CARE TL – Security Officer – CD 20 de Abril de 2017

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

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Internally & Externally

CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL

Department / Project                       : Program Support Unit (PSU)

Position                                  : Security Officer

Supervisor                              : Operation Director (OD)

Grade                                      : D1

Salary                                      : From $546 per month plus benefits

Location of Work                  : Dili Base

Position Report To                : OD

Contract period                     One year with possibility Extension

 

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.

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 purpose of the Security Officer position is to secure the management of the Dili office and guards. In addition, assist the OD in providing support in terms of the safety and security to the CITL team and its operation.

This position is based in Dili, with possible travel required to other field offices.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide safety and security briefings as required prior to staff deployment to the area;
  • Assist the OD to conduct safety checks on vehicles and ensure they are operating in accordance to the CITL standard operating procedures;
  • Provide national staff security orientation in the absence of OD;

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Peace Winds Japan – (Program/Assistant Coordinator – 2 Positions)- CD 17 de Abril de 2017

Peace Winds JapanP e a c e    W i n d s    J a p a n in Timor-Leste

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

 

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

(Program/Assistant Coordinator – 2 Positions)

 

 

About the Organization

In 1999, the popular referendum in East Timor on independence from Indonesia led to massive violence, displacing many people internally in the area. In response, Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) provided medical assistance as well as food, shelter materials, and daily commodities to those displaced in the capital Dili and Liquiça District. In order to meet the needs of people at the time of their struggle, PWJ remained in East Timor and implemented various activities including housing projects and livelihood assistance. Since East Timor gained independence in 2002, PWJ has been providing technical support for coffee farmers in Ermera and Liquiça District and selling their products in Japan, U.S.A, Australia and Taiwan under a fair-trade system.

We are looking for competent Program/Assistant Coordinators – 1-2 positions to undertake a variety of administrative and program management tasks. You will help in planning and organizing programs and activities as well as carry out important operational duties.

Responsibilities

  • Planning, coordination of a program and export activity;
  • Ensure implementation of policies and practices;
  • Help build positive relations within the team and external parties of organization;
  • Prepare paperwork and order material regarding exportation activities;
  • Keep updated records and create reports or proposals to General Coordinator; and,
  • Support growth and program development of organization.

 

Requirement

  • Bachelor degree in Agriculture, Economic, Science or equivalent;
  • Ability working as a team;
  • Have at least 2 year experience in similar position;
  • Strong interpersonal skill and organize skill;
  • Fluently speak English, Tetun and Bahasa, Portugues (not essential);
  • Willing to travel to the districts; and,
  • Willing to drive vehicle (motorcycle/car) with a valid license.

 

Please submit your Cover Letter (addressed to Director of PWJ),Detailed Resume (CV) and copies of Related Documents to Peace Winds Japan Office in Rua Ribeira de Maloa, Tuana Laran, Aldeia Matua, Suco Vila-Verde or email to: resources.pwjtl@gmail.com; Closing date is 17th April  2017 at 05:00 PM.

Please note: the application which sent after the specified time will not be tolerated.

For the further information, please contact to (+670) 7805-7990 (only on Working Time at 08:00AM-05:00PM – Monday-Friday).

Partnership for Human Development – Deputy Team Leader – Operations – 17 de Abril de 2017

Deputy Team Leader – Operations

·       Based in Dili, Timor-Leste

·       Full-time position for 1 year with possibility of extension

The Program

The Partnership for Human Development (PHD) represents Australia’s long-term vision for enhancing human development in Timor Leste. It brings together the Australian Embassy’s (Timor-Leste) diverse activities in health, education, water, sanitation, nutrition, gender equality, disability and social protection into a single program to maximise effectiveness, relevance and performance. This investment in Timor-Leste will work towards Strategic Objective 2 of Australia’s Timor-Leste Aid Investment Plan: enhancing human development. Improved human development will ensure that coming generations of Timorese people are better able to lead, contribute to and benefit from their nation’s economic and social development.

The Position

The Deputy Team Leader – Operations will have the primary responsibility of establishing, implementing and managing operational and corporate services. This leadership position will be an effective team member of the PHD Executive and Senior Management team in the overall management of the PHD program and lead the PHD operations team including HR, finance, grants, procurement, fleet, security, information technology, events, translation and communications. This role will support a coherent, adaptable and effective portfolio of technical interventions and strategically aligned with the PHD work plan and program outcomes.

