Job Summary

Date/Time Posted:
2019-11-29 05:57:51
Place of Assignment:
Juvenile Justice and Welfare Council, Philippines, Southeast Asia
Education:
Master’s degree or Certificate in Leadership and Management from CSC
Experience:
4 years in position involving management and supervision
Training:
Eligibility:
RA 1080 (Registered Social Worker)
Employment Status:
Regular
Available Positions:
1
Salary Grade:
24

Social Welfare Officer V

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Job Description

PLACE OF ASSIGNMENT: JUVENILE JUSTICE AND WELFARE COUNCIL

PLACE OF EXAMINATION AND INTERVIEW: JJWC, #56 MATIMTIMAN STREET, TEACHERS VILLAGE EAST, QUEZON CITY 

NOTE:  QUALIFIED APPLICANTS MUST SUBMIT/ATTACH THE NECESSARY DOCUMENTS IN A COMPRESSED FILE

We wish to inform you that the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Council (JJWC) has one (1) vacant Permanent position with details as follows:

SOCIAL WELFARE OFFICER V 

Item Number: JJWCB-SOCWO5-2-2014

Compensation:SG 24 (Php 83,406.00)

Place of Assignment:Juvenile Justice and Welfare Council

CSC PRESCRIBED QUALIFICATION STANDARDS 

Education:Master’s Degree or Certificate in Leadership and Management from the CSC

Training:40 hours of supervisory/management learning and development

intervention

Experience:4 years of supervisory/management experience

Eligibility:R.A. 1080 (Social Worker)

JOB SUMMARY

Under direction and with some latitude for the exercise of independent judgement, serves as a head of a division. Oversees, plans, directs and supervises the division in performing its mandate and functions, and the implementation of JJWC programs and services.

TASKS:

1.Plan, program and distribute work

-Align division Work and Financial Plan with the agency’s directions;

-Assign/distribute work of subordinates, define the scope of work, standards, methods, processes and procedures, and direct and supervise implementation/ completion

-Develop contingency plan in case conditions change.

-Analyze, on a periodic basis, workload and job responsibilities of subordinates;

-Orient new subordinates concerning policies and procedures, work rules, and performance expectation levels;

-Identify and secure tools and resources to implement activities of the division;

-Design and develop and work processes, guidelines, standards, and methodologies for the effective functioning of the division, monitor its implementation, evaluate and analyze its effectiveness;

-Evaluate proposals to improve the division work methods and processes and decide which are to be adopted by the staff;

-Review and evaluate proposals to address work-related problem of the division and decide which of the proposed solutions or alternative courses of action are to be endorsed to the higher level supervisor;

-Update management and staff of new and pertinent issuances and propose the updating of relevant policies, guidelines, systems and procedures. 

2.Motivate, train and develop employees

-Provide training, coaching, mentoring and other developmental strategies to develop staff competencies;

-Asses the training needs of subordinates and identify appropriate staff development programs;

-Formulate individual Career Development Plan of subordinates; and

-Provide opportunities for the subordinate to put into practice technologies learned from training programs and other similar activities.

3.Maintain morale and discipline among employees

-Set up programs and processes to develop and sustain organizational values and work ethics; and

-Address discipline problems following the grievance process or machinery.

4.Develop cooperative and well-coordinated workforce

-Formulate policies and guidelines as well as programs to ensure smooth interpersonal relationship within the division;

-Ensure smooth flow of work by seeing to it that planned work methods, processes and procedures of the division are observed; and

-Conduct activities that promote good interpersonal relationships and ensure good communication flow.

5.Coordinate and cooperate with other organizational units within the agency

-Establish working relationships with the various internal units and offices that impact on the division outputs;

-Represent the division meetings, workshop, and conferences, and other fora; and

-Provide technical and consultative services to internal and external clients.

6.Perform other tasks as may be assigned by the Deputy Executive Director and Executive Director. 

Qualified applicants may apply online at psboard.jjwc@gmail.com and email/attach the following documents on or before December 13, 2019:

1.Application Letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC

2.Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet with recent passport-sized picture

3.Comprehensive resume with Job Description and 2x2 I.D. picture

4.Photocopy of certificate of eligibility/rating/license

5.Certificate of relevant trainings, learning and development interventions and seminars attended (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview)

6.Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Rating (IPCR)/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable

7.Photocopy of Transcript of Record

Note: Interested and qualified applicants regardless of gender, disability civil status, ethnicity, religion, etc. may apply.

Request for extension of submission and application with incomplete documents will not be entertained. All communications pertaining to your application will be sent via e-mail. 

**Only Qualified applicants will be notified.