US Embassy Dili-Cultural Affairs Assistant -CD 07 de Outubro de 2014

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US Embassy - DILI

US Embassy – DILI

 

The Embassy of the United States of America

 

Seeking an individual for the position of Cultural Affairs Assistant in the Public Diplomacy Section.

POSITION: Cultural Affairs Assistant, FSN-9

BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION:
The Cultural Affairs Assistant will serve as the Embassy’s Education and Alumni Coordinator and will be responsible for youth outreach and the development of an exciting new element of American presence and outreach in Timor-Leste: American Spaces. This position will be a key player in the effort to build and promote relations between the United States and Timor-Leste, particularly with the youth population. S/he will promote opportunities for Timorese youth to study in the United States, providing comprehensive and unbiased information, advice, and counseling on educational opportunities through individual and group sessions, email or phone. S/he will work to identify options to establish an American presence for outreach purposes with a local partner, develop and implement a plan for introducing an American Space program and oversee its operations. As Alumni Coordinator, s/he is responsible for promoting greater contact with and cooperation among alumni of U.S. Government-sponsored exchange programs as well as maintaining meaningful relations with alumni through a series of programs and outreach activities of his/her design that also serve to strengthen their understanding of American policies, values and society

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:
* Bachelor’s degree in liberal arts, business, social sciences or international relations field;
* Minimum two years of experience in academic environments, with significant responsibility for verbal and written communications, knowledge of academic resources, and providing a high level of interaction with students and professional staff;

* At least one year of relevant professional experience in programming activities or in U.S.- Timor-Leste relations;

* Level 4 (Fluent) Speaking/Reading/Writing in English and Level 3 (Good Knowledge) in Tetum;

* Must possess superior interpersonal skills to develop and maintain contacts among senior and/or up-and coming contacts across important sectors of society;

* Must possess strong oral and written communication skills, including advanced public speaking ability;

* Must be competent with MSOffice software, Facebook and Twitter.

* Experience with the U.S. educational system is preferred but not required.

WHO MAY APPLY: Local nationals or anyone with the required permits and documentation to legally seek employment in Timor-Leste.

HOW TO APPLY: Complete DS-174 (Universal Application for Employment). Application forms and detailed Position Description are available at the U.S. Embassy. Applicants may also attach a resume or CV that contains the same information as required in form DS-174. An attractive salary and benefits package will be commensurate with candidate’s qualifications and experience.

SUBMIT APPLICATION TO: Human Resources Office, Attention: Recruitment, American Embassy, Rua Praia dos Coqueiros Dili, Timor-Leste. E-mail: DiliHR2@state.gov or Fax: +670-3324684

CLOSING DATE FOR THE POSITION: October 7, 2014.

The Asia Foundation- Various Pocicoes-CD 03 de Outubro de 2014

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The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste

The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste


Ending Violence Against Women Program

Senior Program Officers (2 Positions)

Program Officers (2 Positions)

Program Assistant (1 Position)

 

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 is based on a design developed by DFAT. The program structure is aligned to the Timor-Leste Government’s National Action Plan on Gender-based Violence – covering prevention, support services, and access to justice.  It will also undertake research to support evidence-based programming.  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 have 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 and monitoring of the courts and cases, and strategic interventions in both the formal justice system and local justice mechanisms to support better outcomes for women and children.

 

The Foundation is currently seeking candidates to take on five EVAW program roles:

 

-          A Senior Program Officer for the Prevention Pillar

-          A Senior Program Officer for the Access to Justice Pillar.

-          A Program Officer for the Services Pillar

-          A Program Officer for the Access to Justice Pillar

-          A Program Assistant to support the Services Pillar.

 

All applicants are required to meet the following criteria:

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US Embassy Dili-Guard-CD 13 de Outubro de 2014

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US Embassy - DILI

US Embassy – DILI

 

The Embassy of the United States of America

Seeking an individual for the position of Guard in the Regional Security Section.


POSITION: Guard, FSN-2 (6 or more positions)

BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION:

The job holder will perform routine guard duties to safeguard United States Government (USG) personnel and property from known or potential threats that may be associated with trespass, crime and/or terrorism.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

·       Secondary school is required;
·       At least one year security or police or military experience is required;
·       Level 1 (Rudimentary Knowledge) Speaking/Reading/Writing in English and Level II (Limited Knowledge) in Tetum and Bahasa are required;
·       Must be able to use basic security equipment.

