Careers 2019-05-21T03:00:33+00:00

Habitat for Humanity Philippines values diversity and people. From field operations, to office administration and project management, we look for individuals who have the skills and qualifications for the positions in our ministry.

But more importantly, we want people who have the passion and a genuine heart to serve families in need.

See if your qualifications match our openings.

Job Openings

JOB SUMMARY:

Habitat for Humanity Philippines (HFHP) is seeking a professional individual to serve as the Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Specialist, based in Manila.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Information Collection and Management

  • Review the performance of existing management information systems and identification potential modifications or resources,
  • Design and maintain qualitative and quantitative data collection methods and tools, research/ survey procedures and supervision (e.g. Environment/ community scanning/assessment tools, preparation of questionnaires and guidance for KAP survey, needs assessment, Disaster Damage Assessment, Participatory Disaster Risks Assessment -PDRA, housing value chains research and mapping, etc.);
  • Oversee, conduct, support key internal MEAL activities including but not limited to carry out survey/research, analyze data processing (e.g. data transfer, entry, verification and cleaning), M&E planning, evaluation, lesson identified documented as required by the program;
  • Support program / project staff in developing MEAL tools, data management, data analysis, basic surveying and sampling techniques, properly document, organize and capture program progress, project activities;

Monitoring & Evaluation

  • Develop the overall framework for M&E systems, including key indicators, outputs, and outcomes;
  • In conjunction with operations staff, conduct regular field monitoring visits to assess progress of project implementation, identify problems and issues to be addressed and recommend corrective actions and track follow-up actions, and promote compliance by project impact and deliverables;

Accountability

  • Establish a Complaint Handling Mechanism in each project which ensures all beneficiaries cam make confidential complaints and be confident in response processes;
  • Be the first point of contact for beneficiary complaints;
  • Establish mechanism based on the highest integrity which beneficiaries will trust;
  • Ensure that all beneficiaries can safely access the Complaint Handling Mechanism;
  • Monitor complaints received and response (follow-up) process through developing and maintaining a tracking mechanism;
  • Adapt and improve the Complaint Handling Mechanism based on monitoring of its effectiveness;
  • Remembering confidentiality in all steps of the process;
  • With the appropriate Senior Management Team Member, analyze patterns and trends in complaints to help improve the programming.

Capacity Building & Learning

  • Conduct MEAL training need assessments and provide relevant training courses to program staff and local partners;
  • Share and build awareness about MEAL instruments / tools for purposes of learning and improvement
  • Collect best practices and case studies which demonstrate qualitative and quantitative changes
  • Organize/support periodic monitoring reviews and learning events
  • Coordinate on the learning generated from the programs / projects and develop mechanisms to capture, consolidate and disseminate best / promising practices

Others

  • Participate in weekly / monthly / quarterly meetings and initiatives;
  • Support regular reporting to HFHI / Donors
  • Support the Director of Program Operations in the preparation and presentation of reports to the governing Executive Committee and Board of Trustees;
  • Perform other relevant tasks and responsibilities assigned by the Director of Program Operations

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in statistics, economics, sociology, international development or a related field; Master’s Degree in related area preferred
  • Solid professional experience with Non-Governmental Organizations, monitoring and evaluation or project management with responsibility for conducting and managing evaluations; Substance knowledge on quantitative and qualitative research methods, data analysis and interpretation, reporting; experiences in participatory PDM&E approaches is desirable.
  • Sound working knowledge of monitoring, evaluation and learning approaches, including logical frameworks and monitoring plans, multi-site evaluations;
  • Experience in designing data collection instruments and managing data collection
  • Strong analytical and research skills;
  • Strong in Microsoft applications, Word, Excel, Access, SPSS or other database and data analysis software;
  • Willingness to travel

JOB SUMMARY:

Building and leading a new team of construction specialists.  Primary goal of this position is to ensure that HFHP develops and sustains its Program Design, Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning and Construction Quality Assurance / Materials Quality Control (QA/QC) capability to effectively and efficiently design, launch, track and monitor its program and project activities; as well as the ability to disseminate best practice and lessons identified internally and externally. This position / unit is a critical service provider and support counterpart to other units within the organization.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Program and Project Design

  • Understanding the low-income / social housing context in the Philippines and where program / project interventions can have the greatest impact for the organizations target group;
  • Leading the development and management of HFHP’s Project Design and QA/QC system, policies, operational guidelines, frameworks, and procedures in accordance with HFH International MEAL  and Construction Quality guidance;
  • Creating practical tools, innovative approaches and theory of change documents / matrix;
  • Facilitate cross functional specialist teams to develop holistic housing and human settlement projects / programs.

