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Welcome to the SROFG Web Site!

Business Name: SROFG
Business License No. 3006693
CITY OF ANTIOCH
California, USA
Date of Expiration: 12/31/2016

In these websites, srofg.com and/or srofg.net have two (2) different types of entities, the SROFG "My Store" classified as sole proprietorship and the SROFG Foundation International is merely an Organization/Corporation/Foundation. Although both of them established in the same time on 1991 in the Philippines they are totally distinct to each other. Srofg My Store is registered under the City of Antioch along with Srofg's league since 2012, whereas, Srofg Foundation International is a transition period from it's nucleus Srofg's proprietorship. The founder decision to separate Srofg Foundation International from its original Srofg My Store aimed to maintain officer's individual responsibility in conducting organizational/foundation's sports, humanitarian, scholarship, and medical support activities to deserving students, athletes, especially to children's medical assistance such as medication, hospital expenses and surgery operation. These extended help to those in needs will be funded by it's sponsors. This cannot be done without the sponsorships participations.

SROFG Foundation International

Established: February 24, 1991

Foundation Day Celebration:  February 24

VISION: To establish a well organized Foundation/Corporation five (5) years from now and start helping others.

Type of BUSINESS:  Non For Profit Corporation, (501c), Privately owned

MISSION/OBJECTIVES/GOALS:

  1. To extend humanitarian support or help to countries devastated by calamities/disasters.
  2. To strengthen Fil-Am/Americans brotherhood or camaraderie for sports. Sports enthusiasts, fanatics, and supporters are invited for suggestion to expand knowledge on sports .
  3. To actively participate to City’s cultural festivities to allocate funds to help children in forms of donations around the world.  
  4. To uphold SROFG Foundation’s By-laws/policies/rules, and regulations.
  5. To maintain a drug- free organization.
  6. To funds and construct our own gymnasium and warehouses in the Philippines and in the United States for sports and humanitarian use.
  7. To invite sponsors to get foundations mission done .

BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND EXECUTIVE OFFICERS: Start from CEO down to the lowest position.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

     Chairman, Committee for PROGRAM

     Chairman, Committee for FUNDRAISING

     Chairman, Committee for BUDGET & FINANCE

     Chairman, Committee for NOMINATING

 

EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS/OFFICERS (ED/EO)

     President/CEO:                            RICO OCA

     Volunteers-----

     VP for Admin:                             ASHER CATALAN

     VP for Operation:                         NEIL BALUYUT

      VP for Program:                          REGGIE SABAL

     VP for Sales:                                 ROBERT FLORES

     VP for Development:                    Vacant

     VP for Finance:                             MANNY DEL ROSARIO

     VP for Planning:                           TOTO CABALO

     VP for Marketing:                        VON SALVADOR

     VP for PR/Community Affairs:   BOBBY GUTIERREZ

     VP for HUMAN Resources:        SOY DIVINAGRACIA

     VP for Sports & Recreation:       RON CRUZ

     Secretary-General:                       BART TABBU

     Treasurer:                                     MIKE GARCIA/RON CRUZ/VON SALVADOR

     IT Manager:                                 Vacant

     IT Technician:                              Vacant

     IT Support:                                   RONALD GONZALES

     Chief Security Officer:                 FLORANTE MORA

     Chief Auto Maintenance :            SER ROXAS

     Chief Electrical Maintenance:      PAUL JACOBO: Asst. RUEL CATAPUSAN

     Auditors:                                       EDWIN (Tata Boy) PARILLA JR &

                                                           BONG GUTIERREZ

     Chief Finance Officer (CFO) :     JAIME SANTILLANA

SROFG OFFICERS JOB DESCRIPTION

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

     FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE

     PROGRAM COMMITTEE

     BUDGET & FINANCE COMMITTEE

     NOMINATING COMMITTEE

EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS/OFFICERS

     PRESIDENT

     The President is mandated to report all past, current, and future activities to the Board of Directors and work with them as a team to promote the organizational capabilities in delivering short and long term vision and goals of the non-profit organization. The president will ensure that the SROFG Foundation International is capable of implementing segments of the organization in terms of fundraising, operations, marketing, human resources, program, strategies, technology, fiscal revenue, sales, athletic sports, services, etc for the good of the organization. The President will protect the organization through solid strategic planning, vision, leadership, continuous development, and strengthening operations.   

     Secretary-General

     The Executive Secretary provides senior level clerical function, administrative support, and secretarial job to the President of the SROFG Foundation International. Main activities of a Secretary General are:

  1. Receive, direct, and relay telephone messages and fax messages
  2. Direct the general public to the appropriate staff member
  3. Maintain the general filing system and file all correspondence
  4. Assist in the planning and preparation of meetings, conferences and conference

             telephone calls

  1. Make preparations for Executive and commit tee meetings
  2. Maintain an adequate inventory of office supplies
  3. Respond to public inquiries
  4. Provide word-processing and secretarial support
  5. Type confidential documents on a word processing system

10.  Record and maintain the Minutes Of the Meeting (MOM)

11.  Represent the President in case the President is not around/on leave/guest speaker from other organization.

Auditor

The Auditor duties and responsibilities are as follows:

  1. Information gathering from all sources to come out with full and honest reporting of financial statement of the SROFG Foundation International Employees.
  2. Evaluate information to determine standards, laws, and regulations.
  3. Analyze data/information by identifying facts, principles, and reasons through breaking down information or delegation of data for separate parts for easy decision making.
  4. Process information with new technologies such as computers hardware and software.
  5. Developing working conditions and relationships to maintain timely reporting.
  6. Use of emails, written forms, telephones, or face to face communication with peers, superiors, or subordinates.
  7. Audit SROFG Foundations funds, expenses, budgeting, and others pertaining to SROFG Foundations Financial Statement, and/or for correct filing of taxes as a non-profit organization.

Treasurer

Treasurer plays a vital role in improving and maintaining the financial standing of a company or organization. Treasurer responsibilities are:

  1. Determining financial strategy and policy;
  2. Advising on what businesses to invest in;
  3. Arranging appropriate funding;
  4. Managing financial risks in an organization.

This is a varied and responsible role that ensures a company has the cash and liquidity to meet its obligation, involving raising funds from banks, as well as debt and equity markets and, in some companies, actively trading in the foreign exchange, commodity and money markets.

     IT Manager

     Maintains information technology strategies by managing staff; researching and      implementing technological strategic solutions

  1. Accomplishes information technology staff results by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; initiating, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, and procedures.
  2. Maintains staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees; maintaining a safe and secure work environment; developing personal growth opportunities.
  3. Maintains organization's effectiveness and efficiency by defining, delivering, and supporting strategic plans for implementing information technologies.
  4. Directs technological research by studying organization goals, strategies, practices, and user projects.
  5. Completes projects by coordinating resources and timetables with user departments and data center.
  6. Verifies application results by conducting system audits of technologies implemented.
  7. Preserves assets by implementing disaster recovery and back-up procedures and information security and control structures.
  8. Recommends information technology strategies, policies, and procedures by evaluating organization outcomes; identifying problems; evaluating trends; anticipating requirements.
  9. Accomplishes financial objectives by forecasting requirements; preparing an annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; initiating corrective action.
  10. Maintains quality service by establishing and enforcing organization standards.
  11. Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; benchmarking state-of-the-art practices; participating in professional societies.
  12. Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.

Information Technology Manager Skills and Qualifications:

Technical Management, Technical Understanding, Analyzing Information , Informing Others, Staffing, Problem Solving, Data Center Management, Developing Budgets, Coordination, Strategic Planning, Quality Management

     IT Support

     Information Technical Support Specialist Job Responsibilities:

Maximizes computer system capabilities by studying technical applications; making recommendations.

Technical Support Specialist Job Duties:

  1. Evaluates system potential by testing compatibility of new programs with existing programs.
  2. Evaluates expansions or enhancements by studying work load and capacity of computer system.
  3. Achieves computer system objectives by gathering pertinent data; identifying and evaluating options; recommending a course of action.
  4. Confirms program objectives and specifications by testing new programs; comparing programs with established standards; making modifications.
  5. Improves existing programs by reviewing objectives and specifications; evaluating proposed changes; recommending changes; making modifications.
  6. Evaluates vendor-supplied software by studying user objectives; testing software compatibility with existing hardware and programs.
  7. Places software into production by loading software into computer; entering necessary commands.
  8. Places hardware into production by establishing connections; entering necessary commands.
  9. Maximizes use of hardware and software by training users; interpreting instructions; answering questions.

10.  Maintains system capability by testing computer components.

11.  Prepares reference for users by writing operating instructions.

12.  Maintains historical records by documenting hardware and software changes and revisions.

13.  Maintains client confidence and protects operations by keeping information confidential.

14.  Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.

15.  Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.

