Counterpart International – Translator and Interpreter (National Position) – CD 27 de Marco de 2015

Counterpart International

Counterpart International

Counterpart International 

BA DISTRITO PROJECT

POSITION DESCRIPTION


TITLE:                Translator and Interpreter (national position)

LOCATION:     Dili, with travel to the districts

REPORTS TO: Finance and Operations Manager or her designate

DATE DUE:      March 27, 2015 but will close earlier if a suitable candidate is identified

START DATE:  April 2015. 12 month contract, renewable dependent on funding


SUMMARY:

Counterpart International is implementing the four-year United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Ba Distrito project until September 2017. The goal of the project 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 project is partnering 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 between suco councils, administrative posts and municipal administrations; local GOTL line ministries and other providers of basic public services at the sub-national level; and 3) improve the delivery of justice sector services by strengthening legal aid services and improving district court functionality.

The Translator and Interpreter will report to the Finance and Operations Manager or her designate and will support all translation and interpretation needs of the project including (1) translating formal reports on governance, decentralization and access to justice; training materials; press releases and other communication; and (2) providing interpretation for national and district level events, formal training for judges, lawyers and judicial actors, formal trainings for NGO implementing partners and in meetings, etc. The successful candidate will be tasked with prioritizing and delivering all of the translation and interpretation needs for the project.  S/he will also be expected to provide support to the successful implementation of project activities, as required and as time permits.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

·         Provide quality, consistent and accurate translation of project documents and materials from English into Tetum using the national orthography and from Tetum into English.

·         Provide quality interpretation between English and Tetum during meetings, trainings, assessments, etc.

·         Effectively prioritize translation and interpretation requests in coordination with program managers and under the supervision of the Finance and Operations Manager or her designate.

·         Provide other support to the successful implementation of project activities, as required and as time permits.

·         Other duties as assigned.

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Counterpart International – Grants OFFICER (National Position) – CD 27 de Marco de 2015

Counterpart International

Counterpart International

Counterpart International 


TITLE:                    Grants Officer (national position)

LOCATION:        Dili, with travel to the districts

REPORTS TO:   Grants Manager

DATE DUE:        March 27, 2015 but will close earlier if a suitable candidate is identified

START DATE:   April 2015.  Initial 12 month contract, renewable

SUMMARY:

Counterpart International is implementing the four-year United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Ba Distrito project through to September 2017. The goal of the project 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 project is partnering 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 between suco councils, administrative posts and municipal administrations; local GOTL line ministries and other providers of basic public services at the sub-national level; and 3) improve the delivery of justice sector services by strengthening legal aid services and improving district court functionality.

The Grants Officer will report to the Grants Manager and will provide support to the Grants Manager in overseeing all grant making, award, and monitoring processes for a designated grants portfolio. S/he will work closely with the Grants Manager as well as the Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist in performing other duties in support of the overall grants activities. Under the direct supervision of the Grants Manager, the Officer will be involved in collecting and sorting information for grantees’ progress reports (both narrative and financial). The role of the Grants Officer will be limited to matching the project supporting deliverables for validation check of grant activities reported in grantee progress report, maintaining and updating grant report tracking sheets.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

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Counterpart International – Grants MANAGER (National Position) – CD 27 de Marco de 2015

Counterpart International

Counterpart International

Counterpart International 


TITLE:                    Grants Manager (national position)

LOCATION:         Dili, with travel to the districts

REPORTS TO:     Chief of Party or her designate

DATE DUE:          March 27, 2015 but will close earlier if a suitable candidate is identified

START DATE:      April 2015. 12 month contract, renewable dependent on funding

SUMMARY:

Counterpart International is implementing the four-year United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Ba Distrito project until September 2017. The goal of the project 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 project is partnering 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 between suco councils, administrative posts and municipal administrations; local GOTL line ministries and other providers of basic public services at the sub-national level; and 3) improve the delivery of justice sector services by strengthening legal aid services and improving district court functionality.

