TASK FORCE DETAINEES OF THE PHILIPPINES (TFDP) IS HIRING
I. FINANCE OFFICER
The Finance Officer takes charge of finance management. S/he prepares the proposed budget for project proposals and the finance reports to be submitted to funding partners. S/he prepares the annual budget and ensures that the organization is operating within its budget. S/he provides recommendations to the ED/Executive Committee on necessary budget adjustments.
The Finance Officer heads the finance department. S/he is part of the Executive Committee. S/he reports to the Executive Director. S/he supervises the cashier and the bookkeeper.
1. preferably a graduate of Business Accountancy or its equivalent
2. must have a background in NGO finance management for at least two years
3. proficient in MIP Micro Information Products, Quick Books, or other accounting programs, MS Office
4. systematic and organized
5. must have management skills
6. with writing skills
II. PROGRAM COORDINATOR
The Program Coordinator serves as the head of the Direct Services Program (DSP). S/he oversees the planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the organization’s DSP work.
S/he performs alliance work with national human rights groups, service institutions/ organizations, and government authorities for support and assistance to the victims.
The Program Coordinator is part of the Executive Committee. S/he reports to the Executive Director. S/he coordinates with the Finance Officer concerning the budget of the program and helps in tapping of other sources for DSP projects. S/he supervises the DSP staff.
1. must have worked in a managerial position, preferably in an NGO, for at least three years
2. must have experience in paralegal work, handling of cases (preferably human rights-related), and campaigns
3. must have experience in alliance work
4. computer literate; must be proficient in MS Office
5. must have excellent writing skills
6. must be willing to go on field work
7. systematic and organized
III. RESEARCH, DOCUMENTATION, AND INFORMATION PROGRAM (RDIP) STAFF
The RDIP staff takes charge of the timely and quality documentation of cases of human rights violations within TFDP’s mandate. S/he ensures the accuracy of data and information gathered. S/he sees to it that data is packaged in accordance to TFDP standard of documentation.
The RDIP staff provides information on the human rights situation in his/her area of work for purposes of campaign and advocacy.
The RDIP staff reports to the RDIP Coordinator.
1. must have excellent writing skills
2. with knowledge and experience in data packaging and information work
3. computer literate; proficient in MS Office
4. with at least one year experience in NGO work
5. highly dependable and with initiative
6. systematic and organized
7. willing to be assigned in the region for field documentation or FFM
8. can work with minimum supervision
Interested applicants may send their application letter to:
MR. EMMANUEL C. AMISTAD
Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP)
No. 45 St. Mary St., Cubao, Quezon City
Fax : 9113643
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Other documents to be submitted:
1. curriculum vitae with 2×2 ID picture
2. 2 recommendation letters (1 from latest employer)
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