Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Cruz Vermelha De Timor-Leste, Project Manager, Deadline February 15, 2010.

ICFJ, Project Coordinator, Deadline February 10, 2010.

UNFPA, HIV/Adolescent Reproductive Health/BCC National Officer, Deadline February 17, 2010.

Terms of Reference

Organization: United Nations Population Fund
Organization Description: United Nations
Job Location: Dili with travels to the District
Type of Contract: Service Contract
Duration: 1 year initially with possibility of renewal, (three months probation period apply)
Closing Date: 17th February 2010                

General Overview of Position

UNFPA Timor-Leste has been providing support to the country since 1999. It is one of the UN Agencies committed and actively supporting the national government focusing on 3 Programs: Reproductive Health, Population and Development and Gender.  The RH program is providing support to the Ministry of Health through the Maternal and Child Health focusing on Safe Motherhood, Family Planning and Emergency Obstetric Care(EMOC). CO also supports BCC strategies of MoH working closely with MCH and Health Promotions Department.  Last year as sub recipient of Global Fund, it supported a local NGO(FTH) actively working on HIV prevention among FSW and MSM in terms of Management and Financial support. Currently UNFPA is supporting the HIV in Prison Project implemented by local NGO. As part of Reproductive Health – Adolescent Reproductive Health is a new endeavor of UNFPA CO. It was launched in late 2007 and activities started in 2008. It is for these three programs that UNFPA Timor Leste seeks an HIV/ARH /BCC National Officer.

Under the overall guidance of the Country  Representative and direct supervision of The Reproductive Health Officer of UNFPA Timor Leste Country Office, the incumbent will work closely with counterparts at the Ministry of Health - Maternal and Child Health Department, HIV Unit of the Communicable Disease Control Department, Health Promotions Department and the Ministry of Education Curriculum Development Directorate.

§         Effectively manage Adolescent Reproductive Health and HIV program component within the umbrella of RH Program. Assists in the development of the Youth Friendly Health Service National Guidelines and ASRH incorporation in the Secondary curriculum in the country.
§         Assists in the development of the Youth Friendly Health Service National Guidelines and ASRH incorporation in the Secondary curriculum in the country.
§         Actively participate  in  relevant thematic groups and meetings particularly the Country Coordination Mechanism Meetings and ARH/Health Education/BCC working group meetings available in the country and provide support to government counterparts in strategic policy discussion.
§         Assists the RH Program Officer in preparation of work plans and reports in areas of HIV/AIDS, ARH and BCC.
§         Work closely with government counterparts to ensure the availability of adequate capacities for an effective multi-sectoral response to HIV/AIDS which includes all key government partners at national, regional and district levels.
§         Support the development of strategic work plans for the attainment of government’s priorities in the areas of HIV/AIDS, ARH and BCC.
§         Assists in strengthen the monitoring system available in the Ministry of Health/Ministry of Education for periodically assessing the impact of interventions such as community dialogue and Focus group discussions.
§         Support the RH Program Officer in the management of performance indicators, routine administration, coaching of National ARH/HIV/BCC staff in MoH and help in identification of new strategic policy directions for ARH,HIV/AIDS and BCC as necessary.
§         Focal point in fostering linkages with other RH Programs like BCC, Safe Motherhood and Family Planning and other UNFPA Programs like Population and Development and Gender.


1.      University Degree in Social Science, Nursing or Medical Doctor
2.      Masters Degree will be an advantage
1.       Commitment, drive for results, embracing diversity, integrity and team work,
2.      Analytical and conceptual thinking, communication skills and technical Knowledge,
3.      Good team player with leading vision and change with ability to work independently,
4.      Excellent organization skills.
5.      Ability and willingness to travel to the districts in Timor Leste
6.      Understanding of how UNFPA work is an advantage.
7.      Ability to plan, coordinate and manage multiple activities
8.      Good interpersonal skills to ensure effective working relationship with partners and colleagues.
9.      Sensitivity to partner's needs and expectations and maintain open communications.
10.  Innovative, able to take risks and able to participate in change to keep program/operations working.
11.  Practical solution oriented.
12.  Demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural environment and establish harmonious and effective working relationships, both within and outside the organization particularly with leading government agencies like the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education and other UN Agencies.
LANGUAGECandidate must be fluent in oral and written English.

This post is open for Timorese National only

Candidates should submit a Cover Letter, Recent Curriculum Vitae and P11 form in a sealed envelope marking “Confidential” and mentioned the post being applied at the top of the envelope, by 17th February 2010 at the latest to the following address:

UN House,
Caicoli Street,
Dili, Timor-Leste
or email to: jsoares@unfpa.org

Note : May get the P11 form at the security house at the back gate of Obrigado Barracks compound (opposite Palacio da Cinzas) or get the soft copy by sending an email to the above email address.

