Content Data Coordinator for Project SIGND

  • Contract
  • Philippines
  • TBD USD / Year
  • Salary: TBD

Oscar M. Lopez Center

The OML Center is looking for a Content Data Coordinator who will serve as the Center’s point person for its “Climate Resilience of the Deaf: Signs for Inclusive Governance and Development” (Project SIGND).

The appointment is for a six-month period.

About Project SIGND

In partnership with Deaf-led organizations, and in support of the recommendations of the UN for disability-inclusive climate action (2020), the OML Center embarks on a project entitled “Climate Resilience of the Deaf: Signs for Inclusive Governance and Development.” Called Project SIGND, it aims to increase the preparedness and adaptive capacities of the Deaf to climate-related risks and disasters by increasing access to and participation in hearing-led programs on climate action and DRRM, while strengthening policies and capacitating key policymakers, implementors, Deaf advocates and Hearing champions towards more inclusive governance and resilience building.

With funding from the USAID Disability-inclusive Climate Action (DCA) Fund, Project SIGND is implemented through a grant from the Gerry Roxas Foundation (GRF).

Job Responsibilities

  • In close coordination with the Center’s representative and the Project Lead, coordinate, manage, organize, and utilize the wealth of information and content types towards the achievement of the project goals and the delivery of the project outputs, focusing on the monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL), and communication requirements of the project
  • Assist in the development of synthesis, recommendatory, and other documentary reports and communication materials
  • Attend weekly team and other meetings, and other relevant project events and activities punctually without having to be followed-up
  • Respond punctually and responsibly to all communications with team and managers
  • Maintain data integrity and security

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree with quantitative and/or communications focus
  • About 2-3 years of experience preferable in monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) and communications
  • Outstanding communication skills, with the ability to present data in a simple and straightforward way for non-technical audiences
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint skills – experience with statistical and or design software an advantage
  • Experience managing social media platforms, online channels and other comm outlets
  • Excellent critical thinking, problem solving, and organizational skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and enthusiasm
  • Attention to detail and commitment to excellence
  • Can do attitude and willing to go extra mile
  • The capacity to multitask and manage competing deadlines

About the OML Center

The OML Center is a non-profit organization, based in the Philippines, born out of a private sector initiative to enhance support for research and innovative solutions towards climate change adaptation and disaster risk management. It is rooted in the principle that science must play a role in building the resilience of communities through actionable knowledge.

Founded in 2012, the OML Center was established in response to the glaring research gap that was alarmingly disproportionate to the climate-related risks and vulnerabilities of the Philippines. The first of its kind in the country, the OML Center continues to be the only privately funded grant-giving non-governmental organization (NGO) doing research-based climate change communications.

How to apply

Qualified applicants may fill out the online application form. For inquiries, kindly send an email to [email protected].


Deadline: 14 Apr 2023