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

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste


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



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.


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.


  • 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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IOM – Duas Pocicoes – CD 17 de Abril de 2017





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


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

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

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




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



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


  • 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 Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview.

OXFAM- Re-Advertise HAFORSA And Humanitarian Program Manager – CD 23 de Fevereiro de 2017





Oxfam’s global vision is for a just world without poverty:

A world in which people can influence decisions that affect their lives, enjoy their rights, and assume their responsibilities as full citizens of a world in which all citizens are valued and treated equally.


Our vision for Timor-Leste is for Timor-Leste to be a country enjoying prosperity and equality,

Where all citizens; women and men, actively shape the development process

and enjoy the well-being that flows from this process, even in times of crisis.


Oxfam Timor Leste program is seeking national staff for 1(one) Position:

1.     Re-Advertise HAFORSA And Humanitarian Program Manager

Oxfam offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits, which include health care and pension contribution, paid annual leave, study cost reimbursement and more.

Oxfam is an equal opportunity employer and women are encouraged to apply.

Fluency in Tetun or Bahasa Indonesia and written and spoken competency in English is a requirement for all three positions.


Scope  Position

Key Selection Criteria

1.     HAFORSA And Humanitarian Program Manager



The Haforsa/Humanitarian Program Manager is responsible to achieve the program objectives of the Strengthening Community Livelihoods (Haforsa) and the Humanitarian Preparedness (HP) Programs out of the Oxfam Timor Leste Country Strategy. This will be achieved by leading the Haforsa and HP team in the implementation of the program strategy, maintaining positive partnerships with a portfolio of partners, and further strategic development of the Oxfam programme in Timor Leste.



·        Proven experience in leading and motivating multi-disciplinary teams and stakeholders (internal and external) in the delivery of program strategy.

·        Proven management experience in leading the design and delivery of complex programs in a range of contexts (ie. diverse experience in development and/or humanitarian programs).

·        Extensive experience and understanding of community development, advocacy, gender mainstreaming and humanitarian work principles, with a demonstrated ability to develop and implement relevant strategies.

·        Good coordination skills and an ability to work across teams to get work in motion.

·        Demonstrated financial management and reporting skills, including experience managing multi donor funded programs.

·        Experience in security management.

·        Fluency in Tetun or Bahasa Indonesia and written and spoken competency in English


To Apply: 

Applicants can request a detailed position description from Sra. Benigna Martins, Human Resources Manager, by e-mailing her, calling 670-331-2605 or obtaining the position description from the Oxfam office at Rua Jacinto Candido, Bidau Akadiru-Hun, Dili, Timor-Leste.


You must submit a covering letter that responds to the Selection Criteria listed above for the position in this advertisement and a current Resume.  Applications could be written in English or tetun.


Please note that only applications submitted with a covering letter addressing the Selection Criteria with a resume and received by 23 February 2017, 5pm will be accepted.  They can be sent to the above e-mail address,

Only Short Listed Applicants will be contacted

Woman are encourage to apply

U.S. Mission Dili, Timor-Leste – Physician – Open Until Filled

U.S. Mission Dili, Timor-Leste



OPEN TO:                  All interested candidates

POSITION:                 Physician, FSN-12

OPENING DATE:      February 17, 2017

CLOSING DATE:      Until Filled

WORK HOURS:        Full-time, 40 hours/week

SALARY:                   Ordinarily Resident (OR): FSN-12 $54,393 per annum (Starting salary)

Not-Ordinarily Resident (NOR):  FP-3*

**Final grade/step for NORs will be determined by Washington.





The U.S. Mission in Dili, Timor-Leste is seeking eligible and qualified female and male applicants for the position of Physician.




The incumbent is expected to provide primary outpatient medical care services to all eligible American Employees and family members. Emergency and occupational health services are to be afforded all employees of the American Embassy. Services will be provided through direct patient evaluation, examination and treatment. Prescriptions when appropriate are to be written or ordered and/or referrals to reputable and responsible specialists are to be made. The incumbent is expected to oversee referral and implementation of recommendations from consultants when appropriate. The LE Staff physician is responsible for determining when hospitalization is appropriate for medical care, and arrange appropriate attending physicians and medical facilities where medical services can be provided. The Locally Employed Staff (LE Staff) physician must have a valid physician license.




Applicants must address each required qualification listed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item.  Failure to do so may result in a determination that the applicant is not qualified.


  1. EDUCATION: Medical Degree from an accredited Medical School and completion of appropriate post-graduate internship/residency/or fellowship with a current valid and unrestricted license to practice medicine within the host country or the U.S. in addition to that other blurb

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Plan International in Timor-Leste – COMMUNITY MOBILIZING OFFICERS, AILEU AND AINARO DISTRICTS – CD 27 de Janeiro de 2017

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste



Re-advertisement: Previous applicants will automatically be considered, and do not need to re-apply

Plan always encourages applications from women and from people with disabilities

Plan’s programs aim to ensure that children realize their rights to health, clean water and sanitation, education, and protection from violence, abuse and disaster risks. Plan Programs are partly funded by regular donations from 12,000+ Individual Child Sponsors. Community Mobilization Officers ensure communications to Sponsors about the children, families and communities that Sponsor donations are helping. The Community Mobilization Officers support Community Volunteers to produce communications, and verify the quality and accuracy of these communications.

Community Mobilization Officers live and work in the sukus.

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Plan International in Timor-Leste – Saving and Loans Officer – CD 08 de Fevereiro de 2017

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Vacancy: Saving and Loans Officer


Plan always encourages applications from women and from people with disabilities

The Savings and Loan Officer is responsible to provide technical support and oversight to savings and loan activities undertaken through Youth Empowerment programs for social protection and livelihood/business development. He/she will support partners to ensure that savings and loan activities are implemented with a high degree of transparency and accountability to members of the groups, and that the groups are formed, supported and structured in a sustainable way


Dimensions of the Role

·      This role is expected to work across two districts: Ainaro (Maubisse) and Aileu District.

·      Responsible for working with young women and men, youth groups, partner organizations and local community members in suco and aldeia, especially those in remote areas.

·      He/she will also ensure that the savings and loan groups are supportive and enabling for women’s participation and leadership.

·      The savings and loans officer will also support the collection of good quality data to enable analysis and tracking the impact of the groups, and will facilitate the partners to reflect and adjust approaches based on the monitoring data.

·      The Savings and Loans Officer will also represent YE program on relevant working groups and will contribute to the influencing of government policies and practices related to savings and loans.

·      Works closely with the Youth Empowerment District Coordinator in Aileu  and Ainaro district and other YE Technical Officers, as well as with M&E Coordinator and other YE Program staff

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USAID’s Avansa Agrikultura Project




USAID’s Avansa Agrikultura Project is a horticulture value chain activity aimed at addressing the key challenges of rural poverty, natural resource degradation, food insecurity, and under-nutrition. The value chain approach will be applied in achieving increased productivity along key horticulture value chains that include vegetables, fruits and legumes. Through the promotion of sustainable production practices, increased functionality of farmer groups and associations, improved market linkages, and increased availability and access to quality agricultural inputs and services, including access to finance, the project will aim to stimulate and support increased economic activity and growth in targeted rural communities and districts. Sustainability of these interventions will be supported by work to maintain sound policies and an enabling environment relevant to the sector, as well as efforts to increase resilience to climate change and improve natural resource management as it relates to farm systems.



Assignment Objective

The Communications and Public Relations Assistant will assist in leading strategic communication efforts and outreach campaigns across all project components under the direction of the Chief of Party and Communications Specialist.  The Communications and Public Relations Assistant will assist with developing and implementing communication and public relation efforts to reach communities and catalyze behavior change.  The Communications and Public Relations Assistant will assist the Communications Specialist in coordinating all event management activities and support all learning events (journalist breakfasts, study tours, etc.)  She/he will work with the Communications Specialist to ensure all team members adhere to the project’s Branding Implementation Plan and Marking Plan.  The Communications and Public Relations Assistant will report to the Communications Specialist, all activities will be delegated by the Communications Specialist in close consultation with the Chief of Party (COP) and/or Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP).

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