segunda-feira, maio 19, 2008

Centro de Estudos em Administração e Políticas Públicas

Assinatura de Protocolo com CEAP - 24 de Maio de 2007
No dia 24 de Maio, foi assinado o protocolo entre o ISGB associado do IFB e o Centro de Estudos Aplicados em Administração e Políticas Públicas ( CEAP). O presente protocolo tem como objecto regular as relações de colaboração entre os outorgantes no âmbito da execução de acções de formação profissional especializada em domínios de interesse para os Recursos Humanos da Administração Pública. O protocolo foi assinado pelos representantes das respectivas instituições envolvidas: Senhor Dr. Luís Vilhena da Cunha, representando o ISGB e o Instituto de Formação Bancária e o Senhor Dr. Fernando Manuel Fernandes Alves, representando o CEAP.

quinta-feira, maio 15, 2008

Abertas candidaturas à TEN-T Redes Trans-europeias

A Comissão Europeia convida organismos públicos, ou organismos privados com o acordo do Estado, a apresentar de candidaturas para financiamento de projectos de interesse geral no âmbito das Redes Transeuropeias de Transportes ao abrigo do programa anual de 2008.

As candidaturas têm de ser entregues até 20-Junho-2008

"3.7.2 Public Private Partnerships (PPPs)
In order to attract more private funding for the deployment of strategic transport infrastructure
projects, the TEN-T programme will foster actions aimed at promoting private sector
involvement in the development and financing of TEN transport projects, in particular those
which benefit from financial support of the Commission.

In 2008, this support will target actions on PPP including: networking, benchmarking and dissemination of good practices, establishment of a dedicated databases, provision of support and advice to project promoters and or Administrations and provision of expertise to the appraisal of applications submitted for TEN funding.

With a view to increase and share public sector expertise in the Public Private Partnership sector, the Commission will seek adequate partners, both in terms of know-how and cofinancing, for the joint development of the promotional actions.

Results expected:
The development of horizontal actions aimed at fostering the role of public private
is expected to increase the rate of deployment of the TEN-T infrastructure.
In particular, the close cooperation foreseen with the European Investment Bank will support
better the activities of public and private promoters, providing advice on risk and investment as well as on precautionary measures and risk management tools.

The call for proposals 2008, aiming inter alia at optimizing the use of infrastructure,
enhancing safety, security and quality of services, also promotes the achievement of important
transport policy objectives and the implementation of corresponding legislation.

Overall, the implementation of the work programme is expected to give an important impetus
to the further preparation and implementation of the major priority projects and priority areas of the trans-European transport network, thus to help reaching important milestones on the way towards the completion of this network as approved by the European

Parliament and the Council (target completion date 2020).
For this purpose, Community funding on the basis of the work programme should help to mobilize as much public and private financing as needed to meet the challenging time tables.

sábado, maio 10, 2008

Especialista de contratação pública para Moçambique

Date Posted: 08 May 2008
Organization: Emerging Markets Group
Country/Region: Mozambique
Contact Information : Email:
Please reference the "Recruiting Center at" when you apply by email.
Apply By: 07 Jun 2008

