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Download and complete the AIPh application form here, and send the to [email protected] for the position applied for.

1. Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer

The PMEL Officer reports directly to the Section Director, designs the PMEL system processes and facilitates its implementation. Consolidates and finalize all reports and comply with timely submission to appropriate offices. Provides technical support to the Board of Trustees in the conduct of its regular functions.

Specifically, PMEL Officer will be –

  • Enhancing the PMEL system, processes, and tools and orient its end-users.
  • Preparing information, data, etc for the annual planning and evaluation.
  • Finalizing the annual plan with the section director, managers, and program/ project officers.
  • Facilitating PMEL processes with department heads and analyzing submitted monitor trackers to develop recommendations to improve department/work unit performance.
  • Ensuring documentation of lessons learned and sharing these to relevant stakeholders in the organization.
  • Preparing reports and information/ data for approval of the section director and communicating the same to the board of trustees.
  • Safekeeping of all board documents and ensuring a systematic filing system for these.
  • Supporting the board, its committees, and By-Laws mandated committees in the effective conduct of governance work.
  • Coordinating the administrative and technical requirements in the preparation and conduct of various general meetings.
  • Co-designing the processes and tools and providing resources/ information to enable smooth functioning of the general meetings and its committees.

We are seeking candidates with –

  1. Bachelor’s degree preferably in development studies or development communications
  2. Training and/or experience in design, implementation, and customization of PMEL tools
  3. At least four years relevant experience in PMEL preferably in non-profit or development sector
  4. Training and/or experience in governance for non-profits
  5. Excellent written and verbal communications skills in Filipino and English; preferably skilled in Bisaya too
  6. Proficiency in technology to facilitate PMEL processes
  7. Values aligned with human rights principles and Amnesty International’s vision, mission, and core values

Candidates must be willing to work in a hybrid setting and available to start immediately.  This is a fixed term position until March 2024.

Download and complete the AIPh application form here, and send the to [email protected] until 15 February 2023. 


2. Special Project Officer for Human Rights Defenders Protection Project                              

The Special Project Officer reports directly to the Advocacy and Mobilization Department Manager and leads the screening, validation, and assessment of case applications against prescribed criteria and endorses eligible cases for approval. The SPO implements the approved response per case and conducts monitoring and evaluation and recommends appropriate action. The SPO executes exit strategy to enable the reintegration of beneficiaries to their normal way of life.

Specifically, Special Officer will be –

  • Developing the project’s operational plan and budget, security protocols, risk assessment and mitigation plan
  • Providing or coordinating security training for project applicants and beneficiaries
  • Drafting or providing recommendations to policies and procedures necessary for the project
  • Attending case conferences and seminars related to the project
  • Developing and implementing Exit Strategy for project beneficiaries
  • Data gathering, reviewing, and assessing all applications received against approved criteria/guidelines to identify eligible beneficiaries.
  • Conducting consultations with various stakeholders including Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Human Rights Organizations and Networks and other individuals
  • Facilitating and documenting deliberation process after passing the initial screen
  • Preparing and training beneficiaries for the exit strategy
  • Leading the monitoring, implementation, and evaluation processes of the project
  • Preparing project, activity, and case reports for review and approval of managers and the Section Director

We are seeking candidates with –

  1. Bachelor’s degree preferably in the field of social sciences
  2. Training and/or experience in human rights defenders’ protection, local and international policies on HRDs and security and wellbeing for HRDs
  3. At least three years relevant experience in in project management preferably in development sector, non-profits, NGOs or advocacy groups
  4. Familiarity with paralegal protocols
  5. Proficient in written and oral communications in Filipino and English, preferably in Bisaya also
  6. Security Management
  7. Values aligned with human rights principles and Amnesty International’s vision, mission, and core values

Candidates must be from the National Capital Region (NCR), willing to work in a hybrid setting and available to start immediately. This is a fixed term position until 30 June 2024.

Download and complete the AIPh application form here, and send the to [email protected] until 10 February 2023. 


3. Special Project Officer for Justice Project                              

The Special Project Officer reports directly to the Advocacy and Mobilization Department Manager and leads the planning, implementing, monitoring, evaluating, sharing and applying lessons learned within the lifespan of the project. The SPO for Justice Project forges partnership and networking and mobilizes project resources to build victims’ groups and capacitate them to put forward collective effort in pursuing justice.

Specifically, Special Officer will be –

  • Developing the project’s operational plan and budget, risk assessment and mitigation plan.
  • Leading the monitoring, implementation, and evaluation processes of the project.
  • Organizing victims’ community and providing capacity building towards building a Victims Movement
  • Developing and implementing a comprehensive support program for victims and families based on their legal and non-legal needs.
  • Coordinating referrals with networks.
  • Communicating AIPh campaigns and activities to project partners, victims’ community, etc.
  • Broadening, coordinating and sustaining networks and partnerships for the project
  • Preparing project reports and communications for the approval of mangers and the Section Director
  • Guiding direct reports on their workplan in alignment with the project and other AIPh priorities and appraising them individually.

We are seeking candidates with –

  1. Bachelor’s degree preferably in the field of social sciences.
  2. Training and/or experience in human rights defenders’ protection, local and international policies on HRDs and security and wellbeing for HRDs.
  3. At least three years relevant experience in project management preferably in development sector, non-profits, NGOs or advocacy groups.
  4. Relevant experience in community organizing and conducting trainings and learning sessions, networking and partnerships.
  5. Proficient in written and oral communications in Filipino and English, preferably in Bisaya also.
  6. Values aligned with human rights principles and Amnesty International’s vision, mission, and core values

Candidates must be from the National Capital Region NCR), willing to work in a hybrid setting and available to start immediately.  This is a fixed term position until 30 June 2024.

Download and complete the AIPh application form here, and send the to [email protected] until 10 February 2023. 


4. Ignite Awards Season 3 Trophy Artist

Amnesty International Philippines is looking for an artist to design and produce the Ignite Awards for Human Rights Season 3 trophy.

The theme for this year’s Ignite Awards is “Protect the Protest” – highlighting the right to protest as a powerful tool for change. Celebrating human rights defenders who speak out peacefully for themselves and for others, and standing up to loudly remind those in power that the right to protest is inalienable, that people must have the freedom to express grievances, and to demand change freely, collectively and publicly.  


Job Responsibilities:

  • Create three design studies for the Ignite Awards trophy
  • Modify and revise final design upon advise
  • Produce a prototype of the final approved design
  • Reproduce four copies of the trophy based on prototype revisions

Artist Qualifications:

  • Extensive design portfolio
  • Relevant work experience as an artist or designer is preferred
  • Excellent eye for aesthetic design
  • Strong knowledge of industry trends
  • Good understanding of human rights and this season’s theme

If interested, kindly submit the following to [email protected] on or before 15 February 2023:

  • Trophy Design Proposal
  • Artist’s Portfolio
  • Completed Job Application form

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at Amnesty International Philippines.

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