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Vacant Position as of July 5, 2024

  • Position: Administrative Assistant II (Contract of Service)
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee -Field Office XI
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director – RJJWC Secretariat
  • Positions Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Completion of two (2) year studies in college
  • Training: Four hours of relevant training
  • Experience:One (1) year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: None required
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: College Graduate
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training on Information System or any administrative assistance
  • Experience: One (1) year of experience in using information system or adminstrative assistance work
JOB SUMMARY
The Administrative Assistant II shall train and monitor the users of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Information Management System (JJ-MIS) and provide administrative assistance to the Support for Bahay Pag-Asa Project.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • 1. Technical assistance and monitoring reports on the use of JJ-MIS.
  • 2. Logbook/database of incoming and outgoing documents.
  • 3. Transmittal letters and other office documents (e.g certificates, vouchers, etc.).
  • 4. Administrative and logistical arrangements for Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities of the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee.
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Coordinate and conduct training and monitoring of JJ-MIS;
  • Generate and submit data from the JJ-MIS;
  • Route procurement requests, project procurement management plan (PPMP), work and financial plans and other documents for JJ-MIS, Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities
  • Assist in the logistical arrangements for the Support for BPA Project and other regular activities;
  • Receives, records, releases and files vouchers, RIS/PR, letters, memoranda, and other office documents and communications;
  • Classifies and sorts outgoing and incoming correspondence;
  • Encodes simple routine documents such as transmittal letters, special orders, certificates, vouchers, and other documents as may be required;
  • Assists in the receipt and dissemination of documents to committee members/concerned officials;
  • Performs administrative liaisoning functions;
  • Monitors stocks of office supplies and ensures upkeep of office equipment and properties; and
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned/required by Supervisors.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before July 15, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of July 5, 2024

  • Position: Project Development Officer (PDO) II
  • Cost of Service: PhP36,619.00 per month plus20%premium
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee Regional Secretariat (Region XII)
  • Reports to: RJJWC Chairperson
  • Positions Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree relevant to the job
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training
  • Experience: One (1) years of relevant experience
  • B. Preferred Qualification(Competency-based)
  • Education: Social Science Course preferably BS Social Work or Community Development
  • Training: : 8 hourstraining on any ofthe following: juvenile justice and welfare, child rights and protection, project development and management, monitoring and coordination
  • Experience: : : 2-year work experience in the juvenile justice and child welfare field
JOB SUMMARY
The PDO II coordinates and monitorsthe implementation ofthe Support to Bahay Pag-Asa (BPA) Project at the regional level.Note: This contract of service position is a two-year term (2024 to 2025) but with a possibility of extension.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • Regional implementation plan including work and financial plans
  • Project proposals/concept notes/
  • Monitoring reports with recommendations
  • Memoranda/lettersto partner agencies, local government units and other stakeholders
  • Other relevant reports
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Underthe guidance ofthe Regional Secretariat SWO III/Team Leader, the PDO II shall:
  • 1. Assist Bahay Pag-Asa facilitiesin developing their proposalsin accordance with the Support to BPA Project guidelines.
  • 2. Develop regional plans based on project proposals from local government units/Bahay Pag-Asa in accordance with the Project’stimelines and expected outputs within the year;
  • 3. Coordinate the delivery ofservices to Bahay Pag-Asa such asthe training for center staff, livelihood and skills trainings for residents, subsidies and other interventions;
  • 4. Provide technical assistance to local government units(LGUs) in complying with the requirements of the JJWC on the provision of support to Bahay Pag-asaoperations;
  • 5. Monitor the implementation oftarget activities;
  • 6. Submit monitoring reports on project implementation with recommendationsfor improvement and resolution of issues, following Secretariat requirements;
  • 7. Perform othertasks as may be assigned by the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee Chairperson and the JJWC Secretariat Executive Director/Deputy Executive Director.
  • He/she may be assigned to assist the SWO III/Regional Secretariat Team Leaderin coordinating regional monitoring of detention facilities.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before July 15, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare Oco, Executive Director-OED
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of May 31, 2024

  • Position: Administrative Assistant III
  • Salary Grade: 9
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee – Field Office VI
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director – RJJWC Secretariat
  • Reports to: Social Welfare Officer III, DSWD Regional Director(RJJWC Chairperson), JJWC Executive Director
  • Position Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Completion of two (2) years studies in College
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training
  • Experience: One (1) year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: Career Sub-Professional/First Level Eligibility
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: Completion of two (2) year studies in college leading a degree preferably in Office/Public Administration, Management or related field
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training in using basic office productivity tools (e.g MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint)
  • Experience: 1 year of experience in performing administrative and clerical support.
JOB SUMMARY
The Administrative Assistant III shall assist the Social Welfare Officer III (Regional Coordinator) in the performance of the functions of the RJJWC Secretariat in the region by providing administrative and clerical support.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • Monthly and quarterly reports(CICL in detention facilities every month, financial utilization report, quarterly CAR and CICL inventory, monthly monitoring of RJJWC Programs/Projects and activities, Media monitoring report)
  • Project Proposals
  • Minutes of RJJWC Meetings, Photo documentations
  • Logistical support for upcoming activities/trainings/meetings
  • Communication letters, correspondences to Committee members and other stakeholders
  • Technical assistance to stakeholders on the use of CAR and CICL Registry within the region as requested
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Prepares project proposals, purchase request and RIS for the conduct of activities at least one month ahead of scheduled date
  • Prepares needed logical requirements for the conduct of activities in accordance to checklist of logistical requirements and accomplishing necessary paper works
  • Prepare minutes, photo documentations to document the activities 10days after the conduct of activity
  • Prepares media monitoring reports to take necessary on reports related to RA9344 within respective regions as need arises
  • Prepares CAR and CICL inventory as required by JJWC every quarter
  • Prepares Report of Detention Facilities to establish number of detention facilities to be monitored within the region every year
  • Prepares update on children on jail to ensure that no child is detain in jail facilities every month until released
  • Prepares fund utilization report to reflect fund utilization status of the region every month
  • Provides technical assistance to stakeholders on the use of CAR and CICL registry to establish a database as stipulated in RA9344 as amended upon request
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned/required by supervisors
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before June 10, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Ma. Victoria L. Rivera, CAO, JJWC-FAD
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of May 30, 2024

  • Position: Administrative Assistant II (Contract of Service)
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee -Field Office XI
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director – RJJWC Secretariat
  • Positions Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Completion of two (2) year studies in college
  • Training: Four hours of relevant training
  • Experience:One (1) year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: None required
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: College Graduate
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training on Information System or any administrative assistance
  • Experience: One (1) year of experience in using information system or adminstrative assistance work
JOB SUMMARY
The Administrative Assistant II shall train and monitor the users of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Information Management System (JJ-MIS) and provide administrative assistance to the Support for Bahay Pag-Asa Project.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • 1. Technical assistance and monitoring reports on the use of JJ-MIS.
  • 2. Logbook/database of incoming and outgoing documents.
  • 3. Transmittal letters and other office documents (e.g certificates, vouchers, etc.).
  • 4. Administrative and logistical arrangements for Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities of the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee.
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Coordinate and conduct training and monitoring of JJ-MIS;
  • Generate and submit data from the JJ-MIS;
  • Route procurement requests, project procurement management plan (PPMP), work and financial plans and other documents for JJ-MIS, Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities
  • Assist in the logistical arrangements for the Support for BPA Project and other regular activities;
  • Receives, records, releases and files vouchers, RIS/PR, letters, memoranda, and other office documents and communications;
  • Classifies and sorts outgoing and incoming correspondence;
  • Encodes simple routine documents such as transmittal letters, special orders, certificates, vouchers, and other documents as may be required;
  • Assists in the receipt and dissemination of documents to committee members/concerned officials;
  • Performs administrative liaisoning functions;
  • Monitors stocks of office supplies and ensures upkeep of office equipment and properties; and
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned/required by Supervisors.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before June 7, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of May 29, 2024

 
  • Position: Administrative Assistant II (Contract of Service)
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee -Field Office – X
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director – RJJWC Secretariat
  • Positions Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Completion of two (2) year studies in college
  • Training: Four hours of relevant training
  • Experience:One (1) year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: None required
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: College Graduate
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training on Information System or any administrative assistance
  • Experience: One (1) year of experience in using information system or adminstrative assistance work
JOB SUMMARY
The Administrative Assistant II shall train and monitor the users of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Information Management System (JJ-MIS) and provide administrative assistance to the Support for Bahay Pag-Asa Project.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • 1. Technical assistance and monitoring reports on the use of JJ-MIS.
  • 2. Logbook/database of incoming and outgoing documents.
  • 3. Transmittal letters and other office documents (e.g certificates, vouchers, etc.).
  • 4. Administrative and logistical arrangements for Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities of the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee.
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Coordinate and conduct training and monitoring of JJ-MIS;
  • Generate and submit data from the JJ-MIS;
  • Route procurement requests, project procurement management plan (PPMP), work and financial plans and other documents for JJ-MIS, Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities
  • Assist in the logistical arrangements for the Support for BPA Project and other regular activities;
  • Receives, records, releases and files vouchers, RIS/PR, letters, memoranda, and other office documents and communications;
  • Classifies and sorts outgoing and incoming correspondence;
  • Encodes simple routine documents such as transmittal letters, special orders, certificates, vouchers, and other documents as may be required;
  • Assists in the receipt and dissemination of documents to committee members/concerned officials;
  • Performs administrative liaisoning functions;
  • Monitors stocks of office supplies and ensures upkeep of office equipment and properties; and
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned/required by Supervisors.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before June 7, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of May 25, 2024

  • Position: Administrative Assistant III
  • Monnthly Cost of Service: P21,211 + 20% Premium
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Council National Secretariat
  • Division: FAD – Accounting Unit
  • Reports to: Accountant III, Supervising Administrative Officer, Chief Admin Officer
  • Positions Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Completion of two-year studies in College
  • Training: 4 hours of relevant training
  • Experience: 1 year of clerical or administrative experience
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: : Preferrably at least 3rd year in college and course being taken is Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration major in Accounting, financial management, management or IT related course
  • Training: 4 hours of relevant training in Accounting
  • Experience: 1 year of clerical or administrative experience
JOB SUMMARY
he Administrative Assistant III is responsible in the monitoring and recording of RJJWC liquidation reports, preparation of Bank Reconciliation Statements and reconciliation of various accounts in the accounting books.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • RJJWC liquidation reports
  • Bank Reconciliation Statements
  • Other accounting and reconciliation reports
PRIMARY TASKS
  • Assists in the monitoring of RJJWC liquidation reports.
  • Posts/encodes RJJWC liquidation reports in e-NGAS.
  • Prepares monthly bank reconciliation statements and other pertinent mandatory reports.
  • Monitoring of Official Receipts
  • Acts as alternate UDCO.
  • Assists in filing of processed/paid disbursement vouchers for submission to COA.
  • Assists in posting/encoding of financial transactions into the Electronic National Government Accounting System (E-NGAS) and Unified Reporting System (URS)
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned by the SAO and CAO
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph email subject: Administrative Assistant III – Accounting Unit on or before May 28, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present postion, if applicable.
  6. Photocopy of Transcript of Records
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of May 22, 2024

  • Position: Project Development Officer III
  • Salary Grade: 18
  • Item Number: JJWCB-PDO3-6-2014
  • Location: JJWC National Secretariat
  • Division: Policy and Research Division
  • Reports to: Social Welfare Officer V(Policy and Research Division)
  • Position Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
A. CSC – Prescribed QS
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree relevant to the job
  • Training: 8 hours of relevant training
  • Experience: 2 years of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: Career Service Professional/ Second (2nd) Level Eligibility
B. Preferred Qualifications
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science courses (Political Science, Sociology, Psychology and etc.), Public Administration, , Development Communication BS Social Work,
  • Training: 24 hours of training on any of the following: program management, policy development, research, child rights, relevant laws
  • Experience: 4 years of experience in project development, research, social work practice, legislative work
JOB SUMMARY
The Project Development Officer III acts as research project facilitator and assistant through the development of research design and research instruments. He/she conducts the data gathering via series of activities and presents findings. He/she consolidate the research report.
JOB OUTPUTS
  1. Research Proposal and Report.
  2. Draft policies.
  3. Program design
  4. Physical design.
JOB TASK/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Draft JJWC policies and propose program designs as technical support to the council in the implementation of RA9344 as amended
  • Propose and assist in the implementation of research activities of the council
  • Provide technical assistance on areas of policy formulation, research development, program development and planning
  • Facilitate planning of agency physical targets, thrusts and priorities
  • Perform other tasks as may be assigned by the Division Chief, Deputy Executive Director and Executive Director.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before June 1, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/ Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of April 26, 2024

  • Position: Social Welfare Officer V
  • Salary Grade: 24
  • Item Number: JJWCB-SOCWO5-2-2014
  • Location: JJWC National Secretariat
  • Division: Policy and Research Division
  • Reports to: Deputy Executive Director and Executive Director
  • Positions Supervised: PDO IV, PDO III, SWO III
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work
  • Training: 40 hours of supervisory/management learning and development intervention undertaken within the last 5 years
  • Experience: 4 years of supervisory/management experience
  • Eligibility: R.A. 1080 (Registered Social Worker)
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: Master’s degree in Social Work or Certificate in Leadership and Management from the CSC
  • Training: 80 hours (40 hours of training in management and supervision; 40 hours of training in policy and research development
  • Experience: 5 years of experience in project development, research, social work practice, legislative work
JOB SUMMARY
The Social Welfare Officer V shall lead the provision of the key technical support to the member and coordinating agencies in the formulation of policies, development of programs, crafting of policies, plans and strategies for the prevention of juvenile delinquency and the administration of juvenile justice and welfare. He/she shall act as the Planning Officer of the agency.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • Reviewed and enhanced policies, program designs, research reports for onward submission to the management and council;
  • Work, Financial and Physical Plan of the agency;
  • Planning parameters
  • Policy recommendation for submission to the Congress, President and Supreme Court
PRIMARY TASKS
  • As head of the division, he/she shall oversee, plan direct and supervise the Division in the provision of technical assistance to JJWC/RJJWC member-and coordinating- agencies and other stakeholders along policy, program development and research on juvenile justice and welfare;
    • Provides technical assistance in the development and updating of a comprehensive 3-5 year comprehensive national juvenile intervention program;
    • Facilitates the conduct of research and support evaluations and studies on all matters related to juvenile justice and welfare;
    • Consolidates and finalizes the Work and Financial Plan of JJWC;
    • Evaluates and submits periodic and special reports as basis of report of the Division and the agency;
    • Plans, programs and distribute and monitors work of the division;
    • Motivates, train and develop staff
    • Reviews and evaluates the performance of staff
    • Maintains morale and discipline among staff
    • Develops cooperative and well-coordinated workforce;
    • Coordinates and cooperates with other organizational units within the agency;
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned by Deputy Executive Director, Executive Director, and council members.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before May 6, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of April 23, 2024

  • Position: ProjectDevelopment Officer (PDO) II
  • Cost of Service: PhP36,619.00 per month plus20%premium
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee Regional Secretariat (Region I, II, III, IV-A and B, V, VI, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII NCR, CAR and Caraga)
  • Reports to: RJJWC Chairperson
  • Positions Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree relevant to the job
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training
  • Experience: One (1) years of relevant experience
  • B. Preferred Qualification(Competency-based)
  • Education: Social Science Course preferably BS Social Work or Community Development
  • Training: : 8 hourstraining on any ofthe following: juvenile justice and welfare, child rights and protection, project development and management, monitoring and coordination
  • Experience: : : 2-year work experience in the juvenile justice and child welfare field
JOB SUMMARY
The PDO II coordinates and monitorsthe implementation ofthe Support to Bahay Pag-Asa (BPA) Project at the regional level.Note: This contract of service position is a two-year term (2024 to 2025) but with a possibility of extension.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • Regional implementation plan including work and financial plans
  • Project proposals/concept notes/
  • Monitoring reports with recommendations
  • Memoranda/lettersto partner agencies, local government units and other stakeholders
  • Other relevant reports
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Underthe guidance ofthe Regional Secretariat SWO III/Team Leader, the PDO II shall:
  • 1. Assist Bahay Pag-Asa facilitiesin developing their proposalsin accordance with the Support to BPA Project guidelines.
  • 2. Develop regional plans based on project proposals from local government units/Bahay Pag-Asa in accordance with the Project’stimelines and expected outputs within the year;
  • 3. Coordinate the delivery ofservices to Bahay Pag-Asa such asthe training for center staff, livelihood and skills trainings for residents, subsidies and other interventions;
  • 4. Provide technical assistance to local government units(LGUs) in complying with the requirements of the JJWC on the provision of support to Bahay Pag-asaoperations;
  • 5. Monitorthe implementation oftarget activities;
  • 6. Submit monitoring reports on project implementation with recommendationsfor improvement and resolution of issues, following Secretariat requirements;
  • 7. Perform othertasks as may be assigned by the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee Chairperson and the JJWC Secretariat Executive Director/Deputy Executive Director.
  • He/she may be assigned to assist the SWO III/Regional Secretariat Team Leaderin coordinating regional monitoring of detention facilities.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before May 3, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Mr. Peter Escober, Officer In Charge, JJWC-FAD
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of April 1, 2024

  • Position: Social Welfare Officer V
  • Salary Grade: 24
  • Item Number: JJWCB-SOCWO5-2-2014
  • Location: JJWC National Secretariat
  • Division: Policy and Research Division
  • Reports to: Deputy Executive Director and Executive Director
  • Positions Supervised: PDO IV, PDO III, SWO III
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work
  • Training: 40 hours of supervisory/management learning and development intervention undertaken within the last 5 years
  • Experience: 4 years of supervisory/management experience
  • Eligibility: R.A. 1080 (Registered Social Worker)
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: Master’s degree in Social Work or Certificate in Leadership and Management from the CSC
  • Training: 80 hours (40 hours of training in management and supervision; 40 hours of training in policy and research development
  • Experience: 5 years of experience in project development, research, social work practice, legislative work
JOB SUMMARY
The Social Welfare Officer V shall lead the provision of the key technical support to the member and coordinating agencies in the formulation of policies, development of programs, crafting of policies, plans and strategies for the prevention of juvenile delinquency and the administration of juvenile justice and welfare. He/she shall act as the Planning Officer of the agency.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • Reviewed and enhanced policies, program designs, research reports for onward submission to the management and council;
  • Work, Financial and Physical Plan of the agency;
  • Planning parameters
  • Policy recommendation for submission to the Congress, President and Supreme Court
PRIMARY TASKS
  • As head of the division, he/she shall oversee, plan direct and supervise the Division in the provision of technical assistance to JJWC/RJJWC member-and coordinating- agencies and other stakeholders along policy, program development and research on juvenile justice and welfare;
    • Provides technical assistance in the development and updating of a comprehensive 3-5 year comprehensive national juvenile intervention program;
    • Facilitates the conduct of research and support evaluations and studies on all matters related to juvenile justice and welfare;
    • Consolidates and finalizes the Work and Financial Plan of JJWC;
    • Evaluates and submits periodic and special reports as basis of report of the Division and the agency;
    • Plans, programs and distribute and monitors work of the division;
    • Motivates, train and develop staff
    • Reviews and evaluates the performance of staff
    • Maintains morale and discipline among staff
    • Develops cooperative and well-coordinated workforce;
    • Coordinates and cooperates with other organizational units within the agency;
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned by Deputy Executive Director, Executive Director, and council members.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before April 11, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of March 20, 2024

  • Position: Project Development Officer II
  • Salary Grade: 15
  • Item Number: JJWCB-PDO2-2-2020
  • Location: JJWC National Secretariat
  • Division: Policy and Research Division
  • Reports to: Social Welfare Officer V (Policy and Research Division Chief)
  • Position Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree relevant to the job
  • Training: 4 hours of relevant training
  • Experience: 1 year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: Career Service Professional/2nd level eligibility
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: Bachelor’s degree preferably Social Work or other development courses
  • Training: 4 hours of relevant training
  • Eligibility: Career Service Professional/2nd level eligibility
JOB SUMMARY
Under general supervision, the PDO II provides technical assistance and administrative support to project focal; assists in developing project materials; submits recommendations and proposals on programs integration and implementation; monitors the Agency’s and Division’s Work and Financial Plan (WFP) vis-a-vis fund utilization and accomplishments; does the budget and procurement plans of the Division; and performs other related tasks or directives.
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Assists in the preparation of materials and literatures on the different programs/ projects of the Division;
  • Facilitates the administrative and liaison tasks of the Division such as performance of Unit Document Control Officer (UDCO) functions;
  • Establishes and maintains linkages with member agencies and other external partners through consultation, meetings and other means of communications;
  • Coordinates the tasks, targets and deliverables of the Division to other offices, divisions and units within the agency;
  • Monitors the Agency’s Work and Financial Plan (WFP) vis-a-vis fund utilization and accomplishments;
  • Monitors the fund utilization of the Division including liquidation reports and other financial transactions and coordinates the same to appropriate unit in the agency;
  • Prepares the Division’s annual procurement plan, project procurement management plan and other related plans;
  • Prepares the Division’s and agency’s accomplishment reports including the forms or reports to be submitted to oversight agencies;
  • Identifies and recommends actions for a more effective implementation of projects/ programs and attainment of Division’s targets and mandates;
  • Establishes data bank of Division projects to be accomplished by the project focal for updates and status;
  • Performs other assignments that may be required from time to time.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to psboard.jjwc@gmail.com on or before April 10, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Indvidual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of March 18, 2024

  • Position: Project Development Officer V
  • Salary Grade: 24
  • Item Number: JJWCB-PDO5-1-2023
  • Location: JJWC National Secretariat
  • Division: Advocacy and Communications Division
  • Reports to: Executive Director
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. 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: Career Service Professional/2nd level eligibility
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: : University and Master’s Degree in Communication, Development Communication, Journalism, Broadcasting or any relevant field
  • Training: 80 hours (40 hours of training in management and supervision; 40 hours of technical training
  • Experience: 5 years of experience in organizing and facilitating advocacy and social mobilization activities, press conferences and other media-related activities; Coordination with national government agencies (NGAs), local government units (LGUs), civil society organizations (CSO), people’s organizations (PO), and non-government organizations dealing with youth and children; Implementation of communication and advocacy plans
JOB SUMMARY
The Project Development Officer V shall be the focal person and chief of Advocacy and Communications Division. He/she is expected to provide key technical support in the formulation and implementation of the communications and advocacy plan of JJWC and RJJWC, and to lead and coordinate the conduct of advocacy and social marketing activities at the national and regional levels.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • JJWC Communication Plan;
  • Advocacy Activities;
  • Division Work and Financial Plan
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Formulate and develop a communication and advocacy plan including a feedback mechanism suited to the needs of the public, and recommend policies to enhance and strengthen JJWC communication and advocacy programs
  • Undertake advocacy and social marketing activities to educate and raise the awareness and understanding of all stakeholders, duty bearers and the general public on program and policy reforms, global best practices, trends and directions in juvenile justice and welfare
  • Promote linkages with public information, public relations and media offices and organizations; and develop and maintain effective and favourable public relations
  • Conceptualize, develop, package and produce IEC materials using popular language, to include: a system of pre-testing information materials for effectiveness and impact prior to mass production; and of an efficient distribution system for IEC materials produced
  • Conducts or attends meetings and coordinate with members and coordinating agencies of the JJWC for trainings of duty bearers
  • Renders technical assistance relative to program implementation, networking management
  • Serve as the head of a Division and oversee, plan, direct and supervise the Division and units in the provision of technical assistance
  • Finalize the work and financial plan for the Division
  • Evaluate and submit periodic and special reports for the Division
  • Plans, programs and distribute and monitors work of the division;
  • Motivates, train and develop staff
  • Reviews and evaluates the performance of staff
  • Maintains morale and discipline among staff
  • Develops cooperative and well-coordinated workforce;
  • Coordinates and cooperates with other organizational units within the agency;
  • Perform other tasks as may be assigned by Deputy Executive Director and Executive Director
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before March 23, 2023:
  1. Application letter addressed to Mr. Peter E. Escober, OIC-FAD, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet(CS Form No.212 Attachment-Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if may be applicable
JJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of March 18, 2024

 
  • Position: Administrative Assistant II (Contract of Service)
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee -Field Office – NCR
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director – RJJWC Secretariat
  • Positions Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Completion of two (2) year studies in college
  • Training: Four hours of relevant training
  • Experience:One (1) year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: None required
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: College Graduate
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training on Information System or any administrative assistance
  • Experience: One (1) year of experience in using information system or adminstrative assistance work
JOB SUMMARY
The Administrative Assistant II shall train and monitor the users of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Information Management System (JJ-MIS) and provide administrative assistance to the Support for Bahay Pag-Asa Project.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • 1. Technical assistance and monitoring reports on the use of JJ-MIS.
  • 2. Logbook/database of incoming and outgoing documents.
  • 3. Transmittal letters and other office documents (e.g certificates, vouchers, etc.).
  • 4. Administrative and logistical arrangements for Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities of the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee.
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Coordinate and conduct training and monitoring of JJ-MIS;
  • Generate and submit data from the JJ-MIS;
  • Route procurement requests, project procurement management plan (PPMP), work and financial plans and other documents for JJ-MIS, Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities
  • Assist in the logistical arrangements for the Support for BPA Project and other regular activities;
  • Receives, records, releases and files vouchers, RIS/PR, letters, memoranda, and other office documents and communications;
  • Classifies and sorts outgoing and incoming correspondence;
  • Encodes simple routine documents such as transmittal letters, special orders, certificates, vouchers, and other documents as may be required;
  • Assists in the receipt and dissemination of documents to committee members/concerned officials;
  • Performs administrative liaisoning functions;
  • Monitors stocks of office supplies and ensures upkeep of office equipment and properties; and
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned/required by Supervisors.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before March 25, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of March 4, 2024