Product and Process Design

  • Lead the technical development of affordable / cost effective / structurally sound / hazard resilient housing and settlement level products (e.g. houses, community infrastructure, WASH, Disaster Risk Mitigation / Climate Change Adaptation features, etc.);
  • Lead the technical development of affordable / cost effective housing and settlement level processes aimed at reducing the vulnerability of communities and increasing their resilience to hazards and shocks (e.g. Community Based Disaster Risk Management, financial literacy, community engagement, hygiene promotion, Construction Technical Assistance etc.);
  • Prioritize the use of appropriate and sustainable construction technologies, in product design, ensuring that innovation follows through vetted process to assess effectiveness, structural performance and sustainability;
  • Ensure that appropriate cost analysis is included in program design, ensuring that MEAL and QA/QC activities are adequately budgeted for in program design.

Research and Development

  • Takes the lead in research and development efforts related to house building, amenities and infrastructure; this may involve new construction technology, cost-efficient design or models, site suitability and others (HFHP advocacies: sustainability, decency and affordability).
  • Reviews proposals submitted by partners/providers and conducts an assessment of the viability of the proposal.
  • Coordinates with internal and external stakeholders on the implementation and benefits of new proposals.
  • Develops models according to the new proposal (green building, cost-efficient building technology)

Program and Project Design

  • Understanding the low-income / social housing context in the Philippines and where program / project interventions can have the greatest impact for the organizations target group;
  • Leading the development and management of HFHP’s Project Design and QA/QC system, policies, operational guidelines, frameworks, and procedures in accordance with HFH International MEAL  and Construction Quality guidance;
  • Creating practical tools, innovative approaches and theory of change documents / matrix;
  • Facilitate cross functional specialist teams to develop holistic housing and human settlement projects / programs.

Product and Process Design

  • Lead the technical development of affordable / cost effective / structurally sound / hazard resilient housing and settlement level products (e.g. houses, community infrastructure, WASH, Disaster Risk Mitigation / Climate Change Adaptation features, etc.);
  • Lead the technical development of affordable / cost effective housing and settlement level processes aimed at reducing the vulnerability of communities and increasing their resilience to hazards and shocks (e.g. Community Based Disaster Risk Management, financial literacy, community engagement, hygiene promotion, Construction Technical Assistance etc.);
  • Prioritize the use of appropriate and sustainable construction technologies, in product design, ensuring that innovation follows through vetted process to assess effectiveness, structural performance and sustainability;
  • Ensure that appropriate cost analysis is included in program design, ensuring that MEAL and QA/QC activities are adequately budgeted for in program design

Research and Development

  • Takes the lead in research and development efforts related to house building, amenities and infrastructure; this may involve new construction technology, cost-efficient design or models, site suitability and others (HFHP advocacies: sustainability, decency and affordability)
  • Reviews proposals submitted by partners/providers and conducts an assessment of the viability of the proposal
  • Coordinates with internal and external stakeholders on the implementation and benefits of new proposals
  • Develops models according to the new proposal (green building, cost-efficient building technology)
  • Oversees documentation and archiving of research and development output for consideration in future sites or projects

Technical / Construction Management

  • Reviews documentation needed for each project such as design and budget proposals, work plans, material requisitions, construction schedules, and project status/assessment reports
  • Coordinates with partners for site-testing; analyze recommendations and evaluates site suitability to determine most applicable model
  • Drafts project design criteria and presents to SMT
  • Conducts regular site visits.  Discusses cost, timeliness, safety and quality issues with project team
  • Reviews copy of turnover approval from site engineer for project closeout; supervises post-construction activities

