Human Resources Management Office

About Us

The HRD Office at Holy Angel University was formally set up as a distinct administrative unit in 1986, known then as the Personnel Office. Through the years, it has evolved as a service center that provides administrative support services to all departments in the University through the following functions:

  1. Recruitment, Selection and Placement Manpower sourcing and placement, providing manpower reserve and qualification standards, induction/orientation of employees, review of recommendations for movements and promotions, placement and changes in status, and conduct of exit interview.
  2. Performance Management Development and appraisal of the effectiveness of the University workforce, reward program and system.
  3. Job Classification and Evaluation Job evaluation and review, job description and specification writing, position classification including title grading and pricing of each job position, salary range and pay grade and standardization.
  4. Employment Records Management Maintenance of systems on personnel records particularly the 201 File maintenance (all official HRD records), monitoring of HRD movement, internal and external reports (DOLE, CHED, DECS), maintenance of records and systems.
  5. Employee Relations and Services Attendance monitoring, administration of leave benefits, employee counseling, facilitation of the processing of complaints and grievances, provision of socialization opportunities through sports activities, and socials, community outreach and other miscellaneous services.
  6. Industrial and Labor Relations Relations with union, relations with DOLE/NLRC, implementation of CBA provisions, labor-management consultation, employee discipline, incidence and case investigation, labor agreements.

In SY 2009 - 2010, in line with the University's thrust to realign the related functions of the various offices, the Personnel Office was reorganized into the HRD Office with the inclusion of the IFSD.


The HAU HRD Office, in its pursuit for excellence and quality service, strives to professionalize and standardize the HRD Systems and Services reflective of a motivated and competitive workforce for the University and the community.


The HAU faculty and employees are the greatest resource of the University. Through the optimum deployment, management and development of the faculty and employees, the Personnel office aims to enhance the operating efficiency of the University in support of its strategic goals With this endeavor, the HRD Office facilitates the continuous formation of knowledge, skills and proficiency of its faculty and employees in order to maximize their potential.

Goals and Objectives
  1. To assist in the accomplishment of the objectives of the University through the development of formal and informal programs and activities which encourage and develop the talent and abilities of the entire personnel.
  2. To develop the skills of personnel for a better performance of their official duties.
  3. To direct efforts and develop flexibility to meet the needs of the different units.
  4. To facilitate adherence to systems and procedures and coordination in scope and direction.
  5. To provide a smooth delivery of service, that is on time and error-free, to meet the clients' needs.

Available Openings

Laboratory Staff (Basic Education)

  • Graduate of any science-related course
  • Preferably with experience in handling science laboratories
  • Good interpersonal skills

Faculty (School of Arts and Sciences)

  • Graduate of a Science Course preferably with a Major in Chemisty and/or Physics
  • With MA Degree or ongoing Graduate studies
  • Preferably with teaching experience

Faculty (School of Arts and Sciences)

  • Graduate of a Social Science Course
  • With MA Degree or ongoing Graduate studies
  • Preferably with teaching experience

Faculty (School of Engineering and Architecture)

  • Preferably with Graduate Studies
  • Graduate of:
    • Industrial Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Civil Engineering
    • Electronics Engineering
    • Computer Engineering
    • Aeronautical Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Architecture
  • PRC License
  • Preferably with field / industry experience
  • Preferably with Teaching experience

Faculty (School of Education)

  • MA Degree with specialization in:
  • Licensed professional teacher


  • Graduate of BS NURSING
  • With MA Degree or ongoing Graduate studies
  • Licensed Nurse
  • Preferably with 3 years of Clinical experience


  • Graduate of BS Medical Technology
  • With MA Degree or ongoing Graduate studies
  • Licensed Medtech
  • Preferably with 3 years of Clinical experience


  • Graduate of BS Radiologic Technology
  • With MA Degree or ongoing Graduate studies
  • Licensed Radtech
  • Preferably with 3 years of Clinical experience

Faculty (School of Hospitality and Tourism Management)

  • Graduate of BS Tourism Management/ BS Hospitality
  • Preferably a graduate of MS HRM/ MSTM or ongoing graduate studies
  • Preferably with teaching experience

Faculty (School of Business and Accountancy)

  • Law Graduate
  • Licensed Lawyer
  • preferably with teaching experience

Faculty (School of Business and Accountancy)

  • MA Degree in Accountancy
  • Certified Public Accountant
  • preferably with teaching experience

Faculty (School of Business and Accountancy)

  • At least MA Degree holder/ with PHD units in the field of business or industrial engineering
  • Has work experience in managerial, supervisory, sales, advertising, marketing and finance

