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POSITION AND COMPETENCY PROFILE

Department of Education

WEE WYN C. ELNAS

NAME:

ESP I

Position Title
Parenthetical Title
Office Unit
Reports to
Position Supervised

JOB SUMMARY
QUALIFICATION STANDARDS
A. CSC Prescribed Qualifications
Education
Experience
Eligibility
Trainings
B. Preferred Qulaifications
Education
Experience
Eligibility
Trainings

PCP No.

Salary Grade
Effectivity Date
Page/s

Revision Code:

Major Final Outputs (MFOs)


Improved skills in teaching

Improved academic
performance

Established linkage with


the community

KEY RESULT AREAS


A. Teaching-Learning Process

B. Pupil Outcome

C. Community Involvement

OBJECTIVES

Outputs

1. Conducted pre/post test in all


subject areas

Form XIV
ORV/ PHIL-IRI/ SREA/ SREYA

2. Prepared lesson plan with appropriate


instructional materials in all subject
areas

Lesson Plan
IM

3. Facilatated teaching-learning process


using effective and innovative teaching
strategies reflected in the lesson plan and teaching
strategies log.

Lesson Plan
Teaching Strategies Log

4. Maximized alloted time for remedial


activities with focus to children that
needs intervention

Remedial Log Notebook

5. Developed IM's using indigenous


materials and ICT.

indigenous IM's
ICT made IM's

1. Increased NAT MPS by 5% over the previous


year.

NAT Result

2. Institutionalized exposure of NAT review


materials to Grade VI pupils every Friday.

NAT Activities Log Book

3. Created test banks in all subject areas

Test Banks

4. Achieved at least 75% MPS during the


quarterly assessments.

Form XIV

5. Generated Formative & Summative Test


Notebook indicating the skill tested.

Formative Test Notebook


Summative Test Notebook

1. Conducted periodic PTA meetings at least


quarterly.

Attendance
Minutes of the meeting
Action Taken
Attendance
Minutes of the meeting
Action Taken
Certificate

2. Organized Homeroom PTA during the first


quarter of the SY.
3. Inducted HR- PTA Officials.
4. Established linkage with GO & NGO
to support funding of different school
activities.

Adopt-A-School Report
Brigada Eskwela Report

Upgraded professional
qualities

D. Professional Growth &


Instruction

1. Conducted School Based Action Research

Action Research

2. Prepared work plan for the result of the


research undertaken

Work Plan

3. Done at least 4 structured professional


readings

Teachers Reading Log

4. Involved in a professional organizations

Certificate of Membership

5. Attended group studies/ LAC Sessions.

Certificate of Attendance
Job-Embedded Learning

Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form


QUEENIE E. BUTALID

Name of Employee:
Position:
Review Period:

VIRGINIA D TUBIO

Name of Rater:

PSDS

Position:
Date of Review:

Bureau/Center/Service/Division
TO BE FILLED DURING PLANNING

Major Final Outputs (MFOs)

KEY RESULT AREAS


1. INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP

2. LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Queenie E. Butalid

TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION

OBJECTIVES

Outputs

TIMELINE

WEIGHT per KRA

PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS
(Quality, Efficiency,
Timeliness)

1. Provided instructional supervision to all


teaching personnel at least 10 times a month

Observation Notes

Year Round

2. Installed at least 5 school mechanisms/


structure for shared management of
instructional systems

School Committees with


respective duties, responsibilities
& designations

June 2014

3. Required teachers to release cards a week


after each quarterly assessments.

Documentary Evidence

One week after each


periodical tests

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

4. Formulated at least 3 intervention programs


, projects and innovations for learners
development
a. SSWRP
b. Feeding
c. Remedial Classes
d. Reinforcement Classes

Action Plan
Accomplishment Report

July 2014

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

5. Revisited SIIP/ AIP every quarter attended by


SPT and other related stakeholders in the
community.