Unit Management and Administration

  • Provides functional leadership to a team of managers/professionals, including hiring/firing, mentoring, performance review, pay recommendations and administrative decisions

Others

  • Participate in weekly / monthly / quarterly meetings and initiatives
  • Support regular reporting to HFHI
  • Support the PD MEAL Director/Head of Operations in the preparation and presentation of reports to the governing Executive Committee and Board of Trustees
  • Perform other relevant tasks and responsibilities assigned by the PD MEAL Director/Head of Operations

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

  • College graduate preferably in Engineering with a minimum of 10 years’ experience, preferably with some post-graduate credit
  • At least 5 years’ experience in a leadership role
  • Knowledgeable on legislation and policies such as government housing and building and construction

JOB SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

Quantity Surveying

  • Reviews and conducts value engineering to existing bill of materials for all HFHP housing and non-housing designs;
  • Prepares bill of materials for projects with new designs or construction processes;
  • Maintains database of construction materials, labor and equipment costs (including database of suppliers) in coordination with the procurement team and regional hubs’ staff;
  • Coordinates with Resource Development Staff as regards vendors/suppliers with existing partnerships with HFHP to account for possible discounts in the procurement of goods and/or services;
  • During the construction phase, reviews and/or prepares bill of materials for variation orders related to additional materials, labor and/or equipment in coordination with the procurement team and regional hubs’ staff; Provide recommendations to avoid future variation orders.

Pre-Construction Phase Quality Control

  • Assists the Head of Design and Innovation in reviewing and validating preliminary site investigation and technical assessment including environmental safeguards conducted by regional hubs’ staffs;
  • Reviews plans prepared by DIT Technical Staff;
  • Reviews bill of materials, construction schedule, manpower schedule, equipment schedule and budgetary cost breakdown for other construction related expenditures not included in BOM (i.e. expenses for material tests, acquisition of building permits, etc.) prepared by regional hubs’ staffs;
  • Coordinates with concerned HFHP staffs as regards inquiries, corrections, revisions and recommendations as regards preliminary site investigation, technical assessment, design plans, bill of materials and schedule of construction, manpower and equipment.

Document Management

  • Systematically organizes and files all pre-construction documents following HFHP rules in document management for both soft and hard copies
  • Maintains proper storage and retrieval of files.

Others

  • Participates in weekly / monthly / quarterly meetings and initiatives;
  • Supports the Head of Design and Innovation in the preparation of presentations (and training materials) needed for meetings, conferences, seminars, capacity building, etc.;
  • Prepares technical calculations and technical specifications as needed;
  • Assists during the procurement of works, goods and services;
  • Performs other relevant tasks and responsibilities assigned by the Head of Design and Innovation

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Degree holder in Civil Engineering;
  • Minimum of 6 years’ experience with progressive responsibility in quantity surveying with emphasis on architecture, structural, plumbing, electrical and civil disciplines preferably in housing and community facility design and construction;
  • Excellent understanding and interpretation of drawings and technical specifications from different disciplines for housing and community facilities;
  • At least 3 years’ cumulative experience working in construction site;
  • At least 2 years’ experience in reviewing/preparing documents for bidding and building permits;
  • Preferably with experience in using AutoCAD, SketchUp, PCA COL, STAAD, and other engineering software;
  • Having an up-to-date database of contractors/vendors/suppliers is a BIG PLUS;
  • Experience in quantity surveying for new technologies (e.g. bamboo-steel-concrete technology) is a PLUS;
  • Experience in Construction Management and Structural Design is a PLUS.

JOB SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

Technical Drawings and Construction Documents

  • Prepares/updates drawings developed from basic data supplied;
  • Converts sketches or specifications of the project or product from the Head of Design and Innovation, Field Staff and/or internal/external consultants i.e. architect, engineer or other designer, into detailed CAD drawings;
  • Responsible for the clarity, completeness and accuracy of drawings and presentation materials produced;
  • Accountable for the production of drawings and other drafting requirements following HFHP design standards and drafting quality procedures;
  • Coordinates with Site Staffs and provides the needed documents for bidding and building permits related to design plans.

