Ecozone bares 14 job vacancies PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 24 August 2013 14:28

The Zamboanga City Special Economic Zone Authority (Zambo Ecozone and Freeport) recently announced the vacancy of 14 different positions to be filled up within the year.

In a notice of vacancies posted Aug. 16 on their official website, Zambo Ecozone enumerated the following positions: bookkeeper, records officer, stenographer, budget officer, draftsman, communications equipment operator, attorney, information officer, services officer, information systems analyst, planning officer, research analyst, cashier, and credit officer.

All applicants to said positions must have the required eligibilities (Civil Service 1st or 2nd level), or license to be eligible for screening.

Interested applicants must submit the following: four sets of application letters (indicating the position desired) with the following attachments – CSC eligibility, filled-up Personal Data Sheet (CSC Form 212), credentials and other pertinent documents to support education, training hours, years of experience as per the minimum qualifications set by the Civil Service Commission.

The application must be addressed to The Chairman, Personnel Selection Board, Zamboanga Free Port Authority, San Ramon, Zamboanga City through the PSB Secretariat, Human Resource Management Section, Administrative Division on or before Sept. 3, 2013.

For more information on the educational, training and other requirements of the positions to be applied for, interested parties may log on to

The Zambo Ecozone and Freeport was created through Republic Act 7903 authored by the late Congresswoman Ma. Clara Lobregat. It was enacted on February 23, 1995 and one year later, it was made operational with the appointment of a chairman and administrator and members of the board by former president Fidel Ramos. Zambo Ecozone is a means to attract investors, local and foreign, generate local employment opportunities and encourage the regional dispersal of industries. The law calls for Zambo Ecozone to be “developed into a decentralized, self-reliant and self-sustaining agro-industrial, commercial, financial, investment and tourism center and Freeport with suitable retirement and residential areas”. —FPG/DIS/PIA9-ZBST