NOTICE OF AVAILABLE PLANTILLA POSITION AS OF JUNE 18, 2021

1. Position: PROJECT EVALUATION OFFICER V
Place of Assignment: ACPC Office- Pasig City
Division: Advocacy Division Division
Salary Grade: 24
No. of Vacancy: One (1)  
Employment Status: Plantilla Position (Item No. ACPCB-PEO5-1-2013)

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS :

Education: Master’s degree of Certificate in Leadership and Management from the CSC
Experience: 4 years of supervisory / management experience
Training: 40 hours of supervisory / management learning and development intervention
Eligibility: Career Service (Professional)/Second Level Eligibility

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES : :

  1. Conceptualize and develop institution capacity building (ICB) programs and projects that will promote the education and training of small farmers on credit awareness, loan acquisition and loan repayment;
  2. Manage, oversee and coordinate the implementation of ICB programs and projects including the preparation of policies and guidelines for the implementation of ACPC programs and projects;
  3. Develop and/or conduct training programs that will promote the establishment of strong and viable farmers’ organizations such as cooperatives, credit unions, credit associations and non-government organization

2. Position: ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER III
Place of Assignment: ACPC Office- Pasig City
Division: Administrative Division
Salary Grade: 14
No. of Vacancy: One (1)  
Employment Status: Plantilla Position (Item No. ACPCB-ADOF3-1-2021)

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS :

Education: Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job
Experience: At least 1-year relevant work experience in a government entity/agency and/or private institution
Training: 4 hours of relevant training
Eligibility: Career Service (Professional)/Second Level Eligibility

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES : :

  1. Monitor all procurement activities of the ACPC and provide technical assistance to the end user units in the preparation of their respective Project Procurement Management Plans ;
  2. Manage all phases of the procurement process and create and maintain a price monitoring list of goods and services regularly procured by the agency and a list of suppliers, contractors and consultants
  3. Provide technical and administrative support to the Bids and Awards Committee;
  4. Review and assess the performance and recommend sanctions to the head of the procuring entity against erring suppliers, contractors and consultants including forfeiture of performance security and backlisting
  5. Ensure the ACPC’s compliance with government procurement processes and producers required under RA 9184 and for the timeliness of procurement activities as requires under the DBM’s cash-based budgeting system;
  6. Regularly monitor, report and compile/ file issuance of government circulars relevant to procurement
  7. Preparation of regular reports for submission to GPPB

3. Position: ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER I
Place of Assignment: ACPC Office- Pasig City
Division: Administrative Division
Salary Grade: 10
No. of Vacancy: One (1)  
Employment Status: Plantilla Position (Item No. ACPCB-ADOF1-1-2021)

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS :

Education: Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job
Experience: None required
Training: None required
Eligibility: Career Service (Professional)/Second Level Eligibility

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES : :

  1. Monitor all procurement activities of the ACPC and provide technical assistance to the end user units in the preparation of their respective Project Procurement Management Plans
  2. Monitor all phases of the procurement process, create and maintain a price monitoring list of goods and services regularly procured by the agency and a list of supplies, contractors and consultants;
  3. Coordinate with the end-users for the acceptance of goods and services and coordinate the payment of contacts;
  4. Shall be in charge of monitoring and implementing procurement plan and Philgeps posting;
  5. Work with internal and external stakeholders to determine procurement needs, quality and delivery requirements;
  6. Process purchasing transaction for equipment, materials, supplies, capital goods and services;

INTERESTED APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:

  1. Application Letter specifying position applied for;
  2. Personal Data Sheet (CSC Form 212 revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet;
  3. Copy of Diploma and Transcript of Records
  4. Copy of Training Certificates;
  5. Copy of Individual Performance and Commitment Review (IPCR) for the last rating period.

Please e-mail a copy of the PDS and other pertinent documents on or before July 15, 2021

to:
EMMALYN J. GUINTO
OIC, Administrative Division
Administrative, Financial and Management Staff
Agricultural Credit Policy Council
28th Floor One San Miguel Avenue Building
San Miguel Ave. cor Shaw Blvd. Ortigas Center Pasig City
Email Address: fjldulman@acpc.gov.ph


NOTE: INCOMPLETE SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS WILL NOT BE ENTERTAINED:

NOTICE OF AVAILABLE CONTRACT OF SERVICE POSITION AS OF JUNE 18, 2021

1. Position: COMPUTER MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGIST II
Place of Assignment: ACPC Office- Pasig City
Division: Information Systems Management Division
Salary Grade: 15
No. of Vacancy: One (1)  
Employment Status: Contract of Service

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS :

Bachelor’s degree in engineering or information and communication technology, preferably Computer Engineering Information Technology Computer Science or any computer –related courses;

At least minimum of two years’ work experience as a computer technician /technologist and/or network support staff with basic knowledge /experience in local area network, installation and configuration of routers /switches

OTHER REQUIREMENTS :

  1. Knowledgeable / has experience in installation and configuration of CISCO devices and other network devices, troubleshooting and repair of computers and other ICT devices;
  2. Possess problem-solving skills, and good communication and writing skills, teamwork and collaboration, fast learner;
  3. Can be able to keep accurate records, coordinate written work requests and work orders and maintain good inventory records;
  4. Must be in good health

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: :

  1. Provide assistance in acquiring, setting up and maintain the agency’s various ICT infrastructure and equipment requirements;
  2. Responsible for installing and configuring computer hardware, software, systems, network, printers, scanners and other ICT equipment /devices;
  3. Oversee daily computer systems performance, network/internet connectivity, providing technical support, installing new software for computer users, installing updates to existing software, and running diagnostic tests to resolve issues;
  4. Responsible for setting up new equipment, performing ICT equipment maintenance/repair work or replacement (if necessary), maintaining the inventory of ICT equipment, and keeping records of ICT support services; e) Provide technical assistance to ACPC staff on the proper use of all ICT equipment; and
  5. Perform other tasks that maybe assigned from time to time.

2. Position: FINANCIAL ANLYST II
Place of Assignment: ACPC Office- Pasig City
Division: Fund Recovery Division
Salary Grade: 15
No. of Vacancy: One (1)  
Employment Status: Contract of Service

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS :

Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job, preferably graduate of Finance or Accounting;

At least 1-year relevant work experience in a government entity /agency and/or private development institution undertaking duties and responsibilities involving negotiation, monitoring, coordination, reports preparation, records keeping.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS :

  1. With good analytical and negotiation skills;
  2. Must be in good health;

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES :

  1. Monitors the maturing accounts of the PLCs for Regions IX and X, and verify/identify payments of the PLCs credited to the BTR-AMCFP account;
  2. Coordinates with other units in gathering data i.e. (i) Loan Disbursements Reports (LDR) and (ii) Loan Collection Reports (LCR) submitted by the PLCs to ACPC as basis in the preparation of analysis/reports on the maturing obligations of the borrowers with PLC per release/account;
  3. Prepares and sends billing/reminder letter to the PLCs with maturing accounts under the on-going programs;
  4. Prepares and sends letter to the PLCs for the reconciliation of outstanding balances on a quarterly basis, including coordination with the PLCs on the result/actions taken pertaining to status of letters sent;
  5. Evaluates request of the PLCs for extension of account maturity under the on-going programs and recommends actions for approval by the Executive Director;
  6. Prepares and update the Schedule of Outstanding Receivables of PLCs under the on-going programs soured from the 2020 GAA Comprehensive release and the 2020 Bayanihan 2 Stimulus Fund; incorporates new releases in the reports and database.
  7. Coordinates with the Finance Management Division in the reconciliation of records/ outstanding receivable balances of the PLCs by program per books on a regular basis.
  8. Prepares and submits individual Monthly Collection Report (I-MCR) ;
  9. Maintains the credit folders and updates records/payments of the PLCs in the individual Ledgers;
  10. Performs other related tasks at the Fund Recovery Division, and activities that may be assigned from time to time by the 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. Curriculum Vitae or Personal Data Sheet (CSC Form 212 revised 2017)
  3. Copy of Diploma and Transcript of Records

Please e-mail a copy of these requirements to acpchrmsrecruitment@gmail.com


Submission of application is until June 30, 2021 only:

NOTICE OF AVAILABLE CONTRACT OF SERVICE AS OF JUNE 18, 2021

1. Position: PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER III
Salary Grade: 18
No. of Vacancy: One (1)  
Employment Status: Contract of Service

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS :

Education: Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job, preferably graduate of economics, statistics, business and other related courses
Experience: At least 1-year relevant work experience in a government entity/ageny and/or private development institution undertaking duties and responsibilities involving data analysis, report writing and project management

OTHER REQUIREMENTS : :

  1. Knowledgeable in technical writing, data collection and analysis;
  2. Computer literate and proficient in MS Office and other database management software;
  3. Must be in good health

The Terms of References of this position include but is not limited to: :

Support to APCP Secretariat :

  • Assist the TWG and Secretariat members in preparation of proposals on topics/activities relating, but not limited to the program implementation, policy enhancement, monitoring and evaluation, and capacity building;
  • Organize and assist in the conduct of mid-year and year-end planning and review workshops;
  • Participate in the conduct of activities and studies relating to program implementation and monitoring;
  • Document proceedings of meetings, workshops, and other related activities relative to APCP; and
  • Prepare infographics or presentation materials relative to the program procedures and policies.

Research :

  • Participate in the conduct of surveys and studies and policy advocacy relating to agricultural economics, rural finance, incentives to agriculture and other related areas;
  • Collect, process, analyze and interpret data on research results concerning rural finance and agri-related matters; and
  • Perform other tasks that may be assigned by the supervisor

1. Position: PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER II

Salary Grade: 15
No. of Vacancy: One (1)  
Employment Status: Contract of Service

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS :

Education: Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job, preferably graduate of economics, statistics, business and other related courses
Experience: At least 1-year relevant work experience in a government entity/ageny and/or private development institution undertaking duties and responsibilities involving data analysis, report writing and project management

OTHER REQUIREMENTS : :

  1. Knowledgeable in technical writing, data collection and analysis;
  2. Computer literate and proficient in MS Office and other database management software;
  3. Must be in good health

The Terms of References of this position include but is not limited to: :

Support to APCP Secretariat :

  • Assist the TWG and Secretariat members in preparation of proposals on topics/activities relating, but not limited to the program implementation, policy enhancement, monitoring and evaluation, and capacity building;
  • Assist in the conduct of mid-year and year-end planning and review workshops; o Participate in the conduct of activities and studies relating to program implementation and monitoring; and ;
  • Document proceedings of meetings, workshops, and other related activities relative to APCP.

Research :

  • Participate in the conduct of surveys and studies and policy advocacy relating to agricultural economics, rural finance, incentives to agriculture and other related areas
  • Collect, process, analyze and interpret data on research results concerning rural finance and agri-related matters; and
  • Perform other tasks that may be 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. Curriculum Vitae with two colored pictures (2X2) attached on the upper right hand corner (please indicate e-mail address and cell phone numbers); and

Please e-mail a copy of these requirements to acpchrmsrecruitment@gmail.com


Submission of application is until July 07, 2021 only: