Careers

World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by addressing the causes of poverty and injustice. World Vision helps transform the lives of the world’s poorest children and families in nearly 100 countries. In the Philippines, World Vision Development Foundation provides assistance to the children, families and communities in 29 provinces and 36 cities.

 

Make a difference and join in the field of aid and development. Become part of a professional and friendly team committed to fighting poverty at its root. Browse this section for available positions in World Vision.

 

We are looking for Christian professionals whose faith and values match our mission to with the poor and to fill in our vacancies:

 

Vacancies

 

World Vision Development Foundation, Inc

CHILD PROTECTION MANAGER

PROGRAM OFFICER – VISAYAS AND MINDANAO

IRAM CONSULTANT (DRR)

BASELINE CONSULTANT

RESEARCH ASSISTANT

 

SENIOR DONOR CARE SPECIALIST

FACE-TO-FACE ACQUISITION SPECIALIST

QUALITY ASSURANCE SPECIALIST

PROCUREMENT AND ADMIN SPECIALISTS

PROGRAM FINANCE SPECIALIST


 

Community Economic Venture, Inc

INTERNAL AUDIT MANAGER

 

 


   

 

CHILD PROTECTION MANAGER

 

Purpose of the Position: The Child Protection (CP) Manager ensures that WVDF’s Child Protection Technical Program and all child well-being initiatives are of high quality and evidence-based; adheres to global and regional mandates; aligns with WVI’s Child Protection guidance and within larger programming framework/s (e.g. LEAP 3); strategically positions WVDF as a leading child protection organization and engaging with national level technical networks to pursue joint advocacy to fulfil government commitments and national plan in addressing violence against children; and ensures sustainability of Child Protection outcomes through increasing ownership of Child Protection interventions and activities by various Government agencies and its local counterparts as well as community-based organizations and networks.

 

Main Objectives

    • Lead the developmentand implementation of WVDF Child ProtectionTechnicalApproach, Technical Programme, Project Models, and Monitoring & Evaluation framework that ensures improved child well-being outcomes in child protection
    • Collaboratewith various functions/teams to ensure that WVDF adheres to the highest standard of child protection
    • Lead the delivery of technical expertise and support to all Area Programmes (APs) and to child protection-focused grants projects
    • Technical leadership and management:  co-lead and co-manage the Child Protection technical specialists ensuring that they provide timely technical support to area program teams and ensures that WVDFmodels/practices the standards of  Child Safe Organization
    • Advocacy:  Ensure that the national advocacy agenda on child protection are prioritized and achieved
    • Representation: Represent WVDF to appropriate national and/or international technical, coordination, and advocacy coalitions on issues related to Child Protection and well-being
    • Collaboration and coordination:  Participate in Global/Regional Child Protection Communit/ies of Practice, Regional Child Protection initiatives, and National Forum/ and Technical Working Groups.  Establish inter-agency partnerships that enhance WVDF ability to promote child protection programming
    • Resource Acquisition:  Leads the development of concept notes and project proposals on child protection for grants or PNS purposes

 

 

PROGRAM OFFICER – VISAYAS AND MINDANAO

 

Purpose of the Position: The Program Officer represents WVDF in the Municipality or City or within a specific geographical area assigned to her or him. S/He is primarily responsible for the quality, timely and effective implementation, integration, contextualization, monitoring and reporting of all WVDF’s Technical Programs in partnership with the Community Based Organizations (CBOs), Local Government and Line Agencies, Churches, Schools, Private Agencies and all other relevant organizations. S/He uses the principles, processes, standards and tools of Development Program Approach (DPA) as well as the Community Engagement and Sponsorship Plan (CESP) to ensure that WVDF’s interventions contribute to improving child well being, community shared plans and sustainability of results.

 

In times of emergency response especially within the area program or cluster or field office, the Program Officer may become part of the Response Team depending on her/his expertise and training with prior agreement with her/his supervisor. This role must be clearly defined, agreed and supported with appropriate training, coaching or exposures and a plan to cover her/his responsibilities is in-placed  while on a special assignment.

