The Asia Foundation – JOB RE- ADVERTISEMENT (Senior Program Officer for Field Management and Monitoring and Evaluation) – CD 08 de Abril de 2016

The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste

Improving Lives, Expanding Opportunities

JOB  RE- ADVERTISEMENT

EXTERNAL & INTERNAL

 

Title:                               Senior Program Officer for Field Management and Monitoring and Evaluation

Program:               Community Policing Support Program  (CPSP)  

Reports to:            CPSP Team Leader and CPSP Program Coordinator

Supervises:                   Six Municipal Officers (MOs)

Unit:                              Timor-Leste Office

Work Location:            Dili, with frequent travel to all municipalities

Contract Duration:      2 Months , with possibility of extension for

                                       up to three years based on program funding approval

 

 

SUMMARY OF POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

 

The Senior Program Officer for Field Management and Monitoring and Evaluation (FMSPO) will support the design and implementation of the Community Policing Support Program (CPSP). The FMSPO will work with the Tean Leader, Program Coordinator, Policy SPO, Program Officers (POs) and Municipal Officers (MOs) in the design and implementation of all field activities for the CPSP program. The FMSPO will represent the program in liaising with the District Commanders of the National Police of Timor-Leste (PNTL), Sub-station Commanders, Municipal and Sub-Municipal Administration and other stakeholders to ensure the leadership by state actors of community policing activities.

 

The FMSPO will play a key role in developing the implementation plan for CPSP, including stakeholder consultation and engagement in program activities, field grant management, and development of program budgets for all field activities. The FMSPO will supervise the work and activities of six MOs.

 

BACKGROUND TO THE PROGRAM

The new CPSP, beginning in January 2016, consolidates accomplishments in community-oriented policing policy and practice achieved during the course of the previous Conflict Mitigation through Community Oriented Policing (CMCOP) programs, branded in Tetun as HAKOHAK (Hametin Kooperasaun Hamutuk  Polisia no Komunidade) (2009 – 2015) and its partner program, the Timor-Leste Community Policing Program (TLCPP) implemented by the New Zealand Police. The new CPSP program supports a sustainable and locally-relevant model of community policing and its absorption by the Timorese State to become the full responsibility of PNTL and relevant ministries. It aims to ensure viable sustainability through integration with local governance structures. Another key focus is on the development and integration of effective crime prevention, and improving response approaches to common issues including domestic violence that are consistent with the law. Following best practice, TAF will commission and carry out research that generates an evidence base to inform policy development.

 

Internal Foundation Contacts

CPSP Team Leader, Program Coordinator and team, other relevant program staff, finance, and administrative staff in the Foundation’s East Timor office on a regular basis.

 

External Contacts

Timorese partner institutions and organizations, including District Commanders of the National Police of Timor-Leste (PNTL), Sub-station Commanders, Municipal and Sub-Municipal Administration, suco councils, civil society representatives and government agencies; New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT), New Zealand Police and other stakeholders working on conflict prevention and police development.

 

JOB FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Working within the CPSP team, provide significant contributions based on experience and knowledge of institutional development, security strategy, crime and conflict prevention to program design and development of the CPSP implementation plan.

Lead the program’s field implementation. Create an annual workplan for all field activities. Manage all of the work of the six MO’s. Design a strategy for the development of a sustainable model of community policing for each municipality included in the program, and ensure leadership by PNTL and relevant ministries. Plan, manage, monitor and evaluate the work of the six MO’s towards implementation of the approved field implementation strategy.

Ensure integration of key principles of gender equality, child protection, do-no-harm – into the program implementation.

Support consultation with key state and government agencies and non-government organisations during the design and implementation of the program.

 

Specific  responsibilities:

  • Design a strategy for the development of a sustainable model of community policing for each municipality included in the program, and ensure leadership by PNTL and relevant ministries.
  • Plan, manage, supervise, monitor and evaluate the work of the six MO’s towards implementation of the approved field implementation strategy.
  • Assist in development and refinement of the program  monitoring and evaluation framework   and plan in accordance with  MFAT Monitoring and Evaluation  Standards;
  • Assist the MOs  to  develop  the  M&E  activities,  including methodologically        robust  tools, TORs and plans with attention to  sampling  frames,  matching of methods  to purpose,  and analysis frameworks;
  • Work with the MOs to integrate M&E and Research learnings as appropriate across the  program;
  • Support MOs  in  implementing strategy on narrative qualitative and quantitative reporting,  data   collection,  success stories, collation, and dissemination   tools  to support  the  M&E work  of the  program;

 

  • Work with    Team Leader and Program Coordinator   to   help   review    program    theory    and   logic   and accompanying M&E  frameworks  as part  of  the  design  of  new  activities;

 

  • Assist the MOs  to  ensure  that  they are conducting monitoring and collating  data in accordance  with  the  program  M&E Plan;

 

  • Assist in  developing and implementing  a  capacity  building   plan  of  MOs  in Field Activity Management,  M&E, reporting.

 

  • Develop and Implement a Crime and Conflict Prevention, Strategy and Manage Integrated Security Grants with other govenrment and organizational partners including Minsitry for Social Solidarity, Department for Peacebuilding and Social Cohesion (MSS, DPBSC); National Directorate for Communtiy conflict Prevention (NDPCC); SEcretrariat of State for SEEM; and other relevant stakeholders.

 

  • Prepare and review all M&E data on a monthly basis and deliver to Program Coordinator for review.

 

  • On a quarterly basis, insert all M&E data into draft quarterly report to donors and stakeholders and submit to Program Coordinator for finalization.

 

  • Assist in developing and drafting donor reports.

 

  • Ensure strategy for increasing active women’s participation implemented across all municipalities, and monitor women’s participation.

 

  • Ensure integrated strategy with other program pillars within The Asia Foundation, including Nabilan Ending Violence Against Women Program, Support for Public Policy Program, Local Governance and Women’s Empowerment Program.

 

  • Assist with preparation of program reports as required.

 

  • Comply with relevant donor and TAF grant regulations and procedures.

 

  • Monitor relevant political, social, and economic developments and assess impact on the CPSP.

 

  • Other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS

 

All applicants are required to meet the following criteria:

 

  • The Foundation expects that those applying for the Senior Program Officer will have at least five years of relevant professional experience of increasing levels of responsibility, including experience at a senior level in design and implementation of international development programs.
  • Previous relevant experience working on programs focusing on organizational development of government institutions, development of security sector institutions or conflict prevention in Timor-Leste.
  • Demonstrated work experience in grant management and management of field activities.
  • Extensive experience in developing Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (M,E & L) Strategies and supervising M,E&L for larger international Development Programs.
  • Proven experience of responsible mangement and monitoring of program activity budgets.
  • A personal commitment to promoting gender equality and child protection and to modelling personal behaviours consistent with the program focus;
  • A willingness to pro-actively identify ways in which the program can better reach disadvantaged or marginalised groups, particularly women and people with disabilities;
  • A commitment to working respectfully and collaboratively with individuals and organisations at a range of levels;
  • A commitment to working in a multi-disciplinary team with a strong focus on research, evaluation, learning, and networking;
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Experience in publication to online and print media of success stories in English and Tetun.
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing in English and Tetun.
  • Willingness to travel to districts on a weekly basis.
  • University Bachelor degree or equivalent in relevant discipline.

 

 

The Asia Foundation strongly encourages women to apply. The position is open for Timorese nationals only.

 

All applications must include a cover letter, an updated CV and must address the selection criteria. Please include three contactable referees. They must be addressed to Odete Laranjinha Pinto –  HR Officer, and delivered by hand to the Asia Foundation’s office at Rua Praia dos Coqueiros, Bairo Metin Rua, Dili, Timor-Leste OR via email odete.pinto@asiafoundation.org before or by Friday , 8 April 2016 at 05.00 PM,

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the interview

 

 

 

Counterpart International – REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS (PRODUCTION OF SHORT FILMS and PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS) – 08 de Abril de 2016

 Counterpart International 

BA DISTRITO PROJECT

REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS

PRODUCTION OF SHORT FILMS and PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

Background

Ba Distrito is a four-year project generously supported by the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and is implemented by Counterpart International and partners. The project’s aim is to strengthen local governance, increase access to justice, support the process of decentralization, and increase participation in local elections.