Job Level: Senior-Level Procurement Specialist
Emerging Markets Group (EMG) is part of The CARDNO Group, a global multidisciplinary professional services organization that improves physical and social infrastructure which underpins communities around the world. Integration into Cardno aligns EMG’s mission of applying business expertise to promote social and economic development to create better futures. With nearly 25 years of development consulting experience in financial, private and public sector development, agribusiness, healthcare, utilities and tourism, EMG joins Cardno to manage nearly $500 million in technical assistance projects with donor clients such as USAID, DFID, EuropeAID, AusAID, The Global Fund, MCC, Asian Development Bank and the World Bank. As part of Cardno, EMG has expanded physical and social infrastructure capabilities with access to nearly 2,500 international staff who have lived or worked in over 100 countries and speak more than 40 languages. EMG is currently seeking an experienced Procurement Specialist for a existing contract with MCA-Mozambique. The Procurement Specialist will assist the Procurement Agent Manager in the procurement of a broad range of goods, works and services that are requested by MCA- Mozambique. The Procurement Specialist will specifically assist in managing and administering the purchase of goods, works and services; planning, scheduling, and prioritizing procurement functions; establishing procurement rules, procedures, and requirements into a procurement operational manual; developing solicitation documents and coordinating contract administration; and developing procurement plans and procurement implementation plans. The Procurement Specialist will also provide reports and information as required to MCA-Mozambique and MCC; ensure all procurement related approvals are met; and assist in the resolution of bid challenges.
Qualifications: University degree in Business Management, Finance, Accounting or Public Administration; Minimum of 8 years of experience as a procurement professional; Previous procurement experience in Africa, preferably Southern Africa; Excellent oral and written skills in English and Portuguese; Experience with MCC, World Bank, USAID or other donor agencies desired.
Instructions: If interested and qualified for this position, please send your CV today to , indicating “PS - Mozambique” in the subject line of your email for prompt consideration.
Program Manager II- IDP Return, Recovery & Reintegration Coordinator - I 08 067
Date Posted: 08 May 2008
Organization: Catholic Relief Services (CRS)
Country/Region: Timor
Apply By: 07 Jul 2008
Please reference the "Recruiting Center at" when you apply by email.

