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PPPs, development financing in Lusophone Countries
Autora: Mariana ABRANTES de Sousa
sexta-feira, dezembro 24, 2010
UNDP , IDSS e SKM recrutam para Timor Leste
Economics Specialist (MDGS) Mid-level
Apply By: 31 December 2010
Location :Dili, Timor Leste
Dili, Timor Leste
Organization: IDSS Pty Ltd
Long-term consulting assignment
03 January 2011
The Timor-Leste Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Program (RWSSP), known by the Tetum acronym BESIK, is funded by the Government of Australia through AusAID. BESIK provides assistance to the Government and civil society organisations of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste for the development of rural water supply, sanitation and hygiene (RWASH) sector. The Managing Contractor for BESIK is IDSS, in partnership with GHD.
We are currently seeking a Sanitation Advisor to undertake a long term assignment based in Dili, Timor-Leste. The position will provide support and advice for the overall coordination and implementation of sanitation interventions and collaboration among key stakeholders.
The Sanitation Advisor will require the following skills and experience:
· An advanced degree in a relevant field; eg. Public Health, Civil or Public Health Engineering, Health Promotion, Environmental Health;
· Experience working in the RWASH sector, with total sanitation programs and behaviour change communication initiatives such as CLTS and sanitation marketing;
· Experience working with Government Administration; Experience working with and providing support to a national counterpart(s);
· Experience in sanitation or public health programs. Experience of mainstreaming gender and working with disability is an advantage
· Experience with supporting policy development, developing guidelines and reference materials;
· Experience in networking and maintaining relationships across a range of stakeholders and of varying skill levels;
· Demonstrated experience of working effectively with a team of international consultants; and
· Excellent communication skills in a cross-cultural environment.
· Advanced experience designing implementing scaled-up total sanitation programs
· Experience in policy and planning and an understanding of budget and revenue systems in developing nations;
· Proficiency in language other than English – particularly Tetun, Portuguese, Bahasa Indonesia;
· Work experience in East Timor;
· Experience working and delivering results in an AusAID-funded project.
To apply for the position please address the required selection criteria and a current CV via our website:www.idss.com.au/employment. By
3rd January 2011.
ICT Network Specialist - TIMOR LESTE
Sinclair Knight Merz
Apply By: 30 December 2010
Sinclair Knight Merz
Long-term consulting assignment
30 December 2010
Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM) is market leader in providing international development services in a broad range of sectors, including education, health, water/sanitation, environment, governance, infrastructure, transport and agriculture. Adding value through delivering excellent project outcomes is a core value at SKM. Our clients value our competence and our commitment to their vision.
The Government of Timor-Leste, the Transport and Communication Sector under the Ministry of Infrastructure (MoI) through National Connectivity Project (NCP) is in the process of providing a national data communications platform to provide a converged network of data services to all district capitals based on the implementation of a national data communication backbone of VSAT connectivity, with WiMAX providing the metropolitan area network (MAN) services, and last mile connectivity for government departments and government institutions.
In line with this, SKM is seeking now for an ICT Network Engineers Specialist
Duties and responsibilities for this position include:
installing, maintaining, trouble shooting for almost any ICT-related problem that arises and supporting computer communication networks within a government organisation or between organisations.
ensure the smooth operation of communication networks in order to provide maximum performance and availability for their users (staff, clients, other government institution, etc.).
work internally as part of an organisation’s DNICT support team or externally as part of an IT networking consultancy to other government institution.
Bachelor’s degree in computer science or information systems is preferred.
Requires 5+ years network engineering experience.
Thorough understanding of networking including routing, physical network layers, load balancing algorithms and protocols.
Must exhibit a fanatical customer service attitude.
Strong analytical abilities and professional office experience needed.
Strong attention to detail and problem solving skills.
Good communication and interpersonal skills.
Experience with multiple traffic management and load balancing.
Creative thinking and ability to ‘think outside the box’ is essential.