Technical Research and Development

  • Conducts research on innovative, green and cost-efficient designs for housing and community facilities including but not limited to new or innovative construction materials and construction techniques;
  • Reviews proposals submitted by partners/providers and conducts an assessment of the viability of the proposal;
  • Assist the Head of Design and Innovation in the development and preparation of new proposals of new / remodelled products (e.g. green building, cost-efficient building technology, etc.);
  • Responsible for the documentation and archiving of research and development output for consideration in future sites or projects.

Document Management

  • Systematically organizes and files all plans and documents following HFHP rules in document management for both soft and hard copies;
  • Maintains proper storage and retrieval of files.

Others

  • Participates in weekly / monthly / quarterly meetings and initiatives;
  • Supports the Head of Design and Innovation in the preparation of presentations (and training materials) needed for meetings, conferences, seminars, capacity building, etc.;
  • Performs other relevant tasks and responsibilities assigned by the Head of Design and Innovation

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Degree holder in Architecture or Civil Engineering;
  • Minimum of 4 years’ experience with progressive responsibility in drafting and/or construction-related CAD experience with emphasis on architecture, structural, plumbing, electrical and civil disciplines preferably in housing and community facility designs;
  • At least 2 years’ experience in preparation of documents for bidding and building permits;
  • At least 1 year cumulative experience working in construction site;
  • Ability to understand and interpret drawings and technical specifications from different disciplines for housing and community facilities;
  • Proficient in the latest version of AutoCad, SketchUp and other CAD software;
  • Preferably with experience in using national and international codes in drawing details and/or connections for different disciplines;
  • Experience in drawing designs for new technologies (e.g. bamboo-steel-concrete technology) is a PLUS

JOB SUMMARY:

The Finance Director provides over-all leadership to the entire Finance and Support Services function that include Risk Management and Control, Procurement, Treasury and IT

  • The position is responsible for managing the finance and support services functions of HFHP.
  • Implements programs and policies to ensure functional efficiency.
  • Responsible for the day-to-day management of a team of professionals.
  • Implements programs and policies to safeguard financial and physical resources.
  • HFHI and donor requirements related to the disposition of funds and financial reporting for HFHP projects.
  • Establishes partnerships with external organizations to meet HFHP goals.
  • As part of the senior management team, reviews and decides on issues that have significant impact on the organization

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Plans, directs, controls, coordinates and evaluates the following sub unit:
    • Finance
    • Procurement
    • Treasury
    • Inventory / Fixed Assets
    • Credit / Collection
    • Internal Controls, Risk Management and Compliance
    • Establish & implements standards, policies and processes across the organization & monitors functional areas to ensure compliance with HFHP/HFHI requirements.
  • Develop operating budget(s) and ensure programmatic success / organizational sustainability through cost analysis support, and compliance with all contractual and program requirements. This includes:
    • Interpreting legislative and program rules and regulations to ensure compliance with all governmental, local and contractual guidelines
    • Ensuring that all government regulations and requirements are disseminated to appropriate personnel and implemented, and monitoring compliance
  • As a member of the senior management team, participate and contribute toward the achievement of Habitat Philippines annual and long range strategic planning objectives. This includes developing appropriate strategies, activities and key performance indicators; in addition to the development of sustainable business models.
  • Advises on the feasibility of projects, reviews proposed projects and status of ongoing projects, and makes recommendations on issues affecting the organization.
  • Oversees the management and coordination of all internal and external fiscal reporting activities for HFHP including, but not limited to:
    • Internal: organizational revenue/expense and balance sheet reports, cash flow reports / projections, reports to funding agencies, development and monitoring of organizational and project budgets.
    • External: comply with government financial and tax reporting requirements; BOI reporting; SEC reporting;
  • Develops and manages an annual plan for the function such as treasury, budgeting, tax, accounting, purchasing, and information systems.
  • Presents financial reports and makes recommendations to the executive committee / Board of Trustees on matters pertaining to the departments function.
  • Monitor and maintain banking activities of the organization.
  • Ensure internal and external audit recommendations are implemented in a timely and efficient manner; including regular reporting to the SMT / Area Office on progress made
  • Provide functional leadership to a team of managers/professionals/specialist, including mentoring, performance review and pay recommendations.
  • Performs other job-related duties as may be assigned from time to time.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s degree in accounting or business administration, or equivalent business experience and 10+ years of progressively responsible experience
  • At least 5 years’ experience in a leadership role
  • Cross cultural management skills
  • Analytical skills
  • Computer skills: word-processing, spreadsheet preparation, internet usage; financial software
  • Strong organizational and team-building skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Strong training and facilitation skills

