International Labour Organization – Finance/Administrative Assistant- CD 29 de Janeiro de 2016

ILO-TL Office

ILO-TL Office

International Labour Organization
Timor-Leste
Roads for Development Program (R4D)

Vacancy Announcement 

Finance/Administrative Assistant

(UN Salary Scale GS-5)

 

Duty Station: Dili

Duration: Starting date 1st March 2016, initially till 31 December 2016, with the possibility of extension.  

R4D is the Government of Timor Leste’s leading national Rural Roads Development and Capacity Building Program, implemented through the Ministry of Public Works, Transport and Communications, with financial assistance from the Australian Government and technical assistance from ILO.

To assist with the administrative and financial support functions, R4D intends to recruit a Finance/Administrative Assistant who will be responsible for the various R4D finance and administrative support functions and the supervision of the R4D Administrative Clerks and other the Logistics Assistant.

Applicants should have a completed Secondary School education and at least 5 years of relevant experience, preferably with a UN Organization. Knowledge of the UN or ILO financial, administrative and personnel rules, regulations and procedures is a distinct advantage. Excellent computer application skills, in particular regarding finance and administration related software applications are required.

Interested candidates can contact Mrs. Santina Belo (santina@ilo.org) to obtain the detailed Terms of Reference for the position. Applications should be sent by email or in a sealed envelope to Mrs. Santina Belo (ILO Office Caicoli, UN Obrigado Barracks) mentioning R4D Finance/Admin Assistant Application”.

 

Applications should include a motivation letter, a detailed and updated Curriculum Vitae and the names and positions of at least three references. The deadline for the submission of applications is 29 January 2016, 5:00 pm, Dili time.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview

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CARE TL – Deputy Project Manager-DRR – CD 25 de Janeiro de 2016

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

Internally & Externally

CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL

Department / Project                    : DRR (Disaster Risk Reduction)

Position                                               : Deputy Project Manager -DRR

Supervisor                                          : DRR Advisor

Grade                                                   : C4

Country Office                                  : CARE Timor International in Timor Leste (CITL)

Salary                                                    : From $819 per month plus benefits

Location of Work                             : Dili with at least 40% field based travel

Position Report To                          : DRR Advisor

Position Supervisors                      : None at this time

Job Description Prepared by      : DRR Advisor

Date Job Description Updated   : 19 January 2016

Date Job Description Evaluated                : 19 January 2016

Contract period                                                : Till end March 2016

 

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.

In Timor Leste, CARE’s goal is to improve the wellbeing and voice of women and girls in rural disadvantaged areas, as we know they are the most disadvantaged members of society. We do this through our thematic priority areas of sexual reproductive and maternal health and rights, education, women’s economic empowerment and women’s voice. CARE uses a number of approaches including the Gender Equality Framework, engaging men and boys, working in partnership, robust monitoring evaluation learning and impact and a commitment to accountability and inclusion.

Responding to humanitarian emergencies is an essential part of CARE’s work to fight poverty and injustice and we recognize that emergencies are a cause and effect of both. CARE Timor Leste plans to respond to the impacts of emergencies in a way that ensures women, men, boys and girls benefit equally and contribute to CITL’s efforts to promote gender equality across Timor Leste.

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

The DRR Deputy Project Manager is responsible for supporting the DRR Advisor with the overall management and technical support to CARE International in Timor-Leste’s (CITL) emergency preparedness and response programming. The position will support the collection, analysis and reporting of emergency assessment information and in the management of CITL’s response. The role will also play an important role in continuing to foster the relationship with various stakeholders.

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USAID TL – ‘Nutrition Coordinator’ Position – CD 29 de Janeiro de 2016

USAID

USAID

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

USAID’s Avansa Agrikultura Project

‘Nutrition Coordinator’ Position

 BACKGROUND

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 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.

