CARE TL – Fasilitador ba Asesmentu Emergensia ( ERF Facilitator) – CD 10 de Fevereiro de 2016

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

Internally & Externally

CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL

Projetu                                                  : Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR)

Posisaun                                                : Fasilitador ba Asesmentu Emergensia ( ERF Facilitator)

Salario                                                    : Hahu $17.41 / loron ida

Periodu Kontratu                                                : Loron 14

Lokasaun Servisu                                 : Baze Dili

 

INTRODUCTION:

CARE nu’udar organizasaun internasional 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.

Rezumu ba Posisaun:

Fasilitador sei servisu iha ekipa ida no sei fasilita sorumutu iha komunidade hodi rekolha informasaun konaba impaktu husi elnino.  Nunemos sei responsabiliza masimu iha prosesu fasilitasaun workshop iha nivel tomak nebe planeia husi projetu.

  1. Responsabilidade Prinsipal:
  • Sei toma responsabilidade iha prosesu preparasaun workshop iha suco/Aldeia;
  • Sei responsabiliza masimu iha prosesu fasilitasaun workshop iha nivel tomak nebe’e planea husi projetu;
  • Sei demonstra utilizasaun metodologia CBCA no Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) hodi garantia partisipasaun maximu husi target komunidade feto no mane durante oragniza no fasilita eventu iha nivel baze.

 

  1. Planu no Administrasaun
  • Asiste DRR advisor iha prosesu preparasaun workshop atu observa implementasaun aktividade iha baze
  • Estabelese coordenasaun ho parseiru relevante atu hari’i relasaun nebe diak iha prosesu atu hetan partisipasaun tomak hahu husi inisiu to’o implementasaun remata;
  • Prepara planu servisu bazeia ba planu aktividade projetu liu husi koordenasaun ho DRR advisor;
  • Mantein no relata lista presenza no informasaun seluk ba parte Rekursu Umanu liu husi DRR advisor
  • Dezenvolve no kria ambiente servisu hamutuk nebe’e diak no garantia katak prosesu koordenasaun sempre mantein ho membrus ekipa projetu tomak
  1. Kestaun Koordenasaun ho Parseiru
  • Kria koordenasaun servisu hamutuk autoridade local iha suco no aldeia;
  • Komunika ho DRR advisor hodi kria koordenasaun ho parseiru relevante iha nivel distritu, sub distritu hodi organiza enkontru koordenasaun projetu atu koalia konaba issu relevante no atu justifika katak aktividade tomak nebe’e implementa iha koordenasaun nebe’e diak;
  • Representa CARE-projetu iha nivel distritu, sub distritu no mantein kontaktu ho parseiru tomak doadores liu-liu komunidade;

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CARE TL – Statistical Analysis Consultant (Review of Lafaek Learning Media Baseline Report) – CD 10 de Fevereiro de 2016

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

 

 

Terms of Reference

Baseline Statistical Analysis Review

February 2016

 

ToR Title             Statistical Analysis Consultant (Review of Lafaek Learning Media Baseline Report)
Duration              4 days
Location               Dili (or homebased)
Reports to           Shoaib Danish, Program Coordinator (Education)
Start date            February 2016

  1. Background

 

CARE

CARE is an international organization working to end poverty and social injustice and bring about lasting, sustainable change in communities. CARE works in over 80 countries around the world to help overcome poverty by supporting development projects and providing emergency relief. A non-religious and non-political organization, we know that achieving gender equality, increasing inclusive governance and strengthening community resilience are critical in achieving sustainable outcomes.

 

In Timor Leste, CARE’s goal is to improve the wellbeing and voice of women and girls in rural disadvantaged areas as we know they are the most disadvantaged members of society. We do this through our thematic priority areas of sexual reproductive and maternal health and rights, education, women’s economic empowerment and women’s voice. CARE uses a number of approaches including the Gender Equality Framework, engaging men and boys, working in partnership, robust monitoring evaluation learning and impact and a commitment to accountability and inclusion.

 

Lafaek Learning Media

The Lafaek Learning Media Program is a five year program implemented by CARE International in Timor-Leste with support from New Zealand Aid Program. The main goal is to contribute to improved learning outcomes for children and low literate adults, and supporting family wellbeing. The program marks a new phase of the Lafaek magazines series, initially started in 2001. The current Lafaek Learning Media is comprised of three magazines that are produced and distributed three times a year: Lafaek Ki’ik, a publication for pre-school to Grade 2 students; Lafaek Community Magazine to promote literacy and provide news to families and child caregivers and; Lafaek for Teachers to support teachers’ classroom management skills and provide a professional educators’ network.

 

CARE International in Timor Leste (CITL) has recently undertaken a thorough baseline study for this project, aimed to describe the relevant demographic and other characteristics of the sample, and to identify the current state of knowledge, attitude, practice and skills in a range of key areas relevant to the magazines’ content and intended audiences. In particular data has been collected to allow estimation of key metrics related to relevant knowledge, attitudes, practices and literacy and numeracy skill levels, and to test

 

associations of interest between key variables.  The baseline will provide valuable formative information for developing the project interventions.  The data will be compared with endline administrations of similar survey instruments to evaluate the changes that have occurred during the course of the program and assess the impact of the project. The baseline can be used by a wider audience to understand many aspects of the current state of education and development in Timor-Leste. Knowledge, literacy and numeracy results have also identified particularly weak areas for focus of future magazine editions. Information from the surveys allows program staff to have immediate feeback on the initial magazines from the main users to inform future content and improve distribution. Teachers in particular provided many useful suggestions for how editions of Lafaek could be useful to them in the classoom.

Six surveys were conducted during the baseline from June to September 2015 in all 13 municipalities:

  1. Community Household Survey to assess community members’ adult literacy and numeracy, and knowledge of community development and education issues (749 respondents)
  2. Teacher Survey to assess teachers’ knowledge and practice of teaching (262 teachers)
  3. Student Survey to assess students attitudes to school and home environment (823 students)

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CARE TL – Administration Assistant – CD 11 de Fevereiro de 2016

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

Internally & Externally

CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL

 

 Department / Project                    : PSU

Position                                               : Administration Assistant (AA)

Grade                                                   : F1

Country Office                                  : CARE International in Timor Leste (CITL)

Salary                                                    : From $281 per month plus benefits

Location of Work                                 : Dili Base

Position Report to                               : Senior Administration Officer (SAO)

Position Supervise                               : N/A

Job Description Prepared by             : Security & Administration Manager (SAM)

Date Job Description Update            : 2 February 2016

Date Job Description evaluated        : 2 February 2016               

Contract period                                                : 1 year

 

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.

 

People are CARE’s greatest assets. CARE international in Timor –Leste (CITL) ha s a diverse team of dedicated, talented professionals who work together to make a lasting impact.

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

The AA performs the reception function and assists the SAO and SAM in the day-to-day operations of CITL’s Dili office.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Reception/Communications

The AA will perform the reception function and manage incoming and outgoing communications under the supervision of the SAO.

  • Staff the reception desk at all times unless arrangements have been made with the SAO.
  • Greet guests in a professional manner and direct them to their destination.
  • Answer phones in a timely and professional manner and direct communications to their destination.
  • Distribute incoming and outgoing mail, in coordination with the SAO.
  • Maintain stores of official forms such as letterheads.
  • Prepare the monthly payments and procurement of communication usage such us: phone cards etc.

 

  1. Travel Management

The AA will assist the SAO to arrange travel for CITL staff and to arrange accommodation and transport for visitors to CITL.

  • Assist the SAO to book travel and maintain the Travel Tracking Sheet.
  • Assist the SAO to book accommodation for visitors.
  • Assist the SAO and in coordination with Supply Chain staff to arrange transport for visitors.

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CARE TL – Consultant – CD 10 de Fevereiro de 2016

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

Terms of Reference

El Nino Needs, Capacities and DRR assessment

February 2016

 

Title                       Consultant
Duration              30 working days (inclusive of travel time to assessment locations)
Location               Dili, Timor-Leste
Reports to           DRR Advisor
Start date            February  2016

  1. Background

 

  1. CARE International (CI)

CARE is an international 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 projects and providing emergency relief. We know that supporting women and girls is one of the most effective ways to create sustainable outcomes in poor communities. We work in over 80 countries around the world.

