Careers at Westmead

Carrers at Westmead
Civil Engineer Faculty (Full time or Part time) College of Engineering May 18, 2016Open until filled
Electrical Engineer Faculty (Full time or Part time) College of Engineering May 18, 2016Open until filled
Electronics Engineer Faculty (Full time or Part time) College of Engineering May 18, 2016Open until filled
Real Estate Appraiser Faculty (Full time or Part time) School of Economics Business and Accountacy May 18, 2016Open until filled
Certified Public Accountant Faculty (Full time or Part time) School of Economics Business and Accountacy May 18, 2016Open until filled
Filipino Major Faculty (Full time or Part time) College of Arts and Sciences May 18, 2016Open until filled
English Major Faculty (Full time or Part time) College of Arts and Sciences May 18, 2016Open until filled
Foreign Language Teacher (Nihonggo) Faculty (Full time or Part time) College of Arts and Sciences May 18, 2016Open until filled
Foreign Language Teacher (Mandarin) Faculty (Full time or Part time) College of Arts and Sciences May 18, 2016Open until filled
Guidance Councelor Academic Non-Teaching staff Guidance and Counseling ServicesMay 18, 2016Open until filled
Librarian Academic Non-Teaching staff Library ServicesMay 18, 2016Open until filled
Computer Technician Non-Academic staff Information Technology ServicesMay 18, 2016Open until filled
Science Laboratory Technician Non-Academic staff College of EngineeringMay 18, 2016Open until filled
Electrician Non-Academic staff MaintenanceMay 18, 2016Open until filled
Driver Non-Academic staff MaintenanceMay 18, 2016Open until filled
Carpenter Non-Academic staff MaintenanceMay 18, 2016Open until filled
Skilled LaborNon-Academic staff MaintenanceMay 18, 2016Open until filled

How to Apply?

Application Letter should be  addressed to:

Dr. Marites Manlongat
Director Human Resource Department

Send application letter and required documents listed below to citing

the position applied for in the subject of the email

Required Documents

•  Application Letter

•  Detailed Curriculum Vitae including a recent passport-sized photograph


Abad and Fallarme are TOP Graduates of Batch 2016

The Westmead Academic Council in it’s deliberations held last March 15, 2016 declared Mr. Jeffrey Abad, BS Secondary Education, and Mr. Bryan Blair Fallarme, BS Accountacy, as TOP GRADUATES OF BATCH 2016

In the Recognition held last March 22,2016, Mr. Abad delivered a very heart warming valedictory speech, which made some of those present in tearful if not teary-eyed.




He Extended his Gratitude to his Parents and Grandparents as well as to his teachers,mentors,friends and Alma Mater. He mentioned that he would not have achieved said recognition if not for all those people who have served as inspiration for him to always do his best and to strive for excellence at all times.

Two Cum Laude for Batch 2015

The result of deliberations by the Academic Council held last March 13, 2015 declared Ms. Kristine Landicho, BS Customs Administration, and Mr. Russel John Magsino, BS Business Administration Major in Business Economics, as this year’s top graduates, with Ms. Landicho giving the valedictory speech during Westmead’s Recognition Program held last March 17, 2015. Ms. Kristine Landicho mentioned her gratitude to her parents, friends and Alma Mater in her speech which touched the graduating batch, probably echoing their own sentiments.

Various graduating students also received awards for leadership, active participation in sports and cultural activities, and even special citations for students who shared their time and effort for the school beyond necessary. The most outstanding leader award was given to Mr. Augustus Cesar Dalisay, BS Mechanical Engineering, who is also this year’s student council president.


Junior BS Accountancy Bryan Blair Fallarme: PRISAA National Delegate for Chess

Bryan Blair Fallarme did it again!!! In the Regional Private Schools Athletic Association (PRISAA) held at Sienna College in Taytay, Rizal, he won the gold medal in the Men Chess Board 1 Category beating players from the whole of CALABARZON and brought pride to his alma mater.

Fallarme has won the gold medal in the Regional PRISAA for the third consecutive time. Prof. Ryan Aledo, Director for Sports & Cultural Development, comments that Blair has truly become a force to be reckoned with when it comes to chess. “I admire his wit and focus when he faces his opponents. Talagang magaling! Sigurado akong mas gagaling pa siya,” Prof. Aledo adds.

Fallarme has been quoted in the past to say that for him, chess has so many advantages and can be used to improve one’s personality, lateral capacity and math skills. He started playing the game at the age of four and began joining competitions at the age of seven.

He will go on to represent CALABARZON, and of course Westmead, in the National PRISAA to be held in Iloilo province. Your Westmead family is very proud of you, Blair! Good luck in the Nationals!

Kristine Joi E. Landicho, Westmead Batch 2015 Cum Laude awarded as one of the Top 10 Most Outstanding Customs Administration Students of the Philippines

The Philippine Society of Customs Administration Students (PSCAS) – Westmead International School Chapter joined customs administration students coming from different colleges and universities all over the Philippines in the 6th PSCAS National Convention held at the Philippine Trade Training Center, Roxas Boulevard, Manila last February 27, 2015.

