Job Opportunities

The League of Cities of the Philippines (LCP) is the mandated local government association created for the purpose of promoting and protecting the interests of 145 member-cities. LCP is in need of applicants for the following position/s:

 

PROGRAM OFFICER FOR ADVOCACY, MARKETING AND NETWORKING

 

Genereal Description

-The Program Officer for Marketing, Advocacy, and Networking shall provide technical assistance to the DEDPPP and/or Executive Director along the areas of marketing, advocacy, and networking consistent with the goals, objectives, and outputs of the LCP annual and medium-term plans.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

-Implement and spearhead innovative inter-agency linkaging and partnerships among like-minded institutions, their stakeholders, and LCP’s international counterparts.

-Knowledge Management Content Generation.

-Manage and coordinate the production of LCP’s institutional publications.

-Provide advocacy campaign support strategies and implements quad media component and documentations support in various LCP’s thematic issues and projects.

-Performs other functions that may be assigned from time to time.

 

Deadline for submission:21 April 2022

Send your resume at mjp.lcp@gmail.com

 

Please click this link for a copy of the Position Description

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