CARE TL – Koletor Dadus (Pozisaun 30) – CD 25 de Maio de 2016

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

 

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

Internally & Externally

CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL

Projetu                                                  : LAFAEK LEARNING MEDIA

Posisaun                                                : Koletor Dadus (Pozisaun 30)

Grau                                                       : Daily Rate

Lokasaun Servisu                                 : iha distritu 13

Relata ba                                               : MEL DPM

Periodu Kontratu                                                : 24 Maiu – 30 Juñu 2016

 

CARE nudar organizasaun internasional umanitariu, nebe luta hodi hamenus kiak iha mundo,  nebe foka liu ba servisu hamutuk ho feto no labarik feto atu lori mudansa sustentavel ba sira nia komunidade. Nudar organizasaun non-religious nomos non-politikal, CARE servisu ho komunidade atu azuda kombate kiak liu husi asistensia dezenvolvimentu projetu nomos asistensia ba situasaun emerjensia. CARE fiar katak ho asistensia nebe fo ba feto sira nudar dalan ida nebe diak liu atu kria rezultadu nebe diak ba komunidade nebe sei mukit.

CARE ninia patrimóniu boot-liu maka ema sira. CARE Internasional iha Timor-Leste (CITL) iha ekipa oi-oin ho profisionais sira ne’ebé iha dedikasaun no talentu no serbisu hamutuk hodi fó impaktu ba tempu naruk nian.

Rezumu ba Posisaun:

Data kolektor sei Servisu iha ekipa ida no sei responsabliza ba data koleksaun nian. Data koleksaun ne’e sei halao iha eskola selesionadu iha Timor Leste. Sei uza material garavasaun, kestinario ba eskola, ba estudantes, nomos ba mestre/a. ekipa ne’e sei aloka no halo gravasaun ba informasaun husi estudante sira iha kada eskola no halao intervista ba direitor/a da eskola no mestre/a sira. Lista eskola nian, instrument no matadalan sei prepara husi LAFAEK. Peskizador sira sei hetan treinamentu husi LAFAEK.

Posisaun major responsabilidade inklui:

Ofisial koletor dadus (Peskizador) sei halo realtoriu ba Xefe da Ekipa (Team Leader) iha kampu nian.

  • Partisipa iha enkontru
  • Estuda no komprende instrumentu kolesaun dadus ne’ebe mak sei uza
  • Halao visita ba estudante sira tuir orariu ne’ebe mak determina ona ba kada eskola tuir diresaun no prosedur LAFAEK nian.

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CARDNO – Economic Development Coordinator – CD 03 de Junho de 2016

CARDNO-PNDS

CARDNO

PNDS Support Program–Economic Development Coordinator

Job Reference Number

Position no. PC80

Job Type

Locally Engaged Staff

Schedule

Contract

Job Location

Australasia; Timor-Leste; Dili

Job Summary

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

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

The PNDS Support Program currently has a vacancy for the position of Economic Development Coordinator

Objectives

The objective of this role is to support the PNDS Secretariat National Director and the nominated teams of the PNDS Secretariat and PNDS Support Program with the implementation of the Basic Economic Return Program (PREB).  During the year there may be other special projects which the Economic Development Coordinator may undertake during the year.  These projects can be agreed between Directora PNDS and PNDS SP Team Leader

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Entrega Ba – Nursing Project Officer – CD 31 de Maio de 2016

St. John of God Health Care

St. John of God Health Care

St. John of God Outreach Services

Hospital Nacional Guido Valadares, Bidau, Dili, Timor Leste

 

VACANCY: Nursing Project Officer

ELIGIBILITY: Timorese National

REPORTS TO: Nursing Development Program Manager

CONTRACT TYPE: Fixed Term

 

  1. PURPOSE OF POSITION

The purpose of the Nursing Project Officer is to:

  • Work closely alongside the St John of God Health Care (SJGHC) Nursing Development Program (NDP) specialist nurses/midwives, to facilitate a respectful and sensitive approach to HNGV nurses, midwives, patients and other health care providers, in line with the Timorese cultural norms and expectations.
  • Assist with the management and development of SJGHC NDP learning and development programs.
  1. ABOUT ST JOHN OF GOD HEALTH CARE

St John of God Health Care’s first capacity building program in Timor-Leste (East Timor) was established in 2004 with the goal of developing diagnostic pathology services across the country. In 2010 St John of God Health Care (SJGHC) commenced a Nursing Development Program.  Both programs have signed Memoranda of Understanding with the Ministry of Health in Timor-Leste to improve patient outcomes by developing the capacity of nurses and medical scientists working at the Guido Valadares National Hospital in Dili. The SJGHC team is a mix of skilled expatriate and Timorese nurses, medical scientists and support caregivers.