JOB SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Financial Planning/Budget Preparation

  • Facilitates organizational budget preparation (per regional office, per line of business, functional unit, and over-all) for submission to SMT and NBOT.
  • Facilitates budget preparation per fund source (per project and donor) for submission to respective donor agencies
  • Reviews the project costing prepared at the inception of the project proposal.
  • Regularly reviews the list of standard cost of construction-related materials as well as other costs that is necessary in drafting a project cost report by Operations Team.

Fund Administration

  • Acts as budget holder for Admin/Unrestricted Funds per Delegation of Authority
  • Reviews and approves liquidation of petty cash/revolving fund of PNO and regional offices
  • Monitors and conducts timely follow-up of projected cash inflow with RD.
  • Lead in thorough analysis of appropriateness of each expense charged to each project and reflects any funding gaps in a regular report to be discussed to Head of Finance & Controller and publish such in order to inform COO & Head of RD.
  • Make sure to regularly align the project revenue & expense projections with RD and Operations team to avoid funding gaps.

Accounting and Taxation

  • Reviews and ensures correctness and validity of supporting documents for cash receipts, project-related disbursements & non-cash transactions, and project adjustments of PNO and regional offices before forwarding to respective staff for entry in Sun system.
  • Regular review of all active/open projects to ensure accuracy that all related project entries were properly captured on the respective period and labeled with proper L codes (project, department, donor, event & line of business).
  • Ensures generation of reliable and timely project financial statements and provides analysis for submission to SMT monthly
  • Ensures project compliance with government tax and other legal regulations (ie. BIR, SEC, LGU, etc.)

Donor Compliance

  • Checks provisions in donor agreements on Finance matters and reporting and ensures compliance.

Financial Monitoring

  • Prepares and analyzes Budget Variance Reports (over-all/ organizational) for monthly SMT reporting and quarterly NBOT reporting
  • Monitors and analyzes Fund Utilization per fund source (per project and per donor), and ensures full cost recovery especially for Admin costs (ensures preparation of journal entry for program costs and supervision or admin costs recovery allocation & charging to various projects)
  • Facilitates Budget Variance Analysis per fund source (per project and per donor) and coordinates with donor management & project team for submission to donor agencies.
  • Reviews the work of the Project Coordinator for submission to other departments, in compliance with donor requirements or monthly active projects report which is to be forwarded to the Controller for completion of monthly cashflow.

Internal Control and Audits

  • Coordinates with external audits (annual and interim) and attends to external auditors’ finance project related concerns.
  • Coordinates regular donor audits and attend to project/donor auditors’ concerns
  • Recommends internal control measures, finance policies and procedures to strengthen the organization’s internal control and financial management system, and documents and incorporates the enhanced finance policies and procedures into the Finance Manual
  • Conducts due diligence process in selection of Implementing Partner.

Database and File Management

  • Ensures maintenance of complete and updated project and donor softcopy & hardcopy files e.g. Agreements, contracts, addendum of contracts, budget, reports etc.).
  • Supervise proper filing of bank account documents.
  • Supervise proper storage & inventory of accountable forms (official receipt and checks).

Continuing Professional Education

  • Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.

Staff Development and Performance Management

  • Takes active role in training and developing staff including mentoring, cross – functional assignments, job rotations, stretch assignments, mobility to new roles and positions.
  • Identifies performance expectations, assesses staff performance, gives timely feedback and conducts formal performance appraisals.
  • Recognize team members based on performance
  • Takes timely and appropriate corrective actions on erring staff.

