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Now hiring at DSWD Bicol: 372 new field workers

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Regional Office in Bicol is seeking applicants to fill in the position of 372 new field workers.

Now hiring at DSWD Bicol: 372 new field workers
Now hiring at DSWD Bicol: 372 new field workers
Said field workers will be assigned anywhere in the region under the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services-National Community-Driven Development Program (KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP, formerly known as KALAHI CIDSS), DSWD Field Office V Director Arnel B. Garcia explained.

“KALAHI CIDSS NCDDP will commence sometime in September and e are giving our best effort to complete the recruitment process for this program by the end of August," he explained.

DSWD will accept applications until August 15, 2014 for the following vacant positions:

Area coordinators

Quantity needed: 48
Salary Grade: 18 (Php31,351.00)
Minimum Qualification Standards:
Education: Graduate of any 4 year course relevant to social development
Experience:5 years of relevant, progressive work experience, of which:
3 years should be in a supervisory or semi-managerial capacity,
3 years should be in development assistance projects; Training: 40 Hrs. of relevant training Gender & Development related training a plus.
Others: Demonstrated leadership and project management capabilities
Effective verbal and written communication skills
Computer literate in MS Office applications

Deputy area coordinators

Quantity needed: 92
Salary Grade: 17 (Php29,028.00)
Minimum Qualification Standards:
Education: Graduate of Civil Engineering course, preferably a licensed Civil Engineer
Experience: Five years of relevant experience in rural or community-based infrastructure development, three (3) years of which in foreign assisted development projects
Training: Preferably with relevant technical trainings on water supply systems, roads and bridges, procurement, and other social infrastructure
Others: Demonstrated competencies in construction and contract management
Effective verbal and written communication skills
Computer literate in MS Office applications

Municipal financial analysts

Quantity needed: 70
Salary Grade: 13 (Php21,436.00)
Minimum Qualification Standards:
Education: Business graduate or preferably Accountancy
Experience: At least 1 year relevant work experience
Others:
Computer literate
Can work well with others e.g. self-confident, assertive, independent-minded
Out of some 1500 applicants for community facilitators who applied since February, 495 passed the written examination and will be notified for the panel interview by Human Resource and Development
Department of Social Welfare and Development
Field Office V
PBN, Buraguis, Legazpi City
KALAHI CIDSS–NCDDP
Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan
Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services
National Community-Driven Development
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personnel through text/call anytime this week. DSWD will still entertain application for the aforementioned until August 15, 2014. Listed below are the details:
Position
Quantity
Salary Grade
Minimum Qualification Standards
Community Facilitators
162
13 (php21,436.00)
Education: Graduate of any 4 year course relevant to social development
Experience: Two (2) years of relevant, progressive work experience in development assistance projects
Training: At least four (4) hours of relevant training experience.
Others: Demonstrated capabilities in community organizing and social facilitation/mobilization
Effective verbal and written communication skills
Computer literate in MS Office applications

DSWD is also accepting applications to fill in several region-based staff positions. The deadline for submission of applications is on August 11, 2014.

Regional Procurement Officer

Quantity: 1
Salary Grade: 22 (Php42,652.00)
Minimum Qualification Standards:
Education: Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering
Experience: At least five (5) years work experience in social development program/project with procurement related function; three (3) years of which in foreign assisted projects; facilitated procurement activities using the World Bank, Asian Development Bank (ADB) and other international funding institution (IFI) including the RA 9184. Experience in community-based procurement is an advantage.
Training: 48 hours of relevant procurement training, must be proficient with computer application using MS Wword, Excel, Powerpoint, Access and other applicable software.
Eligibility: Preferably licensed engineer

Regional Training Assistant

Quantity: 1
Salary Grade: 11 (Php18,549.00)
Minimum Qualification Standards:
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science or Education
Experience: Three (3) years of training experience in community focused development work, especially adult education
Others: Strong group facilitation skills, competency in the following areas: Communication/Human Relations, Administrative Skills, Organization Development Skills

Community Development Officers (CDO) II

Quantity: 8
Salary Grade: 15 (Php24,887.00)
Minimum Qualification Standards:
Education: Bachelor’s degree in Community Development, Anthropology, Public Administration, Social Work, or any of the Social Science, Post-graduate degree or units in social science, sociology, anthropology, community development, development research, project management, and/or development studies will be an advantage.
Experience: At least two (2) years of combined, progressive experience in project management, community organizing and community development strategies/methodologies. Experience in participatory local governance, community-based resource management, community-based disaster risk reduction management, and conflict sensitivity and peace building, and IP sensitivity will be an advantage. Experience in foreign assisted projects will also be an advantage.
Training: At least 40 hours of relevant training in project management, community organizing, and community development approaches, strategies/methodologies, and gender and development, Community-based resource management, community-based disaster risk reduction management, conflict sensitivity, peace building or IP and ICC engagement.
Others: Proficiency in word processing and database applications (MS Office).
Excellent in written and verbal communication skills, proficient in the major dialect of the region to which s/he will be assigned.
Other region-based vacancies will also be announced soon.

Interested applicants are required to submit the following: (1) Application letter addressed to Dir. Arnel B. Garcia, CESO II; (2) comprehensive resume with 2x2 ID picture and brief job descriptions of positions handled with previous employers; and (3) Transcript of Records (photocopy)

All workers who will be hired for KALAHI CIDSS─NCDDP shall be based on Contract of Service (COS) or Memorandum of Agreement (MOA). The COS or MOA refers to the agreement entered into by and between the DSWD and the party being hired or the worker. It defines the terms of engagement between two parties and specifies among others the type of service, expected outputs required of the position, compensation, period covered, benefits (if any) and fund source.

For concerns about KALAHI CIDSS─NCDDP hiring, applicants can call HRD through 480.0381/480.0547. Please look for Ms. Irish Mendez.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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