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Communications Coordinator (Cebu-based)

Major Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Develop and execute a communications strategy for the project in accordance
    with the standard and above-standard communications plan approved by the
    donor ECHO
  • Prepare and distribute communication materials, including but not limited to
    press releases, blogs, fact sheets, and human interest stories, based on project
    activities, visibility templates
  • Conduct regular field visits to produce content for different platforms including
    stories, photos, and videos
  • Ensure visibility standards are being followed in accordance with donor and
    organizational guidelines
  • Liaise with (broadcast, newspaper, social) media outfits, in support of the
    project implementation.
  • Manage the project’s contribution to CARE Philippines’ social media account
    (Twitter, Facebook, and Youtube) with relevant project activities and humaninterest
    stories
  • Liaise and coordinate with communications focal of consortium partners in
    developing and implementing the communications plan and strategy
  • Liaise and coordinate with CARE Nederland to ensuring efforts of the
    consortium and team are echoed and presented to European audiences
  • Work with external agencies (UN, PINGON, etc) in developing content for
    relevant advocacies (World Humanitarian Day, etc)
  • Assist in setting up donor visits
  • Lead in capacity development of implementing partners in the areas of
    communications and visibility
  • Provide media training for designated spokespeople and provide immediate
    media coaching for those about to do media interviews if any
  • Liaise with CARE Philippines Communication, and Knowledge Management Specialist and other related staff for other communications, knowledge
    management, and advocacy needs within the country office;
  • Perform other duties as assigned by Project Manager or Communications
    Specialist

To apply, send your latest CV and letter of intent to ansherina.talavera@care.org and careers.phl@care.org. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

MEAL Officer (Caraga-based)

Major responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Ensure implementation of MEAL systems, including MEAL framework and design of methodologies and tools, plans, reporting requirements, reporting process flow
  • Conduct regular monitoring visits and assessments to project sites;
    provide feedback results and recommendations from monitoring and
    evaluation activities; provide quality assurance in monitoring based on
    required standards; lead in post-distribution monitoring activities
  • Participate in strategic planning sessions, contribute to the development of work plans.
  • Provide guidance and support in monitoring and evaluating gender equality, inclusion, protection, environmental impact, and integrated risk management results throughout project implementation.
  • Contribute to the writing of program and donor reports.
  • Ensure accountability instituting feedback and complaints mechanisms
    in the project areas and ensure that partners adhere to the accountability measures as well.
  • Rollout reporting templates and monitoring tools that facilitate the gathering, organization, analysis and interpretation, and use of information in programs.
  • Ensure that data collection, analysis and use are manage appropriately and to the required standards.
  • Contribute to CARE’s adaptive management processes by providing data and information in a timely manner.
  • Contribute to knowledge management with good practices in MEAL.

To apply, send your latest CV and letter of intent to ansherina.talavera@care.org and careers.phl@care.org. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

MEAL Specialist (Cebu-based)

Major responsibilities include, but are not limited t:

  • Working with the Consortium Coordinator and respective MEAL Officers of consortium partners, design and put in place the Project
    MEAL system, including the design of baseline, post-distribution
    monitoring, KAP, endline, and other necessary tools, and reporting
    templates.
  • Lead the formulation of a detailed Consortium MEAL Plan and ensure
    its implementation.
  • Conduct regular monitoring visits and assessments to project sites;
    provide feedback results and recommendations from monitoring and
    evaluation activities; provide quality assurance in monitoring based on
    required standards.
  • Provide guidance and support in monitoring and evaluating gender
    equality, protection, environmental impact, and integrated risk
    management mainstreaming in sector results throughout project
    implementation.
  • Facilitate learning events and meetings with CARE, consortium and
    local partner’s staff and stakeholders.
  • Consolidate monthly, quarterly, interim and final reports of consortium
    partners.
  • Contribute to writing of program and donor reports.
  • Roll out reporting templates and monitoring tools that facilitate the
    gathering, organization, analysis and interpretation, and use of
    information in programs.
  • Ensure that data collection, analysis and use are managed
    appropriately and to the required standards.
  • Provide support in the implementation of the MEAL capacity-building strategy that promotes a culture of learning through systematic analysis and reflection of program data.
  • Build the capacity of all relevant team members to develop and
    maintain the MEAL plan and system, including regular analysis and
    reflection of project data.
  • Contribute to knowledge management with good practices in MEAL.
  • Provide MEAL support by working with staff of other Typhoon Odette (Rai) Response projects and other ECHO-funded projects.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

To apply, send your latest CV and letter of intent to ansherina.talavera@care.org and careers.phl@care.org. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

SharePoint Developer (Manila-based)

The International Programs and Operations (“IPO”) department manages CARE USA’s global platform for program operations. Currently, CARE USA manages 37 countries across 6 regions, overseeing the humanitarian and development work carried out by nearly 7,000 staff worldwide.

IPO is seeking a SharePoint Developer to support the team’s management work in assessing our performance and ensure that key business processes in SharePoint workflow function smoothly.

The SharePoint Developer in the Business Insights and Analytics Team within the International Programs and Operations department provides the technical support and/or leadership in the creation and delivery of technology solutions designed to meet customer’s business needs, and updates and
maintains data tables that anchor PowerBI data visualizations which fuel business analytics and decision-making for country, regional, and global management teams.

This role is critical in ensuring the efficiency of business processes and that data is accurate and available timely. The SharePoint Developer facilitates process improvements with functional teams in other departments (Finance, Digital, Security, People & Culture), this position provides a unique opportunity to foster improved inter-departmental ways of working, cohesion, and alignment across our operations in support of the mission and needs of CARE.

The role will lead and model an internal customer relations approach while maintaining a sharp
attention to detail and deadlines. The SharePoint Developer is expected to play a key role supporting the management cadence through timely production of data for reporting business results.

To apply, please send you CV and letter of intent to careers.phl@care.org

DRF SYSTEM SOP CONSULTANT

The consultant will be working with the START Network Philippine CARF Team and partners in developing the DRF system’s standard operating procedures (SOP). This SOP shall guide the system’s governance and implementing consortia in implementing the DRF system.

Job Description
• Collect, document, and organize all processes of activating and implementing the DRF system
• Consult Start Network DRF system stakeholders on the development of its SOP appropriate for
the purposes of its system activation, fund disbursement, contingency plans implementation
and activation evaluation
• Identify appropriate review, decision-making, and approval channels processes identified in the
SOP
• Develop workflow and illustrations that will simplify the system’s SOP
• Develop pre-risk season checklist that enables the system to be activation ready

To apply, please submit the following documents:


• Expression of Interest addressed to:
Carl Vincent Caro
Disaster Risk Finance Coordinator


• CV of consultant
• Financial proposal
To: lia.gonzalo@care.org


Deadline of submission is until 22 Jul 2022, 11:59PM (Philippine Time

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