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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 13 January 2014 DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT Field Office IV-MIMAROPA 1680 F. T. Benitez St. Corner Malvar St., Malate, Manila JOB TITLE: Project: Location: Salary Grade : Qualifications PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER II Sustainable Livelihood Program 1 slot Oriental Mindoro 1 slot Romblon 1 slot - Marinduque SG 15 P24,887.00 Education: Bachelors degree preferably in Management, Entrepreneurship, Development Studies, Community Development, Social Sciences or any related course to the above mentioned Training: At least 4 hours relevant training in project management, social entrepreneurship, business plan development, business operations, and/or strategy development and implementation Experience: At least one year experience in development-related projects involving community facilitating, community microenterprises, capability building activities, and monitoring and technical assistance Skills: Computer literate with intermediate knowledge on MS Office applications, capable of writing technical reports with moderate guidance, and with knowledge on accounting, statistics, and project management Functions 1. Conducts environmental study of the existing socio-economic profile of the target municipalities/provinces; 2. Coordinates and collaborates with LGU partners and other stakeholders in the implementation of Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP); 3. Orients potential beneficiaries, assists in the screening, validates eligibility and assists in the organization of Self Employment Association-Kaunlaran (SEA-K) groups and association; 4. Conducts of Basic Business Management Training (BBMT) to the beneficiaries; 5. Reviews, assess and evaluates the feasibility of the project/loan proposal of the beneficiaries for seed capital; 6. Prepares and submits mother proposal for fund release; 7. Validates the utilization of loan fund; 8. Attends training, evaluation and conferences regarding the implementation of the program; 9. Provides technical assistance to individual/family/group/association regarding the operation of the SEA-K projects during meetings, consultation dialogue, conferences and project visits; 10. Monitors and evaluates projects regularly once a week for the first two (2) months and twice a month thereafter to ensure sustainability of the project and repayment of loan; 11. Prepares regular and periodic reports required of the program; 12. Performs other tasks as may be required by the supervisors and/ or Directors. MONITORING AND EVALUATION OFFICER II Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program Manila SG 15 PhP 24,887.00 Graduate of B.S. Social Work, Community Development or other closely related social science courses with at least 1 year of relevant experience on o project management particularly monitoring and evaluation o development and application of M&E systems and tools research development on social protection programs Proficient in the use of database applications for, Microsoft Office applications particularly MS Excel and Access for data management and analysis Strong skills on technical writing and research Willing to undergo a one week on-job-training prior to the effectivity of the contract Willing to travel to MIMAROPA provinces Ready to report for work on February 17, 2014 1. Consolidate and prepare Quarterly, Semestral and Annual Regional Accomplishment Report; 2. Draft Regional Annual Thrusts and Priorities based on the National Thrusts and Priorities; 3. Provide technical support in the preparation of the Regional Work and Financial Plan; 4. Provide technical support in the implementation/conduct of spot checks, impact evaluation Page 1 of 6

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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 13 January 2014 and other research activities; 5. Render technical assistance to provincial M & E Officers in the preparation of technical reports; 6. Conduct field monitoring; 7. Submit periodic and special reports as needed; 8. Assist in the conduct of Regional Program Review & Evaluation Workshop; 9. Act as the focal person in updating and maintaining the Regional Internal Monitoring System; 10. Accomplish performance commitment and appraisal; 11. Perform other related tasks. REGIONAL ASSOCIATE STATISTICIAN Listahanan National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction Manila SG 15 PhP 24,887.00 College Degree in Statistics, Mathematics or related course With Civil Service Eligibility Knowledge of statistical packages such as Strata, SPSS or other similar software Excellent in interpersonal and communication skills Able to work in a team set-up The Regional Associate Statistician is in charge of the following: 1. Preparation of household profiles at the regional and local government unit levels 2. Conduct of of studies related to project concerns 3. Facilitates analysis of data 4. Preparation of regular and special reports 5. Other tasks and functions as may be specified by the regional project manager GRIEVANCE REDRESS SYSTEM FOCAL Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program Manila SG 15 24,887.00 1. Bachelor's Degree, preferably in Social Science, Public Administration, Community Development, Social Work 2. Good communication skills in both English and Filipino 3. Related experience and training in grievance redress 4. Proficient in MS Office - Word, PowerPoint Excel The GRS Coordinator is in charge of facilitating the resolution of concerns or complaints that based on organizational policies. Responsibilities advocating for the various grievance mode and channels designed for the program; providing logistical support to program staff to address grievance; reviewing, verifying and analyzing grievance reports; monitoring resolution of cases, referrals and other actions to provide immediate redress. BENEFICIARY UPDATE SYSTEM FOCAL PERSON Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program 1 slot Oriental Mindoro SG 15 24,887.00 1. Bachelor's Degree 2. Good communication skills in both English and Filipino 3. 1 year relevant experience 4. Proficient in MS Office - Word, PowerPoint Excel The BUS Focal is in charge of updating files of beneficiaries and validating documents in support thereof. MUNICIPAL LINK Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program Field-based (11 slots, 1 per municipality); Agutaya, Palawan Pinamalayan, Oriental Mindoro Pola, Oriental Mindoro Gloria, Oriental Mindoro Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro Roxas, Oriental Mindoro Socorro, Oriental Mindoro Sablayan, Romblon Boac, Marinduque SG 15 24,887.00/month Has a Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Community Development or other relevant courses Page 2 of 6

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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 13 January 2014 Has experience in community organizing/development work and training and development Willing to be assigned in one of the municipalities of Oriental/Occidental Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan Proficient in spoken and written Filipino and English Proficient in Microsoft Office applications Can work with minimum supervision 1. In charge of overseeing the implementation of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program at the municipal level with a caseload of 800 1000 household beneficiaries, in coordination with other Municipal Links in the municipality 2. Facilitate and promote community development activities in coordination with the Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office and other key stakeholders 3. Prepares activity proposals and other budgetary requirements at the municipal level 4. Facilitate conduct of community assembly, supply side assessment, family development sessions in collaboration with focal persons of partner agencies and the local government units 5. Review, monitor and prepare reports on supply side requirements, beneficiary updates, grievances and complaints, release of cash grants and training of volunteers 6. Serve as secretariat to the Municipal Advisory Committee meetings SOCIAL WELFARE ASSISTANT Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program 4 slots, 1 per municipality Bongabong, Oriental Mindoro San Jose, Romblon Quezon, Palawan Linapacan, Palawan Rizal, Palawan SG 8 14,931 Graduate of a four-year course; a degree relevant to social development is an advantage With relevant work experience, training or exposure on the implementation of social development programs Proficient skill in use of MS Office applications Intermediate skill in oral and written English communication The social welfare assistant is responsible in providing clerical/administrative support to the project at the municipal level, working hand in hand with the Social Worker / Case Worker in implementing the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program. MUNICIPAL ROVING BOOKKEEPER Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program Balabac, Palawan SG 9 16,051 Graduate of a four-year business course; With relevant work experience, training or exposure on the implementation of social development programs and financial management Can work well with others, assertive, independent-minded Proficient skill in use of MS Office applications Intermediate skill in oral and written English communication The MRB oversees the over-all conduct of cash grant releases to the beneficiaries through over-the counter payments, prepares and secures necessary reports documents and coordinates with other key players at the municipal level. DEPUTY AREA COORDINATOR (end of contract: August 31, 2014) Kapit-bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services Linapacan, Palawan P29,028.00 1. Graduate of Civil Engineering course, preferably a licensed Civil Engineer 2. 5 years of relevant experience in rural or community-based infrastructure development, three (3) years of which in foreign assisted development projects 3. Demonstrated competencies in construction and contract management 4. Effective verbal and written communication skills; 5. Computer literate in MS Office applications; 6. Preferably with relevant technical trainings on water supply systems, roads and bridges, procurement, and other social infrastructure; The Deputy Area Coordinator (DAC) is the ACT's primary technical assistance provider on community infrastructure, procurement, and environmental safeguards. Page 3 of 6