Minutes of the meeting & Attendance

Quarterly

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

1. Created policy mechanisms to teachers


& pupils code of conduct to maintain safe &
orderly school

Code of Conduct Handbook for


Teachers & Pupils
Copy of Child Protection Policy

June 2014

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

2. Required teachers to utilize differentiated

Teaching Strategies Log

Weekly

5% 5 Outstanding

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5% Scale
5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)
5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

ACTUAL
RESULTS

RATING

SCORE

RPMS-IPCR Form

activities for higher learning

3. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT


& DEVELOPMENT

Queenie E. Butalid

(130% and above)


4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

3. Provide gender-fair oppurtunities for teachers


and learners

GAD Action Plan


GAD Focal Point
GAD Accomplishment Report

August 2014

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

4. Maintained safe and orderly classrooms


free from distrations.

Classroom Monitoring Checklist

Daily

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

5. Initiated and created programs & activities


that promote a stress free environment
a. Film Showing
b. Monthly Themed Activities
c. Sports Activities
d. Spiritual Activities

Accomplishment Report

Year Round

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

1. Allocated timefor personal & professional


development through participation in educational
seminars & workshops at least 3 times year

Certificate of Participation

3 times a year

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

2. Required teaching personnel to do at least


2 educational reading materials

Book Report

Semestral

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

3. Required all teachers to do action research

Action research of teachers

Year Round

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

4. Created a feedback mechanisms/ systems


to improve teaching performance.

Teachers Reflection Notebook


Year Round

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5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
RPMS-IPCR Form

2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

4. PARENTS INVOLVEMENT &


COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP

5. Updated the management information system,


school report card, NCBTS, teachers portfolio
HRIS, LIS & stakeholders profile

MIS
SRC
File 201
LIS Status
Stakeholders Profile
NCBTS Results
HRIS

Quarterly

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

1. Established a school-community partnership


through Adopt-A-School Program

ASP Quarterly Report

June 2014

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

Anytime of the Year

5 Outstanding
5% (130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

2. Participated at least 2 community activities


that promote learning
a. Tree Planting
b. Clean - up Drive

3. Communicated the school events/achievements


thorugh SOSA , Social Media Blasts, General PTA
Assemblies & School Publications

4. Organize an alumni homecoming activities


at least once a year

5. SCHOOL LEADERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONS

Queenie E. Butalid

NGP Report
Communication/ Attendance

SOSA
Attendance with Minutes of the
meeting
School Paper

Year Round

March 2015

Program of Activities

10% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)
5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

1. Compiled an inventory of school resources


a. Human Resources
b. Physical Resources
c. Fiscal Resources

Documentary Evidences

,Semestral

2. Organized a well defined structure/ mechanisms


to manage school resources

Committees with well defined functions

June 2014

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

3. Practiced & Pursued shared instructional leadership


& management functions

Designations

Year round

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)

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10% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

RPMS-IPCR Form

4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)
4. Installed QMS.

Queenie E. Butalid

School QMS System

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June 2014

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

RPMS-IPCR Form

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


1. Supervises and directs all school teaching and non-teaching personnel
2. Manages instructional system
3. Sets goals and objectives
4. Leads and implements educational programs
5. Organizes and conducts INSETs
6. Promotes and coordinates services for the holistic development of school personnel and pupils
7. Directs, coordinates and manages school funds according to prioritized needs
8. Assigns teachers where they best fit to teach (grades, learning areas, special assignments, etc.)
9. Requests and distributes instructional materials
10. Initiates and compiles teachers' professional documents in porfolios
11. Practices equitable distribution of teaching loads and observes teacher-learner ratio
12. Inspects regularly Daily Lesson Logs (DLL)
13. Monitors teachers upkeep of students records
14. Provides EPA compliant accommodation to learners amidst shortages
15. Prepares / consolidates reports
16. Rates all school personnel performance and recommends promotion
17. Creates committee to assess learning outcomes
18. Establishes linkages with stakeholders
19. Ensures compliance to existing laws, policies and orders of fund raising projects for the school
20. Evaluates the school plant, physical facilities fitness, safety and sufficiency with the assistance of the specialists
21. Formulates the intervention programs / innovations for learners development
22. Organizes special classes for learners with special needs
23. Meet parents regularly to confer / inform about school accomplishments
24. Determines the strenghts, weaknesses, opportunities and trheats for the school
25. Designs programs with stakeholders to address school needs
26. Recognizes accomplishments of stakeholders
27. Promotes welfare of stakeholders
28. Mediates and ensures resolution of conflicts in school
29. Formulates school policies with stakeholders
30. Harness participation of alumni and other organizations (NGOs, LGUs, PPP)
31. Promotes school discipline with stakeholders

