Care TL-Policy Analysis Consultant-CD 03 de Dezembro de 2014

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

 

Job title Policy Analysis Consultant
Organisation CARE International in Timor Leste
Location Dili, Timor-Leste
Application deadline Dec. 03, 2014
Type of Contract Consultancy
Language(s) required English required; Tetum preferred
Applications sent to Teresa.Barros@careint.org
Starting Date January 2015
Duration of the contract 16 working days before the end of January 2015

CARE Internasional iha Timor-Leste agora ne’e dadaun implementa programa ida ne’ebé mak hanaran Programa Pilotu Prevensaun Husik Eskola (Programa PPHE). Projeitu ne’e hala’o iha tinan tolu nia laran, no hetan fundus husi Povu Amerikanu liu husi Ajensia Estadus Unidos ba Dezenvolvimentu Internasional (USAID), ne’ebé mak ho nia objetivu atu hadia efektivu husi programa prevensaun husik hela eskola iha nasaun haat iha Asia.

 

Relatoriu no supervizaun:

Xefe da Ekipa (Team Leader) sei halo relatoriu ba Diretor Projeto nian.

 

 

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Moris Rasik NGO-Oficial Dezenvolvimentu Staff- CD 25 de Novembro de 2014

Moris-Rasik-NGO

Moris-Rasik-NGO

MORIS RASIK HANESAN INSTITUISAUN MIKRO FINANSAS

 


 

Titulu Servisu: Oficial Dezenvolvimentu Staff

(Total nesesidade Official ema nai’n rua ba Internal & Eksternal)

Fatin Servisu:  Dili – no halao viagen ba Distritu

Relata Ba: Manajer

 

Moris  Rasik (MR) stabelese  iha  fulan  Novembru  tinan  2000  hanesan  instituisaun  mikro  finansas  ida ne’ebé laos hetan lukru maibe fo atensaun liu ba rai osan no oferese kreditu osan ba feto kiak no feto faluk sira  iha  area  rural  iha  Timor-Leste.  MR iha staff ho total hamutuk 135 ne’ebé distribui iha edefisiu sentral Dili no distrito 12 iha Timor-Leste laran tomak.

 

Kona-ba Servisu

MR agora buka hela Oficial Dezenvolvimentu Staf nain rua (2) atu servisu hamutuk ho Manajer  Dezenvolvimentu Staf no advisor. Servisu ida ne’e inkluimos prepara no dezenvolve kurikulu no oferesse treinamettu ba staf MR hotu ne’ebé sei oferese husi Manajer no advisor ho ninia grupu iha SDU laran.

Fo konsiderasaun hodi gasta tempu barak liu sai husi Dili ba visita iha kualker eskritoriu (eskritorio MR iha distritu hamutuk 12 iha Timor laran tomak) ne’ebé MR iha inklui mos hela iha distrito kalan ida ka liu kalan ida depende ba nesesidade servisu ne’ebé iha.

 

Kona-ba Kna’ar no Responsablidade

  • Dezenvolve treinamentu
  • Fo treinamentu ba malu (iha internal SDU nian)
  • Hamutuk ho Manajer no adviser, dezenvolve matadalan treinamentu nian bazea ba nesesidade Moris Rasik
  • Fo treinamentu ba staf SDU inklui mos staf regional, manager sira no staf edefisiu sentral (HO)
  • Halo monitorizasaun ba dezenvolvementu staf unidade (SDU) nia inkluimos staf regional no staf edefisiu sentral (HO).
  • Kna’ar seluk direitamente ho Manajer Dezenvolvimentu Staf

 

Kualifikasaun

-Esensial:

  • Iha kapasidade komunikasaun nian
  • Iha kapasidade halo observasaun profesional
  • Iha kapasidade servisu iha team no kria team work ne’ebé solido iha SDU laran
  • Iha konsensia atu aprende ba malu
  • Iha kapasidade fo empatia ba staf (komprende nia valor)
  • Iha kapasidade hodi analisa (problema, dadus n.s.s.t.)
  • Hanoin ne’ebé hatudu ho hahalok kona-ba pro-ativu (Maneja aan rasik)
  • Iha vontade no hetan fiar atu oferese buat foun (treinamentu) ba staf ho posisaun ne’ebé a’as lui nia (la sente moe ka tauk)
  • Prontu servisu iha distritu pelumenus ho tempu 60%
  • Iha kapasidade uza komputador (liuliu Ms.Word & Excel)
  • Iha karta kondusaun ba motorizada (SIM)

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DIT-Dosente Teun-CD 01 de Dezembro de 2014

DIT

DIT

Dili Institute of Technology

loke vaga ba

Dosente Tetun

(full-time)

Servisu:

  • Hanorin materia Tetun ho komunikasaun ba estudante DIT atu sira bele domina Tetun too nivel aas.
  • Ajuda prepara materia foun.

 

Ita presiza:

  • Lisensiatura kona ba lingua (minimu remata ona teoria.)
  • Domina lingua Tetun i hakarak dezenvolve tan lian nee.
  • Hatene hanorin.
  • Hakarak aprende tan.
  • Bele servisu hamutuk ho ekipa.

 

Salariu : ba lisensiatura $300

 

Atu husu tan, bele kontaktu: 7799 0011 / 7736 9768

ka email: regis@tetundit.tl
Departementu Tetun Se interese karik, bele hatama kurikulum vitae ho surat aplikasaun uza lian Tetun, liu hosi  ami nia e-mail, ka entrega rasik ba:

Sentru Lingua

Dili Institute of Technology

Aimutin, Dili

molok Segunda, 1 Dezembru 2014.

 

Counterpart International – Accountant (National Position) – CD 21 de Novembro de 2014

Counterpart International

Counterpart International

Counterpart International 


POSITION DESCRIPTION

TITLE: Accountant (National Position)

START DATE:  As soon as possible

DURATION: 4 months (This is covering the position of the current Accountant who is temporarily acting in another role.)

REPORTS TO: Finance and Operations Manager   

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:  November 21, 2014 but Counterpart reserves the right to fill the position before then if the appropriate candidate is found.

Counterpart International is a global development organization that empowers people and communities to implement innovative and enduring solutions to social, economic, and environmental challenges. For nearly 50 years, Counterpart has been forging partnerships with communities in need to address complex problems related to economic development, food security and nutrition, and building effective governance and institutions.

 

SUMMARY:

The Accountant will report to the Finance and Operations Manager and will be responsible for accounting tasks associated with Counterpart’s grant funded and other programs. The Accountant is responsible for applying accounting procedures to program structures, cycles, and needs. This position involves processing and auditing expense reports and records; preparing monthly invoices to funding agencies; reconciling invoices with GL; and preparing pipeline and other finance reports.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

·        Process and record financial transactions during the day.  Make sure that all ledgers are updated.

·        Check and post monthly transactions into Excel spreadsheet for onward posting to Quick Books system. Ensure that all information in the spreadsheet is correct and complete.

·         Dealing with cash transactions. Preparation of cash vouchers, maintenance of cashbook on daily basis.

·         Dealing with bank transactions. Preparation of vouchers, maintenance of bank books on daily basis.

·         Preparation of all bank account reconciliation statements on monthly basis.

·         Upon receipt of approved documentation, prepare/process payment vouchers, check/bank payments and obtain required signatures.

·         Prepare cash requirement statements for cash needs in the office.

·         Prepare cash counts and prepare transaction worksheets for cash and bank activities for the supervisor’s review.

·         Ensure the proper security of cash in the safe.

·         Maintain an Advance Register for personal and program related costs.

·         Review and check all support documents for financial reporting of grants.

·         Photocopying and sending financial documents to Counterpart HQ and updating filing systems.

