Plan International in Timor-Leste – HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER (HRM) – CD 12 de Junho de 2017

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International Timor-Leste                                                                                  

VACANCY:  HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER (HRM)

Plan International especially invites applications from women and people with disabilities for this position, and for all jobs and consultancies.  We ask all job applicants to show firm evidence of their commitment to gender equality and inclusion of people with disabilities. Plan offers competitive salaries and long-term career opportunities.

Background.     Plan’s programs in Aileu and Ainaro Municipalities aim to ensure that all children, especially girls, realize their rights to clean water and sanitation, education, and protection from violence and abuse, health, and that they become active and democratic citizens. Plan is committed to response in case of humanitarian disaster in these Municipalities and in other parts of Timor-Leste. Plan’s development and rights activities are supported by grants from a range of donors and by almost 13,000 child sponsors.  Plan Timor-Leste’s Country Office in Dili provides overall supervision, support and guidance to teams in the Municipalities.

Role:      The Human Resources Manager is a very senior role. He/she reports directly to the Country Coordinator, the head of Plan in Timor-Leste and is a member of the Management Group, contributing to Country Strategy and other high level planning and policy exercises. The HRM contributes to the planning and management of Plan’s projects, sponsorship communications, financial planning and control, administration, ICT and communications by supporting the Management Group to identify, attract and retain high performing staff and teams. The HRM supports development of staff and team quality by leading on organization of training, including Child Protection, Gender Equality and Code of Conduct training. The HRM supports the maintenance of team quality by helping to deal with cases where Plan’s high standards are breached.

Skills and qualifications required

·         High school mandatory; University Degree in related field or equivalent experience preferred

·         Minimum 5 years’ experience in senior management essential, and preferably 5 in HR

·         Senior management experience in an international organization a major advantage

·         Fluency in both English and Tetum essential

·         Experience in working in multicultural environment

·         Experience in working with people from wide range of skills and backgrounds

·         Demonstrates a high level of discretion and confidentiality in handling sensitive situations

·         Demonstrates a high degree of professionalism/integrity

·         Strong written and verbal communication

·         Strong negotiation skills

·         Facilitation/presentation skills

·         Analytical ability e.g. analyzing salary survey data, etc

·         Flexibility and patience

·         Leads by example to motivate high performance of others

·         Communicates clearly and effectively

·         Very strong commitment to continuous learning

·         Ability to manage time effectively and prioritize tasks

·         Ability to maintain achieve operational efficiency and mitigate risks related to People and Culture

 

Location/travel.      Based Dili Country Office. Frequent travel to and stays in Aileu and Ainaro. Must be willing to travel to remote communities on bad roads. Occasional international travel, e.g. to Regional HR meetings

 

FOR ALL PLAN POSITIONS AND CONSULTANCIES…

·         Plan International does not tolerate child abuse. Appropriate reference and background checks will be carried out prior to job offers.  This includes, but is not limited to, phone references

·         Plan International requires evidence of commitment to gender equality and social inclusion. This evidence might come from verifiable stories of voluntary work, active engagement in CSOs, active engagement in community, family life as well as work.

·         Applicants must be of Timorese nationality, or have the right or permission to live and work in Timor-Leste.

·         Short listed candidates will be required to attend panel interviews and other selection procedures.

·         We always seek verbal references.

 

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: MONDAY 12 JUNE 2017

TO APPLY  Send….

·         resume/CV – including mobile phone number and email address, and Skype address if you have one

·         cover letter explaining why you are applying

·         names, mobile phone numbers and email address of three professional referees, plus Skype addresses if possible

·         salary expectations and salary history

to PlanTL.Jobs@plan-international.org

Plan International in Timor-Leste – AREA MANAGER, AILEU AND AINARO MUNICIPALITIES – CD 12 de Junho de 2017

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International in Timor-Leste

Plan International Timor-Leste                                                                                  

 

VACANCY:  AREA MANAGER, AILEU AND AINARO MUNICIPALITIES

Plan International especially invites applications from women and people with disabilities for this position, and for all jobs and consultancies.  We ask all job applicants to show firm evidence of their commitment to gender equality and inclusion of people with disabilities. Plan offers competitive salaries and long-term career opportunities.

Background.     Plan’s programs in Aileu and Ainaro Municipalities aim to ensure that all children, especially girls, realize their rights to clean water and sanitation, education, protection from violence and abuse and disaster risks, health, and that they become active and democratic citizens. Plan is committed to response in case of humanitarian disaster in these Municipalities. Plan’s development and rights activities are supported by grants from a range of donors and by almost 13,000 child sponsors.

Role.       The Area Manager will provide management and leadership for the Plan teams in Aileu and Ainaro to ensure that Plan meets its commitments to children, communities and supporters. This is a senior post with considerable responsibility, including management responsibility for 30-40 staff and a substantial annual budget. The Area Manager reports to the Country Coordinator, who is the head of Plan in Timor-Leste. The Area Manager is a member of the County Management Team.

Skills and qualifications required

·         Minimum of five years’ senior management experience and minimum of ten years’ work experience essential, preferably in an international organization

·         Proven skills in operational management, including HR, finance, procurement, administration

·         Minimum of five years’ community development experience essential

  • Demonstrated understanding of the NGO sector in Timor Leste, and the challenges working in rural and remote areas.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of rural development  children’s issues in Timor Leste

·         Fluent written and spoken English and Tetun essential

·         Proficiency in MS Office software essential. Knowledge of databases an advantage

·         Clear communicator, demonstrated good writing skills

  • Communication skills, including networking, relationship building and excellent negotiation and influencing skills in multi-cultural contexts
  • Proven skills in engaging with children and young people in respectful and creative ways, in line with Plan’s CCCD approach

Location/travel.      This post will be based in either Aileu Municipality or Ainaro Municipality. The Area Manager will be required to travel within the Municipalities up to 50% of the time, requiring travel on bad roads, hiking and a willingness to stay in remote communities overnight. There is also regular travel to Dili and occasional foreign travel.

FOR ALL PLAN POSITIONS AND CONSULTANCIES…

·         Plan International does not tolerate child abuse. Appropriate reference and background checks will be carried out prior to job offers.  This includes, but is not limited to, phone references

·         Plan International requires evidence of commitment to gender equality and social inclusion. This evidence might come from verifiable stories of voluntary work, active engagement in CSOs, active engagement in community, family life as well as work.

·         Applicants must be of Timorese nationality, or have the right or permission to live and work in Timor-Leste.

·         Short listed candidates will be required to attend panel interviews and other selection procedures.

·         We always seek verbal references.

 

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: MONDAY 12 JUNE 2017

TO APPLY  Send….

·         resume/CV – including mobile phone number and email address, and Skype address if you have one

·         cover letter explaining why you are applying

·         names, mobile phone numbers and email address of three professional referees, plus Skype addresses if possible

·         salary expectations and salary history

to PlanTL.Jobs@plan-international.org

CARE TL – 3 Positions for Field Officers (Ainaro  Aileu and Viqueque) – CD 07 de Junho de 2017

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

Internally & Externally

CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL

 

Department / Project                    : LAFAEK

Position                                               : Three positions for Field Officers (Ainaro  Aileu and Viqueque)

Grade                                                   : E1

Salary                                                    : From $390per month plus benefits

Location of Work                             : Ainaro  Aileu and Viqueque

 

INTRODUCTION:

CARE is an international development and humanitarian aid organization fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities. As a non-religious and non-political organization, CARE works with communities to help overcome poverty by supporting development efforts and providing emergency assistance. We believe supporting women and girls is one of the most effective ways to create sustainable outcomes in poor communities.

CARE’s long term program will focus on women and girls in rural disadvantage areas with four priority areas: SRM Health and Rights, Women’s Economic Empowerment, Women’s Voice and Education.

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

The role of the Field Officer is to ensure all project activities are implementing effectively and efficient at schools and communities level. S/he represent project as focal point in the field level or municipality and required to build and maintain good relationship with local government, INGO/Local NGO and others stakeholders.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:

Project Planning and Report

  • Support the Deputy Project Manager to develop a Project implementation schedule and plan for the year
  • Develop monthly work plans for project implementation and ensure the activities are conducted as per the plan
  • Develop magazines distribution plan per edition
  • Submit monthly report of implementation activities regularly
  • Bring the feedback from the field level to project side.

Project Implementation

  • Attend the training or workshop on distribution tools/forms and give the input to revise the forms if necessary and reasonable
  • Distribute or drop the magazines to each schools and target communities in municipality level base on Distribution and meet the deadline of distribution
  • Beneficiary data collection, verified and entry using mobile data or tablet
  • Direct distribution the magazines to all Insert Schools
  • Distribute the magazine to stakeholders or partners in Suco level, Administrative post and Municipality level
  • Identify and Record Project Beneficiary/stakeholders success (Impact) story
  • Coordinate and Facilitate Community Dialogue activity at Village/Suco level
  • Facilitate Workshop at Administrative Post level if require
  • Participated or involve in Village/Suco’s Council meeting per month

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PRADET- Fasillitador Komunidade ba Programa Tau Matan (Tráfiku Umanu) nain 1 (ida) -CD 06 de Juno de 2017

 PRADET

 

Psychosocial Recovery and Development in East Timor

Telp. +670 332 1562 Fax, e-mail; pradet_timorlorosae@yahoo.com

Website: www.pradet.org

Posisaun Fasillitador Komunidade ba Programa Tau Matan (Tráfiku Umanu) nain 1 (ida)
Objetivu serviso Suporta Kordenador Programa hodi Halo treinamentu, asesmentu, no relatóriu
Halo reportajen ba Kordenador Programa
Area servisu Dili no ba Munisípius

PRADET (Rekuperasaun no Dezenvolvimentu Psikosocial iha Timor-Leste) estabelese hodi fornese servisu psikosocial ba ema ne’ebé hetan trauma, moras mental no problema psikosocial sira seluk. Pograma Taumatan nudar programa ida husi programa seluk ne’ebé implementa iha PRADET.

Programa Taumatan eziste iha tinan 2009 no halo servisu hamutuk ho parseirus nasional no internasional sira hodi fo atendementu ba asuntu Tráfiku umanu iha Timor Leste. Parte seluk Programa Taumatan halo mos atividade prevensaun liu husi dezaminasaun informasaun ba komunidade sira hodi hatene no responde ba lalaok tráfiku umanu.

Relasiona ho ne’e, PRADET agora dadauk buka hela ema nain 1 (ida) feto ka mane ne’ebé iha esperiénsia relevante hodi halo knar hanesan:

  • Iha kapasidade atu fasilita treinamentu ka dezaminasaun informasaun ba komunidade
  • Halo asesementu no akompañamentu ba maluk sira ne’ebé esperiensia situasaun tráfiku umanu
  • Organisa prosesu referel kliente ba parseiru sira
  • Prepara relatóriu atividade ba kordenador programa hodi hato’o ba doador sira
  • Asegura informasaun aktual/sufisiente ba kordenador no management PRADET
  • Ativu submete dadus ba ofisial baze dadus PRADET nian hodi rezistu iha sistema base de dadus
  • Organiza no arkiva dadus sira hanesan dokumentus fíziku inklui halo dokumentasaun ba atividades relevante ho asuntu Tráfiku umanu no seluk tan

SKILL & ESPERIÉNSIA SERVISU

  1. Tinan 3 ba leten komprende ka servisu tiha ona iha area relevansia.
  2. Skill uza komputador ne’ebé avansadu kona ba MS Office (word, excel, power point)
  3. Hatene uza email
  4. Koalia lian Tetum, Indonezia, Inglés no português hanesan preferensia seluk ne’ebé diak liu.

NB: Kandidatu sira ne’ebé tama iha short list deit maka sei hetan kontaktu atu mai intervista, kona ba level saláriu sei bazeia ba esperiénsia servisu.

Ita bo’ot sira bele mai hatama ita nia CV no dokumentu suporta seluk ruma iha PRADET Timor Lorosa’e lokaliza iha kampaun HNGV laran ou bele liu husi email pradet_timorlorosae@yahoo.com ho númeru kontaktu (+670) 332 1562/7734 6668

Data ikus/deadline ba vaga ne’e maka 06 Juñu 2017

 

Jesuit Social Service – Part-time Researcher – Writer – CD 04 de Juno de 2017

Jesuit Social Service – Timor Leste (JSS)

Jesuit Social Service – Timor Leste (JSS)

 

 

Part-time Researcher – Writer

Hiring Notice on behalf of:

Pontifical Missionary Union (Vatican City)  (http://www.ppoomm.va)

FIDES news agency (Vatican City) (www.fides.org)

 

Background of the project:

The is a great interest in the Catholic Church to know about the situation of the youth in Asia today.  Timor Leste is selected as one of the focus country for research as the country has a wide Catholic base and the population is composed of dynamic young people.  The project calls for papers to form part of the book entitled:  “Youth in Asia: challenges and perspectives.”

The purpose is to give a picture of the situation, needs and expectation of youth in Asian countries, in order to provide a solid material for the discernment of the Pope, the clergy, the cardinals, the bishops who are going to gather for the upcoming Synod on the Youth (October 2018).

The book is composed of different chapters, one for every country selected; every chapter will be written in English, and will be a paper of about 10,000 words.

 

What we are looking for?

We are looking for a “part-time researcher-writer” who can gather relevant information and write a coherent article about the challenges and perspectives of the youth in East Timor.  If you think you have what it takes to do research and write a decent paper, please contact the email and number below for more information:

Email:  ejgerilla@gmail.com

Mobile Phone:  (+670) 78472292

 

Professional Qualifications of Applicants

The job is open for Timorese citizens only, male or female, 21 – 45 years old.

  1. With good command in written and oral English.
  2. Has done any academic research in the past.
  3. Willing to travel. (Part of the job is a chance to travel to Rome in November 2017).
  4. Willing to work overtime.
  5. Can travel to various parts of Timor Leste with ease.
  6. Ability to engage the youth in dialogue and various activities.
  7. A good sense of mission in the service of the Church and not in great need for financial reward.

 

Contract Arrangements

The assignment is for 6 months or earlier depending on the completion of the paper.  Part-time only and flexible in terms of working hours.  The contract will include all-expenses paid travel to Rome in November 2017.

 

To apply please send your CV directly to the email provided above.

Only those short-listed will be contacted for a brief interview.

The deadline for submission of application is on 4 June 2017.

 

Community Housing Limited – Junior Estimator – CD Open Until Filled

Community Housing Ltd.

Community Housing Ltd.

Position Title: Junior ESTIMATOR

Reports To:  Quantity Surveyor

Overview:

Responsible for estimating projects for Community Housing Limited. This includes all conceptual.

Negotiated and competitive bid estimates, and interfacing with project managers, all support teams and client

relations to achieve precise and accurate estimates.

Essential Responsibilities include the following and  Other duties may be assigned.

§ Prepares  commercial  estimates per bid procedure

§ Prepares subcontractor evaluations

§ Reviews all plans and specifications, permit set of drawings and Owner requirements with Design Manager

§ Prepares bid proposal, including the cost breakdown, clarifications, scope and exclusions

§ Prepares drawing list

§ Processes and distribute all R.F.I.s for estimating and job addendums

§ Prepares subcontract takeoffs

§ Responds to all subcontractor inquiries in relation to bids

§ Assists with pricing of drawings and revisions

§ Assists in pricing of owner and subcontract change orders including written narrative and drawing overlay

§ Provides value engineering services

§ Prepares subcontractor comparison sheets for evaluation

§ Prepares estimate turnovers to project managers

§ Assist estimator in generating scope of works for all trades

§ Prepare Owner / PM bid books

§ Prepare post bid buyouts

§ Prepare call list and follow up for coverage

§ Maintain positive client/subcontractor relationships

Required Education/Experience:

