The National Book Development Board is in need of dedicated and competent applicants for the following positions:

Administrative Officer V (HRMO III) (SG 18)
Item No: NBDB-DECSB-ADOF5-52-2005
Basic Monthly Salary: Php 43,681.00
Place of Assignment: Administrative and Financial Services Division (Human Resources Unit, Administrative and Human Resources Section)

The Administrative Officer V works directly under the Supervising Administrative Officer for the Human Resources Unit. He/she co-manages the unit with Project Development Officer III. The individual imbibes the values and culture of the National Book Development Board. He/she is in charge of the administration of all items related to employment and human resources. The individual must have management experience of at least 5 years and the ability to create an efficient organizational system for employees.

We are looking for an individual with a strong background working in a medium to large organization handling Human Resources.

Responsibilities:
· Ensure that there is a proper Job Description and Scorecard for each position in the organization
· Continually maintain and update Human Resource Policy, Employee Manual, Customer Service Manual
· Ensure that Human resource policies and procedures are maintained, implemented and communicated
· Continually review processes and adapt to current and future trends
· Ensure that templates for employee forms are up-to-date
· In charge of compensation, assessing and providing employee benefits, training and development, safety and welfare and maintaining healthy labor practices
· Manages the preparation, distribution and management of all employee and consultant contracts
· Regularly communicate with employees matters regarding operations, updates by the National Government and other organizations etc.
· Ensure constant communications are consistent, clear and conducted in a regular manner
· Allocate responsibilities and office space
· Lead recruitment process, identify the recruitment channel taking into consideration the cost
· Manage entire employee life cycle by implementing and maintaining systems related to recruitment, on boarding, orientation case management, staff communication, exit management etc.

The individual must be able to consider both technical and human aspects of the agency and be able to see the organization as a whole as well as the various functions of each of the departments. He/she must recognize and be able to visualize the relationship of the agency to the community, to the industry, to other agencies and to the nation as a whole.

Competencies:
Must love to work with people
Positive attitude
Must communicate clearly and concisely
Must love books and Filipino culture
Problem solving ability
Strong organizational and time management skills
Ability to understand and implement Solutions-Based Planning
Ability to enforce rules and regulations
Legal knowledge on employment
Promotes efficiency and team work
Strong management skills
Actively works towards personal and team growth and development

Education: Bachelor’s Degree (Organizational Management/Behavior, Psychology, Human Resources Management, Development Management, Business Administration/Management or any related from a recognized University)

Training: At least 30 hours of supervisory/management training/learning and development intervention

Experience: At least 5 years Management Experience in Human Resources in a medium to large organization

Eligibility: Career Service Professional/Second Level Eligibility or Must Pass Career Service Examination within one year of hiring

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Administrative Officer V (Records Officer III)
Item No: NBDB-DECSB-ADOF-53-2005
Basic Monthly Salary: Php 43,681.00
Place of Assignment: Administrative and Financial Services Division

The Administrative Officer V (Records Officer III) is in-charge of the Records Unit under the Administrative and Financial Services Division. The individual imbibes the values and culture of the National Book Development Board. He/she is responsible for the overall management of official records from creation to proper disposal. The individual must have management experience of at least 5 years and must have the ability to create an efficient records management system.

We are looking for an individual with a strong background in records management working in a medium to large organization.

Responsibilities:
● Establish and maintain a central system or program for the management, preservation and disposition of records using database
● Plan and establish adequate provisions for the maintenance and safekeeping of official records
● Formulate policies and procedures in the creation of records, records keeping, retrieval and disposition
● Supervise the disposal of obsolete records upon approval of proper authorities subject to existing government rules and regulations
● Check and classify correspondence before they are released for mailing
● Authenticate copies of documents in the possession of the unit

Minimum Qualifications:

Competencies:
Must love books and Filipino culture
Positive attitude
Strong organizational and time management skills
Must communicate clearly and concisely
Problem solving ability
Ability to understand and implement Solutions-Based Planning
Ability to enforce rules and regulations
Promotes efficiency and Team Work
Strong management skills
Actively works towards personal and team growth and development

Education: Bachelor’s Degree (Library Science, Archiving, Organizational Management, Office Management/Administration, Business Management/Administration or any related courses from a recognized University)

Training: At least 30 hours of supervisory/management training/learning and development intervention

Experience: At least 5 years of experience in records management in a medium to large organization

Eligibility: Career Service Professional/Second Level Eligibility or Must Pass Career Service Examination within one year of hiring

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Project Development Officer III (Business Development Specialist) (SG 18)
Item No: NBDB-DECSB-PDO3-31-2005
Basic Monthly Salary: Php 43,681.00 PERA: Php 2,000.00
Place of Assignment: Business and Trade Development Division – Business Development Section

The Business Development Specialist must be able to actively develop business and investment in the book publishing industry. The individual is responsible for identifying opportunities for industry growth and optimizing marketing strategies. He/she must constantly establish networks and pursue partnerships and linkages for stakeholders within the publishing value chain. He/she must have a go-getter attitude and must be comfortable liaising with the public and private stakeholders both nationally and internationally to help push the Philippine publishing industry to the next level. Experience in strategic partnerships and business development is a plus.

