Job Vacancy July 19, 2017 PDF Print

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Project title: DYNASLOPE

Project description:Monitoring of, and early warning for landslides, as a viable risk mitigation measure, reduces potential socio-economic losses due to relocation of communities at risk. It provides an alternative to engineering interventions, and thus contributes to the reduction of landslide hazard mitigation costs. The program aims to operate, optimize and assess the deep-seated landslide early warning system deployed in 51 sites across the Philippines. The current system consists of sensor-based and community-based monitoring systems, and protocols for monitoring and early warning.

Implementing Agency: Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS)

Employment status: Contract of Services under PHIVOLCS locally-funded project

Contract Duration:·August 1 to December 31, 2017

Position Title: Science Research Specialist I

Job Description:

  • Creates materials for maintenance procedures of datalogger and sensor field deployments;
  • Creates timely maintenance plans for datalogger and sensor field deployments;
  • Ensures that dataloggers and sensors deployed in the field are working that the targeted project uptime;
  • Documents fieldwork activities;
  • Conduct pre and post fieldwork administrative tasks;
  • Conduct work related to implementation of early warning system protocol
  • Does regular in-office monitoring of project sites

Qualifications / Eligibility:

  • Graduate of any electrical, electronic or IT technical course·
  • At least two (2) years experience in on site deployment of dataloggers system or similar·
  • At least two (2) years experience in electronics prototype production·
  • Able to do electronics prototyping using any CAD software·
  • Able to work with common office software·
  • Demonstrate good communication and interpersonal skills·
  • Willing to do minimal construction and labor intensive jobs·
  • Can and willing to go on long and frequent fieldworks·
  • Can and willing to render fieldworks on weekends and holidays··
  • Can work well with a team··
  • Can work independently

Requirements:

  1. Application letter addressed to:

Dr. Renato U. Solidum, Jr.

Officer-in-Charge

Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology

  1. Curriculum Vitae
  1. Transcript of Records

Submit on or before July 21, 2017 to:

Ms. Richel B. De Mesa

HRMD Section, Finance and Administrative Division

Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology

Email:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , cc

Phone: 426 1468 loc. 138 or 140

 

Available positions:

One (1) Information Officer III (Community team)

●·······Job Description

○·····perform functions of Supervising SRS (Community team), in case of absence

○·····assist in planning and assessment of the community team

○·····facilitate on-site seminar-workshops and follow-up consultations for communities and LGUs

○·····conduct preparatory seminar/consultation activities (training needs analysis; training design; preparation/arrangements for seminar participants, materials, venue, food, and budget)

○·····conduct post-seminar/consultation activities (report writing, training follow-up)

○·····conduct work related to the implementation of early warning system protocol

○·····conduct pre- and post-fieldwork administrative tasks

●·······Eligibility

○·····Bachelor's degree in education, social sciences, community development, communications, or related field

○·····at least one (1) year experience in conducting seminars for grassroots communities on topics related to landslides or DRRM work

○·····preferably, with work experience as team leader

○·····demonstrate good seminar-facilitation skills

○·····demonstrate good communication skills, both in English and Filipino; additional local language/s is/are preferred

○·····demonstrate good report-writing skills

○·····physically fit to conduct field works in difficult terrain

○·····demonstrate good leadership

○·····can and willing to go on long fieldworks and frequent fieldworks

○·····can and willing to render monitoring work even at nights, weekends, or holidays

○·····can work well with a team

○·····demonstrate enthusiasm and interest in community-based work

 

One (1) Information Officer II (Community team)

●·····Job Description

○·····facilitate on-site seminar-workshops and follow-up consultations for communities and LGUs

○·····conduct preparatory seminar/consultation activities (training needs analysis; training design; preparation/arrangements for seminar participants, materials, venue, food, and budget)

○·····conduct post-seminar/consultation activities (report writing, training follow-up)

○·····conduct work related to the implementation of early warning system protocol

○·····conduct pre- and post-fieldwork administrative tasks

●·······Eligibility

○·····Bachelor’s degree in education, social sciences, community development, communications, or related field; other Bachelor’s degrees may be considered subject to other eligibility requirements

○·····preferably, with experience in conducting seminars for grassroots communities on topics related to landslides or DRRM work

○·····demonstrate good seminar-facilitation skills

○·····demonstrate good communication skills, both in English and Filipino; additional local language/s is/are preferred

○·····demonstrate good report-writing skills

○·····physically fit to conduct field works in difficult terrain

○·····demonstrate good leadership

○·····can and willing to go on long fieldworks and frequent fieldworks

○·····can and willing to render monitoring work even at nights, weekends, or holidays

○·····can work well with a team

○·····demonstrate enthusiasm and interest in community-based work