Entrega Ba – Nursing Project Officer, Nursing Development Program – CD 15 de Julho de 2015

St. John of God Health Care

St. John of God Health Care

St. John of God Health Care

Hospital Nacional Guido Valadares, Bidau, Dili, Timor Leste

Vacancy: Nursing Project Officer, Nursing Development Program

Reports To: Education and Training Senior Project Officer

Eligibility: Timorese National
Contract Type: Temporary Maternity Leave for three (3) months

Location: Hospital Nacional, Timor Leste

About St John of God Health Care

St John of God Health Care’s first capacity building program in Timor-Leste (East Timor) was established in 2004 with the goal of developing diagnostic pathology services across the country. In 2010 St John of God Health Care commenced a Nursing Development Program, having signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Health in Timor Leste (East Timor) to improve patient outcomes by developing the capacity of nurses working at the Guido Valadares National Hospital in Dili. The team is a mix of skilled Australian and Timorese nurses.

Our nursing and pathology programs have the scope to improve health outcomes on a national level and these are complimented by primary healthcare services provided at the Bakhita Community Medical Clinic in the remote Ermera District.
Job Purpose
The Nursing Project Officer is responsible for project work involving working together with various external and internal stakeholders in realising the goals of particular Timor-Leste development program projects

Mission and Values

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ChildFund Timor Leste – Program Communication Officer (1) Based Dili – CD 10 de Julho de 2015

ChildFund-TL

ChildFund-TL

ChildFund Timor Leste

Vacancy Announcement

 

ChildFund Timor Leste, Non-Governmental, child development International organization, has been working in Timor Leste for over 20 years. ChildFund is looking for dynamic, motivated, committed and experienced persons to fill open position in the organization.

 

Salary: A competitive salary based on qualification and experience; friendly work environment, team work and opportunity to grow. Good opportunity to learn community development programming

 

Position: Program Communication Officer (1) Based Dili

Report to: National Director with links to Program Director, and Regional and International Communications point Persons

  

Summary of the position:

Promotes and protects the organization’s image through a communications strategy that positions and showcases a coherent message on the mission, the national office programs and advocacy initiatives, and enhances visibility and brand recognition among key targeted audiences.

Specific duties

·     In consultation with the National Director, implements an effective national communications strategy consistent with the organization’s core intent, core outcomes, area of excellence, and strategic directions

·     Identifies relevant program content and develops appropriate supporting materials (interviews, photos, videos) that highlight the needs and successes for children

·     Partners with the National Director and SMT to develop and implement an engagement strategy within the sector, i.e., organizes special meetings between relevant government offices, donor representatives, and visiting officials from public/private institutions

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ChildFund Timor Leste – Project Officer – Gifts in Kind ((GIK) (1) Based Dili – CD 10 de Julho de 2015

ChildFund-TL

ChildFund-TL

ChildFund Timor Leste

Vacancy Announcement 

ChildFund Timor Leste, Non-Governmental, child development International organization, has been working in Timor Leste for over 20 years. ChildFund is looking for dynamic, motivated, committed and experienced persons to fill open position in the organization.

 

Salary: A competitive salary based on qualification and experience; friendly work environment, team work and opportunity to grow. Good opportunity to learn community development programming

 

Position: Project Officer – Gifts in Kind ((GIK)  (1) Based Dili

Report to: Finance and Administration Manager, with links to Community Development Specialist

Summary of the position

The Project Officer – Gifts in Kind (GIK) is responsible for overall management of ChildFund Timor-Leste’s GIK projects (such as TOMS shoes and football). Key tasks include procurement, coordination, distribution, monitoring, and reporting, with communication lines with staff of National and Area Program Offices, and Local Partners.

Specific Duties

  • With support from Finance and Administration Manager, and Community Development Specialist, develops and implements operational plan for Gifts in Kind (GIK) management
  • Coordinates with Community Development Specialist and Area Program Officers to understand project needs, and recommends solutions for distribution of GIK items
  • Works closely with Administration Officer, and Logistics Officer, to manage the procurement system, or transfer of GIK items from container to warehouse and onto area program offices

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Conservation International – Position: Development Manager for Philippines/Timor-Leste – CD 16 de Julho de 2015

Conservation International, Timor Leste Program

Conservation International, Timor Leste Program

 

Position: Development Manager for Philippines/Timor-Leste

The Philippines/Timor-Leste Development Manager, as part of the APFD Development Team, will work on a number of tasks geared towards fundraising, proposal development, strategic donor engagement and diversification of the Philippines and Timor-Leste donor base.  The Development Manager will help identify new sources of funding from a wide range of donors – including individuals, private foundations, public (government and multilateral) agencies and corporations – to fill country gaps and advance programmatic priorities. It is essential for the position to understand CI’s strategic objectives and ongoing scope of work in the Asia-Pacific region, as well as the financial status and priority needs of the Philippines and Timor-Leste programs. The Development Manager must be able to work across cultural and linguistic boundaries and multiple time zones to develop high-quality written proposals and other donor materials in accordance with CI policies. The Development Manager must also possess sufficient familiarity with the realities of field work, in order to understand the project designs, to ensure they are feasible, and enough resources have been budgeted for to achieve proposed deliverables.

