RDTL – Ministério do Planeamento e Investimento Estratégico – Secretariado dos Grandes Projectos – National Administration, Finance and Procurement Officer – CD 18 de Maio de 2015

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

 

  1. Job Title : National Admin, Finance & Procurement Officer

 

  1. Job Reference : RDTL-MPIE-MPS-2015-001

 

  • Terms of Reference : Attached

 

 

  1. Application procedure

Applications need to be addressed to the MPS Office at Hudi Laran, Fatuhada, Timor-Leste, or to email address, mps.jobs.apps@gmail.com, no later than 17:00 hours Timor-Leste time on Monday, the 18th day of May, 2015.

Applications should include (a) a covering letter (b) a detailed resume of no more than 7 pages.

 

Incomplete applications will not be considered.

 

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.


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RDTL-Ministério-do-Planeamento-e-Investimento-Estratégico

Term of Reference

 

Position           : National Administration, Finance and Procurement Officer

Reference       : RDTL-MPIE-MPS-2015-001

Reporting to   : Coordinator of MPS

Classification : Technical Contract

Duration         : One Year with a 3 Months Probation Period (with possibility of extension based   on performance assessment and the need)

Division          : Admin & Finance Unit, Major Project Secretariat, Ministry of Planning and Strategic Investment

 

I.             BACKGROUND

The Government of Timor-Leste has established an Infrastructure Fund since 2011 to finance major projects identified by the Line Ministries responsible for their planning, implementation and management. The Major Project Secretariat (MPS), under the guidance of the Ministry of Finance (MOF) and Council of Administration of the Infrastructure Fund (CAFI), to which the Major Projects Secretariat provides technical and management support services.  To provide these services, the Major Projects Secretariat consists of the following main units: IF Management Unit, Payment Unit, Planning/Project Appraisal Unit, Loans Unit, Public Private Partnership Unit (PPP) and Database / Reporting Unit.

Further to restructure of V Government Constitutional in February 2015, the MPS has shifted to the Ministry of Planning and Strategic Investment while Public Private Partnership (PPP) and Loan Unit remain with the Ministry of Finance. Hence, the main duties of MPS still in the area IF Management Unit, Appraisal & Budgeting Unit, and Database & IT Unit.

 

II.          OBJECTIVES

The National Administration, Finance and Procurement will assist MPS to manage related administration, finance and procurement activities. He/she will work under the guidance and supervision of the MPS to carry suitable administration process and ensure effective execution of the financial services and procurement processes.

 

III. SCOPE OF WORK

The National Administration, Finance & Procurement Officer shall undertake the following tasks:

  • Administer MPS Office Project administration in compliance of financial and administrative processes, preparing financial and/or administrative of records including appropriate admin and finance workflows, regulations, policies and strategies;
  • Drafting and/or typing correspondence on administration and program matter and review official correspondences, documents and reports to MPS Coordinator including recording and managing all incoming and outgoing correspondence;
  • Provide administrative and logistical support (visas, transportation ticket reservations, hotel bookings, etc) for program staff, international and local consultants and invited guests participating in the program activities;
  • Assist preparation of work plans, reports, TORs and contracts with consultants and suppliers providing services for the Program.
  • Undertake all preparation work for procurement including recruitment of staff, research of potential suppliers, prepare request  for  quotations  for  office equipment, stationary and support facilities services as per RDTL procurement guideline and decrease law;
  • Monitor program assets and carry out inventory of cash payments and prepare contingent and periodical reports.
  • Prepare the MPS annual budget plan with close collaboration MPS coordinator before submission to the National Director of Budget of MoF;
  • Reviewing and monitoring expenditures against the budget. Bring  to  the  attention  of  the supervisor any problem or discrepancy that warrants further review and maintain the budget database;
  • Maintaining and  establishing  up-to-date  service  records  and maintenance  contracts with  service providers for office equipment and furniture;
  • Prepare requests  for  contracts  and  liaise with MPIE Officer on  the  issue  of  contracts, ensure delivery of goods and services; maintain roster of suppliers, and office inventory, and follow-up on the status of payment of goods and services procured as per contracts;
  • Organizing of meetings as required with steering committees, donors, arrange local/international workshops and conferences, provide  conference materials and  arrange for adequate facilities;
  • Responsible for process review of invoices by verifying validity and accuracy including examine complements documents provided before submit payment to treasury.
  • Responsible for daily processing of financial transactions, maintain database of scheduled payments and follow up with all units to ensure timely disbursements;
  • Prepare and rise CPVs, POs and PRs for MPS, ensure and verify completeness of supporting documents;
  • Filing and maintaining records on hard and software documents on all operational and financial transactions for easy reference and retrieval.
  • Prepare MPS financial execution and IF report to CAFI meeting and follow up action if required;
  • Provide MPS and IF disbursement status in the preparation quarterly and annual IF status reports, other reports for CAFI and National Parliament;
  • Perform other related duties as required by the Coordinator of MPS.

 

IV. KEY DELIVERABLES

  • Review all in and out correspondence letter and report from relevant Ministries, State Secretariat or other agencies are replied and filled;
  • All logistic and administration support are provided including monitor related documents and inventory of assets reports;
  • Meeting, workshop and official events are organised and conducted;
  • Reviews all procurements documents before carry out tender and ensure that RDTL procurement guideline and decree law are followed;
  • Files maintained on contract agreements of the staff and suppliers with supporting documents including review contract validity;
  • All CPV’s, PO’s and Payment requests reviewed, certificates prepared and submitted on time for approval and payment by Treasury;
  • MPS annual budget and it procurement planned are prepared;
  • Contributions to MPS and IF disbursement and status reports etc prepared and submitted.

 

V. SELECTION CRITERIA

 

Essential

  • First degree in Administration and Finance or related subject with extensive experience in accounting, business or public administration;
  • Relevant professional experience of minimum 3 years in performing the above or similar tasks;
  • Excellent English language skills both speaking and writing;
  • Excellent computer skills;
  • Have previous experiences and knowledge on the procurement activities include knowledge of RDTL Procurement Guideline and Decree Law as well as International Procurement Standard;
  • Readiness to work with other international/national staff within a multi-cultural environment.

Desirable

  • Masters’ degree in admin and finance and or procurement area is preferable;
  • Ability to speak and write Portuguese language will be expected;
  • Have previous experiences knowledge of national and international contracts preparation and procedure, standard knowledge of FIDIC Contract will be an asset;

 

VI. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

 

The performance of the National Administration, Finance & Procurement Officer will be assessed by the Director of Major Project Secretariat, using the Performance Appraisal System put in place and carried out by the Ministry of Planning and Strategic Investment.

There will be a probation period of three months.

Alola Foundation – PROJECT OFFICER FOR MOBILE LIBRARY – CD 18 de Maio de 2015

FUNDASAUN ALOLA PROJECT OFFICER FOR MOBILE LIBRARY IN EDUCATION PROGRAM

FUNDASAUN ALOLA PROJECT OFFICER FOR MOBILE LIBRARY IN EDUCATION PROGRAM

 

No.FA/VG/III/May2015.

The “Alola Foundation” is a non government organization, operating in Timor Leste to improve the lives of women and children.  The organization seeks to nurture women leaders and advocate for the rights of women, our motto is “Strong Women, Strong Nation” and we have programs in Maternal & Child Health, Advocacy, Education and Economic Development. Alola Foundation is led by a Board of Management and currently moving towards a management team that is entirely Timorese led.

Currently we are looking for one Timorese qualified person to fill the following positions;

FUNDASAUN ALOLA PROJECT OFFICER FOR MOBILE LIBRARY IN EDUCATION PROGRAM, to cooperate in Teacher’s Training at kindergarden and primary schools level on how to improve children’s reading interest in school & Community.

General qualifications:

  1. Minimum 1 years of Experience in Education Area.
  2. Knowledge about the development of Education in Timor Leste.
  3. Has a background as a teacher or trainer.
  4. Has an appeal to raise children.
  5. Ready to work in team.

TETUM

VAGA SERBISU

Ba pozisaun         : Ofisial Projetu Biblioteka Haleu.

