Apr 22

Job Posting for Finance Officer

INAM PHILIPPINES, a non-stock, non-profit health NGO, with a mission of actively promoting Philippine Integrative Medicine through training and equitable integrated health services among marginalized communities and vulnerable sectors towards the evolution of sustainable health care systems, is looking for a Finance Officer.

Tasks and Responsibilities of the Finance Officer:

1. Records and monitors all financial transactions of the organization

2. Prepares the following monthly reports and directly submits to the Executive Director:

a. Financial reports and statements (organization and per approved project)

b. Financial ratios and performance analyses

c. Bank reconciliation report

3. Ensures that the following Books of Accounts are updated on a monthly basis:

a. General Ledger

b. General Journal Book

c. Cash Receipts Book

d. Cash Disbursements Book

4. Timely registration of the above Books of Accounts at the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) Revenue District             Office #39

5. Timely Submission of Finance Information Sheet (FIS) at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

6. Ensures implementation of finance policies, procedures and system of controls

7. Ensures compliance in the monthly submission of payment and reports to government agencies i.e., SSS,                 PhilHealth, Pag-Ibig, BIR, etc.

8. Approves cash advances, payroll, reimbursements and liquidation reports

9. Receives and verifies donations from the services rendered by the Integrated Health Service and Advocacy             Research and Training Departments

10. In coordination with the Administrative Officer and Executive Director, ensures safekeeping of bank accounts of       INAM and other financial investment instruments

11. Prepares budgets for activities and programs of the organization in consultation with the Executive Director and       Department Heads

12. Attends to bank and other finance related transactions of the organization

13. Accurate payment of Payroll and Benefits of the staff

14. Prepares all pertinent financial documents for external audit process based on the schedule stated in the                 Finance Policies and Procedures Manual

15. Attends to all legal-financial obligations of the organization (tax payments, other  legal requirements)

16. In consultation with the Executive Director and Department Heads, initiates and/ or recommends sustainability         efforts or plan for the organization (i.e  fund-raising activities or other business enterprising activities)

17. Assists the Administrative Officer in the costing of INAM’s products and services for proper marketing and                 sustainability of programs

18. Maintains a centralized filing system for pertinent records and files of the finance unit

Qualifications:

1. Graduate of Accounting or Business Administration or business related field

2. Knowledgeable in generally accepted accounting principles

3. Skilled in computerized accounting program – preferably quick books

4. Skilled in bookkeeping, fund accounting, payables, receivables

5. Skilled in preparation of financial statements and reports

6. Administration of employee benefits

7. With understanding of relevant legal legislations, regulations and procedures

8. Respectful, honest and trustworthy

9. Have satisfactory communication skills (both written and oral)

10. Able to manage conflicts related to finance

11. Able to work in a team and with excellent people skills

Requirements:

Please email application letter expressing interest in the position addressed to INAM Philippines c/o

Ms. Teudelinda Paduada (inamphilippines@gmail.com) on or before 30 April 2015 together with:

  • mobile phone and/or landline contact numbers
  • resume / curriculum vitae
  • two (2) character references

Note: Applications will be acknowledged, but only shortlisted candidates will be notified of the outcome

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Apr 15

IPs from Different Parts of the Globe: Changing Health Care Delivery System

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Rosa is a member of an IP community. Used to their traditional ways of healing, lack of financial resources, and fear of being discriminated prevents her and her family members from availing the services of the community health center. This, however, gradually changed when the Municipal Health Office in their town approached their village elders and informed them that health service access and delivery can be in their hands. They were gathered for a meeting, then invited to attend training on health and taught how to make survey forms to know the health conditions of the community, then further trainings analyzing the survey forms, and soon making their own community health program. Not long, Rosa became one of the Community Health Workers (CHWs) receiving and also sharing health services to her family and other IPs in their area. Now she’s also training other volunteers to become CHWs and is engaged in the community health financing scheme where each family contributes one peso a day for use by any of the member families in case of sickness. She feels empowered to receive and provide health services and to advocate for health for all IPs.

This is just one of the many similar stories shared at the recent international workshop on Empowerment of Peoples through Community Participation for Sustainable Local Health System: The Case of Tanay, Rizal, Philippines.

“The IP situation in Tanay maybe unique but the needs to address the health concern of the IPs is universal,” said Mayor Rafael Tanjuatco of Tanay. The International Workshop focused on the sharing of the Municipality of Tanay and other countries’ experiences on community empowerment, especially the IPs, in taking charge of and bringing health care services to the people.

