Peace Corps Timor Leste – Safety and Security Manager – CD Open until filled

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Date:                                     March 1, 2017

Closure Date:                     Open until filled, apply by March 15, 2017 for priority screening

Position Title:                     Safety and Security Manager

Salary:                                   Salary range $17,869.50 – 23,977.80 annually plus benefits

(Starting salary depends on salary history, experience, and qualifications)

Position Announcement

The United States Peace Corps program in Timor-Leste seeks a qualified and motivated candidate for the following full-time position:  Safety and Security Manager.

The United States Peace Corps is a non-political, non-religious organization, which brings American Volunteers to various munispiu in Timor-Leste to work with communities on development projects on two-year assignments. The Peace Corps is an agency of the United States Government and was founded by President John F. Kennedy in 1961.  General information about Peace Corps can be found atwww.peacecorps.gov.

The role of the Safety and Security Manager (SSM) is to support security-related functions (i.e. site inspection and selection, Volunteer site visits, emergency planning, incident response, etc.) that are critical to post operations and Volunteer support. The SSM reports to the Country Director (CD) who manages day to day workload, while the Office of Safety and Security provides technical oversight of security related matters and SSM professional development.

Major Duties Include (but not limited to):

  • Coordinate security programs, and maintain safety equipment, procedures, and documentation;
  • Considerable travel throughout Timor-Leste to visit Volunteers and build relationships with community members, local leaders and local authorities;
  • Remain on duty and carry phone to respond to individual and large-scale emergencies on short notice: 24 hours/day, 7 days/week;
  • Liaise with local law enforcement and U.S. government officials;
  • Monitor and disseminate information about security issues;
  • Design and conduct trainings for American Volunteers and community members;
  • Perform housing checks for American Volunteers and train staff in performing housing checks to assess for safety and security;
  • Conduct post-incident assessments to identify any ongoing threats or security concerns and develop mitigation strategies.

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Peace Corps Timor Leste – Financial and Administrative Assistance (FAA) – CD Open until filled

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Opening Date:                   March 1, 2017

Closure Date:                     Open until filled (Initial review starts March 10)

Position Title:                     Financial and Administrative Assistance (FAA)

Salary:                                   Developmental level starting at $10,935.32 annually with benefits

Full performance level starting at $14,250.72 annually with benefits

Position Announcement

The United States Peace Corps program in Timor-Leste seeks a qualified and motivated candidate for the following full-time position: Financial and Administrative Assistant

The United Peace Corps is a non-political, non-religious organization, which will bring American Volunteers to Timor-Leste to be assigned to Districts to work with communities on development projects. The Peace Corps is an agency of the United States Government and was founded by President John F. Kennedy in 1961.  General information about Peace Corps can be found on www.peacecorps.gov.

The FAA  will work as a member of the Administrative Unit supporting the entire Peace Corps Timor-Leste  Program working under the direct supervision of the Director of Management and Operations (DMO). Duties include:

Major responsibilities include

  • Budget execution;
  • Finance and Accounting: includes responsibilities for liquidations and disbursements, reporting, serving as Billing Officer, executing purchase card procurements, verifying vouchers, etc.;
  • Alternate Cashier and backup to Cashier for timekeeping and other responsibilities;
  • Contract support: assisting in preparation and maintenance of Personal Service Contracts, leases, and general service and supplies contracts;
  • Human Resources: supporting recruitment, hiring, orientation, performance reviews, implementation of local staff benefits, and records management;
  • Volunteer Support: provides general administrative and financial assistance to support Trainees/Volunteers and assists with market basket and other surveys;
  • Travel Logistics: assists with Travel Authorizations and arrangements, travel advances and payments;
  • Manage and support special projects as assigned.

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Peace Corps Timor Leste -Program Manager – English Education – CD 25 de Novembro de 2016

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Peace Corps Timor Leste

PERSONAL SERVICES CONTRACTOR (PSC) VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Position Title:

Program Manager – English Education

Department:

Programming & Training Unit

Location:

Peace Corps Timor-Leste Office Rua Nu’u Laran No. 12 Bairro Dos Grilhos, Dili

Reports to:

Director of Programming & Training (DPT)

Total work hours:

40 hours a week

Salary:

Developmental level starting at $22,585.00 annually with benefits

Full Performance level starting at $27,126.00 annually with benefits

Closing date:

Open until filled; apply by 25 November 2016 for primary consideration.

