CONTACT INFORMATION


Public Employment Service Office

  • PESO
  • 4th Floor, Civic Center Building A, City Hall Compound
  • 8988-4242 loc. 8435 to 8437
  • [email protected]
  • https://www.facebook.com/QuezonCityPESO

Office Hours
Monday to Friday            
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

ABOUT US


Description

The Quezon City Public Employment Service Office (PESO) helps residents find jobs. PESO provides jobseekers with employment opportunities, and gives employers and local policy makers information on labor market trends. PESO also helps promote industrial peace and synergizes the worker-employer efforts towards economic development.

Mission

To facilitate equal employment opportunities to the City’s constituents through Job Matching and Coaching, employability enhancement and referrals for livelihood or training, and promotion of industrial peace through tripartism.

Vision

Creating Quezon City as a City that provides reliable and sustainable employment facilitation services that contributes to poverty alleviation and economic development.

Legal Bases

  • Republic Act No. 8759 – PESO Act of 1999 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations;
  • Republic Act No. 10691 S-2015 Amending RA 8759;
  • Republic Act No. 7323 – Special Program For The Employment Of Students;
  • Republic Act No. 108691 –Jobstart Philippines Program;
  • Republic Act No. 11261 – An Act Waiving Government Fees And Charges In Issuance Of Documents Required In The Application Of Employment Of First Time Jobseekers;
  • Republic Act No. 10361 – Domestic Workers Act;
  • Republic Act No. 9208 – Anti-Trafficking In Persons Act;
  •  Republic Act No. 10022 – Amending R.A. 7610 Or The Migrant Workers And Overseas Filipinos Act;
  •  Republic Act No. 9231 – Amending R.A. 7610 Or The Special Protection Of Children Against Child Abuse, Exploitation And Discrimination;
  •  Republic Act No. 7277 – Magna Carta For Persons With Disabilities;
  • Executive Order No. 139 – Government Internship Program;
  • Executive Order No. 139 S-1993 – Kabataan 2000;
  • Executive Order No. 2 S-2012 – Quezon City Council For The Protection Of Children;
  •  Executive Order No. 13 S-2015 – Quezon City Migration And Development Council;
  • City Ordinance No. 2576 – Providing Pre-Employment And Services To Quezon City Labor Force And Job Seekers;
  • City Ordinance No. 2154 S-2012 – Tripartite Industrial Peace Council;
  • City Ordinance No. 1721 S- 2006 – City Child Labor Law;
  • City Ordinance No.  1472 S-2004 – Massive Registration Of Kasambahay;
  • City Ordinance No. 2500 S-2016 – City Migrants Resource Center;
  • City Ordinance No. 9208 S- 2012 – Overseas Filipino Reintegration Section;
  • City Ordinance No. 1853 S-2008 – Quezon City Outstanding Overseas Filipinos;
  •  Resolution No. 4266 S-2008 – Urging Business Sector To Be A Member Of QCTIPC.

Service Pledge:

To provide quality service to Quezon City workers, employers, and residents by implementing reliable and sustainable employment facilitation services and thus contribute to poverty alleviation and the economic development of the City. 

Services


  1. Employment Facilitation
    Prepare and issue the service records of former and incumbent barangay officials and SK officials as well as certification/authentication of clearances and certifications issued by various barangays.

The Employment Facilitation program provides services to Quezon City and non-Quezon City residents with employment opportunities through job matching and referrals.

Requirement:

Resume/ Bio Data

Steps:

  1. Online Job Registration Applicant/s will register by sending their applications to Quezon City Public Employment Service Office’s e-mail address: [email protected].
  1. Walk-in Applicants Applicant/s will register using the computer provided by QCPESO.

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2. Employer’s Accreditation

The Employer’s Accreditation program conducts certification of employers or companies that offer job and training opportunities.

