The Autism Society Philippines (ASP) is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to the well-being of persons on the autism spectrum disorder. We envision a society where Filipinos on the spectrum become the best of their potentials -- self-reliant, independent, productive, socially-accepted citizens of an Autism-OK Philippines.

03 January 2017

Are you ASP's Next Program Manager?

The image shows a group of ASP Chapter Leaders.
Program Managers support
ASP's servant leaders in our advocacy.
The Autism Society Philippines is looking for a mature, organized and communicative leader, experienced in project management, PWD community development and donor liaison. Graduate degree a plus. We are looking for experienced individuals -- recent graduates need not apply.

Please send a letter or introduction and a one-page resume to and help us build an Autism-OK Philippines!

Job Description

1. Responsibilities

1.1 Manages the operations of the National Office, ensuring the effective and efficient implementation of plans, programs and policies of ASP
1.2 Responsible for ensuring ASPs visibility with government agencies, socio-civic organizations and media
1.3 Responsible for proactively seeking grants for ASP programs, developing relationships with grant-giving agencies and training chapters to be fiscally independent
1.4 Works with private corporations on the developing corporate social responsibility activities that can benefit ASP
1.5 Audits the utility of society resources -- monies, equipment and personnel.
1.6 Responsible for monitoring execution of strategic plan through target setting and monitoring -- including chapter health management and program execution
1.7 Reports to the ASP National President and provides monthly operational summary to the Board of Trustees

2. Desired Skills and Experience

2.1 Relevant work experience in executive NGO management including responsibility for budget oversight, board relations and strategic planning
2.2 Expertise in the execution of programs benefitting the disabled community at the grassroots level
2.3 Has the passion to advocate for individuals with autism and their families
2.4 Strong leadership and management skills
2.5 Excellent communication and computer skills
2.6 Excellent in networking and building partnerships; able to represent the organization in various government
2.7 Monitors the activities of committees, task forces and chapters; and provides guidance, resources and assistance, as needed
2.8 Willing to be based in Quezon City and to travel to other areas as needed

3. Job Banding

3.1 New hire: Program Manager
3.2 Junior: Executive Director
3.3 Senior: Senior Executive Director


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