The Grants Manager will report to the Chief of Party or her designate and will be responsible for all contract and grant oversight of the program. The successful candidate will be tasked with coordinating all financial reporting requirements for grants in collaboration with the Finance and Operations Manager; mentoring sub-grantees; and overseeing the implementation of all grants and contracts from negotiation to final reporting. The Grants Manager should have expertise in contracting and grants management. S/he will be expected to provide support with regards to any grant or contract functions needed for the program’s success and to provide input on program functions.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

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Counterpart International – Koordenador Liquiça (Versaun Tetum) – CD 24 de Marco de 2015

Counterpart International

Counterpart International

Counterpart International 

PROJETU BA DISTRITO

DESKRIPSAUN POSISAUN


TITLU/PIZISAUN:                           Koordenador Liquiça                        

AREA SERVISU/DISTRITO:          Munisipiu Liquiça

RELATA BA:                                      Jestor Kapasitasaun  maibe mos ba Espesialista Monitorizasaun no Availasaun no Jestor Fundus

APLIKASAUN IKUS/TAKA IHA: 24 Marsu 2015, maibe sei taka sedu sekarik identifika ona kandidatu ne’ebe propriu.

KUMESA SERVISU:                       Abril 2015

 

SUMARIU:

Counterpart International hanesan organizasaun internasional ida ne’ebe hetan fundus husi USAID (Ajénsia Estadus Unidus ba Dezenvolvimentu Internasionál) atu implementa projetu Ba Distrito durante tinan 4 (ha’at). Projetu nia meta maka atu haforsa governasaun lokál hodi bele responde ba nesesidade komunidade sira no aumenta ninia kapasidade atu fasilita fornesementu servisu sira ho efetivu, produtivu liu/efikaz no sustentavel.  Projetu Ba Distrito sei kolabora ho Governu Timor-Leste ho esforsu maka’as hodi promove fornesementu servisu iha nivel munisipiu ba kraik liu husi hametin institusaun suku sira hanesan konsellu suku no ajensia setor justisa nian atu involve ou servisu hamutuk no representa sidadaun sira iha baze ou area rurais. Projetu Ba Distrito nia objetivu maka atu 1) hari’i kapasidade konsellu suku hodi hametin partisipasaun no reprezentasaun sidadaun nian iha governasaun lokal; 2)haforsa komunikasaun no relasaun konsellu suku ho administrasaun munisipiu, liña ministerial Governu Timor-Leste nian no fornesedor servisu publiku baziku sira seluk iha nivel distrital ba kraik; 3) hadiak fornesementu servisu iha area justisa liu husi hametin fornesementu asistensia legal no haforsa funsionalidade tribunal distrital.

Liu husi apoiu no supervisaun husi Jestor Dezenvolimentu Organizasaun, Koordenador Liquiça sei tau matan mos ba Ba Distrito nia aktividade hotu ne’ebe halao iha munisipiu Liquiça. Aumenta atu fo apoiu lojistiku ba funsionariu projetu ne’ebe baze iha Dili hodi servisu/responsabiliza iha munisipiu iha tempu badak nia laran, koordenador munisipiu sei asiste funsionariu senior hodi hala’o asesmentu nesesidade munisipiu nian, dezeña rekerimentu/matadalan ba aplikasaun hodi kompleta kompetisaun fundus ba organizasaun local sira, tau matan ba selesaun no atividade, dezeñu no implementa formasaun bazeia ba planu jeral projetu formasaun nian, no fasilita monitorizasaun no avaliasaun ba atividade projetu.  

 

KNA’AR NO RESPONSABILIDADE:

 

·      Servisu ho membru konsellu suku sira, organizasaun sosiadade sivil, no ator tribunal distrital hodi identifika hari’i kapasidade no asistensia tekniku ne’ebe prioridade no uza Counterpart no Tetra Tech DPK nia metodolojia;

·      Suporta dezeña no implementasaun hari kapasidade no atividade formasaun ho parseiru no counterpart iha munisipiu, posto administrativo no nivel suco;

·      Hola parte iha dezeña no hala’o formasaun ba konsellu suco sira, organizasaun sosiadade sivil, autor tribunal no organizasaun asistensia legal, servisu besik liu ho parseiru projetu sira no Counterpart;

