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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

Information, Education and Communication (IEC) Specialist

 

Monthly Rate: PhP 26,192

  • 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 fieldwork 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.

Project Development Specialist (Livelihood)

 

Monthly Rate: PhP 37,478

  • BS Economics, Agri business, or related course;
  • At least 3-years experience on livelihood enterprise development/implementation;
  • Preferably Board Passer or with Civil Service Eligibility;
  • Experience in preparing/facilitating Subproject Proposals and Feasibility Studies;
  • Knowledge and skills in Computer and internet applications;
  • Physically and mentally fit; and
  • Willing to do fieldwork activities in upland or rural communities
  1. Acts as focal person in the development and implementation of the Livelihood Enhancement Support component;
  2. Assist and coordinate with the safeguards specialist in complying LES safeguards requirements;
  3. Assist in the review, validation, and appraisal of proposed Livelihood subprojects;
  4. Provide backstopping support to concerned Staff at the field level and People’s Organization (PO);
  5. In coordination with the operations unit and monitoring unit, monitor/track progress of LES subproject proposal preparation, review, approval, and implementation;
  6. Establish, maintain and update database on Livelihood implementation for integration in the PPMS; and
  7. Perform other tasks that may be assigned by the Supervisor.

Monitoring & Evaluation Officer II

 

Monthly Rate: PhP 26,192 

  • Preferably BS Forestry/Agriculture or related course;
  • Preferably Board Passer or with Civil Service Eligibility;
  • Good writing and verbal communication skills;
  • Knowledgeable in SPSS software, data processing, data analysis and interpretation, and graphical presentation;
  • Knowledgeable in computer and internet applications;
  • Physically and mentally fit; and
  • Willing to do fieldwork activities in upland or rural communities
  1. Assist in the consolidation of project-wide accomplishment reports;
  2. Assist in the preparation of monthly, quarterly, mid-year and annual project reports;
  3. Assist in the operationalization of the project M&E system and GIS Decision Support System;
  4. Assist in the conduct of project assessments and preparation of M&E reports;
  5. Assist in the review of socio-economic survery reports;
  6. Coordinate with RPCO finance and FASPS for the consultation of withdrawal applications and disbursements status; and
  7. Perform other tasks that may be assigned by the Supervisor

Watershed Management Specialist

 

Monthly Rate: PhP 29,565

  • BS Forestry;
  • Forester Licensure Examination (FLE) passer;
  • Master's degree in related fields is an advantage;
  • Experience in planning and monitoring of ENR projects;
  • Knowledge in GIS application and use of Global Positioning System and Project Management software is an advantage;
  • Physically and mentally fit; and
  • Willing to do fieldwork activities in upland or rural communities

1. Acts as Desk Officer and Coordinator of his/her assigned region/URB;

2. Provide technical assistance to the concerned regional/field implementing staff;

3. Review plans, reports and cases referred to, and prepare action documents on matters pertaining to his/her assigned region/URB.

4. Monitor implementation of the approved Work and Financial Plan(WFP) and provide updates/status including issues and/or concerns with specific recommendations;

5. Track progress of NRM implementation and submit periodic report on the NRM implementation in various stages, i.e. subproject proposal preparation, review and approval, and monitoring of subproject activities;

6. Consolidate all reports from his/her assigned region/URB.

7. Establish, maintain and update database on NRM implementation of his/her assigned URB for integration in the PPMS;

8. Gather/document Project learnings and good practices in coordination with RPCO, PPMO, and WMPCO of his/her assigned URB for integration  in the reports;

9. Assist in the review of WFP and other related;

10. Assist in the review of project-related guidelines, manuals, tools, and memoranda of agreement;

11. Assist in the review of accomplishments of consultants and assisting professionals;

12. Coordinate with other concerned agencies or partner institutions on project-related activities within the assigned URB; and

13. 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