Our nursing and pathology programs have the scope to improve health outcomes on a national level.

  1. MISSION AND VALUES

Our mission and values are vital to all that we do in Timor-Leste. Our caregivers are expected to adhere to and promote these. This includes the following:

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Peace Corps Timor Leste – Technical Trainer for Health and WASH – CD 01 de Junho de 2016

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Vacancy Announcement

The United States Peace Corps program in Timor-Leste seeks a qualified and motivated candidate for the following short-term position (approximately 80-100 working days; starting in July or August):

Technical Trainer for Health and WASH

The United Peace Corps is a non-political, non-religious organization. The Peace Corps is an agency of the United States Government and was founded by President John F. Kennedy in 1961. General information about Peace Corps can be found on www.peacecorps.gov.

The Technical Trainer (TT) for Health and WASH is responsible for the design and implementation of a training course for Peace Corps trainees that is based upon the core competencies and the learning objectives for Peace Corps Timor-Leste Pre-Service Training (PST). Implementation of this training may include formal group training sessions, small group sessions, assignments to be completed both in groups and individually, facilitated sessions; practicum in the group of community, with youth groups, women’s groups and with local organizations; visits to local organizations/institutions, and post-PST ongoing learning assignments. The work of the Technical Trainer is under the management and direction of the Training Manager.

This is a contracted position and requires living and working fulltime at the central PST training site, with frequent travel to training cluster and/or Dili. The TT will be required to follow a six-day work week, with additional preparation time and activities in the evening, and on weekend and holidays.

The TT is an integral part of the Program and Training Unit (PTU) and must liaise between programmatic and training functions.  The TT must be fully engaged as a team member and should foster and develop personal and professional growth, celebrate accomplishments, promote best practices and consistently champion the efforts of Trainees and staff.

 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

*      Help create and implement Pre-Service holistic community-based and experiential adult training driven by Core Competencies and Learning Objectives, aimed at preparing the trainees for a successful start to the first six months of service, keeping in mind that this Pre-Service Training is part of ongoing training throughout Peace Corps Service;

*      In collaboration with the Program and Training staff, plan activities to support the learning objectives, help create/apply evaluation tools, and identify resources necessary to help trainees meet the training learning objectives;

*      Participate in the creation, preparation and facilitation of technical sessions;

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Peace Corps Timor Leste – Pre-Service Training (PST) Driver – CD 27 de Maio de 2016

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Peace Corps Timor Leste

 

Vacancy Announcement

The United States Peace Corps program in Timor-Leste seeks a qualified and motivated candidate for the following short-term position (approximately 75-90 working days; starting in July or August):

Pre-Service Training (PST) Driver

The United Peace Corps is a non-political, non-religious organization. The Peace Corps is an agency of the United States Government and was founded by President John F. Kennedy in 1961. General information about Peace Corps can be found on www.peacecorps.gov.

Position Summary: Under the supervision of the Training Manager, the driver provides transportation support to the training program and may occasionally be asked to support the team in administrative or logistical support. The driver receives guidance from and reports to the Training Manager and Director of Programming & Training. The PST driver will be required to follow a 6-day work week and may include some irregular work hours.

S/he assures that vehicles are properly maintained and operated according to Peace Corps and US Government guidelines, and manufacturer specifications.  In addition, s/he assists the Administrative & Logistics Assistant and the Training Manager with various support tasks as required.

This is a contracted position and requires living and working fulltime at the PST training site, with occasional travel to Dili and to cluster site.

 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

·         Drives vehicle on a daily basis as requested/scheduled adhering to all Timor-Leste and US Peace Corps regulations regarding the use of motorized vehicles and restricting such use to official Peace Corps business.

  • Manages logs on all vehicles to indicate kilometers driven, fuel purchased, and service required. Submits logs weekly to the General Services Unit and DMO for review.

·         Ensures the safety and security of all passengers (including the driver him/herself) and Peace Corps vehicles and property by adhering to driving safety and security guidelines including, but not limited to, wearing seatbelts, refraining from use of handphone, and no smoking.