·      Oferese koordenasaun kada loron/lor-loron no monitorizasaun ba projetu nia atividades sira no hola parte iha esforsu evaluasaun;

·      Fo ideas hodi dezenvolve  asistensia legal ne’ebe fo suporta no planu servisu lejislativu seluk;

·      Hola parte iha projetu Ba Distrito, konsellu suco, organizasaun sosiadade sivil no tribunal distrital hodi suporta atividade publiku iha area remotas/rurais;

·      Koordena no suporta atividade husi aplikantes iha area konsellu konstituante ne’ebe fo suporta ba, desentralizasaun planu servisu lejislativu iha area remotas, fornesimentu servisu legais, tribunal, monitorizasaun ADR no informasaun legal;

·      Estabelese relasaun ne’ebe forte ho parseriu ne’ebe relevante iha nivel nasional no distrital inklui partisipa iha konsellu suco, organizasaun sosiadade sivil, funsionariu publiku iha nivel munisipiu no posto administrativo, PNDS, funsionario PDID, Ministerio Administrasaun Estatal, Ministerio Justica no funsionario liña ministerial seluk;

·      Lori projetu nia motor iha Liquiça no haree kona ba motor nia mantenasaun;

·       Kna’ar  no responsabilidade seluk tan ne’ebe iha.

 

KUALIFIKASAUN:

 

·         Minimu iha esperiensia servisu ne’ebe relevante iha tinan 3. Esperiensia servisu iha projetu hari kapasidade ne’ebe hetan fundus husi doadores ka servisu iha organizasaun governu ne’ebe relevante no organizasaun Non governamental ne’ebe prefere.

·         Komprende diak kona ba dezenvolvimentu organizasaun inklui mos prinsipiu basiku kona ba finanses, administrasaun, transparensia, konsultasaun kommunidade no sst.

·         Akaba universitariu ho departementu lei ou iha area direitu, administrasaun publiku ka subjeitu ne’ebe relevante ka esperiensia ne’ebe relevante.

·         Hatudu abilidade hodi hala’o koordenasaun ne’ebe efetivu ho parseiru iha nivel oin-oin.

·         Hatudu abilidade atu servisu nu’udar parte husi ekipa no bele servisu independensia ho supervizaun ne’ebe minimu.

·         Iha abilidade servisu iha publiku no abilidade hakerek iha lian Tetum. Prefere liu iha abilidade koalia lingua ingles no mos lingui lokal husi Liquiça.

·         Tenke iha lisensa motorizada

 

ATU APLIKA:

 

Maluk ne’ebe iha interese bele haruka/submete CV no karta aplikasaun liu husi email: timor-leste.jobs@counterpart.org no favor indika titlu ba servisu ne’ebe refere iha liña subjetu email nian.

 

Counterpart Internasional maka organizasaun dezenvolvimentu global ne’ebe haforsa ema no komunidade atu implementa solusaun ne’ebe inovativu no di’ak ba sosial, ekonomia no dezafius ambiente nian. Besik tinan 50, Counterpart iha parseriu ho komunidade ho rezolve nesesidae ba problema ne’ebe kompeksu relasiona ho dezenvolvimentu ekonomiku, seguransa ai han no nutrisaun, no hari govenasaun no instituisaun ne’ebe efetivu. Ba informasaun liu tan vizita ami nia website:  www.counterpart.org .

 

Counterpart International – Liquiça Coordinator – CD 24 de Marco de 2015

Counterpart International

Counterpart International

Counterpart International 

BA DISTRITO PROJECT

POSITION DESCRIPTION


 

 

TITLE:                Liquiça Coordinator

LOCATION:     Liquiça with regular travel to remote areas as well as Dili.

REPORTS TO: Organizational Development Manager primary line of reporting, but also the Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist and the Grants Manager

DATE DUE:      March 24, 2015 but will close earlier if a suitable candidate is identified

START DATE:  April 2015

 

SUMMARY:

Counterpart International is implementing the four-year United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Ba Distrito project. The goal of the project 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 project is partnering 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 between suco councils, administrative posts and municipal administrations; local GOTL line ministries and other providers of basic public services at the sub-national level; and 3) improve the delivery of justice sector services by strengthening legal aid services and improving district court functionality.