The Development Manager will guide and coordinate the efforts of the Philippines and Timor-Leste to respond to strategic fundraising opportunities offered by the diverse teams and colleagues from HQ and Singapore.  This will be achieved through: establishment of processes and timelines; clarification of donor interests/criteria; direct technical support for the development of proposal narratives and budgets; and facilitation of review processes and senior level decision-making as needed. In addition, the Development Manager will monitor and provide technical assistance for reporting to existing donors by managing reporting calendars and building the capacity of country-level project managers to prepare high-quality project reports, including tasks such as calendar prompts, co-writing, editing and financial report review as needed. The Development Manager will represent CI Philippines and Timor-Leste programs in both internal and external meetings as deemed appropriate by the senior managers. The Development Manager will be responsible for maintaining an organizational database, and tracking tools to help better track opportunities, report divisional efforts, losses and successes, analyze trends, and capture institutional memory of information used to inform the divisional fundraising strategy

The Development Manager will work closely the APFD Development team to encompass new fundraising mandates and identify gaps. The Development Manager will also work with staff across CI to ensure strategic and cohesive alignment with institutional objectives and priorities. The position will be based in Manila with frequent travel to Timor-Leste. The Development Managers level of effort will be equal between both the Timor-Leste and Philippines programs.

The Development Manager will have a direct reporting line to the Development Director for Asia-Pacific based in Singapore, and programmatically to the Country Directors of the Philippines and Timor-Leste. Both Country Directors will provide key inputs into the work plan, and the annual performance appraisal review process.  The Development Manager shall maintain a monthly work plan approved by both the Country Directors and Development Director in Singapore in advance. It is expected that the Development Manager liaises and works very closely with both Country Directors on funding opportunities as well as country specific reporting.

Key Duty/Responsibility

Fundraising

Lead development of Philippines and Timor-Leste donor engagement strategies and provide key inputs for development of country-level fundraising strategies.

Facilitate the development and submission of strategic funding proposals that involve the country programs, including establishing coordination processes and timelines, co-writing, editing, and budget review for all public and private opportunities:

–       Work closely with the APFD Development team and in-country teams to ensure a coherent approach to identifying fundraising opportunities and providing donor related support, including donor engagement and proposal development.

–       Liaise with HQ teams in Arlington on field communications around proposal development, donor relations, and submission.

–       Coordinate proposal development among multiple divisions, colleagues, and partners, including definition of roles, routing and registration of opportunities.

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Ministério da Solidariedade Social (MSS) de Timor-Leste – National Project Manager – CD 03 de Julho de 2015

MSS-TL - Consultor de Media e Comunicação Social

MSS-TL – Consultor de Media e Comunicação Social

 

 

 VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Country Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste
Name of Project Building Safety and Resilience in the Pacific Project (BSRP)
Ref. no. 06/MSS/DNARH/VI/2015
Position National Project Manager
Issue date 22th June 2015
Closing Date 3th July 2015
Expected Gross Annual Salary & Remuneration  US$ 15,000 – 18,000
Duration 2 years with extension possibility for 1 year

 

I. Background

The overall objective of the project is to reduce the vulnerability as well as the social, economic and environmental costs of disasters caused by natural hazards, thereby achieving regional and national sustainable development and poverty reduction goals in ACP pacific Island Stated (PICS). Timor-Leste is part of the Building Safety and resilience in the Pacific project. The project will be implemented by the National Disaster Management Directorate (NDMD) within the Ministry of Social Solidarity (MSS) in collaboration with the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC).

Under the guidance of the Project Manager (PM) will be responsible for the day-to-day operations and implementation of the project. He/she will be the focal point for the stakeholders of the project, i.e. relevant line ministries and institutions, the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SCP), donors, media and the public.