The successful candidate will bring a unique blend of operational expertise in the development sector and program management experience in an international development context, preferably in South East Asia. We are seeking an experienced program specialist with proven results in managing operational teams, and maintaining quality assurance in multi-sectoral international development programs who has exceptional relationship management skills. The incumbent must be able to work with a diverse range of stakeholders, and be able to lead and inspire a team to deliver technical excellence in program implementation.

This is a pivotal leadership position to ensure the program’s quality, impact, cohesion and sustainability. The incumbent will contribute to the program’s overall management as a key member of the PHD Executive and Senior Management team.

The PHD Program is a 5 year program.  The position is available for 12 months duration with the possibility of extension based on individual performance, approval of program budget and alignment with ongoing program work plan.

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IOM – Duas Pocicoes – CD 17 de Abril de 2017

IOM

IOM

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

                                               

No. Position TOR/ Application Form
1. Project Assistant SVN.2017.001 Project Assistant
2 Radiology Technician SVN.2017.002 Radiology Technician
 3  Personal History Form  Personal History Form

 

Partnership for Human Development – Operations & Logistics Coordinator – 24 de Abril de 2017

Operations & Logistics Coordinator

·         1 year fixed term contract

·         Based in Dili, Timor-Leste

 

The Program

The Australia Timor-Leste Partnership for Human Development (PHD) supports the Government of Timor-Leste’s Strategic Development Plan 2011-2030 and reflects Australia’s commitment to work in partnership with Timor-Leste to enhance human development over the next decade. PHD’s vision is to support the people and Government of Timor-Leste to build and sustain healthy, educated and prosperous individuals and communities, who live with dignity and determine their own future. PHD brings together, under one program, what were previously eight separate Australian Government investments in health, education, sanitation, water, nutrition, gender equality, disability and social protection.

 

The Position

The Operations & Logistics Coordinator will oversee and coordinate the operational teams and services provides by Office & Administration services and Fleet & Assets. The Coordinator will manage and support the capacity development of the Office & Administration Coordinator and Fleet & Assets Manager to ensure smooth running of related operational services. The position will also provide assistance with some financial support functions.

The ideal candidate will have:

·         Relevant experience in managing operational functions for an international development program

·         Direct experience in coordinating Office and Administration services and Fleet and Assets, together with practical knowledge in supporting the capacity development of operational teams

·         Strong interpersonal skills with ability to work with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders in in a cross cultural context.

 

Further Information and How to Apply

A detailed position description can be viewed online via this link  http://abtjta.turborecruit.com.au/job/jobDetailsPreview.cfm?id=984707

Applications can be lodged through PHD Human Resources email hr@phd.tl – Please insert the job title in the email subject heading. All applications are to include a current CV and cover letter addressing the key selection criteria.

Closing date: Monday 24 April 2017 (11pm Timor-Leste)

Abt Associates

Abt Associates is a recognised leader in the international development sector. Working with our many partners, Abt Associates implements bold innovative solutions to improve the lives of the community and deliver valued outcomes for our clients. We provide a comprehensive range of services from policy to service delivery in the public and private sectors contributing to long term benefits for clients and communities. Operating in remote and challenging environments, we offer innovative solutions, extensive experience in the region, strong technical capacity, and a proven project management track record. We are committed to gender equity in our employment strategies and encourage applications from capable women. Abt Associates is a child safe organisation and promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.

Human Resource | Partnership for Human Development

1st Lane, Block E01-12, Palm Business & Trade Center

Surik Mas, Fatumeta Bairro-Pite, Dili, Timor-Leste

E: hr@phd.tl |

Xanana Gusmão Reading Room – RE-ADVERTISED – Operations Co-ordinator (National Position)- CD 21 de Abril de 2017

 

Xanana Gusmão Reading Room

Xanana Gusmão Reading Room

RE-ADVERTISED: Vacancy – Operations Co-ordinator (National Position)

 Closing date: 21st April 2017

The Xanana Gusmão Reading Room is recruiting an Operations Co-ordinator. This is a key role overseeing the daily operations of the Reading Room’s programmes and facilities.