 

  1. CARE International in Timor-Leste (CITL)

CARE works to end poverty and bring about lasting, sustainable development in Timor-Leste. CARE places special emphasis on enhancing the roles of women and girls to assure their equality in society. CARE’s commitment to gender equality is outlined in the CARE International in Timor-Leste Gender and Women’s Empowerment Strategy (2013- 2018). CARE works with communities in Timor-Leste to ensure women and girls in disadvantaged rural areas have sustainable and measurable improvement in wellbeing and voice. In order to reach this goal CARE uses a number of approaches including the Women’s Empowerment Framework, engaging men and boys, working in partnership, robust M&E systems and multiplying impact.

Responding to humanitarian emergencies is an essential part of CARE’s work to fight poverty and injustice and we recognise that emergencies are a cause and effect of both. CARE Timor Leste plans to respond to the impacts of emergencies in a way that ensures women, men, boys and girls benefit equally and contribute to CITL’s efforts to promote gender equality across the country.

 

  1. El Nino Assessment

The 1997-98 El Niño was one of the strongest on record, with substantial effects such as major drought conditions leading to food and water insecurity. The 2015-2016 El Niño is projected to be of a similar scale to that of 1997-98. The most vulnerable sectors within affected countries are proving to be food and water security, and public health. Women and more vulnerable groups are particularly impacted.  Impacts in Timor-Leste are anticipated to extend into the next dry season from mid-2016, and beyond.

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Counterpart International – Governance Officer – CD 15 de Fevereiro de 2016

Counterpart International

Counterpart International

Counterpart International 

BA DISTRITO PROJECT

POSITION DESCRIPTION

 

TITLE: Governance Officer

LOCATION: Dili, Timor-Leste

REPORTS TO:  Governance Technical Specialist

DATE DUE:  February 15, 2016

START DATE: March 2016

DURATION: 12 months, renewable depending on funding and performance

 

SUMMARY:

Counterpart International is implementing the four-year U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Ba Distrito program. The goal of the program is to improve local government’s ability to address community needs and increase its capacity to deliver services more effectively, efficiently and sustainably.  The Ba Distrito program will partner with the Government of Timor-Leste in support of its efforts to improve services at the local level by strengthening the ability of institutions such as suco councils and justice sector agencies to engage with and represent the interests of citizens at the grassroots level. The goals of the Ba Distrito program are to 1) build the capacity of suco councils to strengthen citizen participation and representation in local governance, 2) improve communication and linkages of suco councils with district administration, 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) improve the capacity of electoral management bodies to administer fair, transparent and inclusive local elections and strengthen civic participation.

The Governance Officer will report to the Governance Technical Specialist and will assist in providing technical support to the implementation of good governance, decentralization and election activities including research and legislative commentary, analysis of local suco council capacity building activities, supporting national NGOs implementing grants, and supporting improved government communications and coordination efforts.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

·         Assists in the implementation of the Ba Distrito project’s governance, decentralization and election activities including engaging in research, legislative commentary, analysis, advocacy and support to national implementing NGO partners;

·         Participates in Working Groups and Consultations related to local governance, decentralization and elections;

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The Asia Foundation – Municipality Officer – CD 16 de Fevereiro de 2016

The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste

Improving Lives, Expanding Oportunities


Position Description

 

Title:                                     Municipality Officer

Program:                          NABILAN

Reports to:                      Deputy Program Coordinator – Prevention Pillar, NABILAN Program

Supervises:                                      None

Unit:                           Timor-Leste Office

Work Location:             Manufahi, with travel to Dili when required

 

 

SUMMARY OF POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

 

The Municipality Officer (MO) will work with both the Prevention and Supports Teams of the Nabilan Program. The MO is responsible for supporting and facilitating community activities and initiatives focused on preventing and responding to violence against women and children in Manufahi. The focus of this work will be developed through collaboration between The Nabilan Program and key actors in Manufahi Municipality, informed by policies of the Government of Timor-Leste, The Nabilan Program’s principles, evidence and research, and requirements of the donor (The Government of Australia), in particular a zero tolerance for violence against children and a strong focus on inclusion of people with disabilities.

 

The MO will be a key contact point for coordination and to facilitate linkages within the municipality, and also with national level. The MO will be a resource to the Municipality in terms of linking district-level actors with relevant resources, information and supports to implement the initiatives at community level. The MO will work together with other Nabilan staff and local actors to identify risks in programming and continuously monitor for these risks, and problem solve and address risks as needed. The MO will be responsible for implementation of program activities including facilitating workshops and trainings. The MO will represent the Nabilan Program in Manufahi. The MO shall be an individual who is known to, and respected by, key actors in the Municipality (in particular Municipal government, local leaders, MSS, SEM, MOH, PNTL, church representatives).

