At least 100 tech­ni­cal staff to over­see midterm elec­tions in Bacolod City

Watchmen Daily Journal - - TOP STORIES - By Do­minique Gabriel G. Bañaga

The Bacolod City Com­mis­sion on Elec­tions (Com­elec) is ex­pected to ac­quire at least 100 tech­ni­cal sup­port staff to over­see this year’s midterm elec­tions on May 13.

Com­elec-Bacolod elec­tions su­per­vi­sor, Atty. Mavil Ma­jaru­con-Sia, said the tech­ni­cal sup­port staff will serve as poll work­ers and would help in op­er­at­ing the PCOS Ma­chine.

Sia said in­di­vid­u­als with ba­sic com­puter knowl­edge can ap­ply at their of­fice.

The Com­elec of­fi­cial also pointed out, there are enough teach­ing staff ex­pected to serve dur­ing the elec­tions.

Teach­ers and tech­ni­cal sup­port staff will re­ceive a P7,000 hon­o­rar­ium, P2,000 of which would be distributed dur­ing the elec­tions; P1,000 in a com­mu­ni­ca­tion al­lowance; P2,000 for trav­el­ing al­lowance; and P2,000 for their train­ing al­lowance./

(Dar­ren Lan­git/Rap­pler photo)

DepEd Sec­re­tary Leonor Bri­ones says uni­formed per­son­nel should first send re­quests to the agency be­fore en­ter­ing school premises.

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