 

Key Responsibilities

    • Facilitates or Coordinates at least once every 2 months meeting of the Municipal or City Council for the Protection of Children or other related local coalition/network to track progress of all program implementation and progress towards the achievement of Child Friendly Local Government Seal
    • Identifies primary implementing partners ofvarious TPs and ensures that a partnership agreement is signed
    • Prepares and submits contextualized detailed implementation plan (annual) in line with the overall plan of the Area Program and facilitates & tracks weekly/monthly implementation against targets including budget utilization
    • Works with the Barangay Council for the Protection of Children (BCPC) to ensure that implementation of TPs are well participated and child well being issues and concerns are addressed on time
    • Prepares and submits monthly, semi-annual and annual reports of all TPs (as planned) including CESP using the required standard tools and templates
    • Taps expertise and/or coordinates necessary training of local agencies, institutions or companies in implementing project models or interventions
    • Collaborates with the Technical Program Specialists in building the capacities of local partners if lack of local expertise or capacity is determined
    • Partners with churches and/or faith based organizations in implementing TPs and in integration of spiritual nurture activities and values formation
    • Facilitates community planning, implementation and reporting on community shared plans including community disaster preparedness plan and local level advocacy i.e. facilitates community processes to lobby for laws and ordinances for the well being of children
    • Manages and/or decides on resolution of issues and concerns within her/his covered areas especially those affecting child well being and program implementation
    • Provides recommendation and plan for expansion of barangay/s, RC level/growth and appropriate funding model/s
    • Facilitates transition/closing processes of Primary Focus or Impact Areas, if applicable, in the Primary Focus Area/s
    • Implements and monitors sponsorship essentials (caseload ranges between 1,000 and 1,500 depending on the context of the AP)
    • Addresses child well being issues especially directly affecting the RC
    • Collaborates with the Child Data Analyst to ensure consistency, correctness and up-to-date RC records
    • Manages resolution of RC special cases and reports progress until resolved
    • Facilitates community orientation on WV and Child Sponsorship and continuing education of Program partners, its staffs and community volunteers
    • Ensures that sponsorship processes are integrated with development programming and the two essentials of sponsorship
    • Coordinates sponsors/donors visits
    • Participates to team meetings and other activities
    • Attends to staff development activities as planned
    • Complies with WVDF policies and standards i.e. finance, P&C, etc.
    • Performs other tasks as maybe relevant to the implementation of programs in her/his assigned areas including NRD or Grants acquisition related

 

 

 

IRAM CONSULTANT (DRR)

 

Purpose of the Position: The Philippines ranks as the third most disaster-prone country in the world. With an increasing frequency of extreme weather events, an effective disaster risk reduction system as well as climate change adaptation strategies are crucial. In order to ensure the sustainability of long-term development projects, WVDF has declared Disaster Risk Reduction/Resilience (DRR) as focus area. Thereby WVDF builds on the already established legal framework. Though Philippines has already established legal laws and regulations for effective disaster protection measures, its implementation however, is still inadequate. Particular deficits are at the community level. Citizen Voice and Action (CVA) proved to be a useful tool to facilitate the implementation of community level disaster preparedness measures through citizen participation and networking. WVDF implements CVA in several sectors across the Philippines.

 

Experiences gathered through this project model will be analyzed and integrated into the nationally applied DRR technical programmes of WVDF. This will contribute to mitigate the disastrous effects of yearly occurring typhoons, earthquakes, flooding and volcanic eruptions in our project areas, which severely affect the poorest of the poor and their children.

 

The Disaster Risk Reduction Project will be implemented in 10 villages in Mindanao. These municipalities were selected due to their high vulnerability: typhoons, floods, earthquakes, landslides and tsunamis as well as danger resulting from armed conflicts (Mindanao is a conflict region). The aim of the project is to strengthen the resilience of the vulnerable people in the project area (in the municipalities of Trento and Maasim in Agusan del Sur and Saranggani in Mindanao).

 

Main Objectives

    • To determine whether the proposed project “Disaster Risk Reduction in the Philippines” is relevant and feasible and if the selected approach is effective and efficient, following aspects need to be analysed and verified:
      • Assess alignment of project approach with a) German BMZ disaster risk management concept and b) Philippines disaster risk reduction guidelines
      • Project activities are effective (the activities will lead to the goal, objective and targets)
      • Project means are efficient (most efficient approach to achieve the desired results / cost and time effective): budget analysis and timing, specifically detailing whether using the methods of advocacy and networking, costs such as human resources and travel are sufficient, but not superfluous, outputs can be achieved during the duration of the project, and activities listed are possible to implement
      • Relevant sustainability issues are considered in the project proposal
      • Multi hazard approach? Cooperation with most relevant stakeholders (responsible Government agencies, civil society groups and affected population) is ensured; Transparent and participatory approach to ensure strong involvement of vulnerable target population
      • Project actions are not duplicating but complimentary to other efforts outside of this project
      • Project staff and project partners have the required capacities and skills to effectively implement the activities in such a way that the desired impacts will be achieved
      • Project is likely to build sustainable elements that continue after the project period
      • Major risks, which may be associated are integrated in the project plan
    • Based on the study findings, provide specific and practical recommendations and document lessons to be utilized for project designing and future programming