  • Position: Administrative Assistant III
  • Salary Grade: 9
  • Item Number: JJWCB-ADAS3-18-2014
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Council
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director
  • Reports to: SWO III, DSWD Regional Director, JJWC Executive Director
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Completion of two-year studies in College
  • Training: 4 hours of relevant training
  • Experience: 1 year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: Career Service (Sub-Professional)/First Level Eligibility
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: Completion of two-year studies in College leading to a degree preferably in Office/Public Administration, Management or related field
  • Training: 4 hours of relevant training in using basic office productivity(e.g. MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint)
  • Experience: 1 year of experience in performing administrative functions or clerical work
JOB SUMMARY
The Administrative Assistant III shall assist the Social Welfare Officer III(Regional Coordinator) in the performance of the functions of the RJJWC Secretarial in the region by providing administrative and clerical support.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • Monthly and quarterly reports(CICL in detention facilities every month, financial utilization report, quarterly CAR and CICL inventory, monthly monitoring of RJJWC Program/projects and activities, media monitoring report)
  • Project proposals
  • Minutes of RJJWC meetings, Photo documentation
  • Logistial support for upcoming activities/trainings/meetings.
  • Communications letters, correspondences to Committees members and other stakeholders
  • Technical assistance to stakeholders on the use of CAR and CICL registry within the region as requested
PRIMARY TASKS
  • Prepares project proposals, purchase requests and RIS for the conduct of activities at least one month ahead of schedule date
  • Prepares needed logistical requirements for the conduct of activites in accordance to checklist of logistical requirements and accomplishing necessary paper works
  • Prepares minutes, photo documentations to documents the activities 10 days after the conduct of the activity
  • Prepares media monitoring report to take necessary actions on reports related to RA9344 within respective regions as need arises
  • Prepares CAR and CICL inventory as required by JJWC every quarter
  • Prepares Report of Detention Facilities to establish number of detention facitilies to be monitored within region every year
  • Prepares updates on children in jail to ensure that no child is detained in jail faicilities, every month until released
  • Prepares fund utilization report to reflect fund utilization status of the region every month
  • Provides technical assistance to stakholders on the use of CAR and CICL Registry to establish a database as stipulated in RA9344 as ammended upon request
  • Perfoms other tasks as may be assigned/required by supervisors
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before March 9, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Mr.Peter E. Escober, Officer In Charge, JJWC-FAD
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present postion, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of March 4, 2024

  • Position: Social Welfare Officer III
  • Salary Grade: 18
  • Item Number: JJWCB-SOCWO3-15-2014
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee – Field Office VIII
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director
  • Reports to: RJJWC Chairperson, Executive Director
  • Positions Supervised: AA III, AA I and PDO II
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work
  • Training: Eight (8) hours of relevant training
  • Experience: Two (2) years of relevant experience
  • Eligibility : R.A. 1080 (Registered Social Worker)
  • B. Preferred Qualification(Competency-based)
  • Training: Eight (8) hours of training in monitoring and evaluation, policy/program development, juvenile justice and welfare
  • Experience: : Two (2) years of experience in monitoring and evaluation, policy/program development, LGU or inter-agency coordination, juvenile justice and welfare
JOB SUMMARY
The Social Welfare Officer III shall be the focal person of RJJWC in the region, providing assistance and support to the RJJWC in performing its mandate, duties and functions, in accordance with RA 9344 as amended and its IRR. He/she oversees the implementation of programs, projects and activities identified in the RJJWC work and financial plan. He/she likewise coordinates with the RJJWC member agencies, with other partners and stakeholders at the LGU levels, and with the National Secretariat.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • Technical assistance to LGUs in crafting Comprehensive Local Juvenile Intervention Program (CUIP);
  • Bi-monthly meeting;
  • Monitoring visits to jails/detention cells, BPAs and centers;
  • Data gathering for policy development;
  • Capacity building activities for Duty Bearers (Diversion Discernment Proceedings, Managing CAR and CJCL/Flow Chart/referrals, RA9344 as amended by RA10630;
  • Consultation dialogues with duty bearers/partner agencies;
  • Advocacy activities (Children’s Month, JJ Week);
  • Quarterly and annual reports.
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Provides technical assistance in crafting CLJIP as required under RA 9344 as amended by RA 10630, through orientation, workshop and writeshops;
  • Collects data as basis for crafting of CRJIP through FGD and workshops;
  • Coordinates meetings as required under RA 9344 as amended by RA 10630, every two months;
  • Coordinates jails/detention cell, BPA and center visits with monitoring team/committee to ensure the implementation of the law as required under RA 10630;
  • Gathers data for policy development through issuance of committee resolution;
  • Conducts/facilitate activities to enhance capacity of duty bearers in relation to RA 9344 as amended;
  • Conducts/facilitates consultation dialogues to discuss issues and concerns relative to the implementation of RA9344;
  • Conducts/facilitates advocacy and social marketing activities to educate and raise public awareness in relation to the implementation of RA 9344;
  • Submits accomplishment report as required under RA9344 as amended, quarterly and annually.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before March 9, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of March 4, 2024

 
  • Position: Administrative Assistant II (Contract of Service)
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee -Field Office BARMM
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director – RJJWC Secretariat
  • Positions Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Completion of two (2) year studies in college
  • Training: Four hours of relevant training
  • Experience:One (1) year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: None required
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: College Graduate
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training on Information System or any administrative assistance
  • Experience: One (1) year of experience in using information system or adminstrative assistance work
JOB SUMMARY
The Administrative Assistant II shall train and monitor the users of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Information Management System (JJ-MIS) and provide administrative assistance to the Support for Bahay Pag-Asa Project.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • 1. Technical assistance and monitoring reports on the use of JJ-MIS.
  • 2. Logbook/database of incoming and outgoing documents.
  • 3. Transmittal letters and other office documents (e.g certificates, vouchers, etc.).
  • 4. Administrative and logistical arrangements for Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities of the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee.
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Coordinate and conduct training and monitoring of JJ-MIS;
  • Generate and submit data from the JJ-MIS;
  • Route procurement requests, project procurement management plan (PPMP), work and financial plans and other documents for JJ-MIS, Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities
  • Assist in the logistical arrangements for the Support for BPA Project and other regular activities;
  • Receives, records, releases and files vouchers, RIS/PR, letters, memoranda, and other office documents and communications;
  • Classifies and sorts outgoing and incoming correspondence;
  • Encodes simple routine documents such as transmittal letters, special orders, certificates, vouchers, and other documents as may be required;
  • Assists in the receipt and dissemination of documents to committee members/concerned officials;
  • Performs administrative liaisoning functions;
  • Monitors stocks of office supplies and ensures upkeep of office equipment and properties; and
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned/required by Supervisors.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before March 14, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of March 4, 2024

 
  • Position: Administrative Assistant II (Contract of Service)
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee -Field Office XI
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director – RJJWC Secretariat
  • Positions Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Completion of two (2) year studies in college
  • Training: Four hours of relevant training
  • Experience:One (1) year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: None required
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: College Graduate
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training on Information System or any administrative assistance
  • Experience: One (1) year of experience in using information system or adminstrative assistance work
JOB SUMMARY
The Administrative Assistant II shall train and monitor the users of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Information Management System (JJ-MIS) and provide administrative assistance to the Support for Bahay Pag-Asa Project.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • 1. Technical assistance and monitoring reports on the use of JJ-MIS.
  • 2. Logbook/database of incoming and outgoing documents.
  • 3. Transmittal letters and other office documents (e.g certificates, vouchers, etc.).
  • 4. Administrative and logistical arrangements for Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities of the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee.
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Coordinate and conduct training and monitoring of JJ-MIS;
  • Generate and submit data from the JJ-MIS;
  • Route procurement requests, project procurement management plan (PPMP), work and financial plans and other documents for JJ-MIS, Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities
  • Assist in the logistical arrangements for the Support for BPA Project and other regular activities;
  • Receives, records, releases and files vouchers, RIS/PR, letters, memoranda, and other office documents and communications;
  • Classifies and sorts outgoing and incoming correspondence;
  • Encodes simple routine documents such as transmittal letters, special orders, certificates, vouchers, and other documents as may be required;
  • Assists in the receipt and dissemination of documents to committee members/concerned officials;
  • Performs administrative liaisoning functions;
  • Monitors stocks of office supplies and ensures upkeep of office equipment and properties; and
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned/required by Supervisors.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before March 14, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of March 4, 2024

