OXFAM- Deputy Program Manager – CD 05 de Setembro de 2014

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OXFAM-TL

OXFAM-TL

JOB OPPORTUNITY

Oxfam Timor Leste program is looking for a National positions for Deputy Program Manager (re-advertised). 

Oxfam offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits, which include health care and pension contribution, paid annual leave, study cost reimbursement and more.

 

Position

 

Scope  Position

 

Selection Criteria

 

 

Deputy Program Manager

 

Based in Dili  

 

Fixed term Contract until June 2016

 

Gross Salary  at Cat A

$ 1,019.85/month

 

 

 

The Deputy Program Manager is responsible to work together with the Program Director and the Program Manager to manage the integrated Community Led Rural Development Program and National Policy and Advocacy programs and lead a team of technical staff to strengthen mainstreaming of advocacy, gender, DRR, livelihood strategies and literacy.

  • Relevant university degree or equivalent education and professional experience.
  • Technical skills in one or more fields of relevance related to the Oxfam program – emergency response, gender, livelihoods, literacy, and disaster risk reduction.
  • Experience in working with civil society organizations and in strengthening their capacities, both in program effectiveness and in organizational development.
  • Experience in developing programs and integrating different program thematic areas desirable
  • Experience in managing staff and programs.
  • Experience in facilitating learning processes and training.
  • Successful experience in policy level advocacy work on issues of relevance to the Oxfam program desired
  • Good written and oral communication skills in English, Tetum and/or Bahasa Indonesian.

 

  

To Apply:  Request a detailed position description and Application Form from Benigna Martins, Human Resources Manager, by e-mailing her benignam@oxfam.org.au , calling

670-331-2605 or obtaining from the Oxfam office at Rua Jacinto Candido, Bidau Akadiru Hun, Dili, Timor-Leste. Please note that only applications submitted on our Application Form and received by 5:00PM Friday, 5 Sept 2014 will be accepted.  They can be sent to above e-mail address, mailed to P.O. Box 152, Dili, and Timor-Leste or delivered to the Dili office.

 

Women are encouraged to apply.

Only Short Listed Applicants will be contacted

Bolsa de Istudu-Chevening in Timor Leste-CD 15 de Novembero de 2014

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Chevening Scholarship in Timor-Leste

Chevening Scholarship in Timor-Leste

Chevening in Timor Leste

Chevening Timor-Leste

Chevening Timor-Leste

Applications for 2015/2016 Chevening Scholarships in Timor-Leste are now open, and will close on 15 November at 23:59 GMT.

Chevening Scholarships are awarded to talented professionals who are potential future leaders, decision-makers and opinion formers.  The scholarships not only offer financial support to study for a Master’s degree at the UK’s leading universities, but the opportunity to become part of an influential and highly regarded global network.

The following awards are available in Timor-Leste

What can I study?

For Chevening Timor-Leste Scholarships, we accept applications from a wide range of subject areas, and particularly welcome applications in the following fields:

  • Conflict Resolution/Prevention
  • Justice Sector Reform
  • Economic Diversification

What does a Chevening Scholarship in Timor-Leste include?

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Handicap International-Project Officer (Liquiça)-CD 08 de Setembro de 2014

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Handicap International

Handicap International

ANÚNSIA VAGA

Handicap International, is an International NGO specialised in the field of disability and development with objective to support people in situations of disability or vulnerability, whatever may be the cause and the environment underlying that situation (extreme poverty, exclusion, deficient social and health systems, serious violation or denial of basic rights, natural disasters, violence and armed conflict). For more information on Handicap International please visit web site at www.handicap-international-id.org

Handicap International (HI) implemented in 2011 a comprehensive assessment process on disability and inclusion in Timor-Leste. It involved DPOs (Disabled People Organizations) established in Timor Leste as well as local and international NGOs (Non Governmental Organizations) working for People with Disability (PWD). The National Directorate for Social Assistance of the Ministry of Social Solidarity (MSS) in charge of the inclusion of persons with disabilities at national level as well as the Inclusive Education Unit of the Ministry of Education were also consulted.

 

On the basis of this process and with the formal recommendation of MSS, HI initiated action through the “Advocating for change” project in two domains:

  • The first is the design, in close collaboration with MSS, of a technical support process for the elaboration of a National Action Plan on Disability supporting the implementation of the National Policy for the Inclusion and Promotion of the Rights of Persons with Disability, approved by the Council of Ministries in May 2012.
  • The second is the immediate launching of capacity-building activities for DPOs to become active counterparts for MSS in the implementation of the National Action Plan on Disability.