     

Background

 

The Asia Foundation (the Foundation) is implementing the Nabilan Program: Ending Violence Against Women, in Timor-Leste under a Grant Agreement with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). The program will began on 15 April 2014 and will run until 31 March 2018 (Phase 1) with an option to extend for an additional four years (Phase 2). The Nabilan 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 Nabilan 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 involves the government, in particular the Secretary of State for the Support and Socio-economic Promotion of Women (SEM), and civil society in designing, implementing and monitoring research based prevention projects. The Nabilan Program works 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 is grants to CSO service providers, and institutional strengthening support to the National Directorate of Social Development (DNDS) within MSS which is the program’s primary counterpart. The justice pillar supports the provision of legal assistance to women and children affected by violence and monitoring of the courts and cases, and engages strategically in both the formal justice system and local justice mechanisms to support better outcomes for women and children.

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ANP-TL – DUAS POCICOES – CD 12 De Fevereiro de 2016

ANP-TL

ANP-TL

DUAS POCICOES


Autoridade Nacional do Petróleo (ANP) hanesan orgaun ida ne’ebé responsabiliza ba maneija, regula, no kontrola atividade minarai iha Tasi Timor hanesan area konjunta ba dezenvolvimentu Petróleo no area esklusiva Timor-Leste nian. Agora dadaun ANP hakarak rekruta tan Profesional Timor Oan nain rua (2) ba pozisaun hanesan tuir mai ne’e:1. Re-anunsiu ba: Analista Ekonomia Petróleo (Petroleum Economics Analyst) Kandidatu ne’ebé manan iha vaga ida ne’e sei fornese apoiu analitiku ne’ebé relasiona ho projeitu ekonomiku ba Diretur Komersiu, fornese mos apoiu avaliasaun kontratu komersial iha diresaun komersiu nia okos no asumi responsabilidade ba iha komersiu no funsaun ekonomia iha ANP nia laran.

Kriteria Esensial:

    1. Kualifikasaun iha nivel universidade iha Departementu Finansas, Ekonomia, ka Kontabilidade.
    2. Iha esperensia serbisu iha disiplina ne’ebée relevante ho serbisu durante tinan rua.
    3. Timor-Oan ka sidadaun Timor-Leste;
    4. Fluente iha lian Inglês (hakerek, le’e, koalia no rona).
    5. Iha abilidade atu utiliza programa komputador hanesan Microsoft Office ho nia aplikasaun liu-liu kona ba Excel, no modelusoftware/aplikasaun seluk tan.

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2. Ofisial Jestaun no Kadeia Logística (Supply Chain Management Officer)

Kandidatu ne’ebé manan iha vaga ida ne’e sei estabelese ka komunika sistema aprovisionamentu no sei garantia sistema operasaun ba iha sistema jestaun kontrato. Sei serbisu hamutuk ho grupu Konteúdu Lokal hodi ezekuta funsionamentu no estratejia departementu nian hodi atinji objetivu serbisu Konteúdu Lokal nian iha ANP nia laran.

Kriteria Esensial:

    1. Kualifikasaun iha nivel universidade Merkadoria, Ekonomia, Jestaun ka Administrasaun.
    2. Iha esperensia serbisu durante tinan rua iha area aprovisionamentu no vantajem diak liu kuando iha esperensia aprovisionamentu iha organizasaun internasional inklui esperensia serbisu iha industira mina no gas.
    3. Timor-Oan ka sidadaun Timor-Leste;
    4. Hatene lian Inglês (hakerek, le’e, koalia no rona).
    5. Iha abilidade atu utiliza programa komputador hanesan Microsoft Office ho nia aplikasaun, Access database, Lotus Notes no hatene formatu media sira seluk.

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Ba ita bo’ot sira ne’ebé iha interese atu kompete ba pozisaun rua ne’e, bele haruka ita bo’ot sira nia dokumentus hanesan CV anexu ho sertifikadu Universidade (transkrisaun no Sertifikadu), Kartaun Eleitoral ka Kartaun Billhete ldentidade (BI), no inklui Cover Letter ne’ebé esplika ita bo’ot nia abilidade profesional ba pozisaun refere. Dokumentus hirak ne’e haruka ba iha Dirasaun Rekursu Umanu ANP nian ka liu husi karta elektronika/email ba iha: hr@anp-tl.org

Ita bo’ot sira nia aplikasaun no CV ka resumu tenki hakerek ho lian Inglês inklui mos lista pesoal nain tolu hanesan referensia.