The Operations Co-ordinator will assist the Co-ordinator in implementing and reporting on annual event and marketing plans, supporting staff and oversee the maintenance, cleaning and security of the facilities. 

The right person will have a degree in a relevant discipline, experience in managing or supervising staff and excellent communication skills.  We are looking for someone who is highly organised, able to work autonomously and implement plans effectively and efficiently. Highly developed inter-personal skills as well as a commitment to the philosophy and values of the Reading Room are essential.

About Xanana Gusmão Reading Room

The Xanana Gusmão Reading Room (XGRR) is a non-profit organization based in Dili with the mission to develop and support a public library service to inform and educate all Timorese. The organisation has been operating since June 2000, founded by First Lady Kirsty Sword Gusmão. The organisation serves the communities’ need for information, knowledge, literature and education. The XGRR has played a key role in promoting life-long learning and a safe place where people can obtain information, knowledge, read and borrow books, and where the museum can provide information on Xanana and his struggle for an independent Timor-Leste.  The facilities include a library, museum, book and gift shop and meeting spaces for hire.  XGRR runs a range of programmes for pre-school, school and youth as well as a range of events and exhibitions.

To apply, please send a CV and covering letter by email only to xgreadingroom@gmail.com with the subject heading ‘Operations Coordinator’. Please tailor your application to the selection criteria. The deadline for applications is 5pm SATURDAY, 21st April 2017.  

Please note that previous applicants will NOT be accepted. Only applicants meeting the job requirements will be contacted.  All applicants are encouraged to read the Job Description before applying.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Re-advertised: Operations Co-ordinator (National Position) 

About Xanana Gusmão Reading Room

The Xanana Gusmão Reading Room (XGRR) is a Dili-based non-profit organization with the mission to develop and support a public library service to inform and educate all Timorese. The organisation has been operating since June 2000, founded by First Lady Kirsty Sword Gusmão. The organisation serves the communities’ need for information, knowledge, literature and education. The XGRR has played a key role in promoting life-long learning and a safe place where people can obtain information, knowledge, read and borrow books, and where the museum can provide information on Xanana and his struggle for an independent Timor-Leste.

 

Our Vision: Creating the Reading Generation in Timor-Leste.

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Peace Corps Timor Leste – Safety and Security Manager – CD Open until filled

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Date:                                     March 1, 2017

Closure Date:                     Open until filled, apply by March 15, 2017 for priority screening

Position Title:                     Safety and Security Manager

Salary:                                   Salary range $17,869.50 – 23,977.80 annually plus benefits

(Starting salary depends on salary history, experience, and qualifications)

Position Announcement

The United States Peace Corps program in Timor-Leste seeks a qualified and motivated candidate for the following full-time position:  Safety and Security Manager.

The United States Peace Corps is a non-political, non-religious organization, which brings American Volunteers to various munispiu in Timor-Leste to work with communities on development projects on two-year assignments. 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 atwww.peacecorps.gov.

The role of the Safety and Security Manager (SSM) is to support security-related functions (i.e. site inspection and selection, Volunteer site visits, emergency planning, incident response, etc.) that are critical to post operations and Volunteer support. The SSM reports to the Country Director (CD) who manages day to day workload, while the Office of Safety and Security provides technical oversight of security related matters and SSM professional development.

Major Duties Include (but not limited to):

  • Coordinate security programs, and maintain safety equipment, procedures, and documentation;
  • Considerable travel throughout Timor-Leste to visit Volunteers and build relationships with community members, local leaders and local authorities;
  • Remain on duty and carry phone to respond to individual and large-scale emergencies on short notice: 24 hours/day, 7 days/week;
  • Liaise with local law enforcement and U.S. government officials;
  • Monitor and disseminate information about security issues;
  • Design and conduct trainings for American Volunteers and community members;
  • Perform housing checks for American Volunteers and train staff in performing housing checks to assess for safety and security;
  • Conduct post-incident assessments to identify any ongoing threats or security concerns and develop mitigation strategies.

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Peace Corps Timor Leste – Financial and Administrative Assistance (FAA) – CD Open until filled

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Opening Date:                   March 1, 2017

Closure Date:                     Open until filled (Initial review starts March 10)

Position Title:                     Financial and Administrative Assistance (FAA)

Salary:                                   Developmental level starting at $10,935.32 annually with benefits

Full performance level starting at $14,250.72 annually with benefits

Position Announcement

The United States Peace Corps program in Timor-Leste seeks a qualified and motivated candidate for the following full-time position: Financial and Administrative Assistant

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 FAA  will work as a member of the Administrative Unit supporting the entire Peace Corps Timor-Leste  Program working under the direct supervision of the Director of Management and Operations (DMO). Duties include:

Major responsibilities include

  • Budget execution;
  • Finance and Accounting: includes responsibilities for liquidations and disbursements, reporting, serving as Billing Officer, executing purchase card procurements, verifying vouchers, etc.;
  • Alternate Cashier and backup to Cashier for timekeeping and other responsibilities;
  • Contract support: assisting in preparation and maintenance of Personal Service Contracts, leases, and general service and supplies contracts;
  • Human Resources: supporting recruitment, hiring, orientation, performance reviews, implementation of local staff benefits, and records management;
  • Volunteer Support: provides general administrative and financial assistance to support Trainees/Volunteers and assists with market basket and other surveys;
  • Travel Logistics: assists with Travel Authorizations and arrangements, travel advances and payments;
  • Manage and support special projects as assigned.

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Moris Rasik NGO – Transformation Manager – CD 20 de Marco de 2017

Moris-Rasik-NGO

Moris-Rasik-NGO

MORIS RASIK HANESAN INSTITUISAUN MIKRO FINANSAS

Transformation Manager for MorisRasik Foundation

 

About the Organization

MorisRasikFoundation is a not-for-profit Grameen-Bank model microfinance institution providing microcredit and savings services to rural poor families in TimorLestesince 2000.

In order to comply with regulation of Banking and Payments Authority (BPA) of Timor Leste, MorisRasik Foundation is in the process of applying for a licence as an Other Deposit Taking Institution (ODTI).

To this end we are seeking the services of a professional in the role of Transformation Manager to undertake all responsibilities associated with the securing of the ODTI licence.

Title of the Job:            Transformation Manager

Duration:                      One Year (extendable)

Reporting:                    Preferably April 2017

 

Deadline for submitting Application:20th March 2017

 

Background to the Transformation Project

 

The aim of the Transformation Project is to build institutional capacity withinMorisRasikin order for us to comply with new technical resource requirements and supervisory and prudential standards as stipulated by the Banking and Payments Authority.

 

Institutional capacity needs to be developed in five core areas:

  • Effective corporate governance and strategic management
  • Building management capacity and human resource management
  • Client-oriented services and effective stakeholder relations
  • Application of technology to strengthen financial and portfolio management
  • Ownership, legal transformation and equity partnerships

Role and Responsibilities of Transformation Manager

 

Scope

The Transformation Manager will report to the Chair of the MorisRasik Board and be required to workwith the Managing Director to carry out necessary actions in order to secure for MorisRasik the ODTI license.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

 

The core role of the Transformation Manager is to manage the Transformation Process to ensure attainment of ODTI License by complying with all requirement outlined by the Banking and Payments Authority (BPA)

The responsibilities of the Transformation Manager include but are not limited to:

  1. Coordinating with government departments to make sure the legal status of MR Financial Services is in order.
  2. Liaising with Central Bank of Timor Leste on various aspects such as seeking extension of timeline for obtaining ODTI license and making timely reports to BCTL.
  3. Liaisingand playing the lead role in negotiating with the Investors, financial institutions and bankers for debt and equity investments.
  4. Preparing Business Plan (Microfin) and maintain periodic adjustment when it will require.
  5. Preparing prospectus, proposals, financial projections for seeking investors
  6. Providing general support to finance department and creating a plan for transfer of Assets and Liabilities.
  7. Liaising with microfinance rating agencies and organize due-diligence visits by financial institutions
  8. Ensuring physical facilities and security at branches comply with BPA regulations
  9. MaintainingMorisRasik profile in International Industry sites including Mix Market and any other relevant sites and overseeing maintenance ofMorisRasik’s website.
  10. Reporting monthly to the Board of Directors regarding the progress of transformation project.
  11. Any other related support as might be required for the transformation process.