To apply, please send an email with a cover letter and CV to timor-leste.jobs@counterpart.org as soon as possible but no later than November 21, 2014.

World Vision Timor Leste-Duas Pocicoes-CD 19 de Novembro de 2014

World Vision Timor-Leste

World Vision Timor-Leste

Currently, there are two job vacancies in World Vision Timor-Leste, both in Bobonaro district.

EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT (ECCD) PROJECT FACILITATOR – BOBONARO (1 POSITION)

Purpose of position
To ensure that the ECCD project is implemented, monitored and evaluated effectively and is technically sound, based on the project design and budget.

Major responsibilities
A. Project Implementation

  • Actively support Project Coordinator and Associate Area Manager and  in project planning, implementation, monitoring and reporting processes relevant to assigned areas
  • Facilitate technical training in coordination with Development Facilitators according to the Project Detailed Implementation Plan
  • Respond timely and actively to the technical training request of the Development Facilitators and Associate Area Manager
  • Develop TOR, deliver technical training and manage the logistics and finance administration of activities in the sector
  • Raise awareness and facilitate critical analysis of community issues and opportunities
  • Ensure that gender analysis, Christian commitment, and child protection are mainstreamed within WV initiatives in their assigned communities.
  • Support the Development Facilitator in facilitating visioning and planning processes with community members – especially the most vulnerable, and within community based groups
  • Develop monthly work plans and weekly activity schedule and submit these to the Project Coordinator

B.  Building Relationships

  • Be responsible for maintaining and strengthening relationships with key partners, especially relevant government institutions (MoH, MoE, DNAS, DHS, MAF, etc.).
  • Ensure that partnerships with other development partners are focused on promoting the well-being of children, especially the most vulnerable.

C.  Technical Quality Assurance

  • Ensure that the project in its respective sector is technically sound both in design and implementation
  • Ensure the Development Facilitators and the communities are informed with the recent approach/technologies in the sector.
    Identify training needs, prepare materials and conduct training for staff and volunteers.

D.  Program Design, Monitoring and Evaluation (DME)

  • Assist the M&E Coordinator and Project Coordinator in data collection for project assessments, proposals, budgets, monitoring and evaluation
  • Together with the Development Facilitator utilize the monitoring system and tools of project implementation and to capture learning.
  • Support the process of DME (Assessment, Design, Evaluation)
  • Submit monthly reports based on DIP and Monthly Activity Plan.
  • Maintain up to date records of project documents, agreements, reports, photos, assessment and design and evaluations.

E. General  Responsibilities

  • Attend and participate in weekly chapel services and regular devotional meetings.
  • Support in hosting the visits of sponsors, donors, and WV staff from other.
  • Other responsibilities: remove or alter duties when necessary.

Required knowledge, skills and abilities
Education:

  • University degree in a relevant technical field (eg. engineering, health, development)

Knowledge & Skills:

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Search for Common Ground-Consultant-CD 10 de Novembro de 2014

Search for Common Ground

Search for Common Ground

Terms of Reference

Final Evaluation

 

“Democracy and Development in Action through Media and Empowerment” (DAME) Project

 

Search for Common Ground (SFCG-TL) Timor-Leste seeks qualified consultant(s) to conduct a Final Evaluation of its project “Democracy and development in Action through Media and Empowerment” being implemented in all 13 districts of Timor-Leste. For this consultancy, SFCG|TL seeks to procure the services of an independent, external consultant(s) to design, plan and conduct a high quality final evaluation covering at least six district among the 13 districts. The objective of the Evaluation is to assess and evaluate the project performance and achievement against the set goals, objectives and results as described in the logframe.

 

Introduction

Search for Common Ground (www.sfcg.org SFCG) is an international, non-governmental organisation whose mission is to “transform the way the world deals with conflict: away from adversarial approaches, toward cooperative solutions.” With programming in 35 countries in Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe and the USA, SFCG works with governments, the military, civil society, women, youth, and other relevant sectors in order to maximise its’ influence in the prevention of conflict.

