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Requirements for First Salary (Regular/Permanent)

Note: All photocopies must be certified true copy from the original.

  1. Voucher
  2. Appointment – with or without approval by Civil Service
  3. Certification of First Day of Service
  4. Assignment Order
  5. Form 48 (DTR) – original
  6. Personal Data Sheet (PDS) – original (Click to Download)
  7. Oath of Office – original + doc. stamp
  8. Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth (SALN) Form
  9. BIR Form 1902 if applying for TIN or Form 2305 if already with TIN duly received by BIR agent
  10. GSIS (Membership Information Sheet) duly received by Remittance section
  11. Plantilla
  12. Transmittal of Appointments to be acted upon by CSC

Note: comply the above requirements to the ff:

1. Voucher – 3 copies
2. Attachments – 2 copies each

Note: For Transferees from other Division:

1. Certificate of Last Payment (CLP)
2. Clearance
3. Appointment

Pertinent Data Needed for Newly-Hired Teachers

  1. Station Code & District:
  2. First Name:
  3. Middle Name (Full):
  4. Last Name:
  5. Date of Birth:
  6. Status:
  7. Sex:
  8. Position:
  9. W/Tax Code:
  10. GSIS Business Partner No.:
  11. TIN:
  12. First Day of Service:
  13. Item no. in Plantila:

Read:

  1. Requirements for Newly-Hired Teachers for Inclusion to Region Payroll
  2. How do I apply for a teacher position?
  3. Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth (SALN) Form
  4. ERF Requirements for Teacher II & III
  5. Requirements Checklist for Reclassification to Master Teacher I/II Position
  6. Requirements Checklist for Head Teacher I, II, III in the Secondary Schools
  7. Requirements Checklist for School Librarian I, II, III

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