|AIDS Society of the Philippines, Inc. (ASP) was founded in 1996 as a Professional Society. ASP is a membership organization, whose individual members are experts and professionals from diverse fields in health and development, infectious diseases and public health, community development, media and communications. The ASP has successfully implemented and managed over 60 projects supported by local and international multilateral and bilateral agencies.
The ASP is currently in need of selected people to assist in the administration and implementation of an intensive HIV-related program with MSM, TG and MARCY as its primary target population. The program aims to improve the coverage of HIV prevention, diagnosis, care and treatment among the aforementioned target groups in Luzon area. This 2 year project is supported by the Global Fund’s New Funding Model on HIV and AIDS in the Philippines and shall be coordinated with the Save the Children, the primary recipient organization of this project. The project staff will be based at the ASP office in Quezon City.
FOR IMMEDIATE HIRING
PROGRAM MANAGER: Holds overall responsibility in the planning, implementation and evaluation of the project activities. Oversees daily operations of the project and works closely with partners, local communities and LGUs as well as with significant stakeholders to meet the targets and goals of the project. Ensures timely, effective and efficient delivery of programs and interventions including submission of regular narrative reports.
The applicant must have at least 3-5 years of experience in managing an HIV and AIDS project and must have a solid background in HIV and AIDS program implementation. Good leadership, strong work ethics, good communication and human relations skills are desired competencies.
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: Assists the Program Manager in the managing and program support of project activities as well as in the facilitation of project outputs expected from ASP. Primarily provides administrative and human resource management support ; and relevant technical, capacity and logistical support to project activities. Performs other tasks related to the project that may be assigned by the Program Manager.
The applicant must have at least 2-3 years of experience in project coordination and administrative work. An academic background in Management, Social Science, or related field is preferred. Skills in management and project administration are desired competencies.
FINANCE OFFICER: Provides overall supervision of all financial responsibilities and transactions of the Project. Ensures that project team adheres to agreed workplan financial budget allocation as well as to the guidelines of the Global Funds new funding model. Monitors and upholds financial standard operating procedures in all transactions entered into by the project team. Oversees the preparation of regular financial reports, project disbursement reports and other related financial reports as may be required.
The candidate must be a degree holder majoring in Accounting and a certified public accountant. He or she must have at least two years work experience in accounting work with an NGO. Attention to details and prompt delivery of financial requirements and strong work ethics are highly desirable qualities.
PROGRAM OFFICER: Provides technical and administrative support to ongoing project activities in the target communities. Primarily in-charge of constant liaison with community partners and seeing to it that the project activities are carried out efficiently.
The candidate is preferred to be a degree holder majoring in a Social Science or Development course. An extensive work in HIV and/or in communities is an advantage.
MONITORING and EVALUATION OFFICER: Provides technical support to the project through carrying out the duties and coordination needed to ensure proper monitoring and evaluation of program initiatives and activities in all project sites in Luzon. Responsible for thorough documentation, data gathering, relevant information collation and narrative reports on different aspects of project planning and implementation.
The candidate has a degree in any Social Science course, Computer Science, Statistics or its equivalent course. He or she must have adequate experience in research and at least 1 year experience in HIV work.
ADVOCACY OFFICER: Provides technical and advocacy support to all project initiatives that promote greater key population awareness and attitudinal/behavioral change. The support provided could assisting target communities in the development of communication strategy and associated advocacy and promotion of activities with implementing partners, stakeholders and public audiences.
The candidate has a degree in any Social Science course or Communication, or related field.
PROJECT ASSISTANT: Provides essential project support to ensure smooth implementation of project activities in coordination with LGU and NGO partners. Provides assistance to Project Officer in delivering relevant project deliverables. Performs other duties as may be assigned by the Program Manager.
A work background in HIV Prevention, adequate computer literacy and organizational skills are desired qualities. A college or associate degree is an advantage.
BOOKKEEPER: Prepares vouchers for all disbursements approved by the Program Manager; payroll of project staff; and reviews all liquidation reports and sees to it that they comply with the policies issued by Global funds. Performs other tasks assigned by the Finance Officer or by the Program Manager.
A degree in Commerce majoring in Accounting; CPA is an advantage. Must possess strong work ethics.
CASHIER: Prepares all project-related disbursements required through checks or bank transfers. Assists in the administration of operational support to project activities through coordinating logistical and other administrative support. Assists in reviewing support documents for financial transactions such as liquidations. Coordinates with project staff to assure compliance with financial SOP in the office.
A graduate of Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent course is desired. The candidate must possess strong work ethics.
Attention to Job Applicants
TO APPLY: Please email resume preferably with 2-3 references with recent ID picture to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com on or before January 9, 2016 (Saturday). Address email to Human Resources Officer and identify the job opening you are interested to apply.
As these positions are immediate requirements, applications will be processed as they are received, and hiring may close if the position is filled in before the closing date. Only those short-listed will be contacted for interview.