Jamel returns to serve, applies as election officer

    To many Filipinos, whether they are in the country or abroad, home will always be the Philippines.

    This is why Mahid T. H. Jamel of Marawi City, Lanao del Sur, came home from Saudi Arabia to do his share in helping the country by applying for the position of Election Officer 11 for assignment at the OEO in Butig, Lanao del Sur.

    An Election Officer 11 must have a bachelor’s degree, one year of relevant training and civil service eligibility.

    Were it not for love of country, Jamel could have gone  somewhere else where life would be easier due to a strong economy, like Canada and Australia which are open to immigrants.

     But he chose to come home.

     The position he has applied for has a plantilla item number EO2-152-1998.

    If and when Jamel gets the position, he would fall back on a treasure trove of knowledge  acquired in the academe and  experiences gained over the years.

     “My goal is to do my level best to improve continuously the quality and efficiency of the voting process,” he said.

    His work experience as an administrative staff member at the Philippine International School in Riyadh (PISR) from May 1, 2013 to Sept. 1, 2018 will serve him in good stead.

    He provided administrative support to ensure efficient office operations, completed operational requirements by scheduling and accepting administrative projects and expedited intended results.

    “I also supported team efforts by performing tasks related to organization and strong communication and developed administrative staff by providing information, educational opportunities, as well as experienced growth,” said Jamel who is married to a physician, Dr. Salman  Camama Macabangkit.

    His immediate superior, Mariam C. Macabangkit, was all praises for him, noting how good a team player he was.

    “He was polite and professional in his conversations via phone, e-mail and mail,” she said.

    She added that Jamel contributed to team efforts by achieving related results needed.

    Jamel has a civil service eligibility, having passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) on Oct. 20, 2022.

    He holds a Bachelor of Elementary Education degree from the Mindanao Islamic Computer College, which he attended from 1995 to 2001.

    He finished high school at the Mindanao State University—University Training Center (2001-2005).

    For his elementary education, he attended the Conding Elementary School where he was enrolled from 1995 to 2001.

    As for his chances of getting the job, Jamel said, “My family and I keep our fingers crossed. God is great!”

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