WaterAid – Driver – CD 08 de Setembro de 2016

WaterAid-TL Office

WaterAid-TL Office

Vacancy Announcement

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

Job Title: Driver
 

Place of Work:

 

Dili, with frequent travel to Likisà and Manufahi.

 

Capacity:

 

Hours:

 

Full time

 

40 hours/week

 

Reports to:

 

Finance and Admin Officer

Start date:                                  19th September 2016

 

 

Explanation of Role

WaterAid is an international NGO that enables the world’s poorest people to gain access to safe water and sanitation. Together with improved hygiene, these basic human rights underpin health, education and livelihoods, forming the first essential step in overcoming poverty. We work with local partners and provide them with the skills and support to help communities set up and manage practical and sustainable projects that meet their real needs. We also work locally and internationally to change policy and practice and ensure water, hygiene and sanitation’s vital role in reducing poverty is recognized. WaterAid has been working in Timor-Leste since 2005 and our vision is that all Timorese should have access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene by 2030. WaterAid is able to provide great training and educational opportunities, good working conditions, and the opportunity to join a highly motivated and award winning team. For more information go to www.wateraid.org .

 

This position involves supporting WaterAid’s WASH program work with local organisations and government, focused on enabling WaterAid staff and guests to access rural communities , local and national government and support operations for WaterAid’s Timor-Leste offices. This position will be based in Dili with frequent travel to Likisà and Manufahi municipalities, as well as other municipalities when required and will be required to operate a 4×4 car safely on challenging rural terrain and roads in poor condition.

 

Key Accountabilities

  • Safely operate a large 4×4 car on challenging rural terrain and roads in poor condition.
  • Manage and record kilometers, service, maintenace and fueling in the car log book.
  • Responsible for routine checks of oil, fuel, air in tires and other items as necessary.
  • Responsible for keeping car tidy and clean both inside and out.
  • Responsible to ensure the car have; basic repair tool sets, basic first aid kid, a fire extinguisher, and a functional spare tire, all in working order.
  • Responsible for having clean and valid driver license and ensring car registration is in-date.
  • Responsible for reporting any detected need for repair to Operations or Country Director
  • Comply with National and WaterAid traffic rules and best practices.
  • Responsible for all passengers safety and ensuring everyone wears a seatbelt.
  • Ensure any passengers that are not WATL staff sign the declaration when using a WATL car

 

 

Person Specification

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The Asia Foundation – Program Finance Officer – CD 31 de Agosto de 2016

The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste

Improving Lives, Expanding Opportunities

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

EXTERNALLY & INTERNALLY

 

 

Title:                                     Program Finance Officer

Unit:                                    Program Finance

Reports to:                      Sub-Award & Compliance Manager

Supervises:                                      None

Unit:                           Timor-Leste Office

Work Location:             Dili

Contract Duration      1 year with possibility of extension

 

SUMMARY OF JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

The Program Finance Officer is responsible for program finance and grants administration functions.  This includes but is not limited to, reviewing and following up grantee financial reports, assisting in conducting due diligence checks on partners and maintaining a grant narrative and financial report list. Duties also include assisting program staff in reviewing Letters of Agreement and Letters of Contract, budget review and compliance, preparation of grant administration documents and filing.  The Program Finance Officer will also be required to review RFPs, cash advances and expense reports related to program expenses and ensure correctness of request, and project (charge code) number.

 

Internal Contacts

The Program Finance Officer will be required to have regular contact with the Sub-award & Compliance Manager, Finance Manager, Administration & HR Manager, Operations Manager and the Deputy Country Representative. Routine contact with the Senior Program Finance Officer, the Finance team, the EVAW Program Manager and the EVAW team will also be required.

 

External Contacts

Frequent contact with grantees and regular scheduled visits to grantee offices as per the Foundation’s grant procedures and regulations.