The United States Peace Corps program in Timor-Leste seeks a qualified and motivated candidate for the following full-time position:  Program Manager – English Education

The United Peace Corps is a non-political, non-religious organization, which will bring American Volunteers to Timor-Leste to be assigned to schools to support the countries English Education strategy. The Peace Corps is an agency of the United States Government and was founded by President John F. Kennedy in 1961.  General information about Peace Corps can be found on www.peacecorps.gov.

This is a unique opportunity to help develop the English Education strategy and implementation plan.

The Program Manager English Education will work as a member of the Program and Training Unit supporting the entire Peace Corps Timor-Leste Program working under the direct supervision of the Director of Programming and Training, duties include:

  • Research and analyze program opportunities in English Education to design a program relevant to the needs of Timor-Leste.
  • Develop and maintain a network of contacts in the education sector and serve as    liaison with Timor-Leste host agencies.
  • Develop and conduct experiential technical training programs and workshops.
  • Maintain professional relationships with Volunteers and other professional contacts.
  • Produce and maintain program documentation including a project plan, monitoring and evaluation systems, site reports, volunteer assignment descriptions, and public outreach materials.
  • Travel extensively throughout Timor-Leste to visit host organizations and volunteers to develop and assess suitability of volunteer placements.
  • Serve as a technical and cultural consultant providing support, training, and guidance in project design, management, and community development.
  • Supports Volunteer work throughout their Peace Corps service, providing timely and constructive feedback regarding work and cross-cultural development.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:  University Bachelor’s degree required.  Academic Major in English Education with teaching certification is a preferred.

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Peace Corps Timor Leste – Fasilitadór Língua & Kultura ou Language & Cross-Cultural Facilitator (LCF) – CD 16 de Novembro de 2016

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Timor-Leste

          In-Service Training/Reconnect (IST)

Language & Cross-Cultural Facilitator (LCF)

Vaga Anunsiu Serbisu

Títulu Pozisaun         

Fasilitadór Língua & Kultura ou Language & Cross-Cultural Facilitator (LCF)

Durasaun Serbisu

Serbisu loron 10 (tuir treinamentu ba treinadór ba loron 4 no loron 6 ba serbisu)

Loron Estimasaun serbisu

loron 5 to 18 fulan Janeiru. Inklui serbisu loron-sorin iha sabadu

Data hahu anunsiu ba vaga

9 de Novembru 2016

Data ikus anunsiu ba vaga

16 de Novembru 2016

Estimasaun Salariu

USD 22.87 – 38.44 kada loron baseia ba esperensia no kualifikasaun

SUMARIU BA POZISAUN

Corpo da Pás hakarak buka LCF ne’ebé enerjétiku no ambisiozu ho esperiensia iha língua maternal. Corpo da Pás minimu iha intensaun atu fo kontratu ba:

–          Ema ne’ebé ko’alia língua Makasae nain 1.

–          Ema ne’ebé ko’alia língua Waimua nain 1.

–          Ema ne’ebé ko’alia língua Mambae husi Aileu nain 2.

–          Ema ne’ebé ko’alia língua Mambae husi Ainaro nain 1.

–          Ema ne’ebé ko’alia língua Mambae husi Ermera nain 1.

–          Ema ne’ebé ko’alia língua Tokodede nain 1. No,

–          Ema ne’ebé ko’alia língua Tetun nain 2.

Corpo da Pás enkoraza diversidade no enkoraza aplikante sira husi distritu ne’ebé iha leten no sei laiha diskriminasaun bazeia ba generu, tinan, grupu étniku, orientasaun seksual no relijiaun.

Fasilitadór língua  & Kultura (LCF) sei responsavel ba dezenvolvimentu no fasilita implimentasaun língua  Tetun no língua lokál seluk ne’ebé kualidade ho maizumenus loron 6. LCF sei hanorin Voluntáriu Amerikanu/a sira ne’ebé durante fulan 3 ona hela no serbisu iha Timor-Leste. Voluntáriu sira iha ona profisiensia bazika iha língua  Tetun no instrusaun lingua nian iha periodu In-Service Training (IST) ne’ebé sei haklean sira nia língua  hodi foka liu ba língua  ne’ebé relasiona ho sira-nia objetivu serbisu ka introdús língua  lokál ruma ba Voluntáriu balun.

