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JOB DESCRIPTIONS

OFFICE POSITIONS RESEARCH FUNCTIONS


 Leads in the development and implementation of
Schools Division Superintendent (SDS) policies, research agenda for the entire schools division.
 Final approval of researches.
 Executes and implements policies, research agenda for
the entire schools division.
Assistant Schools Division Superintendent
 Acts as chairperson for Division Research Review
(ASDS)
Committee or Schools Division Research Committee
(SDRC)
Attorney III
Legal Assistant I
Information Technology Officer I
Office of the Engineer III
Schools
Administrative Officer V (Budget Officer III )
Division
Administrative Assistant I (for Budget)
Superintendent
(OSDS) Accountant III  Work collaboratively in support of the implementation of
Administrative Assistant III (Senior Bookkeeper) research programs, projects and initiatives in their
Administrative Assistant II (Accounting Clerk) respective fields.
Administrative Officer V (Admin)  Conduct research in their respective fields that would
Administrative Aide VI (Admin) improve functions, delivery of services and develop new
Administrative Officer IV (Personnel) innovations and strategies; but not mandatory.
Administrative Aide VI (Personnel)
Administrative Officer IV (Records)
Administrative Officer IV (Cash)
Administrative Aide VI (Cash)
Administrative Officer IV (Property)
Administrative Aide VI (Property
 Provide direction and guide teams in the conduct of
studies and researches and benchmark best curriculum
practices and other research initiatives.
 Review research findings and policy recommendation
Chief Education Supervisor and provide directions in research utilization as well as
research areas to pursue.
 Recommends policies on learning delivery arising from
evaluation studies and researches for adoption in the
region.
 Conduct action research on curriculum
Office of the implementation, needs and issues, appropriate
Curriculum Public Schools District Supervisors (PSDS) interventions for assigned district as well as best
Implementation practices and submit findings and recommendations for
Division (CID) management action and policy formulation.
 Conduct research on Curriculum Localization to widen
the pool of knowledge and application to the region.
 Conduct action research on curriculum
implementation, needs and issues, appropriate
Education Program Supervisor (EPS)
interventions on assigned learning area, as well as best
practices in content delivery and submit findings and
recommendations for management action and policy
formulation.
Education Program Supervisor (LRMDS  Conduct research on the utilization of learning
Manager, QA Coord.) resources to inform LR design, procurement, curriculum
implementation, teaching, learning assessment and
reporting
Education Program Specialist II (Deployed for  Work collaboratively in support of the implementation of
ALS) research programs, projects and initiatives in their
Project Development Officer II (LRMDS) respective fields.
Librarian II (LRMDS Administrator)  Conduct research in their respective fields that would
Administrative Aide VI improve functions, delivery of services and develop new
innovations and strategies; but not mandatory.
SCHOOL Principals and School Heads  Work collaboratively in support of the implementation of
research programs, projects and initiatives in their
respective fields.
 Conduct research in their respective fields that would
improve functions, delivery of services and develop new
innovations and strategies; but not mandatory.
Teachers  Work collaboratively in support of the implementation of
research programs, projects and initiatives in their
respective fields.
 Conduct research in their respective fields (that would
improve teaching and learning, delivery of services
and develop new innovations and strategies; but not
mandatory