Moris Rasik NGO – REGIONAL MANAGER (Vaga 1) – CD 07 de Maio de 2015

NGO-Moris-Rasik-Timor-Leste

NGO-Moris-Rasik-Timor-Leste

Assuntu           : Anuncio Vaga

Pozisaun          : REGIONAL MANAGER (Vaga 1)

Tipu Vagas     : Kongkursu Internal

 

MR loke Vaga External ba Pozisaun Rejional Manager (RM) nain Ida (1). Baze serbisu ba Rejional Manager nian maka iha Rejional Office Lahane Ocidental no hola responsabilidade atu kontrola Branch Aileu, Unit Maubisse no Unit Same (Municipiu Tolu).

 

Responsabilidade serbisu Regional Manager nian inklui:

  • Reprezenta Moris Rasik iha Terenu
  • Organiza Rejiaun atu sae boot, forte no hetan susesu
  • Serbisu iha Operations Manager nia okos no kordena ho diak ho OM hodi garante katak operasoens lao duni tuir regras no kriteria
  • Superviziona U/BM sira
  • Vizita Unit/Branch sira tuir planu nebee estabelese fulan-fulan. Haree sira nia dokumentus loos ka lae, no kompletu ka lae;
  • Komfirma iha Unit sira kona-ba sira nia Portfolio Outstanding, Savings Balance no osan fiziku iha Brancash nia laran.
  • Kontrola PAR
  • Kontrola uza Asets Moris Rasik nian iha Rejiaun
  • Prepara relatoriu ida nebee deit Rejiaun nian atu hatama ba Operations Manager, tuir informasaun ida nebee lo-loos no mo-moos;
  • Identifika nesesidades treinamentu ba staff Rejiaun nian
  • Hatama ba OM propostas ka ideias foun ba atu hadia diak liu tan operasoens iha Rejiaun;
  • Vizita centru sira tuir planu nebee estabelese fulan-fulan. Koalia ho kliente sira, esplika tuir Moris Rasik nia produktus, servisus, misaun no vizaun. Rona klientes sira nia komentarius
  • Verifika centru nia engkontru no prosedimentus tuir duni regras ka lae;
  • Kordena ho OM kona-ba SME Loans no mos Salary Loans atu kontrola Credit Officer sira nia serbisu. Haree sira halao serbisu tuir duni regras no kriterias ka lae. Haree sira uza Asets tuir duni regras no kriterias ka lae.
  • Tulun OM atu halo konsolidasaun ba relatoriu no mos informasoens nebee MD presija
  • Partisipa iha engkontrus nivel Manajementu nian
  • Garante katak instalasaun no Implementasaun MIS/BR.Net lao ho susesu
  • Kontribui ba Politikas no estratejias Moris Rasik nian
  • Iha Inisiativa no bele serbisu ho supervijaun nebee minimu
  • Baze serbisu iha eskritoriu rejional.
  • Pronto atu halo viajen bei-beik
  • Pronto atu halo tan serbisu seluk karik xefe sira husu

Kualifikasaun

  • Esensial
  1. Minimu iha Diploma Ensino Secundario ka Ensino Superior (Universidade)
  2. Iha Esperiensia Serbisu Minimu Tinan 3 iha Area Micro Creditu ou sebisu Financeiru seluk, liu-liu iha area Gestão no Akontabilidade.
  3. Bele halao serbisu ho Komputador iha Programa Ms. Word, Ms. Excel no Ms. Power Point
  4. Iha Surat Keterangan Kelakuan Baik (Karta Bom Comportamentu) husi DNRN
  5. Prontu atu hela no halao serbisu iha Area Rurais liu-liu iha Municipiu tolu hanesan Aileu, Ainaro no Same.

 

  • Importante:
  1. Iha Karta Konducão/SIM ba Motor.

 

Ba maluk Timor oan nebee iha Interese, bele haruka Ita-boot sira nia Aplikasaun (karta requerimentu, CV no seluk tan) ba iha Eskritoriu Moris Rasik nian iha Timor Plaza-Dili (Units 334/335 – 3rd Floor), bele mos liu husi Email ba; calistro@morisrasik.com ou bele telephone ba numeru Telemovel HP +670 77357850 iha Oras Serbisu nian.

 

 

  • Requerimentu Derizi ba Managing Director Moris Rasik ( Maria Aurora dos Reis).

 

  • Data hatama Aplikasaun hahu 23/04 – 07/05/2015

 

 

 

Dili; 23 – Abril – 2015

 

Calistro Oliveira da Costa L. Ec.

Administration Manager

Moris Rasik NGO – INTERNAL AUDIT STAFF (Vaga 1) – CD 30 de Abril de 2015

NGO-Moris-Rasik-Timor-Leste

NGO-Moris-Rasik-Timor-Leste

Assuntu           : Anuncio Vaga

Pozisaun          : INTERNAL AUDIT STAFF (Vaga 1)

Tipu Vagas      : Kongkursu External

 

Moris Rasik loke Vaga ba Publiku ho Pozisaun Internal Audit Staff nain Ida (1) atu halao servisu iha Head Office Timor Plaza Dili, no sei halo Viajen ba Municipiu hotu iha Timor laran tomak.

 

Responsabilidade serbisu inklui:

 

Actividade Lapangan/Centro:

  1. Atu hare no akompanha serbisu Field Staff iha Center Meeting bazeia ba sircular no mos proseduria centru inkontru, Disiplina Field Staff no mos disiplina Klienti nian iha sentru.
  2. Identifika no revista CDS, Voucher, Passbook, Loan Passbook, Deposit Pass Book inklui Disbursment Sheet no mos dokumentus seluk tan nebe mak iha relasaun ho serbisu Field Staff nian iha centru.

Atividade Eskritorial nian:

  1. Revista Dokumentus hotu iha Unit/Branch no Regional hotu hanesan Voucher, CDS preparasaun, Proposta, Relatorius hotu-hotu inklui PAR, Cash Flow, Trial Balance no seluk-seluk tan
  2. Revista transaksaun iha Voucher, CDS Collection, Summary Sheet no mos Transaksaun seluk tan hodi kompara ho Data iha Sub Ledger.
  3. Revista HBFT nebe mak halao entre Unit ka Branch, Regiaun ho Head Office, no mos Atividade Transaksaun nebe mak halo ho Unit komponente sira seluk.
  4. Fraud detection
  5. Follow up ba membro/Kliente
  6. Halo Relatorio ba Manager Internal Audit Moris Rasik
  7. Servisu seluk tan nebee maka Chefe sira husu atu halao

 

Kualifikasaun


Kualifikasaun

  • Esensial
  1. Minimu iha Diploma Ensino Secundario ka Ensino Superior (Universidade)
  2. Iha Esperiensia serbisu kona-ba Internal Audit nian minimu Tinan 3
  3. Iha Esperiensia Serbisu Minimu Tinan 3 iha Area Micro Creditu ou sebisu Financeiru seluk, liu-liu iha area Gestão no Akontabilidade.
  4. Bele halao serbisu ho Komputador iha Programa Ms. Word, Ms. Excel no Ms. Power Point
  5. Iha Surat Keterangan Kelakuan Baik (Karta Bom Comportamentu) husi DNRN
  6. Prontu atu hela no halao serbisu iha area rurais liu-liu iha Municipiu hotu iha Timor Leste.
  • Importante:
  1. Iha Karta Konducão/SIM ba Motor.

 

Ba maluk Timor oan nebee iha Interese, bele haruka Ita-boot sira nia Aplikasaun (karta requerimentu, CV no seluk tan) ba iha Eskritoriu Moris Rasik nian iha Timor Plaza-Dili (Units 334/335 – 3rd Floor), bele mos liu husi Email ba; calistro@morisrasik.com ou bele telephone ba numeru Telemovel HP +670 77357850 iha Oras Serbisu nian. Data hatama Aplikasaun hahu 23/04 – 30/04/2015

 

Requerimentu Derizi ba Managing Director Moris Rasik (Sra. Maria Aurora dos Reis).

Dili; 23 – Abril – 2015

 

 

(Calistro Oliveira da Costa L. Ec.)

Administration Manager

UN Women – National Consultant to support advocacy for the Ending Violence against Women Programme – CD 24 de Abril de 2015

UN-Women

UN-Women

 

TERMS OF REFERENCE
National Consultant to support advocacy for the Ending Violence against Women Programme

National Consultant_Advocacy for EVAW

National Consultant_Advocacy for EVAW

Details of TOR can be downloaded by click here=>: TOR_National Consultant_Advocacy for EVAW

Plan International in Timor – NATIONAL SPONSORSHIP MANAGER – CD 08 de Maio de 2015

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste    

VACANCY: NATIONAL SPONSORSHIP MANAGER

Plan offers competitive salaries and long-term career opportunities. Plan strongly encourages applications from women, and from people with disabilities.

 

This post is open only to Timorese citizens and to non-Timorese with rights/permits to live and work in Timor Leste.

Background. Plan aims to reach as many children as possible in Timor Leste with high quality child-centred community development programs. Child sponsorship, which relies on excellent and timely communications with Plan 12,000 individual Plan Sponsors, provides the financial foundation of all Plan’s work for children in Timor Leste.

 

Job purpose.  The National Sponsorship Manager will progressively take over from the International Sponsorship Manager to lead on sponsorship operations, manage the sponsorship team and provide strong guidance to the District Managers, Community Mobilization Officers, Community Volunteers, program staff and the Country Management Team to ensure:

  • Secure and substantial child sponsorship income 
  • Effective and efficient caseload management
  • Timely, high quality sponsorship communications

·         Close alignment of development and rights activities and sponsorship communications

 

Role  

·         Progressively takes lead on ensuring that Plan Timor Leste wins and retains a growing sponsorship income of $1.5m – $3m through quality and timely communications

  • Progressively takes on direct management of 10-15 sponsorship staff responsible for processing communication in the system
  • Eventually reports directly to County Director
  • Member of CMT
  • Member of Asia Region and global sponsorship networks
  • Progressively manages caseload and growth (from 12,000 to 20,000 Sponsored Children)
  • Helps align sponsorship, program and operations

Skills, qualifications, experience required

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SDV Logistic Timor-Leste – Credit Controller Officer – CD 24 de Abril de 2015

 

SDV-Credit-Controller-Officer

SDV-Credit-Controller-Officer

PositionCredit Controller Officer

Responsibilities

1. Follows up credit term customers;
2. Enquires cash term customers long outstanding and proposes action plans;
3. Reports weekly all issues for both cash and credit terms customers;
4. Runs the netting process (intra-group invoicing).

 

How to apply?

To apply for this opportunity, please forward your resume and accompanying application letter to Levi Guterres at l.guterres@sdv.com
The closing date for applications is the 24th of April, 2015 at 5pm. Only successful candidates will be contacted and late applications will be discarded.

Please download the complete TOR by clicking here –> Credit Controller Ad

Asia Foundation – Program Officer – National position (1) – CD 24 de Abril de 2015

The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste

The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste

        Job Advertisement

        Internally & Externally


Title                             : Program Officer – National position (1)

Program                     : HAKOHAK Polisia ho Komunidade

Unit                             : Timor-Leste Office

Reports to                   : Deputy Program Manager and Chief of Party

Contract Duration    : 5 months (until 30th September 2015), with possibility for extension based on the funding

 

SUMMARY OF POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

Works with Foundation staff on the HAKOHAK (HAMETIN KOOPERASAUN HAMUTUK POLISIA HO KOMUNIDADE) Program with primary responsibility for program management, implementation and reporting, monitoring, evaluation and grant administration.

Internal Foundation Contacts

Program, finance, and administrative staff in the Foundation’s Timor-Leste’s office on a regular basis; Foundation offices in San Francisco headquarters, Washington DC, and other field offices in Asia on an occasional basis.

External Contacts

Timor-Leste partner organizations, including NGOs and government agencies; Policia National Timor-Leste (PNTL); U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and New Zealand Agency for International Development (NZAID); other bilateral and multilateral donors in East Timor with police support programs.

 

REQUIREMENTS

Experience

  • At least two years of relevant experience Managing Grantee
  • Demonstrated work experience in implementation of international development programs in security, legal reform, or governance
  • Professional experience with an international NGO preferred
  • Knowledge of and experience with Timor-Leste government ministries and agencies, and NGOs Understanding of USAID and/or other international or government funding agencies
  • Demonstrated commitment to Timor-Leste’s development

Asia Foundation – District Coordinator for Bobonaro and Ainaro – National Position (2 Positions) – CD 24 de Abril de 2015

The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste

The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste

        Job Advertisement

        Internally & Externally

 

Title                             : District Coordinator for Bobonaro and Ainaro – National position (2)

Program                     : HAKOHAK Polisia ho Komunidade

Unit                             : Timor-Leste Office

Reports to                     : Deputy Program Manager and Chief of Party

Contract Duration     : 5 months (until 30th September 2015), with possibility for extension

based on the funding

 

SUMMARY OF POSITION

The District Coordinator shall work with the HAKOHAK program to ensure that all project activities within the district are implemented in an organized manner and all project outputs are met. The district Coordinator shall be an individual who is know to and respected by, the District constituency, the district PNTL, the district Administration/Sub Administration and must have significant exposure to the sucos. Preference will be given those based in the District. A university degree and proficiency in English will be distinct advantages. Constant travel to sucos is to be expected.

Responsibilities

The District Coordinator shall:

  • Assist the program team to introduce the project to the PNTL office, District and Sub District Administration Offices (DAO and SDAO) and the Suco Councils (SC).
  • Assist the program with PNTL to create and hold quarterly District Level Steering Committee meetings ensuring the involvement of the PNTL, District Administrator, Community Police Councils heads, as well as civil society and line ministry representatives.
  • Coordinate with PNTL and sucos to ensure the training and establishment of Community Police Councils (CPCs).
  • Provide logistical support for the full implementation of program activities in the districts
  • Assist and provide technical assistant to CPC activities in the district.
  • Coordinate the implementation of CPC meetings and activities, such as monthly action planning meetings, dialogues, and security grants.

Peace Corps Timor Leste – Request for Quote (RFQ), Professional Peace Corps Pre-Service and In-Service Training Services – CD 24 de Abril de 2015

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Request for Quote (RFQ), Professional Peace Corps Pre-Service and In-Service Training Services

Dear Prospective Vendors,

The U.S. Peace Corps in Timor-Leste invites vendors to submit a quote for services described in the Statement of Work posted on the US Embassy-Dili website: http://timor-leste.usembassy.gov/business/business-opportunities.html.  Peace Corps/Timor-Leste anticipates awarding one or more Firm Fixed Price Blanket Purchase Agreement(s) (BPA(s)) to qualified vendors whose quote(s) represent the best value to Peace Corps.  A BPA is not a contract, but rather a pre-contract agreement between the Peace Corps and qualified vendors that sets certain rates, terms, and conditions in advance so that the Peace Corps can create an Order/contract with one of those vendors more quickly should it be required in the future.

Background:

One or more times per year, Peace Corps/Timor-Leste holds Pre-Service Trainings (PSTs) for a large group of American Trainees (ex:  estimated 2015 group is 25 Trainees) before they are placed at their Peace Corps volunteer sites throughout the country.   An important part of this training is the provision of high quality instruction in Tetun Prasa to the Trainees and/or instruction in the local culture and customs of Timor-Leste.  Furthermore, one or more times per year, particular Volunteers are offered additional training of a similar nature during In-Service Trainings (ISTs).

