NOTICE OF AVAILABLE PLANTILLA POSITION

Place of Assignment: ACPC Office – Pasig City

Salary Grade: 29

No. of Vacancy: One (1)

Employment Status: Plantilla Position (Item No. ACPCB-EXED4-1-1998)

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS:

Education: At least Master’s degree in any of the following fields: Economics, Agricultural Economics, Business Administration, Management, Agribusiness, Marketing, Finance, Banking, Rural Development, Statistics; Preferably with PhD

Experience: At least five (5) years of leadership/ management experience relative to the above fields particularly on the following:

  • Policy Research and Policy Formulation
  • Policy Advocacy particularly among the members of the ACPC Governing Council; the House of Representatives; and Senate of the Philippines, and other stakeholders)
  • Program Development and Implementation in collaboration with Financial Institutions

Training: One Hundred Twenty (120) hours of supervisory/management learning and development intervention

Eligibility: Career Service (Professional)/Second Level Eligibility

Skills: Proven track record on the following:

  • Strong leadership and managerial skills with the ability to provide effective supervision and guidance to a diverse team.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills for interacting with various stakeholders, including government officials, council members, and staff.
  • Analytical skills for developing plans, programs, and operating standards to achieve organizational objectives.
  • Strategic thinking and the ability to execute programs aligned with organizational goals.
  • The ability to develop and present reports for stakeholders including the ACPC Governing Council.

Competencies (per CSC)

  • Building collaborative, inclusive working relationships
  • Managing performance and coaching for results
  • Leading change
  • Thinking strategically and creatively
  • Creating and nurturing a high performing organization

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Executes programs, projects and decisions of the ACPC Governing Council (GC);
  • Develops plans, programs and operating standards for the promotion of the objectives and functions of the ACPC;
  • Oversees the conduct of policy research studies on rural finance (credit, guarantee and insurance);
  • Reviews and make recommendations on the socio-economic soundness of proposed programs, legislation, and other policies that aim to increase the flow of credit to agriculture;
  • Develops and recommends appropriate agricultural credit and financing policies and programs to the DA Secretary; the ACPC GC; House of Representatives and the Senate of the Philippines
  • Develops rural finance research proposals for funding by local and foreign institutions;
  • Initiates regular GC meetings;
  • Prepares accomplishment reports for the GC;
  • Prepares an organizational plan and plantilla of personnel subject to the approval of the GC;
  • Provides over-all supervision and guidance to ACPC activities.

INTERESTED APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:

  1. Application Letter specifying position applied for and addressed to: V BRUCE J. TOLENTINO Chair, Selection Committee for ACPC Executive Director Member, Monetary Board, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Vice Chair, ACPC Governing Council
  1. Personal Data Sheet (CSC Form 212 revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet;
  2. Copy of Diploma and Transcript of Records;
  3. Copy of Training Certificates;
  4. Copy of Individual Performance and Commitment Review (IPCR) for the last rating period.

Please submit a copy of the PDS and other pertinent documents (i.e. TOR, Diploma, Training Certificates) on or before March 15, 2024 through this link: http://tinyurl.com/muw6wjcr

NOTICE OF AVAILABLE CONTRACT OF SERVICE POSITION

Place of Assignment: Communication and Public Affairs  Division

Salary Grade: 15

No. of Vacancy: One (1)

Employment Status: Contract of Service

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS:

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and Marketing-related courses

Experience: At least 1-year relevant work experience in a government entity/agency and/or private development institution undertaking duties and responsibilities involving writing, graphics design and public speaking

OTHER REQUIREMENTS :

1. Possess experience/knowledge in producing, editing, layout of information, education and communication (IEC) materials and other social media collaterals;
2. Possess good graphics designing skills;
3. Possess good info graphics development;
4. Possess good verbal and written communication skills;
5. Possess attention to details;
6. Fast learner
7. Must be in good health

THE TERMS OF REFERENCES OF THIS POSITION INCLUDE BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO :

  • Create graphics and layouts for website/social media content, publications, brochures, reports, advertisements and other print and digital media.
  • Assist in editing videos for ACPC events and activities and for website and social media content;
  • Assist in managing contents for the DA-ACPC website and social media accounts;
  • Prepare news articles, success stories and feature articles for the ACPC newsmagazine, website and social media platforms;
  • Prepare speeches, messages, agency briefing materials/presentations;
  • Maintain and update the electronic archive of ACPC research outputs and other information materials in the Library information system;
  • Assist in the conduct of ACPC credit program orientations and activities;
  • Handle the dissemination and circulation of ACPC publications and other information materials;
  • Assist in the conduct of ACPC’s media relations activities and media events such as press briefings, radio and TV guesting, among others, to promote ACPC plans and programs;
  • Provide secretariat support to the ACPC Governing Council and Management Committee meetings;
  • Perform other tasks assigned by the supervisor.

INTERESTED APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:

    1. Application Letter addressed to Ms. Emmalyn J. Guinto,OIC- Administrative Division, specifying position applied for;
    2.  Updated Curriculum Vitae (please indicate email address and cell phone numbers); and,
    3. Diploma and Transcript of Records

Please e-mail a copy of these requirements to [email protected]

Place of Assignment: Financial Management  Division

Salary Grade: 15

No. of Vacancy: One (1)

Employment Status: Contract of Service

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS:

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in accountancy or finance-related courses

Experience:At least 1-year relevant work experience in a government
entity/agency and/or private development institution undertaking
duties and responsibilities involving financial reporting

OTHER REQUIREMENTS :

1. Possess basic knowledge in basic financial reporting;
2. Possess good verbal and written communication skills;
3. Must be in good health;

THE TERMS OF REFERENCES OF THIS POSITION INCLUDE BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO :

  • Facilitates reconciliation of receivables under the Due from GOCCs account and maintains the subsidiary ledgers (SL);
  • Assist in monitoring the unencumbered BTr-AMCFP fund for possible investment placement in order to increase the fund base of ACPC;
  • Maintain and update the Schedule of Office Supplies and Supplies Ledger cards;
  • Assist in the preparation of Journal Entry Voucher (JEV) under Fund 101 and Supplemental Budget, Checks Disbursements Journal, Cash Disbursements Journal, Cash Receipts Journal;
  • Assists in the preparation of monthly Budget and Financial Accountability Reports(BFAR);
  • Review the completeness of all documents attached to all paid disbursement vouchers before submitting to the Commission on Audit (COA);
  • Assist in the reconciliation of receivables under the on-going programs in coordination with the Fund Recovery Division;
  • Performs other accounting and budget related tasks that may be assigned from time to time by the supervisor and Director of the Financial Management Division (FMD).

INTERESTED APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:

    1. Application Letter addressed to Ms. Emmalyn J. Guinto,OIC- Administrative Division, specifying position applied for;
    2.  Updated Curriculum Vitae (please indicate email address and cell phone numbers); and,
    3. Diploma and Transcript of Records

Please e-mail a copy of these requirements to [email protected]

Place of Assignment: Assets Disposition Division

Salary Grade: 15

No. of Vacancy: One (1)

Employment Status: Contract of Service

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS:

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in accountancy or business-related courses

Experience: At least 1-year relevant work experience in a government entity/agency and/or private development institution undertaking duties and responsibilities involving financial analysis, analytical and technical writing

OTHER REQUIREMENTS :

1. Possess good verbal and written communication skills;
2. Must be in good health;

THE TERMS OF REFERENCES OF THIS POSITION INCLUDE BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO :

  • Computes loan principal, interest and corresponding penalties of borrowers with attached
    securities;
  • Updates Statements of Accounts (SOA) of individual borrowers on a quarterly basis;
  • Assists in the negotiation with the borrowers for the settlement of loan obligation;
  • Assists in the sending of confirmation and billing letters to borrowers;
  • Prepares Amortization Schedules and monitor / collect loan repayments;
  • Evaluates and negotiates requests from PLCs for extension of liquidation period of fund
    transfers, or proposed plan of payment and submit recommendations to the Executive Director
    for approval
  • Maintains and updates individual borrowers’ ledgers;
  • Recommends the release of collaterals, and the preparation of Certification of Full Payment,
    Cancellation of Mortgage and other necessary documents upon full settlement of loan by the
    borrower;
  • Assist in the release of land titles of properties attached as security, including other documents
    upon full settlement of assigned receivables;
  • Assists in coordinating with PDIC regarding concerns pertaining to assigned receivables;
  • Recommends accounts for endorsement to OSG for legal advice / action;
  • Ensures that all documents are complete and secured;
  • Maintains the database management systems of the division;
  • Prepares accomplishment and status reports on a monthly basis; and
  • Performs other tasks that may be assigned by the Division Chief and FMS Director