Technical Support Specialist Skills and Qualifications:

Problem Solving, Presenting Technical Information, Process Improvement, Software Maintenance, Software Testing, Network Design and Implementation, Load Balancing and Scalability, Vendor Relationships, Software Performance Tuning, Network Performance Tuning, Database Performance Tuning

     IT Computer Technician

     Computer Technician responsibilities are:

    

  1. Installing hardware and software systems
  2. Maintaining or repairing equipment
  3. Troubleshooting a variety of computer issues
  4. Setting up computer security measures
  5. Configuring computer networks
  6. Offering technical support on-site or via phone or email

     VP for Sales

     VP for Sales is varied according to the industry product sales and size of the company, some may oversee manufacturing sales such as organizational products on sales and promotions.

     VP for Development

     VP for Finance

    
     The VP for Finance provides both operational and programmatic support to the organization. The VP Finance supervises the finance unit and is the chief financial spokesperson for the organization. The VP Finance reports directly to the President/Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and directly assists the VP Operating Officer on all strategic and tactical matters as they relate to budget management, cost benefit analysis, forecasting needs and the securing of new funding.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist in performing all tasks necessary to achieve the organization's mission and help execute staff succession and growth plans.
  • Train the Finance Unit and other staff on raising awareness and knowledge of financial management matters.
  • Work with the President/CEO on the strategic vision including fostering and cultivating stakeholder relationships on city, state, and national levels, as well as assisting in the development and negotiation of contracts.
  • Participate in developing new business, specifically: assist the CEO and COO in identifying new funding opportunities, the drafting of prospective programmatic budgets, and determining cost effectiveness of prospective service delivery.

  • Assess the benefits of all prospective contracts and advise the Executive Team on programmatic design and implementation matters.
  • Ensure adequate controls are installed and that substantiating documentation is approved and available such that all purchases may pass independent and governmental audits.
  • Provide the COO with an operating budget. Work with the COO to ensure programmatic success through cost analysis support, and compliance with all contractual and programmatic requirements. This includes: 1) interpreting legislative and programmatic rules and regulations to ensure compliance with all federal, state, local and contractual guidelines, 2) ensuring that all government regulations and requirements are disseminated to appropriate personnel, and 3) monitoring compliance.
  • Oversee the management and coordination of all fiscal reporting activities for the organization including: organizational revenue/expense and balance sheet reports, reports to funding agencies, development and monitoring of organizational and contract/grant budgets.
  • Oversee all purchasing and payroll activity for staff and participants.
  • Develop and maintain systems of internal controls to safeguard financial assets of the organization and oversee federal awards and programs. Oversee the coordination and activities of independent auditors ensuring all A-133 audit issues are resolved, and all 403(b) compliance issues are met, and the preparation of the annual financial statements is in accordance with U.S. GAAP and federal, state and other required supplementary schedules and information.
  • Attend Board and Subcommittee meetings; including being the lead staff on the Audit/Finance Committee.
  • Monitor banking activities of the organization.
  • Ensure adequate cash flow to meet the organization's needs.
  • Serve as one of the trustees and oversee administration and financial reporting of the organization's Savings and Retirement Plan.
  • Investigate cost-effective benefit plans and other fringe benefits which the organization may offer employees and potential employees with the goal of attracting and retaining qualified individuals.
  • Oversee the production of monthly reports including reconciliations with funders and pension plan requirements, as well as financial statements and cash flow projections for use by Executive management, as well as the Audit/Finance Committee and Board of Directors.
  • Assist in the design, implementation, and timely calculations of wage incentives, commissions, and salaries for the staff.
  • Oversee Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable and ensure a disaster recovery plan is in place.
  • Oversee business insurance plans and health care coverage analysis.
  • Oversee the maintenance of the inventory of all fixed assets, including assets purchased with government funds (computers, etc.) assuring all are in accordance with federal regulations.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Knowledge of::
  • Not-for-profit accounting in accordance with U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, OMB Circulars A-133, A-110 and A-122, TANF program regulations and compliance requirements, and appropriate Code of Federal Regulations sections.
  • Current trends, developments, and theories in job readiness training and adult education.
  • Current trends and developments in welfare reform and the development of Welfare-to-Work programs under the DHHS TANF and other federal programs.
  • Issues, concerns, and barriers of employees newly entering the workforce.
  • Laws, regulations, and rules governing work requirements for TANF participants.
  • Resources of public and private social service and related agencies.
  • Organizational development, human resources, and program operations.
  • General office software, particularly the Microsoft Office Suite and MIP software (or other similar not-for-profit general ledger software) and use of databases.
  • · Ability to:
  • Foster and cultivate business opportunities and partnerships.
  • Create and assess financial statements and budget documents.
  • Recognize and be responsive to the needs of all clients of the organization, including funding organizations, the Board of Directors, local community advocates, participants, and employers.
  • Supervise staff, including regular progress reviews and plans for improvement.
  • Communicate effectively in both written and verbal form.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Education:

  • Completion of a bachelor's degree at an accredited college or university or equivalent work experience.
  • Completion of a master's degree at an accredited college or university or equivalent work experience.
  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA) preferred.