WHO MAY APPLY
: Local nationals or anyone with the required permits and documentation to legally seek employment in Timor-Leste.

HOW TO APPLY:  Complete DS-174 (Universal Application for Employment).  Application forms and detailed Position Description are available at the U.S. Embassy.  Applicants may also attach a resume or CV that contains the same information as required in form DS-174.

An attractive salary and benefits package will be commensurate with candidate’s qualifications and experience.

SUBMIT APPLICATION TO:    Human Resources Office, Attention: Recruitment, American Embassy, Rua Praia dos Coqueiros Dili, Timor-Leste.  E-mail: DiliHR2@state.gov or Fax: +670-3324684

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CLOSING DATE FOR THE POSITION: October 13, 2014.

CARE TL-HR Manager-CD 08 de Outubro de 2014

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CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

Internally & Externally

CARE International Timor Leste – CITL

 

Department / Project                    : Program Support Unit (PSU)

Position                                               : HR Manager

Grade                                                   : A+

Salary                                                    : From $1,326 per month plus benefits

Duty Station                                       : Dili

Report to                                             : Country Director

Contract period                                 : 1 year with possibility to extend

 

CARE is an international humanitarian organization, with a vision of empowering women and girls to fight poverty and bring lasting change to their communities. We work in over 80 countries around the world. We work with partners to achieve lasting results for marginalized communities.

 

CARE International Timor Leste (CITL) has been operating in Timor Leste since 1994. Its primary focus is long-term sustainable development projects in the areas of agriculture and drought preparedness; primary school education and children’s rights promotion; community health and nutrition; capacity building for local partner organizations and local and national government staff; urban community outreach and peace building; micro-enterprise and employment generation; and women’s participation and gender equality.

People are CARE’s greatest assets. The Human Resource Manager plays a key role in the strategic and operational management of human resources at CARE International Timor Leste.  As a member of the Senior Management Team, the HR Manager contributes to overall direction setting and management of the organisation and its staffing needs. The HR Manager then designs, develops and reviews policies, processes and programs to support achievement of CARE’s HR goals, mainly in the areas of attraction, retention, performance management and development of staff. The main responsibilities of HR Manager will include:

  • Oversee and coordinate transparent and effective recruitment and orientation
  • Ensure effective CITL performance management processes including annual planning and performance appraisal (APPA)
  • Manage and coordinate effective capacity building and training for CITL staff
  • Ensure understanding and compliance with the CITL HR Policy Manual
  • Oversee the development of appropriate HR policies for CITL
  • Manage the HR team and lead the HR function across CITL including all field office locations
  • Manage effective employment contracting processes
  • Manage and monitor the administration of leave and payroll processes
  • Ensure effective processes and systems for responding to grievance and disciplinary issues
  • Maintain appropriate records for all CITL staff
  • Establish and maintain a consultant register and policy
  • Fulfill the role of a CITL Senior Management Team member in accordance with the SMT terms of reference

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LAKON TAN-Lakon Ba Datolu, Futebol Timor-Leste Hakiduk Ba Kotuk, Futebol Timor-Leste La Iha Seriedade

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Timor-Leste U23 (2) vs (3) Maldives U23 - 22 de Setembro de 2014

Timor-Leste U23 (2) vs (3) Maldives U23 – 22 de Setembro de 2014

RESULTADU JOGO

 

SELECAO NACIONAL TIMOR-LESTE U-23

vs 

MALDIVES U-23

Iha ASIAN GAMES INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA

22 de Setembro de 2014

CARDNO PNDS -Finance Support Officer – PNDS Support Program-CD 03 de Outubro de 2014

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CARDNO-PNDS

CARDNO-PNDS

Finance Support Officer – PNDS Support Program

Job Reference Number

PC72

Job Type

International Development Assistance/Emerging Markets

Schedule

Contract

Job Location

Australasia; Timor Leste; Dili

Job Summary

​The Programa Nasional Dezenvolvimentu Suku (PNDS), or National Program for Village Development, is a new, nation-wide community development program of the Government of Timor-Leste (GoTL). Launched in June 2012 and valued at $300 million over eight years from 2014, it will contribute to rural development by funding the ‘missing link’ to services – basic village infrastructure – and provide jobs and training.