Responsibilities:

• Analyze and help expand the book publishing industry;
• Develop a Business, Marketing, and Investment Policy for stakeholders within the
Publishing Value Chain in both government and private sectors;
• Monitor, forecast and evaluate industry revenue and plan accordingly;
• Identify opportunities and linkages in emerging and existing markets in the publishing
industry to complement the industry stakeholders;
• Perform competitor analysis;
• Develop and maintain Strategic Partnership;
• Oversee and ensure the preparation of a comprehensive Stakeholder Engagement Plan;
• Cultivate Audience Development Plan; and
• Keep an active database of the Publishing Industry Stakeholders and Partners.

Competencies:
Must be interested in books and the Philippine book industry
Must understand current business trends
Must communicate clearly and concisely
Strong Organizational and Time Management Skills
Strong Management Skills
Ability to keep track of and meet deadlines on multiple projects at the same time
Experience working with people from other countries is a plus
Strong communication and writing skills
Comfortable speaking and presenting to groups of people
Native or near native English fluency; foreign language fluency is a plus
Computer Skills

Education: Bachelor’s Degree (Business Administration/Management /Marketing Management, Financial Management, Publishing, or any related from a recognized University)

Training: At least 20 hours of supervisory/management training/learning and development intervention

Experience: At least 5 years of experience in Business Development/Marketing Management/ Publishing Industry or any related industry

Eligibility: Career Service Professional/Second Level Eligibility or Must Pass CSC Exam within one year of Hiring

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Project Development Officer III (Rights Trading Specialist) (SG 18)
Item No.: NBDB-DECSB-PDO3-43-2005
Basic Monthly Salary: Php 43,681.00 PERA: Php 2,000.00
Place of Assignment: Business and Trade Development Division – Business Development Section

The Rights Trading Specialist markets Philippine content locally and internationally. The individual must be an avid reader and is interested in promoting Philippine stories to a wider audience. He/she will develop the Rights Trading and Adaptation Program.

Responsibilities:
• Develop Rights Trading and Adaptation Program for the local and international market;
• Train Philippine content creators on creation of pitch packages;
• Connect NBDB associated manuscripts with Publishers;
• Develop and sustain long-lasting relationships with Editors, Publishers, and Authors;
• Identify literary talent;
• Request sample chapters or complete manuscripts from promising Authors;
• Read Authors’ manuscripts to determine whether they have substantial market potential;
• Respond to rejected queries by sending form letters to the respective Authors;
• Work directly with Authors to suggest necessary changes to their manuscripts and to ensure that their manuscripts are ready to be submitted to Publishers;
• Pitch together with the PDO V Authors’ manuscripts to suitable publishing houses;
• Negotiate favorable publishing deals on behalf of Authors; and
• Offer together with the Lawyer, guidance to content creators particularly copyright and contract management especially for international transactions.

Education: Bachelor’s Degree (Marketing/Sales /Business Management, Public Relations, Communications or any related from a recognized University)

Training: At least 20 hours of supervisory/management training/learning and development intervention

Experience: At least 5 years of experience in Marketing/Sales Management or Public Relations

Eligibility: Career Service Professional/Second Level Eligibility or Must Pass CSC Exam within one year of Hiring

Competencies:
Must be interested in books and the Philippine book industry
Must be a fast and wide reader
Must understand current business trends
Must have sales and marketing ability
Must communicate clearly and concisely
Strong Organizational and Time Management Skills
Strong Management Skills
Ability to keep track of and meet deadlines on multiple projects at the same time
Experience working with people from other countries is a plus
Strong communication and writing skills
Comfortable speaking and presenting to groups of people
Native or near native English fluency; foreign language fluency is a plus
Computer Skills

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Project Development Officer II (Business Development Officer) (SG 15)
Item No: NBDB-DECSB-PDO2-34-2005
Basic Monthly Salary: Php 33,575.00 PERA: Php 2,000.00
Place of Assignment: Business and Trade Development Division – Business Development Section

The Business Development Officer must be able to assist the Business Development Specialist develop business and investment in the book publishing industry. The individual must constantly establish networks and pursue partnerships and linkages for stakeholders within the publishing value chain. The individual must have a go-getter attitude and must be comfortable liaising with the public and private stakeholders through daily.

