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Office of the President of the Philippines

Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process

NOTICE OF VACANCY
The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process, mandated to implement and supervise the
government’s comprehensive peace process, is looking for additional staff who will work for a just and
lasting peace. You may be who we are looking for!

Hiring Unit: REHABILITATION AND DEVELOPMENT UNIT

Task Force for Decommissioned Combatants and their Communities (TFDCC)

Position / Job Title PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER III


Salary Grade SG 18
Position Item / Job Status Contract of Service (COS)
Place of Assignment Cotabato City
 Bachelor’s Degree
Minimum Qualifications  Two (2) years relevant experience
 Eight (8) hours relevant training

1.) Facilitates the implementation of the Socio-Economic


Development Program for the Decommissioned
Combatants and their Communities (TFDCC):
 Coordinate with regional partner agencies on
planning, programming and monitoring of the
implementation of the socio-economic program for
the decommissioned combatants and their
communities;
 Provide technical assistance to the implementing
partners to ensure effective and efficient program
Duties and Responsibilities
operations;
 Coordinate with regional partner agencies on
planning, programming, and monitoring of the
implementation of the socio-economic program for
the decommissioned combatants and their
communities;
 Manage, supervise and recommend appropriate
policy / guidance in relation to the socio-economic
program and field operation matters and concerns in
Cotabato Office;
 Prepare and submit reports on the status of

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SocioEconomic Program implementation to the


concerned partners;
 Supervise the five Assistant Development Workers;
 Provide timely feedback on the business arising/
matters related to operations in Cotabato Office;
 Prepare draft memoranda, letters and reports to the
key stakeholders of the program;
 Undertake other tasks as assigned by the immediate
supervisor and other officers of OPAPP/ Panel;

2.) Undertake other tasks assigned by the Unit Director or


Assistant Secretary of Policy and Programs.

Joint Task Forces on Camps Transformation (JTFCTs)

Position / Job Title PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER III


Salary Grade SG 18
Position Item / Job Status Contract of Service (COS)
Place of Assignment Cotabato City
 Graduate of a four-year course preferably, but not limited to,
the field of social sciences and community development;
 Two years of working experience relevant to community
organizing;
Qualifications and  Excellent communication skills;
Competencies  Preferably can speak Maguindanaon and/or Maranao;
 Willing to travel to conflict-affected and conflict vulnerable
areas;
 Willing to work on holidays, weekends and beyond office
hours as may be necessary.
 Provide policy recommendation and oversee the overall
operations of JTFCT on the ground;
 Regularly report to the GPH-MILF Socio-economic
Component Office of the Cotabato City;
 Provide technical assistance to the Unit Director, JTFCT
Key Roles and Responsibilities
leadership and Camps Coordinators, partner agencies,
LGUs and other stakeholders for the consolidation of project
initiatives in the Six Camps;
 Coordinate with the JTFCT technical staff, other five
Campus Facilitators, Camps Coordinators, partner agencies,
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LGUs and other stakeholders for the consolidation of project


initiatives in the Six Camps;
 Monitor and evaluate project implementation in one
assigned;
 Prepare and submit reports to the unit/OPAPP on a monthly
basis;
 Coordinate and facilitate flow of activities in the Six
Previously Acknowledge MILF Campus;
 Undertake other tasks as assigned by the Unit Director and
JTFCTs.

Position / Job Title PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER II


Salary Grade SG 15
Position Item / Job Status Contract of Service (COS)
Place of Assignment Cotabato City
 Graduate of a four-year course preferably, but not limited to,
the field of social sciences and community development;
 Two years of working experience relevant to community
organizing;
Qualifications and  Excellent communication skills;
Competencies  Preferably can speak Maguindanaon and/or Maranao;
 Willing to travel to conflict-affected and conflict vulnerable
areas;
 Willing to work on holidays, weekends and beyond office
hours as may be necessary.
 Regularly report to the GPH-MILF Socio-economic
Component Office of the Cotabato City;
 Provide technical assistance to the Unit Director, JTFCT
leadership and Camps Coordinators, partner agencies,
LGUs and other stakeholders for the consolidation of project
initiatives in the Six Camps;
 Coordinate with the JTFCT technical staff, other five
Key Roles and Responsibilities
Campus Facilitators, Camps Coordinators, partner agencies,
LGUs and other stakeholders for the consolidation of project
initiatives in the Six Camps;
 Monitor and evaluate project implementation in one
assigned;
 Prepare and submit reports to the unit/OPAPP on a monthly
basis;

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 Coordinate and facilitate flow of activities in the Six


Previously Acknowledge MILF Campus;
 Undertake other tasks as assigned by the Unit Director and
JTFCTs.

To signify interest, please submit your letter of intent and updated CV to the Human Resource Management
Office (HRMO), Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP), 6th Floor, Agustin
Building I, F. Ortigas Jr. Road, Ortigas Center. You may also send your application letter and CV to
opapp.recruitment2017@gmail.com with the item and unit you are applying for as the subject.

Deadline of application is on February 28, 2018. Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

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