 

SFCG began work in Timor-Leste (TL) in April 2010. In August 2012, SFCG began implementation of a two-year project entitled Democracy and Development in Action through Media and Empowerment (DAME). The initiative was funded by the European Commission (EC) through the contracting authority of the National Authorising Office (NAO), under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Timor-Leste. The project aimed to strengthen the democratisation process in Timor-Leste and further stabilise the country by building the capacities of non-state actors (NSAs) and improving channels of communication between citizens and decision-makers.

 

Background

The Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste (TL) stands at a critical juncture in its development, with the security and political environment remaining exceptionally fragile. The staggeringly high birth rate[1] and soaring youth unemployment[2], coupled with feelings of disenfranchisement has resulted in tensions and higher likelihood of violent conflict. Youth, in particular, must be involved politically, economically, and socially, to become drivers of the country’s future. However, in a context where youth feel disenfranchised, risks of mobilisation and return to violent conflict are high.

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Plan International in Timor-Leste-Consultant Terms of Reference-CD 21 de Novembro de 2014

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor Leste

Consultant Terms of Reference

Final evaluation of the

Child Protection Program January –December 2014

 

Background on Plan

Plan, one of the world largest INGO, works with children and poor communities in 50 developing countries and promote children’s rights in the fields of child protection, participation, sexual and reproductive health, economic security, education, health, water sanitation and hygiene and  emergency assistance with a strong commitment to gender equity, inclusion of all ethnic groups and children with disabilities. Plan has no religious or political aims or affiliations. Visitwww.plan-international.org

Background on the Child Protection Program.

The Program was designed based on previous experiences from three years implementation in 2010 – 2013. This extension project for one year was supported by Sweden National Office (SNO) implemented by 3 local Partners namely Suhurama were based in Maubesi Sub District in Ainaro district and Belun Ba Comunidade (BBC) and Mane Ho Vizaun Foun (MHVF) were based in Aileu district and Forum Tau Matan (FTM) through the establishment of an agreement between Plan Timor Leste with these partners.

 

This one year extension project was designed with the very simple logframe and the numbers of the indicators that are use to directing those local partners in their implementation in the coverage areas.

 

The project was expected to implement by the earlier of 2014, but with the limited capacity of those partners were identified that were late in their in submitting their proposal and the needs of initial technical assistance that were urged Plan to facilitated them for the proper handling of the project, delaying the project implementation just started at the beginning of April 2014.

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Plan International in Timor-Leste – Media and Communication Manager-CD 18 de Novembro de 2014

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Vacancy Announcement

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Media and Communication Manager

 

Plan International in Timor-Leste is growing! We are looking for enthusiastic, dedicated Timorese national development professionals interested in careers with a major international children’s NGO.

                                          

 

Plan, one of the world’s largest children’s INGOs, works with children and poor communities in 48 developing countries.

Plan has been working in Timor-Leste since 2001, helping children and youth to access their rights to education, health, livelihoods and protection.

Plan has no religious or political aims or affiliations. Visit www.plan-international.org  and/or

http://plan-international.org/where-we-work/asia/timor-leste, for more information;

 

Plan is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage applications from women, members of ethnic groups and people with disabilities. Plan offers competitive salaries and long-term employment opportunities for all posts.

 

Responsibilities will include

  • Lead and oversee design and production of attractive, user-friendly reports and information materials for Plan supporters outside of Timor-Leste, including written reports, photos, social media and videos.
  • Oversee design, testing and production of user-friendly information about Plan for partners, children and communities in Timor-Leste
  • Identify potential providers to provide design and communications services and manage business relationships with them

·         Support Plan’s internal communications through production of an internal newsletter, managing Plan’s internal Facebook page and through holding focus group discussions.