With the support and under the supervision of the Organizational Development Manager, the Liquiça District Coordinator will oversee all Ba Distrito activities taking place in Liquiça municipality. In addition to providing logistical support to Dili-based program staff on short-term assignments in the district, the District Coordinator will assist Ba Distrito senior staff to conduct district needs assessments, design requests for applications for competitively awarded grants to local organizations, oversee grantee selection and activities, design and implement training based on the program’s overall training plan, and facilitate monitoring and evaluation of program activities and the activities implemented by local partners.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

·      Work with suco council members, CSOs, and district court actors to identify capacity building and technical assistance priorities, utilizing Counterpart and Tetra Tech DPK methodologies;

·      Support design and implementation of capacity building and training activities with partners and counterparts at municipal, administrative post, and suco-level;

·      Assist in the design and deliver of training to suco councils, CSOs, court actors and legal aid organizations, working closely with program partners and counterparts;

·      Provide day-to-day coordination and monitoring of program activities and take primary responsibility for monitoring and evaluating project activities in Liquiça;

·      Provide input to development of supportive legal aid and other legislative frameworks;

·      Assist the Ba Distrito project, suco councils, CSOs, and district courts to engage in public outreach activities;

·      Act as the focal point for grants activities in Liquiça, with responsibility to conduct pre-grant meetings, assist with development of grant applications, preliminary evaluation of grant applications, following up on grant awards and monitoring and evaluating the implementation of grants awarded under the Ba Distrito project;

·      Establish strong relationships with relevant stakeholders and the municipal and national level, including participating suco councils, CSOs, municipal and administrative post government staff, PNDS, PDID staff, MSA, MOJ and other and line ministry staff;

·      Drive the project vehicle (motorcycle) in Liquiça  for project activities and take responsibility for ensuring its regular maintenance;

·       Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

·         A minimum of 3 years relevant experience. Experience on donor-funded capacity building programs or working in a relevant government or nongovernmental organization preferred.

·         Good understanding of organizational development including the fundamentals of finance, administration, transparency, community consultation, etc.

·         Degree in law, public administration or other relevant subject or equivalent experience.

·         Demonstrated ability to effectively coordinate with a wide range of stakeholders.

·         Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and to work independently with minimal supervision.

·         Excellent public speaking and writing skills in Tetum. Good English-language skills highly preferred.  Knowledge of local languages highly preferred.

·         Motorcycle license required.

TO APPLY:

Please submit a CV and cover letter to timor-leste.jobs@counterpart.org referencing the job title (Liquiça Coordinator) in the subject line.

Counterpart International is a global development organization that empowers people and communities to implement innovative and enduring solutions to social, economic, and environmental challenges. For nearly 50 years, Counterpart has been forging partnerships with communities in need to address complex problems related to economic development, food security and nutrition, and building effective governance and institutions. For more information visitwww.Counterpart.org

Counterpart International – Organizational Development Officer (national position) – CD 17 de Marco de 2015

Counterpart International

Counterpart International

Counterpart International 

POSITION DESCRIPTION

USAID’S BA DISTRITO PROJECT


TITLE:                    Organizational Development Officer (national position)             

LOCATION:         Dili, with travel to the districts

REPORTS TO:      Organizational Development Manager

DATE DUE:          March 17, 2015 

START DATE:      April 1, 2015 – one year contract renewable depending on funding

 

SUMMARY

 

Counterpart International is implementing the four-year United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Ba Distrito project. The goal of the project is to strengthen local governance and improve access to justice at the grassroots level.  Ba Distrito’s objectives 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 municipal administrations, local GOTL line ministries and other providers of basic public services at the sub-national level; and 3) improve the delivery of justice sector services by strengthening legal aid services and improving district court functionality.