·         Recommends maintenance and service needs to Training Support and General Services to ensure that vehicles are in safe and operable condition at all times.

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Peace Corps Timor Leste – Technical Trainer for Community Economic Development – CD 01 de Junho de 2016

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Peace Corps Timor Leste

 

Vacancy Announcement

The United States Peace Corps program in Timor-Leste seeks a qualified and motivated candidate for the following short-term position (approximately 80-100 working days; starting in July or August):

Technical Trainer for Community Economic Development

The United Peace Corps is a non-political, non-religious organization. The Peace Corps is an agency of the United States Government and was founded by President John F. Kennedy in 1961. General information about Peace Corps can be found on www.peacecorps.gov.

The Technical Trainer (TT) for Community Economic Development is responsible for the design and implementation of a training course for Peace Corps trainees that is based upon the core competencies and the learning objectives for Peace Corps Timor-Leste Pre-Service Training (PST). Implementation of this training may include formal group training sessions, small group sessions, assignments to be completed both in groups and individually, facilitated sessions; practicum in the group of community, with youth groups, women’s groups and with local organizations; visits to local organizations/institutions, and post-PST ongoing learning assignments. The work of the Technical Trainer is under the management and direction of the Training Manager.

This is a contracted position and requires living and working fulltime at the central PST training site, with frequent travel to training cluster and/or Dili. The TT will be required to follow a six-day work week, with additional preparation time and activities in the evening, and on weekend and holidays.

The TT is an integral part of the Program and Training Unit (PTU) and must liaise between programmatic and training functions.  The TT must be fully engaged as a team member and should foster and develop personal and professional growth, celebrate accomplishments, promote best practices and consistently champion the efforts of Trainees and staff.

 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

*      Help create and implement Pre-Service holistic community-based and experiential adult training driven by Core Competencies and Learning Objectives, aimed at preparing the trainees for a successful start to the first six months of service, keeping in mind that this Pre-Service Training is part of ongoing training throughout Peace Corps Service;

*      In collaboration with the Program and Training staff, plan activities to support the learning objectives, help create/apply evaluation tools, and identify resources necessary to help trainees meet the training learning objectives;

*      Participate in the creation, preparation and facilitation of technical sessions;

*      Assist in the organization and implementation of the Trainees’ practicum and project activities at cluster sites;

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The Asia Foundation – Municipality Officer (Re-Advertisement) – CD 31 de Maio de 2016

The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste

Improving Lives, Expanding Opportunities

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

 

JOB RE-ADVERTISEMENT

EXTERNAL & INTERNAL

 

Title                            : Municipality Officer

Program                    : Community Policing Support

Unit                            : Timor-Leste Office

Work Location         : Baucau

Report to                  : Senior Program Officer for Field Management and M&E Evaluation

 

 

SUMMARY OF POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

 

The Municipality Officer (MO) shall work with the CSP program to lead the institutionalization of community policing within the PNTL in the municipality. The MO shall ensure that the PNTL are leading all community policing activities in the municipality and have a strategy for adopting leadership of the Municipal Steering Committees and Community Policing Councils in the municipality from The Asia Foundation.

 

The MO shall develop and lead their strategy for transformation of policing approaches and governance structures within the municipality. The MO will represent The Asia Foundation at municipal level policing events. The MO will provide community policing policy advice to PNTL District Commander, Municipal Administration, local government and community leaders in themunicipality. The MO will develop a strategy for prevention of conflict, crime and other security risks, working with all stakeholders in the municipality to take responsibility for relevant prevention actions. The MO will conduct monitoring and evaluation of community policing activities in the municipality. The MO will ensure that program learnings will be implemented in the municipality. The MO will monitor the quantity and quality of resolution and referral of civil and criminal cases by Community Policing Councils, Suco Councils and Suco Police Officers at the Suco level.

 

The MO will develop quarterly and monthly activity strategy plans for activities required in the municipality. The MO will work directly with the PNTL District Commander and relevant PNTL officers to develop financial and reporting templates and management of community policing activities as relevant for the program. The MO will facilitate workshops on program learning outcomes to improve quality of community policing management and implementation for the municipality. The MO should be competent and confident to conduct trainings on program management and community policing strategies for PNTL and municipal stakeholders.