OBJECTIVE 

The USAID’s Avansa Agrikultura Project is seeking talented, ambitious and energetic professionals looking for their next big career move with an international organization in the following position:

  • Nutrition Coordinator

This program represents a challenging, fast-paced international work environment that demands initiative, flexibility and a willingness to travel for certain aforementioned positions. In return, USAID’s Avansa Agrikultura Project offers the right candidate a very competitive package and an exciting job that rewards creative thinking and offers an opportunity to develop a deep insight into the functioning of the Timor-Leste economy, and possibly beyond. Please note that the rate of pay will be based on previous salary and local labour standards. 

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

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Conservation International – Consultancy – Fundraising/Proposal Development – CD 12 de Fevereiro de 2016

Conservation International, Timor Leste Program

Conservation International, Timor Leste Program

TERMS OF REFERENCE

Consultancy – Fundraising/Proposal Development

Conservation International

Conservation International (CI) has been a leader in conservation for nearly three decades, since it was established in 1987. CI is a non-profit organization working in more than 30 countries on four continents with head office in Washington DC. CI believes that the Earth’s natural heritage must be maintained if future generations are to thrive economically and culturally. By building on a strong foundation of science, field demonstrations and partnerships CI’s mission is to empower societies to responsible and sustainably care for nature, our global biodiversity and the well-being of humanity. We work with communities, governments, and businesses throughout Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Pacific Ocean to tackle the biggest threats to natural capital, the parts of nature that have the greatest value to people.

CI started its program in Timor-Leste in 2009, and established a permanent office in 2012. It is the first and only international non-governmental environmental organization in country. In Timor-Leste, over the past six years, CI has been supporting the establishment of community-led Locally Managed Marine Areas (LMMAs), development of environmental policy, identification of rare and unique species within the country, and building the capacity of its people in environmentally related matters. CI has an MOU with the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MAF), The Regional Government of Oecussi and Atauro Island (ZEESM), and also works in partnership with the Ministry of Commerce, Industry, and Environment (MCIE).

 

Purpose of Engagement

The Country Office is based in Dilli, and has a technical team led by the Country Director. The country program is expanding and there is a need to match that expansion with support both within and outside of Timor-Leste. This requires building and maintaining relations, identify funding opportunities, and following through with proposals.

The scope of the Consultancy is to support the Country Director in the ongoing fundraising efforts. This means working closely with the Country Director and Development Director in identifying funding opportunities, developing high quality concept notes and proposals in English that responds to those opportunities, and is in line with CI’s work.  Country level fundraising work and proposal development is supported by the CI Asia Pacific Field Program (APFD) Development Director based in Singapore. The Development Director coordinates the fundraising efforts in the region, and oversees the country level efforts. Currently there is a need for additional support in Timor-Leste to increase the scope of opportunities, enable timely responses to opportunities, and to follow up on prospects both in and out of the country.

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USAID’S AVANSA AGRIKULTURA PROJECT – Request for Proposal – RFP – CD 20 de Janeiro de 2016

USAID

USAID

USAID’s Avansa Agrikultura Project

Request for Proposal – RFP

 

Objective: Institutional or individual service to conduct Women’s Economic Empowerment Campaign – First Phase

 

Duty Station                                                     : Dili

Application deadline                                      : 20 January 2016

Languange Required                                      : English

Starting date                                                    : 25 January  2016

Expected duration of assignment               : 7- 10 weeks from January  to April 2016

This campaign is a part of the five year USAID’s Avansa Agrikultura Project.  The campaign is aimed at highlighting the lack of empowerment women face relating to economic opportunities in Timor-Leste, and through the project’s objectives aims to assist women in unleashing their economic potential.  The goal of this campaign is to develop a comprehensive public relations campaign that will promote messages to encourage women to become entrepreneurs and increase their engagement in economic activities.  The campaign should also reach men, young women and community decision makers to portray to them the advantages of increased female economic participation.

The total estimated amount is to between USD 5.000-USD10,000 and the procurement procedure will comprise of 3 quotations, in addition to the rules presented below.

