Careers

Take part in this once-in-a-generation reform. 

The CHED K to 12 Transition PMU is seeking individuals who are:

  • Flexible and adaptive: can work in a range of contexts, conduct fieldwork and data analysis, write and make presentations, comfortable with ambiguity and messy environments
  • Collaborative yet independent: willing to take ownership and initiative, work well in teams
  • Open to learning: can quickly study new skills and knowledge, receptive to feedback and criticism
  • Passionate for education: can demonstrate a strong interest in supporting and improving reforms in Philippine higher education

 

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Shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

 

Position
Responsibilities
Qualifications

Scholarships for Graduate Studies – Local

Scholarship Program Assistant
(1) Assists in the delivery of local scholarship grants;
(2) Handles receiving, recording, and filing of documents; and
(3) Overall maintenance and building of records database.
Bachelor’s degree

Scholarship for Graduate Studies – Abroad and International Relations

Project Technical Staff III
(1) Manages and administers grants;
(2) Builds institution-to-institution partnerships to establish programs; and
(3) Manages and responds to the needs of the grantees of institutional programs.
Bachelor’s degree Two (2) years of experience
Eight (8) hours of training
Project Technical Staff I
(1) Takes charge of administrative matters in the Scholarships for Graduate Studies Abroad component of the team. Bachelor’s degree
Administrative Officer IV
(1) Takes charge of administrative matters in the Scholarships for Graduate Studies Abroad component of the team;
(2) Processes liquidation and disbursement of funds
(3) Arranges for logistical and other administrative concerns
(4) Coordinates with different stakeholders for the team’s concerns regarding administrative matters; and
(5) Takes charge in the Budget and Financial matters of the team’s operations.
(6) Serves as support staff to the PTS III overseeing financial transactions;
(7) Manages the tracking of payments to scholars through offline and online trackers.
Bachelor’s degree
One (1) year of experience
Four (4) hours of training

Institutional Development and Innovations

Institutional Grants Officer
1) Develops and periodically updates database to ensure easy access of accurate information relevant to assigned projects;
(2) Prepares statistics and reports relative to assigned projects;
(3) Assists in the design and implementation of activities in relation to assigned project;
(4) Monitors status of implementation of approved projects in higher education institutions as assigned;
(5) Proposes plans related to projects as assigned including schedules of activities, budgetary requirements based on applicable policies and guidelines;
(6) Assists in the preparation of projects, financial proposals, and reports;
(7) Assists in the preparation of official communication;
(8) Maintains database of grantees with relevant data such as region, Higher Education Institution (HEI) size, type of grant, applicable accreditation, Philippine Standard Classification of Education (PSCED) project classification, etc.;
(9) Gathers data and information as required;
(10) Provides administrative support;
(11) Ensures adherence to work processes relative to assigned projects;
(12) Acts as custodian of the supplies of the unit; and
(13) Perform other tasks that may be assigned by the immediate supervisor.
Bachelor’s degree
One (1) year of experience
Four (4) hours of training
Institutional Grants Administrative Officer
(1) Participates in the planning and conduct of activities related to the Program;
(2) Participates in meetings/workshops/consultations/orientations conducted by the Program;
(3) Participates in the review of existing policies, guidelines, and other relevant instruments;
(4) Assists in the preparation of project and financial proposal;
(5) Assists in the gathering of useful information for the project’s database;
(6) Initiate, promote, and support efforts in work processes to achieve reliable results;
(7) Assists in the preparation and submission of necessary reports relative to the Program;
(8) Provides administrative support such as preparation of authority to hold activity, budget proposal, authority to travel, procurement requests, payments of honoraria, meals during meetings, reimbursement of travel expenses, filing of documents, and other related tasks; and
(9) Perform other functions as may be assigned.
Bachelor’s degree

Research Grants

Senior Grants Management Officer
(1) Prepare and draft all technical documents relating to the grants such as complete staff work documents, technical reports, monitoring reports, etc.;
(2) Spearhead the development of tools to facilitate the conduct of the technical aspects of project management such as, but not limited to, monitoring and evaluation, data gathering and data reporting, etc.;
(3) Prepare all written and formal communication addressed to stakeholders;
(4) Coordinate with all stakeholders of the grants (grantees, partners, HEIs, other CHED Offices, Technical Working Groups, Vetting Panels, Technical Experts, etc.) in all aspects of the grant, as necessary;
(5) Design interventions in coordination with grant stakeholders to ensure the efficient implementation of the grants;
(6) Identify budgetary requirements and prepare budgetary plans and all relevant reports in relation to the grants;
(7) Plan and implement marketing activities for projects;
(8) Take charge in monitoring and reporting on the status of project deliverables;
(9) Acts as technical support to Lead for all grant-related requests concerning grant policies and grant implementation;
(10) Review all documentary submissions, and disbursement-related documents before endorsing to Lead;
(11) Review all fund-related and administrative documents in relation to grant activities and projects;
(12) Ensures accuracy of data extracted from databases and provided in reports;
(13) Regularly monitor and update the grant management databases;
(14) Spearhead pre-evaluation and vetting of grant applications; and
(15) Assign tasks and ensure accomplishment of deliverables of Project Technical Staff II.
Bachelor’s degree
Two (2) years of experience
Eight (8) hours of training
Note: CPA Preferred
Grants Management Officer
(1) Manage, maintain, and update all relevant grant databases including data management;
(2) Report directly and provide support to the PTS III and Team Lead in all grant management activities;
(3) Respond to emails, letters, social media, and walk-in inquiries from all grant stakeholders and other partner offices and agencies;
(4) Coordination with internal CHED offices;
(5) Review, assess, file and digitize all documentary submissions from grantees and other grant stakeholders before endorsing to the PTS III, Team Lead, or the DIrector-in-charge;
(6) Prepare financial documents including, but not limited to, disbursement vouchers, obligation requests, liquidation reports, and then route these to relevant CHED Offices;
(7) Act as support to the PTS III (budget preparation, implementation of marketing and branding activities, pre-evaluation and vetting);
(8) Take charge of documentation of meetings, and all other grant-related and project management activities;
(9) Review, Assess, and Provide reports and recommendations on special requests received from grantees and stakeholders before endorsing to the PTS III, Team Lead, or the DIrector-in-charge;
(10) Provide support in the conduct of call for application and proposals, and assist in the vetting of submissions from applicants; and
(11) To perform other functions as delegated by superiors and the Director-in-charge.
Bachelor’s degree One (1) year of experience
Four (4) hours of training

Communications

Customer Relations Officer
(1) Responding to emails, letters, social media (customer service responsibilities), correspondences, data requests and concerns from CHED’s stakeholders through eFOI and Contact Center ng Bayan;
(2) Provide support in promoting K to 12 Transition Program Grants;
(3) Provide support in creating content for promotional materials of the K to 12 Transition Program Grants;
(4) Regional relations; and (5) Coordination with internal CHED offices.
Bachelor’s degree
One (1) year of experience
Four (4) hours of training

Join our growing team! teamprofile

Apart from contributing to the development and implementation of the various programs under the K to 12 Transition Program, all positions entail:

  • opportunities to work alongside co-workers and counterparts passionate about education reform
  • gain experience and understanding of the Philippine education sector, specifically higher education
  • exposure to policy dialogue at the executive and legislative branches of government
  • opportunity to work with K to 12 schools and higher education institutions, including administrators, faculty, and staff
  • opportunity to work with foreign agencies and non-profit organizations involved in education reform

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to be Civil Service Eligible?

No. Civil Service Eligibility is only required for plantilla/regular items; contractual personnel only need to meet the qualification standards to be considered for a position.

Are positions project-based?

Yes, they are contractual and are renewable every end of the year until 2021. These are not plantilla/regular items.

Do you accept fresh graduates?

Yes, we have entry level positions for those who have no work experience.

Where and when do I need to report for work?

Our main office is located at the CHED Central Office, with business address HEDC Bldg., C.P. Garcia Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City. Our office hours are 8am-5pm, Monday to Friday. On Tuesdays to Fridays, sliding schedules are implemented; personnel may go to work between 8am-9am and log out between 5pm-6pm.

What are the salary ranges?

Available positions are from SG 9 to 18.