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Independent Jesuit Region of Timor-Leste – REGIONAL FINANCE OFFICER – CD 15 de Setembro de 2016

Independent Jesuit Region of Timor-Leste

Independent Jesuit Region of Timor-Leste

HIRING NOTICE

The Society of Jesus (Companhia de Jesus), is a religious order that runs various local communities of priests and brothers, educational institutions, pastoral work, social apostolate, mass media and formation.  We are currently looking for a full-time REGIONAL FINANCE OFFICER who will be in-charge of the following:

 

  1. Assist in preparing financial plans, budgets and forecasts, both capital and recurrent for the entire region ;
  2. Handling the proper documents flow for processing transactions involving cash inflow and outflow;
  3. Development and maintenance of office records, files, correspondences pertaining to communities, institutions, including partner institutions and all other documents related to the normal course of duties.
  4. Recording the transactions in the books of account and prepares the needed reports at any time;
  5. Monitoring and reviewing approved budgets and plans with reports to the Superior and his Delegates at regular intervals;
  6. Assist the Treasurer in matters of communication and logistics
  7. Formulating recommendations to the Treasurer and the Superior regarding the level of project/service costs and various fees and charges;
  8. Collecting and taking appropriate action on unpaid bills and unliquidated advances of the Region;
  9. Managing the purchasing function related to both operating and capital expenditures of the Region;
  10. Preparing the financial statements on regular basis and at the end of the calendar/fiscal year;
  11. Coordinating the external audit of the books and financial statements;
  12. Contributes to the development of policy and strategic direction of each unit and the whole Region.
  13.  Performs other minor duties and responsibilities that may be delegated by the Superior.

Job Requirements 

  1. Male or Female
  2. Between 30 – 40 years old
  3. Accounting graduate – Licentiatura
  4. At least 2 years experience in accounting, finance and management services
  5. Fluent in English, Tetum and Portuguese
  6. Preferably with experience in actual Accounting
  7. Knowledgeable of accounting principles
  8. Ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment
  9. Hands-on experience working on tax returns, year-end reports and bookkeeping
  10. Extensive computer skills and knowledge of accounting related computer applications
  11. Strong in communication and interpersonal skills
  12. Adequate managerial skills and willing to be trained
  13. High attention to detail and good analytical mind
  14. Willingness to be part of the Jesuit Mission here in Timor Leste

 

Apply and submit your resume with character references accompanied with an application letter and various scanned copies of credentials.  Application is open until 15th of September 2016.  Only those who qualify and make it in the short list will be contacted.

 

Email to etr.communications@gmail.com, with the subject heading: FINANCE OFFICER

Independent Jesuit Region of Timor-Leste – COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER – CD 15 de Setembro de 2016

Independent Jesuit Region of Timor-Leste

Independent Jesuit Region of Timor-Leste

HIRING NOTICE

 

Companhia de Jesus (the Jesuits), founded by St. Ignatius of Loyola with a group of companions in 1540, first set foot in Timor Leste as early as 1897.  The first missionary enterprise of the order was in Soibada and later on established parishes and apostolic works in other parts of the country.  In more recent decades, the Jesuits used to run the diocesan seminaries in the country in early 60s up to about late 90s.  The diocesan school Colégio de São José was entrusted to the Jesuits until 2011 and the new Jesuit school Colégio de Santo Inâcio de Loiola was established in 2012 and Instituto São João de Brito in 2015.  There are other works of the Jesuits in Timor including the Jesuit Social Service (JSS) and the media arm Casa de Producão Audiovisual  (CPA).  The Jesuits have been engaged also in pastoral works in the parish in Railaco, and the Apostleship of Prayer being propagated in the whole country.  Formation of candidates and young seminarians who are aspiring to become Jesuit Priests and Brothers is also on-going.  There are many works and the Jesuits are looking for means to communicate effectively the impact thus far of these works.  In this light, the team is looking for a talented and enthusiastic communication officer who can perform the task of writing stories and gathering of news and features from the field in order to promote the Jesuit mission local and abroad.

Come and join this community of Jesuits and lay partners!  We are currently looking for a full-time COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER who will be in-charge of the following:

 

  1. Preparing portfolio of stories showing the impact of the various works of the Jesuits in Education, Pastoral Ministry, Formation, Social Apostolate, and Social Media.
  2. Creative lay-out and format for these stories accompanied with photos and videos, if necessary.
  3. Maintains a data-base of potential and existing end-users of these narratives.
  4. Presents these stories to the different directors of works for validation and to the Superior of the Region for final approval.
  5. Maintains an image data bank as well as video archives and acts as liaison between the Jesuits institutions and international funding agencies and partners as regards sharing of these photos and videos by request.
  6. Assist in preparing creative lay-outs of brochures, annual reports, posters, advertisements, and other collaterals for some institutions of the Jesuits in the Region.
  7. Maintains the Facebook and Website of the Region.  Assists in some postings in various social media accounts of some institutions by request.
  8. Assist in providing updates and stories to the Socius of the Region for the internal newsletter of the Jesuits.
  9. Performs other minor duties delegated by the immediate supervisor assigned by the Superior of the Society of Jesus in Timor Leste.

 

Job Requirements 

  1. Male or Female
  2. Not more than 35 years old
  3. Graduate of any Communication and Information Technology-related degree
  4. Preferably Timorese and proficient in English, Portuguese, Indonesian and Tetum
  5. Preferably with experience in communications and writing fictions and non-fictions
  6. Extensive computer skills and knowledge or easy to be trained on Adobe and Mac-based cross-applications and various media applications (e.g. Photoshop, Publisher, Apple Photo, Adobe Premier, Final Cut)
  7. Ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment
  8. Strong in communication and interpersonal skills
  9. Adequate managerial skills and willing to be trained
  10. High attention to detail and good analytical and creative mind
  11. Willingness to take active part in the Jesuit mission

 

Apply and submit your resume accompanied with an application letter and various scanned copies of credentials.  Application is open until 15th of September 2016.  Only those who qualify and make it in the short list will be contacted.

 

Email to:  etr.communications@gmail.com, with the subject heading:  COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

Ministerio das Financas – Various Pocicoes – CD (Ver Abaixo)

Ministerio das Financas

Ministerio das Financas

Ministerio das Financas-TL

 

Employment Opportunities

All vacancies in the Ministry oF Finance

(Please refer to MoF Recruitment Guidelines HERE!)

Name: Type: Deadline: Downloads:
Project Management Advisor, Tibar Bay Port (TBP) N/A September 8, 2016 English |  Portuguese |  Tetum |  Indonesian
Project Manager, Tibar Bay Port (TBP) N/A 8 SEPT 2016, 17:00 OTL English |  Portuguese |  Tetum |  Indonesian
National Environmental & Social Officer, PMU N/A 8 SEPT 2016, 17:00 OTL English |  Portuguese |  Tetum |  Indonesian
Civil Engineer, Tibar Bay Port (TBP)-PMU N/A 8 SEPT 2016, 17:00 OTL English |  Portuguese |  Tetum |  Indonesian
Administration and Finance Officer, PMU N/A 8 SEPT 2016, 17:00 OTL English |  Portuguese |  Tetum |  Indonesian
Curriculum Development Specialist N/A 5 September 2016, 17:00 OTL English |  Portuguese |  Tetum |  Indonesian
Petroleum Mineral Revenue Legal Compliance Officer (PMRLCO) (National) National 31 August 2016, 17:00 OTL English |  Portuguese |  Tetum |  Indonesian

Original Source–>MOF

CARDNO GfD – Agriculture Policy Adviser – CD 01 de Setembro de 2016

CARDNO-PNDS

CARDNO

Governance for Development Support Services

Cardno Emerging Markets is seeking a highly skilled and experienced Strategic Agriculture Policy Adviser to support the Governance for Development (GfD) program.

Through the GfD program, the Australian Government is assisting the Government of Timor-Leste to implement its Strategic Development Plan by working with central agencies and selected line ministries to improve systems that are most important to economic management and service delivery.

The objective of the Strategic Agriculture Policy Adviser is to support the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries to ensure the programs funded by various Development Partners are coordinated at a strategic level in order to maximise the contribution of agriculture to Timor-Leste’s economic development, in line with the GoTL Guide for Economic Reform and Growth and the Strategic Development Plan.

