Project Officer - Quezon City

Long-term contract
Localisation Quezon City, Philippines
No remote
2 yrs of exp.
Posted on 02-08-2024
End : July 2025

Rights of Nature PH

Challenge the idea that Earth’s living systems are property and it is infinite; end the large scale and industrial extraction and pollution of natural systems and functions.

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General Scope of Work: The Project Officer shall ensure that all the activities are delivered, and outcomes are facilitated within the project period. He/She is responsible for facilitating the development of communication and advocacy plans and strategies that will support the Rights of Nature (RoN) advocacy and the RoN PH Movement.

Specific Tasks

  • Assist in the implementation of the strategic plans, specifically for the Rights of Nature resolution, as approved the PMPI General Assembly.
  • Help in facilitating effective coordination and synchronizations of activities of PMPI partners and the RoN PH Movement.
  • Come up with mechanism to monitor the movement's actions and communicate it with the members.
  • Prepare regular updates for the National Coordinating Council and Co-Convenors Committee meetings as well as help in consolidating reports on the network's thematic concerns.
  • Help develop resource materials on the RoN for the network and for public's consumption.
  • Coordinate and convene regularly the Rights of Nature Task Force and the Rights of Nature Steering Committee and pool of experts.
  • Provide technical and logistical support to the Task Force, Steering Committee and pool of experts.
  • Ensure engagement and coordination with the HIRAYA Youth and other RoN groups created.
  • Act as resource person for RoN.
  • Ensure lobby work is sustained both at the local and national level, and national agencies.
  • Coordinate with lawyers in the legal aspect especially in documentation of tights violations.
  • Perform other tasks and/or as requested by the National Coordinator.

Project Duration: The project will run for 17 months or until July 2025


Job Requirements:

1. Must be a Filipino.

2. A college graduate, preferably with a degree in Environmental Science, Environmental Management, Political Science, and Social Sciences, and other related courses.

3. With experience working in an NGO environment for at least 2 years.

4. With high-level skill in communication and coordination as well as people skill.

5. With some skills in writing statements, press releases, and doing media work.

6. Computer and social media literate.

7. With ability to work under pressure and a flexible schedule.

8. With ability to multi-task under minimal supervision.

Application Process

All applicants are encouraged to send their resumes/CVs preferably accompanied by three letters of recommendations and a cover letter to Cliquez sur candidater pour accéder aux informations. not later than February 23, 2024.

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for an interview that will be conducted anytime from 26-28 February 2024. All applications should be addressed to:

Ms. Yolanda Esguerra

National Coordinator, PMPI

Unit 204 Pacific Century Tower, Brgy. South Triangle, Quezon City

Should there be questions/clarifications, please get in touch with us either by emailing us or by calling our office at 02-961-5956. Please address other inquiries to Ms. Danyalyn Lazara, PMPI Admin Assistant.