Request for Applications

Ba Distrito is seeking an individual, company or organization (Vendor) to produce educational films and public service announcements for television to share information about suco council roles and responsibilities, and engage in civic and voter education in the lead up to the anticipated suco elections. 

In particular, Ba Distrito is seeking a Vendor or Vendors to produce the following deliverables:

 

1.      Produce a short film or films in Tetum about the roles and responsibilities of suco council members with a total length of 12 minutes. Script to be developed by the Vendor in collaboration with Counterpart International, NGO Belun and the Ministry of State Administration;

2.      Produce a short film or films in Tetum about voter education and suco elections with a total length of 12 minutes.  Script to be developed by the Vendor in collaboration with Counterpart and the Technical Secretariat for Electoral Administration (STAE);

3.      Produce a short film or films in Tetum about civic education with a total length of 12 minutes. Script to be developed by the Vendor in collaboration with Counterpart and the National Electoral Commission (CNE);

4.      Produce 3 Public Service Announcement in Tetum for television about local elections, aimed at engaging young people in voting and in the democratic process.  1 minute in length each.  Script will be developed by the Vendor in consultation with Counterpart International and the National Youth Council of Timor Leste (CNJTL).

Additional Essential Deliverables:

1.      Each film must be produced with three versions:  (1) in tetum; (2) with Baikeno voice over; and (3) Tetum with English subtitles.

2.      Vendor must provide 500 DVD copies of the Suco Council roles and responsibilities film/s. Each DVD will include three (3) versions of the film: 1) Tetum version 2) Baikeno voiceover 3) Tetum with English subtitles.

3.      Vendor must provide provide 500 DVD copies of the voter education film/s. Each DVD will include three (3) versions of the film: 1) Tetum version 2) Baikeno voiceover 3) Tetum with English subtitles.

4.      Vendor must provide 500 DVD copies of the civic education film/s. Each DVD will include three (3) versions of the film: 1) Tetum version 2) Baikeno voiceover 3) Tetum with English subtitles.

Additional Details:

1)    All quotes must include the cost of actors and script development and all other costs associated with fulfilling the above requirements;

2)     All films and PSAs must be completed no later than July 15, 2016;

3)     This is open to qualified individuals (national or international) and companies based in Timor-Leste.

 

Eligibility Criteria: 

The applicants must fulfill the following principal criteria:

•      Experienced film-makers

•      Prior experience in developing and producing  short films

•      Technical and financial capacity to implement the proposed activities.

Please submit a complete application with the following information:

1.      Detailed quotation for all of the deliverables;

2.      Show reel (or examples of previous work) in hard copy or indicating on-line links;

3.      Summary of vendor’s relevant experience;

4.      CV of filmmaker proposed.

Applications must be received by April 8, 2016 at Timor-Leste.jobs@counterpart.org or hand delivered to Ba Distrito’s office at Rua Humberto Da Cruz, Akadiru Hun, Dili, Timor-Leste.  Please indicate clearly in the subject line “RFA for Short Films”.

Ministerio de Financa – Duas Pocicoes -CD 30 de Marco de 2016

Ministerio das Financas

Ministerio das Financas

 

Employment Opportunities

All vacancies in the Ministry oF Finance
(Please refer to MoF Recruitment Guidelines HERE!)

