Jeanifer D. Aguirre jaguirre at ateneo.edu
Wed Jan 11 15:02:53 PHT 2017


*Program:                            *'Laya’ Phase 3

*Location:*                            SDC Complex, Ateneo de Manila
University, Katipunan Ave. Quezon City

*Position:*                             Administrative Assistant

*Duration:                           *Until May 9, 2017

*Report to:                          *Project Director and Dean

*I. Project Description and Objectives:*

Project Laya Phase 3 is a 24-month project that will provide technical
assistance to the Department of Finance (DOF), with support from the United
States Agency for International Development (USAID).

Project Laya Phase 3 continues and builds upon the gains of predecessor
phases. The Project’s objectives consist of the following 4 Pillars:

Pillar 1: Enhance the capacity of the legal units of the Department of
Finance (DOF) and its related agencies to improve the handling and
management of revenue collection and anti-corruption cases, with particular
focus on the Run Against the Smugglers (RATS) unit of Bureau of Customs
(BOC) for the improvement of enforcement actions against fraudulent

Pillar 2: Enhance the capacity of the Revenue Integrated Protection Service
(RIPS) unit of the DOF to improve enforcement actions against corruption in
customs and revenue administration;

Pillar 3: Examine and recommend policies and systems in detection and
prevention of corrupt practices in customs administration, particularly
concerning Post Entry Audit (PEA) and the development of the draft bill for
the Customs Modernization and Tariff Act (CMTA);

Pillar 4: Formulate and disseminate strategic messages to improve awareness
of, and enhance support for anti-corruption efforts and reforms in revenue
administration, within the DOF/BOC and the general public.

*Key Areas of Activities*

In order to achieve the following objectives, Phase 3 of Project Laya will
cover activities in the following areas:

                1. Conduct personnel training in case handling, build-up
and case management;

                2. Create inventories of cases and publish case studies;

                3. Develop standard procedures, manuals, templates; and
case monitoring systems;

                4. Conduct policy review;

5. Formulate and disseminate strategic messages on anti-corruption efforts.

*II. Scope of Work:*

The *Administrative Assistant* is responsible for providing administrative
and logistical support to the teams or individuals carrying out the
specific objectives of Project *Laya*.  Specifically, the following are
responsibilities and tasks of the Administrative Assistant:

             1.       Assist in performing human resous management
functions, such as recording keeping, file management and contracts

2. Provide logistical support to the teams and individuals performing
technical assistance;

3.    Provide administrative assistance in the preparation of payroll and
other related documents;

4.   Handle the administrative and logistical services relevant in
undertaking activities, such as the conduct of trainings, publish case
studies, development of standard procedures, manuals and templates, conduct
of policy review, conduct of audit, evaluation and monitoring.

*III. Qualifications:*

The Administrative Assistant must have the following qualifications:

   - Graduate of any business, management, or social science degree;
   - 1-2 years of  experience in project management and research;
   -  Previous work in good governance advocacy;
   - Has excellent organizational, oral, and written communication skills;
   - Can work with minimum supervision; and
   - Capable of rapidly working in groups and in dealing with sensitive

*IV. Requirements for Application:*

For interested applicants, please submit:

   - An application letter addressed to: Dr. Ronald U. Mendoza, Dean of
   Ateneo School of Government
   - Curriculum Vitae with three professional work references (including
   their emails and contact numbers)
   - Writing sample (paper)

Please submit the required documents via e-mail to hr.asog at gmail.com
<dsalamat at ateneo.edu> with “*Applicant-* *Administrative Assistant” *as

Jeanifer de Castro-Aguirre
Ateneo de Manila University - School of Government
Tel. No. 4266001 local 4626
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