Job Level: Mid-Level Req. No.: I 08 067
Job Summary: Provide strategic direction, oversight and leadership to a team of national staff to manage CRS’ IDP Return, Recovery & Reintegration (RRR) program. Lead program coordination efforts with Government of East Timor, UNOCHA, and other (I)NGOs engaged in RRR. Serve as member of Senior Management Team. Hold overall responsibility for maintaining strict compliance to donor rules and regulations. Support CRS efforts to build capacity of local Church partners in their own efforts to promote RRR. Background On April 28, 2006 demonstrations in the capital of Dili turned violent. A series of events over the weekend followed by rampant rumors during the week led to a mass exodus from Dili, with an estimated 80% of the city population living somewhere outside their home. While the situation was expected to resolve itself quickly, displaced persons remain in camps in the urban areas of Dili and Baucau or with host communities in the districts due either to this insecurity and a fear that they will not be accepted back into their communities, or a lack of shelter due to the destruction of houses. As of April 2008, two years after the initial crisis, there are more than 50 make-shift IDP sites in existence in Dili and Baucau housing approximately 35,000 to 45,000 IDPs. Additional families remain displaced in the rural areas with extended family. CRS began responding to the emergency at the outset and has been involved in providing basic non-food items to the displaced, provision of support for camp management in urban areas, and the promotion of peace and reconciliation activities.
Currently, CRS is implementing an OFDA funded project which: 1. supports sixteen camps in Dili and Baucau (housing approximately 8,000 IDPs), to ensure IDPs are living in safety and dignity
2. provides health/hygiene materials to CRS, IOM and Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) camps/transitional shelter sites
3. supports community reconciliation and reintegration efforts within the Comoro area of Dili The Government of East Timor launched its National Recovery Strategy (NRS) in early January 2008. This strategy aims to address the range of issues, including: social, physical, legal, economic, security and political that combine to create obstacles to the resettlement of those who have been displaced. The government’s Ministry of Social Solidarity (MSS) is the lead ministry tasked with the NRS implementation. The IDP Return, Recovery & Reintegration Project Manager will actively coordinate with the MSS to support the MSS’ efforts to promote IDP Return, Recovery and Reintegration.
Job Responsibilities: Return, Recovery & Reintegration
1. Take the lead in developing follow-on proposals to assist IDP return, recovery, and reintegration.
2. Strengthen the coordination mechanisms and institutional capacity for the preparation, implementation and concrete follow-up of community dialogue in line with guidelines developed for the MSS. 3. Post-IDP return protection monitoring: design monitoring plans to ensure the safe return of IDPs to their homes of origin or other locations of their choice.
Ongoing Camp Management / Dialogues
1. Manage OFDA grant, oversee budget and carry out monthly expenditure analysis, prepare reports/grant amendments.
2. Provide support to 6 camps in Dili and 7 camps in Baucau, leading a team of 15 Timorese field staff, supervising 3 Team Leaders.
3. Develop monitoring check list for field staff, in order to track activities and necessary follow up for SLS, Health and Reintegration programs.
4. Liaise with camp management and partners, government representatives, UN agencies, and national and international NGOs to ensure that basic living conditions, health and safety standards within camps are met and in compliance with CRS mandate with the government of Timor Leste.
5. Develop and implement response to new IDP movements in Dili and Baucau Region as necessary, in coordination with appropriate local and central level government representatives. 6. Develop and implement plans for peacebuilding and reconciliation between IDPs and their previous communities of residence in the Comoro area of Dili, in coordination with all stakeholders including national and international security forces.
7. Liaise with government ministries, UN agencies, and national and international NGO partners involved in IDP response to develop long term, durable solutions for IDPs.
8. Participate in the development of cohesive, proposed assistance and/or policy for IDP return/reintegration.
9. Ensure project compliance with Sphere Minimum Standards in Disaster Response.
10. Identify bottlenecks and gaps in IDP assistance and/or policies in Dili and Baucau, undertaking advocacy with the appropriate national and international stakeholders.
11. Monitor, direct and advocate for emergency and non-emergency support to both the vulnerable and 2007 IDP communities in Region 1 (Baucau, Viqueque and Lautem Districts) as needed, coordinating efforts with district and central level government representatives, appropriate NGOs and security forces.
Program Quality/Management
1. Ensure support for project design and proposal writing. This will include working closely with partners and communities to do participatory needs assessment, project design and proposal writing.
2. Support partner program staff in the planning of project activities and the establishment of high quality performance targets, ensuring adherence to technical standards, best practices and donor guidelines.
3. Assist partner program staff to use appropriate project management tools to plan, review and track progress on project implementation as well as on the utilization of project resources.
4. Work alongside partner staff to build their capacity in program planning and design; program management; monitoring and evaluation
Coordination and Communication
1. Ensure transparent coordination mechanisms and regular information-sharing between partners and CRS
2. Coordinate efforts with other humanitarian partners and represent CRS in coordination meetings and sector working groups.
3. Coordinate visits of CRS, donors, partners, etc. 4. Support and guide the development of documents, good practices and other learning materials to ensure visibility of CRS and partner work 5. Maintain communication with regional technical advisors, deputy regional directors and headquarters staff as appropriate.
1. Weekly/bi-weekly + field reports/status in additional to monthly and final project reports.
2. Contributes to the development of any new proposals and to emergency response programming as required. 3. CRS contribution to national level policy on community reintegration, IDP returns and humanitarian response. Supervisory Responsibilities: Direct reports – La’o ba Oin Training Team Leader, La’o ba Oin Community Organizer, Site Liaison Support (SLS) Team Leader and SLS Health Team Leader. . Key Working Relationships: Internal: CRS Country Representative, CRS Head of Programming, CRS country program staff, CRS Deputy Regional Director for Program Quality, SEAPRO Emergency RTA. External: Host country government ministries, USAID, local/international NGO offices, UN agencies, and local Church partners.
Qualifications: 1. Masters degree in international development or related field.
2. Four to five years experience in USG grant management, including finance management.
3. Three years experience in organizing and managing IDP collective centers.
4. Working English, knowledge of Tetum, Bahasa Indonesian or Portuguese a plus.
5. Good communication and coordination skills (will be working closely with religious orders and Diocesan partners).
6. Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal and networking skills required.
7. Demonstrated experience with participatory approaches to development, including capacity building of local institutions.
8. Ability to represent the Agency in high-level meetings with donors, local Church and local government.
To apply for this position please visit the Catholic Relief Services website at Regrettably, email submissions can not be accepted.