Fundasaun Alola iha Programa Edukasaun ho nia objektivu programa mak hanesan hadia kualidade no asesu ba edukasaun, Projetu Biblioteka Haleu nia objectivu mak hanesan oinsa atu bele kria strategiku ida ba labarik sira atu bele iha vontade diak hodi le’e no iha projeitu ida ne’e la se’e mos husi kordenasaun ho projeitu seluk iha Programa Edukasaun nia laran no mos programa hotu iha Fundasaun Alola

Responsabilidade:

  1. Serbisu hamutuk ho koordenadora atu organiza atividade Biblioteka Hale’u  nia no atividade seluk iha kolaborasaun diak ho Ministeriu Edukasaun no parseiru serbisu sira seluk.
  2. Serbisu hamutuk ho koordenadora atu dezenvolve no oferese atividade ba estudante/alunu sira bazeia ba planu lisaun no modelu hanorin ne’ebé diak uza material dedatiku sira.
  3. Serbisu hamutuk ho koordenadora halo ligasaun no konfirmasaun ho eskola no lider komunitaria iha fatin ne’ebé atu halo visita bá.
  4. Supporta no assiste mestre/a sira iha Ensinu Baziku liu husi visita regular no suporta atividade baseia ba idade labarik nia iha literacia, numerasaun, artes, siensia, disporto no kultura.
  5. Prepara no oferese atividade no strategia foun ba mestre/a sira no alunus sira iha klase laran, iha kolokiu  professor sira no dezenvolve rekursu ne’ebé apropriadu no uza tuir kontekstu Timor-Leste nian.
  6. Serbisu hamutuk ho paseiru organizasaun sira atu koordena no implementa projetu no programa edukasaun nia iha Timor-Leste.
  7. Atende enkontru ruma ne’ebe rekere no kontribui ba sujestaun ruma, ideas foun no informasaun ruma kona-ba programa.
  8. Serbisu hamutuk ho ekipa Bolsa –Estudo no  treinamentu ba mestre/a sira  tuir rekerementu ne’ebe sira husu atu supporta atividade ekipa no programa nian.
  9. Halo koordenasaun diak ho official distrital Alola nian iha distritu idak-idak atu asegura programa nia atividade iha distritu ne’ebe refere
  10. Prepara no partisipa eventu espesial  atividade ne’ebe asosiadu husi  Fundasaun Alola no programa seluk Alola nia.
  11. Prepara relatoriu tomak husi atividade; relatoriu no planu seminal, relatoriu bainhira hala’o visita ba iha distritu ba iha ita boot nia koordenadora/ supervisor.
  12. Assiste official administrasaun hodi prepara requezita no liquidation ba orsamentu no serbisu ruma ne’ebe husu husi official administrasaun.
  13. Mantein akuradu relatoriu/dadus atividade, rekursu, ekipamentu no informasaun husi eskola hanesan baze lega ida.
  14. Mantein relasaun no komunikasaun diak entre ekipa, jerente programa, kordenador/a entre program edukasaun no ekipa sira seluk iha Alola nia.
  15. Pronto atu hala’o viazen ba iha distritu no areas remota atu promove no implementa programa Alola nia.
  16. Hala’o serbisu seluk ne’ebe husu husi CEO, jerente programa, koordenador/a programa no programa seluk iha Alola ne’e rasik.

 

Please submit your applications with curriculum vitae, a list of references and other relevant supporting documents (including academic qualifications) to Alola Foundation Office at Rua; Bispo de Madeiros, Mascarenhas – Dili, Timor-Leste.

For a copy of the Job descriptions, Please Email:

(Human Resources Coordinator) hr@alolafoundation.org

Applications close 5pm, on 18th May2015.

The Asia Foundation – Consultancy – Strengthening Public Financial Management in DNRS Service Delivery, Analysis of Funding Flows and Bottlenecks to Service Delivery – CD 24 de Maio de 2015

The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste

Improving Lives, Expanding Opportunities

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EXTERNAL & INTERNAL

 


Consultancy – Strengthening Public Financial Management in DNRS Service Delivery, Analysis of Funding Flows and Bottlenecks to Service Delivery

 

Consultancy – Strengthening Public Financial Management in DNRS Service Delivery, Analysis of Funding Flows and Bottlenecks to Service Delivery

BACKGROUND

The Asia Foundation (the Foundation) recently launched an Ending Violence Against Women (EVAW) Program in Timor-Leste under a Grant Agreement with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The EVAW Program goal is to reduce the proportion of women who have experienced violence, and to better meet the needs of women and children affected by violence. The objective is to improve outcomes for women in prevention, support services, and access to justice by improving capacity in key ministries, reducing levels of violence, improving services, and strengthening judicial processes serving the needs of women survivors of violence.

The program’s primary counterpart is the Ministry of Social Solidary (MSS), which is the lead agency for addressing VAW including in its role as coordinator of the GBV Referral Network at district level, manager of key staff responsible for receiving cases of violence against women and children, as a funder to service providers and in its responsibility to create standards for services. The EVAW program is providing grants to CSO service providers, and institutional strengthening support to the Directorate of National Social Reinsertion (DNRS) within MSS. The focus is on improving the quality and expanding the reach of existing services. It is for this reason that TAF EVAW wishes to do an analysis of funding flows and bottlenecks to DNRS service delivery, in collaboration with MSS.

The program recognizes that there has already been considerable work done related to service provision, in particular, by MSS itself, CSOs and UNICEF, UNFPA, UN Women, initiatives which were previously funded by Australia through the Justice Sector Support Facility (JSSF) and Irish Aid.

There is more to be done to improve the quality and reach of services provided to women and children. This includes working towards timely transfer of resources to MSS partners, making allocations which reflect the needs and capacity of service providers and seeking resources so that government is increasingly covering the costs of services to assist women and girls who experience violence.

UNICEF and UN Women have both undertaken studies to gather and analyse information regarding the costs of staffing and providing services to victims. The information from these initiatives should be reviewed and considered by the consultant. The focus of this consultancy will be to try to further document and analyse the processes which are involved in budgeting, allocation and disbursing funds.

 

OBJECTIVES

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The Asia Foundation – Prevention Pillar Support Consultant – CD 24 de Maio de 2015

The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste

Improving Lives, Expanding Opportunities

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 Prevention Pillar Support Consultant

 

Background

The Asia Foundation (the Foundation) is implementing an ending violence against women (EVAW) Program in Timor-Leste under a Grant Agreement with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). The program began on 15 April 2014 and will run until 30 June 2017 (Phase 1) with an option to extend for an additional four years (Phase 2). The program goal is to reduce the proportion of women who have experienced violence, and to better meet the needs of women and children affected by violence. The objective is to improve outcomes for women in prevention, support services, and access to justice by improving capacity in key ministries, reducing levels of violence, improving services, and strengthening judicial processes serving the needs of women survivors of violence.

 

The program is based on a design developed by DFAT. The program structure is aligned to the Timor-Leste Government’s National Action Plan on Gender-based Violence – covering prevention, support services, and access to justice.  It will also undertake research to support evidence-based programming.  For the prevention pillar, the program is seeking to involve the government, in particular the Secretary of State for the Support and Socio-economic Promotion of Women (SEM), and civil society in designing, implementing and monitoring research-based primary prevention projects.

 

Activity

The Foundation is seeking a consultant with extensive experience in the gender equality/EVAW sectors to provide short term support to the Prevention Pillar of the EVAW Program, in particular with capacity-building workshops and baseline activities for prevention partners.

 

Specific responsibilities of the consultant

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The Asia Foundation – Senior Program Officer ( -1 position) – CD 22 de Maio de 2015

The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste

Improving Lives, Expanding Opportunities

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Title                            : Senior Program Officer – 1 position                              

 

Program                    : EVAW – Access to Justice

 

Unit                            : Timor-Leste Office

 

Report to                  : Access to Justice Coordinator

 

Contract duration   :  1 year with extension possibility 

 

SUMMARY OF POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

 

The Senior Program Officer will support grant implementation and manage the organizational strengthening support with CSO partners to the Ending Violence Against Women (EVAW) Program. The SPO will contribute to work plans for the EVAW program, in particular around OIS work and grant management. S/he will assist with CSO partner capacity assessments and identification of training/mentoring needs and programs for the partners. The SPO will provide leadership, mentoring and problem solving support to Program Officers on partnership under the program. The SPO will supervise the work of other program staff, including Program Officers and Program Assistants.

 

Background

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CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL – Xofer – CD 11 de Maio de 2015

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

PUBLISIDADE VAGA SERBISU

Internalmente & Externalmente

CARE International iha Timor-Leste – CITL


Projetu                                                  : Distribusaun Pakote Desportu no Literasia ba Eskola

Posisaun                                                : Xofer

Lina kordenasaun                                : Ofisial Kampu

Grau                                                       : E

Salario                                                    : Husi $365 kada fulan plus benefisiu seluk tan

Lokasaun Servisu                                 : Area Servisu nian

Relata ba                                               : Adjuntu Jerente Projetu

Periodu Kontratu                              : 11 de Maio 2015 to’o 30 de Setembru 2015

 

CARE nudar organisasaun  internasional umanitariu, ho visaun atu haforsa feto no labarik feto sira atu luta hasoru moris mukit no lori mudansa iha ikus ba sira nia komunidade. Ami servisu iha nasaun liu husi 80 iha mundu ne’e. Ami servisu ho parseiro atu realiza resultadu ikus atu marjinaliza ba komunidade.

 

CARE ninia patrimóniu boot-liu maka ema sira. CARE Internasional iha Timor-Leste (CITL) iha ekipa oi-oin ho profisionais sira ne’ebé iha dedikasaun no talentu no serbisu hamutuk hodi fó impaktu ba tempu naruk nian.

 

SUMÁRIU BA KNAAR NE’E

Ho gia husi Adjuntu Jerente Projetu, Xofer sei suporta implementa implementasaun atividade projetu nian atu atividade hotu ho kustu ne’ebé efetivu no tuir tempu.

Xofer ba projetu nian sei responsabiliza ba lori veíkulu atu suporta distribusaun pakote desportu no literasia ba eskola tarjetu. Nia sei serbisu besik liu ho Ofisiál Kampu/FO ba distribusaun pakote eskola ne’e.

KNAAR NO RESPONSABILIDADE

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CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL – Ofisial Kampu – CD 11 de Maio de 2015

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

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Internally & Externally

CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL


Projetu                                                  : Distribusaun Pakote Desporto no Literasia ba Eskola

Posisaun                                                : Ofisial Kampu

Grau                                                       : E

Salario                                                    : Husi $365 kada fulan plus benefisiu seluk tan

Lokasaun Servisu                                 : Area Projetu nian

Relata ba                                               : Adjuntu Jerente Projetu/DPM

Periodu Kontratu                                : 11 de Maio 2015 to’o 30 de Setembru 2015

 

CARE nudar organisasaun  internasional umanitariu, ho visaun atu haforsa feto no labarik feto sira atu luta hasoru moris mukit no lori mudansa iha ikus ba sira nia komunidade. Ami servisu iha nasaun liu husi 80 iha mundu ne’e. Ami servisu ho parseiro atu realiza resultadu ikus atu marjinaliza ba komunidade.

 

CARE ninia patrimóniu boot-liu maka ema sira. CARE Internasional iha Timor-Leste (CITL) iha ekipa oi-oin ho profisionais sira ne’ebé iha dedikasaun no talentu no serbisu hamutuk hodi fó impaktu ba tempu naruk nian.

 

Sumáriu ba Pozisaun

Ho gia husi Ajuntu Jerente Projetu (DPM), Ofisiál Kampu sei distribui pakote desportu no literasia ba eskola tarjetu iha nasaun tomak. Ofisiál kampu ne’e sei serbisu hamutuk ho xofér temporáriu atu fahe pakote hirak ne’e ba eskola tuir oráriu distribusaun nian.

