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GNIP2024-072

Field Manager

Field Office – SI/SV, Rizal

Salary Range: Php37,500 – Php43,500 POSITION

SUMMARY: Spearhead GNIP Community development project in San Isidro / Southville Field Offices, including but not limited to planning, project implementations, monitoring and evaluation, networking and partnership, and general administration of the community location.

Essential Responsibilities:

I. PLANNING
• Lead Education, Health, Sponsorship, DRR,
Income Generation, Social
Enterprise and TechVoc
staff assigned at San Isidro (SI) and Southville (SV) Community Development Project areas.
• Review and finalize the GNIP POA for
2023 budget together
with the area department staff.
• Communicate to the country office all HR
related concerns of the field office.
• Lead in developing community-based and child-focused sustainable projects in each CDP
• Supervise in executing project/program work plans and revise as appropriate to meet changing needs and requirements;
• Prepare quality... and data-focused weekly, monthly, quarterly
and
annual progress reports
• Support
HR and Communication team in writing monthly milestones to be
published in GNIP internal
newsletters
• Facilitate quarterly and annual
review and planning with stakeholders.
• Lead and facilitate the formulation of CDP-based organizational
strategy and mandate based on the national and global mission and vision
of GNIP
II. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION
• Manage all SI and SV CDP operations and budget executions.
• Supervise the implementation of special
grant projects
in SI and SV CDP.
• Provide managerial and technical
inputs and guidance required for
the
implementation of project and program activities;
• Ensure the successful, timely and impactful implementation of projects, program and other activities in SI and SV CDP in collaboration with the
department managers at the country office, line supervisor and CD.
• Provide guidance to Field Staff and CSF Volunteers
in
the implementation of project activities.
III. MONITORING AND EVALUATION
• Visit the communities and sitios under Barangay San Isidro
for
monitoring and
evaluation of the existing
programs and projects.
• Conduct community assessment and benchmarking for prospected project and interventions
• Coordinate with the M&E team of the Country Office to develop a data driven
monitoring tools based on the KPIs and target reach
• Leads in the execution of the monitoring and evaluation process to produce a data and best practice of the community
project and ensures that systems are
in place to support the quality implementation of community projects.
IV. NETWORKING &
PARTNERSHIP
• Network development with LGU, schools, communities, and donors.
• Coordinate and establish partnership with Government and Non-Government organizations in the community;
• Actively coordinate with the Barangay Local Government Unit (BLGU),
particularly
in Barangay
San
Isidro, Montalban, Rizal on their health,
education, IG, Social enterprise, DRMM, Child Protection, Women Empowerment and Community
Development programs
and Plans
• Actively participate in the Area Based Network
(ABSNET DSWD) activities and planning (in view of applying for
higher
level
of
program accreditation with DSWD)
• Collaborate and coordinate with National
Government Agencies, INGO, NGO
and
Corporate Sectors for a joint venture in implementing Community
Development Programs based on the assessed needs of the communities in
Barangay San Isidro
• Lead in formulating guidelines and systems
for local, national
and international volunteers

V. ADMINISTRATION &
SUPERVISION
• Manage HR, general affairs, issues and concerns in the field office.
• Strengthen and impose transparency and accountability
in all aspects of
colleagues' performance and enforce code of conduct.
• Oversee the effective and efficient administration of Field Office operations.
• Supervise the Admin staff for the proper documentation of asset monitoring
such
as vehicle, supplies, documents, etc.
• Ensure that procurement and administration policies and procedures are adhered and efficiently implemented
• Supervise the process and compliance of all legal
requirements needed for
the
field office like business
permits, DSWD accreditation etc.
• Oversee SI and SV CDP colleagues in relation to human resource
management to
ensure that all policies are properly followed.
• Actively participate in the recruitment process of staff to be assigned in SI and SV CDP.
• Initiate quarterly
staff professional development activities; relevant capacity
building, IT
training, emergency
and DRRM
training, etc., in view
of professional and career development
• Provide moral, spiritual (without compromising one's
religion), ethical
and
professional
guidance to SI and SV CDP team

VI. FINANCE
• Coordinate with the Finance Manager at the country office for budget monitoring and burn rates tracking.
• Coordinate with the CDP finance staff for the proper financial documentations and processes of field program department staff and program support staff in
their activities (PR, FR and SR).
• Oversee all finance and accounting functions including
budgeting; asset management; cash flow management; management reporting; financial, variance and accounts analysis of the Field Office.
• Ensures that financial
reports are
reviewed and approved to be submitted to
the
Head Office.

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree preferably in Social Work, Community Development, or Social Sciences
Course.
• Master’s Degree or
unit
in Social Sciences is an advantage.
• If Bachelor’s degree at least 5 (five) years’ experience and if Master’s degree with three (3) years’ experience.
• With 10 to 15 years’ experience in community development.
• With minimum 3
to 5 years’ experience in leadership.
• Systematic knowledge
of the
principles
of management,
including
program planning and budgeting.
• Relevant training on Community Development; Program/ Project Management; Participatory Rapid
Urban/Rural Appraisal; Child Protection; Enterprise and Livelihood Development; and Human Rights
• Preferably with experience in NGO and international development projects.
• Transparency
and accountability in
terms of finance and HR.
• Leadership, communication, project management.
• Willingness to
accept relocation or travel.
• A proven
record of
excellent
management,
leadership,
decision-making and interpersonal skills
• Understanding and experience of the techniques and skills required for effective project management
• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to successfully manage relationships to
achieve goals
• Proficient in Microsoft Office applications

Good Neighbors Philippines has zero tolerance to any harm or sexual exploitation and abuse against any beneficiaries (or program participants). Safeguarding and Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) and Protection from Sexual Harassment (PSH) is everyone’s shared responsibility and all GN employees and partners are required to adhere with GN’s Code of Conduct both during and outside working hours. Familiarization with and adherence to the GN Safeguarding Policy and Code of Conduct is an essential requirement to all employees and partners, in addition to related mandatory training. All GN employees and partners must ensure that they understand and act in accordance with this clause.

Summary of role requirements:
• Looking for candidates available to work:
• Monday: Morning, Afternoon
• Tuesday: Morning, Afternoon
• Wednesday: Morning, Afternoon
• Thursday: Morning, Afternoon
• Friday: Morning, Afternoon
• More than 4 years of relevant work experience required for this role
• Working rights required for this role
• Expected salary: ₱37,500 - ₱43,500 per month
Quezon City Metro Manila Philippines

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