Requirements:

For QC EmployersFor Non-QC Employers
1. Updated Business Permit
Company profile
2. DOLE license for local manpower recruitment agencies and POEA license for overseas manpower recruitment agencies.
3. Present available Job vacancies including qualifications and number of vacancies
4. Photo copy of registration to DOLE PhilJobnet (https://www.philjobnet.gov.ph)
1. Updated Business Permit
2. Company profile
3. SEC/DTI/CDA Registration
BIR Registration
4. DOLE license for local manpower recruitment agencies and POEA license for overseas manpower recruitment agencies.
5. Present available Job vacancies including qualifications and number of vacancies
6. Photo copy of registration to DOLE PhilJobnet (https://www.philjobnet.gov.ph)

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PROGRAMS


Job Matching and Referral  

  •  Employment
  • Training
  • Livelihood

Career Guidance and Employment Coaching

  • Conduct pre-employment coaching, including values development and enhancement of work ethics to prospective local and overseas jobseekers.
  • Administer/conduct talent/skills assessment for jobseekers.
  • Undertake employability enhancement training or seminars for jobseekers as well as those who are intending to change careers or enhance their employability.

Youth Employment Generation Program

  1. Special Program for the Employment of Students and Out-of-School Youth (SPES)

An employment-bridging program that aims to provide temporary employment to disadvantaged youth to augment their family’s income and help ensure that beneficiaries are able to pursue their education and provide students with experience while earning income. The target groups of this program include poor students, out-of- school youth, and dependents of displaced or would-be displaced workers.

Qualifications:

  • Students or out-of-school youth (OSY) at least 15 but not more than 30 years of age.
  • Enrolled during the present school year/term or during the school year/term
  • School dropout who intends to continue his education:
  • Combined net income after tax of parents, including his/her own, if any, does not exceed the regional poverty threshold set by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)
  • Garnered a passing grade during the school year/term referred to above or in case of OSY, the last year/term attended.
  • Parent has been displaced due to business closure or work stoppage.

Requirements:

FOR STUDENTS

  1. QC ID or any valid government-issued ID
  2. 3 original copies of Bio Data with picture
  3. DOLE SPES Application Form
  4. 1 original and 1 photocopy of PSA Birth Certificate or Baptismal Certificate
  5. 1 photocopy of latest school grade for High School Students/Graduates (Form 137 or 138).
  6. 1 photocopy of latest school grades for College Students (School Grades)
  7. 1 photocopy of latest School Registration / Certificate of Enrollment
  8. 1 original Copy of Certificate of Indigency (signed by the Barangay Captain)
  9. 1 original and 1 photocopy of BIR Certificate of Tax Exemption or Income Tax Return (ITR) (for students whose parents are currently employed or working)
  10. 1 notarized copy of Affidavit of Support (for students whose tuition fees are paid by individuals other than their parents)

FOR OUT-OF-SCHOOL YOUTH (OSY)

  1. QC ID or any valid government-issued ID
  2. 3 original copies of Bio Data with picture
  3. DOLE SPES Application Form
  4. 1 original and 1 photocopy of PSA Birth Certificate or Baptismal Certificate
  5. 1 photocopy of latest school grade for High School Students/Graduates (Form 137 o 138).
  6. 1 photocopy of latest school grade for College Students (School Grades).
  7. 1 original Copy of Certificate of Indigency (Signed by the Brgy. Captain)
  8. 1 original Copy of Certificate of Good Moral Character and Out of School Youth (OSY) from Barangay (Signed by the Barangay Captain)
  9. 1 original and 1 photocopy of BIR Certificate of Tax Exemption or Income Tax Return (ITR) (for OSY whose parents are currently employed or working)
  10. Salaysay (Personal Narrative) stating the cause of dropping out from school

2. Government Internship Program (GIP)

A component of KABATAAN 2000 under Executive Order (EO) no. 139 s. 1993, and DOLE Administrative Order No. 260-15, which aims to provide opportunities and engage young workers to serve the general public in government agencies/entities projects and programs at the national and local level.

Qualifications:

– Individuals aged 18-30 years old

–   At least a graduate of High School/Senior High, or its equivalent level under the Alternative Learning System, or Technical-Vocational Graduate;

–     Without work experience except those identified under Section 2 (d) and (e) of DOLE Department Order No. 204-19.