Ba informasaun klaru liu tan kona ba kriteria esensial no termu referensia serbisu ba vaga rua ne’e bele kontaktu direitamente ba iha eskritóriu ANP nian iha Palacio do Governo iha Dirasaun Rekursu Umanu nian, ka kontaktu liu husi numeru telefone: 332-4098 ka email ba iha hr@anp-tl.org.

Vaga ne’e sei taka iha loron 12 Fevereiru 2016, tuku 05.00 loro-kraik. ANP sei kontaktu deit kandidatus sira ne’ebé maka pasa ona iha prosesu short-listing.

ANP promove oportunidade serbisu hanesan ba jeneru hot-hotu iha Timor-Leste. ANP investe makas iha Dezenvolvimentu kapasitasaun ba Rekursus Umanu.

Dili, 29 Janeiro 2016
(Edgar da Costa)
Gerente Rekursu Umanus no Formasaun

SOURCE: http://www.anp-tl.org/webs/anptlweb.nsf/vwAll/Two%20Job%20Positions

Banco Central de Timor-Leste (BCTL) – Various Pocicoes

 

BCTL

Banco Central de Timor-Leste (BCTL)

 

Vagas
 Vagas  Português  English
Cefe Gabinete do Governador / Tecnico
Técnico Gabinete do Governador
Técnico de Gestão de Risco
Técnico de Gestão de Investimento
Técnico Economia e Estatistica
Técnico Unidade de Informação Financeira;
     – Técnico Analista Financeiro
     – Técnico Cooperação
Técnico Supervisão de Seguros
Técnico de Licenciamento e de Regulação
Técnico Dezenvolvimento do Sector Financeiro
Técnico Proteção do Consumidor e Conduta de Mercado
Técnico Esquema de Garantia de Crédito
Técnico Supervisão Bancaria
Assistente Administrativo Gabinete Vice-Governadora
Assistente Departemento de Pagamentos
Assistente Divisão de Contabilidade
Assistente Departemento de Administração
Assistente Divisão de Tecnologias de Informação;
     – Database Administrator
     – Network Administrator
 Quick Link : Processo de Seleção BCTL !

 

SOURCE–> www.bancocentral.tl

USAID’S BA DISTRITO PROJECT – Espesialista Komunikasaun (CNE) (pozisaun nasionál) – CD 09 de Fevereiro de 2016

USAID

USAID

PROJETU BA DISTRITO

DESKRISAUN POZISAUN

 

Títulu Servisu

Espesialista Komunikasaun (CNE) (pozisaun nasionál)

Fatin Servisu

Dili, Timor-Leste

Data ikus aplikasaun

9 Fevereiru 2016

Tipu de Kontratu

Asistente Tékniku Kurtu-Prazu nian

Rekerimentu Lingua

Ingles no Tetun

Data Hahú

Fevereiru 2016

Durasaun kontratu

Fulan 8

 

SUMARIU:

Counterpart International implementa daudaun projetu Ba Distrito durante tinan-haat, ne’ebé hetan apoiu jenerozu liuhusi Ajénsia Estadus Unidus ba Dezenvolvimentu Internasionál (USAID). Meta husi projetu mak atu haforsa abilidade husi governasaun lokál hodi hato’o nesesidade sira komunidade nian no hasa’e ninia kapasidade hodi fornese servisu sira ne’ebé efetivu liu, efikásia liu, no sustentável liu. Projetu Ba Distrito parseria ho Governu Timor-Leste hodi asiste iha improvizasaun servisu nian iha nivel lokál liuhusi haforsa ba abilidade instituisaun nian hanesan konsellu suku no ajénsia sira setór justisa nian hodi envolve iha, no reprezenta interese hosi, sidadaun sira iha baze. Projetu mós suporta esforsu nasionál nian ba iha antesipasaun eleisaun suku nian iha tinan 2016, liuhusi apoiu ba Comissão Nacional de Eleições (CNE).

