Job Announcements


By League of Cities of the Philippines
March 20, 2013


Please send application letter and comprehensive resumẻ at league.cities.philippines@gmail.com (subject: Application for FPLO or JPO).

Application deadline is on 27 January 2014. Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

  1. TITLE OF POSITION

    Junior Program Officer

  2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION

    The Junior Program Officer shall provide technical assistance to the Program Officer for Special Projects on the development and management of programs and projects consistent with the goals, objectives and outputs of the LCP annual and strategic plans.

  3. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Provides technical support to the Program Officer for Special Projects in designing, monitoring and evaluation of projects and programs
    • Assists in establishing and maintaining linkages with national governmental agencies, international development institutions, non – government organizations, and other key governance stakeholders
    • Drafts program/ project briefers and updates which are disseminated to member cities and LCP partners primarily through the League’s website and regular publications
    • Prepare documentation of training activities and activity reports
    • Performs other functions that maybe assigned from time to time
       
  1. QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

    1. Education
      • Bachelor’s degree in social science, political science, urban and regional planning, public administration or any related field
    2. Experience
      • Two (2) years work experience in project development and management in the public   and/or private sector
    3. Competencies
      • Ability to coordinate with development partners and other institutions
      • Research Skills
      • Diplomacy
      • Adaptability
      • Stress Tolerance
      • Oral Communication Skills
      • Written Communication Skills
      • Customer Service Orientation
      • Effective interpersonal understanding
      • Computer Literacy
      • Work Quality
      • Work Habits and Productivity
      • Administrative  efficiency
      • Familiarity with the use of office equipment
      • Personal values are compatible with the organization’s work ethics and standards

 


 

  1. TITLE OF POSITION

    Finance, Property and Logistic Officer

  2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
    • The FPLO shall be responsible in ensuring systematized management of LCP financial system
    • The FPLO shall maintain record and inventory of all LCP assets and properties
    • The FPLO shall ensure efficient logistical supports to the Secretariat and member cities
       
  1. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Supervise the Finance/Accounting Clerk, Drivers and Utility Personnel
    • Review disbursement vouchers and supporting documents
    • Review billing/invoices for membership dues and other collections
    • Prepare collection and cash position report
    • Review payroll sheet and recommend approval of payment
    • Record cash receipts and disbursements to the books of accounts
    • Prepare bank reconciliation
    • Prepare monthly financial reports for the general fund and the project funds
    • Provide logistical support during LCP activities
    • Facilitate in securing travel requirements (booking and ticketing) of the secretariat and member cities
    • Prepare and submit to the concerned government agencies annual income tax return and general information sheet
    • Record employees’ earnings and prepares yearend tax adjustment
    • Draft year end financial report
    • Prepare draft annual budget of the work unit
    • Assist the external auditor during annual audit
    • Act as Project Finance Officer
    • Coordinate and prepare the annual procurement plan
    • Maintain inventory of office equipments and properties
    • Review recommendations on purchase requisition
    • Prepare purchase order
    • Prepare/issue memorandum receipt of LCP properties
    • Maintain updated quotation of prices of supplies and services
    • Performs other functions that may be assigned from time to time
       
  2. QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

    1. Education
      • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or any relevant field
    2. Experience
      • Two (2) years experience as accountant in public and / or private sector
    3. Competencies
      • Knowledge of government tax policies and rules
      • Knowledge of LCP payroll system
      • Ability to follow complex instructions
      • Planning
      • Organizing
      • Leading
      • Controlling
      • Decision Making
      • Crisis Management
      • Adaptability
      • Oral communication skills
      • Written communication skills
      • Stress Tolerance
      • Customer service orientation
      • Interpersonal understanding
      • Work Quality
      • Work habits and productivity
      • Computer Literacy
      • Administrative Efficiency
      • Familiarity with the use of Office Equipment
      • Personal values are compatible with organization's works, ethics and standards
         
  3. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY

    • Supervises Finance/ Accounting Clerk, Drivers and Utility Personnel

 

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