 
  • Position: Administrative Assistant II (Contract of Service)
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee -Field Office I
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director – RJJWC Secretariat
  • Positions Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Completion of two (2) year studies in college
  • Training: Four hours of relevant training
  • Experience:One (1) year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: None required
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: College Graduate
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training on Information System or any administrative assistance
  • Experience: One (1) year of experience in using information system or adminstrative assistance work
JOB SUMMARY
The Administrative Assistant II shall train and monitor the users of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Information Management System (JJ-MIS) and provide administrative assistance to the Support for Bahay Pag-Asa Project.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • 1. Technical assistance and monitoring reports on the use of JJ-MIS.
  • 2. Logbook/database of incoming and outgoing documents.
  • 3. Transmittal letters and other office documents (e.g certificates, vouchers, etc.).
  • 4. Administrative and logistical arrangements for Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities of the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee.
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Coordinate and conduct training and monitoring of JJ-MIS;
  • Generate and submit data from the JJ-MIS;
  • Route procurement requests, project procurement management plan (PPMP), work and financial plans and other documents for JJ-MIS, Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities
  • Assist in the logistical arrangements for the Support for BPA Project and other regular activities;
  • Receives, records, releases and files vouchers, RIS/PR, letters, memoranda, and other office documents and communications;
  • Classifies and sorts outgoing and incoming correspondence;
  • Encodes simple routine documents such as transmittal letters, special orders, certificates, vouchers, and other documents as may be required;
  • Assists in the receipt and dissemination of documents to committee members/concerned officials;
  • Performs administrative liaisoning functions;
  • Monitors stocks of office supplies and ensures upkeep of office equipment and properties; and
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned/required by Supervisors.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before March 14, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of February 1, 2024

  • Position: Deputy Executive Director III
  • Salary Grade: 27
  • Item Number: JJWCB-DED3-27-2014
  • Location: JJWC National Secretariat
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director
  • Reports to: Executive Director
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Master’s Degree or Certificate in Leadership and Management from the CSC
  • Training: 120 hours of supervisory/management learning and development intervention
  • Experience: 5 years of supervisory/management experience
  • Eligibility: Career Service Professional/2nd level eligibility
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: University and Master’s Degree in Social Work, Public Administration, Public
    Management, Law, Human Rights or related field; Solid knowledge of national and
    international laws, conventions, standards and guidelines on juvenile justice
  • Training: Specialist training in child rights, child-focused programming, juvenile justice
    and welfare; management and/or quality management system
  • Experience: Minimum of 5 years managerial experience; Demonstrated skills in leading an
    agency/organization (private or public); With extensive experience in child rights work,
    child-focused programming, human rights, and/or public policy
  • Eligibility: Career Service Executive Eligibility (CSEE)/Career Executive Service (CES)
JOB SUMMARY
Assists the Executive Director in directing and supervising the operations and activities of
the JJWC Secretariat to support the JJWC in performing its mandate, duties and functions
pursuant to the provisions of RA 9344 as amended and its Implementing Rules and
Regulations..
JOB OUTPUTS
  • Approved Annual Work and Financial Plan of JJWC based on JJWC’s CNJIP and/or
    Strategic Plan
  • Approved Office Performance Contract
  • JJWC-QMS implementation sustained and ISO 9001:2015 certificate maintained
  • Recommended completed staff work by Division Chiefs approved
  • Recommended policies, standards, rules, guidelines and measures to improve
    management within JJWC approved
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Assist the Executive Director in planning, directing, supervising and coordinating the
    work of the JJWC Secretariat to ensure that its functions and responsibilities are carried
    out;
  • Plan and initiate the preparation, and recommend approval of the annual work and
    financial plan of JJWC at the National and Regional levels based on the approved
    Comprehensive National Juvenile Intervention Program and/or JJWC Strategic Plan;
  • Prepare and submit draft Office Performance Contract to the Executive Director based
    on the approved WFP by designing and implementing consultative-workshops with
    Division Chiefs/Unit Heads of the National and Regional Secretariat
  • Recommend adoption and implementation of policies, standards, rules and regulations
    governing the operations and personnel of JJWC (National and Regional Secretariat), and
    assist the Executive Director in seeing to their effective enforcement therein;
  • Assist the Executive Director in leading the implementation of JJWC’s Quality
    Management System (JJWC-QMS) by performing the functions of QMS Core Team
    Leader:
  • Ensure the timely payment of all accountability of the office;
  • Direct the provision of administrative and logistical support to the JJWC and the RJJWC;
  • Plans, programs and distribute and monitors work of the division;
  • Motivates, train and develop employees;
  • : Oversees the establishment, documentation and effective implementation of the
    QMS
  • : Promotes risk-based thinking in overseeing the effectiveness of the QMS
  • : Acts as liaison with external parties on matters relating to QMS
  • : Guarantees that procedures for IQA, Management Review, Corrective Actions
    are established and implemented
  • : Reports QMS performance to Top Management for review and continual
    improvement
  • Provide such guidelines as may be necessary to the Division Chiefs on the approach or
    substantive aspects of work assignments and on the distribution/delineation of their
    respective responsibilities/assignments as well as on areas where cooperative efforts
    among all concerned shall be necessary or required;
  • Review and recommend approval of completed staff work submitted by the Division
    Chiefs for onward submission to the Executive Director;
  • Assist the Executive Director in initiating, adopting, and implementing measures for
    management improvement within JJWC;
  • Serve as Officer-in-Charge when designated, in the absence of the Executive Director;
    and
  • Perform other assignments as may be given by the Deputy Executive Director and
    Executive Director.

Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to psboard.jjwc@gmail.com on or before February 10, 2024:

  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Photocopy of Certificate of Eligibility/Rating/License
  5. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended.
  6. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability,
members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of January 3, 2024

  • Position: Administrative Officer II
  • Salary Grade: 11
  • Item Number: JJWCB-ADOF2-1-2014
  • Location: JJWC National Secretariat
  • Division: Finance and Administrative Division
  • Unit: Accounting
  • Reports to: Accountant III, Chief Administrative Officer
  • Position Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in relevant to the job
  • Training: None Required
  • Experience: None Required
  • Eligibility: Career Service Professional/2nd level eligibility
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce/Business Administration major in Accounting
  • Training: 8 hours of training in taxation and processing of financial transaction, eNGAS
  • Experience: at least one year of experience in taxation and processing of financial transaction
JOB SUMMARY
The Administrative Officer II shall assist the Accountant III on the overall review and evaluation of the soundness, adequacy and application of accounting and other operating controls. He/she is also responsible in the preparation of all disbursement, liquidation and accounting reports.
JOB OUTPUTS
  1. Monthly Remittance of Taxes Withheld from employees, suppliers and dealers
  2. Monthly Report of Disbursement
  3. Remittance of Annual Information of Return of Taxes Withheld on Compensation and Final Withholding Taxes and Annual Information of Return of Creditable Income Taxes Withheld(Expanded)/Income payment exempt from withholding tax
  4. Quarterly Report of Salaries and Allowances
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Reviews, analyzes, evaluates and processes DVs/POs as to accuracy of computations and completeness of supporting documents in compliance with COA Circulars;
  • Monitor and earmarks all disbursement vouchers with cash availability as basis of prior certification of Accountant
  • Prepares summary/working paper for Monthly Remittance of Taxes Withheld from employees, suppliers and dealers;
  • Prepare journal entry vouchers for all financial transactions in the eNGAS as part of COA requirements
  • Preparation and remittance of Monthly Remittance to Taxes Withheld from employees, suppliers and dealers
  • Preparation of Monthly Report of Disbursement
  • Preparation and remittance of Annual Information of Return Withheld on Compensation and FinalWithholding Taxes
  • Preparation and remittance of Annual Information of Return of Creditable Income Taxes Withheld(Expanded)/Income payment exempt from withholding tax
  • Preparation of Quarterly Report of Salaries and Allowances
  • \
  • Review and process liquidation reports as basis for cash advances of JJWC employees and fund transfer to other NGAs
  • Review and initial all ADA to check accuracy of amount and attachments
  • Render technical assistance on financial transactions/matters to RJJWC and other divisions
  • Review and evaluate the soundness, adequacy and application of accounting and other operating controls
  • Review computation of financial claims based on supporting documents
  • Prepare summary of taxes withheld, statement of allotments, obligations incurred and balances, detailed breakdown of obligations incurred
  • Review and initial disbursement vouchers, trial balance, and/or financial statements
  • Perform other tasks as may be assigned by immediate supervisor, Division Chief, Deputy Executive Director and Executive Director
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to psboard.jjwc@gmail.com on or before January 15, 2024:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Photocopy of certificate of eligibility/ratings/license
  5. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  6. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of December 4, 2023