Name: Type: Deadline: Downloads:
Re-Advertisement Procurement Officer N/A 30 March 2016, 17:00 OTL Procurement_Officer
Re-Advertisement Asset Management Specialist NATIONAL 30 March 2016, 17:00 OTL Re-Advertisement-Asset_Management_Specialist|

For details click here: Ministerio de Financa

IOM – Consultant – CD 30 de Marco de 2016

IOM

IOM

 

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
OPEN TO EXTERNAL CANDIDATES

Position Title: Consultant: Victim of Trafficking Support & Services
Specialist to Support Project – Protecting Victims of Trafficking
through Enhanced Partnership, Identification and Referral
(PVEPIR)

Please click here to download the details:–> TOR – Details

Please clik here to download  the Personal History Form: –>  PHFORM_new

 

 

Ministerio das Financas – Quatro Pocicoes – CD 21 e 31 de Marco de 2015

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:
IT Infrastructure Team Leader N/A March 31, 2016 English |  Portuguese |  Tetum |  Indonesian
Business Analyst N/A March 31, 2016 English |  Portuguese |  Tetum |  Indonesian
Applications and Project Delivery Team Leader (National) N/A March 31, 2016 English |  Portuguese |  Tetum |  Indonesian
Assets Management Adviser N/A 21 March 2016 at 17:00PM OTL English |  Portuguese |  Tetum |  Indonesian

Original Source–>MOF

ANPM – TL – 11 Nova Pocicoes – CD 31 de Marco de 2016

ANPM Timor-Leste

ANPM Timor-Leste

11 Nova Pocicoes

Vaga Serbisu

Autoridade Nacional do Petróleo e Minerais (ANPM) hanesan instituisaun publiku, ne’ebé estabelese ho dekretu lei No. 1/2016, loron 9 Fevereiru, alterasaun dahuluk husi dekretu lei No. 20/2008 loron 19 Junu kona ba Autoridade Nacional do Petróleo, ne’ebé iha responsabilidade atu maneija no regula atividades petroleo no mineiro iha area Timor Leste, iha tasi laran no iha rai maran inklui area konjunta ba desenvolvimentu petróleo. Agora dadaun ANPM hakarak rekruta tan Profesional Timor Oan nain sanulu resin ida (11) ba pozisaun hanesan tuir mai ne’e:

1. Diretur JPDA ( JPDA Director )Kandidatu ne’ebé manan iha vaga ida ne’e sei dirije serbisu JPDA nian no relata atividade no operasaun JPDA ba Komisaun Konjunta.

Atu hatene informasaun kompletu klik iha ne’e

2. Jerente Eksplorasaun no Eksploitasaun ( Exploration & Exploitation Manager)

Kandidatu ne’ebé manan iha vaga ida ne’e sei maneija serbisu tekniku hotu ne’ebé iha relasaun ho eksplorasaun no eksploitasaun mineiro, superviziona no monitoriza atividades pezkiaa Geofisika no Geologia inklui halo eksploitasaun ba rekursu mineiros.

Atu hatene informasaun kompletu klik iha ne’e

3. Jerente – Saude, Siguransa no Ambiente (Health, Safety & Environment Manager)
Kandidatu ne’ebé manan iha vaga ida ne’e sei maneija, superviziona no lidera atividade avaliasaun no inspeksaun ba serbisu ne’ebé relasiona ho Saude, Siguransa no Ambiente. Fornese mos serbisu oinsa atu garante implemetasaun requirementu sira iha area Saude, Siguransa no Ambiente nian.

Atu hatene informasaun kompletu klik iha ne’e

4. Jerente Lisensa Administrasaun Mineiro no Garantia Rendimentu (Mineral License Administration and Revenue Assurance Manager)

Kandidatu ne’ebé manan iha vaga ida ne’e sei maneija no superviziona lisensa ba rendimentu inventorio, registrasaun no base de dadus. Hala’o mos serbisu hanesan kordenador ba atividade avaliasaun ba aplikasaun lisensa nian no serbisu hamutuk ho parseiru sira.

Atu hatene informasaun kompletu klik iha ne’e

5. Jerente Legal no Komersial ( Legal & Comercial Manager )

Kandidatu ne’ebé manan iha vaga ida ne’e sei maneija, desenvole no halo plano instrumentu legal no komersial hodi jere atividade operasional minerais nian. Hala’o mos serbisu seluk hanesan prepara rekomendasaun legal nian relasiona ho negosiasaun kontratu iha area minerais nian.

