The Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) is set to fill up a vacant position under Service Contract.

The MGB Central Office in North Avenue, Quezon City, is looking for one (1) Information Officer II – Communications Officer, to work under the supervision of the Chief, Mineral Economics, Information and Publications Division (MEIPD).

The Information Officer II – Communications Officer is expected to:

  • Gather relevant information and reports on mining and package these as printed IEC materials for mass dissemination;
  • Develop frequently asked questions (FAQs) and other appropriate forms of IEC materials;
  • Prepare press kits, papers, and other materials for dissemination to mass media such as press releases, press statements, briefers, MGB articles, etc.;
  • Provide technical and logistical support in the production and management of the #BeResponsible campaign of the MGB;
  • Provide documentation reports of Fora and Meetings; and
  • Perform such other tasks relevant to MGB’s public information and advocacy programs, as may be assigned by the supervisor.


  • Bachelor’s degree preferably in any of the following: Communication, Journalism, Multimedia Arts, Development Studies or other related courses;
  • At least with relevant experience on media/information materials development, or events management;
  • Has sufficient knowledge in proofreading, copyreading and headline writing;
  • Must commit to report to work regularly;
  • Excellent writing skills;
  • Proficient in written English;
  • Strong commitment to deliver excellent results on time;
  • Above average computer skills in MS Office applications; and
  • Can work independently and with minimum supervision.

Monthly salary will be Php27,565.000.

Qualified applicants may contact 02-928 8310 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further inquiries.

Deadline for the submission of applications will be on February 15,  2019.

By: Mineral Economics, Information and Publications Division