President Mallari confers new appointments and promotions  

Date Posted: 06/28/2019

Thirteen faculty and personnel were given appointments and promotions by the TSU administration and had their oathtaking on June 26, 2019 which was presided by TSU President Dr. Myrna Q. Mallari.

Effective May 18, 2019, Architect Ferdinand Valencia, Director of the Facilities Development and Management Office, and Mr. Von Rex Reyes, faculty member of the College of Business and Accountancy and TSU Hotel manager, are now permanent Instructor I.

Ms. Franchete Caingat of the College of Arts and Social Sciences, Engr. Adam Rombaoa of College of Engineering and Technology, and Mr. Ferdinand Silaran of the College of Business and Accountancy were also promoted from temporary to permanent Instructor I which will take effect on August 5, 2019.

Three non-teaching personnel were also promoted namely, Mr. Marlon Dela Cruz, Ms. Leimina Alconcel, and Ms. Amelia Pamposa. Dela Cruz, the Director of the Human Resource Development and Management Office, rose from Administrative Officer IV to Executive Assistant III. Meanwhile, Alconcel was promoted from Administrative Officer IV to Student Records Evaluator III and is assigned at the Admission and Registration Office, while Pamposa moved from Administrative Officer II to Internal Auditor II to be assigned at the Internal Audit Services Office. These promotions are effective on June 13, 2019.

During the same period, five non-teaching personnel were appointed with contractual items. Ms. Haydee Abriam, Ms. Marissa Gante, and Mr. Raymund Patrick Zapanta were appointed as Admin Aide I while Ms. Luzviminda Madrigalejos and Mr. Brodley Casipit are appointed as Admin Aide III.

Mallari encouraged the 13 faculty and personnel to dedicate and better themselves in their service to the university. She advised them to come early and work wholeheartedly since the positions they have now underwent a long process. She asked them to double their effort to prove that they are far more deserving with their reclassified positions.