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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 50 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:

February to December 31, 2019

 

Position Title and Job Description: 

●     One (1) Project Senior Science Research Specialist

Monthly Salary: P 50,519.00

 

      • Job description
        • Conduct research pertaining to monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning (MEAL) framework and plan
        • Oversee project monitoring and evaluation
        • Manage and lead design implementation of data gathering tools and activities
        • Facilitate evaluation and reporting to pertinent stakeholders.
        • Coordinate project concerns and logistics with the community and other relevant stakeholders
        • Accomplish administrative documents related to the project;
        • Participate in meetings and workshops facilitated for the whole project.
        • Assist in the conduct of seminars, workshops, and consultations.
        • Accomplish administrative documents related to the project.
        • conduct work related to implementation of early warning system protocol

     

    • Educational background
        • Bachelor's degree in education, community development, communications, public administration or related social science fields

       

    • Work experience
        • Two years experience relevant to the job.
        • Experience in any research institution is a plus.
        • at least two (2) years experience in conducting seminars for grassroots communities on topics related to landslides or DRRM work;
        • preferably, with at least one (1) year 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

       

    • Required skills and qualities
        • Proficiency in common office applications
        • Knowledgeable in MEAL concept
        • Experience in MEAL planning

       

    • Work environment
      • Can work independently.
      • Demonstrates good communication and interpersonal skills with the team members and the other members of the project.

 


●     One (1) Project Science Research Specialist II

 

Monthly Salary: P 38,118.00

 

  • Job description
      • Conduct research pertaining to monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning (framework and plan)
      • Conduct project monitoring and evaluation
      • Design implementation of data gathering tools and activities
      • Help facilitate evaluation and reporting to pertinent stakeholders.
      • Coordinate project concerns and logistics with the community and other relevant stakeholders
      • Accomplish administrative documents related to the project;
      • Participate in meetings and workshops facilitated for the whole project.
      • Assist in the conduct of seminars, workshops, and consultations.
      • Accomplish administrative documents related to the project.
      • conduct work related to implementation of early warning system protocol

     

  • Educational background
      • Bachelor's degree in education, community development, communications, public administration or related social science fields

     

  • Work experience
      • One year experience relevant to the job.
      • Experience in any research institution is a plus.
      • at least one (1) years experience in conducting seminars for grassroots communities on topics related to landslides or DRRM work;

     

  • Required skills and qualities
      • Proficiency in common office applications
      • Knowledge in monitoring and evaluation tools is a plus

     

  • Work environment
      • Can work independently.
      • Demonstrates good communication and interpersonal skills with the team members and the other members of the project.

     

 


 

●     One (1) Project Science Research Specialist II

 

Monthly Salary: P 38,118.00

 

  • Job description
      • Conduct information system design research for community based early warning system
        • Elicit requirements from stakeholder
        • Assist in transforming gathered requirements into human-centered design
      • Conduct EWS-L information system testing and verification with internal and external stakeholders
      • Formulate integrated EWS-L operation manuals
      • Accomplish administrative documents related to the project; Participate in meetings and workshops facilitated for the whole project.
      • Work related to implementation of early warning system protocol

     

  • Educational background
      • Bachelor's degree in education (preferably major in educational technology), communications (preferably major in educational communication), sociology, psychology (with specialization in developmental psychology and/or cognition), industrial engineering, information science, computer science, or related social science fields

     

  • Work experience
      • One year experience relevant to the job.
      • At least one (1) year experience in research on community information science, social movements, socio-technical sciences, and community information science
      • Experience in conducting seminars for grassroots communities on topics related to landslides or DRRM work is a plus

     

  • Required skills and qualities
      • Proficiency in common office applications
      • Basic skills in human-centered design or interface design is a plus

     

  • Work environment
      • Can work independently.
      • Demonstrates good communication and interpersonal skills with the team members and the other members of the project.

     

 


●     One (1) Project Assistant IV

 

Monthly Salary: P 31,793.00

 

  • Job description
      • Perform tasks related to administrative support for the Project, such as procurement of supplies, services, and equipment, and office management and maintenance.
      • Assist in the conduct of seminars and consultations;
      • Conduct pre­ and post ­fieldwork administrative tasks;
      • Conduct work related to implementation of early warning system protocol
      • Assist in monitoring and evaluation;
      • Assist in implementation of monitoring tools
      • Participate in meetings and workshops facilitated for the whole project.
      • Work related to implementation of early warning system protocol

     

  • Educational background
      • Bachelor's degree in any 4­year course, preferably in management or accounting

     

  • Work experience
      • preferably, with at least six (6) months administrative experience in a government project; with prior clerical work experience

     

  • Required skills and qualities
      • Proficiency in common office applications

     

  • Work environment
    • Can work independently.
    • Demonstrates good communication and interpersonal skills with the team members and the other members of the project.

 

 

Requirements:

 

a. Application letter addressed to:

 

Dr. Renato U. Solidum, Jr.

Undersecretary for DRR-CC, DOST and Officer-in-Charge, PHIVOLCS

PHIVOLCS Bldg., C.P. Garcia Ave., U.P. Campus, Diliman, Quezon City


b. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) which can be downloaded at csc.gov.ph;
c. Curriculum Vitae
d. Transcript of Records

 

Submit on or before February 6, 2019 to:

 

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