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Job Description
Salary Grade/Salary :SG 15 (Php 33,575.00)
Employment Status :Pantawid -Contractual
Location/Office : FOVII
Division/Unit : Pantawid Pamilya Pilipino Program
Minimum Qualification Standards:
Education : Bachelor's Degree relevant to the job
Training : 4 hours of relevant training
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Preferred Qualification Standards:
Education : Bachelor's degree in Social Work or
Allied Social Sciences
Training : 8 hours of relevant training
Experience : 1 year of relevant experience
Eligibility : RA 1080 (RSW) or 2nd Level Eligibility

  • Provides orientation to the LGU, parent leaders and beneficiaries and other stakeholders in the local level
  • Coordinates with local authorities for all the logistical processes needed for the posting of beneficiary lists in public places, carrying out of incorporated assemblies validation of information, signing oath of commitment and Land Bank Forms
  • Organizes the selection of parent leaders within the parameters given by the program
  • Plans and organizes the provision of parental sessions for beneficiaries according to the curricula and protocols established by the program
  • Provides orientation and training to LGU funded municipal links so that they can contribute to the implementation of the 4Ps
  • Keeps detailed records of enrollment and attendance to parental sessions as per rules of the program
  • Provides constant guidance to parent leaders and beneficiaries on the duties, responsibilities and rights under the program. In particular, municipal links need to inform beneficiaries of the rights and channels for presentation of complaints, grievances and for updates
  • Receives and supports the presentation of grievances and complaints and provides help to beneficiaries if needed. Keep log books detailing dates of presentation of complaints and updates and other transactions made by beneficiaries
  • Informs beneficiaries of the results of the grievances, complaints and updates and of other matters raised by beneficiaries including parent leaders and
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned

This office highly encourages interested and qualified applicants including persons with disability (PWD), members of indigenous communities and those from any sexual orientation and gender identities (SOGI) for there shall be no discrimination in the selection of employees on account of gender, sexual orientation, civil status, disability, religion, ethnicity, or political affiliation.Also, this office prefers those non-smoker applicants.
Qualified applicants may email/attach the following documents to with the Subject template (Position Title and Program) on or before August 13,2021:
  1. Application Letter addressed toDirector Rebecca P. GeamalaofDSWD Field Office VII
  2. Comprehensive resume with Job Description and 2x2 I.D. picture
  3. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet withWork Experience Sheet
  4. Copy of authenticated civil service eligibility/Professional License (if applicable)
  5. Transcript of Record / Diploma
  6. Copy of relevant trainings and seminars attended
  7. Copy of performance rating in the present position for the last rating period (for government employees) or its equivalent for external applicants and must have a Very Satisfactory rating.

Note: Request for extension of submission and application with incomplete documents will not be entertained.
Walk-in applicants will not be entertained in observance to the new normal.
For inquiries, please call Ms. Patricia R. Megalbio of the Human Resource Management and Development Division at telephone numbers 412-9908 / 233-0261 local 122.




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