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The Integrated Natural Resources and Environmental Management Project (INREMP) is inviting applicants for the following vacant positions: 

 

Position Qualifications Terms of Reference

Geographic Information System (GIS) Specialist

 

  • BS Forestry, Geodetic Engineering,  Computer Science, Information Technology or any related course;
  • Master’s degree in related field is an advantage;
  • Preferably with Civil Service Eligibility;
  • Knowledgeable in GIS application and use of Global Positioning System;
  • Experience in GIS-based and spatial planning and monitoring of ENR projects is an advantage;
  • Physically and mentally fit; and
  • Willing to do field work in upland or rural communities.
  1. Review and consolidate all GIS-related data of the Project as input to the GDSS;
  2. Gather, encode, process and analyze GIS data for spatial and tabular information;
  3. Prepare GIS-generated maps for the Project;
  4. Conduct ground validation of processed GIS data in different URBs;
  5. Provide technical assistance to GIS/MIS Officers in field offices of different URBs;
  6. Review reports and cases referred to, and prepare action documents on GIS matters;
  7. Assist in the installation and maintenance of GDSS;
  8. Assist in the review of accomplishments of consultants and assisting professionals; and
  9. Perform other tasks that may be assigned by the Supervisor.

Information, Education and Communication (IEC) Specialist

  • BS Development Communication, AB Communication Arts or any related course;
  • Preferably with Civil Service Eligibility;
  • Knowledgeable in desktop publishing, lay-outing and other related software applications;
  • Good writing and verbal communication skills;
  • Physically and mentally fit; and
  • Willing to do field work in upland or rural communities.
  1. Develop INREMP newsletter in coordination with the NPCO Focal Persons and concerned field offices;
  2. Package and disseminate Project learnings and good practices in coordination with the concerned NPCO staff and field offices;
  3. Acts as counterpart of TA-PMIC IEC Specialist in the development of Project’s IEC materials and knowledge products; and
  4. Perform other tasks that may be assigned by the Supervisor.
Place of assignment is at the National Project Coordinating Office in Quezon City.

You may send your CV and application letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  address to NONITO M. TAMAYO, CESO IV, Director, Forest Management Bureau and concurrent Project Director, INREMP

Deadline of submission: July 12, 2019