  • Position: Project Development Officer II
  • Salary Grade:(P35,097.00)
  • Item: Cost of Service (COS)
  • Location: JJWC National Secretariat
  • Division: National Coordination Monitoring and Information Management Division
  • Reports to: Social Welfare Officer V (NCMIMD Chief)
  • Positions Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree relevant to the job
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training
  • Experience: One (1) year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility : None required
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: Social Science Course (BS Social Work or BS Community Development)
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training on on coordination/monitoring and evaluation
  • Experience: One (1) year of experience
  • Eligibility : None required
JOB SUMMARY
he PDO II shall be the focal person in the coordination, monitoring, and implementation of Bahay Pag-asa (BPA) construction/improvement Projects. He/she shall also provide technical support in the implementation of the Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project
JOB OUTPUTS
  • Reports (accomplishment, monitoring/feedback, research/data gathering)
  • Resolutions/Guidelines
  • Project design/concept
  • Coordinated meetings with RJJWCs, LGUs and stakeholders
  • Minutes/Highlights of Meetings
  • Memoranda and letters
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Coordinates with the DPWH on BPA construction/improvement projects
  • Coordinates and provides technical assistance to Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committees and LGUs on the implementation of Bahay Pag-Asa project/s;
  • Monitors the implementation of provision of support to all operational BPAs nationwide.
  • Drafts and coordinates approval of council resolutions, memoranda, project design, guidelines;
  • Prepares reports on BPA projects;
  • Coordinates the liquidation of funds for BPAs, be it for operation or construction/improvement;
  • Assists in the consolidation of RJJWC’s quarterly regional accomplishment reports;
  • Assists and coordinates meetings with other agencies in the monitoring of agency deliverables under Comprehensive National Juvenile Intervention Program;
  • Performs other tasks and functions as may be assigned by Division Chief, Deputy Executive Director and Executive Director.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or December 14, 2023:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Photocopy of Transcript of Records
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of December 4, 2023

 
  • Position: Administrative Assistant II (Contract of Service)
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee -Field Office – NCR
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director – RJJWC Secretariat
  • Positions Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Completion of two (2) year studies in college
  • Training: Four hours of relevant training
  • Experience:One (1) year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: None required
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: College Graduate
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training on Information System or any administrative assistance
  • Experience: One (1) year of experience in using information system or adminstrative assistance work
JOB SUMMARY
The Administrative Assistant II shall train and monitor the users of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Information Management System (JJ-MIS) and provide administrative assistance to the Support for Bahay Pag-Asa Project.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • 1. Technical assistance and monitoring reports on the use of JJ-MIS.
  • 2. Logbook/database of incoming and outgoing documents.
  • 3. Transmittal letters and other office documents (e.g certificates, vouchers, etc.).
  • 4. Administrative and logistical arrangements for Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities of the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee.
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Coordinate and conduct training and monitoring of JJ-MIS;
  • Generate and submit data from the JJ-MIS;
  • Route procurement requests, project procurement management plan (PPMP), work and financial plans and other documents for JJ-MIS, Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities
  • Assist in the logistical arrangements for the Support for BPA Project and other regular activities;
  • Receives, records, releases and files vouchers, RIS/PR, letters, memoranda, and other office documents and communications;
  • Classifies and sorts outgoing and incoming correspondence;
  • Encodes simple routine documents such as transmittal letters, special orders, certificates, vouchers, and other documents as may be required;
  • Assists in the receipt and dissemination of documents to committee members/concerned officials;
  • Performs administrative liaisoning functions;
  • Monitors stocks of office supplies and ensures upkeep of office equipment and properties; and
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned/required by Supervisors.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before December 18, 2023:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of December 4, 2023

 
  • Position: Administrative Assistant II (Contract of Service)
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee -Field Office XI
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director – RJJWC Secretariat
  • Positions Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Completion of two (2) year studies in college
  • Training: Four hours of relevant training
  • Experience:One (1) year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: None required
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: College Graduate
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training on Information System or any administrative assistance
  • Experience: One (1) year of experience in using information system or adminstrative assistance work
JOB SUMMARY
The Administrative Assistant II shall train and monitor the users of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Information Management System (JJ-MIS) and provide administrative assistance to the Support for Bahay Pag-Asa Project.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • 1. Technical assistance and monitoring reports on the use of JJ-MIS.
  • 2. Logbook/database of incoming and outgoing documents.
  • 3. Transmittal letters and other office documents (e.g certificates, vouchers, etc.).
  • 4. Administrative and logistical arrangements for Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities of the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee.
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Coordinate and conduct training and monitoring of JJ-MIS;
  • Generate and submit data from the JJ-MIS;
  • Route procurement requests, project procurement management plan (PPMP), work and financial plans and other documents for JJ-MIS, Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities
  • Assist in the logistical arrangements for the Support for BPA Project and other regular activities;
  • Receives, records, releases and files vouchers, RIS/PR, letters, memoranda, and other office documents and communications;
  • Classifies and sorts outgoing and incoming correspondence;
  • Encodes simple routine documents such as transmittal letters, special orders, certificates, vouchers, and other documents as may be required;
  • Assists in the receipt and dissemination of documents to committee members/concerned officials;
  • Performs administrative liaisoning functions;
  • Monitors stocks of office supplies and ensures upkeep of office equipment and properties; and
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned/required by Supervisors.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before December 18, 2023:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of December 4, 2023

 
  • Position: Administrative Assistant II (Contract of Service)
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee -Field Office VIII
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director – RJJWC Secretariat
  • Positions Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Completion of two (2) year studies in college
  • Training: Four hours of relevant training
  • Experience:One (1) year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: None required
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: College Graduate
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training on Information System or any administrative assistance
  • Experience: One (1) year of experience in using information system or adminstrative assistance work
JOB SUMMARY
The Administrative Assistant II shall train and monitor the users of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Information Management System (JJ-MIS) and provide administrative assistance to the Support for Bahay Pag-Asa Project.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • 1. Technical assistance and monitoring reports on the use of JJ-MIS.
  • 2. Logbook/database of incoming and outgoing documents.
  • 3. Transmittal letters and other office documents (e.g certificates, vouchers, etc.).
  • 4. Administrative and logistical arrangements for Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities of the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee.
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Coordinate and conduct training and monitoring of JJ-MIS;
  • Generate and submit data from the JJ-MIS;
  • Route procurement requests, project procurement management plan (PPMP), work and financial plans and other documents for JJ-MIS, Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities
  • Assist in the logistical arrangements for the Support for BPA Project and other regular activities;
  • Receives, records, releases and files vouchers, RIS/PR, letters, memoranda, and other office documents and communications;
  • Classifies and sorts outgoing and incoming correspondence;
  • Encodes simple routine documents such as transmittal letters, special orders, certificates, vouchers, and other documents as may be required;
  • Assists in the receipt and dissemination of documents to committee members/concerned officials;
  • Performs administrative liaisoning functions;
  • Monitors stocks of office supplies and ensures upkeep of office equipment and properties; and
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned/required by Supervisors.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before December 18, 2023:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of December 4, 2023

 
  • Position: Administrative Assistant II (Contract of Service)
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee -Field Office V
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director – RJJWC Secretariat
  • Positions Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Completion of two (2) year studies in college
  • Training: Four hours of relevant training
  • Experience:One (1) year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: None required
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: College Graduate
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training on Information System or any administrative assistance
  • Experience: One (1) year of experience in using information system or adminstrative assistance work
JOB SUMMARY
The Administrative Assistant II shall train and monitor the users of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Information Management System (JJ-MIS) and provide administrative assistance to the Support for Bahay Pag-Asa Project.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • 1. Technical assistance and monitoring reports on the use of JJ-MIS.
  • 2. Logbook/database of incoming and outgoing documents.
  • 3. Transmittal letters and other office documents (e.g certificates, vouchers, etc.).
  • 4. Administrative and logistical arrangements for Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities of the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee.
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Coordinate and conduct training and monitoring of JJ-MIS;
  • Generate and submit data from the JJ-MIS;
  • Route procurement requests, project procurement management plan (PPMP), work and financial plans and other documents for JJ-MIS, Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities
  • Assist in the logistical arrangements for the Support for BPA Project and other regular activities;
  • Receives, records, releases and files vouchers, RIS/PR, letters, memoranda, and other office documents and communications;
  • Classifies and sorts outgoing and incoming correspondence;
  • Encodes simple routine documents such as transmittal letters, special orders, certificates, vouchers, and other documents as may be required;
  • Assists in the receipt and dissemination of documents to committee members/concerned officials;
  • Performs administrative liaisoning functions;
  • Monitors stocks of office supplies and ensures upkeep of office equipment and properties; and
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned/required by Supervisors.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before December 18, 2023:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of December 4, 2023

