Work @ DLSU

Reference Number: 1617C-070
Position:                 Head, Discipline Education, Advocacy and Programs Section (DEAPS)
Office:                     Student Discipline Formation Office (SDFO)
Classification:         Academic Service Faculty (ASF)

Date Posted:           15 May 2017

Closing Date:          Open Until Filed

Salary:                     Confidential


  1. Must be a Master’s degree holder in Psychology, Counseling, Education or other related fields;
  2. Must have at least five (5) years of experience in student formation or in student affairs practice, preferably in a supervisory level;
  3. Must be proficient in oral and written communication, both in English and Filipino;
  4. Must have adequate training or equivalent experience in program development, counselling, research, investigation and investigative reporting, educational management, or law and must already be equipped with facilitating and processing skills; and
  5. Must be highly motivated, responsible, team player, critical thinker and can work with minimum supervision.

Job Description/Summary

  1. Supervises the day-to-day implementation of all programs, services and activities under the Discipline Education, Advocacy & Programs Section (DEAPS )of SDFO;
  2. Conceptualizes and develops innovative programs, activities, services and materials related to student discipline formation;
  3. Conceptualizes and implements training and formation programs for SDFO student groups (student volunteers and student juries) and other groups performing student discipline formation functions;
  4. Prepares, reviews, revises and enforces SDFO DEAPS’ systems, policies and procedures;
  5. Assists the SDFO Director and Coordinators in the preparation, review and finalization of SDFO’s Operations Plans, Budget Proposals and other administrative reports;
  6. Conducts formative case conference and attends to students with discipline-related concerns and their parents; and
  7. Conducts researches on student discipline as basis for policy, education, advocacy and program development.

How to Apply: Application letter should be addressed to:

Ms. Christy T. Santiago
Student Discipline Formation Office (SDFO)

Send application letter and required documents listed below to, citing the reference number of the vacancy in the subject of the email.

  • Application Letter
  • Detailed Curriculum Vitae including a recent passport-sized photograph