Monday, February 15, 2010

Office of Prosecutor General, Adviser (Central Technology and Communication Services), Deadline February 21, 2010.



Job Title: Adviser, Central Technology and Communication Services
Location: Dili, Baucau, Suai, and Oecussi
Status: Fixed term contract.  One year inclusive of a probationary period of two months.

The Adviser, Central Technology and Communications Services is responsible for the direction and training of National staff to implement the Information Technology services including the set up of the operational platform for the case management system and all network operations. 

A.     Specific Requirements of the Job:
1.      Work with the National Staff of the Central Technology and Communication area to ensure the sustainable implementation of electronic case management systems and effective use of information technology within the Prosecution Service.
2.      Provide effective formal and on the job training to the IT Staff of the Prosecution Service to enable them to undertake the ongoing maintenance and further establishment of IT and Communication Services.
3.      Provide effective training to Prosecution Service staff on the effective and safe use of Information Technology available to the Office of the Prosecutor General.
4.      Document, communicate and train technicians on standards and procedures for the administration and maintenance of systems and networks.
5.      Provide advice to Senior Management on recurrent budget and procurement required to effectively provide and maintain information technology services to the Prosecutor General Service, including the development of depreciation and replacement schedules for Information Technology and Communication assets.
6.      Develop Manuals and other required documentation to guide and support the use of Information Technology within the Office of the Prosecutor General and the Prosecutor General Service.
7.      Provide high level advice to officers within the Prosecutor General Service on best practice and available technology to assist in collecting, storing and utilising data and information and utilising cost effective communication services.
8.      Identify effective training and development opportunities for the staff of the Technology and Communications Service, including job rotation for staff based in Districts and strategies to ensure staff update skills to keep pace with technology.
9.      Develop, implement and monitor appropriate internal controls, policies and procedures to ensure the safe and effective use of available technology with a focus on anti corruption.  Provide reports on compliance to the Prosecutor General or other delegated officers.
10.  Develop sound relationships with staff at the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Infrastructure. 
11.  Undertake any other duties consistent with the above as directed by the Prosecutor General or authorised delegates.

B.     Selection Requirements:
1.      a.     Competence and experience in the management and administration of complex sites with heterogeneous clients and Operating Systems (Linux GNU Debian e Ubuntu, Windows 2003, Windows XP and Windows Vista) and multiple network services such as Web, E-Mail, LDAP, DNS, VoIP and file sharing.
2.      Experience on the design and administration of Linux servers, including instalation, configuration and management of the following services: Samba, OpenLDAP, Postfix, Dovecot, BIND and anti-virus servers based on AmavisClamavis.
3.      Competence and experience in establishing and maintaining network systems, similar to those being established in the Office of the Prosecutor General (100 node Linux local area network running Windows XP and Vista workstations, Wide area network to 4 district offices)
4.      Competence and experience in infra-structure and network systems in general such as VPNs, wireless networks, WiMax, VSAT, etc
5.      Competence and experience in the overall management and operations of an IT Service in a complex, multi site organisation, including maintenance, user training, trouble shooting, problem solving, security and backups
6.      Experience with and commitment to the use of Open Source software.
7.      Fluency in Portuguese and/or Tetun. English considered an advance.
8.      Minimum of 10 years professional experience in the Information Technology field, working across the technical areas detailed above.
9.      Degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Management or related field or equivalent industry based technical qualifications.
A full job description is available by request from  Any questions about the position will also be responded to via email.
Applications including a covering letter outlining fee requested and a cv of experience and qualifications should be emailed to or hand delivered to:

Jacinto Romao
Head of Procurement
Office of the Prosecutor General
Colmera Street, Dili, Timor-leste