Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Plan, Sponsorship Systems Operators (2 Post), Deadline November 27, 2009.

Plan Timor-Leste

In support of its current growth and plans to start Sponsorship activities in 2010, Plan Timor-Leste wishes to recruit two (2) Sponsorship Systems Operators.

Plan is an international NGO that works in over 45 countries to achieve lasting improvements in the quality of life of children, young people and families. It has been working in Timor-Leste since 2001.

Reporting to the Sponsorship Manager (and working with both Country Office and field-based staff), the Sponsorship Systems Operators will be responsible for entering and maintaining sponsorship communications and caseload data in Plan’s corporate sponsorship systems; managing sponsorship communication services; and responding to inquiries from Sponsors.   

The positions are Dili based but may require some visits to the districts.

The successful candidates will have:
  • At least 2 years experience in data entry
  • The ability to communicate professionally in a manner that inspires confidence
  • A commitment to customer service
  • The ability to work independently to meet tight deadlines and ensure accuracy of data entry
  • Very good writing and communication skills, including at least Intermediate level English
  • A University degree in Computer Science or Software Engineering is highly desirable  

Copies of the job description can be obtained via email from or from Plan Timor-Leste, Rua Pantai Kelapa, Dili, Timor-Leste. Applications need to be in writing, with a covering letter and a current CV, both in English, and should be submitted by email or hand, not later than 27 November 2009. Any questions can be directed to the above email address or phone (+670) 331 2492.

This position is open to residents of Timor-Leste. Plan is committed to gender equity, and suitably qualified female candidates are especially encouraged to apply. 

Plan takes active measures in recruitment and employment practices to ensure children are protected. The successful applicant will be expected to comply with Plan’s “Say No to Child Abuse” policy.

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for an interview.