Call for Applications for the Position of Executive Director

Friday, July 12, 2019

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The Philippine Commission on Women (PCW), the government’s primary policy-making and coordinating body on women’s empowerment and gender equality is now officially accepting applications for the Executive Director preferably a Career Executive Service Officer (CESO).

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS

Education

Masters degree in the field of Women and Gender Studies or related disciplines

Experience

5 years of supervisory/management experience

Training

120 hours of supervisory/management learning and development intervention undertaken within the last 5 years

Eligibility

Career Executive Service Officer or Eligible

GENERAL FUNCTIONS
The PCW Executive Director has the overall responsibility for the performance of the agency. The ED shall:
1.    Establish the organization's goals, policies, programs and activities in collaboration with the Board of Commissioners and the Deputy Executive Directors; and
2.    Manage the day-to-day operations of the PCW Secretariat to ensure implementation of the agency mandate of policy formulation and program implementation for the fuller integration of women based on gender equality.

COMPETENCIES
Leadership Competencies
1.    Strategic and Critical Thinking - The ability to obtain information and identify key issues and relationships relevant to achieving a long-range goal or vision; to commit a course of action to accomplish a long-range goal or vision after developing alternatives based on logical assumptions, facts, available resources, constraints, and organizational values.
2.    Leading in a Continuously Changing Environment - The ability to encourage others to seek opportunities for different and innovative approaches in addressing problems and opportunities, and to facilitate the implementation and acceptance of change within the organization.
3.    Empowering/Developing Others to Establish Collective Accountability for Results - The ability to develop and promote effective relationships with colleagues and team members and to deal constructively with conflicts. The ability to develop subordinates’ skills and competencies by planning effective development activities related to current and future jobs.
4.    Linkaging and Networking for Productive Partnerships - The ability to develop and strengthen partnerships that can provide information, assistance and support to the organization; to identify and use synergies across the organization with external partners.
5.    Planning/Organizing for Greater Impact - The ability to establish a course of action for self and/or others to accomplish a specific goal; to plan proper assignments of personnel and appropriate allocation of time and other resources.
6.    Driving Performance for Integrity and Service - The ability to produce and deliver quality results, to be action-oriented and committed to the achievement of the outcomes.

Core Competencies
1.    Knowledge of and commitment to Gender and Development (GAD) - understanding of and consistently striving to apply women’s rights, GAD concepts and principles, particularly women's empowerment, gender equality and non-discrimination;
2.    Collaboration for GAD - working effectively with partners and key stakeholders to advance women's empowerment and gender equality;  
3.    Communication for GAD - conveying and receiving messages in a clear gender-sensitive manner; includes the ability to listen, interpret, formulate and deliver verbal and non-verbal, written, formal and informal and/or electronic messages on GAD and other concerns;
4.    Integrity - modelling PCW core values and ethical standards in both professional and personal life; doing the right thing even if no one is looking or even if others are not doing the right thing;
5.    Personal effectiveness - recognizing personal strengths and weaknesses and depends on guidance from authorities or appropriate bodies for direction in addressing them; ability to exercise self-direction and motivation in fulfilling assigned task while meeting set standards/expectations and upholding professional ethical standards in accomplishing such;
6.    Problem solving and decision making - providing timely solutions to problems and decision dilemmas that do not have clear-cut options and resolution may require some analysis or creativity; resolving deviations and/or selecting the appropriate alternative to situations, issues or dilemmas to arrive at the most feasible and beneficial outcome or solution for the organization; identifying a solution based on a realistic understanding of issues and assessment of options and implications.
 

Interested applicants shall submit and address their application letter and Curriculum Vitae to:

SECRETARY EDUARDO M. AÑO    
Department of the Interior and Local Government
DILG-NAPOLCOM Center
EDSA cor. Quezon Avenue,
Quezon City, 1104 Metro Manila

Through: ASSISTANT SECRETARY MARJORIE N. JALOSJOS
    Office for Mindanao and Special Concerns
    Department of the Interior and Local Government

cc: PHILIPPINE COMMISSION ON WOMEN
      1145 J.P. Laurel Street
      San Miguel, Manila
      board@pcw.gov.ph
      Fax: 736-4449
 

Deadline
The deadline for submission and acceptance of applications shall be on or before July 12, 2019.

 

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