Responsibilities:

• Implement the Business, Marketing, and Investment Policy for stakeholders within the Publishing Value Chain in both government and private sectors;
• Help monitor, forecast and evaluate industry revenue and plan accordingly;
• Develop Strategic Partnership;
• Assist in the preparation of a comprehensive Stakeholder Engagement Plan;
• Assist in the preparation of Audience Development Plan; and
• Keep an active database of the Publishing Industry Stakeholders and Partners

Education: Bachelor’s Degree (Marketing/Sales /Business Management, Public Relations or any related from a recognized University)

Training: At least 10 hours of relevant training

Experience: At least 3 years of experience in Marketing/Sales Management or Public Relations

Eligibility: Career Service Professional/Second Level Eligibility or Must Pass CSC Exam within one year of Hiring

Competencies:
Must be interested in books and the Philippine book industry
Must understand current business trends
Must have sales and marketing ability
Must communicate clearly and concisely
Strong Organizational and Time Management Skills
Strong Management Skills
Ability to keep track of and meet deadlines on multiple projects at the same time
Strong communication and writing skills
Comfortable speaking and presenting to groups of people
Computer Skills

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Project Development Officer I (Business Development Assistant) (SG 11)
Item No: NBDB-DECSB-PDO1-36-2005
Basic Monthly Salary: Php 23,877.00 PERA: Php 2,000.00
Place of Assignment: Business and Trade Development Division – Business Development Section

The Business Development Assistant provides administrative work for the Business Development Section. The individual must be extremely organized and can communicate effectively. He/she must constantly establish networks and pursue partnerships and linkages for stakeholders within the publishing value chain The individual must have a go-getter attitude and must be comfortable liaising with the public and private stakeholders.

Responsibilities:

• Provide administrative support to the Business Development Section;
• Help monitor, forecast and evaluate industry revenue and plan accordingly with the Section;
• Help in the Strategic Partnership Development;
• Ensure that all processes are streamlined and paperwork is in order;
• Keep an active database of the Publishing Industry Stakeholders and Partners;
• Provides administrative support to the division such as word processing/spreadsheet services; collects, reviews & screens data, and prepares reports, charts, and other presentation materials;
• Set appointments for meetings, seminars, talks, events and other similar activities in an organized manner, ensuring that no overlapping engagements take place;
• Draft letters, invitations, and memoranda and efficiently route correspondences;
• Develop an effective filing, recording, and cataloging of reports, materials and communications of the office;
• Assist in preparing presentation materials, when necessary; and
• Responds to routine inquiries or routes correspondence, documents from internal or external sources.

Education: Bachelor’s Degree (Any related field)

Training: At least 5 hours of relevant training

Experience: At least 2 years of experience in administrative or similar field

Eligibility: Career Service Professional/Second Level Eligibility or Must Pass CSC Exam within one year

Competencies:
Must be interested in books and the Philippine book industry
Must communicate clearly and concisely
Strong Organizational and Time Management Skills
Ability to keep track of and meet deadlines on multiple projects at a time
Strong communication and writing skills
Computer Skills

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Administrative Assistant III (SG 09)
Item No: NBDB-DECSB-ADAS3-27-2005
Basic Monthly Salary: Php19,593.00 PERA: Php 2,000.00
Place of Assignment: Business and Trade Development Division

The Administrative Assistant provides administrative work for the section. He/she must be extremely organized and can communicate effectively. The individual must have a go-getter attitude and must be comfortable liaising with the public and private stakeholders.

Responsibilities:
• Provides administrative support to the division such as word processing/spreadsheet services; collects, reviews & screens data, and prepares reports, charts, and other presentation materials;
• Set appointments for meetings, seminars, talks, events and other similar activities in an organized manner, ensuring that no overlapping engagements take place;
• Draft letters, invitations, and memoranda and efficiently route correspondences;
• Develop an effective filing, recording, and cataloging of reports, materials and communications of the office;
• Assist in preparing presentation materials, when necessary;
• Responds to routine inquiries or routes correspondence, documents from internal or external sources;
• Coordinate schedules of meetings and/or other official activities/events;
• Assist in taking minutes of the meeting and other similar documentation procedures, as may be directed; and
• Perform other related tasks as may be assigned from time to time.

Education: Completion of at least two-year studies in college

Training: At least 5 hours of relevant training

Experience: At least 1 year of experience in administrative or similar field

Eligibility: Career Service Sub-Professional/First Level Eligibility or Must Pass CSC Exam within one year

Competencies:
Must be interested in books and the Philippine book industry
Strong Organizational and Time Management Skills
Ability to keep track of and meet deadlines on multiple projects at the time
Computer Skills

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Project Development Officer III (Incentive Specialist) (SG 18)
Item No.: NBDB-DECSB-PDO3-44-2005
Basic Monthly Salary: Php 43,681.00 PERA: Php 2,000.00
Place of Assignment: Business and Trade Development Division – Registrations Section

The Incentive Specialist assumes primary responsibility for TADFI, EO 226 and other business, fiscal and non-fiscal incentives processing of applications. The individual is responsible for identifying new and expanding incentive opportunities for industry growth and optimizing business strategies. He/she must constantly establish networks and pursue partnerships and linkages for stakeholders within the publishing value chain.