This is a locally engaged staff position and will be based in Dili.  The successful candidate will be contracted until 30 June 2017 in the first instance.

Applicants should have a Bachelor degree in Management, Economics, Rural Development, International Development, Agronomy, Agricultural Economics or other fields relevant to this assignment, with preference for candidates who have a Master degree and experience in Monitoring and Evaluation.

Applicants are requested to read the Terms of Reference, review the Selection Criteria and follow the instructions on how to apply.

Detailed information about the position is available by clicking here: http://www.cardno.com/en-au/Careers/Pages/Strategic-Agriculture-Policy-Adviser-%E2%80%93-Ministry-of-Agriculture-and-Fisheries.aspx

or through recruitment@gfd.tl

Applications close on 1 September 2016, 23.55hrs Dili time.

Cardno is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Cardno encourages women to apply. Cardno recognizes the moral and legal responsibility to provide an equal opportunity workplace by ensuring that all recruitment and selection decisions are based on the best qualified and experienced candidate who can perform the genuine inherent requirements of the position.

Your privacy is important to Cardno.  It is the policy of Cardno to respect the confidentiality of information and privacy of individuals. Personal information provided by you as part of your application (whether oral, electronic, or written) will be collected and processed for the purpose of evaluating your application for employment.  In order to carry out this purpose, your information may be disclosed to appropriate persons in our offices.  Any information we hold will be governed by the most current version of the Cardno Privacy Policy. 

Cardno is committed to Child Protection, Anti-bribery and Fraud prevention in the delivery of our International Development project and programs.  Our recruitment and selection procedures reflect this commitment and may include a relevant police or criminal record check.

 An Australian aid project – managed by Cardno on behalf of the Australian Government

www.cardno.com/emergingmarkets

CARE TL – Field Engineering-kitchen Gardens – CD 21 de Agosto de 2016

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

Internally & Externally

CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL

Department / Project                    : Safe Motherhood Project

Position                                               : Field Engineering-kitchen Gardens

Supervisor                                          : Deputy Project Manager

Grade                                                   : D1

Salary                                                    : From $per 546 month plus benefits

Location of Work                             : Atsabe, Ermera or Suai, Covalima

Position Report To                          : Deputy Project Manager

 

 

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.

The Safe Motherhood Project is aligned with the Government of Timor-Leste’s National Reproductive Health Strategy (2014-2018) which supports birth spacing using family planning services and men’s involvement in fertility management, and commits to ensuring all pregnant women can access maternal care. The overall goal of the project is to decrease maternal mortality and morbidity. To achieve this goal, the project focuses on improving Sexual Reproductive and Maternal Health (SRMH) and nutrition behaviors and improving, access, utilization and provision of quality SRMH services.

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 Field Engineer is responsible for leading on the building of infrastructure under the project and establishing the kitchen gardens at the aldeias. The role will also monitor the state of the physical infrastructure and deliver trainings on maintenance of the structures and kitchen gardens including providing tips for sustainable agriculture to the communities.

 

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:

Project Planning

  • Support the Deputy Project Manager to develop the overall project implementation plan for the kitchen garden and infrastructure construction component of the Safe Motherhood project
  • Develop monthly work plans for implementation and ensure project activities are implemented as per the plan

Infrastructure Construction and Kitchen Gardens

  • Responsible for developing and implementing the project strategy related to construction, rehabilitation and maintenance of infrastructure built under the project such as water tanks, water harvesting ponds and fish pond in the communities

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Counterpart International – REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS – CD 04 de Setembro de 2016

Counterpart International - Timor-Leste Office Counterpart International – Timor-Leste Office

Counterpart International 

BA DISTRITO DECENTRALIZATION ADVOCACY GRANT FOR

SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION OF OECUSSE-AMBENO

REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS

 

Applications due Sunday, September 4, 2016

 

(Tetun iha kraik)

The USAID-funded Ba Distrito project will competitively award a decentralization advocacy grant to a non-governmental organization to undertake advocacy and education campaign activities in the Special Administrative Region of Oecusse-Ambeno.  The activities to be implemented by the successful applicant organization must create opportunities for citizens:

  1. to better understand new laws and policies being applied related to decentralization in Oecusse; and
  2. to share their feedback with the policy makers at the region and national level, as well as implementers in the Special Administrative Region of Oecusse-Ambeno.