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Counterpart International -Program Coordinator – Elections (National position)- CD 30 de Maio de 2016

Counterpart International 

BA DISTRITO PROJECT

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Job title

Program Coordinator – Elections (National position)

Location

Dili with travel to project target municipalities if required (Baucau, Covalima, Ermera, Liquica, Oecusse)

Application deadline

May 30, 2016

Type of Contract

Employment

Language(s) required

Tetum and English required

Starting Date

June 2015

Duration of the contract

9 months, extendable depending upon funding and performance

 SUMMARY:

Counterpart International is implementing the four-year United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Ba Distrito project.

The goals of the Ba Distrito project are to 1) build the capacity of suco councils to strengthen citizen participation and representation in local governance; 2) improve communication and linkages between suco councils, administrative posts and municipal administrations; local GOTL line ministries and other providers of basic public services at the sub-national level; 3) improve the delivery of justice sector services by strengthening legal aid services and improving district court functionality;  and 4) to strengthen the capacity of Government of Timor-Leste (GoTL), in particular its election management bodies to hold fair, transparent, inclusive local elections and facilitate voter engagement in preparation for the national general election.

Counterpart International is working with the Technical Secretariat for Electoral Administration (“STAE”), the National Electoral Commission (“CNE”) to implement election activities to support inclusive voter and civic education.  Counterpart is also providing grants to national NGO partners to undertake a set of election related advocacy and awareness raising activities at the national and municipal level.  In addition, through its Electoral Municipal Coordinators based in Baucau, Covalima, Ermera, Liquica and Oecusse Counterpart is also directly implementing a series of election activities to promote more inclusive voter and civic participation in the election process.

Under the supervision of the Elections Component Manager, the Program Coordinator – Elections will undertake the following:

  

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

·         Coordinate the timely, effective and quality implementation of the project’s election activities in 5 municipalities and at the national level in accordance with the project’s approved Workplan;

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CARE TL – Field Officer-Community Engagement (Covalima 2 Position, Viqueque 2 Position)- CD 20 de Maio de 2016

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

Internally & Externally

CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL

Department / Project                    : Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR)

Position                                               : Field Officer-Community Engagement (Covalima 2 Position, Viqueque  2 Position)

Supervisor                                          : Deputy Project Manager/Project Officer

Grade                                                   : E1

Salary                                                    : From $384 per month plus benefits

Location of Work                             : Covalima or Viqueque

Position Report To                          : Emergency Project Officer

Position Supervisors                      : None

Date Job Description Updated   : 12 May 2016

Date Job Description Evaluated                : 12 May 2016

Contract period                                                : Until 31 October 2016

 

INTRODUCTION:

CARE is an international development and humanitarian aid organization fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities. As a non-religious and non-political organization, CARE works with communities to help overcome poverty by supporting development efforts and providing emergency assistance. We believe supporting women and girls is one of the most effective ways to create sustainable outcomes in poor communities.

The DFAT Humanitarian Partnership Agreement (HPA) agencies assessment identified lowland areas of Covalima and Viqueque as some of the areas worst impacted by the El Niño. In these areas a high proportion of population were experiencing either failed crops or less than normal production (due to delayed and reduced rainfall). Fifteen aldeias will be targeted in Covalima Municipality and five aldeias in Viqueque for this project. These aldeias have been identified to be impacted during the current crisis (particularly in terms of water supply and food security). The overall objective of this project is to have increased resilience to disasters and improved capacity to mitigate and respond to impacts of El Niño on their food security, nutrition and water management. The activities include community engagement sessions, distribution of materials and supporting water management in these aldeias.

CARE’s long term program will focus on women and girls in rural disadvantage areas with four priority areas: SRM Health and Rights, Women’s Economic Empowerment, Women’s Voice and Education.

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

The role of the Field Officer is to support all community engagement activities at the aldeia level including coordinating with the xefes and supporting the other field based members of the team in implementation of the project activities.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:

Project Planning

  • Support the Emergency Project Officer to develop an activity plan for the time period and ensure these are implemented on a timely manner
  • Take the lead role on liaising with aldeia and suco xefes, and other HPA partners to plan, coordinate and socialize the project activities

Project Implementation

  • Lead on delivering community awareness sessions around El Nino, food security, nutrition and water management
  • Support the procurement and distribution of materials in selected aldeias (e.g. seeds, water containers/filters)
  • Conduct MUAC screenings and refer malnourished cases for treatment
  • Oversee and manage works in specific aldeias (e.g. the construction of water ponds and water tank bases)

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