INTERESTED APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:

    1. Application Letter addressed to Ms. Emmalyn J. Guinto,OIC- Administrative Division, specifying position applied for;
    2.  Updated Curriculum Vitae (please indicate email address and cell phone numbers); and,
    3. Diploma and Transcript of Records

Please e-mail a copy of these requirements to [email protected]

Place of Assignment: Fund Recovery Division

Salary Grade: 15

No. of Vacancy: Two (2)

Employment Status: Contract of Service

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS:

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in accountancy or business-related courses

Experience: At least 1-year relevant work experience in a government entity/agency and/or private development institution undertaking duties and responsibilities involving financial analysis, analytical and technical writing

OTHER REQUIREMENTS :

1. Possess good verbal and written communication skills;
2. Must be in good health;

THE TERMS OF REFERENCES OF THIS POSITION INCLUDE BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO :

  • Monitors maturing accounts of Partner Lending Conduits (PLCs) and verify/ identify
    remittances / payments deposited to the BTr-AMCFP Account
  • Analyzes remittance and/or collection performance of PLCs and borrowers, and recommends
    strategies to improve remittance / collection rates
  • Prepares status reports on remittances of fund transfers, and submits recommendations to the
    Division Chief and Director of the Fund Management Staff (FMS) for endorsement to and
    approval of the Executive Director
  • Prepares and sends billing/reminder/demand letters to PLCs and borrowers with maturing
    accounts under the different agri-credit programs
  • Prepares and sends letters to PLCs on a semestral basis for the confirmation and reconciliation
    of outstanding balances, and undertakes reconciliation activities on unreconciled accounts
  • Evaluates and negotiates requests from PLCs for extension of liquidation period of fund
    transfers, or proposed plan of payment and submit recommendations to the Executive Director
    for approval
  • Evaluates accounts submitted for subrogation, and submit recommendations to the Executive
    Director for approval
  • Conducts validation visits to PLCs/borrowers, if needed
  • Prepares and updates the Status of Fund Transfers and Receivables under the different agri-
    credit programs sourced either from the GAA or AMCFP, and submits Monthly Remittance/Collection Reports

  • Maintains accounts dockets and ensures that all documents pertaining to the account are
    complete and in order
  • Updates/records in the individual ledgers the remittances and/or payments received

  • Coordinates with the Financial Management Division (FMD) in a quarterly basis for the
    reconciliation of outstanding balances on a quarterly basis

  • Prepares Certifications and other documents as requested by other units/division, the PLCs and
    or borrowers
  • Prepares and Submits bi-weekly accomplishment reports
  • Performs other related tasks as needed by the Fund Recovery Division (FRD), including other
    activities that may be assigned by the Division Chief and/or Director of the Fund Management
    Staff (FMS)

INTERESTED APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:

    1. Application Letter addressed to Ms. Emmalyn J. Guinto,OIC- Administrative Division, specifying position applied for;
    2.  Updated Curriculum Vitae (please indicate email address and cell phone numbers); and,
    3. Diploma and Transcript of Records

Please e-mail a copy of these requirements to [email protected]

Place of Assignment: Policy Research Division

Salary Grade: 18

No. of Vacancy: One (1)

Employment Status: Contract of Service

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS:

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in economics, statistics or journalism courses

Experience: At least 2-years relevant work experience in a government  entity/agency and/or private development institution undertaking  duties and responsibilities involving data analysis, report writing, and  project management 

OTHER REQUIREMENTS :

1. Possess experience/knowledge in technical writing, data collection and analysis;
2. Possess good verbal and written communication skills;
3. Possess attention to details and other technical skills;
4. Must be in good health;