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Peace Corps Timor Leste – Language & Cross-Cultural Facilitator (LCF) – CD 16 de Novembro de 2016

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Timor-Leste

In-Service Training/Reconnect (IST)

Language & Cross-Cultural Facilitator (LCF)

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Position title

Language & Cross-Cultural Facilitator (LCF)

Period of Performance (Duration of Contract)

10 working days  (4 Training of Trainers and 6.5 work days)

Approximate dates are:  January 5 – 18.   Includes working half day on Saturday.

Opening Date

November 9, 2016

Closing Date

November 16, 2016

Salary Range

USD 22.87- 38.44 per day based on qualification and experiences

 

POSITION SUMMARY

Peace Corps aims to contract a pool of ambitious eager, energetic, and ambitious Language and Culture Facilitators (LCFs) with experience in a range of local languages for training of American Peace Corps Volunteers in January 2017.   At a minimum Peace Corps aims to contract:

–          1 Makasae native speaker

–          1 Waimua native speaker

–          2 Mambae native speakers – from Aileu

–          1 Mambae native speaker – from Ainaro

–          1 Mambae native speaker – from Ermera,  and

–          1 Tokodede native speaker

–          2 – 3  Tetum speakers to teach advanced Tetum

Peace Corps encourages diversity and encourages applicants from districts named above and does not discriminate based on gender, age, ethnic group, sexual orientation, religion.

The Language and Culture Facilitators (LCFs) are responsible for developing and delivering quality Tetum and/or local language instruction for approximately six days.  LCFs will be teaching American Volunteers that have been living and working in Timor-Leste for 3 months.  The Volunteers have basic proficiency in Tetum Language and language instruction at this In-Service Training (IST) will deepen their language training by focusing on language for work purposes or introduce some Volunteers to one of the local languages.

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Peace Corps Timor Leste – Back-up Peace Corps Medical Officer (PCMO) – CD: Open until filled

PEACE CORPS – TIMOR LESTE

Vacancy Announcement

Position

Back-up Peace Corps Medical Officer (PCMO)

Division/Department

Medical Unit

Location

Peace Corps Timor-Leste Office Rua Nu’u Laran No. 12 Bairro Dos Grilhos, Dili

Reports to

Country Director

Total work hours

The Back-up PCMO will work two weekends a month and during PCMO’s scheduled leave and annual conference

Salary

Negotiable, dependent on experience and salary history

Closing date

Open until filled, apply by 14 October 2016 for primary consideration

Duties include but are not limited to:

•      Routine primary health care to Peace Corps Trainees and Volunteers including treatment of common illnesses and injuries in accordance with Peace Corps medical guidelines; referral to outside medical consultants or facilities.

•      Individual short-term counseling on disease prevention, adjustment issues, stress management and cross-cultural problems.

•      Treatment or counseling will be conducted by phone, at site, or at the Peace Corps Health Unit as applicable.

•      Available around-the-clock by telephone (Peace Corps medical duty phone).

•      Assist with medical related administrative duties in cooperation with the Peace Corps Medical Assistant.

 

Qualifications and requirements:

•      Current license to practice.

•      At least 3 years’ experience in a professional practice, hospital or clinic setting.

Interested applicants for this position must submit the following or the application will not be considered:

  1. A resume or C.V. that includes:

·         Professional positions held, identifying duties, responsibilities, dates of employment and reason for leaving

·         Education and training, identifying universities attended, dates of attendance, degrees and diplomas.

·         Professional licenses, certificates, registrations

·         An accounting for periods of unemployment longer than three months

  1. One reference letter from a clinical colleague
  1. Photocopies of:

·         Academic diplomas.  Please note, in addition to a copy of the academic diploma, the applicant must submit an official academic transcript and curriculum.

·         Professional licenses.  If the license does not have an expiration date, written confirmation must be submitted directly from the issuing authority.

·         Certificates of all post graduate training, internships, residencies, fellowships

·         Professional registrations

Application Instructions:

Important! Applicants must clearly describe or demonstrate how they meet each of the mandatory qualifications in English.   Applicants who do not specify how they meet the qualifications and their fit with the position in the cover letter will not be considered for an interview.  Qualified and interested candidates should send the cover letter with their CV to easttimorpc@peacecorps.gov. Please state the position title in the subject line:  PCMO Back-up Provider.

