ChildFund International Job Vacancy: National Director, Philippines

Position: National Director,Philippines
Name of Organization: ChildFund International
Job Location: Manila,  Philippines

International Organization is seeking a National Director for its Philippines country office. The Asia region is uniquely positioned with four of our Alliance members situated within the region and active support of many of the other members in our country operations.The National Director (ND) is responsible for vision and strategic leadership for the assigned national office. The ND is also responsible for the operational leadership that supports the mission and strategic direction, acts as a resource to other national offices, the regional team and the agency as a whole in appropriate areas of expertise.

This position calls for entrepreneurial future leaders with strong business acquisition skills.

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (including but not limited to) :
  • Responsible for the operational leadership that support the mission and strategic direction;
  • Drive forward management and program quality within the national office and our local partners;
  • Ensure the organization and its local partners are prepared to respond to emergencies while ensuring disaster risk reduction (DRR) is mainstreamed into the work we do;
  • Successfully lead and acquire a diverse and large portfolio of external funding sources in line with the program’s country strategy;
  • Entrepreneurial in seeking alternative approaches to resource acquisition within a complex changing landscape  
  • A minimum of ten years of experience in international development, providing leadership to teams, ensuring clear understanding of ChildFund’s approach to building strong core program.
  • Experience in grants administration/management of projects funded by foreign government aid agencies, and/ or multilateral institutions.
  • Demonstrated ability to build and maintain working relationships with staff at multiple levels.
  • Working knowledge of budgeting and project management, monitoring and evaluation processes.
  • Ability to manage change management
  • Proven track record on resource mobilization
  • Ability to seek traditional (government) and non-traditional resources (corporate and foundations)
  • Emergency response experience
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and Tagalog is mandatory, fluency in other languages is a plus.
  • Familiarity with the issues of irregular migration, including extensive  knowledge of child protection and violence prevention.
  • Only Nationals of the Philippines to be considered for this position
Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in nonprofit management or related field, Master’s degree preferred.

Please submit your application and CVs with your current salary. 

Apply online at: HERE
Deadline: 06 Dec 2015