THE TERMS OF REFERENCES OF THIS POSITION INCLUDE BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO :

Assist in the preparation of survey design and survey instruments; 

Assist in the conduct of surveys and studies on specific fields relating to agricultural  economics, rural finance, incentives to agriculture and other related areas; 

Collect and analyze data, research trends, and evaluate economic issues for resources,  goods, and services;  

Assist in the preparation of periodic report and recommendations based on the review  mandates of ACPC under RA 11901; 

Assist in the drafting of policy comments and answers to policy queries; Assist in the coordination with relevant agencies such as BSP, DAR, DA, banks, associations  of banks, industry leaders and other stakeholders in relation to the evaluation of compliance  under RA 11901; and 

Perform other tasks assigned by the supervisor

  • INTERESTED APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:
      1. Application Letter addressed to Ms. Emmalyn J. Guinto,OIC- Administrative Division, specifying position applied for;
      2.  Updated Curriculum Vitae Personal Data Sheet(please indicate email address and cell phone numbers); and,
      3. Diploma and Transcript of Records

    Please e-mail a copy of these requirements to [email protected]

Place of Assignment: Policy Research Division

Salary Grade: 15

No. of Vacancy: One (1)

Employment Status: Contract of Service

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS:

Education: Bachelor’s degree in statistics or economics courses

Experience: At least 1-year relevant work experience in a government  entity/agency and/or private development institution undertaking duties and responsibilities involving data analysis and report writing

OTHER REQUIREMENTS :

1. Possess experience/knowledge in data collection, analysis and visualization;
2. Possess good verbal and written communication skills;
3. Possess attention to details and other technical skills;
4. Must be in good health;

THE TERMS OF REFERENCES OF THIS POSITION INCLUDE BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO :

Assist in the conduct of surveys and studies on specific fields relating to agricultural  economics, rural finance, incentives to agriculture and other related areas;

Process and analyze collected data from research studies and surveys;

 Maintain and update the database system; and

Perform other tasks assigned by the supervisor

INTERESTED APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:

    1. Application Letter addressed to Ms. Emmalyn J. Guinto,OIC- Administrative Division, specifying position applied for;
    2.  Updated Curriculum Vitae Personal Data Sheet(please indicate email address and cell phone numbers); and,
    3. Diploma and Transcript of Records

Please e-mail a copy of these requirements to [email protected]

Place of Assignment: Policy Planning Division 

Salary Grade: 15

No. of Vacancy: One (1)

Employment Status: Contract of Service

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS:

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in social sciences, economics or any business-related courses

Experience: At least 2-years relevant work experience in a government entity/agency and/or private development institution undertaking
duties and responsibilities involving planning, research and project management

OTHER REQUIREMENTS :

1. Possess experience/knowledge in planning, data collection, analysis and visualization;
2. Possess good verbal and written communication skills;
3. Possess attention to details and other technical skills;
4. Must be in good health;

THE TERMS OF REFERENCES OF THIS POSITION INCLUDE BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO :

Planning

  • Preparation of annual agency and division operational plan and budget proposal, and
    strategic plan 2022-2028;
  • Organization and facilitation of assessment and planning workshops;
  • Preparation of agency inputs to sectoral plans, and monitoring and reporting on the same;
  • Participation in DA operating unit and inter-agency working groups (regional offices, councils, committees)

Research

  • Support for Credit Scoring Model Development Project re: coordination with financial institutions targeted to be engaged; accomplishment of data sharing agreements; project implementation, re: coordination with partners, CSM team, etc.
  • Support for other research projects 

Policy Advocacy 

  • Technical and administrative support in the conduct of forums, consultations, etc.
  • Responses to queries, requests, etc.
  • INTERESTED APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:
      1. Application Letter addressed to Ms. Emmalyn J. Guinto,OIC- Administrative Division, specifying position applied for;
      2.  Updated Curriculum Vitae Personal Data Sheet(please indicate email address and cell phone numbers); and,
      3. Diploma and Transcript of Records

    Please e-mail a copy of these requirements to [email protected]