Ba Distrito buka hela Espesialista Komunikasaun ida atu ajuda ba iha CNE Timor-Leste. Espesialista Komunikasaun sei hasa’e kapasidade komunikasaun ba CNE liuhusi hala’o avaliasaun ida kona-ba CNE nia kapasidade komunikasaun agora daudaun; dezenvolve planu ida (ho rekomendasaun sira) atu haforsa kapasidade ida ne’e, no implementa planu ne’e; no dezenvolve no implementa estratéjia komunikasaun esternál nian ne’ebé espesifikamente foka iha edukasaun públiku ba feto-sira, juventude no ema ho defisiénsia sira kona-ba prosesu eleisaun nian, no informa ba públiku kona-ba sira nia direitu síviku nian.

Espesialista Komunikasaun sei suporta ekipa komunikasaun husi CNE atu:

·         Hala’o avaliasaun ida kona-ba nesesidade sira kapasidade komunikasaun nian ba CNE, no dezenvolve planu servisu hodi hato’o nesesidade sira ne’e;

·         Dezeñu estratéjia komprensivu ida kona-ba edukasaun sívika ba longu-prazu ba siklu eleitorál nian tuir mai iha Timor Leste, ne’ebé ho konsultasaun besikliu ho CNE

·         Implementa estratéjia komunikasaun sira, inklui dezenvolve no implementa planu ida ba servisu (workplan), no asegura katak atinje objetivu sira iha tempu ne’ebé diak

·         Fornese konsellu estratéjia komunikasaun nian ba CNE, kona-ba dezenvolve informasaun no produtu edukasaun sira hanesan halo video badak, poster, broxura (iha lianTetun)

·         Estabelese no mantein relasaun besik liu ho média lokál sira, no fornese informasaun ne’ebé loloos no tuir tempu (liuhusi aprovasaun CNE)

·         Asiste iha atividade promosaun komunikasaun nian inklui markasaun (branding)

·         Dezenvolve no implementa estratéjia média sosiál no relasaun esternu nian

·         Koordena publikasaun atividade hotu-hotu CNE nian, inklui jestaun konteúdu website nian, publikasaun materias, dezeñu no jere prosesu ba distribuisaun publikasaun sira

·         Aumenta kapasidade ba iha ekipa komunikasaun CNE nian no haree ba preparasaun hotu-hotu kona-ba produtu sira informasaun / komunikasaun nian

·         Fo suporta ba Ba Distrito nia programa iha rádiu komunidade no RTL kona-ba asuntu sira relasiona ho governasaun no eleisaun ne’ebé sei fo sai kada fulan

·         Monitóriza no avalia ba relatóriu atividade nian hotu-hotu,bainhira presiza

·         Desempeña ordem seluk ne’ebé fo husi Prezidente CNE.

 

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USAID’S BA DISTRITO PROJECT – Communication Specialist (CNE) (national position) – RFP – CD 09 de Fevereiro de 2016

USAID

USAID

BA DISTRITO PROJECT

POSITION DESCRIPTION

 

Job title

Communication Specialist (CNE) (national position)

Location

Dili, Timor-Leste

Application deadline

February 9, 2016

Type of Contract

Short-Term Technical Assistance

Language(s) required

English and Tetum required

Starting Date

February, 2016

Duration of the contract

8 months

 

SUMMARY:

Counterpart International is implementing the four-year Ba Distrito project which is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The goal of the project is to improve the ability of local governance to address community needs and increase its capacity to deliver services more effectively, efficiently and sustainably.  The Ba Distrito project is partnering with the Government of Timor-Leste to assist in improving services at the local level by strengthening the ability of institutions such as suco councils and justice sector agencies to engage with, and represent the interests of, citizens at the grassroots level. The project is also supporting national efforts for the anticipated suco elections in 2016 through support to the country’s Electoral Management Bodies (EMBs) to hold fair, transparent, inclusive local elections and facilitate civic engagement.

Ba Distrito is seeking a Communication Specialist to be seconded to the National Election Commission (CNE) of Timor-Leste. The Communication Specialist will increase the communications capacity of CNE by conducting an assessment of the organization’s current communications capacity, developing a plan (with recommendations) to strengthen this capacity and implementing the plan; and developing and implementing an external communications strategy that specifically focuses on engaging and educating women, youth, and people with disability about their civic rights.

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