National Capital Region City Jobs Head Of Partnerships, Communications And Reporting Position at United Nations World Food Programme
- Job vacancies posted on: 2 months ago
We are hiring for the position of Head of Partnerships, Communications and Reporting with contract working hours for our company office, United Nations World Food Programme, for residents of National Capital Reg and its neighboring areas.
Candidates with expertise in Sales/Marketing & Marketing/Business Dev and at least a Not Specified or higher are highly needed. The candidates criteria we are looking for must be trustworthy and disciplined, because our business values a professional and competitive work environment.
Our company provides a competitive salary range of ₱16,000 - ₱38,000, which can be adjusted at the discretion of HRD in our company. This range naturally varies depending on how proficient the candidate credibility can be offered.
We are pleased to announce that our company, United Nations World Food Programme, is currently open recruitment for candidates who are interested in joining our office company as a Head of Partnerships, Communications and Reporting.
|Company||United Nations World Food Programme|
|Position||Head Of Partnerships, Communications And Reporting|
|Region||National Capital Region|
|Work Level||Not Specified|
|Type of work||Contract|
|Specialization Required||Marketing/Business Dev, Sales/Marketing|
|Minimum Salary||PHP 16.000|
|Maximum Salary||PHP 38.000|
The World Food Programme’s engagement in the Philippines is constantly evolving. Initially begun in the 1960s, WFP officially re-established its presence in 2006 to support the peace process in Mindanao, providing life-saving food assistance in emergencies and disasters, and to develop programs that seek to improve nutrition and the overall quality of life of the people we serve. Since 2018, WFP has been implementing a five-year Country Strategic Plan (CSP 2018-2023) to support the Government of the Philippines to address food insecurity, reduce malnutrition and build the resilience of vulnerable populations. In 2024, WFP will launch a new CSP (2024-2028) which will intensify WFP’s shift towards the prioritization of development-oriented activities, with a strong focus on resilience building as well as capacity strengthening measures through technical support. As such, WFP seeks to continue increasing its engagement with development actors, including International Financial Institutions (IFIs). The recent selection of WFP Philippines to be among the first countries worldwide to receive WFP’s global Changing Lives Transformation Fund (CLTF) will be a key opportunity to enable the Country Office to further strengthen its support to the Government in its efforts to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development using WFP homegrown school meals models.
In this context the Country Office requires support of a Head of Partnerships, Communications and Reporting to support the Country Office with growing development-oriented partnerships, that also require strengthened reporting and advocacy. The Head of Partnerships, Communications and Reporting will work under the supervision of the Country Director and will lead and supervise a team of 6 staff members working in the unit: a Communications Officer, a Partnerships and Reports Associate, two Communications Assistants, a part-time Partnerships Consultant, and a part-time Graphic Designer. He/She will lead Partnerships, Communications and Reporting activities and supervise other team members while providing guidance and capacity development, with the goal to build the capacity of the team to effectively manage Partnerships, Communications and Reporting activities for the Country Office in the long-term.
|Region||National Capital Region|
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The World Food Programme (WFP) is the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide, delivering food assistance in emergencies and working with communities to improve nutrition and build resilience. In October 2020, the United Nations World Food Programme was named the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate in recognition of its work addressing the link between conflict and hunger.
The World Food Programme’s presence in the Philippines is constantly evolving. From initially re-establishing in 2006 to support the peace process in Mindanao, providing life-saving food assistance in emergencies and disasters, improving the nutrition of tens of thousands of vulnerable populations, to development programmes that seek to improve the overall quality of life of the people it serves.
WFP’s portfolio of activities outlined in its five-year Country Strategic Plan (2018-2023) is designed to improve long term food and nutrition security, reduce malnutrition while building the resilience of vulnerable populations to frequent natural hazards and shocks. WFP is doing this by working closely with the Government of the Philippines, other United Nations agencies, non-governmental organizations and communities. Deploying innovative initiatives and tools which support national systems including emergency response and social protection, WFP will directly contribute to the achievement of the Philippine Development Plan (PDP) 2017-2022, Philippine Framework for Sustainable Development (PFSD) 2019-2023 and SDGs 2 (Zero Hunger) and 17 (Partnerships for the Goals).
- Industry: Non-Profit Organisation / Social Services / NGO
- Company Size: 51 - 200 Employees
- Average Processing Time: 30 days
- Benefits & Others: Dental, Medical, Vision, Regular hours, Mondays - Fridays, Smart Casual