Jobs

Job vacancies in World Vision Timor-Leste are advertised on this site. Currently, there are four (4) position vacant in Dili and Bobonaro.

1. Project Manager
Work purpose - Purpose of Position
- World Vision, a non-profit Christian Humanitarian Organization, committed to working with the poor and vulnerable, is seeking a qualified national or international staff for a five year USAID Health Activity cooperative agreement focused on supporting the Ministry of Health to enhance the capacity of health personnel to deliver services in Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH) and Family Planning (FP). The size of the cooperative agreement will be $8-$8.5 million and project activities will be focused in Dili and one other district to be named. Employment will be contingent upon World Vision being awarded the cooperative agreement. It is expected that the cooperative agreement will be awarded on or about September 2015 with project activities expected to commence on or about November 2015. The successful applicant for Project Manager will be required to sign a letter of commitment to World Vision prior to the cooperative agreement being awarded.
Project Manager is responsible for leading and managing the overall project. Illustrative tasks include the strategic planning process for the project, development of M&E strategy and reporting system,close coordination with USAID and program partners including relevant members of the MOH, donor community, civil society. The Project Manager will work closely with district and national MOH officials
and representatives.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience Required:

  • Must have at least 8 years of developing country experience in the health sector, human resources development and/or institutional strengthening and reform.
  • At least a Master’s degree (or equivalent) in a related field
  • Prior extensive project implementation experience is strongly preferred.
  • A wide range of technical expertise, professional competence and relevant academic background in human capacity building in the health sector, particularly MNCH and FP.
  • Outstanding patience, understanding, active listening skills, flexibility and humility.
  • Excellent teamwork, interpersonal and cross-cultural skills.
  • The ability to provide effective management guidance and oversight to all project team members.
  • The ability to effectively liaise with international donors, NGOs, and civil society working in similar project areas.

  
2. Family Planning Expert:
Work purpose
- World Vision Timor-Leste, a non-profit Christian Humanitarian Organization, committed to working with the poor and vulnerable, is seeking a qualified national or international staff for a five-year USAID Health cooperative agreement focused on supporting the Ministry of Health to enhance the capacity of health personnel to deliver services in Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH) and Family Planning (FP). The size of the cooperative agreement will be $8-$8.5 million and project activities will be focused in Dili and one other district to be named. Employment will be contingent upon World Vision being awarded the cooperative agreement. It is expected that the cooperative agreement will be awarded on or about September 2015 with project activities expected to commence on or about November 2015. The successful applicant for Project Manager will be required to sign a letter of commitment to World Vision prior to the cooperative agreement being awarded. The family planning expert is responsible for overseeing the capacity building of local government health workers in the Ministry of Health and INS for family planning through teaching, mentoring and coaching.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience Required

  • At least Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent) in a field related to health
  • Proven record of the skills and experience required to strengthen local capacity in FP skills, including teaching, mentoring and coaching.
  • At least five years professional experience preferably in a developing country.
  • Experience in team building including fostering collaborative partnerships and linkages with stakeholder groups, particularly the MOH and INS.
  • At least five years professional experience preferably in a developing country.
  • Fluency in Tetun and Portuguese highly preferred
  • Excellent teamwork, interpersonal and cross-cultural skills.
  • Proven ability to provide effective guidance and oversight to technical members, short term technical consultants and consortium partners.
  • Outstanding patience, understanding, active listening skills, flexibility and humility
  • Excellent leadership skills  


3. Maternal Newborm and Child Helath and Nutrition Expert

Work Purpose -
World Vision Timor-Leste, a non-profit Christian Humanitarian Organization, committed to working with the poor and vulnerable is seeking a qualified national or international staff to fill the position of MNCH Expert for a five-year USAID Health Activity cooperative agreement focused on supporting the Ministry of Health to enhance the capacity of health personnel to deliver services in Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH) and Family Planning (FP). The size of the cooperative agreement will be $8-$8.5 million and project activities will be focused in Dili and one other district to be named. Employment will be contingent upon World Vision being awarded the cooperative agreement. It is expected that the cooperative agreement will be awarded on or about September 2015 with project activities expected to commence on or about November 2015. The successful applicant for MNCH Expert will be required to sign a letter of commitment to World Vision prior to the cooperative agreement being awarded. The MNCH expert is responsible for overseeing the capacity building of local government health workers in the Ministry of Health and INS for MNCH through teaching, mentoring and coaching.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience Required

  • At least Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent) in a field related to health
  • At least five years professional experience preferably in a developing country.
  • Proven experience in teaching, mentoring, coaching and other essential skills required to strengthen local capacity in MNCH.
  • Experience in team building including fostering collaborative partnerships and linkages with stakeholder groups, particularly the MOH and INS.
  • At least five years professional experience preferably in a developing country
  • Fluency in Tetun and Portuguese highly preferred
  • Excellent teamwork, interpersonal and cross-cultural skills.
  • Outstanding patience, understanding, active listening skills, flexibility and humility
  • Strong leadership skills

Deadline for applications: 19 June 2015 on 17.00 afternoon.

Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator,  Bobonaro (1 Position)

Purpose of position

To ensure that the projects in an Area Program are monitored, evaluated, and reported according to World Vision standards.

Major Responsibilities

  • Develop and revise indicators for all projects in your Area Program in consultation with the Project Coordinators and DM&E Manager at National Office.
  • Develop monitoring and evaluation plans, systems, procedures and tools for project staff to monitor and record project progress.
  • Lead the utilization of monitoring and evaluation information, secondary data from government and other development agencies for reflection and re-design for the target community and project staff.
  • Manage baseline survey processes and project evaluations in consultation with Project Coordinators and Facilitators.
  • Ensure regular data collection for monitoring purpose is in place according to M&E plan and each project is supported with appropriate data collection forms.
  • Support the reporting process to ensure it is on time and meets World Vision standards.
  • Take and store photographs of project activities and achievements. Liaise with the Communication Officer about making these resources available.
  • Based on project reports, prepare project information and articles as required by the media and donors in consultation with the Communication Officer.
  • Work collaboratively with Project Coordinators and Facilitators to share M&E knowledge and to continuously improve M&E processes and outcomes.
  • Collaborate with DM&E and Communications staff in other WVTL offices.
  • Undertake other tasks requested by the Area Manager.

Required knowledge, skills and abilities

  • University degree in mathematics, statistics or development areas.
  • Research and administrative experiences.
  • Demonstrated ability to work  in and contribute toa team.
  • English language skills (can read and understand English).
  • Good presentation and communications skills for a number of different audiences.
  • Computer literacy, including statistical and database computer programs such as SPSS, EPI Info and MS Access.
  • Possesses the values and attitudes that conform to World Vision core values.

For more information, or to send a CV and job application:
World Vision Timor Leste
Av. Dos Direitos Humanos Estrada de Bidau
Bidau Mota Klaran, Dili, or
branch office in Bobonaro.
P.O. Box 43, Dili - Timor Leste.

Deadline for applications: 24 June 2015 on 17.00 afternoon.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted

For general job-related queries, please contact:

Fabiola de Jesus Santos
P&C Senior Business Partner
People & Culture Department
World Vision PTL - Timor Leste
Email: fabiola_de_jesus_dos_santos@wvi.org
Skype: fabiola.jesus.santos
Mobile: +670 7708 8646.