–    Individuals up to 35 years old may be accommodated as beneficiaries under exceptional circumstances, specifically in areas that are hardly-hit or stricken by disasters and natural calamities, such as typhoons, earthquakes, and the like, including those man-made calamities.

  Requirements:

  1. QC ID or any valid government-issued ID
  2. 1 original and 1 photocopy of PSA Birth Certificate or Baptismal Certificate or any document or ID showing proof of age
  3. Any document that will show proof that she/he graduated from High School/Senior High School or its equivalent level under the Alternative Learning System, or the Technical-Vocational course
  4. Original copies of Bio Data with picture
  5. GIP Application Form

3.  JobStart Philippines Program

JobStart enhances employability of youth by reducing their job-search period and increasing their employability through training (life skills and technical skills required by industries), paid internship and full-cycle employment facilitation services. The program is also designed to increase the capacity of the Public Employment Service Office (PESOs) in providing full cycle employment facilitation services.

Qualifications:

  •  Filipino Citizen
  • 18-24 years old
  • Reached at least High School level
  • 0-12 months work experience
  • Currently not employed, not enrolled in school, or in training
  • Actively looking for work

First Time Jobseekers/City Ordinance No. SP-2576 s. 2017 Providing Pre-Employment Financial Aid and Services to Quezon City labor force and job seekers

First Time Jobseekers” is defined as “a Filipino citizen, who is actively seeking employment, locally or abroad, for the first time, as certified by the barangay of which he/she is a resident”

Pre-Employment Financial Aid and Services provides free pre-employment requirements to qualified Quezon City residents who were hired for the first time, limited to Occupational/Mayor’s Permit, City Health Permit, Birth Certificate and Police Clearance.

Qualifications:

  • First time jobseeker
  •  Must be a resident of Quezon City and resident of the Barangay issuing the barangay certification for at least 6 months

 Requirements:

  •  Resume/Biodata
  •  Checklist of pre-employment requirements from the hiring employer.  
  • Certificate from the Barangay that the jobseeker is a qualified beneficiary of RA 11261 or the First Time Jobseeker Act of 2009

Tulong Panghanapbuhay para sa Ating  Disadvantaged Workers (TUPAD) 

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) is tasked to provide emergency employment assistance through the TUPAD which shall provide short-term wage employment as an immediate source of income to be marginalized/disadvantaged beneficiaries within the employment period.

 Tulong Alalay sa may Kapansanan (TULAY)

A special employment program for persons with disabilities (PWDs), as mandated by Republic Act No. 7277, the Magna Carta for Disabled Persons, this program provides tax incentives for participating employers

Requirements from Participant/Beneficiary PWDs:

  • Must meet the required skills and qualifications for the position

Requirements from Private Employers:

  • DOLE certification that qualified PWDs are under their employ during the taxable year, stating the full name, status, address and Taxpayer
  • Identification Number (TIN) of each such employee
  • DOLE and DOH certifications as to the disability, skills and qualifications of the PWDs employed
  • Evidence of actual payment of salaries or wages, deductions, and withholding taxes of the employed PWDs

DOLE Integrated Livelihood Program (DILP)

Also called KABUHAYAN, this is a grant assistance program for capacity-building on livelihood for the working poor, vulnerable and marginalized workers, either for individual or group livelihood projects/undertakings, with the following components:

  • KABUHAYAN Formation enables the poor, vulnerable, and marginalized workers in the informal and formal economies to start individual or group livelihood undertakings
  •  KABUHAYAN Enhancement enables existing livelihood undertakings to grow into viable and sustainable businesses that provide income at least at par with those of the minimum wage earners
  • KABUHAYAN Restoration enables the re-establishment of lost or damaged livelihoods due to occurrence of natural disasters/calamities.

Workers Hiring in Infrastructure Projects (WHIP)

Mandates all business establishments and contractor for government funded infrastructure projects to strictly comply to mandatory hiring of at least fifty percent (50%) of the unskilled and at least thirty percent (30%) skilled labor requirements from the bonafide residents of Quezon City”.

Migration Services Division

•         OFW Help Desk

This assistance serves as an information hub for OFWs and their relatives to address their concerns or inquiries on all aspects of overseas employment. The Help Desk provides prompt assistance through referral and linkage to national government agencies addressing complaints, legal issues, and appropriate intervention from specific institutions.

