We are hiring- Systematic Disclosure Assistant (IT)

Job description

  • Assist in the management and maintenance of PH-EITI databases, online portals, and systems for data disclosures:
  • Propose enhancements and mechanisms for integration
  • Assist in implementing updates based on stakeholder feedback
  • Review diagnostics and assess the functionality and efficiency of systems and tools
  • Liaise with the Central Management Information Office (CMIO), the information technology arm of the Department of Finance (DOF)
  • Help ensure that EITI data, databases, and online portals adhere to PH-EITI’s Open Data Policy
  • Research and evaluate emerging technologies, hardware, and software
  • Troubleshoot IT-related concerns and issues of the office
  • Under job order status with salary grade 18 amounting to Php48,764.40 inclusive of 20 percent monthly premium


  • Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology or Computer Science, or any related field, with at least two years of experience in coding, programming, and web development (experience in both back-end and UI design is an advantage)
  • In depth understanding of diverse computer systems and networks
  • Good knowledge of internet security and data privacy principles
  • Experience in and knowledge of PHP/Laravel, Javascript, and Node JS
  • Good written and oral communication skills
  • Detail-oriented
  • Team player
  • Excellent diagnostic and problem solving skills
  • A knack in graphic design is a plus

Status of engagement: Job Order

Contract duration: May – December 2022 (subject for renewal every 6 months)

Monthly salary: Php 42,127.20

Send in your application to pheiti@dof.gov.ph on or before April 29, 2022


About the Philippine Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (PH-EITI)

The Philippine Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (PH-EITI) is a government-led multi-stakeholder initiative implementing the EITI, the global standard for the open, accountable, and good governance of oil, gas, and mineral resources. The PH-EITI was created through EO No. 147, s. of 2013 pursuant to Section 14 of EO No. 79, s. of 2012. It is governed by the Multi-stakeholder Group (MSG), which sets the terms and direction of EITI implementation in the Philippines. The MSG is chaired by the Department of Finance, and composed of representatives from government, industry, and civil society. 

To provide technical and administrative support to the MSG in discharging its mandates and functions, a National Secretariat headed by a national coordinator is retained at the Department of Finance.

The PH-EITI primarily works to:

  • Meet the requirements of the EITI Standard;
  • Show the direct and indirect contribution of extractives to national development;
  • Enable public access to verified and reconciled data on mining, oil, gas, and coal industries;
  • Inform research, revenue forecasts, economic outlook projections, and policy recommendations towards better resource governance and revenue or wealth management;
  • Provide a safe space for participatory governance, public debate, and constructive engagement in the extractives.