Others

  • Perform other related job duties or tasks that will provide career growth, as endorsed and approved by the Finance Director.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Work Experience

  • 10 years combined experience in Accounting, of which 5 years deals with fund accounting.
  • At least 5 years in finance project management, of which is composed of complex grants and a wide variety of donors (both local & international).
  • Involvement in working with International NGO and simultaneously handles international or large-scale projects, with a minimum of 50 projects at once.
  • Meaningful experience in leading a team.

Education / Training

  • Degree in Accountancy or business-related course.  MBA or CPA license is a plus.

Required Personal Characteristics

  • Possesses strong complex analytical and problem-solver; very good leadership andpeople-management and can communicate articulately, Builds collaborative relationship and internal and external customer orientation ;

Special Skills / Knowledge

  • Basic and Fundamentals Computer skills knowledge
  • Meaningful involvement or exposure in on ground project implementation.
  • Experience working with people at different levels in the organization and of various race & culture.

JOB SUMMARY:

The Habitat for Humanity–Hilti Foundation Project aims to improve the environmental impact, resilience, and quality of home construction in the Philippines. With this, the project targets to construct 10,000 disaster-resilient, low-cost Bamboo Cement Frame Houses for vulnerable informal settler families (ISFs) in Negros Occidental in the next five years. Beyond the construction of the homes, the project intends to:

  • Provide innovative housing solutions and help in the development of sustainable communities with local government units (LGUs); and
  • Promote the use of sustainable eco-friendly construction technologies to help reduce home construction’s impact on Climate Change.

Its three core implementation concepts are:

  • Green: Promoting the adoption of environmentally friendly construction materials and practices.
  • Disaster-resilient: Reducing poor households’ vulnerability to natural hazards through safer construction and better community design; and
  • Sustainable Community: Ensuring that the social, economic, environmental and political factors are present to help the community thrive and become independent and self-reliant.

A coalition of stakeholders, led by Habitat, Hilti and local government units, will implement the project. Partnerships with national government agencies, other NGOs, land developers, vulnerable informal communities and research institutions will support and add value. Hence, the project seeks to form an innovative, motivated and professional implementation team. One of the critical members of the team is the Project Manager, who reports to the Senior Project Manager of the project.

The Project Manager provides leadership in project implementation, house construction, and community development in a site.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Implements the appropriate program/operational models and activities (Construction and Community Development) at his/her assigned site;
  • Manages the different cross functional teams at the site (Community Development and Construction), ensuring that they are aligned and operating according to agreed plans;
  • Manages and reviews the site’s program budget, targets and timelines;
  • Recommends solutions to the Senior Project Manager regarding program/operational issues and set-backs;
  • Submits regular operational/program reports to the Senior Project Manager, donors and other Habitat departments/Partners;
  • Manages, coaches and mentors site personnel;
  • Ensures the proper selection of families according to HFH criteria and their timely transition to HFH houses and other programs in the site;
  • Validates that HFH houses and other structures in the site adhere to Habitat and local government construction guidelines, codes, policies, and procedures;
  • Identifies, initiates and coordinates with potential partnerships in coordination with the Senior Project Manager to help implement the project’s sustainable community concept and ensures that all agreed HFH and partner deliverables and requirements for the site are met;
  • Monitors the implementation of good governance and estate management policies and community plans in the site; and
  • Other related duties as assigned by the Supervisor.

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Education / Training:

Bachelor’s Degree in a development course, engineering or architecture preferred

Work Experience:

  • Must have at least 5 years solid experience in project management preferably with a construction organization or housing institution in a NGO setting;
  • Strong experience working with local government units and other NGOs; and
  • Experience in disaster response and mitigation and previous Habitat experience would be an advantage.

Special Skills / Knowledge: Management skills, knowledge of basic construction methods & networking abilities

Personal Qualities:

  • Strong leadership and interpersonal skills,
  • Knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel and Powerpoint) and Internet,
  • Good written and oral communication skills in English and Filipino, and
  • Ability to speak Ilonggo is AN ADVANTAGE

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Support administrative needs of the HYLB Leadership Academy activities in country

  • Attend meetings and prepare minutes and actions steps
  • Schedule training programs and maintain up to date training calendar
  • Support the HYLB Leadership Academy Coordinator in the roll-out of training program and activities
  • Help prepare partnership proposals and identify possible training program partners

Event planning for training events

  • Lead the procurement and reproduction of training materials and tools in compliance with the national procurement policies
  • Prepare materials needed for trainings
  • Coordinate logistics of training events
  • Liaise with partners on training logistics and training details

Maintaining Program Data

  • Maintain training data using tools provided by the regional team
  • Administrate the Training Database
  • Gather data for training reports and assist in the preparation of reports
  • Prepare timely reports, case studies/impact stories and other program milestones

Support Country Master Trainers and Country Trainers

  • Undergo Country Master Training program and become a certified CMT
  • Help identify, recruit, train, and support the development and growth of CMTs
  • Assists trainers in planning their training program and schedule
  • Support and help administrate the leadership program community of practice calls/national learning circle.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Education / Training: Bachelors’ degree required

Work Experience: 1-2 years related experience in youth engagement, event management and project coordination

Special Skills / Knowledge:

  • Event planning and coordination
  • Logistics management
  • Administrating databases in Excel, preparing presentations, and reports
  • Intermediate Excel skills (advanced preferred)
  • Passionate about developing young leaders
  • Good writing and verbal communication skills
  • Good administrative skills

Other Skills: Preferably has licensed to drive.

Required Personal Characteristics:  Tact and Discretion, Accuracy and Attention to Detail, Organization and Time Management

JOB SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Compensation Administration

• Ensure the compensation practices are in compliance with current DOLE requirements
• Check Job Description and prepare Job Analysis and Job Evaluation
• Implement the pay and cash benefits policies for HFHP staff for all employment status
• Manage the monthly payroll preparation process for all HFHP staff including earnings and deductions, mandatory contributions, loans withholding tax and others through Bridge system
• Process and monitor salary advances and provide notification on the limitation request

Benefits Administration

• Use various methods and techniques and make data base decisions on direct financial, indirect financial and nonfinancial compensations.
• Process enrollments and payment of insurance premiums for inclusion and deletion ensuring accurate data is on hand.
• Manage and handle the renewal requirements for the company’s insurance and health programs, and make sound recommendation if renewal is needed.
• Handle the implementation and availment requirements of government-mandated and company-sponsored benefits programs.

Final Pay Administration

• Process computation of final pay and separation documents of separated staff
• Facilitate monitoring of separated staff
• Facilitate issuance of Certificate of Employment to staff

Reports

• Prepare annual compensation and withholding tax report of all the staff including the Certificate of Compensation Payment/Tax Withheld for the year for each employee
• Prepare the monthly salary allocation and payroll entries required by Finance
• Prepare the annual separation pay report and monitors staff exits.

Special Projects

• Participate in salary and labour market survey to determine prevailing pay rates and benefits
• Handle special projects assigned by HR Director or HR Manager for the improvement or streamlining of HR systems, specifically on maximizing the use of Bridge system.
• Performs other job-related duties as may be assigned from time to time

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Education/Training: College graduate preferably in a HR-related course (e.g. Behavioral science, Human Resource Management, Psychology, and any related course)

Work Experience: At least three (3) years of work experience in HR. Proven work experience in compensation and benefits. Prior experience in HR practices and compensation cycle management.

Skills: Familiarity with various types of incentive and benefits. Extensive knowledge of HRIS and advance Excel.  Exceptional organizational skills, strong analytical and evaluative skills, able to multi-task and set priorities, good mathematical and computer skills (esp. Excel)

Required Personal Characteristics: Protocol-oriented, creative and resourceful, able to work collaboratively, interest in current events (public affairs and the political process).

