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1. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) and Work Experience Sheet (CS Form 212) which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph;
2. Performance rating in the last rating period or its equivalent;
3. Photocopy of certificate of eligibility/rating/license;
4. Photocopy of Transcript of Records and Diploma (for bachelor’s degree and masteral, if applicable); and
5. Other documents supporting your credentials (e.g. training certificates, award certificate received, and etc.).

QUALIFIED APPLICANTS may apply online and attach their application letter together with other supporting documents addressed to the concerned officer below.

JOSELITO G. ESTEMBER
Asst. Regional Director for Administration/HRMPSB Chairperson
DSWD FO VI M.H. del Pilar, Molo, Iloilo City

NOTE: All vacant positions shall be opened to all qualified applicants regardless of age, gender, civil status, disability, religion, ethnicity, social status, class, political affiliation, or other similar factors/ personal circumstances which run counter to the principles of merit and fitness for the job and equal employment opportunity.

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Request for extension of submission and application with incomplete documents will not be considered.


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PositionPlantilla Item No.Salary Grade:Monthly Salary:Education:Training:Experience:Eligibility:Competency:Place of Assignment:Date Posted:Deadline of Submission:Job Description:Criteria:Shortlist:No. of Vacancy:Requirements:
COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT FACILITATORCONTRACT OF SERVICE1536,619.00Bachelor's degree relevant to the jobFour (4) hours of relevant trainingOne (1) year of relevant work experienceNone RequiredWITHIN REGION VIAPRIL 4, 2024APRIL 11, 2024Primary Tasks:
1. Conducts project orientation in the barangays on the NCDDP to obtain buy-in for the program.
2. Facilitates conduct of barangay assemblies (BA) and other community meetings, with special emphasis on ensuring participation of vulnerable groups.
3. Assesses readiness and capability of barangay officials in embracing and operationalizing the CEAC process
4. Persuades the barangay councils to embrace the program
5. Encourages barangay constituents to collectively participate in the CEAC development process, with special attention on the participation of the most marginalized-vulnerable groups
6. Identifies potential leaders from among the volunteers and assesses their readiness & capabilities
7. Facilitates organization of NCDDP CV committees & teams (ie., BRT, PPT, BSPMC, etc) from among the volunteers. Orients the volunteers on the NCDDP processes and the roles and responsibilities of members
8. Using prescribed processes - ie., PSA, Municipal Inter-Barangay Forum (MIBF) - guides the volunteers in identifying priority problems, generating alternative solutions, and deciding priority development projects, following the principles of community participation
9. Facilitates integration of community development priorities with the development plans of the barangay and the municipal development councils (MDC).
10. Trains and coaches the community volunteers on NCDDP processes and in undertaking their roles in the PSA, project identification and development, resource mobilization, organizational development and management, networking, and conflict resolution
11. Coaches the volunteers on the Preparation of Community Project Proposal following NCDDP standards
12. Guides the volunteers in complying with the prescribed NCDDP processes, including updates to the community
13. Reviews correctness and completeness of documentary requirements (ie RFR) and facilitates completion
14. Organizes and coordinates NCDDP-related meetings, assemblies, workshops, training and other events and ensures attendance of required personnel
15. Identifies and recommends potential sources of funds/resources at the barangay level
16. Identifies and mobilizes other development partners for resource convergence around community priorities
17. Coaches barangay officials whose projects were not prioritized on how to “sell” the barangay projects to potential donors
18. Personally checks all aspects of work on sub-projects from delivery of materials to construction, identifies anomalies and takes corrective action
19. Facilitates resolution of conflicts & grievances to ensure smooth implementation, buy-in and support of all stakeholders
20. Monitors the community finance management and procurement processes, detects red flags using the appropriate NCDDP instruments/checklist, and coordinates TA with the appropriate ACT and RPMT technical specialist - Deputy Area Coordinators (DAC) or Regional Infrastructure Engineers (RIE), and Municipal Finance Analyst (MFA) or Regional Finance Analyst (RFA), as the case may be
21. Facilitates the crafting of an O&M Plan and facilitates capacity-building of the O&M team
22. Coaches the volunteer teams in complying with documentary, data gathering and reporting requirements to facilitate release of funds
23. Coaches community volunteers in developing and operationalizing a community-based monitoring and evaluation system for projects being implemented
24. Documents experiences to help policy makers formulate enhancements to the NCDDP systems & Processes
25. And performs such other tasks that may be assigned
REQUIREMENTS:

• Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (CSC Form No. 212, Revised 2017) can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph;
• Work Experience Sheet (CSC Form 212);
• Transcript of Record and Diploma;
• Copy of Certificate of trainings;
• Copy of performance rating in the present position for one (1) year or its equivalent and must have at least Very Satisfactory rating during the last period (for Government employee).
• Application Letter addressed to MR. JOSELITO G. ESTEMBER /HRMPSB Chairperson Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office VI, M.H . Del Pilar St., Molo, Iloilo City

Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply online and attached complete set of requirements on or before March 05, 2024, through this link: http:bit.ly/dswd06jobs or you can access our official website: fo6.dswd.gov.ph and click We’re Hiring.

Applicants who fail to submit within the publication period shall not be considered for the position. Requests for extension of submission and applications with incomplete documents will not be entertained.


Note: All vacant positions shall be opened to all qualified applicants regardless of age, gender, civil status, disability, religion, ethnicity, social status, class, political affiliation, or other similar factors/personal circumstances which run counter to the principles of merit and fitness for the job and equal employment opportunity.