 
  • Position: Administrative Assistant II (Contract of Service)
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee -Field Office I
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director – RJJWC Secretariat
  • Positions Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Completion of two (2) year studies in college
  • Training: Four hours of relevant training
  • Experience:One (1) year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: None required
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: College Graduate
  • Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training on Information System or any administrative assistance
  • Experience: One (1) year of experience in using information system or adminstrative assistance work
JOB SUMMARY
The Administrative Assistant II shall train and monitor the users of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Information Management System (JJ-MIS) and provide administrative assistance to the Support for Bahay Pag-Asa Project.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • 1. Technical assistance and monitoring reports on the use of JJ-MIS.
  • 2. Logbook/database of incoming and outgoing documents.
  • 3. Transmittal letters and other office documents (e.g certificates, vouchers, etc.).
  • 4. Administrative and logistical arrangements for Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities of the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee.
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Coordinate and conduct training and monitoring of JJ-MIS;
  • Generate and submit data from the JJ-MIS;
  • Route procurement requests, project procurement management plan (PPMP), work and financial plans and other documents for JJ-MIS, Support to Bahay Pag-Asa Project and other regular activities
  • Assist in the logistical arrangements for the Support for BPA Project and other regular activities;
  • Receives, records, releases and files vouchers, RIS/PR, letters, memoranda, and other office documents and communications;
  • Classifies and sorts outgoing and incoming correspondence;
  • Encodes simple routine documents such as transmittal letters, special orders, certificates, vouchers, and other documents as may be required;
  • Assists in the receipt and dissemination of documents to committee members/concerned officials;
  • Performs administrative liaisoning functions;
  • Monitors stocks of office supplies and ensures upkeep of office equipment and properties; and
  • Performs other tasks as may be assigned/required by Supervisors.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before December 18, 2023:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of November 14, 2023

  • Position: Project Development Officer III
  • Salary Grade: 18
  • Item Number: JJWCB-PDO3-5-2014
  • Location: JJWC National Secretariat
  • Division: Policy and Research Division
  • Staff: Social Worker V, Social Worker III, Project Development Officer III
  • Reports to: Social Welfare Officer V(Policy and Research Division)
  • Position Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
A. CSC – Prescribed QS
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree relevant to the job
  • Training: 8 hours of relevant training
  • Experience: 2 years of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: Career Service Professional/ Second (2nd) Level Eligibility
B. Preferred Qualifications
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science courses (Political Science, Sociology, Psychology and etc.), Public Administration, , Development Communication BS Social Work,
  • Training: 24 hours of training on any of the following: program management, policy development, research, child rights, relevant laws
  • Experience: 4 years of experience in project development, research, social work practice, legislative work
JOB SUMMARY
The Project Development Officer III acts as research project facilitator and assistant through the development of research design and research instruments. He/she conducts the data gathering via series of activities and presents findings. He/she consolidate the research report.
JOB OUTPUTS
  1. Research Proposal and Report.
  2. Draft policies.
  3. Program design
  4. Physical design.
JOB TASK/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Draft JJWC policies and propose program designs as technical support to the council in the implementation of RA9344 as amended
  • Propose and assist in the implementation of research activities of the council
  • Provide technical assistance on areas of policy formulation, research development, program development and planning
  • Facilitate planning of agency physical targets, thrusts and priorities
  • Perform other tasks as may be assigned by the Division Chief, Deputy Executive Director and Executive Director.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before December 2, 2023:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/ Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of November 14, 2023

  • Position: Project Development Officer III
  • Salary Grade: 18
  • Item Number: JJWCB-PDO3-7-2014
  • Location: JJWC National Secretariat
  • Division: Advocacy and Communications Division
  • Reports to: Social Welfare Officer V (Advocacy and Communication Division Chief)
  • Position Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
A. CSC – Prescribed QS
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree relevant to the job
  • Training: 8 hours of relevant training
  • Experience: 2 years of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: Career Service Professional/ Second (2nd) Level Eligibility
B. Preferred Qualifications
  • Education: Graduate of Bachelor’s Degree in Communication, Development Communication, Journalism, Broadcasting, and other related 4-year courses.
  • Training: 8 hours of training on technical writing, news writing, project management, media and public relations management, advocacy and social mobilization, legislative advocacy and restorative juvenile justice and welfare system.
  • Experience: 2 years of experience in Organizing and facilitating advocacy and social mobilization activities, press conferences and other media-related activities; Coordinate with national government agencies (NGAs), local government units (LGUs), civil society organizations (CSO), people’s organizations (PO), and non-government organizations dealing with youth and children; Implement communication and advocacy plans; Write news reports, press statements/releases and technical reports.
JOB SUMMARY
The Project Development Officer III shall perform technical functions on the planning, execution, monitoring and evaluation of communication, advocacy and social marketing activities; assist in the promotion and maintenance of favorable relations with media and other stakeholders, duty-bearers and general public in the implementation of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act; and perform other related works as instructed by the Social Welfare Officer V and/or Deputy Executive Director and Executive Director.
JOB OUTPUTS
  1. Yearly observance of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Consciousness Week (JJWeek).
  2. Press releases/statements on issues related to the implementation of JJWA and other related activities/stories on CAR and CICL.
  3. Monthly monitoring of media reports on the implementation of JJWA and cases involving CAR and CICL.
  4. Popularized version/IEC materials and advocacy materials of the JJWC’s issued guidelines/protocols/policies.
  5. Capability building for skills development.
  6. Technical assistance to the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committees related to advocacy and communication.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Conduct/organize inter-agency activities to observe the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Consciousness Week (JJWeek) every year.
  • Assist in the promotion of linkages and strengthening of partnerships with public information and public relations organizations.
  • Develop press releases to clarify certain issues related to the implementation of JJWA and cases involving CAR and CICL for issuance of the Executive Director and/or Council.
  • Submit reports on monitored news articles for onward submission to the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committees (RJJWC) to solicit their actions taken and updates every month.
  • Develop appropriate or issue-based IEC and/or advocacy materials to be disseminated to concerned duty-bearers and other target audiences.
  • Develop proposal on to capability building and skills development of the staff under the Advocacy and Communication Division.
  • Provide technical assistance to the RJJWC to develop and to implement their respective regional communication plans and other projects/activities related to advocacy and social mobilization.
  • Provides secretariat support to internal committees.
  • Develop proposal, terms of reference of service providers (consultants/learning service providers/resource persons), purchase requests to conduct projects/activities related to advocacy and social mobilization in consultation with the immediate supervisor within a set timeline.
  • Prepare administrative and logistical requirements to conduct the projects/activities within a set timeline.
  • Monitors and evaluates of advocacy activities and IEC materials (purpose)
  • Perform other tasks as may be assigned by the Division Chief, Deputy Executive Director and Executive Director
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before December 2, 2023:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/ Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of October 16, 2023