 

Start and End Dates

    • Option 1: November 28 – December 14, 2016
      • Orientation, Desk Review, Preparation of Tools – 3 days
      • Data Gathering – 7 days
      • Data Analysis and Report writing – 4 days
      • Submission of First Draft to World Vision – 1 day
      • First Review by World Vision – 2 days
      • Revision of First Draft  - 1 day
      • Submission of Final Draft to World Vision – 1 day
    • Option 2: November 23 – December 14, 2016
      • Orientation, Desk Review, Preparation of Tools – 5 days
      • Data Gathering – 10 days
      • Data Analysis and Report writing – 4 days
      • Submission of First Draft to World Vision – 1 day
      • First Review by World Vision – 2 days
      • Revision of First Draft – 1 day
      • Submission of Final Draft to World Vision – 1 day
    • Option 3: November 19 – December 12, 2016
      • Orientation, Desk Review, Preparation of Tools – 5 days
      • Data Gathering – 10 days
      • Data Analysis and Report writing – 4 days
      • Submission of First Draft to World Vision – 1 day
      • First Review by World Vision – 2 days
      • Revision of First Draft – 2 days
      • Submission of Final Draft to World Vision – 1 day

 

 

Deliverable: The final produce is a 10-12-page feasibility study that includes citations of all sources, analysis, and recommendations as required in the methodology section. The final product also includes a 1-2-page executive summary

 

 

Qualifications

    • Fluency in English, writing and speaking
    • Experience with similar consultancy/feasibility studies
    • Excellent research and academic writing skills
    • Translating complex ideas and subject matters into practical and simple terms
    • Regional knowledge (Philippines/Asia)
    • Sectoral Experience (Disaster Risk Reduction)
    • Knowledge of civil society and coalitions
    • Comfortable interacting with a broad range of people and in different cultures
    • Flexibility with regards to research products: multiple drafts might be needed before final release

 

 

 

BASELINE CONSULTANT

 

Purpose of the Position: We are looking for a Baseline Consultant experienced in conducting and writing baseline studies, with knowledge of Christian formation/discipleship programs and values development interventions in schools and communities, and an understanding of multi-faith community context.

 

Project Background: Children and youth (0-14 years old) make up more than half of the Philippines’ 103 million population. The moral values of Filipino children and youth are said to be deteriorating over the past years. Increasing incidence of substance abuse, vices, and early pregnancy among youth are household concerns and issues. HIV transmission rate is now considered an “epidemic” among Filipino youth. The country’s ‘war on drugs’ has identified more than thousands of children as “users, pushers, and runners.”

 

These are just some statistics that underline the importance and urgency of providing interventions to prevent moral decay of the Filipino children. World Vision responds to these by implementing a project that will address the root cause of these issues – Spiritual Nurture for Filipino Children (SNFC).

 

Specifically, the SNFC project’s goal and key outcomes are as follows:

 

Project Goal: Children have improved spiritual well being outcomes:

 

    • Children grow in their awareness, understanding, knowledge and relationship with God
    • Parents and caregivers practice responsible parenthood guiding children in their spiritual journey
    • Communities have enabling mechanisms for SNC

 

 

Guiding Principles

 

The purpose of the baseline study is to assess the current state of spiritual nurture and wellbeing of children in World Vision’s Area Programs (APs). This will provide data that will guide the 5-year implementation of the SNFC project in 24 APs. The baseline data will also serve as the primary basis in measuring the impact of the SNFC project in 5 years.

 

The baseline study seeks to provide information on the following:

 

    • Proportion of boys and girls with good to excellent level of spiritual well being
      • Children have an understanding and awareness of God
      • Children have opportunities to demonstrate God's presence in their lives
    • Proportion of parents or caregivers who practice responsible parenthood in nurturing their children's spirituality
    • Proportion of children who experienced support from caregivers and parents in nurturing spirituality of children
    • Proportion of communities with functional mechanisms implementing spiritual nurture initiatives for children and youth

 

The study will use both quantitative and qualitative methods which shall include surveys of households, focus groups discussions with parents and with children, key informant interviews and content analysis of relevant documents. Six (6) Area Programs will be selected for the baseline study.