Atu hatene informasaun kompletu klik iha ne’e

6. Oficial Desenvolvimentu Ekstrasaun Mineiro ( Development Mineral Extraction Officer )

Kandidatu ne’ebé manan iha vaga ida sei fornese apoio ba jerente Eksplorasaun no Eksploitasaun hodi halo avaliasaun no rekomendasaun ba aplikasaun lisensa sira kona ba atividade operasaun minerais nian.

Atu hatene informasaun kompletu klik iha ne’e

7. Oficial Saude no Siguransa ( Health & Safety Officer )

Kandidatu ne’ebé manan iha vaga ida sei fornese apoio serbisu jerente Saude, Siguransa no Ambiente hodi halo planu ba Departementu Saude no Siguransa nian.

Atu hatene informasaun kompletu klik iha ne’e

8. Oficial Ambiente ( Environment Officer )

Kandidatu ne’ebé manan iha vaga ida sei fornese apoio serbisu jerente Saude, Siguransa no Ambiente hodi halo planu ba Departementu Ambiente nian.

Atu hatene informasaun kompletu klik iha ne’e
9. Oficial Lisensa Administrasaun Mineiro ( Mineral License Administration Officer)

Kandidatu ne’ebé manan iha vaga ida sei fornese apoio serbisu ba jerente Administrasaun no Garante Rendimentu, hodi hala’o lisensa administrasaun nian atu suporta atividade operasional minerais nian.

Atu hatene informasaun kompletu klik iha ne’e

10. Oficial Garantia Rendimentu ( Revenue Assurance Officer )

Kandidatu ne’ebé manan iha vaga ida sei fornese apoio serbisu ba jerente Administrasaun no Garante Rendimentu, hodi hala’o transaksaun pagamentu no atividade financeiru.

Atu hatene informasaun kompletu klik iha ne’e

11. Oficial Administrasaun JPDA ( JPDA Administration Officer)

Kandidatu ne’ebé manan iha vaga ida sei fornese supporta serbisu administrasaun Tasi Timor no jere Sistema administrasaun ho efetivu iha diresaun JPDA nian.

Atu hatene informasaun kompletu klik iha ne’e

Ba ita boot sira ne’ebe interese ba pozisaun sanulu resin ida (11) ne’e, bele haruka ita boot sira nia dokumentu sira hanesan CV anexu ho sertifikadu Universidade (transkrisaun no sertifikadu), Kartaun Eleitoral ka Kartaun Bilhete Identidade (BI), no inklui Cover Letter ne’ebé esplika ita bo’ot nia abilidade profesional ba pozisaun refere. Dokumentos hirak ne’e haruka ba diresaun Rekursu Umanu ANPM nian ka liu husi karta elektronika/email hr@anp-tl.org
Ita boot sira nia aplikasaun no CV ka resumu tenki hakerek ho lian Ingles no inklui mos lista pesoal nain tolu hanesan referensia.

Ba informasaun klaru liu tan kona ba kriteria esensial no termu referensia serbisu ba vaga sanulu resin ida ne’e bele kontaktu diretamente ba iha eskritoriu ANPM nian iha Palacio do Governo iha Diresaun Rekursu Umano nian, ka kontaktu liu husi numeru telefone: 332-4098 ka email ba iha hr@anp-tl.org. Bele mos download termu referensia serbisu ba vaga sanulu resin ida ne’e iha ANPM nia website: www.anp-tl.org

Vaga ne’e sei taka iha loron 31 Marsu 2016, tuku 05.00 loro kraik. ANPM sei kontato deit Kandidatus sira ne’ebe maka pasa ona iha prosesu short-listing.

ANPM promove oportunidade serbisu hanesan ba jéneru hot-hotu iha Timor-Leste. ANPM mos investe iha Dezenvolvimentu kapasitasaun ba Rekursu Umanu sira.

Dili, 11 Marsu 2016

(Dores Vilanova)
Ofisias Rekursu Humanu

ADRA – TIMOR-LESTE – CLTS Hygiene Promotion Officer – CD 18 de Marco de 2016

ADRA-TIMOR-LESTE

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 (most likely to be based in Dilor Community, Lacluta Sub-district, Viqueque).

