The DRRM staff will facilitate programs and activities under the Disaster Risk Reduction and
Management sector to be implemented at the national and Community Development Project
(CDP) areas. S/he will be primarily in-charge of hazard monitoring and keeping the
management informed of hazard events especially those that could possibly lead to a
disaster. The DRRM staff will assist in the implementation of emergency response strategies
in affected communities, monitoring the warehouse and replenishing relief items. S/he will
also provide support to the DRRM Manager, especially in working on grant opportunities. All
communications, coordination’s, problems encountered and actions taken should be in
coordination always with the DRRM Manager.
I. PROGRAM PLANNING AND EXECUTION
- Assists in planning, monitoring and implementation of DRRM activities at the CDP level;
- In-charge of consolidating DRRM-related concerns at the CDP level and assists the concerned CDP staff;
- Assists in reviewing the DRRM logical framework, Plan of Action (POA) and other related documents in line with the Design, Monitoring and Evaluation that covers DRRM;
- In-charge of monitoring the budget execution in the POA under the DRRM sector; and
- Assists the DRRM Manager in possible grant opportunities. This should includes gathering data and coordinating with essential offices as may be directed.
II. EMERGENCY RESPONSE-RELATED
- In-charge of checking hazard monitoring updates from reliable news sources and official online social media accounts of the national government such as PAGASA, PHIVOLCS and NDRRMC;
- In-charge of checking and consolidating hazard monitoring updates from the CDP areas;
- Keeps the management, DRRM Manager and key personnel in the CDP areas about hazards that may impact the covered communities;
- In-charge of warehouse monitoring and replenishment of relief items;
- Assist the DRRM Manager in planning and executing a possible emergency response; and;
- Lead Emergency Response as may be directed.
- Bachelor’s Degree in social sciences, environment and other humanitarian-related courses;
- At least 3 years of relevant experience;
- Experience working with an international NGO is an advantage;
- Has a strong desire to help others;
- Demonstrate a commitment to continuing professional education and an developing social work knowledge and skills; and
- Has knowledge on program planning and budgeting.
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