 

1.     Project Background and Rationale:

USAID’s Avansa Agrikultura project is a 5-year horticulture value chain project aimed at addressing the key challenges of rural poverty, natural resources degradation, food insecurity and under-nutrition in Timor-Leste. The project will aim to increase incomes for about 33,000 women and men across 250 communities, improve nutritional practices and increase farmer’s ability to manage their economic assets.  A key component of the project is to increase female presence in the agribusiness sector by providing them with skills to develop their own businesses in the horticulture value chain.  Our project will provide training to women in skills development however this will only address part of the problem.  While over 60% of women are engaged in agriculture in Timor-Leste, and bear the majority of the burden of production, women’s participation in the formal economic sector is considerably lower than men.  To change this we need to change attitudes of both men and women concerning their involvement in the workforce and as entrepreneurs.

2.     Objective:

The purpose of this Request for Applications is to seek an organization to develop and manage the first phase of the USAID’s Avansa Agrikultura Project’s Women’s Economic Empowerment Campaign between January 2016 and March 2016.

3.     Scope of Work:

The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP ) is to obtain an organization capable of developing and managing the first phase of the USAID’s Avansa Agrikultura Project’s Women’s Economic Empowerment Campaign between January 2016 and March 2016.  The selected organization will be required to implement and oversee all activities related to the deliverables listed below, as well as additional activities which may arise as directed by USAID’s Avansa Agrikultura Project Staff during the development and implementation of the first phase of the Women’s Economic Empowerment Campaign.

 

The first phase of the Women’s Economic Empowerment Campaign will begin February 10, 2016 and continue until March 31, 2015.  All work listed in the deliverables  (Point 4 ) below must be completed and approved by USAID no later than January 30, 2016.  Printed materials will be showcased beginning February 10, 2016.  The Drama / Skit will be launched at the opening of the ‘Unleashing Women Economic Potential: Women in Agribusiness Timor-Leste” Conference on February 18, 2016.  Following the close of the conference the drama troupe will travel to each of the districts USAID’s Avansa Agrikultura Project works in for 2 performances at locations as decided by the project staff.

 

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SDV Logistic East Timor – Credit Controller Officer – CD 22 de Janeiro de 2016

SDV Logistic Timor – Leste

SDV Logistic East Timor

SDV Logistic East Timor

SDV is looking to recruit 1 person for short term contracts to support this project:
1.  Credit Controller Officer

Click this link to download the details:–> Credit Controller ad

To apply for this opportunity, please forward your (1) resume; and (2) accompanying application letter to Levi Guterres at levi.guterres@bollore.com

The closing date for applications is the 22nd of January, 2016 at 5pm.

Only successful candidates will be contacted and late applications will be discarded.

 

Moris Rasik NGO – RISK MANAGEMENT STAFF (Vaga 1) – CD 22 de Janeiro de 2016

NGO-Moris-Rasik-Timor-Leste

NGO-Moris-Rasik-Timor-Leste

Assuntu                 : Anuncio Vaga

Pozisaun               : RISK MANAGEMENT STAFF (Vaga 1)

Tipu Vagas           : Kongkursu External

 

MR agora loke Vaga ba Publiku ho Pozisaun Risk Management Staff nain Ida (1) atu halao servisu iha Eskritoriu Central Dili, no halo Viajen servisu ba Municipiu hotu iha Timor laran tomak tuir nesesidade Servisu Risk Management nian. Moris Rasik foo Prioridade ba Kandidatura nebee mai husi Municipiu Manatuto, Lospalos no Viqueque.

 

Responsabilidade serbisu RMS inklui:

  • Aprende, kompriende, no monitoriza risku hotu iha departamentu hotu iha MR;
  • Analiza operasaun hotu iha MR no identifika risku, depois ajuda RMM ba halo metodu ba kontrola risku;
  • Prepara treinamentu (uza Power point) no fo treinamentu ba Management/staff hotu iha MR;
  • Fo inspirasaun no motivasaun ba staff hotu atu aprende konaba risku no oinsaa bele kontola risku iha MR;
  • Tuir RMM nia intrusaun no servisu makaas/kolabora ho nia.

