JOB SUMMARY: Provide technical and logistical support for the implementation of the DA-BAR Financial Viability and Profitability Analysis of Agricultural Technologies and Enterprises.
SCOPE OF WORK:
To collect technical and financial data needed to the conduct of financial and profitability analysis of selected technologies and enterprises;
To conduct computer-based financial and profitability analysis of selected technologies and enterprises and interpret the financial results;
To assist in the reproduction of training materials and in the provision of logistical support during the conduct of the SEARCA training programs; and
To attend SEARCA Research Team meetings.
A graduate of a 4-year degree course in Agriculture, Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness, Business Management, or related fields.
With two (2) years relevant work experience, preferably in a similar capacity.
Basic skills and knowledge
Above average organizational, monitoring, and coordination skills and ability to focus on multiple tasks at the same time;
Able to work effectively individually and with a team and under a multi-cultural environment;
Good writing and information processing skills;
Good working knowledge of computer software applications (word processing, presentation, spreadsheets, database, search engines).
Innovativeness: seeks smart and creative solutions to emerging challenges
Flexibility/Adaptability to Change: works effectively with a variety of situations and adapt one’s thinking, behavior, and style appropriately in dealing with change. Adapting to different ways of thinking and doing things in a quick and a positive manner
Professionalism: exemplifies high standards of professional behavior adhering to ethical as well as moral principles, values and standards of SEARCA
Effective Communication: conveys organized thoughts, listens diligently, and engages in formal or informal conversation or writing that is easily and clearly understood by the receiver or audience to acquire or relay information, and motivate people or change behavior
Team orientation: builds, develops and utilizes collaborative relationships to facilitate the accomplishment of the Center’s goals
Service orientation: anticipates and determines internal and external stakeholder’s needs and provide timely and relevant assistance
Attention to Detail: reports and records accurate information, spot errors in documents and other forms of written communication, and notices quality issues on various work projects
Problem Solving and Decision Making: addresses issues and concerns with decisive action based on a systematic process of problem analysis and solution-seeking
Program Planning and Development: identifies, prioritizes, and develops programs in support of the Center’s thrusts
Program Implementation and Management: leads, coordinates, manages, programs according to plans and the Center’s standards.
Monitoring and Evaluation: monitors and evaluates programs to ensure achievement of objectives
Highly innovative in developing core program-related projects and schemes.
Networking and Partnership Building: establishes and maintains networks and partnerships with foreign and local institutions and seek the support of people who can contribute to the achievement of goals
Knowledge/Learning Events Organizing: develops, designs, plans, and implements knowledge/learning events that articulate the Center’s thrusts