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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 18 сен 2013, 08:28

The Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS) at the University of Wollongong is seeking to appoint a Research Fellow to undertake research in Community Based Fisheries Management in the Pacific Islands Region, focusing on Kiribati. You will be located in Wollongong, but require extensive travel in the Pacific islands region.
The research project is a key component in a broad programme of research in development that seeks to transform the coastal fisheries of PICs. Transformation of fisheries will come from the alignment of many strands of endeavour including better local management and linking local and national scale governance. A transformed coastal fishery sector will enable governments to achieve their ambition of sustainable and secure inshore fisheries and aquatic resources. This project seeks to improve rural lives through the vehicle of community-based fisheries management (CBFM).
The aim of this project is to develop and nurture the structures, processes and capacity to implement and sustain national programmes of CBFM in Kiribati, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.
Further information and a full job description is available at: http://uow.employment.com.au/jobs/Research-Fellow/900
For further information, please contact Myree Michell on + 61 2 4221 4883.
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 18 сен 2013, 08:29

Request for Proposal (RFP)
Project Management Services for the Bonriki Inundation Vulnerability (BIVA) Project
In partnership with the Australian Government, the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) has developed a proposal to conduct a vulnerability assessment of the freshwater lens to coastal hazards and climate variability and change on the Bonriki water reserve at Tarawa, Kiribati. The specific objective of the Bonriki Inundation Vulnerability (BIVA) Project is to improve our understanding of the vulnerability of the Bonriki freshwater reserve to coastal hazards and climate variability and change.
The main results of the Project are as follows:
Biophysical characteristics and infrastructure assets of the study area mapped
Coastal inundation sources assessed
Coastal inundation extents quantified
Numerical groundwater model developed and calibrated
Options for adaptation to reduce risk and vulnerability of the freshwater lens provided
Project is visibility to stakeholders and results are communicated
Project managed and coordinated
The AUD 1.4M BIVA Project is a multidisciplinary project that consists of several components including a coastal component, a groundwater component, and communications and stakeholder engagement component. External expertise will also be drawn from specialists overseas, for example Australia and Europe. The Project Manager's role will therefore be challenging as he or she will have to coordinate technically specialised professionals that have limited experience in working together and are geographically dispersed. The Project also has a very ambitious timelines, further adding to challenges and the need for proactive project management.
The consultancy is to commence as soon as possible and continue to the Project's completion date of December 2014. The consultancy will be based in Suva and will require frequent travel to Tarawa, Kiribati.
For any additional information or clarification on the RFP, send e-mail request to procurement@spc.int . The closing date for submission of proposals is 4.00pm (Fiji Time) on 30th September 2013, and the proposals need to be marked “CONFIDENTIAL” and addressed by mail to:
Request for Proposal (RFP 13/56)
Secretariat of the Pacific Community
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Suva
FIJI ISLANDS
or hand delivered to SPC offices at 3 Luke Street Nabua, Suva.
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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 18 сен 2013, 08:31

COLLEGE OF MICRONESIA – FSM
P.O. Box 159, Kolonia, Pohnpei
Federated States of Micronesia 96941
Tel: (691)320-2480/2481/2482 (Ext. 138) &n bsp; Fax: (691)320-2479) 320-8181 (Direct Line) Direct Fax: 320-2972
Office of Vice President for Cooperative Research and Extension
Date: 09.16.13
SUBJECT: Consultant Procurement Notice for 3 Individuals or one Team
Country: Federated States of Micronesia
Period of work: 30 day consultancy – 4 training days per state plus travel and preparation
Time of work: February, 2014
Title of the Project: Training Toward Transition of Subsistence Farmers to the Market
Economy
Context and Need: Most of the food production capacity in the FSM is through Subsistence farming – providing for the family and for social obligations. A substantial part of the GDP goes for the importation of food products, some of which could be locally produced or substituted. At this same time, all Micronesians are experiencing a changing lifestyle, higher demand for cash for education, health services or other previously unexpected needs. Inter-linking the two observations indicates an opportunity for subsistence farmers to gain some cash through entering in some way, the market economy.
Description of assignment: A team of consultants is required to prepare and present four days of Professional Development Training to Agriculture Extension and related science or technology agents for state agencies, college outreach and Non-Governmental organizations. The four days will be repeated in each of the four states of the Federated States of Micronesia beginning in Kosrae and continuing to Pohnpei, Chuuk and Yap.
This professional development training will focus on the following three areas:
1. Farm Business Management – Economics and Planning
2. Best Management Practices - to provide quality marketable produce
3. Food Safety and Hygiene – from field to table
Individual consultants must be willing to work as a team
Interested individuals or companies should submit electronically; letters of interest including qualifications, travel costs and proposed consulting fee to: Jim Currie jimc@comfsm.fm
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Serg from Piter писал(а) 18 сен 2013, 08:31:COLLEGE OF MICRONESIA – FSM
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Сергей, а Вы живете и работаете в Океании? Есть там возможности трудоустройства специалистам гуманитарного профиля (финансистам, юристам, менеджерам и т.д.)? Насколько признают наше образование в принципе??
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 30 сен 2013, 09:33

[quote= Сергей, а Вы живете и работаете в Океании? Есть там возможности трудоустройства специалистам гуманитарного профиля (финансистам, юристам, менеджерам и т.д.)? Насколько признают наше образование в принципе??[/quote]
гуманитариям ест вакансии в вузах (южного тихого океана и колледжах микронезии и маршалловых островов) дипломы, вроде, признают при соответствующем оформлении (нотариальный перевод, апостиль и проч) особенно это относится к медикам.
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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 30 сен 2013, 09:38

вакансия на моих любимых островах кука:
MINISTRY OF MARINE RESOURCES
GOVERNMENT OF THE COOK ISLANDS
Laboratory Manager – ISO 17025 Accreditation
If interested and qualified, please send a resume and cover letter to: t.weier@mmr.gov.ck
Terms of Reference
Background Information
In 2012 the estimated value of Cook Islands caught fish was $40 million, however of the 11,000 tons caught only 200 tons were offloaded in Rarotonga, all to be sold locally. The remaining 10,800 tons were certified and processed for sale overseas because the Cook Islands lack a laboratory capable of issuing health certificates which meet international standards.
The Ministry of Marine Resources (MMR) currently operates a successful environmental monitoring laboratory and would like to add food safety processing to its’ capabilities. However, food safety testing requires more rigorous techniques and standards than those currently achievable by the MMR laboratory. Extensive training is required to incorporate the new food safety testing methodologies to the current knowledge base and bring the MMR staff competence up to a level acceptable for ISO 17025 accreditation, the international standard required for food safety testing.
The MMR is looking to recruit an experienced Laboratory Manager for a fixed term contract of 11 months to oversee the establishment of a Food Safety Testing laboratory compliant with the internationally recognized ISO 17025 accreditation standards.
Technical Assistance - Terms of References (ToRs)
1. Establish standardized Quality Control and record keeping procedures for the Ministry of Marine Resources laboratory compliant with international standards.
2. Oversee the development of a food safety and product tracking database in collaboration with the SPC.
3. Develop a comprehensive Food Safety Testing Methods Manual and train all local staff how to perform basic food microbiological and chemical assessments, including at a minimum:
- Histamine
- E. coli
- Total Viable Count
4. Oversee the ISO 17025 Accreditation process for the MMR laboratory, including certification of laboratory staff.
5. Training of permanent staff to take over laboratory management upon completion of the contract.
6. Preparation of quarterly status reports to be provided to all stakeholders outlining progress towards the aforementioned goals.
Remuneration: Annual salary $120,000 NZ + commensurate with experience. Expenses for round-trip international flights up to $2,700 will be covered, as well as a local housing stipend of up to $14,400 while on Rarotonga
Required Qualifications of the Technical Assistant
1. Specialist/technical skills and/or knowledge or expertise
ISO 17025 standards and accreditation requirements (biological & chemical)
Food safety testing methodologies (specifically seafood)
Familiarity with requirements for international export of seafood
2. Job Description
Implement standardized testing methodologies for fresh and frozen tuna.
Write a Food Safety Testing Methods Manual.
Create & implement a maintenance and calibration record keeping system.
Train all MMR lab staff in food safety testing methodologies.
Assist SPC staff in development of a Food Safety database.
Develop a sampling regime for batch testing of tuna product.
Oversee upgrades to the MMR lab facility to comply with ISO17025 standards.
Train all MMR lab staff in quality assurance .
Arrange and oversee the ISO 17025 accreditation process .
3. Qualifications
Minimum: Degree or higher in Food Science or Microbiology
Desirable: Post-graduate microbiology degree
4. Skills
- food handling
- laboratory organization & management
- microbiology testing
- quality control and internal auditing
- record keeping
- knowledge transfer
5. Personal Attributes
Leadership – the successful applicant will demonstrate the ability to plan and implement work programs as well as communicate and liaise with various stakeholders.
Independence – the successful applicant will be a self-starter with a demonstrated history of taking initiative. Must be able to work independently with little to no supervision.
Organization – the successful applicant must be someone with a strong sense of punctuality and the ability to create simple, intuitive organization schemes.
Assertive – the successful applicant will be outgoing and assertive with a track record of success.
6. Experience
Minimum: experience with the ISO 17025 accreditation process; 2 years experience with food safety testing; 5 years experience working in biological laboratories.
Desirable: 1+ years experience as an ISO 17025 assessor; 5+ years experience working in an ISO 17025 accredited laboratory facility; 2+ years experience in a food safety testing laboratory
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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 29 ноя 2013, 13:19

несколько позиций для АйТишников в университете южного тихого океана:
THE UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC (USP)
6 ICT Positions:
Systems Engineer
Manager Cyber Security
Manager Information Communication Technology (ICT) Centre
ICT Outreach Coordinator
Analyst Programmer
Assistant Analyst Programmer


Systems Engineer
OFFICE OF THE VICE CHANCELLOR PRESIDENT
Information Technology Services - FCC049
Build a legacy with us!
The USP is one of two regional universities in the world and is the leading tertiary education provider and research facility in the South Pacific. With over 21,000 students around the Pacific region, we are supported by 12 Pacific Island Countries; Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Niue, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.
In order to supplement USP’s research, teaching and learning objectives, USP IT Services operates one of the most extensive ICT networks in the Pacific region utilizing cutting edge ICT technology including a hybrid terrestrial/VSAT WAN network, multiple data centre infrastructure housing extensive Linux and Windows server systems, and one of the regions fastest internet backbone connections to the Australian Academic and Research Network (AARNET).
The Opportunity
An opportunity exists within the Enterprise Systems group, for a dynamic IT professional to work in a team using leading edge technologies in a multi-campus setting. Reporting to the Manager, Enterprise Systems Network Infrastructure and acting as the leading technical specialist in the Server Systems area, the Systems Engineer will provide expertise and be accountable for server technology architecture by way of design, development and delivery associated with the corporate Linux/Unix and Windows server infrastructure within a multi-campus environment. Currently this group manages a private virtual cloud with over 200 servers and a very large storage area network with a user population of around 30,000.
The Person We Seek
Applicants must have
· A degree in Computing Science/Information Systems/Engineering with preferably a Postgraduate Qualification in Computing Science/Information Systems/Engineering.
· Advanced level Red Hat Linux certification and experience in cloud based virtual environment is a must.
· Extensive experience in all aspects of the management of server operating systems in a large infrastructure environment with over 200 Linux, Unix and Windows serves
· Extensive experience managing a multi-site Microsoft Active Directory environment in an enterprise of 10000+users
· Familiarity with identity management and AD integration with Linux is an advantage and must have a Group Policy management
· Knowledge and experience in managing and configuration of specific server based applications: SQL, BIND, Postfix, Samba, Squid, DHCP, Firewalls, VPN, Spamassassin, Webmail, Pop3, IMAP, Apache, Radius, Nagios, Snort, Cups
· Have knowledge and experience in storage environment including fiber and iSCSI based storage area networks (SAN), Network attached storage (NAS), tape libraries, backup and restoring technologies on Linux, Unix and Windows Servers.
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
Closing date for applications 6 December 2013
Enquiries: Fereti Atalifo, ITS; ph: (679) 32 32491; email: fereti.atalifo@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 ... Find=51820 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 also include the following documents in your application: Cover letter and Resume clearly addressing key Selection Criteria, academic transcript and names of three referees, one of which must be your current or most recent direct work supervisor.


