- The Philippine Space Agency is hiring for 22 new job positions
- The job vacancies include legal assistants, administrative and human resource management officers, information officers, accountant, a lawyer, budget officer, cashier, records officer, and senior science research specialist
- The PhilSA was signed into law by President Rodrigo Duterte last August 2019 to help the country improve its space science and technology
Interested in space science and technology? Here’s your chance to jumpstart your dream job.
The Philippine Space Agency (PhilSA) is looking at filling in 22 new job vacancies, which include legal assistants, administrative and human resource management officers, and information officers.
The PSA is also looking for an accountant, a lawyer, budget officer, cashier, records officer, and senior science research specialist.
On Facebook, the agency posted the description and qualification for the job vacancies. “We’re looking for more people to join our team,” the post stated.
Interested applicants must submit a letter of intent addressed to the agency’s chief Joel Joseph Marciano, Jr., an updated personal data sheet, scholastic records, certificate of eligibility/license/rating, training certificate, and employment certificates if applicable.
Those interested may only apply via [email protected] until November 29.
Last August 2019, President Rodrigo Duterte signed the law creating the PhilSA. It is the government body dedicated to the improvement of space science and technology. According to the law, its goal is to help make the Philippines a “space-capable and spacefaring nation within the next decade.”
The agency will focus on the development of space technologies that will focus on national security and development; haz
ard management and climate studies; space research and development; space industry capacity building; space education and awareness; and international cooperation.
Earlier, PhilSA announced that it is planning to launch a satellite to provide data, access technology and improve connectivity in the country.