Work @ DLSU

Reference Number: 1617C-076
Position:                 Student Discipline Programs Coordinator
Office:                     Student Discipline Formation Office (SDFO)
Classification:         Academic Service Faculty (ASF)

Date Posted:           25 July 2017

Closing Date:           Open until filled

Salary:                     Confidential


  1. Must be a Master’s degree graduate in Psychology, Student Affairs, Behavioral Science, Law, Organizational Development or other related fields
  2. Must have at least three (3) years of experience in student formation, student affairs practice and research, preferably in a supervisory level
  3. Must have adequate training or equivalent experience in program development, counseling, research, investigation and investigative reporting, and educational management
  4. Must already be equipped with good leadership and interpersonal skills
  5. Must be proficient in oral and written communication, both in English and Filipino

Job Description/Summary

  1. Conceptualizes, develops and implements innovative student discipline formation programs, services, activities and materials for the three (3) SDFO sections;
  2. Reviews and recommends for approval changes in the internal systems, policies and procedures of the three (3) SDFO sections;
  3. Monitors, coordinates and supervises SDFO personnel across the three (3) sections in relation to their student discipline formation programs and formative approaches;
  4. Supervises and coordinates with the DEAPS Head in the conceptualization, development and implementation of formative and training programs for student groups;
  5. Conducts formative case conference and attends to students with discipline-related concerns and their parents;
  6. Facilitates the conflict resolution or meeting of students with discipline-related conflicts and problems;
  7. Spearheads and conducts discipline-related researches as basis for policy education, advocacy, training and program development; and
  8. Develops and facilitates discipline-related activities, orientations and programs for adult stakeholders to promote student discipline formation and policy awareness.

How to Apply: Application letter should be addressed to:

Ms. Christy T. Santiago

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