KRISTINE S. MANGALUS
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER IV/HEAD, HRPPMS


PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER II - Crisis Intervention SectionContract of Service15₱36, 619.00Bachelor's degree relevant to the jobFour (4) hours of relevant trainingOne (1) year of relevant experienceCareer Service (Professional)/Second Level EligibilitySPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Knowledge and experience in providing MHPSS/PFA;
2. Proficient on Mental Health Education;
3. Knowledge on program/project planning, monitoring, and evaluation;
4. Knowledge on government financial and administrative procedures;
5. Good oral and written communication skills;
6. Computer literate; and
7. Experienced in managing telephone hotline and/or IT systems
DSWD Field Office VIApril 11, 2024April 15, 2024JOB SUMMARY:
The Project Development Officer II performs functions involving the provision of Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Services (MHPSS) centering in Psychological First Aid (PFA) through the different online platforms under the DSWD WiSUPPORT Project.

PRIMARY TASKS:
1. Acts as the administrator of the available online platforms of the project;
2. Provides MHPSS using the available online platforms of the project;
3. Maintains directory of SWADAs, other Government Agencies and other stakeholders as providing further interventions under the project;
4. Coordinates with National Government Agencies, Civil Society Organizations and Local Government Units as support to the implementation of the project;
5. Documents milestones in the course of the project operationalization;
6. Assists in the periodic evaluation of the project outcomes; and
7. Performs other relates tasks as assigned by the Head of Office.

JOB OUTPUTS:
1. Individual updates on the cases handled;
2. Monthly Accomplishment and Monitoring Report;
3. Project proposals and other technical documents related to the project; and
4. Referrals to other Social Welfare and Development Agencies (SWADA) and Health Care professionals to further interventions under the project.
REQUIREMENTS:
1. Application Letter addressed to Joselito G. Estember, Assistant Regional Director for Administration, DSWD Field Office VI, Molo, Iloilo City;
2. Duly signed and updated Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport size picture and thumbmark;
3. Duly accomplished Work Experience Sheet;
4. Photocopy of Transcript of Record and Diploma (for Bachelor’s Degree and Postgraduate Degree, if applicable);
5. Photocopy of Certificate of Grades for Postgraduate Degree earned units. Must be signed by authorized personnel of the university/college (If applicable);
6. Certificate/s of relevant training and seminars attended;
7. Certificate/s of Employment;
8. For vacant Division Chief positions only: Service Record and Certification with actual duties and responsibilities as certified by the Human Resource Management Officer or any authorized representative. (Note: Special Order or Designation Order should also be attached as additional supporting document/s);
9. Photocopy of Civil Service Eligibility or Board Rating. For vacancies involving practice of profession (RA 1080, RA 10029), Valid PRC ID/proof of payment or schedule of appointment for the PRC renewal license; and
10. Individual Performance Contract Rating (IPCR) or Certificate of Performance Assessment (CPA) in the last rating period. For external applicants, Performance Evaluation/Appraisal of current or last employment.
PSYCHOLOGIST IIIContract of Service18₱46,725.00Master's Degree in PsychologyAt least sixteen (16) hours of relevant training on the delivery of psychological services which include psychological interventions, psychological assessment and psychological programsAt least two (2) years of relevant experience involving the delivery of psychological servicesRA 10029 (Registered Psychologist)April 11, 2024April 16, 2024JOB DEFINITION:
Under general supervision, performs professional / technical functions related to psychological services.

JOB DESCRIPTION
• Administers clinical psychological tests;
• Interprets and evaluates test results and prepares reports;
• Performs and conducts individual/group sessions, psychotherapeutic techniques, interviews and counseling;
• Attends case management conferences, workshops, training and staff meetings;
• Coordinates in the formulation of rehabilitation plans;
• Assumes responsibilities for the training of students and volunteers rendering psychological services;
• Testifies to some court related cases and handles special cases referred to the region that requires psychological services/interventions;
• Provides consultation and technical assistance to program staff;
• Coordinates all activities under administrative services unit;
• Performs other related task maybe assigned by the supervisor
REQUIREMENTS:
1. Application Letter addressed to Joselito G. Estember, Assistant Regional Director for Administration, DSWD Field Office VI, Molo, Iloilo City;
2. Duly signed and updated Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport size picture and thumbmark;
3. Duly accomplished Work Experience Sheet;
4. Photocopy of Transcript of Record and Diploma (for Bachelor’s Degree and Postgraduate Degree, if applicable);
5. Photocopy of Certificate of Grades for Postgraduate Degree earned units. Must be signed by authorized personnel of the university/college (If applicable);
6. Certificate/s of relevant training and seminars attended;
7. Certificate/s of Employment;
8. For vacant Division Chief positions only: Service Record and Certification with actual duties and responsibilities as certified by the Human Resource Management Officer or any authorized representative. (Note: Special Order or Designation Order should also be attached as additional supporting document/s);
9. Photocopy of Civil Service Eligibility or Board Rating. For vacancies involving practice of profession (RA 1080, RA 10029), Valid PRC ID/proof of payment or schedule of appointment for the PRC renewal license; and
10. Individual Performance Contract Rating (IPCR) or Certificate of Performance Assessment (CPA) in the last rating period. For external applicants, Performance Evaluation/Appraisal of current or last employment.