Manager Cyber Security
OFFICE OF THE VICE CHANCELLOR PRESIDENT
Information Technology Services - FCC099
Build a legacy with us!
The USP is one of two regional universities in the world and is the leading tertiary education provider and research facility in the South Pacific. With over 21,000 students around the Pacific region, we are supported by 12 Pacific Island Countries; Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Niue, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.
The Information Technology Services (ITS) section at The USP 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 the region with 10,000 ports across 20 sites serving 20,000 users.
The Opportunity
The Cyber Security Manager is a new position and will have the unique opportunity to lead security, all the way from developing policies and implementation protocols to assessment and communication related to security of IT assets and university data. The most important communication function of this position will be to generate a cohesive security environment for USP. Part of this role will include making sure USP Data and Systems are protected from potential security risk, being responsible for all IT security matters at USP and working with the BANNER Executive to ensure security of data.
The Person We Seek
Applicants must have:
· A Masters degree in a relevant discipline area or a first degree with 8 years of experience in cyber security
· Must have International Information Systems Security Certificate consortium (ISC) or Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
· At least 5 years of working experience in a similar level
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) 3232081; email: Kisione.finau@usp.ac.fj
Closing date for applications 6 December 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=51821 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 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.


Manager Information Communication Technology (ICT) Centre
OFFICE OF THE VICE CHANCELLOR PRESIDENT
Information Technology Services - Ref. FCC094
Build a legacy with us!
The University of the South Pacific (USP) is one of two regional universities in the world and is the leading tertiary education provider and research facility in the South Pacific. With over 21,000 students around the Pacific region, we are supported by 12 Pacific Island Countries; Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Niue, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.
The Opportunity
The University of the South Pacific is seeking a Manager for the Japan Pacific ICT Centre.
The appointee will be responsible for:
· Developing the Business Plan 2013-2018 and developing annual plans and make sure the Centre is sustainable.
· Developing Centre into a self sustaining entity
· Lead and direct the provision of high quality staff under the ICT Centre to be more innovative in order to enhance the utilization of IT at USP and the region through training and research.
· Streamlining, coordinating and enhancing the operations of the ICT Centre. Especially with some of the Pacific ICT initiatives are based at the Centre such as (PiRRC, PacCERT and PITA).
· Developing and looking after all properties of the Center, Multipurpose theatre, incubator, test bed facility and make sure there are fully utilized.
· Seek incubation opportunities for business in the Centre
· Manage space utilization of the Centre for profit basis
· Project management experiences
· Marketing experiences
The Person We Seek
· Master’s degree in ICT relevant or Business discipline areas and 5 years relevant experience OR a First degree in ICT relevant areas with 8 years of experiences in this work. The candidate must be business oriented into in digital knowledge of ICT.
· Good networking contacts in the ICT policy field in the Pacific, enthusiasm for networking and be an inclusive network builder
· Has some experience in research and research coordination; capacity building, and strategic communications in those areas
· Be innovative, creative, and entrepreneurial
Remuneration
The position is available for a term of three years and may be renewed by mutual agreement.
Salary Range: Band 3 FJD$59,813 to FJD$78,700 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.
Please note the salary scale may be subject to change pending the outcome of the Job Evaluation Review.
Enquiries: Mr. Kisione Finau, ph: (679) 323 2081; email: finau_k@usp.ac.fj
Closing date for applications: 13th December 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=51852 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 also include the following documents in your application: Cover letter and Resume clearly addressing key Selection Criteria, academic transcript and names of three referees, one of which must be your current or most recent direct work supervisor.


ICT Outreach Coordinator
OFFICE OF THE VICE CHANCELLOR PRESIDENT
Information Technology Services - FCC101
Build a legacy with us!
The University of the South Pacific (USP) is one of two regional universities in the world and is the leading tertiary education provider and research facility in the South Pacific. With over 21,000 students around the Pacific region, we are supported by 12 Pacific Island Countries; Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Niue, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.
The University of the South Pacific has taken a leading role as chair of the ICT Working Group of the Council of Regional Organizations in the Pacific. This working group spearheads the Framework for Action on ICT for Development in the Pacific, recognising that ICT plays a critical role in the efforts of countries to meet the Millennium Development Goals. For those countries’ continued development it is critical that vibrant and market-driven ICT sectors are established.
The Opportunity
This position will help USP in planning, directing, and managing the activities and operations of the USP IT Outreach initiative. The ICT Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for the development and implementation of programmes in collaboration with existing stakeholders and programs, based on the Pacific Plan and the ICT Framework. We are looking for someone with extensive experience in the ICT policy field in the Pacific, strong collaboration, networking and outreach skills and experience and expertise in advocacy, research, capacity building and strategic communications.
The Person We Seek
· Master’s degree in ICT relevant discipline areas and 5 years relevant experience OR a First degree in ICT relevant areas with 8 years of experiences in writing technology policies and position papers
· Demonstrated ability and experience in managing an ICT office.
· Good networking contacts in the ICT policy field in the Pacific, enthusiasm for networking and be an inclusive network builder
· Be innovative, creativities, approachable and energetic
Remuneration
The position is available for a term of three years and may be renewed by mutual agreement.
Salary Range: Band 3 FJD$59,813 to FJD$78,700 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.
Please note the salary scale may be subject to change pending the outcome of the Job Evaluation Review.
Enquiries: Mr. Kisione Finau, ph: (679) 323 2081; fax: (679) 323 1533; email: finau_k@usp.ac.fj
Closing date for applications: 13th December 2013


Analyst Programmer
OFFICE OF THE VICE CHANCELLOR PRESIDENT
Information Technology Services – FCC052
The Opportunity
The Analyst Programmer will join the Management and Information Systems Section of IT Services, and will be responsible for developing, implementing and providing support for in-house enterprise applications and Ellucian Banner Higher Education ERP associated components through analysis, designing, programming, testing, documenting of applications and will train users.
The Person We Seek
Applicants with a Bachelor's degree majoring in Computer Science/Information Systems with emphasis on Web Applications Programming with 8 years current working experience in this field OR Master’s degree in CS/IS with at least 5 years similar relevant experience.
In addition they must have:
• Programmed in C, C++ and Cobol
• Programmed in ASP.NET environment with C#
• Programmed in PHP, PERL, Java or Grails
• Written SQL and PL/SQL extensively
• Used and developed UI’s using Oracle Forms 6i or 10g or equivalent
• Used and developed reports using Oracle Report Writer 10g or equivalent
• Developed Web Applications
• PHP Scripting, Perl Scripting, ASP Scripting, Java Scripting
• Worked with MySQL, MS SQL Server 2000, 2005 or 2008
• Worked with Oracle Server 9i, 10g or 11g
Preference will be given to applicants with some knowledge of Higher Educational Systems, HR Payroll and Finance Management/Accounting software, Process and Application Design software, IDE software, Internet software, Project Management software, PowerPoint, Spreadsheet and Word Processing software.
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)
Please note the salary scale is subject to change pending the outcome of the Job Evaluation Review.
Enquiries: Josese Ravuvu, ITS; ph: (679) 32 32494; email: josese.ravuvu@usp.ac.fj
Closing date for applications 27 December 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 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 also include the following documents in your application: Cover letter and Resume clearly addressing key Selection Criteria, academic transcript and names of three referees, one of which must be your current or most recent direct work supervisor.


Assistant Analyst Programmer
OFFICE OF THE VICE CHANCELLOR PRESIDENT
Information Technology Services – FCC038
The Opportunity
The appointee will join the Management and Information Systems Section of IT Services, and will assist in developing, implementing and providing support for In-house enterprise applications and Sungard Banner Higher Education ERP associated components through analysis, designing, programming, testing, documenting of applications and training users.
The Person We Seek
Applicants must have
· A Degree in Computer Science/Information Systems and 5 years’ experience in Applications Programming, or relevant non-degree qualification and 10 years relevant experience or a Master’s Degree in CS/IS and 3 years relevant work experience.
· Worked in a large multi-user environment that uses Oracle RDBMS Server, Ms SQL Server or equivalent
· Developed Web Applications
· Good communication skills in English (Oral and written)
· The ability to work with minimum supervision
Preference will be given to applicants with current experience in ASP.NET 2.0 or higher, C#, JAVA scripting; Perl, PHP scripting; has strong SQL experience; used Transact-SQL and PL/SQL, SQL*Plus; worked with MySQL, MS-SQL Server 2000 or higher and Oracle RDBMS Server 10g/11g; created reports using Oracle Report Writer or equivalent; created forms using Oracle Forms 9i/10g; experience in a Windows 2003 and Linux environment; and has worked with Sungard Banner Higher Education System or similar ERP applications.
Remuneration
The position is available for a term of three years and may be renewed by mutual agreement.
Salary Range: Band 2 F$48 388 to F$58 066 per annum (Inclusive of 15% Gratuity)
Please note the salary scale is subject to change pending the outcome of the Job Evaluation Review.
Enquiries: Josese Ravuvu, ITS; ph: (679) 32 32494; email: josese.ravuvu@usp.ac.fj
Closing date for applications 27 December 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=51863 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 also include the following documents in your application: Cover letter and Resume clearly addressing key Selection Criteria, academic transcript 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 Serg from Piter » 13 дек 2013, 10:32

работа от всемирного банка на кирибати:
The World Bank – Asian Development Bank
Liaison Officer - Kiribati
The World Bank Group (WBG) and Asian Development Bank (ADB) provide financial and technical assistance to countries throughout the world and Asia respectively to catalyze economic growth and eliminate poverty.
The World Bank Pacific Department is managed from a regional hub office in Sydney under the leadership of a Country Director. The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the WBG’s private sector arm, also manages its Pacific program from Sydney under the leadership of a Regional Manager. The ADB South Pacific Sub Regional Office (SPSO) is located in Suva. These offices assist in the implementation of projects and programs, in project processing, country programming and economic and sector work.
The World Bank Group and ADB are seeking a Liaison Officer to be based in Tarawa, Kiribati. The liaison officer will be responsible for supporting the government in implementing its national development strategy and facilitating strengthened coordination among ADB, the World Bank Group and the government, and in promoting aid coordination more broadly.
The position is initially as a Short Term Consultant under contract with the World Bank for 150 days with the possibility of extension given satisfactory performance and workload requirements.
The position will report contractually to the WBG Senior Country Officer for the Pacific Island in Sydney while also liaising informally with the ADB Pacific Subregional Office (SPSO), Suva, Fiji Islands and the IFC Regional Manager in Sydney.
Selection Criteria:
· Ideally the successful candidate will have a master's degree in a relevant field, such as economics or specific sectoral areas in which the World Bank Group and/or ADB areengaged, or an equivalent combination of education and professional experience;
· At least 5 years experience in public policy, economics/public financial management, program administration, evaluation, or country programming;
· Preferably experience in program/ project management;
· Excellent written and oral communication skills in English;
· Experience working in government organizations, fiscal, economic and development aid management agencies, with past involvement in public relations and information dissemination being an advantage;
· Widespread networks within the Kiribati government, non-government organizations and the private sector and an ability to engage at a senior level with these parties;
· An understanding of multilateral development bank policies and processes;
· Strong interpersonal and supervisory skills and ability to work independently;
· Computer skills, especially in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel;
· Familiarity with Pacific culture and institutions.
Please send your application to: Ryan F. Gunawan – HR Analyst, The World Bank via email: rgunawan@worldbankgroup.org
The closing date is 23 December, 2013
All applications will be treated confidentially and only short listed candidates will receive responses.
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Valdemar Arne » 28 авг 2014, 15:04

А экологи нужны в Океании?
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 01 сен 2014, 11:03

Valdemar Arne писал(а) 28 авг 2014, 15:04:А экологи нужны в Океании?

да, очень часто видел вакансии. и ещё- поищите на сайтах оон-овских организаций.
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Sunchaser » 13 сен 2014, 19:14

Serg from Piter писал(а) 01 сен 2014, 11:03:да, очень часто видел вакансии. и ещё- поищите на сайтах оон-овских организаций.


