Head of Marketing | C-Level

9 Feb

A fast-paced, $1.5-billion global mobile app company, whose product is already being used in dozens of countries, is looking for a very experienced person capable of creating, enhancing and owning the entire marketing strategy in the Philippines.


More than 8 years experience defining and implementing successful marketing strategies in fast-paced consumer environments;

Stellar track record in Brand marketing and marketing innovation;

● Demonstrated experience in growth marketing across acquisitions, same-store growth and field marketing;

Strong understanding of the Philippine consumer and media landscapes;

Excellent analytical, communication and persuasion skills at executive level;

The right attitude: drive, flexibility, energy and ability to work in a matrix organisation in an ambiguous, relentless and fun environment.


● Define and execute the marketing strategy for the Philippines in sync with regional requirements;

● Design, implement and track end-to-end acquisition, engagement, retention and reputation marketing initiatives for the region;

● Champion user needs to appropriately position the Company proposition in your markets based on rigorous insights;

● Launch innovative and fully integrated marketing initiatives across digital, social, offline, BTL and Comms;

● Set the true north for creative and branding excellence across the Philippines;

● Be the country’s General Manager’s trusted advisor on all facets of the Company’s marketing strategy and plan/execute seamlessly in sync with product, operations, PR and policy teams at the local and regional level;

● Build and grow a world-class marketing team.


● JOBSBYRAFFY has been tasked to help out;

This has a high-level compensation package, at the C-level range. Hiring the head marketing honcho for a fast-paced, $1.5-billion global mobile app company does not come cheap;

● JOBSBYRAFFY cannot and will not reveal the name of the company until your credentials have been assessed and you begin your first meet-and-greet. Trust us, you won’t regret it! If you’re up to the challenge, that is;

● You need to go to www.facebook.com/jobsbyraffy, CLICK SEND MESSAGE and attach your CV/resume, if you’re interested;

● If you think people like your friends, colleagues and relatives fit the bill, do SHARE this piece of good news to them.


It’s All in the Mind: 3 Long- term Confidence Boosters to Equip you for that Interview

25 May

Check out the job openings at Infor Manila.

Having fits of nervousness is something all too familiar to us. Be it getting up on stage to talk to a crowd of people or just walking into the interview hall with the HR head staring at you from the other end of the room. Even seasoned public speakers still have their shaky moments right before a big speech.

Where does this lack of confidence come from?

We are born of confidence. Remember when you were a kid, you couldn’t care less if you dance around in your underwear or belt out a Whitney Houston song even if you were completely out of tune. When we were younger, we are not plagued by previous mistakes or reminded of our past failures.

As we grow older, we carry this bag of second-guessing. We gain doubts as we progress. This in return, could have fatal repercussions to us, especially when subjected to high-pressure situations such as a job interview.

Other than the demands we set for ourselves, another factor that contributes to self-doubt is the phenomenon called Fresh Graduate Anxiety. Feeling incompetent, fresh graduates tend to sell themselves short in hopes to make up for their lack of experience and skills. Humility is a great trait; however the excess of it gives off a negative impression on the interviewee.

The 4-minute Window

It takes 7 seconds to make a first impression. For an interviewer to make a final decision about the applicant, four minutes. You might wonder how can it be possible for them to decide in that short span of time? Remember, your resume already did the its job of giving them a snippet of you—your employment background, affiliations, skills and even your hobbies.

In an interview, they are no longer interested in hearing that. Their evaluation will now rely on how you carry yourself, how you speak and look, the way you greeted the interviewer. All these point back to your level of self-confidence.

Lucky for you, self-confidence can be grown from trees. Here’s how:

“I am the best but I am not” paradox

We may rely on cues from the society to validate ourselves. We look from others to establish who we are and appraise our achievements. As cliché as it may sound, no one can tell that you’re not good enough except yourself.

Try this exercise, every morning right after you wake up, tell yourself that you are the best. You may feel a little weird at first, but this repetitive action will soon diminish your doubts and lead you to believe that, yes, I am good enough and no one dictate what I can and cannot do.

But just like any other things, this must be done in balance. This is where the paradox comes in—you are good, you are fit for the job, but you are not perfect.

This can be applied not only in job interviews but on your perception in life: you can never be the best if you are not constantly learning and changing yourself. Remember the Buddhist teaching, “You cannot fill a cup that is already full”. So while you fill yourself up with confidence, leave a hole at the bottom to drain out mistakes, and make space for new ideas.