Faculty (College of Criminal Justice Education and Forensics)

  • Graduate of BS Criminology
  • Preferably with MA
  • Preferably with teaching experience

Faculty (School of Arts and Sciences)

  • MA degree in Psychology
  • With professional license
  • Preferably with teaching experience

Faculty for MA Communication Program (School of Arts and Sciences)

  • Graduate of PHD in Communication
  • With background in Communication and Development Communication
  • With industry and academe experience

Faculty (Basic Education Department)

JHS Math

  • Graduate of BSED Math
  • Preferably with LET


  • Graduate of BSED MAPEH
  • Preferably with LET

JHS and SHS Science

  • Graduate of BSED General Science preferably Physics Major
  • Preferably with LET


  • Graduate of BSED English
  • Preferably with LET


  • Graduate of BSED Religious Education, Values Education, Philosophy
  • Preferably with LET

SHS Filipino

  • Graduate of BSED Filipino
  • Preferably with LET

SHS Empowerment Technology

  • With background in Computer Science or teaching Empowerment Technology
  • Preferably with LET

Student Activities Coordinator

  • Any four-year course preferably HRM, Marketing, Psychology
  • Preferably with work and clerical experience
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills

Systems Librarian

  • Graduate of Bachelor of Library and Information Science
  • Preferably licensed librarian
  • Preferably with work experience
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills

Faculty and Staff Development

Employee Benefits

  1. Leave Benefits
    1. Sick Leave
    2. Maternity Leave
    3. Paternity Leave
    4. Bereavement Leave
    5. Leave of Absence (without Pay)
    6. Vacation Leave
    7. Emergency Leave
  2. Thirteenth Month Pay
  3. Christmas Bonus
  4. Summer Incentive Pay For NTP/ASS
  5. Foundation Bonus
  6. Birthday Gift
  7. Rice Subsidy
  8. Service Awards
  9. Uniform Allowance
  10. Health Insurance Plan
  11. Group Life Insurance
  12. Educational Benefits/Assistance
  13. Welcome Gift for the Newborn
  14. Retirement Benefits
    1. Optional Retirement
    2. Mandatory Retirement
    3. Employees Provident Retirement Plan
  15. Bereavement Benefits
  16. Death Benefits
  17. Catastrophic Leave Donation Program
    1. Social Security System
    2. Employees Compensation
    3. National Health Insurance Program (NHIP)
    4. PAG-IBIG fund
  18. Library Service
  19. Medical and Dental Services
  20. Socio-Cultural and Athletic Services
  21. Development and Training Program
  22. Multipurpose Cooperative


Government Mandated Benefits
  • You should have 6 posted monthly contributions for the last 12 months prior to the month of filing.
  • To be eligible for 1-month salary loan, you must have 36 posted monthly contributions prior to the month of filing. To be eligible for 2-month salary loan, you must have 72 posted monthly contributions prior to the month of filing.
  • Loanable amount is based on the average of your 12 monthly salary credits posted and twice the average for 2-month salary loan but not to exceed P24,000 payable within 2 years.
  • You must accomplish a Salary Loan Application Form and submit to Payroll Office with a photocopy of your SS Digitized ID. If you do not have an SS digitized ID yet, attach a photocopy of your E-6 stub (Application for SS Digitized ED).
  • Processing time shall for 3-4 weeks including transmittal through. SSS Main, Pampanga
  • You shall be informed by Payroll Office once your loan check is available. Loan payment through salary deduction shall start on the 2nd month following the date of loan.
  • Sickness benefit is a daily cash allowance paid to a member for the number of days he is unable to work due to sickness or injury.
  • You shall be qualified for this benefit if you were confined either in the hospital or at home for at least 4 days, has paid at least 3 monthly contributions within 12-month period immediately before the semester of sickness or injury and has used up all company sick leaves or is not yet entitled to it as probationary employee or contractual.
  • You should notify Payroll Office within 5 days from start of sickness or if notification is through Supervisor, notification should be immediately relayed to Payroll Office.
  • Immediately accomplish a Sickness Notification Form (Part II of which should be filled-up your attending physician) and photocopy of your SS Digitized ID for processing. You shall be informed by Payroll Office once your check is available.
  • This benefit is granted to female members due to delivery or miscarriage regardless of civil status.
  • You should accomplish a Maternity Notification (MAT-1) at least 60 days upon knowledge of pregnancy and submit to Payroll Office together with pregnancy test or ultrasound report.
  • You should have at least 3 posted monthly contributions within a 12-month period before the semester of childbirth or miscarriage.
  • The amount of benefit shall be equivalent to 100% of the average daily salary credit multiplied by 60 days for normal delivery and 78 days for caesarian. You may reach out to Payroll Office for this computation.
  • Holy Angel shall advance the amount equivalent to your maternity benefit through check within 30 days upon filing of maternity leave.
  • You are therefore required to file the Payroll Office for maternity leave at least 2 weeks before the month of delivery to facilitate early release of check.
  • You should be an active member at the time of application and has made at least 24 months contributions.
  • Accomplish the Pag-IBIG Multi-purpose Loan Application (HDMF for P2-1) and submit the application form to Payroll Office for processing and you shall be informed once your loan check is available.
  • Loanable amount is equivalent to 60% of the Total Accumulated Value of your savings (contributions) with Pag-IBIG to be paid over a period of 24-months.
  • You should have at least 3 monthly contributions within the immediate 6 months prior to confinement.
  • Confinement should be in a Philhealth accredited hospital for not less than 24 hours due to illness or injury requiring hospitalization.
  • This benefit can be extended to the following: Legitimate spouse, non-member/Children (legitimate/illegitimate/adopted/stepchild), below 21 yrs. old, unmarried and unemployed/Parents 60 yrs. old and above, non-members and wholly dependent on the member for support.
  • Secure a Philhealth Claim Form 1 to be signed by the Payroll Head or any of his representatives and request for your latest 3 months certificate of contribution.
  • Submit this form to the hospital billing section prior to discharge.
  • Yes, you can directly file your Philhealth refund directly to Philhealth Office within 60 days upon discharge provided you have the ff. documents: Claim form 1, 2 & 3 duly accomplished by your attending physician and hospital; original OR’s of payments made to the hospital including doctor’s OR for professional fee; waiver.
  • Check refund shall be directly mailed to your address by Philhealth.
Company Benefits

Only permanent NTP are entitled to avail of the 15 days of vacation leave per calendar year. To avail of this leave you must file an RFL ahead of time and secure approval from your immediate superior. The schedule of the leave will be upon the discretion of the superior. Leaves less than a week are filed at least 2 days prior to effective date. Longer leaves must be filed a week prior to effective date.

This 15 days of leave per calendar year shall be allowed only in cases of actual illness and prolonged sickness. The sick leave is filed on the first word day after the absence. It must be certified by the school physician, if a medical certificate is issued by a private doctor it must attached to the RFL.

Unused sick leave for the last three years may be used for future prolonged illness.

Financial assistance is extended to employees for the death of an immediate family member along with the wreath.

Male and female employees may avail of the gift benefit granted to their newborn legitimate child, up to a maximum of four claims – excluding stillbirth and miscarriages. Secure an application form at the HRD Office to fill-up and submit it with the necessary documents such birth certificate of the newborn child with the certification from the attending physician or midwife. The form must be duly endorsed by the immediate superior.

The 7-day leave may be availed by permanent male employees with full pay for the 1st four deliveries of the employee’s lawful wife. The seven days can be used continuously at one time or staggered within a month.

The regular employee and his or her dependents (legitimate children and spouse) can enjoy the tuition discount so long as they are enrolled in the university. The benefit is limited to four children from high school to college.

All regular non teaching personnel and faculty and part-time permanent faculty enjoy the full benefit. Probationary and full time fixed term college faculty who have served continuous four semesters are entitled to 50% of the benefit. High School and Elementary faculty who have rendered one year of service under probation are entitled to a 50% benefit.

Consult physicians accredited by our medical insurance provided. Present your active health card to the assigned HMO in the hospital to avail of the free consultation and diagnostic services covered by our card.

Once the faculty’s sick leave benefit has been exhausted, the holding of make up classes becomes compulsory. A total of 3 days of make up classes is allowed per semester, regardless of the number of make up classes to be held in a day.

Contact Us



888-8691 to 93




Fax Numbers:

888-2514 - President's Office

888-1754 - Central Purchasing Office

888-1290 - Finance Office

International Calls:

Please dial (+63-45) plus telephone number.

National Calls:

Please dial (045) plus telephone number.

Senior Consultant, Human Resource Management
Ms. Rosario S. Ventura

Local 1210

Manager, Human Resource Management Office
Dr. Gertrude P. Tuazon

Local 1302

Head, Human Resource Development
Ms. Teresita O. Cruz

Local 1224

HR Recruitment Coordinator
Claudia Jumelle Quinto

Local 1146

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