Outreach activities should target the regional administration, post administration, and suco level.  Outreach must be done on a minimum of 3 decentralization laws or policies affecting the Special Administrative Region of Oecusse-Ambeno.  The laws prioritized for outreach and consultation will be decided in consultation with Counterpart International.  Examples of these laws could include the Law No.9/2016 on Suco Law; Law No.3/2014 on Creates the Special Administrative Region of Oecusse-Ambeno and Establishes Special Zone of Social Market Economy; and Decree-Law No.5/2015 on Statute of Special Administrative Region of Oecusse-Ambeno.

 

The grant is for a period of approximately 10 months and the anticipated amount of the total grant may be up to $10,000.Applications must be received by Ba Distrito by Sunday September 4, 2016.

For further information, please click here to access the application package online, or email Ms. Jacinta Mendonça, Ba Distrito Grants Manager, at jmendonca@counterpart.org.

Thank you!

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BA DISTRITO FUNDUS BA ADVOKASIA DESENTRALIZASAUN

REJIAUN ADMINISTRATIVA ESPESIÁL OECUSSE-AMBENO

PEDIDU BA APLIKASAUN

 

Prazu ba aplikasaun Domingu, 4 Septembru 2016

 

USAID nia projetu Ba Distrito atu fornese fundu ba advokasia desentralizasaun ba organizasaun naun-governmental hodi hala’o atividade kampaña advokasia no edukasaun iha Rejiaun Administrativa Espesiál Oecusse-Ambeno. Organizasaun ne’ebé hatama aplikasaun ho susesu tenke implementa atividade ne’ebé kria oportunidade hodi sidadaun bele:

 

1.         komprende di’ak liu tan lei no polítika foun kona-ba desentralizasaun ne’ebé komesa implementa iha Oecusse; no

2.         fahe sira-nia komentáriu ho ema boot husi nivel rejiaun no nasionál ne’ebé halo polítika kona-ba desentralizasaun, no mós ema sira ne’ebé implementa ona polítika sira ne’e iha Rejiaun Administrativa Espesiál ba Oecusse-Ambeno.

 

Atividade divulgasaun tenke fornese iha nivel Rejiaun Adminsitrativa Espesiál, Postu Administrativu, no Suku. Tenke hala’o divulgasaun kona-ba mínimu lei ka polítika desentralizasaun tolu (3) ne’ebé fó impaktu ba Rejiaun Administrativa Espesiál ba Oecusse-Ambeno. Lei ne’ebé hili nudar lei prioridade ba atividade divulgasaun no konsultasaun sei deside hamutuk ho Counterpart International.  Ezemplu lei sira-ne’e bele hanesan Lei No.9/2016 kona ba Lei Suku; Lei No.3/2014 kona ba Kriasaun Rejiaun Administrativa Espesiál Oecusse-Ambeno no Estabelese Zona Espesial Ekonomia Sosial Merkadu, no Dekretu-Lei No.5/2015 kona ba Estatutu Rejiaun Administrativa Espesiál Oecusse-Ambeno.

 

Fundu ne’e ba períodu maizumenus fulan 10 no tuir planu, orsamentu totál ba fundu ne’e bele to’o $10,000. Aplikasaun tenke hatama ba Ba Distrito la liu loron Domingu, 4 Septembru 2016.

 

Se presiza informasaun tan, favor klik iha ne’e atu hetan pakote aplikasaun, ka haruka email ida ba Sra. Jacinta Mendonça, Ba Distrito nia Jestor Fundus, iha jmendonca@counterpart.org .

 

Obrigadu!

 

CARE TL – Technical Advisor – CD 28 de Agosto de 2016

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

Internally & Externally

CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL

Department / Project                    : Safe Motherhood Project (SMP

Position                                               : Technical Advisor

Supervisor                                          : Health Program Manager

Grade                                                   : A1

Salary                                                    : From $ 1,126 per month plus benefits

Location of Work                             : Dili with occasional travel to the target Municipalities

Position Report To                          : Health Program Manager

 

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.