 

RMS nia kriteria:

  • Kompriende ona konaba MR nia operasaun;
  • Koalia makaas ho konfidensial ba Staff/Management, no fo lideransa ba sira kona ba Risk Management;
  • Iha attitude pozitivu;
  • Hakerek relatoriu diak;
  • Analiza problema no fo sujestaun ba improva;
  • Hakarak aprende barak (tan ba posizaun ida ne’e dalaruma araska);
  • Prontu halao serbisu seluk bainhira RMM husu atu halo.

 

Ba Staff maluk sira nebee iha Interese, bele haruka Ita-boot sira nia Aplikasaun (karta requerimentu, Habilitasaun Literarias, Certifikadu no seluk tan ba iha Eskritoriu Central Moris Rasik nian iha Timor Plaza- Andar 3-Unit 334-335 ou liu husi e-mail; calistro@morisrasik.com ou bele telephone ba numeru Telemovel HP +670 77357850/77301920.

 

Requerimentu Derizi ba: Team Leader Management Committee Moris Rasik (Sr. João Magalhaes Ximenes).

 

Data hatama Aplikasaun hahu 15 – 22/01/2016

 

Dili; 14 – Janeiro – 2016

(Calistro Oliveira da Costa L. Ec.)

Administration Manager

 

Moris Rasik NGO – INTERNAL AUDIT STAFF (Vaga 1) – CD 22 de Janeiro de 2016

NGO-Moris-Rasik-Timor-Leste

NGO-Moris-Rasik-Timor-Leste

Assuntu                 : Anuncio Vaga

Pozisaun               : INTERNAL AUDIT STAFF (Vaga 1)

Tipu Vagas           : Kongkursu External

 

MR agora loke Vaga ba Publiku ho Pozisaun Internal Audit Staff nain Ida (1) atu halao servisu iha Eskritoriu Central Dili, no halo Viajen servisu ba Municipiu hotu iha Timor laran tomak tuir nesesidade Servisu Internal Audit nian. Moris Rasik foo Prioridade ba Kandidatura nebee mai husi Municipiu Manatuto, Lospalos no Viqueque.

 

Responsabilidade serbisu inklui:

  1. Atividade Lapangan/Centro:
  2. Atu hare no akompanha serbisu Field Staff iha Center Meeting bazeia ba sircular no mos proseduria centru inkontru, Disiplina Field Staff no mos disiplina Klienti nian iha sentru.
  3. Identifika no revista CDS, Voucher, Passbook, Loan Passbook, Deposit Pass Book inklui Disbursment Sheet no mos dokumentus seluk tan nebe mak iha relasaun ho serbisu Field Staff nian iha centru.
  4. Atividade Eskritorial nian:
  • Revista Dokumentus hotu iha Unit/Branch no Regional hotu hanesan Voucher, CDS preparasaun, Proposta, Relatorius hotu-hotu inklui PAR, Cash Flow, Trial Balance no seluk-seluk tan
  • Revista transaksaun iha Voucher, CDS Collection, Summary Sheet no mos Transaksaun seluk tan hodi kompara ho Data iha Sub Ledger.
  • Revista HBFT nebe mak halao entre Unit ka Branch, Regiaun ho Head Office, no mos Atividade Transaksaun nebe mak halo ho Unit komponente sira seluk.
  • Fraud detection
  • Follow up ba membro/Kliente
  • Halo Relatorio ba Manager Internal Audit Moris Rasik
  • Servisu seluk tan nebee maka Chefe sira husu atu halao

Ba Staff maluk sira nebee iha Interese, bele haruka Ita-boot sira nia Aplikasaun (karta requerimentu, Habilitasaun Literarias, Certifikadu no seluk tan ba iha Eskritoriu Central Moris Rasik nian iha Timor Plaza- Andar 3-Unit 334-335 ou liu husi e-mail; calistro@morisrasik.com ou bele telephone ba numeru Telemovel HP +670 77357850/77301920.

Requerimentu Derizi ba: Team Leader Management Committee Moris Rasik (Sr. João Magalhaes Ximenes).

