Salary Grade: 24
Item Numbers: PHILSAB-CSRS-13-2020
Division: Spacecraft Mechanical and Autonomous Systems Development Division

Minimum Qualification Standards:
Education: Master’s Degree or Certificate in Leadership and Management from the CSC
Experience: 4 years of supervisory/ management experience
Training: 40 hours of supervisory/management training/learning development intervention
Eligibility: Career Service Professional / Second Level Eligibility

Duties and Responsibilities:

1) Under the direction, serve as the Division Chief for the Spacecraft Mechanical and Autonomous Systems Development and lead the formulation of plans and targets of the Division in accordance to the programs and functions of the Bureau;

2) Manage and monitor the implementation of the programs and activities of the Division;

3) Review and assess the strategies of the Division to reflect the Agency’s objectives and priorities;

4) Implement mechanisms to evaluate and improve on the quality of work done within the Division;

5) Lead the mechanical and manufacturing activities for spacecraft systems in coordination with all other Divisions under the Bureau;

6) Manage and administer the finances of the Division;

7) Collaborate with stakeholders, especially the industries, in localizing and commercializing technologies in coordination with respective offices under the Space Industry and Strategic Business Development Bureau;

8) Report to the Bureau Director all the accomplishments and progress of the Division;

9) Provide management support to the Bureau Director for matters concerning spacecrafts and space systems and its contribution to attainment of the Agency’s six key development areas;

10)Contribute in laying down of policies and programs for space R&D and its practical applications; and

11)Perform other duties of a regular or special nature as may be assigned from time to time

Applicants who have relevant background/experience will be preferred.

Educational Background:

Doctorate/Master’s degree in Engineering or Sciences such as Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and other allied fields