Professional Qualifications and Experience Requirements

Education

  • Master degree in Business or Finance, preferably with a concentration in a relevant area, such as operations management; banking; international finance. Or
  • Bachelor degree in Commerce, Business or Finance, with a relevant concentration in operations management; banking; or finance, if coupled with significant relevant experience

 

Exposure & Experience

  • Experience in commercial banking and/or NBFI operations, preferably in a retail environment at a senior managerial level in a developing country context, possibly in a relevant consultant/technical advisory role
  • Microfinance experience with savings and individual lending exposure is highly desirable
  • Experience facilitating transformation of a microfinance operation into a formal, regulated entity is highly desirable
  • Significant change management experience
  • International management and work experience preferably in Asia with poor entrepreneurs
  • Knowledge of financial management
  • Advanced computer literacy
  • Knowledge of financial systems development, data processing, management of financial institutions and the microfinance sector gained through domestic and international work experience

 

Personal Skills

  • Fluency in written and spoken English (Tetun or Bahasa ability desirable)
  • Excellent inter-personal skills
  • Excellent report writing skills
  • Strong cross-cultural awareness
  • Proven organizational and managerial success with indigenous populations in developing countries

The deadline for applications is Monday 20th March 2017.   Please email your cover letter and CV to ahsan@morisrasik.com. Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview.

Partnership for Human Development – Finance Officer – Grants – 20 de Marco de 2017

Finance Officer – Grants

·         Based in Dili, Timor-Leste

·         1 year fixed term contract – with possibility of extension

The Program

The Australia Timor-Leste Partnership for Human Development (PHD) supports the Government of Timor-Leste’s Strategic Development Plan 2011-2030 and reflects Australia’s commitment to work in partnership with Timor-Leste to enhance human development over the next decade. PHD’s vision is to support the people and Government of Timor-Leste to build and sustain healthy, educated and prosperous individuals and communities, who live with dignity and determine their own future. PHD brings together, under one program, what were previously eight separate Australian Government investments in health, education, sanitation, water, nutrition, gender equality, disability and social protection.

 

The Position

The Finance Officer – Grants will act as the focal point for all financial matters relating to Grants, working closely with the PHD Grants Managers and officers, finance team, sector leads and grantees, in managing the financial requirements for Grants, aligned with PHD procedures and Commonwealth Grant Rules and Guidelines. The Finance Officer Grants will consolidate:

·         Grants financial administration – maintaining and monitoring up to date grant financial records and data to ensure grants financial transactions are correctly recorded in all financial systems.  This will include review of Grantee proposal budgets for contracting and budget confirmation, monitoring and reconciliation of Grantee financial reports, tranche due dates and acquittals.

·         Grantee relationship management – providing mentoring support to grantee staff as may be required to improve grants financial administration. This may include assisting grantees in preparing accurate financial reports, including vouchers, journals.

·         Program support and financial reporting – providing support to the PHD Grants Managers on all related financial reporting, gathering financial information for grants administration, closures or investigations as required.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Diploma or Degree in relevant financial area
  • Minimum 2 years financial experience specifically with grants acquittals, reconciliations and management reporting on financial matters relating to grants
  • Experience in accurately managing financial data and records using financial software systems
  • Good interpersonal skills with ability to manage relationships with Grantees, Grant partners and other stakeholders
  • Level of proficiency in English and Tetum

PHD is a 5 year program to 25 April 2021. This position is available for 12 month contract duration with possibility of extension based on individual performance, approval of program budget and alignment with ongoing program work plan.

 

Further Information and How to Apply

A detailed position description can be viewed online via this link

http://abtjta.turborecruit.com.au/job/jobDetailsPreview.cfm?id=980865

Applications can be lodged through email hr@phd.tl– please insert the job title in the email subject heading.  All applications are to include a current CV and cover letter detailing their suitability for this position.

Closing date: Monday 20 March 2017 (midnight AEST)

Abt Associates is a recognised leader in the international development sector. Working with our many partners, Abt Associates implements bold innovative solutions to improve the lives of the community and deliver valued outcomes for our clients. We provide a comprehensive range of services from policy to service delivery in the public and private sectors contributing to long term benefits for clients and communities. Operating in remote and challenging environments, we offer innovative solutions, extensive experience in the region, strong technical capacity, and a proven project management track record. We are committed to gender equity in our employment strategies and encourage applications from capable women. Abt Associates is a child safe organisation and promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.

 

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