  • Position: Social Welfare Officer III
  • Salary Grade: 18
  • Item Number: JJWCB-SOCWO3-17-2014
  • Location: Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee – Field Office X
  • Division: Office of the Executive Director
  • Reports to: RJJWC Chairperson, Executive Director
  • Positions Supervised: AA III, AA I and PDO II
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work
  • Training: Eight (8) hours of relevant training
  • Experience: Two (2) years of relevant experience
  • Eligibility : R.A. 1080 (Registered Social Worker)
  • B. Preferred Qualification(Competency-based)
  • Training: Eight (8) hours of training in monitoring and evaluation, policy/program development, juvenile justice and welfare
  • Experience: : Two (2) years of experience in monitoring and evaluation, policy/program development, LGU or inter-agency coordination, juvenile justice and welfare
JOB SUMMARY
The Social Welfare Officer III shall be the focal person of RJJWC in the region, providing assistance and support to the RJJWC in performing its mandate, duties and functions, in accordance with RA 9344 as amended and its IRR. He/she oversees the implementation of programs, projects and activities identified in the RJJWC work and financial plan. He/she likewise coordinates with the RJJWC member agencies, with other partners and stakeholders at the LGU levels, and with the National Secretariat.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • Technical assistance to LGUs in crafting Comprehensive Local Juvenile Intervention Program (CUIP);
  • Draft Comprehensive Regional Juvenile Intervention Program;
  • Bi-monthly meeting;
  • Monitoring visits to jails/detention cells, BPAs and centers;
  • Data gathering for policy development;
  • Capacity building activities for Duty Bearers (Diversion Discernment Proceedings, Managing CAR and CJCL/Flow Chart/referrals, RA9344 as amended by RA10630;
  • Consultation dialogues with duty bearers/partner agencies;
  • Advocacy activities (Children’s Month, JJ Week);
  • Quarterly and annual reports.
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Provides technical assistance in crafting CLJIP as required under RA 9344 as amended by RA 10630, through orientation, workshop and writeshops;
  • Collects data as basis for crafting of CRJIP through FGD and workshops;
  • Coordinates meetings as required under RA 9344 as amended by RA 10630, every two months;
  • Coordinates jails/detention cell, BPA and center visits with monitoring team/committee to ensure the implementation of the law as required under RA 10630;
  • Gathers data for policy development through issuance of committee resolution;
  • Conducts/facilitate activities to enhance capacity of duty bearers in relation to RA 9344 as amended;
  • Conducts/facilitates consultation dialogues to discuss issues and concerns relative to the implementation of RA9344;
  • Conducts/facilitates advocacy and social marketing activities to educate and raise public awareness in relation to the implementation of RA 9344;
  • Submits accomplishment report as required under RA9344 as amended, quarterly and annually.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to recruitment@jjwc.gov.ph on or before October 26, 2023:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of October 4, 2023

  • Position: Project Development Officer II
  • Salary Grade: 15
  • Item Number: JJWCB-PDO2-5-2014
  • Location: JJWC National Secretariat
  • Division: Policy and Research Division
  • Reports to: Social Welfare Officer V (Policy and Research Division Chief)
  • Position Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree relevant to the job
  • Training: 4 hours of relevant training
  • Experience: 1 year of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: Career Service Professional/2nd level eligibility
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: Bachelor’s degree preferably Social Work or other development courses
  • Training: 4 hours of relevant training
  • Experience: 1 year of experience in project and program development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation
JOB SUMMARY
Under general supervision, the PDO II provides technical assistance and administrative support to project focal; assists in developing project materials; submits recommendations and proposals on programs integration and implementation; monitors the Agency’s and Division’s Work and Financial Plan (WFP) vis-a-vis fund utilization and accomplishments; does the budget and procurement plans of the Division; and performs other related tasks or directives.
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Assists in the preparation of materials and literatures on the different programs/ projects of the Division;
  • Facilitates the administrative and liaison tasks of the Division such as performance of Unit Document Control Officer (UDCO) functions;
  • Establishes and maintains linkages with member agencies and other external partners through consultation, meetings and other means of communications;
  • Coordinates the tasks, targets and deliverables of the Division to other offices, divisions and units within the agency;
  • Monitors the Agency’s Work and Financial Plan (WFP) vis-a-vis fund utilization and accomplishments;
  • Monitors the fund utilization of the Division including liquidation reports and other financial transactions and coordinates the same to appropriate unit in the agency;
  • Prepares the Division’s annual procurement plan, project procurement management plan and other related plans;
  • Prepares the Division’s and agency’s accomplishment reports including the forms or reports to be submitted to oversight agencies;
  • Identifies and recommends actions for a more effective implementation of projects/ programs and attainment of Division’s targets and mandates;
  • Establishes data bank of Division projects to be accomplished by the project focal for updates and status;
  • Performs other assignments that may be required from time to time.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to psboard.jjwc@gmail.com on or before October 15, 2023:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Indvidual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of September 26, 2023

  • Position: Social Welfare Officer IV
  • Salary Grade: 22
  • Item Number: JJWCB-SOCWO4-26-2014
  • Location: JJWC National Secretariat
  • Division: National Coordination Monitoring and Information Management Division
  • Reports to: Social Welfare Officer V (National Coordination Monitoring and Information Management Division Chief)
  • Position Supervised: None
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. CSC – Prescribed Qualification Standards
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work
  • Training: 16 hours of relevant training
  • Experience: 3 years of relevant experience
  • Eligibility: RA1080(Registered Social Worker)
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: BS Social Work with at least 20 units in Masters of Social Work
  • Training: 24 hours training on monitoring and evaluation
  • Experience: 4 years of work experience related to welfare and development field, M&E, supervisory and management
JOB SUMMARY
The SWO IV shall be the focal person for the monitoring and evaluation of the juvenile intervention program of the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Council.
JOB OUTPUTS
  1. Monitoring and Evaluation Plan
  2. Monitoring and evaluation reports
  3. Data collection tools
  4. Guidelines/resolution
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • Monitor and evaluate the implementation of the Comprehensive National Juvenile Intervention Program;
  • Consolidate and analyze accomplishment reports submitted by the RJJWC and provide recommendation;
  • Submit periodic report on children in detention;
  • Submit periodic report on Bahay Pag-Asa;
  • Monitor and submit report on the status of the Congress-approved Agency deliverables which includes the accomplishments of the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committees (RJJWC);
  • Assist in the monitoring and evaluation of the Support for Bahay Pag-Asa Project;
  • Perform other tasks and functions as may be assigned by Division Chief, Deputy Executive Director and Executive Director.
Interested applicants may submit the following documents via email to psboard.jjwc@gmail.com on or before October 6, 2023:
  1. Application letter addressed to Atty. Tricia Clare A. Oco, Executive Director, JJWC
  2. Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) with Work Experience Sheet) which may be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph
  3. Comprehensive Resume with Job Description and 2×2 I.D. picture
  4. Certificate of Relevant trainings, learning and development intervention and seminars attended within the last 5 years (to be submitted upon schedule of exam and interview).
  5. Copy of duly signed Individual Performance Contract Review/Summary of Rating of Performance Contract Assessment in the present position, if applicable.
JJJWC highly encourages all interested applicants to apply, including persons with disability, members of indigenous communities and those with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Also, JJWC is adopting a Child Protection Policy which ensures zero-tolerance in all cases of child abuse or violence. Pending criminal case against children may be a ground for disqualification for the candidate while those proven to have violated laws protecting children such as RA 7610 will automatically be disqualified for the position.
Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Vacant Position as of September 12, 2023

  • Position: Chief Administrative Officer
  • Salary Grade: 24
  • Item Number: JJWCB-CADOF-27-2014
  • Location: JJWC National Secretariat
  • Division: Finance and Administrative Division
  • Reports to: Deputy Executive Director / Executive Director
  • Position Supervised: Supervising Administrative Officer, Accountant III, Administrative Officer V, Administrative Officer IV, AO II, AO I, Administrative Assistant III, Administrative Assistant II, and Administrative Aide IV.
QUALIFICATION GUIDE
  • A. 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 undertaken within the last five(5) years
  • Experience: Four (4) years of supervisory/management experience
  • Eligibility: Career Service Professional/2nd level eligibility
  • B. Preferred Qualification (Competency-based)
  • Education: Public Administration, Business Administration, Law, Accountancy, Organization Development
  • Training: 60 hours of training in administration, office management, program and planning management, financial management, organization management
JOB SUMMARY
The Chief Administrative Officer shall lead the implementation of JJWCs support services and provide oversight function to ensure efficient delivery on matters related to human resource management and development, general administrative services, procurement and finance services including program planning and management.
JOB OUTPUTS
  • Report to oversight agencies
  • Fund utilization
  • Financial transactions
  • General upkeep
  • Guidelines and policies related to Administrative and Financial Matter
  • Division’s Accomplishment Report
  • -Records Management
  • -HR Management and Development
  • -Financial Management
  • -Procurement
  • -Supply and Property Management
  • Work and Financial Plan
JOB TASKS/PRIMARY TASKS
  • As head of the Division, he/she shall direct, supervise and facilitate the various tasks of the Division to ensure proper functioning of Budget, Accounting, Cash, Personnel, Property and Supplies, Records and General Services Unit;
  • Responsible for the preparation and implementation of an effective financial plan to support the JJWCs program, activities and projects aimed at achieving its desired outcome and mandate;
  • Formulate and implement fiscal policies and guidelines of JJWC;
  • Ensure legality and propriety of all financial transact