To be eligible to perform this job,  it is preferred if the individual possesses the following:

§ Diploma degree or higher in a construction related discipline is desired

§ Minimum 1 to 5 years experience in the construction industry performing responsibilities equivalent to those listed above

§ Working knowledge and comprehension of blueprints and plans, as well as construction management

§ Effective negotioation skills

Skills/Qualifications/Abilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must possess the following:

§ Computer skills as follows:

§ Intermediate to Advanced level in Onscreen Takeoff

§ Intermediate to Advanced level in Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Excel and Outlook)

§ Intermediate to Advanced level in Microsoft Project

§ Intermediate level understanding of digital images (how to open, view, customize and print them) Job Description

§ Strong organizational skills, flexibility, and the ability to prioritize work assignments

§ Extreme attention to detail

§ Excellent written and oral communication skills

§ Availability to work extended hours as required by project schedules or urgent circumstances

§ Ability to travel throughout all areas of construction sites during all phases of a project

§ Leadership and motivational skills

To  apply:

Please submit your application  and Curriculum vitae to: gemenerita.benevides@chl.org.au or by Hand to AV. Nicolau Lobato Ruku II Fatuhada andar 3 Comoro Dili, Phone: +670 3331330

Woman are strongly encouraged to apply

CARE TL – Security Officer – CD 20 de Abril de 2017

CARE International in Timor Leste

CARE International in Timor Leste

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

Internally & Externally

CARE International in Timor-Leste – CITL

Department / Project                       : Program Support Unit (PSU)

Position                                  : Security Officer

Supervisor                              : Operation Director (OD)

Grade                                      : D1

Salary                                      : From $546 per month plus benefits

Location of Work                  : Dili Base

Position Report To                : OD

Contract period                     One year with possibility Extension

 

INTRODUCTION:

CARE is an international development and humanitarian aid organization fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities. As a non-religious and non-political organization, CARE works with communities to help overcome poverty by supporting development efforts and providing emergency assistance. We believe supporting women and girls is one of the most effective ways to create sustainable outcomes in poor communities.

CARE’s long term program will focus on women and girls in rural disadvantage areas with four priority areas: SRM Health and Rights, Women’s Economic Empowerment, Women’s Voice and Education.

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

The purpose of the Security Officer position is to secure the management of the Dili office and guards. In addition, assist the OD in providing support in terms of the safety and security to the CITL team and its operation.

This position is based in Dili, with possible travel required to other field offices.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide safety and security briefings as required prior to staff deployment to the area;
  • Assist the OD to conduct safety checks on vehicles and ensure they are operating in accordance to the CITL standard operating procedures;
  • Provide national staff security orientation in the absence of OD;

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Peace Winds Japan – (Program/Assistant Coordinator – 2 Positions)- CD 17 de Abril de 2017

Peace Winds JapanP e a c e    W i n d s    J a p a n in Timor-Leste

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

 

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

(Program/Assistant Coordinator – 2 Positions)

 

 

About the Organization

In 1999, the popular referendum in East Timor on independence from Indonesia led to massive violence, displacing many people internally in the area. In response, Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) provided medical assistance as well as food, shelter materials, and daily commodities to those displaced in the capital Dili and Liquiça District. In order to meet the needs of people at the time of their struggle, PWJ remained in East Timor and implemented various activities including housing projects and livelihood assistance. Since East Timor gained independence in 2002, PWJ has been providing technical support for coffee farmers in Ermera and Liquiça District and selling their products in Japan, U.S.A, Australia and Taiwan under a fair-trade system.

We are looking for competent Program/Assistant Coordinators – 1-2 positions to undertake a variety of administrative and program management tasks. You will help in planning and organizing programs and activities as well as carry out important operational duties.

Responsibilities

  • Planning, coordination of a program and export activity;
  • Ensure implementation of policies and practices;
  • Help build positive relations within the team and external parties of organization;
  • Prepare paperwork and order material regarding exportation activities;
  • Keep updated records and create reports or proposals to General Coordinator; and,
  • Support growth and program development of organization.