With the theme, “PSCAS: Strengthening Towards ASEAN Integration”, this nationwide event aims to instill knowledge and facilitate camaraderie among all customs administration students as they prepare themselves for the much-talked about ASEAN Integration this 2015. To better explain the impact of said integration to the field of customs administration, several resource speakers shared their valuable knowledge and experiences about the issue. Included in the list is Dr. Arnold Ditan, Chairman of the Philippine Regulatory Board for Customs Brokers, who discussed the ethics for customs brokers profession.

Right after the informative lectures, the awarding ceremony for the Search for the Most Outstanding Customs Administration Students of the Philippines was held. Fortunately, Westmead’s very own Ms. Kristine Joi E. Landicho was ranked top 10 in the said search, which made the Westmead delegates roared in excitement, happiness, and pride.

Westmead prides itself for 100% passing on the 2014 Criminologist Licensure Exam

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced that 12,245 out of 28,187 passed the Criminologist Licensure Examination given by the Board of Criminology in the Cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, Lucena, Pagadian, Pangasinan, Tacloban, Tuguegarao and Zamboanga last October 2014.

With much pride, the first batch of BS Criminology graduates that Westmead has produced passed said examination and achieved their goals of becoming licensed Criminologists. Rechelle S. Bolea, Winnie Liza Casao, Benjie C. Dela Cruz, Jerome A. Festijo, Patrick Dennis Garcia and Jean Rose D. Perez could not contain their happiness when the results finally came out. They have made themselves, their families and their alma mater extremely proud of their achievement. Indeed, all their sacrifices, hard work and perseverance have paid off.

Westmead Hosts USCAA 18th Season

After months of anticipation, practices and hardwork, Westmead International School delivered an opening ceremony to remember for years to come. Thirteen (13) USCAA member schools  and two (2) guest schools joined this year’s season, represented by their athletes, muses, dancers and performers. Indeed, USCAA’s coming of age was welcomed with a bang!

Those who were fortunate to watch this much-awaited event were treated to a magnificent opening number by the WIS Dance Company. The performance was high-lighted by at least five (5) costume changes and a dancer hanging from a pole! Definitely,  a breath-taking performance by the WIS Dance Company.

The whole Westmead Family  were inundated by praises from the different schools, colleges and universities’ leaders who know how difficult it is to host the USCAA Opening Ceremonies.

Indeed, every Westmeadian  was in Cloud 9 which was further capped with the Westmead Basketball Team winning the first game against Colegio ng Lungsod ng Batangas.

Overall, August 20, 2014 would be a milestone in Westmead history. Our hearts were over-flowing with school pride long after everyone left the Coliseum. CONGRATULATIONS! Fly High WESTMEAD!


Westmead’s Graduation Ceremony 2014

Westmead’s Graduation Ceremony 2014

     School year 2013-2014 was a year of glorious triumph and tremendous challenges for the Westmead International School academic community. This year culminates with Ms. Geneve V. Pesigan graduating Cum Laude for Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Mathematics. She was joined by the outstanding students from various programs namely: IvyLallaine C. Ragadio (AB Communication Arts), Maila M. De Castro (Bachelor of Elementary Education), Laika Minaliza A. Bitang (BS Information Technology), Sarah Jane A. Bituin (BS Accountancy), Mc Lexter A. Calales (BS Mechanical Engineering), Mariel D. De Chavez (BS Business Administration), and Kristia Olive D. Manalo (BS Tourism Management). The Senator Loren Legarda Leadership award was given to BS Customs Administration outstanding graduate Joyciel H. Malibiran. On the other hand, cum laude graduate, Geneve V. Pesigan, received the Senator Aquilino Pimentel III Excellence Award. The outstanding graduates is joined by more than 200 graduates coming from six different colleges of Westmead last April 5, 2014 at the Batangas Provincial Auditorium for their Commencement Exercises.

     This year’s commencement speaker is a man of great knowledge and inspiration. Atty. Nicasio Aranas Conti is the Deputy Administrator for planning of the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA). He served as the Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) Spokesperson from December 2011 to October 2012 during the stint of Secretary Mar Roxas. Atty. Conti started his career in government as legal consultant of the Office of the Press Secretary, Philippine Information Agency and Philippine Heart Center of Asia from 2001 to 2002.

     He also served as the Presidential Assistant at the Office of the President and Assistant Secretary of the Office of the Presidential Chief of Staff from 2003 to 2004. He likewise served as Commissioner of the Presidential Commission on Good Government from 2005 to 2008. In MARINA, aside from being Officer-in-Charge from April 2012 to May 2013, he served as the Head of the National Secretariat for the conduct of the Diplomatic Conference to adopt amendments to the International Convention on the Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW) for he was instrumental for the designation of MARINA as the Single Maritime Administration responsible for oversight in the implementation of the STCW Convention as amended through the signing by President Benigno S. Aquino III of Executive Order No. 75 series of 2012 which ended the long years of agency turf on jurisdiction over the education, training and certification of seafarers. Atty. Conti is largely credited for the expansion of MARINA’s functions through the opening of more plantilla positions and extension offices to cater to the needs of the dynamic shipping industry as well as the clinching of the establishments of the MARINA building after 39 years.