 

Data hatama Aplikasaun hahu 15 – 22/01/2016

 

Dili; 14 – Janeiro – 2016

 

(Calistro Oliveira da Costa L. Ec.)

Administration Manager

 

 

ADRA-TIMOR-LESTE – CLTS Hygiene Promotion Officer – CD 15 de Janeiro de 2016

ADRA-TIMOR-LESTE

ADRA Timor-Leste – CLTS Hygiene Promotion Officer

 

Purpose of position
To improve attitudes and behaviours of rural communities in Viqueque district of Timor-Leste on sanitation and hygiene practices using CLTS methodology by assisting in ADRA Timor Leste’s community hygiene training programs.

Only applicants with CLTS training experience will be considered for this position.

Contract Period

Starts no later than 1 February, 2016 or sooner if possible.

Finishes: June 30, 2016.

Role dimension

1.      Contribute to the monitoring of hygiene and sanitation outputs and project activities carried out by local female CHV’s and field staff.

2.      Collate relevant information and assist with reporting requirements to the donor.

3.      Network and liaise with District Health Officers, as well as local health centres and clinics.

4.      Conduct hygiene and sanitation training in all target communities.

5.      Manage the team of local CHV’s with ongoing follow up visits in communities after the completion of training events throughout the life of the project.

6.      Undertake any other tasks that may be delegated by the ADRA Timor-Leste Program Manager that are in keeping with the scope of the role.

Major challenges include working as part of a team, including collaboration with the Country and Field Offices, and engaging in continuous professional development and actively seeking to continuously improve program processes and outcomes. May be asked to work in remote locations.

Essential knowledge, skills and abilities

1.      Experience in delivery and presentation of CLTS activities.

2.      Experience in conducting training and organising community based workshops.

3.      Good presentation skills and ability to communicate to varied audiences, including those with limited literacy.

4.      Ability to work well under pressure and to deadlines.

5.      Ability to prepare and work within budgets for planned training activities.

6.      Excellent community engagement skills.

7.      Demonstrated ability to work as a part of a team, organise work and supervise others.

8.      Flexibility, adaptability and willingness to take on tasks and learn to apply new health and hygiene methodologies in community settings.

9.      Uphold the values of the organisation

10.  Ability to communicate in Tetun Terik  (English an advantage) – oral and written.

11.  Be willing to undertake travel within Viqueque and to Dili as required by the project.

Gender Policy: Women are encouraged to apply for this position.

Job Location: The position will be based at the ADRA TL office in Viqueque District.

Applications for the position are due on 15 January 2016 at 12:00 pm. Candidates fulfilling the criteria may send in their application along with a copy of their Curriculum Vitae and full contact address to the following email addresses:

director@adra.tl and programs@adra.tl

or deliver to:                 ADRA Timor Leste,

Rua Hudi Laran, Dili,

Phone: 3310515

Only short listed candidates will be notified and applications will not be returned. Please do NOT apply if you do not have CLTS specific experience.

CARE TL –  Business Development Adviser – CD 17 de Janeiro de 2016

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

Internally & Externally

CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL

Department / Project                    : Program Quality

Position                                               : Business Development Advisor

Supervisor                                          : PQ Unit Manager

Grade                                                   : A

Country Office                                  : CARE Timor International in Timor Leste (CITL)

Salary                                                    : From $1,109 per month plus benefits

Location of Work                             : Base in Dili, with some travel to field locations

Position Report To                          : PQ unit Manager

Position Supervisors                      : N/A

Job Description Prepared by      : ACD/P

Date Job Description Updated   : 12 December 2015

Date Job Description Evaluated                : N/A

Contract period                                                : June 30, 2016

 

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.

  1. PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

The business development advisor is responsible to lead the private sector engagement and social enterprise initiatives at CARE International in Timor-Leste (CITL). This will include providing specific technical advice to support the program in terms of business development, social enterprise practices, market analysis and working with the private sector. The role will also lead on the development of key private sector partnerships to support the implementation of CITL’s program.

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