The Peace Corps is an equal opportunity employer. No phone calls or personal visits related to this vacancy will be accepted. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Peace Corps Timor Leste – Pre-Service Training (PST) Driver (Kondutor) – CD 01 de Junho de 2016

Peace Corps Timor-Leste

Anuncio Vaga Servisu

Corpo da Pas iha Timor-Leste buka hela candidatu nebe iha qualificasaun no motivasaun diak atu prenxe posisaun hanesan tuir mai ne’e (maize ou menus ba total loron servisu 75-90; komesa fulan Julho ou Agustu):

Pre-Service Training (PST) Driver (Kondutor)

Corpo da Pas hanesan organizasaun nebe laiha relasaun ho religiaun no politica. Corpo da Pas nudar agencia husi governu Estadus Unidos. Fundador agencia Corpo da Pas mak eis Presidente Estadus Unidos, John F. Kennedy iha tinan 1961.  Informasaun geral konaba Corpo da Pas bele hare iha www.peacecorps.gov.

Sumariu Servisu: Ho supervisaun husi Jerente Treinamentu, kondutor fornese transportasaun hodi suporta programa treinamentu no dalaruma husu ajuda atu suporta ekipa administrasaun no suporta logistica. Kondutor sei simu suporta no reporta ba Jerenti Treinamentu  no Direitora Programa no Treinamentu/. Kondutor PST sei servisu iha loron 6 semana ida nian laran no bele inklui servisu liu horas loron 6 nian laran.

Tengke gurante katak kareta hotu sei hetan manutensaun diak no lori kareta ho diak baseia ba regulamentu Corpo da Pas nian, spesificasaun manufatura nian.  Nomos, kondutor sei fo asistencia ba ofisial Administrasaun no Logistica nomos Jerenti Administrasaun wainhira persija.

Ida ne’e posisaun kontratado no persija hela no servisu loron tomak iha fatin treinamentu PST, ho dalaruma viajem mai Dili no ba fatin ida ne’e

 

Responsabilidade inklui maibe la limiti ba:

·         Kondutor sei lori kareta loron loron baseia ba orariu no tengke utiliza kareta baseia ba regras nebe aplika iha regulametu Timor-Leste nomos Corpo da Pas nian.

  • Maneija log book kareta hotu-hotu hodi hatene tuir kareta nian kilometru hira ona, sosa nebe sosa tiha ona, no mantensaun saida mak persisa. Hatama log book ne’e kada semana ba Unit Servisu Jeral no ba Diretor Managemen hodi halo review.

·         Tengke guarantia seguransa ba pasanjeiros hotu (inklui kondutor rasik), kareta Corpo da Pas nomos  propriedade nian nebe tengke baseia ba regulamentu seguransa no lori kareta ho seguru inklui, maibe la limiti ba uja sintu kareta, la uja telefone, no la bele fuma.

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Peace Corps Timor Leste – Pre-Service Training (PST) Driver – CD 27 de Maio de 2016

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Peace Corps Timor Leste

 

Vacancy Announcement

The United States Peace Corps program in Timor-Leste seeks a qualified and motivated candidate for the following short-term position (approximately 75-90 working days; starting in July or August):

Pre-Service Training (PST) Driver

The United Peace Corps is a non-political, non-religious organization. The Peace Corps is an agency of the United States Government and was founded by President John F. Kennedy in 1961. General information about Peace Corps can be found on www.peacecorps.gov.

Position Summary: Under the supervision of the Training Manager, the driver provides transportation support to the training program and may occasionally be asked to support the team in administrative or logistical support. The driver receives guidance from and reports to the Training Manager and Director of Programming & Training. The PST driver will be required to follow a 6-day work week and may include some irregular work hours.

S/he assures that vehicles are properly maintained and operated according to Peace Corps and US Government guidelines, and manufacturer specifications.  In addition, s/he assists the Administrative & Logistics Assistant and the Training Manager with various support tasks as required.

This is a contracted position and requires living and working fulltime at the PST training site, with occasional travel to Dili and to cluster site.

 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

·         Drives vehicle on a daily basis as requested/scheduled adhering to all Timor-Leste and US Peace Corps regulations regarding the use of motorized vehicles and restricting such use to official Peace Corps business.

  • Manages logs on all vehicles to indicate kilometers driven, fuel purchased, and service required. Submits logs weekly to the General Services Unit and DMO for review.

