Residential Care Center - Silay City

Long-term contract
Localisation Silay City, Philippines
No remote
3 yrs of exp.
Posted on 02-08-2024

CAMELEON Association Inc. Philippines

CAMELEON Association Inc. is a non-stock, non-profit, non-government organization that provides protection and rehabilitation services to sexually abused young girl-survivors.

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CAMELEON Association Inc. is a non-stock non-profit organization in the Philippines founded in 1997 and registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The Association is dedicated to rehabilitating and empowering girls who are survivors of sexual abuse through a strong commitment to holistic healing, community development, and advocacy campaigns against sexual abuse to ensure that there is a safe environment for survivors and other children to thrive.


Ensures that all activities of the Residential Care program are well planned and implemented with proper follow-ups and monitoring. Responsible for the leading and supervising the residential care staff and drafting the development of the program through new initiatives, projects and partnerships towards healing and recovery of the residential care beneficiaries.

Key Responsibilities

Management and administrative tasks

  • Manages the operation of the residential care program.
  • Supervises and mentors the residential care staff towards timely attainment of planned activities and targets to include school and home visits and psycho- social assistance to the family according to the logical frameworks delivered to the partners.
  • Oversees the judicious disbursements of funds of the residential care program within the approved budget or reasonable level
  • Assists the Program Officer in the conduct of case conferences and interventions with families, social workers, and local authorities.
  • Ensures that the rules and regulations of CAMELEON in the center are respected and complied with by the staff, beneficiaries, and partners.
  • Consolidates and ensures timely submission of relevant documents and reports such as intake sheets, progress reports, monthly and annual accomplishment reports, weekly, monthly, and quarterly reports per project and activities, and other reports/documents
  • Leads the preparation of annual work plans, reports, and budgets of the residential care program in coordination with the residential care staff.
  • Makes suggestions on the courses of action and conducts performance planning and appraisal of residential care staff.

Residential Care

  • Monitors the status of the girls in the center which include educational, legal, medical, and psychosocial assistance.
  • Reviews the target plan, monitor the progress development of each girl, and evaluate individual cases of children with the residential care staff.
  • Establishes networks and linkages with schools, organizations, LGUs, service providers, and professionals.


  • Conducts lectures in communities and schools to promote children right's and prevent child sexual abuse on Negros Occidental Island.
  • Assists the Advocacy Program Officer in coordinating with government agencies, LGUs, and in lobbying opportunities on Negros Occidental Island.
  • Assists the Advocacy Program Officer in collaborating with other child focus organizations and government agencies on Negros Occidental Island to influence other local government units to adopt the Child Code or to strengthen or reactivate the local councils for the protection of children.


  • Must have a Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Psychology, Nursing, or other Social Sciences.
  • Minimum of three (3) year experience in NGO work with two (2) years supervisory experience.
  • Experience in casework management and familiarity with the treatment plan, individual group counseling, and psychosocial interventions.
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
  • Ability to work independently and under minimum supervision.
  • Computer literate (Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
  • Must be compassionate with children.
  • Upholds honesty, integrity, and a sense of confidentiality.
  • Good report writing and presentation skills.
  • Good grasp of the concept paper and/or proposal development.
  • Ability to work cooperatively in a team.
  • Possesses positive leadership skills.
  • Must be willing to work beyond regular working hours and working days when necessary.

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