Peace Dividend Trust Timor-Leste, Marketing Associate (Re-advertise).

Marketing Associate
Job Description
Dili, Timor-Leste

9 months, with a 3-month probationary period and potential for renewal

Peace Dividend Trust fosters and implements innovations in peace and humanitarian operations. We are a non-profit foundation dedicated to making aid missions more efficient, effective and equitable, delivering a stronger peace and a larger peace dividend.
Only a small fraction of contracts for goods and services in Timor-Leste are awarded to local companies. International organizations active in Timor-Leste source most goods and services abroad, or through large international companies operating in Timor-Leste. With an innovative approach, PDT is working together with local businesses, associations and international buyers located in Timor-Leste to increase local procurement in order to benefit the local private sector and economy.

Responsibilities and Duties
·         Develop a communications strategy/marketing plan that increases the visibility of Peace Dividend Trust and the Timor-Leste Marketplace project to two key stakeholder groups: international buyers and local vendors.
·         Direct research on market-related topics including key sectors and sub-sectors in Timor-Leste, procurement procedures of international buyers, and other relevant business development topics.
·         Manage advertising, the “Buy Local” promotional campaign, and events such as vendor fairs and conferences.
·         Develop innovative ways to promote local procurement through social media.
·         Oversee corporate messaging, including talking points, written materials, and success stories.
·         Represent PDT among the international buyer community and at other key events as required.
·         Perform other duties as assigned by the Country Director.

Reporting Lines
Reports to the Country Director and coordinates with key staff as required.

            • Fluency in English and Tetun is required. Experience in translation would be an asset.

            • Minimum of 3 years work experience.
            • University degree in a relevant field. Master’s degree preferred.
            • Experience working with small and medium enterprises in Timor-Leste.
            • Experience in marketing, particularly in the use of social media.
            • Excellent communication skills (written and oral) as well as networking skills.
            • Demonstrable experience in the organization of large scale events such as conferences and trade fairs.

Application Process
Interested candidates are invited to send a CV and brief cover letter by email to timor-leste@pdtglobal.org or directly to PDT’s office in Estrada Balide, Dili, Timor-Leste.
The position will remain open until filled.
Peace Dividend Trust would like to thank all candidates for their application, however only those short-listed will be contacted for further processing.

Tetum Version

Gerente ba Asuntus Merkadoria
Deskripsaun servisu nian
Fatin servisu
Dili, Timor-Leste

Fulan 9, ho probasaun de servisu ba periodu fulan 3 nia laran no iha potensia atu renova fila fali kontratu.

Peace Dividend Trust hatudu no implemeta inovasaun iha parte operasaun humanitariu ba dame nian. Ami nia organizasaun ne’e hanesan fundasaun non-profit nebe dedika ba ajudus misaun hotu atu efisiente, efektivu, ekuilibre no fo dame nebe forte nomos hetan beneficio dame nian.
Iha factus katak kontratu ki’ik kona ba sasan ou servisu balun mak manan hosi kompanha lokal sira. Organizasaun Internasional nebe activu iha Timor-Leste sosa sasan barak liu dereitamente husi rai liur, nomos liu husi kompanha bo’ot estrangeirus nebe operasiona iha Timor-Leste. Liu husi aprosimasaun inovativu, PDT servisu ho kompanha lokal sira, assosiasaun no sosanain internasional iha Timor-Leste atu hasae prokuramentu lokal nebe sei fo benefisiu ba seitor privadu no ekonomia.

Servisu no responsabilidades
  • Dezenvolve planu stratejia komunikasaun/merkaduria ida nebe aumenta visibilidade Peace Dividend Trust nian no projetu Timor-Leste Marketplace ba ba grupus importante rua mak hanesan; sosa nain internasional no vendedores lokal
  • Buka topikus nebe dereitamente iha relasaun ho merkaduria inklui seitor importante no sub-seitor sira iha Timor Leste, prosedur prokuramentu sosa nain internasional sira, no topiku seluk kona ba bisnis nebe relevante ba dezenvolvimentu seitor privado.
  • Meneja advertising, ba promusaun kampanha “Buy Local”, no eventus sira hanesan feira ba vendedores no konferensia sira.
  • Dezenvolve dalan inovativu oinsa promove prokuramentu lokal liu husi media sosial.
  • Toma konta mensajen kolaborasaun, inklui pontus kualia nian, hakerek materia no historia sucsesu nian.
  • Representa entre PDT no sosanain komunidade internasional sira ba eventus importante nebe premite.
  •  Halao servisu seluk nebe delega husi Country Director.