Under the supervision of the Organizational Development Manager, the Organizational Development Officer will support the development of capacity of our CSO implementing partners and suco council partners in six functional areas:  (1) Leadership and Strategic Management; (2) Program Management and Quality Control; (3) Accounting and Financial Management; (4) Financial Sustainability; (5) Human and Material Resources; and (6) External Relations and Communication.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

·         Design and deliver organizational development training to CSO partners.

·         Support CSO partners and suco councils to implement priorities resulting from the organizational development training through technical assistance and follow-up using Counterpart International’s tools and methodologies.

·         Provide regular accompaniment to CSO partners and suco councils to ensure the progress of the organizational development process within the partners’ organizations and the suco councils.

·         Creatively review, synchronize and develop Counterpart International’s existing training modules, templates and tools to support the organizational development of implementing partners, including developing, adapting and translating existing English modules into Tetum.

·         Engage in monitoring and evaluation of organizational development activities and assist evaluation efforts.

·         Establish strong relationships and partnership with relevant stakeholders at the national and municipal level.

·         Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

·         A minimum of 3 years relevant professional experience. Experience on donor-funded organizational development programs or working in a relevant government or non-governmental organization preferred.

·         Degree in relevant subject or equivalent experience.

·         Demonstrated ability to design and deliver participative and interactive training and technical assistance to implementing partners.

·         Demonstrated knowledge and experience with organizational development including best practices in Leadership and Strategic Management, Program Management and Quality Control, Accounting and Financial Management, Financial Sustainability, Human and Material Resources; and External Relations and Communication.

·         Demonstrated ability to engage in ongoing follow up support to organizational development training activities.

·         Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and to work independently with minimal supervision.

·         Demonstrated good communication in crossed-culture team work.

·         Willingness to learn and a high level of proactivity.

·         Excellent training facilitation skills and writing skills in Tetum. Good English-language skills required.

TO APPLY:

Please submit a CV and cover letter to timor-leste.jobs@counterpart.org referencing the job title (Organizational Development Officer) in the subject line.

Counterpart International is a global development organization that empowers people and communities to implement innovative and enduring solutions to social, economic, and environmental challenges. For 50 years, Counterpart has been forging partnerships with communities in need to address complex problems related to economic development, food security and nutrition, and building effective governance and institutions. For more information visit www.Counterpart.org                      

Counterpart International – Administration and Human Resources Officer (National Position – Dili based with occasional district travel) – CD 12 de Janeiro de 2015

Counterpart International

Counterpart International

Counterpart International 

POSITION DESCRIPTION

USAID’S BA DISTRITO PROJECT


TITLE: Administration and Human Resources Officer (National Position – Dili based with occasional district travel)

START DATE:  As soon as possible

DURATION: 12 months, extendable depending on funding

REPORTS TO: Finance and Operations Manager   

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:  January 12, 2015

Counterpart International is a global development organization that empowers people and communities to implement innovative and enduring solutions to social, economic, and environmental challenges. For nearly 50 years, Counterpart has been forging partnerships with communities in need to address complex problems related to economic development, food security and nutrition, and building effective governance and institutions.

 

SUMMARY:

The Administration and Human Resources Officer will report to the Finance and Operations Manager and will be responsible for all administration, human resources, logistics and procurement activities for the office.  This may include scheduling venues, issuing invitations, procuring materials, providing on-site support for large planning and training workshops, project launches and media events, advocacy/stakeholder meetings, etc.  S/he will be responsible for the procurement of goods and services for the project and maintaining the organization’s support services such as transportation, security, telephones and maintenance services. S/he will also be responsible for inventory control for the project and for maintaining all purchase order files. it will make sure that all procurement follows USAID procurement policies.

Responsibilities:

·         provide an effective and personnel manual to ensure successful delivery of project

·         research and promote HR best practices in the working environment

·         overseeing timesheets and performance evaluations ensuring that they are completed on time

·         takes a leadership role in developing a positive, equitable working environment

·         administers an effective performance management strategy including, effective job descriptions, work plans, and appraisal and feedback systems

·         develops, coordinates and implements new employee induction

·         cooperates with IT expert to ensure the effective follow up of ICT policy

·         ensures all kinds of administrative and logistical support

·         prepares procurement request/handle all office related repair and maintenance request following USAID procurement policies

·         handles telephone, internet service, cleaning service and others

·         arranges payment all utility bills, repairs and maintenance bills

·         coordinates transport management and repair

·         responsible for lease agreement/contract handling

·         managing day to day office administration

·         providing needful support to all administrative activities

·         supervises drivers  and office cleaner

To apply, please send an email with a cover letter and CV to timor-leste.jobs@counterpart.org as soon as possible but no later than close of business January 12, 2015.