•         OFW Family Circles Membership

This is a community organizing program for Overseas Filipino Workers and their families within different barangays in Quezon City which provides reintegration programs such as community-based income generating projects, livelihood and skills training, and financial management.

•         Anti-Illegal Recruitment /Trafficking in Person Orientation

  AIR/TIP is an information campaign strategy in partnership with POEA that aims to intensify the fight against illegal recruiters and traffickers. The one-day training covers applicable laws, rules and regulations, modus operandi and situationers on illegal recruitment and trafficking.

•         Psycho-social First Aid Support

An immediate service provided to distressed OFWs in partnership with UP Pahinungod. These services include providing psycho-social first aid to distressed OFWs to further assess the situation and provide relief and recommendations.

•         Balik Pinas, Balik Hanapbuhay (BPBH)

BPBH is a livelihood assistance program funded by OWWA through cash assistance of P20,000 (maximum). The program aims to provide business startup capital for distressed and repatriated OFWs provided they present a viable business plan subject for OWWA approval.

•         Welcome Home Ka-QC

This is a localized version of the Uwian Na Program of OWWA that provides transportation assistance for repatriated OFW residing in Quezon City that were affected by the pandemic. The program provides free door to door transportation assistance to OFWs with medial certificates from pick up point to their respective homes in Quezon City.

Special Project Division

•         Child Labor Program

Formed to help the child laborers and their families to access social protection, including education, child protection and decent work.  The following are the activities for the said program: Distribution of schools supplies, Lakbay Aral, Capacity Building Seminar, Orientation on Child Labor “RA 9231/Child Labor Free Barangay”, ALS Orientation, and Registration of Learners.

•         Kasambahay Program

This program aims to protect the rights of Kasambahay and Domestic Workers and promote their welfare.  This includes Kasambahay Registration, the City Government’s initiative to assists and empower the kasambahays as well as to determine the menu of direct services, health/social security coverage, and education opportunities that may be available to them.

•         Call Center Training

A regular program of the City providing 160 hours of free training to economically disadvantaged constituents to enhance the skills for employment in the Information Technology Business Process Management (IT-BPM) Industry.

Qualifications: 

  • Resident of Quezon City
  • At least 18 years old
  •  At least Junior High School Graduate

Requirements:

  •  Updated resume/ biodata with latest 2×2 picture
  • Birth certificate
  • HS diploma/ Transcript of records
  •  Valid Government-issued ID/ QCitizen ID
  • Accomplished Call Center Form with Undertaking
  • 2×2 picture

 

 Guides


Regular Employment Facilitation Program

The Employment Facilitation Program provides jobseekers with employment opportunities and help find jobs through job matching and referrals with partner companies.

Requirements:

  • Resume or Bio Data
  • PESO Application Form (for new applicants)

How to apply:

  1. Download and fill in the Employment Application Form from https://quezoncity.gov.ph/departments/public-employment-service-office/ or get a copy from the PESO office before you submit other needed documents.
  2. Go to PESO office and submit your Resume/Bio-Data and the accomplished PESO Application Form to Window 1.
  3. Wait for your name to be called at Window 2 for Validation and Job Matching.
  4. Wait for your name to be called at Window 3 for the releasing of your Referral Form.
  5. Proceed to the Employer as indicated in the Referral Form.

First Time Jobseekers/ Pre-Employment Financial Aid and Services for Quezon City Labor Force and Job Seekers

Provides free pre-employment requirements to qualified Quezon City residents

  1. Occupational/Mayor’s Permit
  2. City Health Permit
  3. Birth Certificate issued by the City Civil Registry
  4. Police Clearance

Qualifications:       

  1. First time jobseeker
  2. Must be a resident of Quezon City and resident of the Barangay issuing the barangay certification for at least six (6) months

Requirements:

1.      Resume or Biodata

2.      PESO Application Form for First Time Jobseekers/ Pre-Employment Financial Aid

3.      Checklist of pre-employment requirements from the hiring employer

4.      Certification from the Barangay that the jobseeker is qualified beneficiary of the RA 11261 or the First Time Jobseeker Act of 2009

Process:

1.      Download and fill-up the First Time Job Seeker Application Form https://quezoncity.gov.ph/departments/public-employment-service-office/ or fill-up this form upon submission of requirements at PESO Office.