·         Ensures the safety and security of all passengers (including the driver him/herself) and Peace Corps vehicles and property by adhering to driving safety and security guidelines including, but not limited to, wearing seatbelts, refraining from use of handphone, and no smoking.

·         Recommends maintenance and service needs to Training Support and General Services to ensure that vehicles are in safe and operable condition at all times.

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Peace Corps Timor Leste – Staff Development Specialist (SDS) – CD 16 de Maio de 2016

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Position Announcement

Position                      Staff Development Specialist (SDS)

Department               Works with all units of Peace Corps Timor-Leste

Level of Effort            12-month position

Location                     Dili

Reports to                  Director of Management and Operations (DMO)

Salary                          Negotiable, dependent on experience and salary history

Closing date               Open until filled, apply by 16 May 2016 for primary consideration

BACKGROUND

The United States Peace Corps is a non-political, non-religious organization. The Peace Corps is an agency of the United States Government and was founded by President John F. Kennedy in 1961. General information about Peace Corps can be found onwww.peacecorps.gov.  Peace Corps Timor-Leste is in its second year after re-opening its program since its 2008 suspension.  Since the program is still in its infancy, Post is prioritizing building staff capacity.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Under the supervision of the Director of Management and Operations (DMO), and working closely with the Country Director, theStaff Development Specialist (SDS) will support the Post through the development of individual staff development plans, designing and supervising individual staff development curricula to potentially include English (speaking and writing), presentation skills, computer skills (Office applications), coaching/Volunteer support, time management and organizational skills. This position will be an integral part of the management team to ensure a strong foundation for the Post.  This position will collaborate closely with the DMO, DPT and the CD to help build a cohesive team across multiple units. The SDS will need to be creative, flexible, patient, self-directed and have an excellent sense of humor.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

·         Assess and inventory available staff development resources, such as online training available to all PC staff through PC University and Lynda.com, external online resources, and local services providers.

·         Design and deliver assessments to staff to evaluate base capacity and ongoing capacity levels in appropriate target areas as determined by consultation with staff and supervisors in reference to Statements of Work.

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Peace Corps Timor Leste – Pre-Service Training (PST) Site Coordinator – CD 08 de Maio de 2016

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Peace Corps Timor Leste

Vacancy Announcement

The United States Peace Corps program in Timor-Leste seeks a qualified and motivated candidate for the following short-term position (approximately 100-110 working days; starting in June or July):

Pre-Service Training (PST) Site Coordinator

The United Peace Corps is a non-political, non-religious organization. The Peace Corps is an agency of the United States Government and was founded by President John F. Kennedy in 1961. General information about Peace Corps can be found on www.peacecorps.gov.

The Site Coordinator (SC) is responsible for coordinating the identification, interviewing and recommending for selection development of Trainee and Language and Cultural Facilitators (LCFs) homestays in the training site where the Peace Corps Trainees and LCFs will reside for the duration of the Pre-Service Training. This will include visits to the communities, holding community meetings, visiting the homes and interviewing the family members, and preparation of an orientation session with the families. S/he will provide ongoing support and cross-cultural feedback to both host families and Trainees/LCFs. The Site Coordinator will be the primary liaison between the hub site training staff and school officials, health center and other community resources in the training site.

The Site Coordinator works closely and collaboratively with the Training Manager (TM) and the Homestay Coordinator (HSC) to ensure that community sensitivities are respected and issues resolved in a manner that retains good relationship between the Peace Corps and the community.

This is a contracted position and requires living and working fulltime at the central PST training site, with frequent travel to training clusters and/or Dili. The SC will be required to follow a six-day work week, with additional preparation time and activities in the evening, and on some weekends and holidays.

 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

*      Coordinate host family recruitment strategy with the HSC and Training Manager.

*      Collaborate with the LCC, TM and other PST staff in the final preparation of the training design and Calendar of Training Events (COTE). Schedule and plan both formal classroom sessions on homestay topics, as well as activities to be conducted in training clusters and on excursions.

*      Conduct interview visits to all potential host families. Select final host families (with several alternates). Compose and prepare host family agreements and other necessary documents.

*      Provides local community leaders and potential host families with information on the Peace Corps program in Timor-Leste, CBT training design, the selection process for homestay families, and their specific roles and responsibilities. Coordinates with HSC to develop brief homestay booklets for host families and trainees.

*      Works with HSC, TM and other PC staff to design and implement homestay orientation programs for host families and trainees.

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