 

Start and End Dates

    • Option 1: February 1 – May 15, 2017
      • Review and finalization of study design and tools – 2 days
      • Orientation of baseline team – 1 day
      • Data Gathering – 10 days
      • Data Analysis and Report writing – 4 days
      • Submission of First Draft to World Vision – 1 day
      • First Review by World Vision – 2 days
      • Revision of First Draft  - 1 day
      • Submission of Final Draft to World Vision – 1 day
    • Option 2: February 6 – May 15, 2017
      • Review and finalization of study design and tools – 2 days
      • Orientation of baseline team – 2 days
      • Data Gathering – 15 days
      • Data Analysis and Report writing – 4 days
      • Submission of First Draft to World Vision – 1 day
      • First Review by World Vision – 2 days
      • Revision of First Draft – 1 day
      • Submission of Final Draft to World Vision – 1 day

 

 

Deliverable: The final produce is the baseline report which includes an executive summary, background, methodology, process documentation in the conduct of surveys, FGDs and KIIs, limitations of the study, summary of findings, conclusions/recommendations, and appendices.

 

 

Qualifications

    • Fluency in English and Filipino writing and speaking
    • Experience with similar consultancy/feasibility studies
    • Excellent research and academic writing skills
    • Translating complex ideas and subject matters into practical and simple terms
    • Knowledge of Christian formation/discipleship programs and values development interventions
    • Understanding of multi-faith community context
    • Knowledge of civil society and coalitions
    • Comfortable interacting with a broad range of people and in different cultures
    • Flexibility with regards to research products: multiple drafts might be needed before final release

 

 

If interested kindly send your profile on or before January 30, 2017 to Elsie May Medina on the E-mail:  elsiemay_medina@wvi.org.  You can also contact her on the Mobile Number: 09175804252. 

 

As a child focused organization, World Vision is committed to the protection of children and does not employ staff whose background is not suitable for working with children. All employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal record checks where possible. Thank you for your interest in applying to World Vision. 

 

 

 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT

 

Purpose of the Position: We are looking for a Research Assistant experienced in conducting and writing baseline studies, with knowledge of Christian formation/discipleship programs and values development interventions in schools and communities, and an understanding of multi-faith community context.

 

Project Background: Children and youth (0-14 years old) make up more than half of the Philippines’ 103 million population. The moral values of Filipino children and youth are said to be deteriorating over the past years. Increasing incidence of substance abuse, vices, and early pregnancy among youth are household concerns and issues. HIV transmission rate is now considered an “epidemic” among Filipino youth. The country’s ‘war on drugs’ has identified more than thousands of children as “users, pushers, and runners.”

 

These are just some statistics that underline the importance and urgency of providing interventions to prevent moral decay of the Filipino children. World Vision responds to these by implementing a project that will address the root cause of these issues – Spiritual Nurture for Filipino Children (SNFC). 

 

Specifically, the SNFC project’s goal and key outcomes are as follows:

 

Project Goal: Children have improved spiritual well being outcomes:

 

    • Children grow in their awareness, understanding, knowledge and relationship with God
    • Parents and caregivers practice responsible parenthood guiding children in their spiritual journey
    • Communities have enabling mechanisms for SNC

 

 

Guiding Principles

 

The purpose of the baseline study is to assess the current state of spiritual nurture and wellbeing of children in World Vision’s Area Programs (APs). This will provide data that will guide the 5-year implementation of the SNFC project in 24 APs. The baseline data will also serve as the primary basis in measuring the impact of the SNFC project in 5 years.

 

The baseline study seeks to provide information on the following:

 

    • Proportion of boys and girls with good to excellent level of spiritual well being
      • Children have an understanding and awareness of God
      • Children have opportunities to demonstrate God's presence in their lives
    • Proportion of parents or caregivers who practice responsible parenthood in nurturing their children's spirituality
    • Proportion of children who experienced support from caregivers and parents in nurturing spirituality of children
    • Proportion of communities with functional mechanisms implementing spiritual nurture initiatives for children and youth

 

The study will use both quantitative and qualitative methods which shall include surveys of households, focus groups discussions with parents and with children, key informant interviews and content analysis of relevant documents. Six (6) Area Programs will be selected for the baseline study.