KNAAR NO RESPONSABILIDADE

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CARE International in Timor-Leste – Ofisial Monitoring no Evaluasaun (M&E) – CD 11 de Maio de 2015

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

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Internally & Externally

CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL


Projetu                                                  : Distribusaun Pakote Desporte no Literasia ba Eskola

Posisaun                                                : Ofisial Monitoring no Evaluasaun (M&E)

Grau                                                       : D

Salario                                                    : Husi $510 kada fulan plus benefisiu seluk tan

Lokasaun Servisu                                 : Dili ho viajen frekuentamente ba area Servisu nian

Lina kordenasaun                                : Jerente Projetu LLM, Adjuntu Projetu LLM

Relata ba                                               : Adjuntu Jerente Projetu

Periodu Kontratu                               : 11 de Maio 2015 to’o 30 de setembru 2015

 

CARE nudar organisasaun  internasional umanitariu, ho visaun atu haforsa feto no labarik feto sira atu luta hasoru moris mukit no lori mudansa iha ikus ba sira nia komunidade. Ami servisu iha nasaun liu husi 80 iha mundu ne’e. Ami servisu ho parseiro atu realiza resultadu ikus atu marjinaliza ba komunidade.

 

CARE ninia patrimóniu boot-liu maka ema sira. CARE Internasional iha Timor-Leste (CITL) iha ekipa oi-oin ho profisionais sira ne’ebé iha dedikasaun no talentu no serbisu hamutuk hodi fó impaktu ba tempu naruk nian.

 

SUMÁRIU BA KNAAR NE’E

Ho gia husi Adjuntu Jerente Projetu, Ofisiál M&E sei implementa sistema M&E iha nivel terrenu, monitoriza no asegura katak knaar hotu hala’o ho qualidade no tuir duni tempu ne’ebé determinadu; asegura mós katak atividade sira projetu nian implementa ho kustu ne’ebé efetivu no tuir tempu.

Ofisiál M&E ne’e sei responsabiliza ba dezeña no implementa atividade M&E nian iha projetu; monitoriza atividade projetu nian ho regulár; halo vizita supreza/spot check ba eskola sira; rai dadus no halo relatóriu kona-ba atividade projetu nian.

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CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL – Deputy Project Manager – CD 11 de Maio de 2015

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

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CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL


Department / Project                    : Distribution of Sport and Literacy Packs to School

Position                                               : Deputy Project Manager

Supervision                                        : M&E Officer, Field Officer and Temporary Drivers

Coordination Line                           :  LLM Project Manager, LLM Deputy Project Manager

Grade                                                   : C1

Salary                                                   : From $669 per month plus benefits

Duty Station                                       : Dili with frequent travel to the Project sites

Report to                                             : Program Coordinator

Contract period                                 : May 11, 2015- September 30, 2015

 

CARE is an international humanitarian organization, with a vision of empowering women and girls to fight poverty and bring lasting change to their communities. We work in over 80 countries around the world. We work with partners to achieve lasting results for marginalized communities.

 

People are CARE’s greatest assets. CARE international in Timor –Leste (CITL) ha s a diverse team of dedicated, talented professionals who work together to make a lasting impact.

JOB SUMMARY

The DPM manages all aspects of the project.  He/she is responsible to maintain project continuity and leadership. The DPM, together with the management team, will help all staff to develop ownership and responsibility for the project as a whole and create a team spirit among the project staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES

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Ministerio das Financas – Human Resources Management Professional (RE-ADVERTISEMENT) – CD 25 de Maio de 2015

Ministerio das Financas

Ministerio das Financas

 

RE-ADVERTISEMENT

 

 I. Job Title: Human Resources Management Professional

 

 II. TERMS OF REFERENCE

Attached

 

III. APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Please visit our website at www.mof.gov.tl  and go to ‘Employment Opportunities’ to learn about our recruitment process and your application requirements including how to address your application.

Applications need to be addressed to the Head of Human Resources, at email address, jobs@mof.gov.tl , no later than 17:00 hours Timor-Leste time on Monday, the 25th day of May, 2015.

Applications should include (a) a covering letter (b) a detailed resume of no more than 7 pages and (c) Response to the Selection Criteria.

 

All applicants must answer clearly the selection criteria, that can be found at https://www.mof.gov.tl/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/APPLICATION_PROCEDURE_MoF-Revised-80213.doc delineating how they have met the requirements. We do not expect that you would just cut and paste from your resume but rather explain concisely and succinctly how you have met these competences, possibly providing brief examples etc.

Incomplete applications will not be considered.

 

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

 

Previous applicants need not apply.

 

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