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- Quality Assurance Assessment on Department of Interior and Local Government project especially implemented by the Local Chief Executive is challenging. - To capacitate the LGU is the hardest part. - I enjoyed most because of travelling opportunity.
Jobs are more on Contract Service. Excellent when it comes to salary and other benefits such as medical, dental and SSS.
Colleagues are friendly and willing to help one another. There are online seminars provided by the company and members always contribute different ways and techniques to improve the monitoring and evaluation of the projects.
The salary and other benefits are excellent.
No overtime fee, bonus and additional fees during holidays (if you work on that particular day)
- Typical work with timelines and schedules. - I've learned how to deal with different kinds of people. - The Management is great, provides assistance to regional teams when needed. - Workplace in regional areas were so good and fun. - All parts of the job is hard but there is a cooperation within the team that makes the job easy. - The most enjoyable part is when the job is done.
Lack of Stability of Tenure for Staff, Project Based.
Working with UNDP is very uplifting because you work with the grassroots, personally it makes me grounded...professionally it made me more knowledgeable in terms of my field as a water supply engineer...you work with people from all walks of life ..and made me understand people empowerment..project management with different stakeholders.It enchance my capabiltiy to resolve field issues concerning project implementation at the community level. Project implementation with different stakeholders is very complicated especially if you are dealing with politicians as they always want to implement the project with their own political interests but it is also very challenging because you have to use your communication skills to let them know the right way to implement projects which in accordance with the governing laws and limitations. UNDP management is very pro employee, they always see to it that their employees are safe and well compensated. The hardest part of my jod in UNDP is when you are trying to implement the project with a lot of restrictions like procurement which sometime can hinder the progress of the project implementation. The most enjoyable part of the job is that you were able to complete the project implementation in accordance to approved timelines even if there are problems but have some lessons learned.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is a development organization that involves programmes on environment, energy, peace, resilience, democratic governance and poverty. It supports the government in implementing the sustainable development goals which aims to provide gender equality, eradicate poverty, education, health, women empowerment and good governance.
good exposure to development work
the company last attend was very good to me . because the company has place for leisure activities if has day off for the employee. and the management was good.
i enjoyed helping the typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda Survivors with the implementation of development projects
I enjoyed most of the job implementation from the coordination with the different Humanitarian Organizations, Provincial, City and Barangay local government units, I learned to make activity designs for project implementation. I learned to adjust to the different cultures of my colleagues both foreign and local, The hardest part of the job was to exactly know how much funding is available for the project implementation and the procurement process which takes a long time for the processing.
The daily subsidy allowance when we travel and have overnight missions
The procurement process which takes a long period to be actuaize.
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