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Urgent Hiring

Urgent Hiring

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST CLINICAL INTERNSHIP COORDINATOR

Qualifications:

  • Registered medical technologist in the Philippines
  • At least two (2) years hospital clinical experience

We will receive applications until the vacancy is filled up.  Please send your application letter, CV, transcript of records, diploma, recommendation letter, and certification of church membership to

Human Resource Office
Adventist University of the Philippines
Puting Kahoy, Silang, Cavite
E-mail: hroffice@aup.edu.ph

WE’RE HIRING

WE’RE HIRING

PROGRAMMER/APPLICATION DEVELOPER

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We are looking for a full stack programmer/developer to produce scalable web and other inhouse solutions who will be part of a system development team that is responsible for the systems and application development of the University.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Work with the ICTS Team in developing inhouse programs and solutions
  • Build front-end of applications through appealing visual design
  • Design server-side scripts for the front-end apps
  • Test software to ensure responsiveness and efficiency
  • Troubleshoot, debug and upgrade software
  • Write technical documentation

Qualifications

  • Must have at least 3 years of experience in PHP development platform
  • Must be experienced in using PostgreSQL and MySQL databases
  • Must be experienced in multiple front-end languages and libraries (HTML/ CSS, JavaScript, jQuery)
  • Experienced with JavaScript Frameworks (React, Node.js)
  • Experienced with PHP Frameworks (Laravel, Code Igniter)
  • Knowledge in web servers such as Apache, NginX
  • Knowledge of MS Visual Studio platform development is an advantage
  • Excellent communication and teamwork skills
  • Great attention to detail, organizational skills and an analytical mind
  • Bachelors degree in computer science or information technology
  • Supports the Seventh-day Adventist lifestyle, values, and beliefs.

Interested qualified individuals may send their application letter, together with their CV, transcript of records, degree certificate/diploma, recommendation letters from past employer and or school, certification of church membership, by September 30, 2021 to:

Human Resource Office
Adventist University of the Philippines
Puting Kahoy, Silang, Cavite

E-mail: hroffice@aup.edu.ph

COE Conducts 3rd and 4th CPD Webinars

COE Conducts 3rd and 4th CPD Webinars

In collaboration with the Central Philippine Union Conference (CPUC), AUP College of Education (COE) conducted its 3rd and 4th CPD webinars for teachers this second semester of AY 2020-2021 on May 4 and 5. The two webinars received eight (8) Continuing Professional Development (CPD) units each as awarded by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC). As in the past two virtual seminars, COE professors once again served as resource speakers and facilitators, but this time on the topics “Pedagogy for Flexible Learning in the New Normal Environment” on May 4 and “Assessment Models and Strategies on a Virtual Classroom” on May 5.  A total of 344 participants answered online evaluation forms that included assessment questions on each topic.  Check out the AUP-COE CPD Facebook page for upcoming CPD webinars.

AUP Academy Announces First Virtual Alumni Homecoming

AUP Academy Announces First Virtual Alumni Homecoming

Not even the pandemic can stop AUP Academy from calling on all batches (PUCA/AUPA) and its living alumni, faculty, and principals (1930s-2021) to a grand homecoming. This event will be the first in virtual mode to celebrate its 104th founding anniversary on June 25-27, 2021 via the “Zoom” platform.

To introduce the significant event online, last May 1, young alumni batches led the Sabbath worship services streamed live via Zoom, Facebook live, and Youtube. Batch presidents from 2010-2021 led the Divine Hour of Worship, with Pastor Carmelito “Ging” Galang Jr.  (President, AUPA 1974), delivering God’s message to the alumni.

Older alumni will recall that the first four grand homecomings happened face to face in 1994 and 1995 under the AUPA Alumni Association (AUPAAA) President Dr. Ephraim Dela Cruz (AUPA 1968) and Academy Principal Ceasar F. Idaosos with the faculty. The 3rd and 4th grand alumni homecomings happened in 2008 and 2011, both headed by AUPAAA President Leo Arit (AUPA 1977) and Academy Principal Elmie Lynn V. Lagajino (AUPA 1978) with the faculty.

Themes of all the homecoming celebrations were titles of songs, namely “Bring Back the Feeling,” “Those Were the Days,” “Through the Years,” and “Yesterday once More. “This year’s theme, “Malayo Man, Malapit Din,” is also a song title but for the first time in Filipino, translated in English as “Far apart, yet close at heart.”

Current AUPAAA President Emmanuel “Manny” Dizon (AUPA 1978), along with AUPA Principal Ardel V. Sarmiento, express their warm welcome to all batch presidents and their respective batch members to fill out the alumni tracking form posted online.

Although officially scheduled on June 25-27, different batches from the 1950s to the 2000s prepared a 45-50 minute potpourri of talents and activities spread out daily, online starting May 27, according to program coordinators, Maam Olive Tolentino and Sir Cyril Punay (AUPA 2010).  President Manny further disclosed, “Since it’s going to be virtual and online, perhaps there will be no more excuses not to attend any of the programs?”

Click here to fill-up the AUP ACADEMY ALUMNI TRACKING-PROFILE form.

AUP Faculty Participated in the Geoscience Research Institute Book Project

AUP Faculty Participated in the Geoscience Research Institute Book Project

The Geoscience Research Institute (GRI) of the Seventh-day Adventist Church spearheaded the book project that affirms the biblical accounts and relates them to origins, design, and catastrophe.

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Dr. Orlex B. Yllano of the Department of Biology, College of Science and Technology contributed a chapter in the book “Design and Catastrophe:  51 Scientists Explore Evidence in Nature. This book is a collection of essays on the extensive evidence of design and catastrophe in our world and affirms the biblical teaching of origin. It has 51 chapters grouped into nine interesting parts: In the Beginning, Of Life and Molecules,  A Green World, Filling the Waters and the Air, Let the Earth Bring Forth, In God’s Image, Interdependence and Cooperation, Out of Eden, and Vestiges of Catastrophe. Dr. John T. Baldwin from Andrews University mentioned in his review,  “These essays on earth and life sciences, physics, mathematics and astronomy ably illustrate that Scripture provides a solid platform from which to explore the natural world through scientific research.” This 240-page book was edited by Dr. James L.  Gibson, Dr. Ronny Nalin, and Dr. Humberto M. Rasi.  This book may be utilized as a complementary resource material for life science faculty and students and also intended for general readership. The book is now available for purchase from Andrews University Online Bookstore and Amazon.