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Notice of Vacancy
- SOCIAL WELFARE OFFICER II
- PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER II
- PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER II
- ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER II
SOCIAL WELFARE OFFICER II
CRISIS INTERVENTION SECTION
Salary Grade: SG 15/PHP 33,575.00 Status of Employment: Contract of Service Area of Assignment: Malate, Manila QUALIFICATION STANDARDS Education: Bachelor's Degree in Social Work Training: 4 hours of relevant training Work Experience: 1 year of relevant experience Eligibility: RA 1080 (Registered Social Worker) PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Education: Bachelor's Degree in Social Work Training: 8 hours of relevant training Work Experience: 2 years of relevant experience Eligibility: RA 1080 (Registered Social Worker) JOB SUMMARY The Social Welfare Officer II shall be in-charge on interviewing and assessing clients needing financial and material assistance; shall refer clients to other support services if needed, and does other related work. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Conduct interview and assessment to clients needing transportation, medical, burial, educational, food, and cash assistance; Prepare necessary documents to facilitate the claims for financial and material assistance; Record the information data/profile of clients served; Conduct hospital visits to assess other needs of the client; Conduct coordination to partner hospitals for clients discount; Prepare referral letters to partner stakeholders for other needs of clients; Prepare replenishment and liquidation report for funding; Prepare and submit report as required; Perform other related tasks.
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER II
SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD PROGRAM
Salary Grade: SG 15/PHP 33,575.00 Status of Employment: Contract of Service Area of Assignment: OccidentalMindoro QUALIFICATION STANDARDS Education: Bachelor's Degree relevant to the job Training: 4 hours of relevant training Work Experience: 1 year of relevant experience Eligibility: None required PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Education: Bachelor's Degree in any Business-related or Social Science-related courses Training: 16 hours of relevant training in any or a combination of the following: Project Management, Social Entrepreneurship, Business Plan Development, Business Operations, Project Implementation, Employment Relations and Community Organizing Work Experience: 3 years or relevant experience in development-related projects involving Community Organizing, Business Development and/or Training Eligibility: None required JOB SUMMARY The Project Development Officer II (PDO II) shall conduct preparatory activities, organize social preparation and other capability-building activities for program participants, facilitate livelihood assistance, report and monitor program implementation and perform other related tasks. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Conduct preparatory activities for program implementation such as: ✓Gathering municipal data and information relevant to participant and project identification, such as Livelihood Recovery Plan development projects of civil society organizations, as well as available and accessible natural resources for potential use, in coordination with the City/Municipality Action Team (C/MAT); ✓Scanning local market trends and commercial establishments to identify source of materials, tools and equipment needed to start-up microenterprises, as well as direct markets for good and services of microenterprises; and ✓ Coordinating with local public and private sector stakeholders and development partners for social preparation and trainings provisions of complementary interventions, and institutional market linking. Organize social preparation and other capability-building activities for program participants, primarily by: ✓ Conducting orientations and Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) assemblies to spread awareness about the programs, it Implementation process and interventions, and participant eligibility: ✓Coaching program participants on business plan development and feasibility studies to identify the most appropriate and profitable livelihood endeavors; ✓Provide technical assistance to the Local Government Unit (LGU) in Livelihood Assistance Grant (LAG) preparation and attachments; ✓Validate the submitted eligible participants of the LGU. Facilitate livelihood assistance through: ✓ Facilitating project proposal crafting, review and approval forfunding and project implementation; and ✓Ensuring the delivery and execution of SLP proposed projects for program participants; ✓Mobilizing resources for complementary interventions frompublic and private sector stakeholders. Report and monitor program implementation: ✓Submitting necessary documents and means of verification for the review and approval of projects proposals as well as delivery of SLP modalities; ✓Utilizing the monitoring and evaluation system to account for program participants served and specific assistance provided; and ✓Submit monthly narratives for accomplishments based on the prescribed template and daily submission of LAG accomplishments to Provincial Monitoring and EvaluationOfficer for Operations (PMEO); ✓Monthly Encode and submit Offline Monitoring and Assessment Tool and System (OMAS) database to Research, Monitoring and Evaluation Office (RMEO); ✓Monthly Encode and submit FAR database to RMEO; ✓Ensure 100% liquidation of payouts. Perform other task related to monitoring and evaluation whenever necessary such as, but not limited to: ✓ Writing stories of change/ document success stories and partnership engagement; ✓ Conducting beneficiaries conferences ✓ Providing feedback on the usability of the monitoring tools and forms and reporting system of the program and; ✓ Coordinating monitoring and evaluation activities to the SLP Regional Program Management Office (RPMO).