2.      Proceed to PESO Office and submit necessary requirements at Window 1.

3.      Wait for your name to be called at Window 1 for the releasing of Pre-Employment Financial Aid Program Certificate.

4.      Proceed to other City Offices and present the Pre-Employment Financial Aid Program Certificate for the issuance of needed pre-employment requirements.

Quezon City Welfare and Reintegration Assistance for OFWs and Families Program (QC-WRAP)

Provides the following assistance for OFWs and their families:

1.      Assist and facilitate OFW’s request for repatriation

2.      Assist in availing the programs and services of OWWA and other National Government Agencies

3.      Livelihood and Skills Training

4.      Employment Facilitation for local and overseas

Requirements:

For Overseas Filipino Worker

Present any of the following:

  1. Overseas Employment Contract from the Recruitment Agency 
  2. Overseas Employment Certificate from POEA
  3. Working Visa indicated in the Passport

For OFW family members

Present any proof of relationship to the OFW:

  1. Photocopy of Marriage Contract (for spouse)
  2. Photocopy of Birth Certificate (for children)
  3. Photocopy of Birth Certificate of OFW (for parents)

Process:

  1. Download the Request for OFW Assistance Form at https://quezoncity.gov.ph/departments/public-employment-service-office/ or fill in this form upon submission of requirements at PESO Office.
  2. Proceed to PESO Office and present necessary documents at Window 5.
  3. Wait for your name to be called at Window 5 for the assessment, interview and endorsement for programs/services and key agencies.

 Kasambahay Registration

Kasambahay Registration is the City Government’s initiative to empower the Domestic Workers Sector and to determine the menu of direct services, health/social security coverage and education opportunities.

Requirements:

  1. Kasambahay Registration Form signed by the Employer
  2.  Photocopy of Employer’s Government-issued ID

Process:

  1. Download the Kasambahay Registration Form at https://quezoncity.gov.ph/departments/public-employment-service-office/
  2. Proceed to PESO Office and submit necessary requirements at Window 5.
  3. Wait for your name to be called at Window 5 for the interview and validation.

 Special Program for the Employment of Students and Out-of-School Youth (SPES)

This is employment-bridging program provides temporary employment to disadvantaged youth to augment their family’s income and help beneficiaries to pursue their education and provide students with experience while earning income. The program benefits poor students, out-of- school youth, and dependents of displaced workers.

Qualifications:

  • Students or out-of-school youth (OSY) at least 15 but not more than 30 years of age.
  • Enrolled during the present school year/term or during the school year/term
  • School dropout who intends to continue his education
  • Combined net income after tax of parents, including his/her own, if any, does not exceed the regional poverty threshold set by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) or the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA).
  • Garnered a passing grade during the school year/term referred to above or in case of OSY, the last year/term attended.
  • His/her parent has been displaced due to business closure or work stoppage. 

Requirements:

For Students

  1. QC ID or any government-issued ID
  2. 3 sets of Bio Data with picture (Original Copy)
  3. DOLE SPES Application Form
  4. 1 original  and 1 photocopy of  PSA Birth Certificate or Baptismal Certificate
  5. Photocopy of latest school grade for High School Students/Graduates (Form 137 o 138).
  6. Photocopy of latest school grades for College Students (School Grades).
  7. Photocopy of latest School Registration / Certificate of Enrollment
  8. Original Copy of Certificate of Indigency (Signed by the Brgy. Captain)
  9. Original and Photocopy of BIR Certificate of Tax Exemption o Income Tax Return (ITR) for students whose parents are currently employed or working.
  10. Notarized copy of Affidavit of Support (for students whose tuition fees are paid by individuals other than their parents)

For Out-Of-School Youth (OSY):