Counterpart International – Accountant (National Position) – CD 21 de Novembro de 2014

Counterpart International

Counterpart International

Counterpart International 


POSITION DESCRIPTION

TITLE: Accountant (National Position)

START DATE:  As soon as possible

DURATION: 4 months (This is covering the position of the current Accountant who is temporarily acting in another role.)

REPORTS TO: Finance and Operations Manager   

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:  November 21, 2014 but Counterpart reserves the right to fill the position before then if the appropriate candidate is found.

Counterpart International is a global development organization that empowers people and communities to implement innovative and enduring solutions to social, economic, and environmental challenges. For nearly 50 years, Counterpart has been forging partnerships with communities in need to address complex problems related to economic development, food security and nutrition, and building effective governance and institutions.

 

SUMMARY:

The Accountant will report to the Finance and Operations Manager and will be responsible for accounting tasks associated with Counterpart’s grant funded and other programs. The Accountant is responsible for applying accounting procedures to program structures, cycles, and needs. This position involves processing and auditing expense reports and records; preparing monthly invoices to funding agencies; reconciling invoices with GL; and preparing pipeline and other finance reports.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

·        Process and record financial transactions during the day.  Make sure that all ledgers are updated.

·        Check and post monthly transactions into Excel spreadsheet for onward posting to Quick Books system. Ensure that all information in the spreadsheet is correct and complete.

·         Dealing with cash transactions. Preparation of cash vouchers, maintenance of cashbook on daily basis.

·         Dealing with bank transactions. Preparation of vouchers, maintenance of bank books on daily basis.

·         Preparation of all bank account reconciliation statements on monthly basis.

·         Upon receipt of approved documentation, prepare/process payment vouchers, check/bank payments and obtain required signatures.

·         Prepare cash requirement statements for cash needs in the office.

·         Prepare cash counts and prepare transaction worksheets for cash and bank activities for the supervisor’s review.

·         Ensure the proper security of cash in the safe.

·         Maintain an Advance Register for personal and program related costs.

·         Review and check all support documents for financial reporting of grants.

·         Photocopying and sending financial documents to Counterpart HQ and updating filing systems.

To apply, please send an email with a cover letter and CV to timor-leste.jobs@counterpart.org as soon as possible but no later than November 21, 2014.

Counterpart International – Koordenador Distrito – CD 29 de Setembro de 2014

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Counterpart International

Counterpart International 


PROGRAMA BA DISTRITO

DESKRIPSAUN POZISAUN

TITLU/PIZISAUN: Koordenador Distrito                                                

AREA SERVISU/DISTRITO: Distritu Ermera no Liquisa – hela iha distritu ida maibe servisu iha  distritu rua

ne’e hotu

RELATA BA: Jestor Capacity Building maibe mos ba Jestor Monitorizasaun no Availasaun no Jestor Fundus

APLIKASAUN IKUS/TAKA IHA: Setembru 29, 2014 . Maibe sei taka sedu sekarik identifika ona kandidatu ne’ebe propriu.                               

KUMESA SERVISU: Outobru 15, 2014

 

 

SUMARIU:

Counterpart International hanesan organizasaun internasional ida ne’ebe hetan fundus husi USAID (U.S. Agency for International Development) atu implementa programa Ba Distrito durante tinan 4 (haat). Programa nia meta maka atu responde ba nesesidade komunidade sira no aumenta ninia kapasidade atu fasilita fornesementu servisu sira ho efetivu, produtivu liu/efikaz no sustentavel.  Programa Ba Distrito sei kolabora ho Governu Timor-Leste ho esforsu maka’as hodi promove fornesementu servisu iha nivel distritu ba kraik liu husi hametin institusaun suku sira hanesan konsellu suku no ajensia setor justisa nian atu involve ou servisu hamutuk no representa sidadaun sira iha baze ou area rurais. Programa Ba Distrito nia objetivu maka atu 1) hari’i kapasidade konsellu suku hodi hametin partisipasaun no reprezentasaun sidadaun nian iha governasaun lokal; 2) haforsa komunikasaun no relasaun konsellu suku ho administrasaun distritu, liña ministerial Governu Timor-Leste nian no fornesedor servisu publiku baziku sira seluk iha nivel distrital ba kraik; 3) hadiak fornesementu servisu iha area justisa liu husi hametin fornesementu asistensia legal no haforsa funsionalidade tribunal distrital.

Liu husi apoiu no supervisaun husi Jestor Capacity Building, koordenador distrito sei tau matan mos ba Ba Distrito nia aktividade hotu ne’ebe halao iha distrito Ermera and Liquisa. Aumenta atu fo apoiu lojistiku ba funsionariu programa ne’ebe baze iha Dili hodi servisu/responsabiliza iha distritu iha tempu badak nia laran, koordenador distritu sei asiste funsionariu senior hodi hala’o asesmentu nesesidade distritu nian, dezeña rekerimentu/matadalan ba aplikasaun hodi kompleta kompetisaun fundus ba organizasaun local sira, tau matan ba selesaun no atividade, dezeñu no implementa formasaun bazeia ba planu jeral programa formasaun nian, no fasilita monitorizasaun no avaliasaun ba atividade programa.  

 

KNA’AR NO RESPONSABILIDADE:

 

·      Servisu ho membru konsellu suku sira, organizasaun sosiadade sivil, no ator tribunal distrital hodi identifika hari’i kapasidade no asistensia tekniku ne’ebe prioridade no uza Counterpart no Tetra Tech DPK nia metodolojia. 

·      Suporta dezeña no implementasaun hari kapasidade no atividade formasaun ho parseiru no counterpart iha distritu, sub-distritu no nivel suco.

·      Hola parte iha dezeña no hala’o formasaun ba konsellu suco sira, organizasaun sosiadade sivil, autor tribunal no organizasaun asistensia legal, servisu besik liu ho parseiru programa sira no Counterpart

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Counterpart International – District Coordinator – Ermera and Liquisa – CD 29 de Setembro de 2014

Counterpart International

Counterpart International

Counterpart International 


BA DISTRITO PROJECT

POSITION DESCRIPTION

TITLE: District Coordinator – Ermera and Liquisa

LOCATION: Ermera or Liquisa, but covering both districts

REPORTS TO: Capacity Building Manager primarily line of reporting, but also the Monitoring and Evaluation Manager and the Grants Manager

DATE DUE:  29 September 2014 but will close earlier if a suitable candidate is identified

START DATE:  15 October 2014

 

 

SUMMARY:

Counterpart International is implementing the four-year U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Ba Disrito 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 is 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 administrations, local GOTL line ministries and other providers of basic public services at the sub-national level and, 3) improve the delivery of justice sector services by strengthening legal aid services and improving district court functionality.

With the support and under the supervision of the Capacity Building Manager, the District Coordinator will oversee all Ba Distrito activities taking place in Ermera and Liquisa districts. In addition to providing logistical support to Dili-based program staff on short-term assignments in the district, the District Coordinator will assist Ba Distrito senior staff to conduct district needs assessments, design requests for applications for competitively awarded grants to local organizations, oversee grantee selection and activities, design and implement training based on the program’s overall training plan, and facilitate monitoring and evaluation of program activities.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

·      Work with suco council members, CSOs, and district court actors to identify capacity building and technical assistance priorities, utilizing Counterpart and Tetra Tech DPK methodologies.

·      Support design and implementation of capacity building and training activities with partners and counterparts at district, sub-district, and suco-level.

·      Assist in the design and deliver of training to suco councils, CSOs, court actors and legal aid organizations, working closely with program partners and counterparts.

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