Где очень часто (экологи)? не подскажите...
Отпусти мне грехи мои, если не пользовался я расширенным поиском.
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение ElviraIsh » 25 янв 2015, 17:54

А со специальностям туристического и гостиничного менеджмента, и дипломом переводчика?
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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 25 янв 2015, 20:59

ElviraIsh писал(а) 25 янв 2015, 17:54:А со специальностям туристического и гостиничного менеджмента, и дипломом переводчика?

нужно поискать на сайтах крупных ресортов, там реально часто видел вакансии.
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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 10 июн 2015, 14:10

Today's Topics:
1. No. 15/34 - Application Developer (Efi Rex)
2. No. 15/35 - Ship Safety Training Officer (Efi Rex)
3. No. 15/36 - Economic Geologist (Efi Rex)
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Date: Fri, 5 Jun 2015 00:36:46 +0000
Application Developer
Ref: 15-34
Grade: Band 10
Salary range: SDR 2,310-2 ,888 monthly
Closing date: 2 July 2015
Location: Suva, Fiji
Duration: 3 years
Are you passionate about development effectiveness and supporting Pacific Island communities to achieve their goals?
Description
SPC invites applications for the position of Application Developer in its Operations and Management Directorate, located at its regional office in Suva, Fiji.
The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) is the Pacific Island region's principal development organisation. It works with its 22 Pacific Island member countries and territories, providing technical and scientific assistance across a wide range of sectors to enhance economic, environmental, social and human development in this region.
The role of the Operations and Management Directorate (OMD) is to provide organisational governance to SPC divisions and programmes, to ensure compliance with SPC's policies. OMD operationalises the audit, risk management, financial accountability and performance management of SPC's programmes.
The role - This position focuses primarily on technological evolution and improvement of core SPC-wide applications, including providing specific advice, project management, analysis and development to the systems described above, and contributing to other technical aspects of ICT activities. The key results areas for this position are:
* Analyse and interpret user ICT requirements, with particular reference to database and programming needs for existing applications and potentially new value-adding applications.
* Assist in running the corporate ICT Helpdesk, and provide prompt, high quality support to all SPC staff and authorised network users.
* Present options and recommendations for addressing user needs, with explanation of the implications to the division (cost and benefits) of each option.
* Prepare, design, organise and coordinate training for corporate applications and other systems for SPC staff.
* Provide direct and indirect support of ICT in SPC member countries and territories.
The profile - SPC seeks an experienced and dynamic professional with strong IT systems skills and experience in software/application development, methodologies and platforms. The individual must have a strong IT background, with solid experience of data models and database development. Attributes will include strong analytical and problem solving ability, orientation to continuous improvement, keen attention to detail, a strong client focus and team orientation, and excellent communication skills, with the ability into train and support users across the business. An ability to work collaboratively in a culturally diverse environment across the organisation and with stakeholders is essential.
Key selection criteria
1. Qualifications
Tertiary qualification in computer science or a related subject, or equivalent experience.
2. Technical expertise
A minimum of five years of experience as a software/application developer or analyst, with a proven track record in programming in client-server environments (preferably Microsoft SQL Server 2008 and later, SQL, C#, Visual Basic, Access, MySQL and Microsoft .Net technologies). A minimum of five years of experience in technical project management and the successful implementation of medium to large monitoring and reporting-related applications systems. Experience with MS Project Server, Sharepoint 2010 or 2013, SQL report building, financial management and HR applications (preferably Microsoft Dynamics NAV). A strong background in the use of Microsoft office products, with demonstrated work experience in producing system and user manual documentation for deployed applications.
3. Language skills
Proficiency in English, with a working knowledge of French being an advantage.
4. Interpersonal skills and cultural awareness
Good interpersonal skills. A team player, with the ability to network and work effectively in a multicultural setting. Cultural sensitivity, and a demonstrated understanding of developing country environments. Knowledge of Pacific Island countries and territories will be an advantage.
Salary, terms and conditions
Remuneration - The Application Developer is a Band 10 position within SPC's 2015 salary scale, with a starting salary range of SDR 2,310-2,888 (special drawing rights) per month, which currently converts to approximately FJD 6,576-8,220 (USD 3,510-4,388; EUR 2,667-3,333). (Please check published daily market rates for current currency conversions.) 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. Progression within the salary scale will be based on annual performance reviews. Remuneration of expatriate SPC staff members is not subject to income tax in Fiji; however, Fiji nationals employed by SPC in Fiji will, 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).
Languages - SPC's working languages are English and French.
As an equal-opportunity employer, SPC recruits on merit, but if two interviewed candidates are ranked equally by the selection committee, preference will be given to nationals of Pacific Island countries and territories.
Application procedure
Please use SPC's online recruitment system to lodge your application: http://www.spc.int/job.html.
Please note that it is not possible to start your application via the online system, save it and return to complete it later. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that you prepare all documents and required information prior to starting your application.
If you cannot access the online recruitment system, please apply by:
* email: recruit@spc.int; or
* fax: + 687 26 38 18
For your application to be considered, you are required to provide us with:
* an updated resume;
* contact details for three professional referees (include name / title / relationship / contact details);
* a cover letter detailing your skills, experience and interest in this position; and
* a statement with your brief responses to the following tasks [400 words max. per question]:
1. Please describe your past professional roles that you consider are most relevant to the position, and indicate the number of years of relevant experience you have.
2. This position requires a results-oriented candidate, with a focus on customer service. Briefly describe a situation where you demonstrated these skills.
3. Provide an example of where you have demonstrated initiative to change or improve an information system. How did you go about making the change and how did you deal with any issues that arose?
4. Please provide three valuable life lessons you would draw upon to help you manage your workload.
Please ensure that your documents are in either Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF format.
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Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2015 04:58:43 +0000
Ship Safety Training Officer
Ref: 15-35
Grade: Band 9
Salary range: SDR 2,050-2,562 monthly
Closing date: 8 July 2015
Location: Suva, Fiji
Duration: 3 years
Are you passionate about development effectiveness and supporting Pacific Island communities to achieve their goals?
Description
SPC invites applications for the position of Ship Safety Training Officer in its Economic Development Division located at its regional office in Suva, Fiji.
The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) is the Pacific Island region's principal development organisation. It works with its 22 Pacific Island member countries and territories, providing technical and scientific assistance across a wide range of sectors to enhance economic, environmental, social and human development in this region.
Economic Development Division - The Economic Development Division (EDD) is composed of two programmes, namely Energy and Transport. The Transport Programme comprises the work of SPC's former Regional Maritime Programme, along with the development of specific capacity in aviation. The Transport Programme coordinates work on: (i) developing policy and regulatory frameworks; (ii) strengthening human resource capacity; (iii) improving connections at the national, regional and international levels; and (iv) promoting integrated data, information and knowledge.
The role - The Ship Safety Training Officer will serve the shipping sector of the Pacific Island states in an increasingly internationally regulated maritime sector by providing advice on best safe management system practices. The Officer will provide technical expertise and assistance to governments on domestic ship safety management and auditing. The role will encompass the following major functions:
* Capacity development - Develop resource material and update maritime training curricula to match international standards on safe management systems for maritime administrations, training institutes and shipping companies. Coordinate and prepare a series of in-country seminars and workshops. Regular liaison with maritime training institutes for updates on seafarer training and maintenance plan modules.
* Safety monitoring and compliance - Conduct safety audits on domestic ships. Contribute to improving effectiveness of ship safety programmes by raising awareness and assisting with safety management system implementation and audits. Provide advice and support to regulators and domestic operators to understand safety management systems and safer shipping standards.
* Technical training, advice and reporting - Provision of maritime training advice to key stakeholders. Provision of support in training module development and delivery. Analysis of training statistics relating to seafarer and non-seagoing professional employment. Contribution to population of PICT Maritime Training Institutes (MTI) and maritime administration data into the EDD database.
The profile - SPC seeks an experienced ship safety expert with previous experience in a role from within a maritime administration or shipping company. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated ability to produce high quality reports and documentation of implemented solutions. Demonstrated organisational skills with the ability to prioritise workload and complete projects within deadlines and budget constraints. Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain MS Excel databases. Demonstrated ability to successfully organise and coordinate training courses and/or audit inspections on board ships.
Key selection criteria
1. Qualifications
Senior maritime qualification such as foreign-going master or engineer or equivalent post-graduate studies in shipping.
2. Technical expertise
At least seven years' specialist experience in shipping safety and/or maritime training in the Pacific Island region. Extensive experience in a similar position within a maritime administration/training institute and/or shipping company. Management experience in the maritime sector or on ships engaged in international trade. In-depth knowledge of the requirements of SMS and/or quality management systems and their implementation requirements.
3. Language skills
Proficiency in English, with a working knowledge of French being an advantage.
4. Interpersonal skills and cultural awareness
Excellent interpersonal skills, a team player with the ability to network and work effectively in a multicultural setting. Cultural sensitivity and a demonstrated understanding of developing country environments, with knowledge of Pacific Island countries and territories being an advantage.
Salary, terms and conditions
Remuneration - The Ship Safety Training Officer is a Band 9 position within SPC's 2015 salary scale, with a starting salary range of 2,050-2,562 SDR (special drawing rights) per month, which converts to approximately FJD 5,835-7,294 (USD 3,115-3,893; EUR 2,366-2,957). [Please check published daily market rates for current currency conversions.] 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. Progression within 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).
Languages - SPC's working languages are English and French.
As an equal-opportunity employer, SPC recruits on merit, but if two interviewed candidates are ranked equal by the selection committee, preference will be given to nationals of Pacific Island countries and territories.
Application procedure
Please use SPC's online recruitment system to lodge your application: http://www.spc.int/job.html
Please note that it is not possible to start your application via the online system, save it and return to complete it later; therefore, it is strongly recommended that you prepare all documents and required information prior to starting your application.
If you cannot access the online recruitment system, please apply by:
* email: recruit@spc.int
* fax: + 687 26 38 18
For your application to be considered, you are required to provide us with:
* an updated resume
* contact details for three professional referees (include name / title / relationship / contact details)
* a cover letter detailing your skills, experience and interest in this position
* a statement with your brief responses to the following tasks:
1. What do you think are the main challenges to maritime safety in the Pacific region?
2. Please describe your experience controlling and auditing safety management systems on board vessels.
3. Please describe your experience in organising and conducting maritime-related training, workshops and seminars, in particular on ship safety.
4. How would you address issues in ship safety management?
5. What is your experience with regard to maritime training in the Pacific Region?
Important note: Please ensure your documents are in either Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF format.
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Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2015 04:59:02 +0000
Economic Geologist
Ref: 15-36
Grade: 11
Salary range: SDR 2773?3 ,467 monthly
Closing date: 12 July 2015
Location: Suva, Fiji
Duration: 1 year
Are you passionate about development effectiveness and supporting Pacific Island communities to achieve their goals?
Description
SPC invites applications for the position of Economic Geologist in its Land Resource Development Division, located at its regional office in Suva, Fiji.
The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) is the Pacific Island region?s principal development organisation. It works with its 22 Pacific Island member countries and territories, providing technical and scientific assistance across a wide range of sectors to enhance economic, environmental, social and human development in this region.
Geoscience Division ? The division has three technical work programmes: Geoscience for Development, 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; and technical advice and assistance in the areas of water, waste-water, sanitation, disaster risk management, mapping and surveying (including GIS and remote sensing), and natural resources economics.
The Project ? The Deep Sea Minerals (DSM) Project is a partnership between SPC and the European Union (EU). Initiated in 2011, the ?4.4 million DSM Project is helping Pacific Island countries and territories to improve the governance and management of their deep sea minerals resources in accordance with international law, with a particular focus on the protection of the marine environment and securing equitable financial arrangements for Pacific Island countries and territories and their people. The Project has four key result areas:
? Development of a regional legislative and regulatory framework for offshore minerals exploration and mining.
? Formulation of national policy, legislation and regulations.
? Building national capacities.
? Effective management and monitoring of offshore exploration and mining operations.
The role ? The Economic Geologist will develop, plan and implement programmes of work that have relevance and significance to the people and governments of SPC member countries and territories, thus enabling them to improve their capacities to manage and develop their own ocean and island resources and environments. The position will encompass the following key result areas:
? Utilisation of existing DSM geological data and information to prepare the DSM state of knowledge report for each of the Pacific ACP states including conceptual economic models for seabed mining in some countries.
? Provision and facilitation of technical advice on issues relating to deep sea minerals exploration and exploitation, including engagement with partners and stakeholders.
? Participation in planning, preparing and delivering appropriate training materials during deep sea minerals capacity-building, consultation and awareness-raising initiatives.
? Direct collaboration with the Head of Geo-survey in the planning, preparation and implementation of project activities.
The profile ? SPC seeks an experienced economic geologist, with demonstrated experience in providing expert technical and analytical support to an extensive portfolio of key stakeholders. With strong leadership and interpersonal skills, the Economic Geologist will have an adaptive and flexible approach to effectively communicate strategies and share knowledge at both national and regional levels. The Economic Geologist will possess excellent project and human resource management skills, with the ability to work autonomously when required, and to establish constructive working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders.
Key selection criteria
1. Qualifications
Relevant degree in geology or related fields, with a specialisation in economics, resources or mining geology.
2. Experience
A minimum of eight years of professional work experience, ideally in marine minerals prospecting, exploration and mining or terrestrial exploration and mining. Expert knowledge in the extractive industries, with particular reference to mineral development. Experience in mineral resource/reserve estimation. Expert knowledge and background in geological mapping and the use of relevant GIS software. Experience of working for international and/or regional organisations in developing countries is advantageous.
3. Language skills
Proficiency in English, with a working knowledge of French being an advantage.
4. Cultural awareness
Cultural sensitivity and a demonstrated understanding of developing countries, with particular knowledge of Pacific Island countries and territories being an advantage. The ability to work effectively in a multi-disciplinary, cross-cultural environment, and to be both gender- and culturally sensitive.
Salary, terms and conditions
Remuneration ? The Economic Geologist is a Band 11 position within SPC?s 2015 salary scale, with a starting salary range of 2,773?3,467 SDR (special drawing rights) per month, which currently converts to approximately FJD 7,894?9,868 (USD 4,214?5,268; EUR 3,201?4,001). [Please check published daily market rates for current currency conversions.] 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. Progression within the salary scale will be based on annual performance reviews. Remuneration of expatriate SPC staff members is not subject to income tax in Fiji; however, Fiji nationals employed by SPC in Fiji will 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).
Languages ? SPC?s working languages are English and French.
As an equal-opportunity employer, SPC recruits on merit, but if two interviewed candidates are ranked equally by the selection committee, preference will be given to nationals of Pacific Island countries and territories.
Application procedure
Please use SPC?s online recruitment system to lodge your application: http://www.spc.int/job.html.
Please note that it is not possible to start your application via the online system, save it and return to complete it later. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that you prepare all documents and required information prior to starting your application.
If you cannot access the online recruitment system, please apply by:
? email: recruit@spc.int; or
? fax: + 687 26 38 18
For your application to be considered, you are required to provide us with:
? an updated resume;
? contact details for three professional referees (include name / title / relationship / contact details);
? a cover letter detailing your skills, experience and interest in this position; and
? a statement with your brief responses to the following tasks [400 words max. per question]
1. Please describe your level of experience with geological mapping software, and list relevant GIS software that you have used.
2. What do you think the challenges of this position will be, and how will you approach them?
3. How do you approach understanding the needs of key stakeholders? Please provide an example.
4. Describe your experience in deep sea minerals research and/or exploration. Please provide an example of your work in one (or both) of these areas.
Please ensure that your documents are in either Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF format.
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 06 июл 2015, 10:25

