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Vacant positions based in Quezon City
Economic Justice Campaigns Programme Manager – S/he will lead in the delivery of Oxfam’s economic justice advocacy and campaign in the Philippines, with a particular focus on agriculture and climate change. S/he is expected to coordinate with regional and global Oxfam International (OI) economic justice campaign mechanisms, to provide high-quality support to partners and allies for the development of advocacy and campaign strategies on economic justice and link this work with the global campaign and to manage the unit’s processes and systems according to Oxfam’s standards and contribute to Oxfam’s global and regional campaign priorities. Gender Justice Programme Coordinator – the successful recruit will lead and manage the development and delivery of our Gender Justice (GJ) Strategy in the country. It includes the gender dimensions of the joint work of Oxfam in the country within its three programmes. S/he is expected to steer the implementation of the GJ strategy seamlessly and to provide high-quality support to the different units of the country programme and to partners for the development and implementation of Gender Justice strategies. Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) Coordinator – s/he is expected to lead, manage and strengthen Oxfam’s MEL systems in the Philippines. Key responsibilities include coordinating the development and implementation of Oxfam’s MEL framework; provide support to programme staff in relation to MEL; S/he is also expected to ensure that the country team delivers on quality compliance with donor requirements and to systematize collection, analyses and recording of information to make sure programme learning is well documented and contributes to knowledge building and sharing. Programme Manager for DRR – Lead operationalisation of the DRR strategies of Oxfam, responsible for capacity-building of partners on DRR-CCA, including mainstreaming DRR-CCA in sustainable livelihoods work in Mindanao; partnership-building and development around new actions, e.g., urban vulnerabilities; advocacy on DRR-CCA, including constituency-building, particularly at the national level, e.g., mainstreaming and institutionalisation in development plans; and sustaining knowledge management on DRR and CCA integration. Programme Manager for EPR – S/he is expected to have direct field experience of disaster response and risk management including emergencies assessment, planning and implementation; a demonstrated commitment to community-based approaches. Responsible for the operational management of all Category III responses being implemented either directly or through partners; capacity-building of Oxfam partners on DRM, especially those belonging to the HRC and those in Mindanao; enhancement of internal humanitarian response systems and processes; and advocacy on humanitarian protection particularly at the national level.

Programme Officer for Rights-in-Crisis (RiC) (fixed term until 31 March 2013) – the successful recruit will provide operational support to the RiC Team in implementing projects and initiatives on both emergency preparedness and response (EPR) and on disaster risk reduction (DRR) and also support regular review of the contingency plan as well as secretariat support to various Humanitarian fora that Oxfam is actively involved in as a key member/ leader. Finance Officer – s/he will lead the finance team in ensuring the quality and efficient delivery of financial services and support to the programme according to Oxfam policies, systems and standards on financial management. Key responsibilities include Financial control and budgeting; Financial information and reporting; Contract management; Cash management and providing support to the Country programmes. IT Officer – s/he will lead in the management and maintenance of all computer systems and communications equipment in all country offices as per the requirements of the Oxfam programme in the Philippines in coordination Information Systems Department based in Bangkok and Oxford. S/he is expected to ensure that IT systems in these offices are compatible and adapt to the corporate standards. S/he is expected to provide training and up-to-date information to staff on new IT systems and packages. Administrative Officer – s/he will manage and lead the Administrative team in providing an effective, efficient and timely administrative and logistics support to the country programme, suboffices and contributes to the overall team purpose.

Vacant positions based in Davao City:
Programme Manager for Women’s Rights and Gender Mainstreaming – s/he will manage and maintain a robust gender programme portfolio in Mindanao by providing quality support to local partners, including facilitating participatory and action-oriented learning. S/he will act as stand-in for the Mindanao Programme Coordinator with various external publics in Mindanao Programme Officer for Disaster Risk Reduction – in line with Oxfam’s Joint Country Analysis and Strategy (JCAS), the Mindanao Programme’s strategy and three-year operational plan, assist in implementing DRR strategies and relevant approaches by working with other programmes and Mindanao partners. S/he is also expected to contribute to the overall humanitarian and development programme quality including grant processes.

At Oxfam, we believe that every aspect of our work can lead to a positive outcome so make the most of this considerable challenge by sending an application letter clearly stating the position you are applying and your Curriculum Vitae (CV) to etadeo@oxfam.org.uk We particularly welcome application from women and people of indigenous backgrounds. Closing date for accepting applications: 15 March 2012

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