  1. QC ID or any government-issued ID
  2. 3 sets of Bio Data with picture (Original Copy)
  3. DOLE SPES Application Form
  4. 1 original  and 1 photocopy of  PSA Birth Certificate or Baptismal Certificate
  5. Photocopy of latest school grade for High School Students/Graduates (Form 137 o 138).
  6. Photocopy of latest school grade for College Students (School Grades).
  7.  Original Copy of Certificate of Indigency (Signed by the Brgy. Captain)
  8. Original Copy of Certificate of Good Moral Character and Out of School Youth (OSY) from Barangay (Signed by the Brgy. Captain)
  9. Original and Photocopy of BIR Certificate of Tax Exemption o Income Tax Return (ITR) for OSY whose parents are currently employed or working.
  10. Salaysay (Personal Narrative) stating the cause of dropping out from school.

How to apply:

  1. Watch out for the PESO announcement about the date and process for application, which will be posted in the PESO bulletin board or the Official FB page.
  2. Download and fill in the SPES Application Form from https://quezoncity.gov.ph/departments/public-employment-service-office/.
  3. Wait for the call or text message from PESO about the orientation schedule and submission of documents.
  4. Wait for the call or text message from PESO of your acceptance to the program.

Government Internship Program (GIP)       

A component of KABATAAN 2000 under Executive Order (EO) no. 139 s. 1993, and DOLE Administrative Order No. 260-15, GIP aims to provide opportunities and engage young workers to serve general public in government agencies/entities projects and programs at the national and local level.

Qualifications:

  1. Resident of Quezon City
  2. Individuals aged 18 to 30 years old
  3. At least a graduate of High School/Senior High, or its equivalent level under the Alternative Learning System, or graduate of Technical-Vocational;
  4. With or without work experience
  5. Individuals up to 35 years old may be accommodated as beneficiaries under exceptional circumstances, specifically in areas that are hardly-hit or stricken by disasters and natural calamities, such as typhoon, earthquake, and the like, including those man-made calamities.     

Requirements:

  1. QC ID or any government-issued ID
  2. 1 original  and 1 photocopy of  PSA Birth Certificate or Baptismal Certificate or any document or ID showing proof of age
  3. Any document that will show proof that she/he graduated from High School/Senior High School or its equivalent level under the Alternative Learning System, or the Technical-Vocational course.
  4. Four (4) sets of Bio Data with picture (Original Copy)
  5. GIP Application Form

Process:

  1. Watch out for the PESO announcement about the date and process for application, which will be posted in the PESO bulletin board or the Official FB page.
  2. Download and fill in the GIP Application Form from https://quezoncity.gov.ph/departments/public-employment-service-office/.
  3. Wait for the call or text message from PESO about the orientation schedule and submission of documents.
  4. Wait for the call or text message from PESO of your acceptance to the program.

QC Emergency Employment (EEP) 

The Quezon City Emergency Employment Program (EEP) is a calamity quick-

response measure envisioned to address and mitigate the adverse effects of natural

and man-made calamities on the lives of the constituents of the City, particularly the

working people.

Qualification:

  • Resident of Quezon City 

Requirements:

  1. QC ID or any government-issued ID with the applicant’s address
  2. Application Form with picture
  3. Four (4) sets of Bio Data/ Resume
  4. Letter of intent

How to Apply:

  1. Watch out for the PESO announcement about the date and process for application, which will be posted in the PESO bulletin board or the Official FB page.
  2. Download and fill in the Emergency Employment Application Form from https://quezoncity.gov.ph/departments/public-employment-service-office/.
  3. Wait for the call or text message from PESO about the orientation schedule and submission of documents.
  4. Wait for the call or text message from PESO of your acceptance to the program.

Tulong Panghanapbuhay para sa Ating Disadvantaged Workers (TUPAD)

A program of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), TUPAD provides emergency employment assistance by providing short-term wage employment as an immediate source of income to marginalized/disadvantaged beneficiaries within an employment period.

