Deadline for accepting applications: September 04, 2022
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Bureau or Office: KALAHI CIDSS – National Program Management Office
Division/Section/Unit: Communication Division – Social Marketing Unit
Plantilla Item No.: 001225
Employment Status: Contract Of Service
Salary Grade: 22
Supervisor: Project Development Officer V
Position Title of those directly Supervised: None required
A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job
Three (3) years of relevant work experience
16 hours of relevant training
Career Service (Professional) Second Level Eligibility
B. Preferred Qualifications (Competency-based)
Bachelor’s degree in Development Communication, Mass Communication, Journalism, Multimedia Studies, Development Studies or related disciplines. Relevant graduate studies on legal research and/or management is an advantage.
At least three (3) years of relevant and progressive work experience in communication and social marketing, preferably in community organizing or in the field of development work. Background in legal research or advocacy is an advantage.
32 hours of relevant training
- Under the direct supervision of the Project Development Officer V for Communications, the Information Officer IV will be primarily responsible for planning, implementing, and coordinating regular social marketing and advocacy activities and strategies, assist in addressing gaps related to social marketing and advocacy, and producing content and IEC materials for increased stakeholders’ and public’s support to Community-Driven Development (CDD) and KALAHI-CIDSS program advocacies.
Statement of Duties and Responsibilities:
- Provide support to the Project Development Officer V for Communications in the planning and implementation of communication, social marketing and advocacy activities at the national and regional levels;
- Conceptualize, develop, and produce relevant content, including but not limited to CDD Institutionalization, for the program’s website and other communication/media channels;
- Monitor and conduct regular environment scanning among national-level stakeholders and in the media for published stories or shows featuring the program and its stakeholders and recommend the appropriate response/interventions;
- Support the Project Development Officer V and the National Program Manager in engaging and advocating for CDD institutionalization through national and local legislation;
- Produce press releases and conceptualize, develop, and produce Information, Education and Communications (IEC) materials such as posters, flyers, brochures, fact sheets, reports, newsletters, and compendiums for print and digital platforms;
- Ensure the preparation and timely conduct of social marketing activities for the advancement of CDD and its institutionalization;.
- Monitor and provide technical assistance on program advocacy and CDD Institutionalization to Regional Social Marketing Officers, program staff, partners, and stakeholders;
- Manage and maintain the program’s website and develop and roll-out new features, functions, and components for the website.
- Respond to inquiries related to the program and provide relevant materials to internal and external stakeholders;
- Report to the office beyond the approved work arrangements, that may be instructed by the supervisors and deemed necessary in the exercise of duties and responsibilities; and
- Perform other duties that may be assigned by the Supervisor/Manager.
- Communication and Advocacy plan of assigned segments
- Information, Education and Communications (IEC) and other collateral content on the promotion and advancement of CDD Institutionalization
- Press releases and other information collaterals, including but not limited to news and feature articles.
- Strategies and implementation plan for the advancement and support from various stakeholders of the CDD institutionalization.
- Legislative requirements relative to the CDD bill.
- Development, management, and maintenance of the program’s website.
- Information, Education and Communications (IEC) multimedia materials such as flyers, brochures, fact sheets, reports, newsletters, and compendiums for print and digital platforms.
- CORE Level: Commitment to credible public service 3, Delivering excellent results 3, Personal effectiveness 3.
- FUNCTIONAL Level: Written communication 3, Verbal communication 3, IEC materials development 3, Social media management 3, Report writing 3, Presentation skills 3, Media and public relations 3, KALAHI-CIDSS Program Fluency 3, Computer knowledge and skills 3.
Legend: 1 – Basic 2 – Intermediate 3 – Advanced 4 – Expert