Planning Officer IV

₱51,000 - 55,000 per month

2 to 4 Years
With Business Certificates
Established in 2004
201-500 Employees
Banco De Oro Plaza, 8737 Paseo de Roxas, Bel-Air, Makati, Metro Manila
Posted On: December 7, 2022
Job ID: 416924

Details

SOCIAL HOUSING FINANCE CORPORATION

 

Is currently looking for:

 

PLANNING OFFICER IV

 

Salary: Php 51,000.00 – 55,000.00

 

Qualification Standard:

  • Education: Bachelor's degree relevant to the job 

  • Experience: 3 year of relevant work experience (preferably in the areas of planning, research, and policy work) 

  • Training: 16 hours of relevant training (preferably in the areas of corporate planning, strategic planning, and policy analysis)

Knowledge:

  1. Research and technical writing (ability to do critical analysis); 

  2. Advance corporate performance monitoring work, data analysis, and planning and evaluation coordination work 

  3. Computer softwares applicable to office/research work; 

  4. Knowledge in social, economic, and political issues and developments concerning the housing sector and the general economy; and 

  5. Intermediate financial statement analysis, and knowledge in corporate risk analysis and quality management concepts and models of implementation.

Skills:

  1. Competent written and oral communication skills (ability to conduct presentation to a large number of people and/or senior corporate officer); 

  2. Ability to conduct critical analyses of issues/policies (both internal and external) as it affects corporate performance; and 

  3. Creative problem-solving skills to gather relevant information to solve planning problems.

Attitude/Behavior:

  1. Possesses high standards of professionalism and dedication to quality public service; 

  2. Possesses a mature personality (e.g. able to work in a fast-paced work environment, able to work in a team, able to work with people of various backgrounds and is confident in communicating with persons of high authority); 

  3. Possesses moral integrity (e.g. will not compromise time and instead strengthen honored principles in public service); and 

  4. Willing to work overtime and able to multi-task.

Duties and Responsibilities / Scope of Work

  1. Prepares the conduct of corporate planning sessions (annual and midyear) to formulate and/or monitor annual corporate work plan (including corporate strategies and plan of action) and performance; 

  2. Gathers, analyzes, and interprets data (internal and external) as inputs to corporate planning, policy, and research studies/undertakings; 

  3. Reviews and evaluates corporate financial performance to serve as basis in the drafting of annual corporate budget and work plan; 

  4. Prepares and analyzes accomplishment reports on performance vis-a-vis corporate work plan targets for submission and presentation to Senior Management, DHSUD, and other government agencies; 

  5. Evaluates departmental action plans and monitors the implementation of corporate strategies to ensure the attainment of targets; 

  6. Assists in the formulation of corporate position and recommendations on national development initiatives/plans and issues relative to the housing finance sector and programs of the corporation; 

  7. Conducts corporate risk analysis and evaluation work applicable to the corporate planning function; 

  8. Conducts quality management work and evaluation (e.g., ISO related work); 

  9. Conducts market research for feasible programs and strategies consistent with the corporate mandate to improve existing programs, policies, and services; 

  10. Undertakes preparation of budget materials needed for DBM, House of Representatives, and Senate technical budget hearings; 

  11. Represents the department in inter-agency technical working groups and seminars (including presentation of position of the corporation); 

  12. Provides technical and administrative secretariat support to corporate planning and inter-departmental activities; 

  13. Assists in the data management and filing of the department for easy reference/retrieval of documents; and 

  14. Performs other related functions that may be assigned by superiors from time to time.