 

Start and End Dates

    • Option 1: February 13 – April 12, 2017
      • Orientation of baseline team – 1 day
      • Orientation of enumerators – 4 days
      • Data Gathering – 15 to 20 days
      • Consolidation and validation of data – 10 days
      • Support to baseline consultant – 10 days

 

 

Deliverable: The final produce is the baseline report which includes an executive summary, background, methodology, process documentation in the conduct of surveys, FGDs and KIIs, limitations of the study, summary of findings, conclusions/recommendations, and appendices.

 

 

Qualifications

    • Fluency in English and Filipino a must; Bisaya an advantage
    • Experience with similar research/baseline studies
    • Excellent research and academic writing skills
    • Ability to coordinate a team of at least 24 enumerators in six Area Programs
    • Knowledge of Christian formation/discipleship programs and values development interventions
    • Understanding of multi-faith community context
    • Ability to conduct interviews and focus group discussions
    • Flexibility with regard to research deliverables: able to provide support to the baseline consultant
    • Preferably based in Cebu for the duration of the baseline study

 

 

If interested kindly send your profile on or before January 30, 2017 to Elsie May Medina on the E-mail:  elsiemay_medina@wvi.org.  You can also contact her on the Mobile Number: 09175804252. 

 

As a child focused organization, World Vision is committed to the protection of children and does not employ staff whose background is not suitable for working with children. All employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal record checks where possible. Thank you for your interest in applying to World Vision.

 

 

 

SENIOR DONOR CARE SPECIALIST

 

Purpose of the Position: To help WVDF achieve financial sustainability, the Senior Donor Care Specialist’s primary goal is to keep a high level of satisfaction, loyalty and advocacy among WVDF individual sponsors/donors through the excellent delivery of WVDF donor service, cultivation and engagement programs.

 

Main Objectives

    • To provide excellent service to sponsors with multiple pledges and key accounts
    • To raise active givers, loyal supporters & brand advocates
    • To create a joyful donor experience in every touch point possible

 

Key Responsibilities: Manages and grows the multiple segment (sponsors with 2-4 pledges) and key accounts (WV Staff, J&J Staff and Toyota Staff).

    • Proactively improves existing processes to effectively serve the unique needs of multiple and key accounts segments
    • Employs high quality communication strategies in updating key partners with any sponsorship developments from the field
    • Plans and executes cultivation and engagement programs for key accounts in collaboration with the Donor Cultivation Specialist
    • Serves as Subject Matter Expert for major fundraising campaigns (Noche Buena, Back to School, Relief, etc.) and business process coach for new staff
    • Builds and nurtures strategic relationship with key partners leading to more active givers, loyal partners and brand advocates
    • Takes turn in producing monthly performance reports for the Multiple Segment
    • Resolves level 1 complaints

 

 

FACE-TO-FACE ACQUISITION SPECIALIST

 

Purpose of the Position: To implement Face-to-Face (F2F) marketing strategies in support to the goal and objectives of WVDF with the end in view of becoming a highly trusted organization engaging the publics for transformation.

 

Main Objectives

    • Responsible in achieving monthly acquisition targets to eventually contribute to the over-all annual local fund raising income target
    • Continually seeks potential sources of child sponsorships and one-time donations, either from individuals and groups during mall campaigns, off-site exhibits, and events
    • Demonstrates Christ-centered lifestyle that inspires passion and participants in spiritual formation and models high standard of personal integrity / maturity

 

Key Responsibilities

    • Approach prospect individual child sponsors and donors, companies and organizations through F2F encounter from mall campaign booths, offsite exhibits, events, and companies
    • Convert contacts to actual pledge by briefly yet passionately explaining about World Vision, the Child Sponsorship Program and other Private Non-Sponsorship campaigns
    • Prepare and ensure proper turn-over of reports to the F2F Engagement Officer, Administrative Specialist, and Site Acquisition Specialist, when necessary
    • Serve as Customer Service Representatives, facilitating payments, and queries by existing sponsors and donors
    • Assist the F2F Engagement Officer and Site Acquisition Specialist in coming up with promotional concepts, corporate leads, and event sites to increase acquisition
    • Attend trainings, meetings or community exposure activities required by superiors
    • Perform such other tasks as may be deemed necessary by the supervisor as essential to the achievement of targets
    • Open to flexible working hours
    • Ensures that Christ-centered Commitment is a foundational mandate of every sponsorship acquisition processes

 

 

 

QUALITY ASSURANCE SPECIALIST

 