32. Leads the preparation of SIP / AIP and ensures participation of stakeholders

Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form


QUEENIE E. BUTALID

Name of Employee:

School Principal I

Position:
Review Period:

VIRGINIA D TUBIO

Name of Rater:

PSDS

Position:

Bureau/Center/Service/DivisionDepartment of Education, Dauin District, Bulak Elementary School

Date of Review:

TO BE FILLED DURING PLANNING

Major Final Outputs (MFOs)

KEY RESULT AREAS


1. INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP

TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION

OBJECTIVES

Outputs

2. Manages instructional system

TIMELINE

June- March

PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS
(Quality, Efficiency,
Timeliness)

WEIGHT per KRA

5% Scale

ACTUAL
RESULTS

RATING

SCORE

(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)
5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

2. LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

15%

12. Inspects regularly Daily Lesson Logs (DLL)

June -March

13. Monitors teachers upkeep of students records

Quarterly

21. Formulates the intervention programs / innovations for learners


development

Quarterly

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

14. Provides EPA compliant accommodation to learners amidst


shortages

June-July

2 (130% and above)

5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)
15% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

Queenie E. Butalid

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3. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT


& DEVELOPMENT

Queenie E. Butalid

20. Evaluates the school plant, physical facilities fitness, safety and
sufficiency with the assistance of the specialists

End of every Semester

3% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

22. Organizes special classes for learners with special needs

June

2% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

24. Determines the strenghts, weaknesses, opportunities and trheats


for the school

April-May

3% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

1. Supervises and directs all school teaching and non-teaching


personnel

June-March

3% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

5. Organizes and conducts INSETs

End of Every Semester

3% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

6. Promotes and coordinates services for the holistic development of


school personnel and pupils

June - March

3% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

8. Assigns teachers where they best fit to teach (grades, learning


areas, special assignments, etc.)

June

3% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory

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(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

4. PARENTS INVOLVEMENT &


COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP

Queenie E. Butalid

10. Initiates and compiles teachers' professional documents in


porfolios

March-April

2% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

11. Practices equitable distribution of teaching loads and observes


teacher-learner ratio

June-July

2% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

16. Rates all school personnel performance and recommends


promotion

End of every Semester

2% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

17. Creates committee to assess learning outcomes

June-Juky

2% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

18. Establishes linkages with stakeholders

June-March

2% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

23. Meet parents regularly to confer / inform about school


accomplishments

Quarterly

2% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

25. Designs programs with stakeholders to address school needs

June - March

1% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)

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4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

5. SCHOOL LEADERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONS

Queenie E. Butalid

26. Recognizes accomplishments of stakeholders

Quarterky

1% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

27. Promotes welfare of stakeholders

June- March

1% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

29. Formulates school policies with stakeholders

June- July

1% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

30. Harness participation of alumni and other organizations (NGOs,


LGUs, PPP)

June- March

1% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

31. Promotes school discipline with stakeholders

June-March

1% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

3. Sets goals and objectives

June- July

3% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

4. Leads and implements educational programs

June-March

3% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)

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2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

Queenie E. Butalid

7. Directs, coordinates and manages school funds according to


prioritized needs

June- March

3% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

9. Requests and distributes instructional materials

June- March

2% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

15. Prepares / consolidates reports

June- March

3% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

19. Ensures compliance to existing laws, policies and orders of fund


raising projects for the school

June- March

2% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

28. Mediates and ensures resolution of conflicts in school

June- March

5% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

32. Leads the preparation of SIP / AIP and ensures participation of


stakeholders

June

2% 5 Outstanding
(130% and above)
4 Very Satisfactory
(115% - 129%)
3 Satisfactory
(100% - 114%)
2 Unsatisfactory
(51% - 99%)
1 Poor
(50% or below)

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