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Handicap International-Project Manager-CD 08 de Setembro de 2014

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Handicap International

Handicap International

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Handicap International, is an International NGO specialised in the field of disability and development with objective to support people in situations of disability or vulnerability, whatever may be the cause and the environment underlying that situation (extreme poverty, exclusion, deficient social and health systems, serious violation or denial of basic rights, natural disasters, violence and armed conflict). For more information on Handicap International please visit web site at www.handicap-international-id.org

Handicap International (HI) implemented in 2011 a comprehensive assessment process on disability and inclusion in Timor-Leste. It involved DPOs (Disabled People Organizations) established in Timor Leste as well as local and international NGOs (Non Governmental Organizations) working for People with Disability (PWD). The National Directorate for Social Assistance of the Ministry of Social Solidarity (MSS) in charge of the inclusion of persons with disabilities at national level as well as the Inclusive Education Unit of the Ministry of Education were also consulted.

 

On the basis of this process and with the formal recommendation of MSS, HI initiated action through the “Advocating for change” project in two domains:

  • The first is the design, in close collaboration with MSS, of a technical support process for the elaboration of a National Action Plan on Disability supporting the implementation of the National Policy for the Inclusion and Promotion of the Rights of Persons with Disability, approved by the Council of Ministries in May 2012.
  • The second is the immediate launching of capacity-building activities for DPOs to become active counterparts for MSS in the implementation of the National Action Plan on Disability.

 

In 2013, with the active participation of 9 ministries and civil society, and the technical support from Handicap International, , MSS completed the elaboration of the National Action Plan on Disability 2014-2018. The Action Plan was validated by all ministries and starts to be implemented through their sectoral plans and budgets in 2014. Simultaneously, Disabled Persons Organizations and local NGOs, worked together to identify and collect good practices for the inclusion of persons with disabilities, and use them to advocate for the effective implementation of the National Action Plan.

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Handicap International-Project Officer (Dili)-CD 08 de Setembro de 2014

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Handicap International

Handicap International

ANÚNSIA VAGA

Handicap International, is an International NGO specialised in the field of disability and development with objective to support people in situations of disability or vulnerability, whatever may be the cause and the environment underlying that situation (extreme poverty, exclusion, deficient social and health systems, serious violation or denial of basic rights, natural disasters, violence and armed conflict). For more information on Handicap International please visit web site at http://www.handicap-international-id.org
Handicap International (HI) implemented in 2011 a comprehensive assessment process on disability and inclusion in Timor-Leste. It involved DPOs (Disabled People Organizations) established in Timor Leste as well as local and international NGOs (Non Governmental Organizations) working for People with Disability (PWD). The National Directorate for Social Assistance of the Ministry of Social Solidarity (MSS) in charge of the inclusion of persons with disabilities at national level as well as the Inclusive Education Unit of the Ministry of Education were also consulted.

On the basis of this process and with the formal recommendation of MSS, HI initiated action through the “Advocating for change” project in two domains:
•    The first is the design, in close collaboration with MSS, of a technical support process for the elaboration of a National Action Plan on Disability supporting the implementation of the National Policy for the Inclusion and Promotion of the Rights of Persons with Disability, approved by the Council of Ministries in May 2012.
•    The second is the immediate launching of capacity-building activities for DPOs to become active counterparts for MSS in the implementation of the National Action Plan on Disability.

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CARE TL-ADVERTISING-CD 28 de Agosto de 2014

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CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

ADVERTISING

 

CARE International in Timor-Leste

National Consultant/ Consulting Firm 

Organization of the First Climate Change Adaptation Conference

 

CARE International in Timor-Leste on behalf Climate Change Adaptation Working Group (CCA-WG), is looking for an individual consultant or a firm (Timor-Leste nationals, residents or legally registered firms) to organize the First Conference of Climate Change Adaptation: “Learning from each other on how to adapt to climate change”

Individual consultants or firms with proven experience organizing workshops, conferences and/or events, are invited to submit your candidacy. For more information about the scope of the consultancy, please request the TORs from the following e mail address: mirko.gamezarias@careint.org

The interested consultants or firms should prepare a brief technical and financial proposal (max 2 pages) and submit it together with their personal or institutional CV to the same e mail address (mirko.gamezarias@careint.org) or at CARE International in Timor-Leste (MAKA’As Project) offices in Bairo Pite, before or on Thursday, 28th of August, 2014.

Only proposals from the individuals or firms that request and respond to the TOR will be considered.