     Being a man of vision and action, he was given recognition for his hard work and dedication by the Alliance of MARINA Employees and was bestowed the Most Outstanding Public Servant by the United Filipino Seafarers and the Tinig ng Marino for 2012. Similarly, the Philippine Association of Maritime Training Centers, Inc. (PAMTCI) jointly conferred upon his Plaque of Recognition for his competent leadership as OIC Administrator of MARINA. His impressive educational and training background included San Beda College where he finished his bachelor’s degree in Economics as cum laude and class salutatorian. He also took up Bachelor of Laws in the same institution. He took up the pioneering course on Corruption Studies at the Hong Kong University in 2003. He was also a Chevening Fellow on Public Sector Reform Course in 2008 under the Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the United Kingdom. He was the professor of Economics in San Beda College from 1998 to 2010 and the author of the book,

“To Serve with Honor: A Primer against Corruption”.

WIS-School of Economics, Business and Accountancy holds 4th Business and Economics Forum

WIS-School of Economics, Business and Accountancy holds 4th Business and Economics Forum

           Senior Business Administration Students, with the full support of their Dean, Dr. Marites D. Manlongat have successfully marked the year as they hold the 4th Business and Economics with the theme “Online Opportunities: Access to Success”.

           Held last January 30, 2014 at the Batangas Provincial Auditorium, Capitol Site, Batangas City, the said forum was attended by almost 600 students together with their respective instructors from Westmead International School, Lyceum of the Philippines University-Batangas and Colegio ng Lungsod ng Batangas.

           The event was indeed a remarkable one as it presented keynote speakers who are very inclined in their own field. The first speaker was Mr. Ronaldo L. Cabaccang who is a project manager of Social Consztellation, Owner of Zen Tuna Grille and the same time the National Vice Chairman of the board of Trustees for KA ENTREP. The students were all eager as he discussed about the Digital Media Discovery 101. Meanwhile, Ms. Alice Lacorte, dean of the College of Information Technology and Communication Technology of the First Asia Institute of Technology and Hospitality, and the Coordinator of the Council of Deans and Information Enthusiast (CODITE), CALABARZON shares her insights all about the E-Commerce 101.

           On the other hand, Ms. Jannete Toral, the Mother of E-Commerce and a holder of various awards such as: Women Innovator 2011, Champion of the Philippine Internet, Hall of Fame (March 2010), E-service Awardee 2008 (Policy and Legal Category) and an International Schools Cyber fair Ambassador Awardee was the third and last keynote speaker who enlightened the mind of each student about the notion of E-Commerce and how an individual can get into it and succeed unto it.

           At the end of the seminar, students were filled by much information and so the priceless smiles on their faces.

CITCS joins “Showtime”

CITCS joins “Showtime”

           Last January 20 of this year, the juniors and some BSIT seniors had one of the most exciting educational trips. Their first itinerary was the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) where they learned a lot about weather forecasting and how various calamities occur due to changes in the weather. This was followed but the ABS-CBN studio tour and their memorable participation in “Showtime” where they joined the crowd in their dance craze and breathtaking parts of the show. A lot of the students were able to meet and interact with their favorite artists such as Billy Crawford, Vhong Navarro, Jhong Hilario, Vice Ganda, Kuya Kim, some news anchors like Doris Bigornia and the casts of “LUV U”, a Philippine TV teen comedy series. Some of them even had the chance to be on stage with these personalities.

           On a different note, technology and innovation is very useful, dynamic and it makes everything quick and easy. It feels good how CITCS students demonstrate their eagerness to learn and discover different breakthroughs to all CITCS students to participate in the Youth for Information Technology Congress also knows as the Y4IT which was organized by the UP System, UP Information Technology Training Center, and UP System Information Technology Foundation, Inc. This year’s seminar was held at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City last September 17-19, 2013, with the theme, “Imagine, Innovate, and Inspire”. Just like other seminars , conferences and fora, Y4IT 2013 focused mainly on the recent trends in IT.

           Moreover, a series of seminars were participated by them during the first quarter of this year such as Batangas Information Technology Students’ Technopreneurship Summit organized by the Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship, and the 2nd E-Globio Seminar Series. Leading IT personalities, top corporate executives and technopreneurs, distinguished academic professors and researchers, and policy makers whose interaction and decisions shape the future of the Philippine ICT, were the speakers who shared their views in their respective fields of expertise. All of those were nationwide events, which provided a venue for discovering and evaluating the new technologies of the century. They gave the students new knowledge about the advancements in technology with their success stories and real life experiences which could be used on their future endeavors.