Know the “Power Pose”

The basic premise of the power pose is that the more space you take in, the more “powerful” the posture is. An example of this may be raising your elbows, fists clenched behind your head and your legs resting on top of a desk; another would be standing up, feet astride with your hands on your hips.

This may look very rude and intimidating to others, but studies show that in effect, the “power pose” increases testosterone levels—a hormone linked to power and dominance; and cortisol, the hormone that controls our stress levels. Another study by Amy Cuddy and her colleagues from Harvard Business School claimed that students who spent time, two minutes to be exact, in power pose before an interview performed better and gave striking speeches.

Action Speaks Louder than Words

If someone talks to you and cannot look straight into your eyes, or is constantly fiddling with something, wouldn’t you feel a little suspicious? He might be hiding something, or worse, lying about it. Now let us reverse the roles, you walk in with your shoulders slouched, chin tucked in and arms around your body—what would the interviewers think?

The interview does not begin the moment you shake hands with your interviewer, it starts soon as you walk in. The way you walk, carry yourself in an air of confidence, your smile, where and how your eyes are fixated—they all say a lot more about yourself than you can put into words.

People also tend to forget that during an interview, it is humans they are talking to and not robots. Be it a phone, video call, or a personal interview, there is a human on the other side and with this, connecting with them goes a long way.

You are engaging in a conversation thus you should also make them feel that you are interested. Crossing your arms or legs is a closed body language that shows disinterest. Instead, you could lean forward, angle your torso towards the person and maintain direct eye contact. Nodding and tilting your head is also a nonverbal way of participating.

You are the Primary cause of everything. British psychologist, Richard Wiseman calls this the “As If” principle —if you act as if you were calm, confident and happy then it’s likely that you will actually start to feel calm, confident and happy.

The mind is much more powerful than we perceive. More than it controls our actions, it can alter our mood, perception of ourselves and our ability to do things. It then turns into a vicious cycle: our body language affects our body chemistry which then affects how we carry ourselves, our level of comfort and confidence.

In the end, it all boils down on how you see yourself. If you think you’re small and incompetent, your body and the people around you will pick up on that and believe it, however if you think you are capable then you will be.

Quoting Franklin D. Roosevelt, “Men and women are not prisoners of fate, but only prisoners of their own mind.”

So how do gain confidence? Easy, start believing that you already are.

Now that you’re ready for your job interview,
check out the
job openings at Infor Manila.

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Graphics Artists

2 Oct


Company: http://www.ugecorp.com

• Fine Arts Graduate
• Experience in brochure layouting is an advantage
• Knowledge in the use of Indesign Photoshop

For those interested to apply, please contact Mr. Lester Orpilla at 531-8888, or Kiko at 751-3350 or 0917-577-2456 and 0917-856-0473.

Do You Want to Party While Being Recruited?

25 Jul

Online job portal, jobsDB Philippines, pioneers another innovation in the recruitment industry with HIRED – the jobsDB Recruitment Party! HIRED aims to provide job seekers with job opportunities in the BPO/Call center industry; one of the country’s fastest growing and highest-paying employment sectors.

Oliver C. Ramos, Marketing Manager of jobsDB Philippines, adds that HIRED is the first of its kind in Philippines.

“Our goal is to take the recruitment process in the country to a whole new level and HIRED is but the first of many other events we have in mind to do just that. In the past, job seekers would have to wait until after they receive their first salary to celebrate being hired, now, we want them to celebrate right away!”

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Social Media News Producers

7 May

GMA News is looking for young, internet-savvy journalists to manage our social media properties.

Duties include:

  • Pushing news content on GMA News’ Twitter, Facebook, and other social media accounts
  • Monitoring and analyzing data and crafting strategies for GMA News’ social media properties
  • Assisting GMA News and Public Affairs personalities in managing their social media presence
  • Monitoring breaking news on social media and pitching them to TV news desk and GMA News Online
  • Maintaining an editorial calendar


  • Excellent writing skills in English and Filipino
  • Experience in news gathering and news writing
  • Familiar with the latest trends in online journalism, social media, and user-generated content
  • Team player and a people person
  • Willing to work on a regular schedule and do the graveyard shift at the GMA Network Center in Quezon City
  • Believes in “Think before you click”

How to apply:

  • Email your resume, one (1) writing sample in English, and one (1) writing sample in Filipino to Mr. Ederic Eder, Social Media Manager for News, GMA News and Public Affairs at epeder@gmanetwork.com
  • Please write the subject of your email as such: APPLICATION OF (YOUR NAME) FOR SOCIAL MEDIA NEWS PRODUCER.
  • Please include a cover letter in text of the email.

Source: GMA News Facebook Page.

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