TLPAPK – Programme Support Officer (s) – CD 17 de Outubro de 2016

New Zealand Police and PNTL – Timor Leste Programa Apoiu Polisia Komunitaria (TLPAPK)

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Title:                                     Programme Support Officer (s)

Contract Duration:          1 year

Work Location:                 Primarily Dili, but with anticipated travel throughout the country

Report to:                           NZ Police TLPAPK Team Leader

The New Zealand Police are seeking programme support staff to work three (3) to five (5) days a week for a one year contract (based in Dili). These positions are to provide administrative and logistical support for the day to day functioning of the Timor-Leste Community Policing Support Programme (TLPAPK), which works closely with the PNTL.

Days of work will be negotiated on a fortnightly basis. Occasional weekend and evening work may be required.

Salary will be negotiated prior to signing a one year contract.


  • Provide written and language translation services when required.
  • Provide driver services when required in and outside of Dili.
  • Carry out daily administration tasks that support programmatic activities
  • Ensures NZP programme vehicles are fueled, kept clean, and serviced regularly so as to to be at a state of operational readiness.
  • Ensure PAPK office and its equipment is maintained and kept clean to support programme activities.
  • Ensure PAPK office and vehicle supplies are well stocked to support programme activities.
  • Ensure that visitors to the PAPK office are welcomed and provided with refreshments.
  • Work together with The Asia Foundation and PNTL staff to ensure harmonious working relationships, while supporting excellent information flow between New Zealand Police, the Asia Foundation and PNTL.
  • Assist and support the planning arrangements for meetings including disbursement of required documentation, invites, minute taking and support requirements for each meeting.
  • Assist in logistical planning and support to operational activities when directed and required.
  • Complete any other tasks assigned to support the New Zealand Police (PAPK) programme as required.

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