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER II
SOCIAL PENSION PROGRAM
Salary Grade: SG 15/PHP 33,575.00 Status of Employment: Contract of Service Area of Assignment: Malate, Manila QUALIFICATION STANDARDS Education: Bachelor's Degree relevant to the job Training:4 hours of relevant training Work Experience: 1 year of relevant experience Eligibility: None required PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Education: Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology or other computer-related courses Training: 8 hours of relevant training Work Experience: 2 years of relevant experience Eligibility: None required JOB SUMMARY The Project Development Officer II (PDO II) shall manage the Social Pension Information System (SPIS) database, oversee and consolidate the encoding, submission and crosschecking of validated data; conduct monitoring, validation and pay-out, provide technical assistance, submit required reportorial requirements, and does other work. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ✓Administer, manage, and maintain SPIS online and offline version; ✓Ensure availability and accessibility of network resources and information system; ✓Plan and design a Region-based online data system for easier generation of reports, etc.; ✓Oversee the offline registry/data banking system of the program and provide technical assistance to registry holders; ✓Coordinate with Information and Communications Technology Management Section (ICTMS) for repair and recovery from hardware and software failures of router and perimeter device; ✓Represent the Social Pension Program to meetings in the absence of the Social Welfare Officer II (SWO II)/Program Head; ✓Assist during pay-outs (Regular Social Pension and Unconditional Cash Transfer-Social Pension); ✓Conduct intake interview to new Social Pension applicants and validate possible Centenarian in the designated area; ✓Act on referrals, interview walk-in clients and conduct validation of feedback to the concerned Local Government Units(LGUS)/Agency/Office; ✓Facilitate other concerns needing immediate action with completed staff work and other related tasks assigned; ✓Analyze various reports from the LGUs (e.g. delisted and waitlisted) as basis for the validation as well as monitor the submission of other related documents required from the LGUs; ✓Perform other tasks that may be assigned.8\
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER II
Salary Grade: SG 11/PHP 23,877.00 Status of Employment: Contract of Service Area of Assignment: Malate, Manila QUALIFICATION STANDARDS Education: Bachelor's Degree relevant to the job Training: None required Work Experience: None required Eligibility: None required PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Education: Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Engineering or any related courses Training: 16 hours of relevant procurement training; must be proficient with computer applications using MS Office and other applicable software Work Experience:2 years of relevant experience with procurement-related functions Eligibility: None required JOB SUMMARY The Administrative Officer II (AO II) for Procurement shall ensure that procurement of goods, non-consulting and consulting services in the region is in accordance to the set procurement guidelines for NCDDP that follows RA 6713 (code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Government Employees); Community Based Procurement Manual; and KALAHI-CIDSS NCDDP Program Procurement Manual. This shall apply to the procurement of training venues, office supplies and other administrative support to Program operation. The AO II for Procurement shall coordinate and prepare the NCDDP Program Procurement Plan in the region. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ✓Coordinate with the different units in the RPMO to consolidate procurement concerns and prepare/update Program Annual Procurement Plan (APP)/ Project Procurement Management Plan (PPMP); Ensure regular updating of Electronic Procurement Management System (E-PMS); ✓Coordinate and facilitate orientation of the Bids and Awards Committee (BAC) and concerned management staff on NCDDP procurement guidelines; ✓Ensure that BAC, Procurement and Supply division are furnished with the NCDDP procurement guidelines; ✓Prepare Request Issuance Slip (RIS)/ Purchase Request (PR) and Request for Quotation (RFQs) for RPMO procurement including Goods, Training Venues and relevant services; ✓Assist the BAC in the evaluation of procurement actions including quotations/bids; preparation of resolutions and contracts/PO. ✓Prepare relevant documents subject for procurement audit or review; ✓Monitor contract implementation and provide timely feedback to the management; ✓Prepare monthly feedback report to the RPMO on the status of procurement implementation; ✓Review supporting documents for payment to KALAHI-CIDSS program procurement suppliers/service providers; ✓Prepare disbursement vouchers and facilitate payments to KALAHI-CIDSS program procurement suppliers/service providers; ✓Perform other related tasks that may be assigned by the RPO.
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Interested and qualified applicants must fill out the application form through the link: https://forms.gle/54TJssB2gNG47k8Y9. Make sure you are logged in to your Gmail account to be able to access the
Please also attach the following documents through the link not later than May 22, 2021. The assessment process will start the following day.
1. Accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with passport size picture (CS Form 212 Revised 2017) which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
2. Comprehensive/Functional resume or Curriculum Vitae with passport sizepicture
3. Application letter
4. Performance ratings in the last semester preceding this application (for internal applicants)
5. Photocopy of Civil Service Certificate of Eligibility or Certificate of BoardRating; and
6. Photocopy of Transcript of Records
Application letter must be addressed to: FERNANDO R. DE VILLA JR., CESO III Regional DirectorDepartment of Social Welfare and Development Field Office MIMAROPA 1680 F.T. Benitez cor. Malvar St. Malate, Manila This Office highly encourages all interested and qualified applicants including persons with disability (PWD), members of indigenous communities, and those from any sexual orientation and gender identities (SOGI). DSWD MIMAROPA complies with the Equal Employment Opportunity Policy (EEOP) and that No person with disability shall be denied access to opportunities for suitable employment. A qualified employee with disability shall be subject to the same terms and conditions of employment and the same compensation, privileges, benefits, fringe benefits, incentives or allowances as a qualified able-bodied person.