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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 13 January 2014 It shall be the responsibility of the DAC to ensure that community infrastructures built and managed by volunteers meet KC-prescribed design, construction, procurement, and safeguards standards. S/he likewise assumes the responsibility of the supervisor in the absence of the AC. DEPUTY REGIONAL PROJECT MANAGER (DRPM) Kapit-bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services Puerto Princesa City P66,000.00 1. Masters Degree in management, preferably development or any relevant area in social sciences. 2. Six (6) years of experience in supervisory or managerial position in a major antipoverty projected funded by foreign donor agencies 3. Superior organizational and management skills with attention to detail and strong follow through 4. Demonstrated ability to operate under pressures of time and multiple demands 5. Ability to prioritize and balance multiple and heavy workload 6. Works hard with minimum supervision and is self directed 7. Very good communication (oral and writing) specially presentation skills 8. Solid knowledge of project budget preparations and financial documentation 9. Computer knowledge (Microsoft Word, Excel, some database management) 10. Ability to work well with various partners, stakeholders, the public and volunteers and maintain poise under pressure is absolutely essential The Deputy Regional Project Manager (DRPM) shall contribute to the efficient and effective operationalization and delivery at the KALAHI-CIDSS: KKB development assistance project in Region IVMIMAROPA, by providing management assistance in project implementation, monitoring, supervision of field implementation teams, and networking with relevant project stakeholders. To be based in Region IV MIMAROPA, the DRPM will be expected to support the Regional Project Manager (RPM) in managing and coordinating the work of multiple, inter-disciplinary teams composed of community development specialists, engineers, financial analysts, and monitoring and evaluation officers, as well as work extensively with various local government unit partners in the implementation of the projects development processes. 1. Act as co-convenor together with the Regional Project Manager of Regional Project Management Team (RPMT) and RPMT-Area Coordinators (ACs) Meetings for planning, implementation and performance review. 2. Review and consolidate the work and financial plans of the Project and ensure their responsiveness to KC:KKB thrusts and priorities. 3. Supervise ACTs in the effective implementation of Project interventions in accordance with service standards for implementation. 4. Conduct monitoring activities to determine and enhance: a. Quality of technical assistance provided to field implementation teams based on the monitoring agenda submitted by regional staff. b. Compliance of project interventions to service standards by field implementation teams c. Timely and adequate delivery of PLGU/MLGU/BLGU commitments 5. Identify and act on issues concerning project implementation or relay for Management information and/or action. 6. Extend technical advice in the documentation of best practices to the Social Marketing Officer. 7. Interface with provincial focal persons to strengthen LGU engagement in KCCIDSS:KKB particularly to facilitate delivery of commitment of LGU Counterpart Contribution and to build functional LGU engagement. 8. Represent the Project in Provincial Inter-Agency Committee (PIAC) meetings to effectively raise concerns of LGUs regarding Local Counterpart Contributions (LCCs) and convergence and to feedback to the Regional Inter Agency Committee through the RPM, relevant issues and decisions raised in the PIAC. 9. Initiate and sustain partnerships with relevant NGOs/Academe POs and other stakeholders for technical assistance in project activities and provision of support to independent monitoring and evaluation. 10. Recommend enhancement/modification of policies toward improved service delivery, mainstreaming, institutionalization and convergence. Page 4 of 6