JOB SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

Relationship Building

  • Steward and support the NBOT / CCC in fulfilling their roles and responsibilities in relation to fundraising
  • Help maintain relationship with HNI and companies availing BOI tax incentive and HLURB compliance
  • Maintain donor relationship by keeping them abreast of the developments with Habitat and involve them in relevant Habitat events.
  • Work with Special Funds Unit Head in developing strategic donor engagements, prospect management & execute identified plans.
  • Ensure that the CCC, HNI, and companies availing the BOI tax incentive and HLURB compliance fulfill their commitments to Habitat.
  • Develop relevant events to bring the network of NBOT, CCC and HNIs to support the mission thereby expanding the donor base and increasing revenue

Resource Development

  • Develop fund-raising programs and events in accordance with short and long-term fundraising goals with the assistance of the Communications Department.
  • Develop a network of corporate and individual donors from the referrals of CCC Members / NBOT / Ambassadors.
  • Prepare presentations and proposals for fundraising events and programs priorities in coordination with relevant departments.

Regional Coordination and Support

  • Cascade and monitor regional fundraising campaigns and events involving CCC Members, NBOTs, HNIs, companies availing the BOI tax incentive & HULRB partners ensuring alignment with the RD targets and plans

Others

  • Perform other related tasks that may be assigned from time to time by the Special Funds Unit Head & the RD Director.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: Bachelor’s Degree

Work Experience: At least 2-3 years progressive experience in the field of relationship/account management. Experience in professional writing, sales, and event planning are recommended.

Special Training: Training related to Fundraising, as well as presentation skills.

Specialized Skills & Knowledge: Advanced public relations skills, knowledgeable of PR protocols. Possession of donor network is an advantage.

Personal Qualities: Effective sales and networking skills, strategic thinking, excellent interpersonal skills, excellent presentation skills; self-directed; able to multi-task, flexible personality; excellent negotiator and high persuasive skills; strong customer-driven focus.

JOB SUMMARY:

In accordance to the approved and agreed directions set by the Social Investment, HNI Resource Development Unit Head in alignment with the strategic plan, the Fundraising Manager HLURB BOI conceptualizes, develops and implements fundraising strategies to engage and forge long-term partnerships with the private sector, focusing on developers through the HLURB and BOI partnership with particular focus on the Negros Oriental Habitat for Humanity and Hilti Housing Project.

JOB SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

Fundraising strategy development

  • Working with the SI HNI RD Unit Head, identify new initiatives
  • Develop the SI fundraising strategies and implementation plan to achieve the annual and long-term revenue objectives of Hilti funded projects
  • Guide and support the fundraising officer ensuring compliance and alignment to the unit’s goals and objectives
  • Collaborate with other units and departments in the fulfillment of the SI plans and activities

Donor acquisition, stewardship and reengagement

  • Develop a sustainable pipeline and network of target developers and corporates (BOI) to support and fund Hilti housing projects and other priority housing programs
  • Prepare presentations, proposals and appeals in coordination with other departments and units
  • Maintain and update donor/partner pipeline
  • Ensure donor and partnership excellent stewardship in collaboration with the Donor Management Unit

Social Investors

  • Develop and maintain a network of Social Investor partners for HLURB housing compliance
  • In coordination with the project development cross functional committee, assist in the development of social investment products and projects

Management

  • Effectively manage staff
  • Prepare reports
  • Train and mentor staff for individual career development and leadership succession to support the progressive growth, sustainability of the organization
  • Foster a collaborative team effort and supported individual growth

Others

  • Perform other related tasks that may be assigned from time to time

JOB QUALIFICATIONS / SPECIFICATIONS:

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Management, Marketing or related field.

Work Experience: At least 3-5 years progressive experience in the field of Resource Mobilization, Management, Sales and Marketing.

Special Training: Training related to Fundraising, Sales, Management

Specialized Skills & Knowledge: Advanced public relations skills and carrying a broad network of potential donor base, Business and Organizational Development, Operations and Management, Excellent writing and communications skills.

Personal Qualities: Effective networking skills, strategic thinking, excellent interpersonal skills, excellent presentation skills; self–directed; able to multi-task, flexible personality; excellent negotiator and high persuasive skills; strong customer – driven focus

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