This is a Tampakan-based role tasked to lead and supervise Community Relations team to sustain the Project’s social license to operate, ensure consistent engagement with local stakeholders and manage long-term commitment of the company to develop sustainable communities.

Key responsibilities:

  1. Sustainable Development Practices – Ensure effective use of the project’s safety and environmental-friendly standards and systems within own area of responsibility to positively contribute in nurturing the organization’s development culture.
  1. Sustain consistent engagements with Local Stakeholders of direct and indirect impact communities
  • Lead the team in updating stakeholders of the Project work plan and its progress
  • Lead the team in facilitating support in the resolution of issues affecting the project for local stakeholders
  • Lead the team in building and sustaining advocates for the project
  1. Compliance to provisions of DAO 2010-21 (CDP)
  • Supervise the team in complying with mandatory community development agreements
  • Supervise team in ensuring tenements are in good standing
  1. Support achieving approval for the Project
  • Support in completing FPIC process with concerned ICCs
  • Support in forging MOA with concerned LGUs
  1. Team Leadership – Lead the team to effectively and efficiently deliver tasks and promote a performance driven team
  1. Compliance – Ensure that all stakeholder engagements have efficient controls and tracking in place to manage compliance with relevant internal, regulatory and legislative instruments.
  1. Reporting and Documentation – Monitor the outcome and impacts of the engagements and partnerships on community development programs and ensure timely delivery of monthly, quarterly and annual reports for internal and external submission.

Key requirements:

  • Degree in social science, social development and other community development  related courses
  • Not less than 5 years practical experience in the areas of social development, advocacy and conflict management, stakeholder engagement, planning, and policy
  • Not less than 10 years’ experience in hands-on community development in developing countries
  • Highly proficient in social analysis, policy formulation, project planning and monitoring, facilitation and negotiation and stakeholder management
  • Technical writing ability is a must
  • Well-versed with operational and tactical planning processes
  • Excellent planning and organization, communication, and presentation skills
  • Entrenched networks with relevant government agencies and private sectors

For additional details and other vacancies, interested applicants are directed to visit Resume and application letter may also be sent to indicating the position title. 

Closing date is 30 April 2018.

Sagittarius Mines Incorporated