The Market Development Facility (MDF) – Duas Posicoes – CD 4 de Maio de 2014

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Market Development Facility- Timor Leste

Market Development Facility- Timor Leste

1. MDF Editor

The Market Development Facility (MDF), an Australian Government initiates, invests in innovative businesses to stimulate economic growth in a number of countries across the Asia Pacific region. MDF is a multi-country facility, currently operational in Fiji, Timor Leste and Pakistan.

MDF is currently seeking the ad-hoc services of an Editor to assist with finalising a range of communication material for the Facility. It should be noted that work will be required on an ad-hoc basis and there is no minimum or maximum amount of work guaranteed. Given the nature of the work, hours worked can be flexible to meet other commitments while still meeting the needs of MDF.

Detailed Terms of Reference on the responsibilities, education, skills, knowledge and experience can be obtained here: 150414_TORs- Editor_final

Interested candidates will need to provide:

  • A detailed CV detailing past experience.
  • Fee rate per word and details of any other fees charged. Fees should be quoted in Australian Dollars and be valid for 12 months.

Interested candidates should email their applications to recruitment@cardnoMDF.org. Please quote ‘Editor’ in the subject line. The deadline for submission of applications is 4 May 2014

 

2. MDF Timor Leste – Accountant

MDF is currently seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Accountant to support its operations in Timor-Leste.   The Accountant will be part of the Timor-Leste Country Team, based in Dili.

Responsibilities will include, amongst others, accounts payable duties and review/verification of invoices, administration of petty cash, payroll processing, data entry into the Quickbooks, ensuring compliance with taxation requirements and regular financial reporting. The full Terms of Reference for this position can be obtained here: Accountant TORs_Timor_FINAL

The deadline for submission of applications is 4 May 2014. Applications should be emailed to recruitment@cardnoMDF.org. Please quote ‘Timor-Leste Accountant’ in the subject line. The position is open to Timor-Leste nationals or permanent residents who have authority to live and work in Timor-Leste.  Rates of pay will be based on local labour standards.

 

AUSTRALIAN EMBASSY-RECEPTIONIST-CD 24 APRIL 2014

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AUSTRALIAN EMBASSY, DILI

Rua Mártires da Pátria

VACANCY –- RECEPTIONIST

 

The Asia Foundation- Various Posicoes-CD 2 May 2014

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The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste

The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste

JOB POSTING

 

The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste Vacancies:

Ending Violence Against Women

 

The Asia Foundation (the Foundation) is implementing an Ending Violence Against Women (EVAW) Program in Timor-Leste under a Grant Agreement with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). The program will run from 15 April 2014 to 30 June 2017 (Phase 1) with an option to extend for an additional four years (Phase 2). The EVAW Program goal is to reduce the proportion of women who have experienced violence, and to better meet the needs of women and children affected by violence. The objective is to improve outcomes for women in prevention, support services, and access to justice by improving capacity in key ministries, reducing levels of violence, improving services, and strengthening judicial processes serving the needs of women survivors of violence.

 

The EVAW program will be implemented based on the DFAT EVAW Design Document. It will be informed by research conducted on the underlying causes and opportunities for EVAW in Timor-Leste relating to the core pillars of prevention, service provision, and access to justice.  For the prevention pillar, the program will seek to involve the government, in particular the Secretary of State for the Promotion of Equality, and civil society in designing, implementing and monitoring research based prevention projects.The EVAW Program will work with the Ministry of Social Solidarity as the key government implementing agency for services to women and children who experienced violence. The primary mechanisms under this pillar will be grants to CSO service providers, and institutional strengthening support to the Directorate of National Social Reinsertion (DNRS) within MSS who will be the program’s primary counterpart.The justice pillar will support the provision of legal assistance to women and children affected by violence. Support to court and case monitoring, and research into alternative sentencing and rehabilitation programs intends to provide demand side pressure for service improvements, while contributing to identifying necessary specific supply side interventions.

 

In a first round of recruitment, the Foundation is currently seeking six (6) candidates to take on various EVAW program roles including working with key stakeholders in government and civil society and working with civil society partners as grantees. The posts are:

 

-          Program Assistants x 2 – providing programmatic, administrative and logistical support to the EVAW Program.

-          Program Officers x 2 – supporting grants to civil society and other partners under the program, contributing to program implementation design and stakeholder consultation and engagement.

-          Senior Program Officers x 2 – responsible for managing stakeholder consultation and engagement, designing program implementation and managing support to EVAW partners.

 

All applicants are required to meet the following criteria:

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Ministerio das Financas-Duas Posicoes

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Ministerio das Financas

Ministerio das Financas

Employment Opportunities

All vacancies in the Ministry oF Finance
(Please refer to MoF Recruitment Guidelines HERE!)

Name: Type: Deadline: Downloads:
Investment Strategy Adviser (International) for Petroleum Fund Administration Unit N/A 30 April 2014 English |  Portuguese |  Tetum |  Indonesian
Deputy Coordinator,Major Project Secretariat (MPS) and Coordinator Public Finance Management Capacity Building Centre N/A 05 May 2014 English |  Portuguese |  Tetum |  Indonesian


Original Source–> Ministerio das Financas Website

EIROS GROUP – Presija Urjenti – CD 30 de Abril de 2014

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 Eiros Group

Eiros Group

Vagas Urjenti

 

Eiros Group nebe tinan 10 (sanulu) ona halao ninia misaun iha area kapasitasaun hanesan Education, Training, Recruiting no Consulting, loke vaga urujenti ba pozisaun mak hanesan tuir mai nee:

  1. Xefe Departamentu Administrasaun Jeral no Finansas (Re-Advertise) (Vaga ida)
  2. Formador ba MYOB no Software Kontabilidade Seluk (Re-Advertise) (Vaga ida)
  3. Eng. Architectura (Vaga ida)

 

KRITERIA

  1. Nivel edukasaun minimu Diploma III, ba Pozisaun Formador.
  2. Feto ho Mane idade  minimu 25 anos ba leten.
  3. Iha Transporte Privadu no iha karta kondusaun ka SIM
  4. Esperensia servisu nebe relevante ba vagas, minimu tinan 2 (rua).
  5. Abilidade iha lian Ingles ho Portuguesa, koalia no hakerek ho diak.
  6. Prontu servisu iha presaun nia okos.

 

SALARIU BELE NEGOSIU

 

Data hatama dokumentus hahu dia, 22 de Abril  – 30 de April de 2014, oras servisu (08: 00 to’o 17:30)

Ba ita bo’ot sira nebe interesante bele hatama dokumentus hanesan Karta Aplikasaun, Curiculum Vitae (CV), inklui dokumentus nebe relevantes, ba iha:

 

EIROS GROUP

Kampus

Avenida Americo Thomas T120, Mandarin Dili, Timor-Leste

Telemovel : +670 77235838, 75478578, 73320885

Email: eirosgroup@yahoo.com, info@eirosgroup.com

CRUZ VERMELHA DE TIMOR-LESTE- TENDER -CD 16 Fulan-Abril 2014

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CRUZ VERMELHA DE TIMOR-LESTE

CRUZ VERMELHA DE TIMOR-LESTE

ANUNÇIU TENDER BA PROJETU EDIFÍSIU

SEDE CVTL FILIáL VIQUEQUE NIAN

  

INFORMASAUN JERÁL

CVTL iha planu atu hala’o konstruksaun ba Edifísiu Sede CVTL Filiál  nian iha Distritu Viqueque, Suco Carau-Balu, Aldeia Mamulac, no Planu konstruksaun fíziku sei hahú hosi fulan-Juñu 2014 nia laran.

Ba Kompañia sira ne’ebé mak rejístu ona iha Distritu Viqueque, atu partisipa no bele prienxe formatu konabá lista Pré-kualifikasaun ba tenderizasaun nian ne’ebé CVTL prepara tiha ona, no sei fó informasaun konabá tenderizasaun nian ba  Kontratór sira.

 

Ba Kontratór sira ne’ebé mak iha Interese bele mai foti Formuláriu Pré-kualifikasaun ida-ne’e, iha Sede Cruz Vermelha de Timor-Leste (CVTL) Filiál Viqueque.

 

 

Data / Loron hahu Foti Dokumentus :

 

Data                            : 10 Fulan-Abril  2014.

Horas                          : 09:00AM - 12 :00PM to’o 14 :00PM – 17 :00 PM

 

Data / Loron ikus hatama Dokumentus :

 

Data                            : 16 Fulan-Abril  2014.

Horas                          : 09:00AM – 12:00PM to’o 14:00PM – 17 :00 PM

 

Detallus dokumentu konabá kompañia nian CVTL sei la fó fila no ami sei rai iha Sede CVTL nian.

 

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PDHJ-UNDP-Technical Mentor (Data Analyst and Knowledge management for the Provedoria for Human Rights and Justice)-CD 21 April 2013.

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Provedor-de-Direitos-Humanos-e-Justiça-(PDHJ)

Provedor-de-Direitos-Humanos-e-Justiça-(PDHJ)

 

Basic Position Information 
Job Title: Technical Mentor (Data Analyst and Knowledge management for the Provedoria for Human Rights and Justice)Location: Provedoria for Human Rights and Justice, Dili, Timor Leste

Start Date : April 2014

Languages (essential) : Tetun English

Languages  (advantage): Portuguese

 

Organizational Background

 

The PDHJ was established through the National Parliament’s  Law No. 7/2004 in compliance with the 2002 Constitution of the Democratic Republic of East-Timor stipulating the establishment of an “an independent organ in charge of examining and seeking to settle citizens’ complaints against public bodies, preventing and initiating the whole process to remedy injustice”. The PDHJ is an independent national human rights institution which has a mandate to cover human rights, good governance / maladministration. The purpose of the PDHJ is to protect and promote human rights and fundamental freedoms of natural and legal persons throughout the national territory and prevent maladministration.  The PDHJ serves therefore two different but linked mandates, namely as the National Human Rights Institution of Timor-Leste and the Ombudsman. Within its two areas, it discharges its mandate within a three activities-approach: education and promotion, prevention or monitoring and investigation (based on complaints or based on its own initiative).The competencies, powers and duties of the Provedor are set out in Chapter IV of the Statute. The PDHJ has the powers to receive complaints; investigate and inquire into matters under his or her competence; to visit any place of detention, treatment or care in order to inspect the conditions therein and conduct a confidential interview of the persons in detention; to refer a complaint to a competent jurisdiction or another recourse mechanism; seek leave of the National Parliament to appear before a court, arbitration tribunal or an administrative enquiry commission; act as a mediator or conciliator; make recommendations for redress in complaints brought before him or her, notably by proposing remedies and reparations; provide advice including opinions, proposals and recommendations for the purpose of improving respect for human rights and good governance by the entities within his or her jurisdiction; report to the National Parliament in relation to the findings of an investigation or in relation to his or her recommendations.

 

UNDP/OHCHR Capacity Development Project

 

The UNDP, together with OHCHR, has established a project that supports the institutional capacity building of the PDHJ to ensure its effectiveness in developing and implementing programmes in accordance with its mandate.  The project is a comprehensive and long-term capacity building effort, extending support to both substantive/technical and operational functions of the PDHJ, through the provision of training and mentoring support, the development of internal systems as well as the design of knowledge management products.  Project activities are carried out in close coordination with all stakeholders, under the guidance of the Project Steering Committee.

 

To support the design of its programme, the Project has already undertaken a capacity assessment of the PDHJ, including a specific capacity assessment of its good governance mandate and the role of the regional offices.

 

In implementing many of its activities, including training programmes, the Project has often searched for support from other development partners and peer institutions who have specific technical knowledge in the relevant area. Joint training programmes have already been implemented in partnership with UNICEF, ILO, IOM, international and national NGOs, and other development partners.

 

This umbrella capacity building project is expected to be concluded in the end of 2014. Efforts are being made to support the PDHJ in improving its capacity to design and implement its own capacity development efforts. Ad Hoc support from development partners will also be essential to ensure that the PDHJ has the ability to continue developing its capacities.

 

PDHJ Monitoring System

 

The Project has cooperated with the PDHJ this year in the design of a new monitoring system for use by both Human Rights and Good Governance Directorates. This system aims at ensuring that the PDHJ meets commitments made in the Strategic Plan 2011-2020, specifically that the PDHJ has the capacity and independence to implement its mandate as well as increasing state compliance with human rights and good governance principles.

 

The new system has been designed around 4 main stages; pre-monitoring, monitoring, post monitoring and follow-up monitoring. Each of these stages comprises several key activities that must be conducted before the Monitoring Team can proceed to the next stage of the process. The pre-monitoring stage consists of collecting relevant data, analysing it through the use of the PDHJ’s violations factsheets, developing relevant indicators and consulting with relevant institutions and civil society organisations to gather opinions on what focus the monitoring should take. Upon identification of possible violations to monitor for, the monitoring team creates a preliminary assessment of the issue as well as a monitoring plan which the Monitoring Management Committee (MCM) evaluates to decide whether field monitoring will take place or not.

 

PDHJ Knowledge Management systems

 

In 2011 the PDHJ, with the assistance of the Project, began work on improving the case and complaints management system within the PDHJ. This has led to the development of an electronic case management system (e-CMS) now in use by the Directorate of Public Assistance and the Human Rights and Good Governance Investigators Departments. Following the success of the e-CMS, the PDHJ asked the Project for assistance in developing a knowledge management system through which all PDHJ material such as reports, templates and internal and public documents will be stored. This system, as well as a new training and promotion database will complete the Project’s capacity development efforts covering the output of improved knowledge management systems to the PDHJ.  The training and promotion database has been designed already and is expected to be fully operation by May 2014 while the Knowledge Management system, based on open source software is in the initial stages of development after consultations between the PDHJ Library Department, Raoul Wallenberg Institution and UNDP/OHCHR Project. The deadline for the completion of the new Knowledge Management system is September 2014.

 

 

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CARE TL-HR Assistant-CD 15 April 2014

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CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

Internally & Externally

CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL

 

Department                       : Human Resource Unit

Position                               : HR Assistant

Duty Station                     : Dili with travel to districts when required

Report to                             : HR Manager

Contract period               : 1 year with extension possibility

 

Position summary:

The Human Resources Assistant assists with the administration of day to day operation in the human resources function and duties. HR Assistant carries out the responsibilities in some or all of the following management areas: employee relation, administration, leave management, recruitment, payroll and orientation.

 

Specific duties and responsibilities:

  1. HR Management
  • Maintain the monthly staffing list.
  • Process the recruitment (advertisement, collect the CV etc).
  • Prepare the contract for the staff
  • Process the payroll include prepare the payroll reconciliation
  • Manage the leave entitlement
  • Process the Personal Accident Insurance to NITL
  • Monitoring  and update the tracking sheet for Health Allowance
  • Assist the staff to apply the HR Manual correctly and consistently
  • Maintain the personal file of the staff
  • Provide support to HR Manager as necessary.

 

  1. Others
  • Prepare the monthly time sheet for the International staff
  • Socialize and implement the HR Manual and any update
  • Facilitate the orientation to new staff if required
  • Filing the HR documents

 

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TUBA RAI METIN- Finance Manager (FM) Position

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“CAREER OPPORTUNITY”

Kaebauk Investimentu no Finansa, SA (KIF) is a proposed entity of Tuba Rai Metin for its operations after ODTI permission. It is a Microfinance Organization that serves mainly Timorese women and small businesses and helping financial inclusion process much needed in the country.

Currently we are looking for the candidate for a Finance Manager (FM) Position, with the fallowing Job Responsibility, Qualification and Experience:

About the Job: S/he will be responsible for providing complete leadership for all aspects related managing financial and accounting aspects through team of over 20 persons.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Keeping track of all financial & accounting transactions and records & reports
  • Ensuring compliances of all policies relating to financial management, financial controls, and risk;
  • Supervise the accounting system and process;
  • Ensure compliance to regulators, auditors, liquidity risks, ALM , other financial risks etc
  • Ensuring following the international standards of accounting and                                    transparencies.
  • Consolidate daily cash closing statements and at least monthly branch general ledgers and loan portfolio reports with accuracy and according to deadlines.
  • Prepare and track annual budgets
  • Any other duties that may be assigned by the CEO.

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Plan International in Timor-Leste-Human Resources Assistant-CD 25 April 2014

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Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste 

 

Vacancy Announcement: Human Resources Assistant

 

 

The Human Resources assistant assists with the administration of the day-to-day operations of the human resources functions and duties. The HR assistants carries out responsibilities such as recruitment and induction process of new hire, HR Administration and provide a quality HR service to the staff in accordance with Plan’s Standards and complying with Plan’s corporate policies and procedures.

 

Responsibilities 

Indicators for Success

 

Human Resource general management

  • Conduct the administrative work on the Human Resources management. Manage the filing of personnel information. Prepare the correspondence on the HR matters
  • Manage the local database for staff attendance and provide summary report to respective managers
  • Under the guidance of HR Coordinator, update the HR Information System (HRIS)
  • Prepare the contract of the consultant, casuals, temporary staff with the input from respective managers

 

Recruitment and induction of new staff

  • Process the recruitment of new staff, including advertisement, interview and contract preparation.
  • Arrange the induction process for new hire
  • Do the administration of the new hire in the HR Information System (HRIS). Facilitate HRIS training/induction to new hire

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