Experience:

  • The Controller or Chief Financial Officer level.
  • Five to seven years of financial experience and management experience with the day-to-day financial operations of an organization of at least 50 staff persons.
  • Two years of direct service delivery experience working with long-term unemployed adults.

 Any equivalent combination of education and experience determined to be acceptable.

     VP for Operation

     The VP for Operation is to direct supporting the organization growth in day to day operation goals and objectives. VP for Opn duties are to plan, direct, and coordinate operations in support of a company’s growth. Typical duties include formulating policies and strategic plans for future growth, and managing daily operations of personnel, purchasing, administration, and other departments. VP of operations may include formulating training and incentive plans; maintaining efficient team structure and performance through analytics, processes and tools; maximizing new client engagement; and working with the leadership team to develop plans to meet future needs.

     VP for Planning

     VP for Marketing

     VP for Marketing is responsible for improving operational efficiency in a targeted area, such as customer engagement or online marketing. VP for Marketing is responsible for overseeing the planning, development and execution of an organization's marketing and advertising initiatives. Reporting directly to the chief executive officer, the CMO's primary responsibility is to generate revenue by increasing sales through successful marketing for the entire organization, using market research, pricing, product marketing, marketing communications, advertising and public relations.

     VP for PR/Community Affairs

     VP for Admin &VP for Human Resources

     The Vice President for Admin/HR is responsible for directing admin functions of the Admin organization through policy standards, regulations, policies, and objectives. VP Admin is responsible for disability accommodations, planning, development, task organizing, regulatory implementations, participation any developmental projects, advising short and long term goals of the organization. Systematic examinations of applicants and recruits for the organization manpower request. VP admin will enhance effective solutions to any administrative business challenges that good enough for strategic planning, problem solving expert, project management, and financial matters and strategy. VP for admin adopt working environment especially with diverse community. VP for Admin is capable of using any technology applications such as computers, printer, fax machine, and any other office equipment.

          Secretaries-Support clerical jobs, records filing, support administrative plans, answering calls, records messages, prepares paperwork for his/her boss.

          Managers

          To assign and direct all work performed in the branch and to supervise all areas of operation. Manage staff, foster a positive environment and ensure customer satisfaction and proper branch operation. Manager will have a hands-on approach and will be committed to the expansion and success of the business by implementing strategies that increase productivity and enable sales targets achievement.

Responsibilities

  1. Direct all operational aspects including distribution operations, customer service, human resources, administration and sales
  2. Assess local market conditions and identify current and prospective sales opportunities
  3. Develop forecasts, financial objectives and business plans
  4. Meet goals and metrics
  5. Manage budget and allocate funds appropriately
  6. Bring out the best of branch’s personnel by providing training, coaching, development and motivation
  7. Locate areas of improvement and propose corrective actions that meet challenges and leverage growth opportunities
  8. Share knowledge with other branches and headquarters on effective practices, competitive intelligence, business opportunities and needs
  9. Address customer and employee satisfaction issues promptly

10.  Adhere to high ethical standards, and comply with all regulations/applicable laws

11.  Network to improve the presence and reputation of the branch and company

12.  Stay abreast of competing markets and provide reports on market movement and penetration

          Assistant Manager - Assist the Managers in fulfilling SROFG Foundation goals, visions,  and objectives. Assist in Training newly recruit personnel.

          Team Leaders- Small Unit team building to help carry on Manager’s goals. In sports, they were the Coaches, Team Captains, and appointed point guards (Basketball). A team leader is someone who provides direction, instructions and guidance to a group of individuals, who can also be known as a team, for the purpose of achieving a certain goal. An effective leader will know her/his team members strengths, weaknesses and motivations. Duties of a Team Leader are:

  1. Develop a strategy the team will use to reach its goal
  2. Provide any training that team members need
  3. Communicate clear instructions to team members
  4. Listen to team members' feedback
  5. Monitor team members' participation to ensure the training they providing is being put into use, and also to see if any additional training is needed
  6. Manage the flow of day-to-day operations
  7. Create reports to update the company on the team's progress
  8. Distribute reports to the appropriate personnel

     A coach organizes amateur and professional athletes and teaches them the fundamentals of a sport. He or she trains them to compete as a team or individually. Some coaches recruit new players for college and professional teams. This is known as scouting.

 
 
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