Sexual Reproductive and Maternal Health plus Rights is a core Women’s Empowerment Thematic Long Term Priority for CITL. Building on current SRMH in work Timor-Leste, CITL will focus on piloting gender transformative approaches that address community level factors contributing to high fertility, maternal mortality and malnutrition among women in rural disadvantaged areas. Building an evidence base on successful approaches and promoting adoption of these by government and other stakeholders will be complemented by initiatives to build stronger capacities and accountabilities amongst key duty bearers and SRMH service providers. Ultimately CITL seeks to contribute to the CARE 2020 global impact goal “100 million women and girls exercise their rights to sexual, reproductive and maternal health and a life free from violence.” In order to do this CITL will also develop strategic partnerships to advocate for better implementation of MoH policy and strategies, and in line with CO priorities under GBV, investigate entry points for promoting GBV specialist services.

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 technical advisor is responsible to support the development and implementation of the SRMH +R long term programming for CITL. The role will lead on developing technical capacity of the field based staff in SRMH and is the key staff responsible for coordinating and liaising with the relevant government entities. The role will also support the Health Program Manager in management of the projects as required and will also work as part of the Senior Management Team.

 

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:

SRMH technical support

  • Provide technical quality oversight  of SRMH strategies and materials across multiple projects
  • Provide technical leadership and support in proposal development and sourcing of funds for the SRMH +R thematic priority
  • Oversee the development/adaption and dissemination of SRMH materials/curricula and technical tools

Program Development, Implementation and Management

  • Support the development and implementation of the SRMH + R long term programming
  • Ensure research results and best practices related to SRMH + R are incorporated in to practice and future programming
  • Support the management of projects under the SRMH+R long term program as assigned

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

U.S. Mission Dili, Timor-Leste

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:  2016-20

 

OPEN TO:                  All Interested Candidates / All Sources

POSITION:                 Gardener Supervisor

OPENING DATE:      August 1, 2016

CLOSING DATE:      Until filled

WORK HOURS:        Full-time, 40 hours/week

SALARY:                   Ordinarily Resident (OR): FSN-2 $3,332 per annum (Starting salary)

 

ALL ORDINARILY RESIDENT (OR) APPLICANTS (See Appendix A for definition) MUST HAVE THE REQUIRED WORK AND/OR RESIDENCY PERMITS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION. 

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

 

BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION

Head gardener and horticulturist of the gardening section.  Responsible for the maintenance of all gardens, lawns, undeveloped land and paved areas for US Government owned and leased non-residential and official residential properties.  Manages equipment assets valued in excess of $200,000.  Responsible for the maintenance and operation of a state of the art underground irrigation system located at the embassy compound.  Directly supervises 9 Gardening Laborers.  May, as needed, supervise occasional (WAE) gardening laborers or contractors during peak work periods. 

 

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

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: Completion of primary school is required.
  1. EXPERIENCE: At least two years practical gardening experience, including six months experience with irrigation systems, practical turf management experience. A minimum of 6 months of supervisory experience is required.
  1. LANGUAGE: Level I (Rudimentary knowledge) for in English and Level II (Limited Knowledge) for Tetum (or Bahasa) are required. (This will be tested.)
  1. SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Must have a valid driver’s license. Must be in good physical condition and able to perform arduous manual labor outdoors in all types of extreme weather. Must be able to operate all types of gardening equipment including street vehicles, turf vehicles, motorized equipment, and tools both powered and manual. Ability to operate high-powered and physically dangerous equipment in a safe manner to protect himself, other persons and physical property.    
  1. JOB KNOWLEDGE: General knowledge of trees, plants and shrubbery, their illnesses, cures, propagation, and seasonal maintenance requirements.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:  The complete position description listing all of the duties and responsibilities may be obtained on our website at http://timor-leste.usembassy.gov and/or by contacting the Human Resources Office MagnoAG@state.gov

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