 

Requirement

  • Bachelor degree in Agriculture, Economic, Science or equivalent;
  • Ability working as a team;
  • Have at least 2 year experience in similar position;
  • Strong interpersonal skill and organize skill;
  • Fluently speak English, Tetun and Bahasa, Portugues (not essential);
  • Willing to travel to the districts; and,
  • Willing to drive vehicle (motorcycle/car) with a valid license.

 

Please submit your Cover Letter (addressed to Director of PWJ),Detailed Resume (CV) and copies of Related Documents to Peace Winds Japan Office in Rua Ribeira de Maloa, Tuana Laran, Aldeia Matua, Suco Vila-Verde or email to: resources.pwjtl@gmail.com; Closing date is 17th April  2017 at 05:00 PM.

Please note: the application which sent after the specified time will not be tolerated.

For the further information, please contact to (+670) 7805-7990 (only on Working Time at 08:00AM-05:00PM – Monday-Friday).

IOM – Duas Pocicoes – CD 17 de Abril de 2017

IOM

IOM

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

                                               

No. Position TOR/ Application Form
1. Project Assistant SVN.2017.001 Project Assistant
2 Radiology Technician SVN.2017.002 Radiology Technician
 3  Personal History Form  Personal History Form

 

Xanana Gusmão Reading Room – RE-ADVERTISED – Operations Co-ordinator (National Position)- CD 21 de Abril de 2017

 

Xanana Gusmão Reading Room

Xanana Gusmão Reading Room

RE-ADVERTISED: Vacancy – Operations Co-ordinator (National Position)

 Closing date: 21st April 2017

The Xanana Gusmão Reading Room is recruiting an Operations Co-ordinator. This is a key role overseeing the daily operations of the Reading Room’s programmes and facilities.

The Operations Co-ordinator will assist the Co-ordinator in implementing and reporting on annual event and marketing plans, supporting staff and oversee the maintenance, cleaning and security of the facilities. 

The right person will have a degree in a relevant discipline, experience in managing or supervising staff and excellent communication skills.  We are looking for someone who is highly organised, able to work autonomously and implement plans effectively and efficiently. Highly developed inter-personal skills as well as a commitment to the philosophy and values of the Reading Room are essential.

About Xanana Gusmão Reading Room

The Xanana Gusmão Reading Room (XGRR) is a non-profit organization based in Dili with the mission to develop and support a public library service to inform and educate all Timorese. The organisation has been operating since June 2000, founded by First Lady Kirsty Sword Gusmão. The organisation serves the communities’ need for information, knowledge, literature and education. The XGRR has played a key role in promoting life-long learning and a safe place where people can obtain information, knowledge, read and borrow books, and where the museum can provide information on Xanana and his struggle for an independent Timor-Leste.  The facilities include a library, museum, book and gift shop and meeting spaces for hire.  XGRR runs a range of programmes for pre-school, school and youth as well as a range of events and exhibitions.

To apply, please send a CV and covering letter by email only to xgreadingroom@gmail.com with the subject heading ‘Operations Coordinator’. Please tailor your application to the selection criteria. The deadline for applications is 5pm SATURDAY, 21st April 2017.  

Please note that previous applicants will NOT be accepted. Only applicants meeting the job requirements will be contacted.  All applicants are encouraged to read the Job Description before applying.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Re-advertised: Operations Co-ordinator (National Position) 

About Xanana Gusmão Reading Room

The Xanana Gusmão Reading Room (XGRR) is a Dili-based non-profit organization with the mission to develop and support a public library service to inform and educate all Timorese. The organisation has been operating since June 2000, founded by First Lady Kirsty Sword Gusmão. The organisation serves the communities’ need for information, knowledge, literature and education. The XGRR has played a key role in promoting life-long learning and a safe place where people can obtain information, knowledge, read and borrow books, and where the museum can provide information on Xanana and his struggle for an independent Timor-Leste.

 

Our Vision: Creating the Reading Generation in Timor-Leste.

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