The Government is providing each village with an annual grant of around US$50,000 to plan, construct and manage their own small scale infrastructure projects.

An Inter-Ministerial Committee and a Technical Working Group, representing key ministries (Finance, State Administration, Health, Education, Agriculture, Public Works and the National Development Agency), have been established to oversee the implementation of PNDS. The PNDS Secretariat within the Ministry of State Administration supports these bodies and is responsible for the implementation of PNDS.

The Australian Government is assisting the Government of Timor-Leste to implement PNDS through the PNDS Support Program Phase II (PSP-II) managed by Cardno Emerging Markets.

We currently have a vacancy for the position of Finance Support Officer.

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CARDNO PNDS -Engineer Support Officer-CD 03 de Outubro de 2014

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CARDNO-PNDS

CARDNO-PNDS

Engineer Support Officer – PNDS Support Program

Job Reference Number

PC71

Job Type

International Development Assistance/Emerging Markets

Schedule

Contract

Job Location

Australasia; Timor Leste; Dili

Job Summary

​The Programa Nasional Dezenvolvimentu Suku (PNDS), or National Program for Village Development, is a new, nation-wide community development program of the Government of Timor-Leste (GoTL). Launched in June 2012 and valued at $300 million over eight years from 2014, it will contribute to rural development by funding the ‘missing link’ to services – basic village infrastructure – and provide jobs and training.

The Government is providing each village with an annual grant of around US$50,000 to plan, construct and manage their own small scale infrastructure projects.

An Inter-Ministerial Committee and a Technical Working Group, representing key ministries (Finance, State Administration, Health, Education, Agriculture, Public Works and the National Development Agency), have been established to oversee the implementation of PNDS. The PNDS Secretariat within the Ministry of State Administration supports these bodies and is responsible for the implementation of PNDS.

The Australian Government is assisting the Government of Timor-Leste to implement PNDS through the PNDS Support Program Phase II (PSP-II) managed by Cardno Emerging Markets.

We currently have a vacancy for the position of Engineer Support Officer.

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CARDNO PNDS -Field Coordinator Social Development-CD 03 de Outubro de 2014

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CARDNO-PNDS

CARDNO-PNDS

Field Coordinator Social Development – PNDS Support Program

ob Reference Number

PC70

Job Type

International Development Assistance/Emerging Markets

Schedule

Contract

Job Location

Australasia; Timor Leste; Dili

Job Summary

​The Programa Nasional Dezenvolvimentu Suku (PNDS), or National Program for Village Development, is a new, nation-wide community development program of the Government of Timor-Leste (GoTL). Launched in June 2012 and valued at $300 million over eight years from 2014, it will contribute to rural development by funding the ‘missing link’ to services – basic village infrastructure – and provide jobs and training.

The Government is providing each village with an annual grant of around US$50,000 to plan, construct and manage their own small scale infrastructure projects.

An Inter-Ministerial Committee and a Technical Working Group, representing key ministries (Finance, State Administration, Health, Education, Agriculture, Public Works and the National Development Agency), have been established to oversee the implementation of PNDS. The PNDS Secretariat within the Ministry of State Administration supports these bodies and is responsible for the implementation of PNDS.

The Australian Government is assisting the Government of Timor-Leste to implement PNDS through the PNDS Support Program Phase II (PSP-II) managed by Cardno Emerging Markets.

We currently have a vacancy for the position of Field Coordinator Social Development.

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GOOD NEWS-SELECAO NACIONAL TIMOR-LESTE Manan Brunei Darussalam ho Valor 2 – 0

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AFF Championship 2014 FUTSAL TL (2) - (0) Brunei Darussalam

AFF Championship 2014 FUTSAL TL (2) – (0) Brunei Darussalam

 

KONTENTE HO RESULTADU JOGO

 

SELECAO NACIONAL TIMOR-LESTE (2)

vs 

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM (0)

Iha AFF FUTSAL CHAMPIONSHIP 2014, MALAYSIA

 

19 de Setembro de 2014

 

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