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

Contract Period

Starts no later than 1 April, 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.

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CARE TL – Market Assessment Officer – CD 13 de Marco de 2016

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

 

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL

Department / Project                    : Lafaek

Position                                               : Market Assessment Officer

Supervisor                                          : Lafaek Project Manager

Grade                                                   : C1

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

Salary                                                    : From $702 per month plus benefits

Location of Work                             : Dili

Position Report To                          : Lafaek Project Manager

Position Supervisors                      : N/A

Job Description Prepared by      : PQM

Date Job Description Updated   : 7th March 2016

Date Job Description Evaluated                : N/A

Contract period                                                : 1 month

 

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 focuses on women and girls in rural disadvantaged areas with four priority areas: Sexual Reproductive and Maternal Health and Rights, Women’s Economic Empowerment, Women’s Voice and Education.

  1. PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

CARE International in Timor-Leste (CITL) is currently undertaking a market assessment of printing services (supply and demand) in Dili. This position will be responsible for coordinating this assessment including managing the planning, scheduling, interviewing, write up and follow up of all assessment activities. The position will be supported by an assessment team from across the organisation

 

  1. MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Create and update detailed plans for the implementation of the assessment including scheduling and contacting relevant stakeholders
  • Coordinate the assessment team to ensure the assessment is completed on time according to the plan
  • Attend all assessment interviews and meetings to represent CITL. Ensure full notes are documented and the database is updated
  • Monitor the progress of the market assessment and report on this to senior management
  • Undertake initial analysis of the findings of the assessment and prepare reports/presentations on findings as required
  • Promote a safe and secure work environment; foster a culture of safety and security awareness and consistently follow all CARE safety and security policies, procedures and directives
  • Demonstrate an understanding of gender equality and women’s empowerment and a commitment to CARE’s approach and values including ethnic diversity and cultural sensitivity
  • Uphold and promote CARE’s commitment to Child Protection

 

  1. EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Degree in business, management or other related technical degree
  • Experience in the private sector, market analysis or business planning an advantage
  • Ability to represent the organisation externally to a variety of different stakeholders
  • Well organised and strong ability to coordinate a team effectively and efficiently
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills in Tetun and English
  • Ability to comply with and uphold all relevant CARE International in Timor Leste policies and standard procedures
  • Computer literacy within standard Microsoft Office programs, i.e. Word, Excel, Power Point, and data bases and excellent communication skills both written and spoken in English and Tetun

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CARE TL – Business and Enterprise Officer – CD 21 de Marco de 2016

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

 

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL

Department / Project                    : Program Quality

Position                                               : Business and Enterprise Officer

Supervisor                                          : PQ Unit Manager

Grade                                                   : C1

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

Salary                                                    : From $702 per month plus benefits

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

Position Report To                          : Deputy Project Manager: Business and Enterprise

Position Supervisors                      : N/A

Job Description Prepared by      : PQ Unit Manager

Date Job Description Updated   : 25 January 2016

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 focuses on women and girls in rural disadvantaged 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 and Enterprise Officer will support the DPM Business and Enterprise on private sector engagement and social enterprise initiatives at CARE International in Timor-Leste (CITL). This will include providing support to the projects and program in terms of small business management and development, markets and working with the private sector. The role will also provide training to communities in entrepreneurship, basic business skills and management.

 

  1. MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:
  2. Private Sector/Partner Engagement
  • Support the DPM Business and Enterprise in building and maintaining strong partnerships in the private sector and related to business development
  1. Social Enterprise Development
  • Support assessments and analysis related to markets, private sector engagement and social enterprise development
  • Support the development of business plans for social enterprise development initiatives
  • Provide technical advice to relevant projects on small business planning, management and entrepreneurship skills
  1. Marketing Objectives and Implementing Strategies
  • Oversee the development and adaption of materials and technical tools as relevant to projects
  • Support the development of Private Sector Engagement Strategy for CITL

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