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JOB TITLE: Project: Location: Salary Grade : Qualifications JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 13 January 2014 11. To act as Officer in Charge in the absence of the Regional Project Manager. DEPUTY REGIONAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST (DRCDS) Kapit-bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services Puerto Princesa City P50,000 1. Graduate of any social development related course, preferably at the masteral level; 2. At least seven (7) years of progressive experience in community organizing and development work, three years of which should be in FAPs. 3. Demonstrated capability to formulate and execute strategies to propel CDD programs with multiple components such as (i) LGU engagement, (ii) local development planning, (iii) convergence, (iv) social inclusion, and (v) institutional reform. 4. Excellent grasp of national and region-specific poverty conditions, current anti-poverty initiatives, and different approaches to poverty reduction. 5. Excellent written and oral communication skills in English and Filipino, and in the local language where he/she will be deployed. 6. Highly literate in MS Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). With working understanding of MS Project. 7. Willing to be assigned Puerto Princesa City The Deputy Regional Community Development Specialist (DRCDS) shall assist the Regional CDS in providing technical supervision to Area Coordinating Teams (ACTs) in the implementation of community organizing and development processes in all KC:KKB covered municipalities in the region. 1. Assist in the providing quality assurance and quality control support in the implementation of social facilitation and community mobilization processes in KC areas. 2. Convene regular meetings with area coordinating teams for action planning, plan implementation and performance review and assessment, tactic sessions for problem resolution, and reflection to identify lessons and best practices in field implementation. 3. Review consistency of ACT intervention plans with CDD principles and in accordance with standards set by the Regional Project Management Team (RPMT). 4. Assist in providing purposive capability building support for ACTs, and coordinate regional Technical Assistance (TA) provision to ACTs, establish TA delivery systems and procedures, and facilitate timely TA provision to ACT members and field implementers on CO CD, local governance, participatory development planning, and convergence and institutionalization. 5. Assist in developing policy recommendations to the RPMT and technical assistance programs for regional organic DSWD staff in facilitating convergence between KC and other DSWD reform programs. 6. Prepare process monitoring plan in consultation with other members of the RPMT, and monitor implementation of KC:KKB development processes and interventions through report review, field visits, and spot checks. 7. Assist the RCDS in the preparation of process documentation reports. 8. Facilitate periodic summing-up of KC:KKB ACT field implementation experience, and generation of lessons, strategies, and best practices in field implementation. 9. Perform other tasks that may be assigned by the Regional Project Manager. COMMUNITY FACILITATOR (end of contract : April 30, 2014) Kapit-bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services Field-based (2 slots) Cagayancillo, Palawan and Lubang, Occidental Mindoro SG 13- 21,436 / month 1. Graduate of any 4 year course relevant to social development 2. Two (2) years of relevant, progressive work experience in development assistance projects 3. At least 40 hrs. of relevant training experience. 4. Demonstrated capabilities in community organizing and social facilitation/mobilization 5. Effective verbal and written communication skills 6. Computer literate in MS Office applications;

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Functions JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 13 January 2014 The Community Facilitator (CF) is the KC CEAC partcipation specialist and main implementer of the CEAC at the community/barangay level. It shall be the responsibility of the CF to ensure that barangay and community-level development processes and activities along the CEAC are facilitated efficiently, with the direct participation, inclusion, and engagement of all stakeholders. Hence, the CF is responsible for ensuring that opportunities are provided, processes are designed, and mechanisms are established at the barangay level, that would allow all sectors, especially the most marginalized groups, to engage in and benefit from project activities. JOB TITLE: Project: Location: Salary Grade : Qualifications ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT I Kapit-bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services Manila SG 7 13,890 1. Graduate any two-year technical course or at least 2 years in college. 2. At least 8 hours of relevant training. 3. Minimum 3 years experience on administrative and records-management related work preferably in a foreign-assisted project. 4. Good interpersonal skills 5. Proficient in the use of MS Word and Excel The Administrative Assistant provides administrative and clerical support to the regional project management office. Specific Responsibilities and Tasks: 1. Provides administrative assistance in the day to day Project Operations; 2. Provides support in tracking communications and maintaining a central filing of documents. 3. Receives and records KALAHI-CIDSS incoming and outgoing documents; 4. Provides administrative assistance in the day to day Project Operations; 5. Provide support in tracking communications and maintaining a central filing of documents. 6. Perform other related tasks that may be assigned by the RPM. The Department of Social Welfare and Development IV-MiMaRoPa is primarily responsible for the management and implementation of DSWD functions in the MIMAROPA region. It facilitates direction setting and provides augmentation support and technical assistance to social welfare and development intermediaries within a collaborative environment. This includes local government units particularly the Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office (MSWDO), social welfare and development-related NGOs, private organizations and line agencies. It also promotes and ensures the implementation and enforcement of laws and policies, rules and regulations pertaining to social welfare and development within its geographical, spatial and cultural jurisdiction.

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HOW TO APPLY : Interested applicants may EMAIL the following requirements to hrdu4b.applicant@gmail.com: 1. Letter of application addressed to: Wilma D. Naviamos Regional Director DSWD IV-MiMaRoPa 2. Comprehensive resume with photo 3. Scanned transcript of records OR Submit to the nearest DSWD IV MIMAROPA Social Welfare and Development (SWAD) Office. Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro San Jose, Occidental Mindoro Boac, Marinduque Puerto Princesa City Odiongan, Romblon ONLY QUALIFIED APPLICANTS WILL BE NOTIFIED FOR EXAM AND INTERVIEW. For queries, you may CALL us at 02-336-8106 local 304 / 306 / 310. Look for Eden Cervantes (0947-408-6090) or Cristy Clemente (0915-594-0353).

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