·         Ensure that child protection guidelines are adhered to, especially during media and donor visits to Plan’s working areas

·         Support programs to advocate for child rights by identifying key messages and target audiences providing communications support on key advocacy days and issues (such as International Children’s Day)

·         Increase media coverage to promote Plan Timor-Leste amongst communities, the public, government bodies and donors.

·         Contribute to Plan International’s Media Bank with quality stories and photographs.

·         Distribute case studies, pictures and films targeting potential donors and sponsors (locally, regionally and internationally) that demonstrate and highlight Plan Timor-Leste’s program priorities, achievements and the positive change felt from Plan’s interventions.

·         Build the capacity of staff to take quality photos and write quality reports and other documents as needed.

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ADRA Timor-Leste-Community Health Motivation Officer-CD 17 de Novembro de 2014

ADRA-TL

ADRA-TL

ADRA TIMOR-LESTE


ADRA Timor-Leste – Community Health Motivation Officer.

 

Purpose of position
To take the lead in improving attitudes and behaviours of rural communities in Viqueque district of Timor Leste on sanitation and hygiene practices using CLTS methodology by leading out in the community hygiene training programs and working with local female Community Health Volunteers.

 

Contract Period

12 months contract (1 month trial period) with potential for further 12 month renewal.

Starting no later than 19 January, 2015 or sooner if possible.

 

Role dimension

1.      Conduct training for hygiene and sanitation in partner communities using CLTS methodology.

2.      Contribute to the development of tools and materials for preventative hygiene and sanitation training programs.

3.      Contribute to the monitoring of hygiene and sanitation outputs and project activities carried out by local female CHV’s and field staff.

4.      Collate relevant information and assist with reporting requirements to the donor.

5.      Network and liaise with District Health Officers, as well as local health centres and clinics.

6.      Conduct hygiene and sanitation training in all target communities.

7.      Manage the team of local CHV’s with ongoing follow up visits in communities after the completion of training events throughout the life of the project.

8.      Undertake any other tasks that may be delegated by the ADRA Timor Leste Program Manager that are in keeping with the scope of the role.

 

Major challenges include working as part of a team, including collaboration with the Country and Field Offices, and engaging in continuous professional development and actively seeking to continuously improve program processes and outcomes.

 

Essential knowledge, skills and abilities

1.      Experience in training design, delivery and presentation.

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The Alola Foundation -CONSULTANT FOR THE ALOLA STRATEGIC PLAN- CD 14 de Novembro de 2014

The“Alola Foundation”

The“Alola Foundation”

 

ALOLA VACANCIES: CONSULTANT FOR THE ALOLA STRATEGIC PLAN

Applications close 5pm 14th November 2014.

The“Alola Foundation” is a non government organization, operating in Timor Leste to improve the lives of women and children. The organization seeks to nurture women leaders and advocate for the rights of women, our motto is “Strong Women, Strong Nation” and we have programs in Maternal & Child Health, Advocacy, Education and Economic Development. Alola Foundation is led by a Board of Management and currently moving towards a management team that is entirely Timorese led.

Currently we are looking for qualified persons to fill the following positions as: CONSULTANT FOR THE FUNDASAUN ALOLA STRATEGIC PLAN

More information, please click this link!
https://www.facebook.com/notes/fundasaun-alola/alola-vacancies-announcement/357927664386002

 

 

Terms of Reference

CONSULTANT FOR THE FUNDASAUN ALOLA STRATEGIC PLAN

I. Background

Fundasaun Alola (FA) was created to raise awareness of the widespread sexual violence against women and girls in Timor-Leste during the militia attacks of September 1999 and formed in 2001 by Kirsty Sword Gusmao, than first lady of East Timor.

Fundasaun Alola Is working with community groups and individuals, we currently fund programs to improve maternal and child health, create employment, promote women’s human rights, strengthen community development and improve the status of women across the country. All the program of Fundasaun Alola is work closely with the ministries and work in line with national priorities, Millennium Development Goals and international convention ratified by Timor-Leste.

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