In order to provide this instruction each year, Peace Corps/Timor-Leste requires a variety of professional staff to be available on a short-term basis to supplement longer-term Peace Corps staff.  The exact number of professional staff and/or the positions those staff will be occupying will vary each year depending, primarily, on the number of Trainees/Volunteers expected to attend a particular training.

PSTs typically will require professional staff to attend a Training of Trainers for three weeks and then be available to provide instruction to groups of approximately six adult Trainees for 4-6 hours a day, six days a week.  ISTs typically have shorter schedules.  At times, short-term PST/IST professional staff provided by the vendor under an Order under the anticipated BPA will be required to stay at the PST/IST site for the duration of that training (ex: in homestays, cluster villages, or hotels).  Detailed information on Peace Corps Training model and approaches can be found in the documents attached.

Each individual employed by the vendor to provide services to Trainees/Volunteers under any Order under the anticipated BPA must submit their resume; undergo an evaluation of their technical capacity; sign forms saying they will agree to abide by important Peace Corps rules and policies; and undergo and pass a reference and background check before being allowed to begin work under the Order.

Submission:

Please follow directions in the linked posting on The US Embassy website to submit your questions regarding this RFQ to Peace Corps no later than Friday, April 17, 17:00 (Timor-Leste time). Questions must be received by the closing date and time stated above.

 

Please submit all your quotes no later than Friday, April 24, 2015, 17:00 (Timor-Leste Time) in accordance with the instructions included in the linked posting. Quotes must be received by the closing date and time stated above to be considered. This RFQ in no way obligates the U.S. Government to award a contract, nor does it commit the U.S. Government to pay any costs incurred in preparing and submitting your quote.

This RFQ in no way obligates the U.S. Government to award a contract, nor does it commit the U.S. Government to pay any costs incurred in preparing and submitting your quote.

Thank you for your interest in the U.S. Peace Corps.

Peace Corps Timor Leste – Language & Cross-Culture Coordinator – CD : Position will remain open until filled.

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Date:                                     April 10, 2015

Closure Date:                     Until filled (Initial review starts April 20).

Position Title:                     Language & Cross-Culture Coordinator (LCC)

Salary:                                   Starting at $9,898.35   (includes family and transportation allowance + bonus) + benefits

Position Announcement

The United States Peace Corps program in Timor-Leste seeks a qualified and motivated candidate for the following full-time position:  Language and Cross-Culture Coordinator

The United Peace Corps is a non-political, non-religious organization, which will bring American Volunteers to Timor-Leste to be assigned to Districts to work with communities on development projects. 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 Language & Cross-Culture Coordinator will work as a member of the Program and Training Unit under the direct supervision of the Director of Programming and Training, duties include:

·         Provides expertise in Tetun Language and Timor culture training design for adult learners and leadership in implementing the design.

·         Ensures the quality of language and cross-cultural training and collaborates with other training providers to ensure language and cultural context is integrated into all training programs.

·         Oversees the design, implementation, delivery and smooth operation of language and cross-culture components in all Peace Corps trainings for its Peace Corps Volunteers and Trainees

·         Acts as the lead trainer, coordinator, and administrator responsible for all training project activities, budgets and logistics

·         Delivers language and cross-culture sessions

·         Responsible for directing, monitoring and evaluating Trainee and Volunteer learning and helping training staff prepare and modify sessions, based on learner feedback.

·         Provides support to the Program Unit by participating in the Host Families identification process for PVCs’ permanent sites and by facilitating orientation training for the selected Host Families.

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Mandatory Qualifications

Education:  University Bachelor’s degree in relevant field (such as education, international studies, psychology).

 

Prior Work Experience:

·         Minimum 5 years’ experience working in related fields

·         Working in training and training design or education settings, in particular with adult learners (highly desirable)

·         Prior experience working with Americans and/or experience living abroad preferred

 

Language Proficiency:

·         Fluency in both English and Tetum (written and spoken) is required, as is an ability to quickly and accurately go between Tetum to English, and vice versa

·         Ability to speak Bahasa Indonesian and Portuguese is desirable

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