 

Paz y Desarrollo -Communication Officer- CD 31 de Agosto de 2014

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Paz y Desarrollo

Paz y Desarrollo

Vacancy Announcement

Communication Officer

Regional Program to Promote Gender Equality in Political Participation in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Philippines, Timor-Leste and Vietnam

About Paz y Desarrollo (PyD)

Paz y Desarrollo – Peace and Development – is a Non Governmental Development Organization founded in 1991 in Córdoba, Spain.  Over its more than 20 years of work, Paz y Desarrollo has put in place more than 780 International Cooperation projects and programs in 35 countries across Asia, Latin America and Africa, seeking to improve women and men’s capacities and to ensure the sustainable development of communities. Paz y Desarrollo is a secular, non-political organization committed to promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment throughout its scope of activities.

About the Project:

The Regional Program to Promote Gender Equality in Political Participation in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Philippines, Timor-Leste and Vietnam aims to contribute to the realization of women’s political and civil rights by supporting initiatives that promote equal participation of women and men in good governance and democracy. This project is based on three main axes: 1) Support regional and national initiatives that serve as forums for debate and analyses among women duty-bearers, rights-holders, and moral bearers, 2) Strengthen good governance, promote women’s participation at different levels of public administration, and, incorporate gender equality in the political agenda, 3) Encourage initiatives on citizenship-building which promote women’s rights to political and civil participation. PyD Timor-Leste works in collaboration with various actors: Government, Civil Society, and International Organizations. The project is funded by AECID.

Main responsibilities:

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World Vision Timor Leste-VARIOUS POSICOES) -CD 21 e 28 de Agosto de 2014

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World Vision Timor-Leste

World Vision Timor-Leste

Positions available in World Vision Timor-Leste are advertised on this site. Currently there are three job vacancies in Bobonaro district and two in Baucau district.

TECHNICAL FACILITATORS, BACC AND BFSED – BOBONARO (2 POSITIONS)

Purpose of positions
The purpose of these technical facilitator positions is to ensure that the Bobonaro Acts Against Climate Change (BACC) project and the Bobonaro Food Security and Economic Development (BFSED) project are implemented, monitored and evaluated effectively, and are technically sound, based on the project design and budget.

Major responsibilities

  • Project Implementation
  • Building Relationships
  • Technical Quality Assurance
  • Program Design, Monitoring and Evaluation (DME)
  • General Responsibilities.

Required knowledge, skills, abilities

  • University degree in a relevant technical field (eg, development, agriculture)
  • Good presentation and communication skills for a number of different audiences
  • Proven time management and organisational skills
  • Literacy in Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Fluent in Indonesian and Tetun, and preferably in the local dialect in area where you are serving
  • Ability to ride a motorbike and have the license or willingness to learn this
  • A minimum two years of appropriate professional experience
  • Be willing to work in a team environment, collaborate with staff in other district offices, and travel and stay overnight at project sites (about 75% of the time).

LOGISTICS ASSISTANT – BOBONARO (1 POSITION)

Purpose of position
To assist in the management and oversight of logistics for the Bobonaro Area Program.

Role dimension
Tasks include

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WaterAid- Technical Officer (TL National Position) -CD 27 de Agosto de 2014

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WaterAid-TL Office

WaterAid-TL Office

Vacancy Announcement

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

Job Title: Technical Officer (TL National Position)
 

Place of Work:

 

Same, Manufahi District, Timor-Leste

 

Capacity:

 

Hours:

 

Full time

 

40 hours/week

 

Reports to:

 

Programme Manager

 

Start date:                                 Approx.8thSeptember 2014

 

Explanation of Role

WaterAid is an international NGO dedicated to the provision of safe domestic water, sanitation and hygiene education to the world’s poorest people. We work with local partners to help communities access safe water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). And we use our experience and research to influence decision-makers to do more to provide these vital services. WaterAid has been working in Timor-Leste since 2005 and our vision is that all Timorese should have access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene by 2030. WaterAid is able to provide great training and educational opportunities, good working conditions, and the opportunity to join a highly motivated and award winning team.

 

This position involves supporting WaterAid’s water project work with local NGOs and organisations, with a particular emphasis on monitoring and capacity building partner NGO staff to deliver effective WASH, particularly water, projects. The position supports WaterAid’s strategic objective of supporting local partner organisations and service providers in developing their capacity to deliver effective WASH related water and sanitation projects. This position will be based in Same, Manufahi District and will involve travel to rural communities on a daily basis as well as occasional travel to Dili or other district.

 

 

Key Accountabilities

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CARDNO PNDS Support Program – Assets and Facilities Officer – CD 22 de Agosto de 2014

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CARDNO-PNDS

PNDS – Assets and Facilities Officer

Job Reference Number

Position No. SS20

Job Type

International Development Assistance/Emerging Markets

Schedule

Fixed Term

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 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. A 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 (PSP2) managed by Cardno Emerging Markets.
We currently have a vacancy for the position of Assets and Facilities Officer.

Key Responsibilities

​The key responsibilities of the Assets and Facilities Officer will be to: