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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 16 мар 2013, 14:11

COUNTERPART INTERNATIONAL
POSITION DESCRIPTION
POSITION TITLE: Program Officer/Reconstruction Assistance Specialist (PO/RAS) – Marshall Islands (anticipated)
PRACTICE AREA: Community Resilience, Development and Sustainability
REPORTS TO: Chief of Party, FSM and RMI
LOCATION: Majuro, Marshall Islands
Summary:
Counterpart International is seeking a Program Officer/Reconstruction Assistance Specialist for an anticipated five-year, $19 million Disaster Preparedness for Effective Response (PREPARE) program. The main objectives of the program are to: to strengthen disaster preparedness and expedite the delivery of appropriate emergency and reconstruction assistance in the event of U.S. Presidentially declared natural disasters in two Pacific Island nations – the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) and Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI). These objectives will be achieved through the following project stages: 1) disaster preparedness, 2) emergency response, and 3) recovery and reconstruction assistance.
The PO/RAS will also be responsible in providing technical expertise in analyzing and planning for potential disaster risks; communicating and collaborating with local government emergency services and local NGOs, academe and other humanitarian aid agencies; preparing and conducting disaster response exercises; and supporting the recovery of local communities to their pre-disaster state. The PO/RAS will be based in Majuro, Marshall Islands and will support the COP in the following areas: preparing reconstruction contingency plans; reviewing studies, plans and specifications prepared by consultants and host government counterparts to ensure consistency among all reconstruction interventions; preparing possible models for the delivery of start-up grants to ensure grants are delivered in a timely manner and in accordance with established project guidelines.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Contribute to work planning and implementation; monitoring program results; and providing technical assistance to local partners for improved disaster response strategies.
Provide technical assistance to local government and NGOs in strengthening their organizational capacity as well as identifying and articulating the needs of individual communities.
Propose and oversee administrative and logistical aspects related to community engagement activities.
Develop strong organizational relationships and partnerships with local and national government authorities.
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS:
· Bachelor’s degree in management, engineering or related fields.
· At least four (4) years of relevant experience in disaster preparedness, contingency planning and management working with national, state, and local governments and civil society.
· Familiarity with the Pacific Islands environment.
Strong communications and interpersonal skills to meet the diverse technical and managerial requirements of the program and to effectively coordinate with a wide range of regional stakeholders.
Ability to work under pressure and manage multiple programs/activities for the assigned country.
English fluency required. Ability to speak the native language is preferred.
TO APPLY:
Individuals interested in working with Counterpart International on this project should visit: http://www.counterpart.org/working-with ... ounterpart (supported by DevEx)
Click on “current openings”
Select the position
Click on “Apply”
Please include CV and a cover letter stating your availability and salary expectation.
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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 18 мар 2013, 08:40

Te Ipukarea Society – Cook Islands
Vacancies:
1. Marine Park Project Manager
2. Communications Coordinator

Marine Park Project Manager
Te Ipukarea Society (TIS) is a non-profit, membership-based environment organisation. TIS core functions are biodiversity conservation, ecologically sustainable development, waste management, greening the economy, and environmental education of youth. TIS has been given the directive to manage a marine park project on behalf of the Cook Islands Marine Park Steering Committee and are in need of a Marine Park Manager to co-ordinate marine park activities within this project.
Applicants must have:
- A tertiary qualification in the field of marine conservation and biodiversity management preferably at a post-graduate level, or exceptional relevant experience.
- Experience managing staff and consultants.
- Project management experience.
- Excellent time management and reporting skills.
- Demonstrated fundraising ability.
- Advanced conflict resolution skills.
- Excellent relationship management skills.
- Demonstrate awareness of Cook Islands culture.

- For a full position description and application visit www.teipukareasociety.com .
Interested applicants should address selection criteria in their covering letter and attach their CV to tis.cookislands@gmail.com.
Applications close 03 April 2013.


Communications Coordinator
Te Ipukarea Society (TIS) is a non-profit, membership-based environment organisation. TIS core functions are biodiversity conservation, ecologically sustainable development, waste management, greening the economy, and environmental education of youth. TIS has been given the directive to manage a Marine Park project on behalf of the Cook Islands Marine Park Steering Committee and are in need of a Communications Coordinator to develop and implement the CIMP Communications Strategy.
Applicants must have:
- A relevant tertiary qualification, or exceptional relevant experience
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Proven research ability
- Established regional/global media networks
- Reporting skills and database management
- Excellent relationship management skills
- Extensive public relations and media engagement experience
- Experience facilitating press conferences, meetings and workshops
- Advanced social media knowledge
- Experience maintaining websites
- Demonstrate awareness of Cook Islands culture and customs

For a full position description and application details at www.teipukareasociety.com .
Interested applicants should address selection criteria in their covering letter and attach their CV to tis.cookislands@gmail.com.
Applications close 03 April 2013.
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 08 апр 2013, 09:26

National Reserve Bank of Tonga
Job Advertisement
Governor
The Board of Directors of the National Reserve Bank of Tonga seeks applications for the position of Governor of the National Reserve Bank of Tonga. The Governor is responsible for ensuring that the National Reserve Bank of Tonga meets its objectives and carry out its functions effectively and efficiently.
Responsibilities
The Governor is responsible to the Board for the execution of its policies and the prudent management of the Bank. The Governor shall be a person of recognized experience in financial and banking matters, The Governor is responsible for:
1.Ensuring compliance with all legal, statutory and organizational policy and control requirements;
2.Monitoring the achievement of the corporate plans and budgets;
3.Providing oversight and advice on the application of the NRBT policies;
4.Reporting to the Board and Minister of Finance on the Reserve Bank’s overall performance in meeting its objectives;
5.Maintaining appropriate local and international liaison and representation on behalf of NRBT and the Government of Tonga.
Competencies
The Governor’s role requires the following key competencies;
·Technical competence in monetary and macro-economics as well as a high level of understanding of the financial institutions and financial markets both in Tonga and internationally;
·Strong strategic leadership including identifying and implementing practical measures to achieve NRBT’s vision and mission;
·Sound decision making, balancing long and short term outcomes;
·High level of integrity and independence;
·Effective verbal and written communications skills;
·Ability to motivate and maintain high standard of staff performance;
·Effective performance management.
Qualifications
The successful applicant should hold apost graduate qualification from a recognized university with majors in monetary economics and finance or relevant disciplines. The applicant should have demonstrated capabilities and possess the required competencies to undertake the specified tasks above.
Remuneration will be negotiated with the successful candidate and will reflect the significance of the position.
All applications will be treated in strict confidence. Written application must be addressed to:
The Chairman
National Reserve Bank Board of Directors
National Reserve Bank of Tonga
Salote Road
Nuku’alofa
For further enquiries, please contact the Deputy Governor on telephone +676 24057 or email nrbt@reservebank.to. All applications must be received by 4:00pm on Friday, 5thJuly, 2013.
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 08 апр 2013, 09:28

Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme
(SPREP)
JOB OPPORTUNITIES
• SPREP Finland Project, Project Manager (FINPAC-PM)
• Environmental Planning Officer(EPO)

Applications are invited for the above positions with SPREP, Apia. The Secretariat has some exciting and challenging opportunities for qualified professionals who are interested to be part of one of the world’s leading regional environmental organisations based in Apia, Samoa with more than 70 staff recruited from around the world.
Climate Change Division
• SPREP – Finland Project, Project Manager (FINPAC-PM)
Environmental Monitoring and Governance Division
• Environmental Planning Officer (EPO)
Applications close: Friday 19thApril 2013
Full details on responsibilities, requirements, remuneration packages and lodging an application can be obtained from the Employment section of our website: www.sprep.org or by contacting Christine Purcell on telephone: +685 21929 Ext. 328, Fax: +685 20231, or Email: christinep@sprep.org
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 08 апр 2013, 09:32

SECRETARIAT OF THE PACIFIC COMMUNITY - SPC
Deep Sea Minerals Environment Adviser
SPC invites applications for the position of Deep Sea Minerals Environment Adviser in its Applied Geoscience and Technology Division located at its regional office in Suva, Fiji.
SPC is the Pacific Island region's principal technical and scientific organisation. It delivers technical, scientific, research, policy and training support to Pacific Island countries and territories in fisheries, agriculture, forestry, water resources, geoscience, transport, energy, disaster risk management, public health, statistics, education, human rights, gender, youth and culture. For more information, visit www.spc.int.
In applying, candidates should be guided by SPC's vision, mission and corporate values, the role and profile of the position and the key result areas and selection criteria.
SPC's vision for the region is a secure and prosperous Pacific Community, whose people are educated and healthy and manage their resources in an economically, environmentally and socially sustainable way.
Our mission is to help Pacific Island people position themselves to respond effectively to the challenges they face and make informed decisions about their future and the future they leave for the generations that follow.
Our corporate values are underpinned by the principle of 'making a positive difference in the lives of Pacific Island people - putting people first'. They include accountability, integrity, respect, transparency, sustainability, people-centredness, gender equality and cultural sensitivity.
The Applied Geoscience and Technology Division was established when the former Pacific Islands Applied Geoscience Commission (SOPAC) was integrated with SPC in January 2011. It has three technical work programmes: Ocean and Islands, Water and Sanitation and Disaster Reduction. Its services to SPC's members include assessments of the potential of ocean and onshore mineral resources, maritime boundary data collection, coastal protection and management, geo-hazard assessment, water, wastewater, sanitation, disaster risk management, mapping and surveying (including GIS and remote sensing) and natural resources economics. The division's work provides guidance on scientific and technical aspects of the region's seabed mineral resources; supports development of national policy and regulatory frameworks; and contributes to geoscientific and geotechnical understanding of the underlying causes of environmental vulnerability in the region. Its work also focuses on developing knowledge-based adaptation strategies for coastal and nearshore environments, water and sanitation, and disaster risk reduction and awareness raising, technical capacity building and capacity supplementation. The division seeks to maintain a reputation for excellence as the region's principal provider of geoscientific services. It has a team of around 100 staff of which 38 are recruited internationally and 32 are technical staff.
The Ocean and Islands Programme offers a range of specialist technical capacities, skills and tools to support the needs and environments of Pacific Island countries and territories to improve decision-making and policy development regarding marine, coastal and island resource use and applied science issues. It delivers services through: (i) direct capacity supplementation; (ii) partnerships with Pacific Island governments and agencies; and (iii) multidisciplinary approaches to deliver end-to-end services or to fulfill a portion of a broader programme or project of work. Its technical work involves: collection of baseline, oceanographic, geophysical and geodetic data; geological and geomorphologic assessment; environmental baselines, i.e. marine ecosystem habitat mapping; modelling hydrodynamic processes; and sea level and shoreline monitoring. It also contributes substantially to data collection, support and technical assessment in the area of vulnerability reduction and climate change adaptation.
The Deep Sea Minerals Project is a European Union funded project aimed at expanding the economic resource base of Pacific ACP States by facilitating the development of a viable and sustainable marine minerals industry. The project will develop a regional framework for deep sea minerals; assist Pacific ACP States in developing national policy, legislation and regulations; collaborate with development partners to build national capacity; and support environmental management and monitoring initiatives for deep sea exploration and mining. For project information visit www.sopac.org/dsm
The role - The Deep Sea Minerals Environment Adviser is a newly created position accountable to the project team leader. The appointee is responsible for developing, planning and implementing work programmes in Pacific ACP States in order to improve their capacity to plan, manage and develop their ocean and island resources and environments. The appointment is for two years, renewable subject to performance and funding availability.
The profile - SPC seeks a specialist deep sea environmentalist, with research expertise in the environmental and ecological characteristics of deep sea minerals. Attributes will include strong research and analytical skills, sound project management and interpersonal skills, and the ability to effectively present and publish research findings and work collaboratively across SPC and with diverse stakeholders.
Key result areas - The successful applicant must be able to demonstrate strong ability and potential to progress in the following four key result areas of the position:
1. Research and technical advice - Conduct research and present assessments of Pacific ACP States' marine environments and resources. Review national environment policy and laws to include deep sea mineral management and monitoring. Develop and disseminate research findings and science-based information products to all stakeholders. Provide high level advice, information and support to enable policy and decision-makers to make informed decisions.
2. Project support - Assist the team leader in the preparation of work plans and budgets. Coordinate project activities and resources to ensure project outcomes are delivered on time and to budget. Provide accurate and timely progress reports.
3. Capacity building - Develop, coordinate and deliver capacity-building training programmes to stakeholders, in consultation with implementing partners and relevant experts. The training will focus on marine and deep sea environments, on the potential and level of impact of deep sea mineral activities on marine ecosystems, on issues relating to national and international laws, and on mineral exploration and exploitation. Collaborate with the private sector, implementing partners and regulators to develop an integrated management approach to addressing the impacts of deep sea mineral activities. Facilitate national, regional and sub-regional workshops on deep sea mineral environment and related issues, and present deep sea minerals environment information at meetings, conferences and workshops. Develop conceptual models for the impacts of deep sea mining on the marine environment and resources, in collaboration with relevant stakeholders. Provide support to Pacific ACP States to develop technical and organisational skills in knowledge management and monitoring for the deep sea minerals environment.
4. Develop and maintain collaborative professional relationships with clients and diverse stakeholders - Maintain strong, collaborative working relationships with staff across SPC. Maintain strong links with member countries and territories, project partners and funding agencies, and participate in collaborative arrangements across agencies.
Key selection criteria - Candidates will be assessed against the following selection criteria:
1. Results-oriented problem solving - Able to develop solutions to deliver tangible results for SPC, its members and other stakeholders.
2. Innovation and analytical skills - Able to generate new ideas/opportunities, develop policy advice based on sound analysis, and support original solutions.
3. Influencing and relationship building skills - Able to influence and guide others to achieve common goals. Demonstrate strong negotiation, communication and advocacy skills and interpersonal skills. Contribute to building productive relationships and partnerships across the organisation and with stakeholders.
4. Qualifications - Post-graduate degree in deep sea environment, ecology and/or related fields. A specialisation in the study of the ecology of deep seabed minerals would be an advantage.
5. Technical expertise - Substantial experience in marine scientific research and deep sea ecological studies. Sound analytical, report writing, organisational and project coordination skills. Familiarity with mineral exploitation and mining; track record working for government, research institutions, regional/international organisations; expertise in multi-stakeholder participatory approaches; and working in the Pacific region would be advantages.
6. Language skills - Proficient in English, with a working knowledge of French being an advantage.
7. Cultural awareness - Cultural sensitivity and demonstrated understanding of developing country environments, with knowledge of Pacific Island countries and territories being an advantage.
Remuneration - The Deep Sea Minerals Environment Adviser is a Band 11 position in SPC's 2013 salary scale, with a salary range of 2,666-3,998 SDR (special drawing rights) per month, which currently converts to approximately FJD 7,308-10,960 (USD 4,100-6,100; EUR 3,200-4,700). An offer of appointment for an initial contract will normally be made in the lower half of this range, with due consideration being given to experience and qualifications. Progress in the salary scale will be based on annual performance reviews. Remuneration of expatriate SPC staff members is not subject to income tax in Fiji; Fiji nationals employed by SPC in Fiji will, however, be subject to income tax.
Benefits - SPC provides a housing allowance of FJD 1,170-2,625 per month. Establishment and relocation grant, removal expenses, airfares, home leave, medical insurance and education allowances are available for eligible employees and their recognised dependents. Employees are entitled to: 25 days annual leave and 30 days sick leave per annum; life insurance; and access to SPC's Provident Fund (contributing 8% of salary to which SPC adds a matching contribution).
Work environment - SPC has a standardised computing environment based on Microsoft Office. Smoking is not permitted in the work place.
Equal opportunity - SPC recruits on merit, but if two interviewed candidates are ranked equal by the selection committee, preference will be given to Pacific Islanders.
Application procedure - The closing date for applications is 1 May 2013. Candidates MUST provide: a detailed curriculum vitae; a written response stating their claims against the key selection criteria; and contact details, including email addresses and telephone numbers, for three referees.
Apply online - Please use SPC's online recruitment system at http://www.spc.int/job.html. Important note: prepare and save your curriculum vitae, response to key selection criteria and referee information as Microsoft Word documents BEFORE attempting to submit your application online. It is not possible to partially complete your application via the online system, save it and return to complete it later. Can't access the online recruitment system? Apply via email: recruit@spc.int; fax: + 687 26 38 18; or post to Sally Clark Herrmann, HR Adviser (Recruitment and Training), Secretariat of the Pacific Community, P.O. Box D5, 98848 NOUMEA CEDEX, New Caledonia. Need assistance? Contact SPC at recruit@spc.int or telephone + 687 26 20 00.
Background - SPC was established in 1947 and employs over 570 staff. Its headquarters are in Noumea, New Caledonia, with other offices in Fiji, Federated States of Micronesia and Solomon Islands. SPC has 26 member countries and territories including its founding members, Australia, France, New Zealand and the United States of America, which contribute a large proportion of its funding. Other major development partners are the European Union; Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; United Nations agencies; Asian Development Bank; World Bank and Global Environment Facility, to name a few.
Languages: SPC's working languages are English and French.
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 15 апр 2013, 10:01

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Systems Administrator
SPC invites applications for the position of Systems Administrator in the Information and Communication Technology Section of its Operations and Management Directorate, located at its regional office in Suva, Fiji.
SPC is the Pacific Island region's principal technical and scientific organisation. It delivers technical, scientific, research, policy and training support to Pacific Island countries and territories in fisheries, agriculture, forestry, water resources, geoscience, transport, energy, disaster risk management, public health, statistics, education, human rights, gender, youth and culture. For more information, visit www.spc.int.
In applying, candidates should be guided by SPC's vision, mission and corporate values, the role and profile of the position and the key result areas and selection criteria.
SPC's vision for the region is a secure and prosperous Pacific Community, whose people are educated and healthy and manage their resources in an economically, environmentally and socially sustainable way.
Our mission is to help Pacific Island people position themselves to respond effectively to the challenges they face and make informed decisions about their future and the future they leave for the generations that follow.
Our corporate values are underpinned by the principle of 'making a positive difference in the lives of Pacific Island people - putting people first'. They include accountability, integrity, respect, transparency, sustainability, people-centredness, gender equality and cultural sensitivity.
The Operations and Management Directorate employs approximately 140 staff based in Noumea, New Caledonia; Suva, Fiji; Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia; and Honiara, Solomon Islands. The directorate comprises administration, finance, human resources, information technology, library, publications, and translation and interpretation.
The Information and Communication Technology Section is led by the Manager ICT and managed from SPC headquarters in Noumea. The section comprises 15 staff, located across offices in Noumea, Suva, Fiji and Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia.
The role - This newly created position reports to the Systems and Support Engineer based in Noumea. The Systems Administrator provides specialised knowledge and support in disciplines related to ICT systems infrastructure to test, implement, monitor and optimise these systems so that they enable and support SPC strategic objectives. The role oversees a small team of ICT Technicians based in Suva.
The profile - SPC seeks an experienced IT professional who is a team player and has the capacity to manage a small team of ICT technicians. He/she will be experienced in the use of corporate systems backup and recovery, and in working in medium-sized LAN and WAN environments running Microsoft Windows Server technologies; and will have expertise in the installation, configuration and deployment of network routers and switches. Attributes will include a strong customer and solutions focus and the ability to communicate effectively in a bilingual and culturally diverse environment and work across the organisation and with stakeholders.
Key result areas - The successful applicant must be able to demonstrate expertise and experience in the following areas:
1. Administer and support ICT systems - Provide operational support, monitoring and management of all ICT systems (desktop environment, server, networking and storage infrastructure). Perform regular maintenance, routine backups and disaster recovery procedures. Establish and maintain security, integrity and business continuity controls and documentation. Monitor the corporate ICT helpdesk to identify emerging issues. Administer supplier compliance with terms of contract.
2. Provide technical leadership in disciplines related to ICT systems infrastructure - Participate in the development, preparation and delivery of training opportunities to enhance the knowledge and efficiency of ICT technical staff.
3. Conduct reviews of technology solutions -Define the scope, then plan and produce deliverables for assigned projects and identify and document detailed business and system requirements. Collaborate with senior ICT staff to ensure that plans and identified solutions meet needs and expectations. Participate in the development and use of endorsed SPC project guidelines and standards and apply these techniques to manage, implement and deploy approved ICT infrastructure projects.
4. Implement and optimise ICT systems - Implement approved ICT solution designs. Conduct analysis and review of implemented systems and develop, test and implement performance tuning and optimisation. Design, develop, test and implement systems management tools and automation tools which enable efficiencies in operational support of ICT infrastructure systems.
Key selection criteria - Candidates will be assessed against the following selection criteria:
1. Results-oriented problem solving - Able to develop solutions to deliver tangible results for SPC, its members and other stakeholders.
2. Innovation and analytical skills - Able to generate new ideas/opportunities, develop policy advice based on sound analysis, and support original solutions.
3. Influencing and relationship building skills - Able to influence and guide others to achieve organisational goals. Demonstrate strong negotiation, communication and advocacy skills and excellent interpersonal skills. Contribute to building productive relationships and partnerships across the organisation and with stakeholders.
4. Qualifications - Tertiary qualification or equivalent in computer science or related discipline, or equivalent relevant work experience. Recent industry certifications from Microsoft, VMware, Cisco, and industry recognised project management and/or IT service management certification e.g. ITIL or Prince, would be advantages.
5. Technical expertise - Demonstrated practical experience in the use of corporate system backup and recovery solutions and working in medium-sized LAN and WAN environments running Microsoft Windows Server technologies (Server 2000, 2003 and 2008), Exchange, IIS, SQL and ISA. Proven work experience with Microsoft Windows desktop (Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8), Linux (CentOS), and Mac OS X operating systems; and in the installation, configuration and deployment of network routers and switches (Cisco, HP). Demonstrated ability in the provision of user training and support, and in standard office automation and customised applications. Reputation for providing high levels of customer care and service, with experience in providing support to remote users. Support of desktop systems and applications in English and French in a multi-disciplinary organisation; scripting experience using Powershell, VB script shell scripts, and perl; and application and web development experience using NET technologies, C# or VB, would be advantages.
6. Language skills - Proficient in English, with a working knowledge of French being an advantage.
7. Cultural awareness - Cultural sensitivity and demonstrated understanding of developing country environments, with knowledge of Pacific Island countries and territories being an advantage.

Remuneration - The Systems Administrator is a Band 10 position in SPC's 2013 salary scale, with a salary range of 2,221-3,331 SDR (special drawing rights) per month, which currently converts to approximately FJD 6,000-9,000 (USD 3,400-5,100; EUR 2,600-3,900). An offer of appointment for an initial contract will normally be made in the lower half of this range, with due consideration being given to experience and qualifications. Progress in the salary scale will be based on annual performance reviews. Remuneration of expatriate SPC staff members is not subject to income tax in Fiji; Fiji nationals employed by SPC in Fiji, will however, be subject to income tax.

Benefits - SPC provides a housing allowance of FJD 1,170-2,625 per month. An establishment and relocation grant, removal expenses, airfares, home leave, medical insurance and education allowance are available for eligible employees and their recognised dependants. Employees are entitled to: 25 days annual leave and 30 days sick leave per annum, life insurance, and access to SPC's Provident Fund (contributing 8% of salary to which SPC adds a matching contribution).
Work environment - SPC has a standardised computing environment based on Microsoft Office. Smoking is not permitted in the work place.
Equal opportunity - SPC recruits on merit, but if two interviewed candidates are ranked equal by the selection committee, preference will be given to Pacific Islanders.
Application procedure - The closing date for applications is 12 May 2013. Candidates MUST provide: a detailed curriculum vitae; a written response stating their claims against the key selection criteria; and contact details, including email addresses and telephone numbers, for three referees.
Apply online - Please use SPC's online recruitment system at http://www.spc.int/job.html. Important note: prepare and save your curriculum vitae, response to key selection criteria and referee information as Microsoft Word documents BEFORE attempting to submit your application online. It is not possible to partially complete your application via the online system, save it and return to complete it later. Can't access the online recruitment system? Apply via email: recruit@spc.int; fax: + 687 26 38 18; or post to Sally Clark Herrmann, HR Adviser (Recruitment and Training), Secretariat of the Pacific Community, P.O. Box D5, 98848 NOUMEA CEDEX, New Caledonia. Need assistance? Contact SPC at recruit@spc.int or telephone + 687 26 20 00.
Background - SPC was established in 1947 and employs over 570 staff. Its headquarters are in Noumea, New Caledonia, with other offices in Fiji, Federated States of Micronesia and Solomon Islands. SPC has 26 member countries and territories including its founding members, Australia, France, New Zealand and the United States of America, which contribute a large proportion of its funding. Other major development partners are the European Union; Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; United Nations agencies; Asian Development Bank; World Bank and Global Environment Facility, to name a few.
Languages: SPC's working languages are English and French.
Organisational structure: SPC is led by the Director-General supported by the senior management team, which includes three Deputy Directors-General and the Director of the Strategic Engagement, Policy and Planning Facility. Also contributing to SPC's executive management are the directors of the seven technical divisions (Applied Geoscience and Technology; Economic Development; Education, Training and Human Development; Fisheries, Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystems; Land Resources; Public Health; and Statistics for Development); the directors of Finance, Human Resources and the North Pacific Regional Office and the coordinator of the Honiara country office.
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Human Resource Governance Adviser
(INTERNATIONAL LONG-TERM ADVISER)
- 2 positions available
- Based in Honiara
Remuneration will be in compliance with the AusAID Advisor Remuneration Framework (ARF) – Job Level C3 for long-term advisers, with the base salary per month (AUD) falling within the range $10,946 - $13,683, based on qualifications and experience. Advisers may also be eligible for various allowances and benefits and the package may be offered tax free, depending on independent tax advice.
Duration: 1 July 2013 to 31 December 2014, with possibility of extension
Australia provides development support in the Solomon Islands through the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) bilateral program, the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI). Since 2009, RAMSI has worked in partnership with the Ministry of Public Service (MPS), Public Service Commission (PSC) and Institute of Public Management & Administration (IPAM) to implement a Public Service Improvement Program (PSIP).
PSIP has laid the foundations for sustainable public service-wide human resource (HR) improvements and reforms including development of a service-wide HR Strategy 2010-2015 and a code of conduct for public servants, implementation of a new payroll/HR management information system (Aurion), and early work to streamline and modernise HR legal and policy frameworks. The SIG HR Strategy sets out a comprehensive and ambitious set of HR and public employment-related reforms aimed at improving service delivery.
The HR Governance Advisers will support MPS, PSC and IPAM to reform the public service HRM legal and policy framework, progressively delegate and decentralise HRM powers, functions and processes to line ministries/agencies; improve service delivery and productivity across the public service and contain labour costs through policy process reengineering and systems integration.
To be successful in this role you will have:
1. Relevant qualifications (e.g., organisational development/management/change, HRM);
2. High level communication, interpersonal and facilitation skills, including proven success developing cross cultural relationships based on respect, credibility and trust with officials
3. At least ten years public sector experience in all aspects of HRM governance, including developing and implementing complex HR employment related policies and procedures; establishment management; and workforce planning.
4. High level understanding of HRM information systems and their integration with HR related policies and employment conditions.
5. Proven success in developing institutional, organisational and individual capacity in ways that are culturally appropriate and sustainable.
6. Proven ability to identify and manage risks and sustainable solutions for complex problems.

For a full position description and details on how to apply go to: http://www.ap.urscorp.com/International ... ecruitment, Job Code: 505
APPLICATIONS CLOSE 2 May2013
An Australian Government, AusAID initiative. Contract Manager: URS Australia Pty Ltd.
URS is an equal opportunity employer of choice and is committed to child protection.
We encourage women and men to apply.
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Re: Работа в Океании

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USP – THE UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC
3 POSITIONS:
MANAGER, CENTRAL RECORDS AND ARCHIVES UNIT (CRAU)
OFFICE OF THE VICE-CHANCELLOR
Council and Central Committee Secretariat Ref: FRG349
Finance Systems Manager
FINANCE DEPARMENT – FCC034
Enterprise Systems & Networks Infrastructure Manager
Office of the Vice Chancellor
Information Technology Services - Ref. FCC006
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MANAGER, CENTRAL RECORDS AND ARCHIVES UNIT (CRAU)
OFFICE OF THE VICE-CHANCELLOR
Council and Central Committee SecretariatRef: FRG349
The Opportunity
The appointee will have overall responsibility for managing and monitoring the records management of the University, ensuring effective records management through the provision of reporting systems, training and regulatory services. This will include responsibility for leading and managing the rollout of the corporate electronic records system, TRIM, across USP campuses over a three year period and the establishment of an archive for the university. These are major undertakings and will require the incumbent to be an effective change agent who is able to win support from a diversity of staff including senior level management, in order to implement significant change. The appointee will also manage a team of 5 people and provide the leadership required to deliver on agreed project outcomes.
The Person We Seek
Applicants must have postgraduate qualifications or progress towards postgraduate qualifications and a degree in records/archives managements or equivalent information management field. As this is a senior level position, applicants must have extensive management experience in the profession, strong interpersonal and communication skills, demonstrated project management skills, knowledge of contemporary records management issues and best practice, sound knowledge of establishing archives as well as experience and demonstrated ability to assess risk exposure and provide high level and confidential advice on records management compliance matters.
As the Manager, CRAU is pivotal to the success of USP’s electronic records system, preference will be given to applicants with sound knowledge of ERM systems andsuccessful experience in a leadership role within a records management environment preferably in a university or a large complex organisation.
Remuneration
The position is available for a term of three years and may be renewed subject to mutual agreement.
Salary Range: Band 3 F$59 813 - F$78 700 per annum (Inclusive of 15% Gratuity)
Please note the salary scale is subject to change pending the outcome of the Job Evaluation Review.
Enquiries: Lily Vesikula, Secretary to Council & Manager CCCS; ph: (679) 323 2249; email: vesikula_l@usp.ac.fj
Closing date for applications 26April 2013
How to Apply
Candidates are strongly encouraged to use the University’s on-line E-Recruitment system to view further details and apply for this position at www.usprecruits.usp.ac.fj/applicants/Ce ... Candidates may request further information, send enquiries by email to Human Resources Office, ph: (679) 32 32072; email: hrhelp@usp.ac.fjor personnel@usp.ac.fj
Please note that due to the large number of applications normally received only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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Finance Systems Manager
FINANCE DEPARMENT – FCC034
The Opportunity
The University has an ambitious plan to bring about a total transformation and efficiency in all its operations by taking advantage of technology, and is looking to recruit a qualified, experienced, dynamic and results oriented person to lead these initiatives. The Financial Systems Manager, under the direction of the Executive Director Finance, will lead the development team to re-engineer processes,develop systemsand implement several earmarked projects to realize these strategic goals. In this role you will also support the functional management of the financial information system(s) for USP campuses. You will have the opportunity to strengthen the functional management of the University’s financial information system and will serve as Finance/IT expert regarding the use, implementation, and maintenance of the financial systems.
The role will involve ensuring that all finance and finance related modules are working effectively and efficiently; enhancing the financial system in response to customer needs; training of staff in the use of the systems; solving user problems and maintaining data integrity; proper security measuresare in place to prevent unauthorized access and processing; testing of systems upgrades are performed; and financial reporting occurs timely and accurately.
The Person We Seek
Applicants must have:
· Postgraduate qualifications or progress towards postgraduate qualifications in IT
· At least 3 years’ experience with a large multi-user environment
· In-depth knowledge and experience withfinancial systems, SQL, Programming, and project management
· Considerable expertise in database management, reports building and system enhancements
Remuneration
The position is available for a term of three years and may be renewed by mutual agreement.
Salary Range:Band 3 F$59 813 to F$78 700 per annum (Inclusive of 15% Gratuity)
Enquiries: Kolinio Boila, Executive Director Finance ph: (+679) 3232341; email: kolinio.boila@usp.ac.fj
Closing date for applications 15 April 2013
How to Apply
Candidates are strongly encouraged to use the University’s on-line E-Recruitment system to view further details and apply for this position at www.usprecruits.usp.ac.fj/applicants/Ce ... Find=51598. Candidates may request further information from the Human Resources Office, ph: (679) 32 32072; email: hrhelp@usp.ac.fj or personnel@usp.ac.fj
Please note that due to the large number of applications normally received only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Please also include the following documents in your application: Cover letter and Resume clearly addressing key Selection Criteria, and three written references, one of which must be from your current or most recent direct work supervisor.



Enterprise Systems & Networks Infrastructure Manager
Office of the Vice Chancellor
Information Technology Services - Ref. FCC006
The University of the South Pacific operates an advanced network for data, voice, video and telephony services and underpins the delivery of these services across all of the 14 campuses in twelve island countries. USP operates one of the largest networks in region with 10,000 ports across 20 sites.
The Opportunity
Leading a dynamic team and reporting directly to the Director of Information Technology Services, the Enterprise Systems & Network Infrastructure Manager will be responsible for the maintenance and further development of this robust IP infrastructure for these campuses in support of wired, wireless, and voice & video-over IP technologies. This senior positionprovides technical leadership and advice for the design and structure of enterprise and utility/application software on the University's Linux, OpenVMS and Windows based servers and storage systems. The appointee will be responsible for developing policies, planning, implementation, configuration of complex client/server systems, configuration of utility software/system services and manage system performance to ensure that agreed service levels are consistently met.This is a perfect opportunity for a well experienced individual to take the university to the next generation of enterprise system & networking technologies.
The Person We Seek:
The successful candidate will possess:
· A Masters Degree in Computing Science or Electrical & Computer Engineering
· Industrial certifications such as CCNA, CCNP, RCHE, Microsoft, ITILV3 are highly recommended
· 5-8 years of networking experience and 5-10 years of enterprise system experience
· Superior technical knowledge, strong problem-solving skills, eagerness to research, and the desire to work collaboratively within the University community
· This position requires good management skills to manage and lead a very dynamic team
Remuneration
The position is available for a term of three years and may be renewed by mutual agreement.
Salary Range: Band 4 F$81 145 to F$93 629 per annum (Inclusive of 15% Gratuity)
In addition to the above benefits, the University contributes 10% of basic salary to an approved superannuation scheme, provides airfare and relocation costs where appropriate.
Enquiries: Mr. Kisione Finau, ph: (679) 323 2081; email: finau_k@usp.ac.fj
Closing date for applications 3 May 2013
How to Apply
Candidates are strongly encouraged to use the University’s on-line E-Recruitment system to view further details and apply for this position at www.usprecruits.usp.ac.fj/applicants/Ce ... Candidates may request further information from the Human Resources Office; ph: (679) 32 32072; email: hrhelp@usp.ac.fj or personnel@usp.ac.fj
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Please also include the following documents in your application: Cover letter and Resume clearly addressing key Selection Criteria, and names of three referees, one of which must be your current or most recent direct work supervisor.
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Оксанище » 16 апр 2013, 02:53

А как быть с семьей? По каким визам туда можно перетащить семью?
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Оксанище писал(а) 16 апр 2013, 02:53:А как быть с семьей? По каким визам туда можно перетащить семью?

обычно по рабочей визе могут приехать супруг и дети, но без права работы или занятия бизнесом. у любой страны есть сайт иммиграционного департамента, обычно там всё подробно расписано.
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Manager - Disability Resource Centre
CAMPUS LIFE
Disability Resource Centre – FCS223
The Opportunity
Reporting to the Group Manager Campus Life, this important position plays a key strategic role in USP meeting its commitment to providing equal opportunity, promoting inclusiveness and valuing diversity, in accordance with USP‘s Strategic Plan. The Manager – Disability Resource Centre provides professional and effective expertise, advice and leadership regarding disabled student and staff needs across all USP campuses.
The Successful Applicant will have:
· A relevant tertiary Degree: a Postgraduate qualification or progress towards one is highly desirable
· At least 5 years’ experience as a Disability Services Practitioner or Manager with extensive experience of designing and delivering disability services.
• Demonstrated management and leadership skills.
• Demonstrated success working in a diverse, multi-lingual environment.
· Legislation and policy knowledge with regard to Disability Inclusiveness practices and benchmarks at other tertiary institutions.
• Ability to formulate and deliver disability advice and solutions tailored to particular environments.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills; Computer and administrative skills.
• Proven success in planning, budget management, resource allocation and program monitoring processes within a large organisation.
· A demonstrated commitment to creating and supporting a quality service culture.
· A track record of designing and facilitating workshops and learning experiences.
· A proven commitment to non-discrimination on any grounds: gender, age, sexual orientation, physical, mental and health abilities, ethnicity, race or cultural background.
· Success as a self-starter and also a team player.
· A sense of humour
Successful experience delivering inclusive Disability services in a higher education environment is highly desirable but not essential.
Remuneration
The position is available for a term of 3years and may be renewed by mutual agreement
Salary Range: Band 3 F$59 813 to F$78 700per annum (Inclusive of 15% Gratuity)
Closing date for applications10May 2013
Enquiries: Glenn Pope, Group Manager, Campus Life; ph.: (679) 32 32351/32 31044; email: glenn.pope@usp.ac.fj
How to Apply
Candidates are strongly encouraged to use the University’s on-line E-Recruitment system to view further details and apply for this position at www.usprecruits.usp.ac.fj/applicants/Ce ... Candidates may request further information from the Human Resources Office; ph.: (679) 32 32072; email: hrhelp@usp.ac.fj or personnel@usp.ac.fj
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Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP)
JOB OPPORTUNITY:
• Hazardous Waste Management Adviser (HWMA)
Applications are invited for the above position with SPREP, Apia.
This is an exciting and challenging opportunity for qualified professionals who are interested to join one of the world’s leading regional environmental organisations based in Apia.
The HWMA position is based within the Waste Management and Pollution Control Division to lead and manage the Hazardous Waste Management team with a focus on providing technical advice, support and assistance to SPREP Members on regional hazardous waste and chemical management issues.
Full details on responsibilities, requirements, remuneration packages and lodging an application can be obtained from the Employment section of our website: www.sprep.org or by contacting Jolynn Managreve-Fepuleai on telephone: +685 21929 Ext. 325, Fax: +685 20231, or Email: jolynnf@sprep.org
Applications close: Friday 10th May 2013
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MANAGER CONTINUING & COMMUNITY EDUCATION
OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY VICE-CHANCELLOR (ADMINISTRATION & REGIONAL CAMPUSES)
SOLOMON ISLANDS CAMPUS – SIC014
The Opportunity
The appointee will develop the Continuing Education and Outreach Program at the Solomon Islands Campus under the guidance of the Campus Director; coordinate Continuing Education and outreach activities including vocational, bridging and leisure short courses and public events; liaise with relevant national public and private sector institutions, agencies and organizations and international CROP and development agencies identify, develop and secure funding for projects; carry out research in the socio-economic welfare of the region; and assist the Learning Resources Coordinator in the production of promotional and other public education materials.
The Person We Seek
Applicants must have/be:
· A Degree with at least 4 years of subsequent level of extensive experienceand management experience in coordinating continuing education activities, or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or education/training.
· A successful record in securing funding for projects;
· Strong skills in oral and written communication and active listening.
· Demonstrated ability to organize public events; and deliver public addresses.
· Ability to effectively interact with a wide variety of clientele (members, staff, CCE Providers, government, NGOs and private sector).
· Advanced experience skills with Microsoft Office applications with relative speed and accuracy.
· Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, ability to manage multiple tasks and projects, and time management skills.
· Strong sense of urgency and outstanding customer service skills.
· Success in prioritizing duties, retrieving information, tracing projects, and maintaining schedules.
· Ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment with changing priorities.
· Demonstrated supervisory skills
Preference will be given to applicants with a Postgraduate qualification or Master’s Degree in the relevant area, experience in the production of newsletters and other promotional literature; and knowledge and hands-on experience in media production including video.
Remuneration
The position is available for a term of three years and may be renewed by mutual agreement.
Salary Range: Band 1 SBD $164970.33 to SBD $206211.91per annum (Inclusive of 15% Gratuity)
A hardship allowance will be also be paid as part of the remuneration package.
Enquiries:John Usuramo, Campus Director; Tel: (677) 21307/21308 Fax: (677) 24024 Email: john.usuramo@usp.ac.fj
Closing date for applications 10 May 2013
How To Apply
Candidates are strongly encouraged to use the University’s on-line E-Recruitment system to view further details and apply for this position at www.usprecruits.usp.ac.fj/applicants/Ce ... Candidates may request further information, send enquiries by email to Human Resources Office, ph: (679) 32 32072; email: hrhelp@usp.ac.fj or personnel@usp.ac.fj
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Please also include the following documents in your application: Cover letter and Resume clearly addressing key Selection Criteria, and three written references, one of which must be from your current or most recent direct work supervisor.
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Вакансии в колледже микронезии:
College of Micronesia–FSM
Employment Opportunities
Human Resources Office P.O. Box 159
Kolonia, Pohnpei, FSM 96941
Phone: 691-320-2480 Fax: 691-320-2479
3 positions:
· Instructor – Business ; $16,131.00-$17,819.00 PA
· Mathematics/Computer Instructor ; $16,131-$17,819.00PA
· English Instructor; $16,131.00-$17,819.00PA

The College of Micronesia–FSM is an equal opportunity employer.
FSM Citizens are encouraged to apply

Opening Date: April 11, 2013; Closing Date: May 10, 2013
Position and Salary: Instructor – Business ; $16,131.00-$17,819.00 PA
N/3/C-N/6/A
EO No: 2013-064
“Position is eligible for housing and transportation benefits”
Location: National Campus/Business Division
P.O. Box 159, Kolonia, Pohnpei FM 96941
Duties: Teaching 12 to 15 contact hours of the functional areas of business courses per week with one to four preparations including but not limited to accounting, finance, management, marketing, business law, entrepreneurship/small business management, business math/statistics, and economic. Teaching classes in accordance with the goals and objectives of the course as described in the course outline. Maintaining accurate records of student attendance and student learning outcomes/grades, in accordance with COM-FSM regulations. Submitting records to Chairperson after the end of the semester/session. Keeping at least 5 office hours per week. Participating in one standing committee; may be asked to participate in adhoc committees. Advising students. Participating in special College functions such as graduation. Participating in Division activities. This includes meetings, curriculum development and developing procedures for improving current classes. Participating in assessment activities. Participating in professional development. Attending to additional needs of the College or the community as agreed upon by the faculty member in consultation with their supervisor. Serve on committees.

Minimum Qualifications: Masters degree in Business Administration from a US accredited institution. Doctorate preferred. Foreign credentials must be equated to meet US standards in the field of work using World Education Services at http://www.wes.org. Applicant must have two years of full-time teaching at the post-secondary level preferably in an ESL environment and experience with establishment and assessment of student learning outcomes. Ability and knowledge: Proficiency in the use of computers, considerable undergraduate studying business and counting, work experience in the fields of accounting and business. Ability to give evidence of exemplary teaching ability, initiative, interpersonal skills, and cultural sensitivity are essential.
Contact: Applications are available at the College of Micronesia–FSM Human Resources Office, state campus sites or at the college’s website at www.comfsm.fm.
Process: Applicants must submit an interest letter, COM-FSM Employment Application form, resume, official & hard copies of college transcripts to be mailed directly from schools to COM-FSM, a brief teaching philosophy and 3 up to date letters of recommendation to Human Resources Office at the address above or send via E-mail to hro@comfsm.fm no later than May 10, 2013. Review and interview will follow shortly.
The College reserves the right to request or require from any applicant additional documentation or certification in addition to the minimum requirements stated in this advertisement in order to be considered for this position. All persons applying must meet or exceed any additional qualifications required in the COM-FSM Personnel Policy and Procedure Manual.


Re-advertisement [1]
EO No. 2013-066
Opening Date: April 17,2013
Closing Date: May 1 or until filled
Position and Salary: Mathematics/Computer Instructor ; $16,131-$17,819.00PA
N/3/C-N/6/A
“Position is eligible for housing and transportation benefit”
Location:
Yap Campus/Instructional Div.
P.O. Box 286, Colonia, Yap FM 96943
Duties: Teaches up to 15 contract hours of mathematics/computer courses including but not limited to developmental math, prealgebra, elementary algebra and computer literacy courses. Serves on committees and taskforce and participates in meetings. Teaching classes in accordance with the goals and objectives of the course as described in the course outline. Maintaining accurate records of student attendance and student learning outcomes/grades, in accordance with COM-FSM regulations. Submitting records to Chairperson after the end of the semester/session. Keeping at least 5 office hours per week. Participating in one standing committee; may be asked to participate in adhoc committees. Advising students. Participating in special College functions such as graduation. Participating in Division activities. This includes meetings, curriculum development and developing procedures for improving current classes. Participating in assessment activities. Participating in professional development. Attending to additional needs of the College or the community as agreed upon by the faculty member in consultation with their supervisor.
Minimum Qualifications: Earned Master’s Degree in Mathematics or in Mathematics Education or equivalent with at least a B.S Degree in computer science from US accredited institution or related field plus two years of full-time teaching at the post-secondary level. Foreign credentials must be equated to meet US standards in the field of work using World Education Services at http://www.wes.org. Experience with establishment and assessment of student learning outcomes, formative assessment and related matters. Two years experience teaching mathematics and computer courses at the community college level with ESL students preferred. Two years experience in living overseas from the applicant’s homeland also preferred. Give evidence of exemplary teaching ability. Show good command and knowledge of mathematics and computer subjects. Ability to communicate with clarity. Demonstrated capability of different methods of presentations. Demonstrated ability to hold interest of students; command their respect; be fair and impartial, and encourage participation. Initiative, interpersonal skills, and cultural sensitivity are essential.
Contact: Applications are available at the College of Micronesia–FSM Human Resources Office, state campus sites or at the college’s website at www.comfsm.fm.
Process: Applicants must submit an interest letter, COM-FSM Employment Application form, resume, official & hard copies of college transcripts to be mailed directly from schools to COM-FSM, a brief teaching philosophy and 3 up to date letters of recommendation to Human Resources Office at the address above or send via E-mail to hro@comfsm.fm no later than May 1, 2013 Review and interview will follow shortly.
The College reserves the right to request or require from any applicant additional documentation or certification in addition to the minimum requirements stated in this advertisement in order to be considered for this position. All persons applying must meet or exceed any additional qualifications required in the COM-FSM Personnel Policy and Procedure Manual.


Re-advertisement [6] EO No: 2013-065
Opening Date: April 15, 2013
Closing Date: April 29, 2013 until filled
Position and Salary: English Instructor; $16,131.00-$17,819.00PA
N/3/C-N/6/A
“Position is eligible for housing and transportation benefits”
Location:
Yap Campus/Academic Programs
P.O. Box 286
Colonia, Yap FM 96943
Duties: Teaching 12 to 15 contact hours of ESL and English course per week with one to four preparations. Teaching classes in accordance with the goals and objectives of the course as described in the course outline. Maintaining accurate records of student attendance and student learning outcomes/grades, in accordance with COM-FSM regulations. Submitting records to Chairperson after the end of the semester/session. Keeping at least 5 office hours per week. Participating in one standing committee; may be asked to participate in adhoc committees. Advising students. Participating in special College functions such as graduation. Participating in Division activities. This includes meetings, curriculum development and developing procedures for improving current classes. Participating in assessment activities. Participating in professional development. Attending to additional needs of the College or the community as agreed upon by the faculty member in consultation with their supervisor. Serve on committees.
Minimum Qualifications: Masters degree in English, TESOL, or ESL from a US accredited institution. Masters in TESOL preferred. Foreign credentials must be equated to US standards using World Education Services at http://www.wes.org. Applicant must have two years of full-time teaching at the post-secondary level and experience with establishment and assessment of student learning outcomes. Two years experience teaching college level with ESL students and two years experience in living overseas from the applicant homeland is preferred. Ability to give evidence of exemplary teaching ability, initiative, interpersonal skills, and cultural sensitivity are essential.
Contact: Applications are available at the College of Micronesia–FSM Human Resources Office, state campus sites or at the college’s website at www.comfsm.fm.
Process: Applicants must submit an interest letter, COM-FSM Employment Application form, resume, official & hard copies of college transcripts to be mailed directly from schools to COM-FSM, a brief teaching philosophy and 3 up to date letters of recommendation to Human Resources Office at the address above or send via E-mail to hro@comfsm.fm by April 29, 2013. Review and interview will follow shortly.
The College reserves the right to request or require from any applicant additional documentation or certification in addition to the minimum requirements stated in this advertisement in order to be considered for this position. All persons applying must meet or exceed any additional qualifications required in the COM-FSM Personnel Policy and Procedure Manual.
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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 14 июн 2013, 09:24

Systems Administrator (для граждан австралии и новой зеландии)

About this Opportunity
The Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat has an exciting opportunity for a Systems Administrator to join their Corporate Services team in Suva, Fiji on a full time basis.
Reporting to the IT Team Leader, the candidate will be responsible for providing an efficient, secure, stable, scalable and robust IT infrastructure for the Secretariat. More specifically, your responsibilities will include (but are not limited to):
· Planning, maintenance, monitoring, configuration and improvement of the IT systems and services
· Administration of all Server, Network and Security Device Admin user accounts and shares
· Re-looking at processes within the department and providing necessary recommendation on adjustments to improve the process
· Making recommendations for the automation and/or improving of processes within the organisation
· Coordinating and managing all system security and infrastructure related projects
· Assisting with the implementation of IT related projects
· Coordinating with relevant stakeholders regarding proposed changes to the systems and its infrastructure
· Ensuring that all system documentation is current
· Maintaining a clear record of users, disk space utilisation, IP address, and other requested information
To be successful, candidates should have a tertiary degree in Computer Science, Network Engineering or Information Systems as well as extensive professional experience in a similar role. Working knowledge of BCP, DRP, Microsoft applications and Open Source Operating Systems such as Linux or FreeBSD would be of advantage to candidates. Extensive knowledge and experience ensure that candidates are able to map organisation and user requirements to technical solutions.
We are looking for a committed team player that is a technically astute IT professional. This person approaches their daily work from a strategic, customer focused perspective and has excellent communication and relationship building skills. They will also be a quick learner with the ability to assess a situation and be confident of making the required decision when the need arises.
About the Benefits
The appointment will carry a competitive remuneration and benefits package including medical and life insurance. The salary will be in the range of SDR 21,946 to SDR 32,918 per annum. At the 1 June 2013 exchange rate this salary range was equivalent to FJD61,216 to FJD91,821. For non-Fijian nationals, this salary may be tax-free. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply here and download an information package containing the job description and remuneration details is also available. To be eligible for this position, the applicant must be a national of a Forum member country.*
The Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages both men and women to apply.The closing date for applicants is 5pm Fiji time, 19 July 2013.

*Member States of the Pacific Islands Forum: Australia, Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, New Zealand, Niue, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, and Vanuatu.
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 08 июл 2013, 10:07

THE WORLD BANK
Senior Social Development Specialist
Social Safeguards

Sustainable Development Unit
Timor-Leste, Papua New Guinea, and Pacific Islands
The World Bank, Sydney is currently looking for an experienced social development specialist to support project preparation and supervision teams. S/he helps to ensure that social development considerations and safeguard policies are fully integrated into project design and implementation, and that actions taken fully comply with the Bank’s safeguard policies.
This is a one-year extended term consultant (ETC) position based in Sydney, Australia with a possibility of renewal for one more year subject to performance and work requirements.
Background/General description
The World Bank is an international financial institution which provides financial and technical assistance to Governments in developing countries to support economic growth and poverty reduction. The World Bank’s Sydney office, part of the East Asia and Pacific Region, covers operations in 12 Pacific member countries, 8 of which are IDA-eligible: Kiribati, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu. The Pacific Sustainable Development unit (EASNS) includes operations in energy and infrastructure, fisheries, agriculture and natural resource management, rural development, social protection, disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation.
Task teams require support with all social development aspects related to preparing, implementing and supervising projects. The objective is to ensure that the projects meet the necessary standards of the Bank with regard to safeguard compliance, but also that they reflect current good practice in terms of social sustainability. To that end it is anticipated that the social development specialist will be active with knowledge transfer to our clients and others involved with projects to raise their awareness and skills with social development.
The Specialist will be administratively accountable to the Sector Manager EASNS in Sydney. With regard to project work, the Specialist will report to the individual project’s Task Team Leader that he/she provides support to.
Duties and Accountabilities
The Specialist will apply his/her technical expertise to a broad range of social development themes and policy issues. S/he will:
• Provide conceptual and operational leadership on the core social development themes pursed in the sub-region.
• Serve as a focal point person on land acquisition/resettlement and Indigenous Peoples issues and work closely with ask teams to address these challenges. Collaborate with the Regional Safeguard Adviser (RSA) in the Bank’s Washington office and ensure effective communication between the task team and the RSA, e.g. on issues of policy interpretation, project design and reputational risk
• Assist task teams by participating in operational missions and review safeguard documentation prepared by the client to ensure that social issues have been adequately addressed and that the project is in compliance with the Safeguard Policies, particularly those on Involuntary Resettlement and Indigenous Peoples.
• Support efforts of the task teams to build capacity among junior colleagues and counterparts.
• Where appropriate promote and contribute substantively to analyses and efforts to strengthen country systems.
• Advise Management on major or sensitive matters relating to social development and contribute to discussions on social analysis.
• Advise and/or provide high quality operational support on safeguards and non-safeguards related social development issues at both the design and implementation phases.
• Advise and/or participate on project teams in the design of operational mechanisms that take into account social opportunities, impacts, constraints and risks.
• Prepare and review Terms of Reference for social assessments and other analytical tools required for investment design and implementation.
• Undertake analytical work on land acquisition, resettlement, Indigenous Peoples and other social issues. Identify and secure resources for analytical work, including preparing proposals and managing trust fund resources.
• Contribute to knowledge generation and diffusion within the region and beyond and ensure consistency with regional and Bank-wide approaches to safeguards.
• Document periodically, in writing, key lessons learned during project implementation in the Pacific and innovative approaches which the Bank can extend to other low capacity countries.
Selection criteria
• Advanced degree in relevant social sciences.
• A minimum of eight years releavant experience in the application of social development skills to evaluate and address social issues in the context of development projects.
• Proven track record on dealing effectively with policies that have to do with Indigenous Peoples and on Involuntary Resettlement.
• A proven team-player, experienced in working collaboratively in a broad range of cultural and social contexts.
• Demonstrated strong analytical skills.
• A good understanding of land management institutions and land tenure systems.
• Knowledge of MIGA and IFC social performance standards is desirable.
• Familiarity with multi-disciplinary approaches for addressing the needs of persons displaced from their land and/or homes.
• Familiarity with issues affecting ethnic minorities in the countries of the sub-region.
• Experience in undertaking social and institutional analysis and familiarity with participatory methodologies and techniques would be desirable.
• Knowledge and professional experience in the PIC sub- region is required.
• Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
The complete terms of reference are available on the World Bank website.
The World Bank Group is committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality, culture and educational background. Individuals with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply.
Qualified candidates may apply on-line at http://www.worldbank.org/jobs and choose vacancy ##131582 under Current Job Openings.
The closing date is Saturday, 20 July 2013
Please note that you will need to register before submitting your application.
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 08 июл 2013, 10:09

THE WORLD BANK
Implementation Support Specialist
Timor-Leste, Papua New Guinea, and Pacific Islands Department
The World Bank, Sydney is currently looking for an experienced development professional to provide support to implementation agencies in executing World Bank-financed projects. S/he will facilitate the design and establishment of implementation arrangements and assist implementing agencies in overall project management, compliance with Bank requirements and preparation of project documentation.
This is a one-year extended term consultant (ETC) position with a possibility of renewal for one more year subject to performance and work requirements. The successful applicant is expected to travel to any of the countries covered by the Pacific Department with 2/3 of the time spent in the field. This includes 3 to 4 months in countries with larger, more complex operations and where the Bank has more limited implementation support presence such as in Solomon Islands, Kiribati, Samoa and Tonga.
Background/General description
The World Bank’s Pacific department (EACNF) covers twelve countries (Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Tuvalu, and Vanuatu) and is home to more fragile and conflict-affected states than any other region outside of Africa. Over the past few years, the Bank has substantially scaled-up its program and field presence in the Pacific, with a focus on initiatives that address the challenges of fragility, isolation, size and limited capacity, and create a foothold for wider development engagement with emphasis on country-specific strategies along three axes: (i) encouraging regional/global integration; (ii) building resilience against external shocks; and (iii) promoting economic reform and private sector development.
Total new Bank commitments to the Pacific in FY12 (including both IDA and trust funds) amounted to slightly over $116m, the highest annual level ever, and commitments of over $200m over the past 4 years are more than total cumulative commitments prior to the beginning of IDA15.
This large and rapid increase in size of the Pacific Department’s portfolio in a fragile and capacity-constrained environment means that managing the portfolio requires additional support to client countries. With support from the Korean Economic and Peace Building Transitions Trust Fund, the Bank is piloting and documenting innovative approaches that address development projects implementation challenges in Fragile and Small States. The Pacific department aims to capture and disseminate the outcomes and lessons of these initiatives to promote a more comprehensive understanding of the dynamics of fragility, remoteness and size, and develop effective strategic and operational approaches to help build national capacity. Therefore, the Department is seeking to hire an Extended-Term Consultant to work closely with client countries to support them in implementing Bank projects.
The Specialist will report to the Pacific Department Portfolio and Operations Manager who, jointly with the Department’s Operations team such as Procurement, Financial Management and Legal, will design quarterly work programs.

Duties and Accountabilities
• Facilitate the design and establishment of implementation arrangements (including, as necessary, the initial set-up of Project Implementation Units).
• In close consultation with the Task Team Leader and appropriate team members of each project:
o Assist implementing agencies on overall project management and implementation.
o Assist implementing agencies in the preparation of procurement plans, bidding documents and providing overall advice on compliance with World Bank procurement policies including the development of contract management and project filing procedures.
o Advise implementation agencies on compliance with Bank Financial Management requirements including the preparation of Interim Financial Reports and the contracting and submission of project audits.
o Assist the implementing agency in the preparation of documentation required to support project restructuring / completion / evaluation / additional financing.
o Monitor and report on remedial actions which task teams have developed to address project problems and on risk mitigation measures incorporated into the project.
• Pilot innovative approaches to implementation and link implementing units to broader Bank knowledge in procurement and financial management.
• Document periodically, in writing, key lessons learned during project implementation in the Pacific and innovative approaches which the Bank can extend to other low capacity countries.
Selection criteria
• Master’s degree in engineering, economics, business administration, finance or other field related to the management of large development projects;
• At least five years of combined experience in the World Bank, other international institutions/ /or government in the implementation of donor-funded development projects;
• Solid track record in developing and nurturing close working relationships with development projects implementation units;
• Drive for results, curiosity, creativity and ability to think innovatively;
• High level of energy, initiative and flexibility in quickly adjusting to changing work program requirements; and
• Excellent oral and written communication skills, in particular ability to effectively dialogue with and relate to clients and stakeholders
The complete terms of reference are available on the World Bank website.
The World Bank Group is committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality, culture and educational background. Individuals with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply.
Qualified candidates may apply on-line at http://www.worldbank.org/jobs and choose vacancy #131581 under Current Job Openings.
The closing date is Saturday, 20 July 2013
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 12 июл 2013, 08:23

JOB OPPORTUNITIES:
Applications are invited for the following positions with SPREP at Apia. The Secretariat has some exciting and challenging opportunities for qualified professionals who are interested to be part of one of the world’s leading regional environmental organisations based in Apia, Samoa with more than 60 staff recruited from around the world.
WASTE MANAGEMENT & POLLUTION CONTROL
• EDF10 Hazardous Waste Project Manager (HWPM)
• EDF10 Hazardous Waste Project Officer (HWPO)

Applications close: Friday 2nd August 2013
Full details on responsibilities, requirements, remuneration packages and lodging an application can be contacting Jolynn Managreve-Fepuleai on telephone: +685 21929 Ext. 325, Fax: +685 20231, or direct Email: jolynnf@sprep.org
SPREP is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 13 сен 2013, 13:39

Cook Islands Government
Senior Policy and Research Officer Programme Development Manager
Development Coordination Division, MFEM
The Development Coordination Division (DCD) of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management is a dynamic team responsible for providing effective and efficient management of Official Development Assistance to support achieving the Cook Island National Sustainable Development Plan.
Due to internal promotions, we are now looking for two, 2 year fixed term positions –
1) Snr Policy Research Officer responsible for research, analysis and implementation of the National ODA policy to continue improving aid effectiveness in the Cook Islands; and
2) Programme Development Manager to provide technical advice and support to ODA programmes
These are both excellent career opportunities as you will be involved in programmes of National importance, driving improved outcomes for the progression of the Cook Islands.
To view the position descriptions, please go to the government website using this link: http://www.mfem.gov.ck and send your CV and covering letter to peter.tierney@cookislands.gov.ck
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INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT PROCUREMENT NOTICE
Date: 9/09/2013
Reference Number: PN/38901-031-13
Country: Fiji
Project name: International Consultant on Media Self-regulation Mechanisms
Period of assignment/services: 20 days between October and November 2013
Duty Station: Home Based
Proposal should be submitted at C/-UNDP, Private Mail Bag, Suva, Fiji or by email to procurement.fj@undp.org no later than COB 27September 2013 (2pm – Fiji Time). Any request for clarification must be sent in writing, or by standard electronic communication to the address or e-mail indicated above. UNDP will respond in writing or by standard electronic mail and will send written copies of the response, including an explanation of the query without identifying the source of inquiry, to all consultants.
1. BACKGROUND
In the context of UNESCO's efforts to increase the freedom of the media, access to information and to use communication as a means of achieving sustainable development in the Pacific, and UNDP's programs promoting human rights and freedom of expression, the two organizations, in partnership with the Pacific Freedom Forum, have decided to undertake a feasibility study on establishing a regional media self-regulation mechanism for the Pacific.

2. SCOPE OF WORK, RESPONSIBILITIES AND DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPOSED ANALYTICAL WORK
The overall aim of the feasibility study is to enable an informed discussion among media stakeholders about possible self-regulation mechanisms at the regional level with a view of exploring viable options to establish such a mechanism in the Pacific
The objective of the feasibility study is to present and discuss the various models of self-regulation mechanisms; their advantages and disadvantages based on lessons learnt from existing mechanisms; based on consultations with media and development partners in the Pacific; and taking to account a possible need to adapt these to the Pacific region.

For detailed Terms of Reference refer Annex 1

3. REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPERIENCE AND QUALFICATION

Education
 Advanced University degree in journalism, law, human rights law, ethics, international development or related area;
Experience
 10 years of relevant professional experience in the area of journalism, media development, media regulation, human rights.
 Significant proven expertise on media self-regulation mechanisms, in particular in developing countries.
 Significant knowledge of international frameworks and guidelines relevant for media self-regulation mechanisms.
 Proven research and writing skills including a substantial number of relevant publications
 Significant experience in consulting with and taking into account views of large number of stakeholders.
 Work experience in and knowledge of the Pacific is an advantage.
 Previous experience in developing or implementing media self-regulation mechanisms is a distinct advantage.
 Relevant experience (10 years +) with specific expertise in media freedom and in particular media self-regulation mechanisms.
 Familiarity with relevant international guidelines and frameworks on media freedom and media regulation.
 Significant experience in consulting with and briefing a wide variety of stakeholders;
Competencies
 Proficiency in English. Excellent analytical, writing and report drafting skills;
 Executes day-to-day tasks systematically & efficiently;
 Uses Information Technology effectively as a tool and resource;
 Excellent communication (spoken and written) skills, including the ability to convey complex concepts and recommendations, both orally and in writing, in a clear, concise style and to deliver presentations to external audiences, including audiences unfamiliar with the technical aspect of the topic;
 Ability to interact and to establish and maintain effective and harmonious working relations both as a team member with people of different national and cultural backgrounds;
 Proven leadership skills and ability to motivate team members of different backgrounds and in different locations;
 Ability to work under high pressure;
 High degree of cultural competence;
 Seeks and applies knowledge, information, and best practices from within and outside the UN;
 Excellent organizational, coordination and interpersonal skills.

4. DOCUMENTS TO BE INCLUDED WHEN SUBMITTING PROPOSALS
Offerors should send the following:
i) Letter addressing how you meet the requirements
ii) Signed CV or P11 form provided including names of at least 2 referees
iii) Letter confirming availability and Interest using UNDP template
iv) Financial Proposal (which includes breakdown of professional fees, travel (only economy class air-fares), living expenses (if applicable) for the duty station and any other miscellaneous cost that may be incurred during the duration of the consultancy.) The financial proposal must be submitted separately from other documents.

The P11 form and Template for confirming availability and interest is available on the UNDP Fiji website (www.undp.org.fj).

Lump sum contracts
The financial proposal shall specify a total lump sum amount, and payment terms around specific and measurable (qualitative and quantitative) deliverables (i.e. whether payments fall in instalments or upon completion of the entire contract). Payments are based upon output, i.e. upon delivery of the services specified in the TOR. In order to assist the requesting unit in the comparison of financial proposals, the financial proposal will include a breakdown of this lump sum amount (including travel, living expenses, and number of anticipated working days).

Travel;
All envisaged travel costs must be included in the financial proposal. This includes all travel to join duty station/repatriation travel. In general, UNDP should not accept travel costs exceeding those of an economy class ticket. Should the IC wish to travel on a higher class he/she should do so using their own resources.
In the case of unforeseeable travel, payment of travel costs including tickets, lodging and terminal expenses should be agreed upon, between the respective business unit and Individual Consultant, prior to travel and will be reimbursed.

5. EVALUATION
Cumulative analysis
The proposals will be evaluated using the cumulative analysis method with a split 70% technical and 30% financial scoring. The proposal with the highest cumulative scoring will be awarded the contract.

Applications will be evaluated technically and points are attributed based on how well the proposal meets the requirements of the Terms of Reference using the guidelines detailed in the table below:

When using this weighted scoring method, the award of the contract should be made to the individual consultant whose offer has been evaluated and determined as:
a) responsive/compliant/acceptable, and
b) Having received the highest score out of a pre-determined set of weighted technical and financial criteria specific to the solicitation.
* Technical Criteria weighting; 70%
* Financial Criteria weighting; 30%
Only candidates obtaining a minimum of 49points (out of 70) for the technical criteria would be considered for the Financial Evaluation
Criteria Weight Max. Point
Technical 70% 70
i) Qualification
 Advanced University degree in journalism, law, human rights law, ethics, international development or related area; 10
ii) Experience
 10 years of relevant professional experience in the area of journalism, media development, media regulation, human rights.
 Significant proven expertise on media self-regulation mechanisms, in particular in developing countries.
 Significant knowledge of international frameworks and guidelines relevant for media self-regulation mechanisms.
 Proven research and writing skills including a substantial number of relevant publications
 Significant experience in consulting with and taking into account views of large number of stakeholders.
 Work experience in and knowledge of the Pacific is an advantage.
 Previous experience in developing or implementing media self-regulation mechanisms is a distinct advantage.
 Relevant experience (10 years +) with specific expertise in media freedom and in particular media self-regulation mechanisms.
 Familiarity with relevant international guidelines and frameworks on media freedom and media regulation.
 Significant experience in consulting with and briefing a wide variety of stakeholders;
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iii) Competencies
 Proficiency in English. Excellent analytical, writing and report drafting skills;
 Executes day-to-day tasks systematically & efficiently;
 Uses Information Technology effectively as a tool and resource;
 Excellent communication (spoken and written) skills, including the ability to convey complex concepts and recommendations, both orally and in writing, in a clear, concise style and to deliver presentations to external audiences, including audiences unfamiliar with the technical aspect of the topic;
 Ability to interact and to establish and maintain effective and harmonious working relations both as a team member with people of different national and cultural backgrounds;
 Proven leadership skills and ability to motivate team members of different backgrounds and in different locations;
 Ability to work under high pressure;
 High degree of cultural competence;
 Seeks and applies knowledge, information, and best practices from within and outside the UN;
• Excellent organizational, coordination and interpersonal skills 25
**If necessary interviews shall also be conducted as part of the technical evaluation to ascertain best value for money.
Financial 30% 30
Cumulative 100% 100

Women candidates are encouraged to apply.

Annex 1:

TERMS OF REFERENCE

International Consultant on Media Self-regulation Mechanisms

Country: Fiji
Project name: International Consultant on Media Self-regulation Mechanisms
Period of assignment/services: 20days between October and November 2013
Duty Station: Home Based

1. BACKGOUND
Media in Pacific Island countries face varying degrees of enabling policy and legislative environments. Common across the Pacific region are concerns over the quality of media reporting and the absence of common media standards and enforcement mechanisms with regards to journalism ethics and standards. These concerns are largely shared by media representatives themselves. Simultaneously, there is an increasing number of voices in the region that call for tighter regulation of the media. There is thus a risk that without functioning self-regulation mechanisms and adherence to journalism standards, Pacific media will be facing an increasingly restrictive legislative environment.

National self-regulation mechanisms to enforce media standards are non-existent currently, although efforts by development partners are underway and are likely to gain a foothold in some Pacific Island countries. At the same time, a number of media outlets across the Pacific have expressed their support for a regional media self-regulation mechanism to establish and enhance the adherence to media standards across the Pacific region. The establishment of such a regional mechanism has been promoted by the Pacific Freedom Forum.

In the context of UNESCO's efforts to increase the freedom of the media, access to information and to use communication as a means of achieving sustainable development in the Pacific, and UNDP's programs promoting human rights and freedom of expression, the two organizations, in partnership with the Pacific Freedom Forum, have decided to undertake a feasibility study on establishing a regional media self-regulation mechanism for the Pacific.

2. OBJECTIVE AND SCOPE OF WORKS
• The overall aim of the feasibility study is to enable an informed discussion among media stakeholders about possible self-regulation mechanisms at the regional level with a view of exploring viable options to establish such a mechanism in the Pacific

• The objective of the feasibility study is to present and discuss the various models of self-regulation mechanisms; their advantages and disadvantages based on lessons learnt from existing mechanisms; based on consultations with media and development partners in the Pacific; and taking to account a possible need to adapt these to the Pacific region.

• The discussion on feasibility shall include at the minimum sections on: financing and sustainability of a regional mechanism; membership and appointments; relationship vis-à-vis national self-regulation mechanisms; as well as regional standard setting and enforcement processes.

• The feasibility study shall include a clear presentation of at least two different possible media self-regulation models for the Pacific region including an outline of the process towards their establishment, and a recommendation with regards to the most appropriate model for the Pacific.

A team of two consultants (1 international, 1 national/regional consultant) will be hired to develop the feasibility study in close consultation with media stakeholders and development partners across the Pacific region. UNDP, UNESCO and PFF staff will provide additional support, quality control, and advise to the consultancy team.

The international consultant on media self-regulation mechanisms will act as the team leader and will be responsible for the following:
 Take responsibility for the overall leadership in coordinating the schedule and workload of the consultant team for the timely and high quality delivery of the feasibility study.
 Carry out a desk review of guidance documents as well as existing media self-regulation mechanisms globally, and discuss pro's and con's of existing models as well as their adaptability to the Pacific region.
 In cooperation with the national/regional consultant, develop a conceptual approach and organize in-depth consultations with media representatives, media associations, as well as development partners across the Pacific region and ensure reflection of their views in the feasibility study.
 Ensure the development of a clearly presented feasibility study that presents and discusses a regional self-regulation mechanism for the Pacific in an accessible manner and transparently takes into account the views of media and development partners consulted during the process.
 Bear responsibility for the consolidation of inputs from the national/regional consultant and for the final editing of the feasibility study.
 Bear responsibility for incorporation of views and comments from the partner organizations commissioning this consultancy.

3. EXPECTED DELIVERABLES
Activities Deliverables Number of Days
Development of concept for and outline of feasibility study Submission of feasibility study concept and outline to UNDP and incorporation of feedback 2 days
Consultation with media and development partners across Pacific region Submission of summary report of consultations including list of stakeholders consulted 4 days
Drafting of feasibility study on basis of approved proposal and outline Submission of draft feasibility study to UNDP and partner organizations 12 days
Revision of draft feasibility study taking into account comments from review team Submission of final feasibility study 2 days
TOTAL 20 days

4. SUPERVISION/REPORTING
This is a consultancy managed by UNDP Pacific Centre, UNESCO. The consultant will report to UNDP Pacific Centre.

5. PAYMENTS
• 20% upon delivery of concept and annotated outline
• 20% upon submission of consultation report
• 35% upon submission of draft feasibility study
• 25% upon delivery of final feasibility study

6. REQUIREMENT FOR QUALIFICATION & EXPERIENCE
Education
 Advanced University degree in journalism, law, human rights law, ethics, international development or related area;
Experience
 10 years of relevant professional experience in the area of journalism, media development, media regulation, human rights.
 Significant proven expertise on media self-regulation mechanisms, in particular in developing countries.
 Significant knowledge of international frameworks and guidelines relevant for media self-regulation mechanisms.
 Proven research and writing skills including a substantial number of relevant publications
 Significant experience in consulting with and taking into account views of large number of stakeholders.
 Work experience in and knowledge of the Pacific is an advantage.
 Previous experience in developing or implementing media self-regulation mechanisms is a distinct advantage.
 Relevant experience (10 years +) with specific expertise in media freedom and in particular media self-regulation mechanisms.
 Familiarity with relevant international guidelines and frameworks on media freedom and media regulation.
 Significant experience in consulting with and briefing a wide variety of stakeholders;

Competencies
 Proficiency in English. Excellent analytical, writing and report drafting skills;
 Executes day-to-day tasks systematically & efficiently;
 Uses Information Technology effectively as a tool and resource;
 Excellent communication (spoken and written) skills, including the ability to convey complex concepts and recommendations, both orally and in writing, in a clear, concise style and to deliver presentations to external audiences, including audiences unfamiliar with the technical aspect of the topic;
 Ability to interact and to establish and maintain effective and harmonious working relations both as a team member with people of different national and cultural backgrounds;
 Proven leadership skills and ability to motivate team members of different backgrounds and in different locations;
 Ability to work under high pressure;
 High degree of cultural competence;
 Seeks and applies knowledge, information, and best practices from within and outside the UN;
 Excellent organizational, coordination and interpersonal skills.

Applications:
Applicants should express their interest in being considered for the above posts, by emailing their CVs and letter of application to procurement.fj@undp.org. The deadline for submitting applications is 2pm Friday27thSeptember, 2013(Fiji time). Applicants should indicate the post being applied for (International Consultant on Media Self-regulation Mechanisms) in the subject line of the email.
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