Key Responsibilities

    • Ensure that quality standards are met in programmes and projects on the basis of objectively verifiable evidences resulting to consistent achievement of quality standards enables program effectiveness, which is evidenced  by  improved  child well - being,  strengthened community capacity and enriched engagement of supporters
    • Facilitate the setting up of a functional M&E systems and quality assurance mechanisms
    • Develop Quality Assurance (QA) protocols and guidelines for Design, Monitoring & Evaluation (DME) processes, outputs and products including community engagement
    • Conduct periodic data validation or auditing in randomly selected APs
    • Leads/undertake quality reviews of DME processes and products and provision of timely feedback to key stakeholders

 

 

 

PROCUREMENT AND ADMIN SPECIALISTS — LEGAZPI/NAGA CITY

 

Purpose of the Position: This position is responsible for the delivery and execution of sourcing process on all requisitions for goods, works and services across all assigned categories and locations to ensure general purchases and supplier relationship are carried out in alignment with WV Procurement Policies.

 

Main Objectives

    • Ensure to drive cost savings for the organization thru effective negotiations with supplier and creation of framework agreement for assigned top-spend category and regularly purchased items
    • Researches and evaluates requests based on price, service, quality and warranty and other applicable criteria to meet the needs of the internal customers. Verifies available funds and appropriateness of budget codes in accordance with procurement policy
    • Work closely with business, vendors & partners to deliver procurement expanded value to World Vision
    • Perform administrative duties requiring a high degree of expertise in more than one of the areas of office management, fiscal management, and customer relations

 

 

PROGRAM FINANCE SPECIALIST — PNS/Grants

 

Purpose of the Position

    • Prepares project budget aligned with WVI and donor requirements
    • Provides day to day finance review/ monitoring of project transactions
    • Prepares monthly and adhoc financial reports aligned with WVI and donor requirements
    • Supports the Senior Finance Officer and team in achieving annual targets and objectives for all PNS and Grants of the national office 

 

Main Objectives

    • Effectively carries out performance commitments that are supportive of the goals and objectives of the department and the organization
    • Provides overall financial management to all assigned projects ensuring compliance to grants/donor requirements, as applicable
    • Ensures that WV financial systems, policies, financial controls and processes are implemented and capacity building to project managers/budget holders are provided when necessary
    • Ensures timely and accurate budgets, financial reports, financial analysis and other financial requirements are prepared and submitted according to WV and donor requirements
    • Establish strong working relationships and close coordination with project managers/budget holders and other finance teams especially in field offices and resource development

 

 

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If you are interested to apply, kindly download the application form and email the completed form with ID-sized photo to: phl_hrd@wvi.org.

 

Or post mail to:

People and Culture

389 Quezon Ave. cor. West 6th St. Quezon City

 

As a child focused organization, World Vision is committed to the protection of children and does not employ staff whose background is not suitable for working with children. All employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal record checks where possible. Thank you for your interest in applying to World Vision.

 


 

 

INTERNAL AUDIT MANAGER

Summary of Position:

The IA Manager should effectively manage the internal audit activities to ensure that it can achieve its purpose and responsibilities included in the internal audit charter and to add value to the organization. S/he further assumes responsibility for upholding the use of the International Professional Practice Framework (IPPF), International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing (ISPPIA) of the Institute of Internal Auditors, VisionFund International Standards and applicable government laws and regulations to ensure that audit assignments are quality controlled and audit methodology follows a risk based audit approach covering planning, fieldwork, reporting and follow up.

Base Office: CEVI Head Office (Tagbilaran City, Bohol)

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Reports directly to the Board of Trustees thru the Audit and Risk Committee on a quarterly period on the internal audit activities.
  • Assist Senior Management in improving the internal controls and functions of the organization through monthly updates.
  • Develop risk-based audit plans to determine the priorities of the internal audit activity, consistent with the organization’s goals and VFI standards.
  • Ensures proper compliance to audit policies and procedures to guide the internal audit activity.
  • Ensures that internal audit resources are appropriate, updated, sufficient, and effectively deployed to achieve the approved plan


Qualifications:

  • Must be a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Accountancy preferably a Certified Public Accountant
  • With at least 5 years of audit experience
  • Objective and independent in performing roles and functions.
  • Develops and wields influence effectively
  • Possess high value of integrity and honest
  • Ability to assist CEV management in meeting its goals and objectives independently.


Interested applicants may submit their Application Letter, comprehensive Curriculum Vitae with recent 2X2 ID photo in white background, TOR and NBI Clearance to any CEVI Branch Offices or at cevi.recruitment@gmail.com  not later than May 30, 2017.