 

 

II. Consultant Qualifications

  • Successful candidates must have a Bachelors/S1 Degree in relevant or in a related field. Candidates with a relevant Master’s degree will be given preference.
  • At least 3 years of experience in project management, preferably in the Disaster Risk Management (DRM) sector.
  • Prior experience working in Timor-Leste, familiarity with country context and sound understanding of leadership and communications issues. Prior experience working in government institutions an advantage.
  • Fluency in English language and Tetum, both written and spoken, is required. Knowledge of Portuguese and/or Bahasa Indonesia would be strongly desirable.
  • Knowledge of MS Office software packages required (Word, Excel, Power Point and other applications).
  • Ability to work under pressure in a difficult multi-cultural environment, on a wide range of tasks and deliver quality outputs on time.
  • Strong interpersonal communicative skills; experience in team leadership and participatory management.

 

III. Duration of the Consultancy

The total duration of the consultancy will be for 24 months (2 years) with possibility of extension for another 12 months depending on availability of funding. Probation period will be six months.

 

The interested candidates should submit their application letter, completed with Curriculum Vitae (CV) and relevant supporting documents to the General Director for the Ministry of Social Solidarity, by email to: josefina.fatima@mss.gov.tl and Cc to: jimmy.valente@mss.gov.tl or delivery by hand at the National Directorate of Administration and Human Resources of MSS, Department of Human Resources during the working hours.

 

More details on the services are provided in the Terms of Reference which may be provided upon request. Or please visit the website: www.mss.gov.tl and vagaservisutimorleste.wordpress.com

 

 

Dili, 18th June 2015

National Director of Administration and Human Resource

Jemmy Valente de Orleans dos Reis

Authorized by:

General-Director

Eugénio João Amado de Maria Soares

BAIXA TOR –> ToR BSRP PM TL (15-12-14)

UN World Food Programme – Driver (1 position) – CD 04 de Julho de 2015

Vacancy Announcement No. 2015/TLS-002

UN World Food Programme in Timor-Leste
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is the world’s largest humanitarian agency, fighting hunger worldwide. WFP has been present in Timor-Leste since 1999. WFP focus in Timor-Leste is on building the capacity of the Government of Timor-Leste in managing supplementary feeding through the Ministry of Health’s Mother-and-Child Health and Nutrition programme. Technical assistance and Government capacity development, with a strategy for hand-over of a sustainable food-based programme to the Government are key priorities. Through the capacity building focus, targeted boys and girls between 6-59 months and pregnant and lactating women benefit from the project. The activities of the organisation are focused on the following areas: Ainaro, Oecusse, Bobonaro, Covalima, Dili and Ermera. WFP supports KONSSANTIL and the Zero Hunger Challenge and has aligned its activities with both UNDAF and Government policies.

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WFP has an exciting opening for a Programme Assistant (DHS) to be based in Maliana.

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Vacancy Number: 2015/TLS-002
Post Title: Driver (1 position)
SC Level: SC2
Duration: 1 year, Renewable
Duty Station: Oecusse

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Duties and Responsibilities
Under the direct supervision of the Programme Specialist, the general guidance of the Head of Finance and Administration and in compliance with the Minimum Standards of Service for WFP Timor-Leste Drivers (copy attached), the Driver will use the assigned means of transport and will be responsible for the following main duties:

 

Please download the full TOR here:–> VA 2015- Driver 1

 

Application 
Interested candidates should submit their applications consisting of a motivation/application letter, updated CV and copies of academic/professional certificates.
All applications should be submitted by email to dili.hr@wfp.org, or hand-delivered to WFP Timor-Leste Country Office, Rua Balide, Mascarenhas, Dili, or posted to WFP Timor-Leste Country Office, P.O. Box 133, Dili, Timor-Leste. Job title and vacancy number should be clearly indicated on the envelope or subject line for email applications. Application deadline is Sunday, 4 July 2015.

Due to need to urgently fill the Driver position, applications will be reviewed as and when received and selection process may start prior to the application deadline.

 

WFP is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

Counterpart International – Grants Manager(national position) (re-advertisement) – CD July 5, 2015, but will close earlier if a suitable candidate is identified.

Counterpart International

Counterpart International

Counterpart International 

BA DISTRITO PROJECT

POSITION DESCRIPTION


TITLE: Grants Manager(national position) (re-advertisement)

LOCATION:  Dili, with travel to the districts

REPORTS TO: Chief of Party or her designate

DATE DUE: July 5, 2015, but will close earlier if a suitable candidate is identified

START DATE:     August 1, 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; 3) improve the delivery of justice sector services by strengthening legal aid services and improving district court functionality and 4) strengthen voter and civic education during the electoral cycle.

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:

·         Develop grant and sub-contract documents, and prepare subsequent agreements and contracts.

·         Ensure proper negotiation of terms and conditions for grants and sub-grants, and amendment as necessary, with focus on analyzing budget estimates to ensure all costs conform to USAID and Counterpart regulations and policies.