Focusing on the use of alternative medicine and recognizing the values of traditional herbal plants, Governor Rebecca Ynares of Rizal Province said that “the time has never been better and the reasons never greater for giving traditional medicine its proper place in addressing the many ills of the modern and traditional societies, including the IPs. It is only when there is recognition of indigenous resources as priority areas for development that the empowerment of the IPs will be attained.”

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Jan 27

INAM’s Schedule of T.C.M. Acupuncture Trainings for 2015

final-2015-tcm-trainingFor those who are interested in learning Traditional Chinese Medicine (T.C.M.) Acupuncture for personal knowledge or for professional practice in a healthcare setting, INAM is now accepting reservations for both Introductory and Modular courses.

Contact Theody Paduada or Lito Halili at the INAM office (Tuesdays thru Saturdays, 9am – 5pm) at 9263356

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Dec 19

2015 T.C.M. Acupuncture Trainings

Watch out for the complete schedule of INAM Philippines’ TCM Acupuncture Trainings, from the Introductory courses to the Modular courses for health and non-health professionals.

In the meantime, check out the schedule of the Introduction to T.C.M. Acupuncture for Pain Management which starts first week of January 2015.
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Jun 24

On its 30th year, INAM Philippines launches training courses for the poor, vulnerable sectors

 

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Jun 21

Haiyan Recovery Update: Healers on a Mission

Rene Navarro, INAM consultant and visiting professor, shares his experience after visiting Tacloban last February, together with a team of INAM staff/acupuncturists and a yoga teacher/raw food chef and volunteer. This article appeared on Positively Filipino last March 4, 2014.

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The geographic trajectory of my recent journey to Leyte and Samar in Central Philippines is easy to follow: a flight on Sunday February 2 from Manila took us south to Tacloban City, Leyte, one of the most devastated areas in the country. From the Tacloban airport, we took a rental van to Guiuan, a town in Eastern Samar.

It was a three-hour journey through beautiful but desolate landscape, the sea and islands to the right, mountains to the left, and coconut trees that had lost their fruits and leaves dotting the scene. The last hour of the trip at sunset was over cratered roads, a white-knuckle route made scarier by a race-car wannabe for a driver, tricycles (motorbikes with a sidecar, which are called tuktuk in Thailand and cyclo in Vietnam), and chickens, dogs and people crossing our path in the darkness.

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Jun 21

INAM Philippines bringing alternative healing to Yolanda victims

Early in February, a team of six healers from INAM visited Guiuan in Samar and Tacloban in Leyte to bring healing to the people hardest hit by one of the world’s strongest typhoon, Yolanda (Haiyan).

First stop was at Guiuan where Rene Navarro, world-renowned teacher of Traditional Yang Tai Chi Chuan, Qigong, Meditation, and Chi Nei Tsang, among others, guided barangay health workers (BHW) on INAM Dao Ren Terapi for psychosocial healing.

The INAM Dao Ren Terapi includes six healing modalities that the BHWs can easily learn and share to their communities. Among the healing modalities are:

(1) Jing Well exercise (Wirik-Wirik in Waray) used to awaken the jing well points at the tip of the fingers. This aids flow of the blood and also helps the practitioner to ‘let go’.

INAM Dao Ren Terapi

Jing Well exercise

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May 20

INAM holds Modular Trainings for Other Health and Non-health Professionals

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May 06

2014 Schedule for TCM Acupuncture Trainings

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INAM Philippines announces its schedule of Introductory and Modular courses on TCM Acupuncture. Individual course details can be viewed by clicking on each course title.

P500 reservation fee for all courses.

INTRODUCTORY COURSES

TCM Acupuncture for Pain Management

TCM Acupuncture for Common Community Diseases

Introduction to Ear Acupuncture

MODULAR COURSES

For Health Professionals

TCM Pattern Differentiation for Common Community Diseases and Pain Conditions

Module 3

Module 4

Module 5

 

 

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Oct 03

INAM Philippines secures MDRT Grant

Alice M. Parlan, of Makati City, Philippines, secured a $ 1,000 grant from the MDRT Foundation on behalf of Integrative Medicine for Alternative Healthcare Systems (INAM) Philippines. Ms. Parlan, a two-year MDRT member, is an active supporter of INAM and nominated and endorsed the grant application. INAM is a non-profit organization actively participating in the development, enhancement and propagation of Philippine Integrative Medicine responsive to the peoples’ needs. The MDRT Foundation grant will support the Integrated Health Service program of the organization.

Representing the MDRT Foundation, Ms. Alice Parlan presented the grant to INAM on the organization’s 27th year Anniversary last September 8, 2011. Receiving the grant are Sr. Dulce Corazon Velasco (INAM Board of Trustees Vice President), Ma. Cristina C. Parungao (INAM Executive Director) and Anicia O. Sollestre (Department Head, Integrated Health Service Department).

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