Job Opportunities

The League of Cities of the Philippines (LCP) is the mandated local government association created for the purpose of promoting and protecting the interests of 145 member-cities. LCP is in need of applicants for the following positions:

 

 

PROGRAM OFFICER FOR POLICY AND LEGISLATION

-Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, Public Administration or other social sciences course

-Atleast three (3) years relevant experience in local government

-He/She will be responsible for representing the League in both Houses of Congress and in various policy discussions with national government agencies

 

Please click this link for a copy of the Position Description

 

 

Qualified applicants may send their application letter and comprehensive resumé to: Atty. Shereen Gail C. Yu-Pamintuan, Executive Director, League of Cities of the Philippines or you may email applications to mjp.lcp@gmail.com with the position title as the subject line. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

 

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