·         Organize orientation so that grantees and sub-contractors receive and understand relevant Counterpart International procedures and reporting requirements.

·         Ensure that grant and sub-contract disbursements conform to approved budgets.

·         Ensure/review financial reports and supporting documents that are produced for audit.

·         Coordinate and ensure that monthly/quarterly financial reports are received from all partners on agreed format and timely basis.

·         Monitor cash-flow requirements for grant and sub-contracts.

·         Ensure compliance with donor regulations as well as Counterpart’s grant-making policies.

·         Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

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Counterpart International – Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant (national position) – CD 05 de Julho de 2015

Counterpart International

Counterpart International

Counterpart International 

POSITION DESCRIPTION


TITLE: Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant (national position)

LOCATION: Dili, Timor-Leste with frequent travel to districts

REPORTS TO: M&E Specialist                                     

START DATE: August 1, 2015

CONTRACT:  12 months renewable dependent on funding and performance

CLOSING DATE:  July 5, 2015

 

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; 3) improve the delivery of justice sector services by strengthening legal aid services and improving district court functionality and 4) strengthen voter and civic education during the electoral cycle.

Counterpart International is seeking a Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant to support the effective monitoring and evaluation of the USAID funded Ba Distrito project. The project aims to increase institutional and human capacity at local level to deliver basic services effective and in a manner that is responsive to citizen needs and expectations. This is an entry level position.  With the support and under supervision of the M&E Specialist, the Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant will be responsible for the following:

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

·         Ensure that the Knowledge Management Portal (database) is kept up to date;

·         Conduct weekly monitoring of all the data that entered by civil society partners and the Ba Distrito staff into the Knowledge Management (KM) Portal database for completeness, accuracy and correctness;

·         Support civil society partners to enter information into the Knowledge Management Portal database;

·         Compile training and activity data for analysis;

·         Ensure the proper organizing and filing of all Monitoring and Evaluation documents;

·         Support the timely monitoring and evaluation of project activities in accordance with the minimum standards set out in the Performance Evaluation and Monitoring Plan;

·         Provide detailed, accurate and timely information for the project’s quarterly reports as well as other reporting information when requested;

·         Facilitate effective knowledge sharing between program components.

·         Engage in regular evaluation and analysis of the project’s activities, identifying early possible concerns and working with the M&E Specialist to recommend changes;

·         Other duties and responsibilities as designed.

QUALIFICATIONS:

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Casa Vida Timor Leste – Finance Manager (Re-Advertised) – CD 26 de Junho de 2015

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Casa_Vida_Timor-Leste

 

Job Vacancy

Finance Manager

 

 

Who are we

Casa Vida Timor-Leste is an NGO local. It is committed to and acts for the protection, welfare and rights of the children.  The focus is on the international right of the children.

Casa Lives look for a candidate to the position Finance Manager (1)

 

PURPOSE OF POSITION

Reporting to the General Manager, this role contributes significantly to the successful operation of Casa Vida. It is a management role and the successful candidate will be responsible for managing day-to-day financial accounts, financial reporting and overall maintenance of the financial and accounting operations of Casa Vida.


KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Day to day finance implementation and operations
  • Attention to detail and accurate recording and reviewing of all payments
  • Keeping on schedule and preparing and submitting donor reports well on time
  • Monthly preparation of management reports including:
    • Bank reconciliation
    • Grant & Expenditure reconciliation
    • Budget Monitoring
    • Petty Cash reconciliation
    • Fuel Expenditure reconciliation
    • Other financial reports
  • Maintain and process payroll and taxes

 

  1. Coordination and Collaboration
  • Capable to manage teams successfully;
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships with the management team, co-workers and project staff;
  • Audit preparedness (including preparing year-end financial reports)
  • Professional integrity and discretion in the handling of confidential information and data

 

  1. Quality Assurance
  • Ensure organisational manuals (especially finance manual and any management recommendations) are implemented effectively;
  • Ensure donor agreements are objectively adhered;
  • Lead finance team ensuring every outgoing reports are error-free and of high quality


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES

Required

  • Degree in accounting, finance or related discipline
  • Excellent/effective communication skills (both oral and written), including English language skills
  • Strong inter-personal and leadership skills
  • Good computer skills including excellent knowledge of MS Office particularly Excel


Preferred

  • 3-5 years proven financial management experience
  • Prior experiences working on donor funded projects, preferably AusAID
  • Knowledge of QuickBooks Accounting System a plus
  • Excellent knowledge of Timor Leste accounting and tax requirements

 

Duration:  6 month (With the possibility extension base on assessment performance and necessity).