Responsibilities:
• Assume primary account responsibility for individual TADFI and EO 226 accounts, ensuring compliance with transaction documents, covenants and reporting requirements, applicable policies and procedures and development effectiveness reporting;
• Raise key issues and apply proper risk management in the TADFI and EO 226 applications;
• Provide project administration staff with guidance and functional support to ensure timely implementation and performance reporting to the Department of Finance for TADFI applications and the BOI for the EO 226;
• Prepare, compute, review or validate submitted reports from applicants submitted by project administration staff;
• Facilitate or lead active relationships with commercial printers and other publishing companies in the region and beyond; and
• Does other related tasks that may be assigned from time to time.

Education: Bachelor’s degree relevant to the job

Training: 8 hours of relevant training

Experience: 2 years of relevant experience

Eligibility: Career Service Professional/Second Level Eligibility

Competencies:
Must be interested in books and the Philippine book industry
Must understand current business trends
Must have good mathematical and analysis skills
Must communicate clearly and concisely
Strong Organizational and Time Management Skills
Strong Management Skills
Ability to keep track of and meet deadlines on multiple projects at a time
Strong communication and writing skills
Comfortable speaking and presenting to groups of people
Native or near native English fluency; foreign language is a plus
Computer Skills

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Project Development Officer I (Registration Officer) (SG 11)
Item No: NBDB-DECSB-PDO1-35-2005
Basic Monthly Salary: Php 23,877.00 PERA: Php 2,000.00
Place of Assignment: Business and Trade Development Division (Registrations Section)

The Registration Officer evaluates applications for registration and accreditation.

Responsibilities:
• Evaluate applications for registration for completeness;
• Prepare, document and mail the Certificate of Registration to registrants;
• Perform a record inventory of all physical and electronic records;
• Establish a standardized record classification system;
• Communicate registration records and procedures to other divisions or agency;
• Coordinate the transfer of records to the Records Section for semi-active storage and disposition;
• Perform other functions that maybe assigned from time to time;
• Develop an effective filing, recording, and cataloging of reports, materials and communications of the office;
• Assist in preparing presentation materials, when necessary; and
• Responds to routine inquiries or routes correspondence, documents from internal or external sources.

Education: Bachelor’s Degree (Any related field)

Training: At least 5 hours of relevant training

Experience: At least 2 years of experience in administrative or similar field

Eligibility: Career Service Professional/Second Level Eligibility or Must Pass CSC Exam within one year

Competencies:
Must be interested in books and the Philippine book industry
Must communicate clearly and concisely
Strong Organizational and Time Management Skills
Ability to keep track of and meet deadlines on multiple projects at the same time
Strong communication and writing skills
Computer Skills

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Administrative Aide IV (SG 04)
Item No: NBDB-DECSB-ADA4-29-2005
Basic Monthly Salary: Php14,400 .00 PERA: Php 2,000.00
Place of Assignment: Business and Trade Development Division

The Administrative Aide provides administrative work for the section. The individual must be extremely organized and can communicate effectively. He/she must have a go-getter attitude and must be comfortable liaising with the public and private stakeholders.

Responsibilities:
• Receives and logs incoming communications;
• Delivers documents/communications to different offices;
• Assists in the management of records;
• Reproduces information materials and other official communications;
• Transmits through fax and/or email memos, letters and other important documents to private and public stakeholders;
• Assists in encoding office communication;
• Receives/place calls; and
• Performs other related tasks as may be assigned.
Education: Completion of at least two-year studies in college

Training: At least 5 hours of relevant training

Experience: At least 1 year of experience in administrative or similar field

Eligibility: Career Service Sub-Professional/First Level Eligibility or Must Pass CSC Exam within one year

Competencies:
Must be interested in books and the Philippine book industry
Strong Organizational and Time Management Skills
Ability to keep track of and meet deadlines on multiple projects at the time
Computer Skills

Do you have what it takes?

Interested and qualified applicants should signify their interest in writing. Attach the following documents to the application letter and send to the address below not later than October 14, 2021.

1. Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with recent passport-sized picture (CS Form No. 212, Revised 2017) which can be downloaded at www.csc.gov.ph;
2. Performance rating in the last rating period (if applicable);
3. Photocopy of certificate of eligibility/rating/license; and
4. Photocopy of Transcript of Records.

QUALIFIED APPLICANTS are advised to hand in or send through courier/email their application to:

CHARISSE AQUINO-TUGADE
Executive Director III
3F/4 Regalado Hive Bldg.
Regalado Ave., Fairview
Quezon City
recruitment@nbdb.gov.ph