Qualifications:

  • Resident of Quezon City
  • Individuals aged 18-64 years old
  • Displaced worker or calamity victim

Requirements:

  1. QC ID or any government-issued ID with the applicant‘s address
  2. Photocopy of any document or ID that will show proof of age
  3. DOLE Beneficiary Form

How to Apply:

  1. Watch out for the PESO announcement about the date and process for application, which will be posted in the PESO bulletin board or the Official FB page.
  2.  Download and fill in the DOLE Beneficiary Form from https://quezoncity.gov.ph/departments/public-employment-service-office/.
  3. Wait for the call or text message from PESO about the orientation schedule and submission of documents.
  4. Wait for the call or text message from PESO of your acceptance to the program.

Department Directory


Mr. Rogelio L. Reyes, MCD
City Government Department Head III | Peso Manager
 988-42-42 loc. 8435
[email protected]

Divisions/Sections

Divisions Officer NameOffice AddressContact Information
Public Employment DivisionMr. Joe Alex G. Macabulos, MPA
Assistant Head for Public Employment and Labor Market Information Systems and Labor Relations and Standards Division
City Government Assistant Department head III
4th Floor, Civic Center Building A, City Hall Compound898842-42 loc. 8436/ 8437
[email protected]
Migration Services DivisionMs. Djohanna Delia G. Ravelo
Assistant Head for Migration Services and Special Projects
4th Floor, Civic Center Building A, City Hall Compound898842-42 loc. 8436/8439
[email protected]
Special Program DivisionMr. Briggs Dionisio C. Navarra
Officer in Charge 
Special Program Division
4th Floor, Civic Center Building A, City Hall Compound898842-42 loc. 8436/ 8439
[email protected]
Labor Market Information System DivisionMaria Teresa A. Guardiano
Officer in Charge
Labor Market Information
Systems Division
4th Floor, Civic Center Building A, City Hall Compound898842-42 loc.8439
[email protected]
Labor Relations And Standards DivisionAtty. Edmundo R. Bacatan
Division Chief
Labor Relations and Standards Division
4th Floor, Civic Center Building A, City Hall Compound898842-42 loc.8436/8437/8439
[email protected]
Administrative StaffLeyra F. Velasco
Admin Support  Head
4th Floor, Civic Center Building A, City Hall Compound898842-42 loc.8436/8437/8439
[email protected]

Spotlight 


EMPLOYMENT FACILITATION PROGRAM 
DOLE-NCR joinED the Quezon City Public Employment Service Office (QC PESO) on its “Online Internship Program” held January 20, 2022, as part of its employment facilitation program and capacity building efforts in the midst of the pandemic.
EMPLOYMENT FACILITATION PROGRAM
The PESO Employment Division has partnered with private companies to provide employment to job seekers who flocked to the PESO office to submit their job applications with representatives of the employers.
2021 OFW MONTH CELEBRATION
The PESO Migrant Services Division held the 2021 OFW Month Celebration in December 2021, capping the year with the awarding of Balik-Pinas Balik-Hanapbuhay & Tulong-Puso Beneficiaries, awarding of Certificates of DOLE-registered accredited co-partner-OFW Family Circle Chapters, and THE distribution of Pamaskong Handog grocery bags to OFW families.
UWIAN NA PROGRAM
QC PESO, through its Migrant Services Division, provides shuttle assistance services to returning OFWs or migrant workers who are residents of the city. During the pandemic, the program has assisted more than 1,313 returning OFWs who are QCitizens.
EMERGENCY EMPLOYMENT/ URBAN FARMING
QC PESO implements emergency employment program through the city’s urban agriculture initiative to provide livelihood and sustainable food supply for poor families, especially during the pandemic.
DISPLACED BUS DRIVERS
The City Government, through QC PESO, helped drivers who lost their jobs during the pandemic, by employing them as drivers in the city Q Bus Libreng Sakay Program, transporting frontliners as well as commuters during the height of the pandemic.

Downloadable Forms


Employment Application Form

Kasambahay Registration Form 

Emergency Employment Application Form

First Time Job Seeker Application Form

GIP Application Form

TUPAD Beneficiary Profile

Emergency EmploymentLetter of Intent 

SPES Application Form

Resources


QC-PESO SERVICES 2020
PESO CITIZEN'S CHARTER 2021

Last updated on March 31st, 2022