Procura-se administrador hospitalar para Moçambique

Date Posted: 21 Apr 2008
Organization: KPMG Mozambique
Country/Region: Mozambique
Apply By: 21 May 2008
Contact Information :
Please reference the "Recruiting Center at" when you apply by email.

Cargo: Administrador Hospitalar
VACANCY FOR A HOSPITAL MANAGER IN MOZAMBIQUE KPMG Mozambique is looking for a Hospital Manager to be part of their team in an intersectorial Health Program in Pemba (CaboDelgado Province in Mozambique).
Dates of intervention: between 18 and 20 months, depending on the date of commencement finishing at 31December 2009.
Location: Pemba Provincial Hospital. Traveling to the Rural Provincial Hospitals will be indispensable.
Qualifications: Honors in Hospital Management or Medical Science or Masters in Public Health or Health Economy. Professional Experience: Minimum of 5 years experience in Financial and Administrative Management in a Hospital premises. Previous experience in Mozambique will be at an asset. Expected Profile: Accepted competence in Hospital Management. Good communication skills within different staff categories (Doctors, Nurses, administrative staff, etc.). Developed senses on Human relations. Transfer of capacity to the beneficiaries of the Program. Good understanding of the social and economic conditions of the Hospital systems. Fluent speaking and writing in Portuguese Language. Previous experience in Hospital Management in Mozambique will be advantageous.
Contacts: The terms of reference can be obtained at and the applications can be sent to the following email address: until the 21st of May 2008.

Procura-se Director World Vision para Moçambique

National Director - WV Mozambique
Date Posted: 21 Apr 2008
Organization: World Vision International, a Christian relief group
Country/Region: Mozambique
Apply By: 12 May 2008
Job Level: Executive-Level

Functions: To lead, direct, develop, and manage the implementation of all aspects of World Vision's ministry while realizing the organizational vision, mission and core values. In this regard, to: Achieve, within reasonable interpretation, of the organizational result, beneficiaries, and costs of those results described in the Ends policy of the WV-Moz Advisory Council; currently under development. Avoid, within reasonable interpretation, of the unacceptable conditions and actions described in the Advisory Council’s Executive Limitations policies; currently under development. Ensure that WV’s holistic ministry is child focused and is of the highest standard of quality, accountability, and cost effectiveness according to the relevant policies, protocols and standards of World Vision International. Effectively represent World Vision to all donors, project partners, other international World Vision offices, foreign and local government representatives, churches and other non-governmental organisations.

Qualifications required: Bachelor’s Degree (master’s in related field desired) Technical Training qualifications required: Significant leadership and management experience in handling complex humanitarian emergencies and country/national multi-sectoral projects is required. Mgt Experience: 8-10 years of experience in leadership/management field (3-5 of which should be in an international organization). Management experience of an organization with over 500 national and international staff preferred.
Language Proficiency: Proficient in English Language and Portuguese. If not already proficient in Portuguese must be willing to undergo an intensive 4-6 weeks of Portuguese course prior to taking position in country. Other: Technological literacy: Knowledge of computers, email, Internet and current office software is strongly preferred.
Evident vision and passion for the poor (particularly the vulnerability of children subjected to poverty), with a good understanding of the culture, history and social context of the country. Demonstrated commitment to ethos, Vision Statement, Core Values and Mission Statement of World Vision International.

Work location: Maputo Office-based with frequent travel to the field (and internationally) Travel: 30% Domestic/international travel may be required. On call: After normal working hours in cases of emergency or high-level visitor delegations.
As a child focused organization, World Vision is committed to the protection of children and does not employ staff whose background is not suitable for working with children. All employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks, including criminal record checks where possible.