 

Send applications refere to Human Resources Manager , in Centro de Cuidado à Criança – Casa Vida Bidau Lecidere, Dili, Timor Leste Phone: +670-7735-2345  also via email to casavidahr@gmail.com  before 26th June 2015.

Application including a cover letter, Resume details and ID cards and Police report.

Only short listed will be contacted

 

” Casa Vida is an organisation who provide protection to children. We require everyone who apply to this position to follow the requirement of our recruitment procedure and sign our Child Protection Policy. Volunteer and staff who are successful will sign and agree to abide with the organisation’s Child Protection Policy as a condition of employment.


Centro de Cuidado à Criança – Casa Vida

BidauLecidere, Dili, Timor Leste

Phone: +670-7735-2345

E-mail: casavidat@gmail.com

Ministério da Solidariedade Social (MSS) de Timor-Leste – Consultor Nacional de Monitorizasão e Avaliação – CD 26 de Junho de 2015

MSS-TL - Consultor de Media e Comunicação Social

MSS-TL – Consultor de Media e Comunicação Social

ANUNCIO DE VAGA

 

Nação República Democrática de Timor-Leste
Posição Consultor Nacional de Monitorizasão e Avaliação
Nu. Ref. 04/MSS/DNARH/VI/2015
Data de publicação 15 de Junho de 2015
Data fim de publicação 26 de Junho de 2015
Número de vaga 1 (1 vaga)
Duração de serviço 6 meses
Salário ….
Lugar de trabalho Direcção Nacional de Reinserção Social

 

  1. Contexto

O Ministério da Solidariedade Social (MSS), através da Direcção Nacional de Reinserção Social (DNRS) implementa um conjunto de programas de transferência de dinheiro, incluindo o programa de transferência condicionada Bolsa da Mãe. O programa Bolsa da Mãe tem como público-alvo as famílias pobres e vulneráveis ​​com crianças. Os principais objetivos do programa são ajudar a reduzir a pobreza, promover a frequência do ensino básico obrigatório e aumentar a utilização dos serviços de cuidados de saúde primários. Para que as famílias possam constituir-se beneficiárias do programa, devem cumprir algumas condições relacionadas com a educação e saúde.

A DNRS-MSS conduziu um estudo de diagnóstico do programa Bolsa da Mãe e está actualmente a proceder ao aperfeiçoamento dos sistemas administrativos básicos e procedimentos de implementação operacional. Dentre os actuais processos de gestão operacional e de implementação do programa, a monitorização e avaliação do programa e suas condicionalidades são uma prioridade. O consultor nacional irá trabalhar em estreita colaboração com a DNRS-MSS para apoiar a revisão, o design, a gestão e a implementação do sistema de monitorização e avaliação do programa Bolsa da Mãe. Estes Termos de Referência definem o âmbito do trabalho do Consultor Nacional de Monitorização e Avaliação.

  1. Objetivos

O objectivo geral desta missão é apoiar a DNRS-MSS na revisão e design do sistema de monitorização e avaliação do programa Bolsa da Mãe.

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Qualificações e Experiência:
  • Mestrado em ciências sociais ou grau avançado em área relevante;
  • Pelo menos 3 anos de experiência semelhante anterior em cargos de Monitorização e Avaliação;
  • Experiência a dar formação e capacitação;
  • Competências de investigação quantitativa e qualitativa (de preferência, incluindo conhecimento ao nível do SPSS);
  • Experiência na utilização de computadores, incluindo os programas Word e Excel;
  • Fluência em Português e/ou Inglês é desejável;
  • Atitude confiante, flexível e com iniciativa e capacidade de trabalhar de forma independente pró-activa, com vontade e compromisso para trabalhar com outras equipas e visitar outros locais de trabalho;
  • Conhecimento da estrutura organizacional do governo.

 

  1. Candidaturas

Todos os candidatos interessados ​​devem enviar uma carta de apresentação, curriculu vitae, e anexados com os documentos relevantes, dirigidos ao Director-Geral do Ministério da Solidariedade Social, Eugénio João Amado de Maria Soares. Todas as candidaturas devem ser enviadas diretamente à Direcção Nacional de Administração e Recursos Humanos, ou pelo seu endereço de correio electrónico dacruz_carmen@yahoo.com, e cópia à finafatima@gmail.com

 

Atenciosamente.

 

 

Dili, 9 de Junho de 2015

 

Verificado pelo,                                                             Aprovado pelo,

O Director da DNARH                                                  O Director-Geral do MSS

 

Jemmy Valente de Orleans dos Reis                          Eugénio João Amado de Maria Soares

 

BAIXA TOR –> Consultor Monitorizasaun no avaliasaun