Linha Reportajen
Relata deretamente ba Country Director no halo kordenasaun ba staff importante sira nebe delega.

  • Hatene diak kualia lian Ingles no Tetun. Experiensia halo tradusaun nebe sei sai hanesan aset.
  • Minimum iha esperiensia servisu tinan 3.
  • Graduado Universidade nebe relevante. Master’s degree diak liu.
  • Experiensia servisu ho companha bo’ot ka medium iha Timor-Leste.
  • Experiensia iha marketing, partikularmente hatene uja ou halo koneksaun ho media social ou publiko.
  • Skill komunikasaun nebe diak tebes skill (hakerek no kualia) hanesan mos skil ligasaun/networking.
  • Hatudu esperiensia organiza eventus nebe skala bo’ot hanesan konferensia no feiras.

Prosesu aplikasaun
Konvida kandidatu sira nebe interese atu haruka CV ho karta/cover letter ba email timor-leste@pdtglobal.org ou direita ba edifisiu PDT nian iha Estrada Balide, Dili, Timor-Leste.
Posisaun ne’e sei loke to’o hetan kandidatu atu servisu
Peace Dividend Trust hato’o obrigadu ba aplikantes sira, maibe sira nebe mak tama shot list mak sei kontaktu atu tama ba prosesu tuir mai.

Educatin Development Center (EDC), 2 Positions, Deadline February 10, 2010.

Education Development Center Inc. (EDC), a US-based, non-profit education research and development organization, is implementing the USAID Prepara Ami ba Servisu (PAS) program in Timor Leste. This program works in partnership with local organizations to provide young, minimally-educated rural men and women with a high-quality, high-impact Workforce Development training and livelihoods support to increase employability, productivity and earnings capacity of rural youth.

We are currently seeking qualified, committed and persons to join our team:
1.       Administration and Facilities Coordinator
·         Ensure smooth operation and administration of Facilities, Fleet, Logistics, IT and Information  management systems
·          Ensure internal operations are fully compliance with USAID regulations and EDC internal policy.
·         Support high productivity and  team members have the equipment, materials and logistics support necessary to accomplish project objectives
·         Effectively coordinate administrative, contractual and operational aspects of facilities and fleet
·         Handle travel arrangements, visas and temporary accommodation and facilitate smooth on-boarding of new staff
·         Manage IT services and provide solutions to maintain 24/7 connectivity
·         Manage security services, staff movement board and serve as security focal point
·         Line manage, train, support and build the capacity of  5-7 operations support staff (drivers, caretakers, receptionist, operations assistant)

Supervisory level experience in Operations,  Office Management and Program Support required.  Experience and understanding of Organizational Development, HRM/HRD and ability to translate English-Tetun a plus.

The successful candidate should have 3-5 years relevant experience, high personal integrity, the ability to relevant references.  Attractive remuneration and opportunities for career growth await the right candidate.

2.      Sub-Grants Officer
Under the direction of the Sub-Grants Manager, work closely with Regional Program Manager and Monitoring and Evaluation sections to support  cross-section communication and synchronization of administrative, financial and contractual elements of the sub-grant program
Provide effective support, training and technical guidance to a local partners to increase capacities in financial management, accountability, compliance and transparency in both Dili and on-site locations (district travel up to 40% of time)
Ensure all aspects of sub-grant management are fully consistent with USAID compliance regulations, terms of sub-grant agreement and EDC policies and procedures.
·         Provide timely and attentive review and monitoring of the monthly financial reports, ensuring detailed review  of receipts, vouchers, cash forecast and liquidation.  Undertake compliance visits to district vendors as directed by the Sub-Grant Manager
·         Ensure complete and acceptable liquidation of fund advances prior to payment of further advances per obligation and incremental funding provisions of sub-grant agreements
·         Generate regular monthly report to Sub Grant Manager:  1) sub-grantee compliance with essential terms, specifically submission of timely and accurate financial and narrative reports; and 2) monitor sub-grant spending against cost centers and overall budget and obligated fund balance
 The successful candidate should have at least 2-3 years relevant experience from reputable organization. Familiar with USAID and/or EU regulations is a distinct advantage.  Strong financial and math skills, precision and attention to detail, diplomacy, and unquestionable personal integrity and strong references are required.  Ability to translate English-Tetum highly desired.  Attractive remuneration and opportunities for career growth await the right candidate.

All applicants should submit a CV highlighting relevant work experience and three references with phone numbers and/or email addresses included. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.  All applications are due by February 10, 2010 but will remain open until position is filled.  Applications should be sent to PAS@edc.org. Please do not do not submit documents over 1 MB, as these will auto-delete and will not be received.

Australian Embassy, Immigration Assistant, Deadline February 16, 2010.