GRM International-TL Office-Pastoral Care Officer-CD 01 de Junu de 2014

GRM International

GRM International

GRM International, Futures Group and Effective Development Group comprise the GRM Futures Group of global development solutions
providers, which have a joint focus on partnering with institutions, governments, and businesses worldwide to improve people’s lives. Our
group’s continued success is based on insight drawn from our combined decades of experience managing successful development projects
worldwide, tenacity with an unwavering focus on results, and partnerships with people and institutions who are critical for
sustainable change.

Purpose of Position

 

The Pastoral Care Officer will play a coordination role with the Alola Foundation, which will have direct welfare responsibilities for
students, and Timor-Leste tertiary institutions. The Pastoral Care Officer, under guidance of the ICS Manager, will work in collaboration
with the Alola Foundation to establish and implement ICS student welfare policy and practices. The Pastoral Care Officer will also
monitor students’ academic progress and work with tertiary institutions to improve student welfare support on campus.

Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Assist with the development and implementation of ICS student
welfare support with the Alola Foundation.
Assist with the development of a strategy to strengthen student
welfare support at participating Timor-Leste Tertiary institutions.
Monitor students’ academic progress and identify students at risk.
Monitor student welfare issues.
Oversee interventions/support when students face difficulties.
Brief students on welfare-related matters.
Undertake regular visits to participating tertiary institutions.
Maintain student database.
Other duties as directed by the In-Country Subsidies Manager as appropriate.

Minimum education and experience required

Tertiary qualifications in Education Psychology, Social Work or
related fields

Good English language proficiency is required
Experience in implementing donor support programs in Timor-Leste
Experience working on a scholarships program
Experience working with the Australian and Timorese Governments
and community groups
Demonstrated knowledge of Timor-Leste education system
A high level of proficiency in written, listening and spoken
English is required. (The ability to speak any of the official
languages, Portuguese and Tetun will be an advantage).

 

This role is suited for candidates based in Timor-Leste and will not
attract mobilisation/relocation assistance. Applicants must have
eligibility to work and live in Timor-Leste.

Interested? Please submit your CV through the GRM International
Careers Page (http://www.grminternational.com/jobs).

Applications close on 1 June 2014.

GRM-TL Office-Facilitation and Program Assistant-CD 26 April 2013

GRM International

GRM International

OUTLINE OF TERMS OF REFERENCE
Justice SECTOR support facility
CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS (CSO) TEAM
FACILITATOR AND PROGRAM ASSISTANT FOR ‘WORKING WITH MENAGAINST VIOLENCE’
PILOT PROGRAM

Background

The Justice Sector Support Facility (JSSF) is a bilateral initiative funded by the Government of Australia (GoA) and delivered by managing contractor GRM International. GoA’s support meets the third and fourth objectives of the Australia-East Timor Country Strategy 2009-2014: improving government accountability, transparency and integrity and building the foundations of a safer community. JSSF commenced on 25 February 2008 and will be completed on 24 February 2014.

JSSF aims to contribute to the stability and prosperity in Timor-Leste by helping to provide equal and timely access to justice for all men, women, and children through key objectives to build the capacity of the justice sector.

JSSF aims to improve access to justice through six (6) intermediate outcomes:
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