Forestry Specialist
Ref: 15-44
Grade: 10
Salary range: SDR 2,310-2,888 monthly
Closing date: 30 July 2015
Location: Lautoka, Fiji
Duration: 3 years
Are you passionate about development effectiveness and supporting Pacific Island communities to achieve their goals?
Description
The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) invites applications for the position of Forestry Specialist in its Land Resources Division located at its regional office in Lautoka, Fiji.
The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) is the Pacific Island region's principal development organisation. It works with its 22 Pacific Island member countries and territories, providing technical and scientific assistance across a WIDE range of sectors to enhance economic, environmental, social and human development in this region.
The Land Resources Division provides advice, technical assistance, research and training support to Pacific Island countries and territories on all aspects of agriculture and forestry. This includes: plant protection; conservation; plant genetic resources; animal health and production; agroforestry; biosecurity and trade facilitation; and sustainable systems for agriculture, forestry and land management. This work has three objectives: improved food and nutritional security; integrated and sustainable agricultural and forestry resource management and development; and improved and increased trade in agriculture and forestry products. The division's services are provided through seven technical/thematic teams: Animal Health and Production, Plant Health, Biosecurity and Trade Facilitation, Forest and Agriculture Diversification, Crop Production, Genetic Resources, and Forest and Trees. It currently has around 90 staff.
The Reforestation for the degrading foothills of the sugar belt project is a new project funded by the European Union (EU) with a budget of Euro 9 million over a 46 months. It is designed to improve watershed management in the sugar cane belt of Viti Levu (Fiji's largest island) and to generate community income through reforestation. The project aims to reverse on-going soil degradation on the sloping foothills within three specific pilot sugar-cane sectors: Drasa, Koronubu and Malolo.
The role - Under the direction of the Project Manager Reforestation, the Forestry Specialist will be responsible for the coordination of all aspects of the project and for the administration of the EU funding. Key responsibilities will include:
. Project management - In collaboration with the team, develop annual work plans and budgets; supervise and monitor implementation of work plans to ensure delivery in a timely manner and within budget; arrange meetings of stakeholders and technical advisory groups.
. Technical and policy advice - Develop, document and implement appropriate technical standards for forestry activities; plan, implement and facilitate training activities; develop capacity of the team and forestry grant recipients; provide technical advice and assistance to the service providers, communities and farmers on all aspects of tree plantation establishment; contribute to policy discussions and consultations.
. External stakeholder relationship management -Cultivate effective working relationships with communities and other grant recipients; proactively identify risks and mitigation of risks through formal and information risk assessment;
. Team performance and leadership - Play an active role in creating a team environment that fosters and develops effective working relationships and high performance; ensure that team members (including service providers) are managed effectively with particular reference to performance management and professional development).
The profile - The successful candidate for this position will have a combination of strong technical knowledge, extensive stakeholder liaison experience, and high quality people management skills. Based on the key result areas for this position, this person will need to be able to work autonomously, whilst demonstrating a collaborative and consultative approach when working within the team and dealing with a wide range of stakeholders, including technical advisers, government sector officials and grant recipients. The Project Officer will have exceptional communication skills, with a strong technical forestry background, enabling him/her to achieve high quality outcomes in relation to annual work plans, reporting budgets and policy development.
Key selection criteria
1. Qualifications
A recognised tertiary qualification in forestry.
2. Technical expertise
At least ten years of experience in forestry at various operational levels with five years of direct operational forestry experience. Strong people management skills with proven ability in monitoring performance and conducting performance training and professional development. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to maintain and strengthen stakeholder liaison, both internally and externally. Ability to ensure that all parties are fully informed and in agreement with the project implementation and coordination activities. Ability to communicate successfully with audiences from all walks of life.
3. Language skills
Proficiency in English, with a working knowledge of French, Hindi or iTaukei being an advantage.
4. Interpersonal skills and cultural awareness
Good interpersonal skills, a team player with the ability to network and work effectively in a multicultural setting. Cultural sensitivity and a demonstrated understanding of developing country environments, with knowledge of Pacific Island countries and territories being an advantage.
Salary, terms and conditions
Remuneration - The Forestry Specialist is a Band 10 position within SPC's 2015 salary scale, with a starting salary range of 2,310-2,888 SDR (special drawing rights) per month, which currently converts to approximately FJD 6,576-8,220 (USD 3,510-4,388; EUR 2,667-4,388). Please check published daily market rates for current currency conversions. 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. Progression within 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 subsidised housing in project area. 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).
Languages - SPC's working languages are English and French.
As an equal-opportunity employer, SPC recruits on merit, but if two interviewed candidates are ranked equal by the selection committee, preference will be given to nationals of Pacific Island countries and territories.
Application procedure
Please use SPC's online recruitment system to lodge your application: http://www.spc.int/job.html
Please note that it is not possible to start your application via the online system, save it and return to complete it later; therefore, it is strongly recommended that you prepare all documents and required information prior to starting your application.
If you cannot access the online recruitment system, please apply by:
. email: recruit@spc.int
. fax: + 687 26 38 18
For your application to be considered, you are required to provide us with:
. an updated resume
. contact details for three professional referees (include name / title / relationship / contact details)
. a cover letter detailing your skills, experience and interest in this position
. a statement with your brief responses to the following tasks:
1. You are required to make a presentation on 'Fire and Forests' at a forestry seminar. List and briefly discuss your three main points of discussion.
2. Name what you believe to be a primary obstacle in plantation development investment and briefly explain why.
3. Improving living standards sometimes involves changing how people have traditionally done something.? In this context, explain how you would change the way people carry out an activity/task.
4. With your understanding of the Fijian environment, what would you expect the range of the mean annual increment (MAI) of pine or teak or mahogany to be?
Please ensure your documents are in either Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF format.
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Media and Communication Officer
Ref: 15-45
Grade: 8
Salary range: 1,834-2,293 SDR monthly
Closing date: 2 August 2015
Location: Suva, Fiji
Duration: Until 31 December 2017
Are you passionate about development effectiveness and supporting Pacific Island communities to achieve their goals?
Description
SPC invites applications for the position of Media and Communication Officer in its Geoscience Division, located at its regional office in Suva, Fiji.
The Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) is the Pacific Island region's principal development organisation. It works with its 22 Pacific Island member countries and territories, providing technical and scientific assistance across a wide range of sectors to enhance economic, environmental, social and human development in this region.
The Geoscience Division has three technical work programmes: Geoscience for Development, 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; and technical advice and assistance in the areas of water, wastewater, sanitation, disaster risk management, mapping and surveying (including GIS and remote sensing), and natural resources economics.
The project - The main objective of the project, Building Safety and Resilience in the Pacific (BSRP), is to reduce vulnerability to disasters caused by natural hazards, and the social, economic and environmental costs of these disasters, thereby contributing to regional and national sustainable development and poverty reduction goals in Pacific members of the African, Caribbean and?Pacific?Group of States (PACP). It proposes to do that by strengthening the capacity of these countries to address existing and emerging challenges with regard to the risks posed by natural hazards and related disasters, while maximising synergies between disaster risk reduction (DRR) strategies and climate change adaptation (CCA).
The role - Reporting to the Project Manager, the Media and Communication Officer is responsible for the effective and efficient facilitation of communication and information and knowledge products and services for the BSRP Project. The incumbent will coordinate and facilitate the implementation of the BSRP Project Visibility Plan and assist the media and communications requirements of the Disaster Reduction Programme to ensure a higher public profile for the core services provided by the project and programme.
The position encompasses the following major functions or key result areas:
. Project branding and identity: Enhance the project 'brand' and 'identity' by developing and implementing innovative communications tools in consultation with stakeholders.
. External profiling and coordination of project events: Effectively coordinate and facilitate all external communication activities for the BSRP Project, wider Disaster Reduction Programme, and beneficiary countries with communications and public relations activities, to raise the profile of the initiatives being undertaken and in particular the impact of investments.
. Knowledge products: Coordinate the sharing of knowledge products developed by the BSRP Project to effectively raise the awareness level of policy makers and technical personnel dealing with DRM and CCA.
. Reporting: Adhere to all reporting requirements in an accurate and timely manner to facilitate individual accountability within DRP and to contribute to DRP's greater accountability within the Geoscience Division.
. Training and capacity support: Develop and implement practical communication and visibility training plans for PACP countries.
. Compliance with policies/regulations and demonstration of values and behaviours: Facilitate compliance with all relevant policies, regulations and administrative directions and demonstrate a commitment to uphold the values and behaviours expected of employees to contribute to the good governance of the DRP and the Geoscience Division.
The profile - SPC seeks an innovative, creative and dynamic media and communication expert. You will have excellent skills in communication and target audience analysis, story writing and message development, and monitoring and evaluation. Your networking and advocacy strategies will be critical to your success in this role, and so will your skills in media engagement, editing and writing. Your ability to develop awareness raising campaigns, newsletter articles, compelling stories and promotional material, along with your capacity building skills, will make the difference.
Key selection criteria
1. Qualifications
Degree in communications, media, journalism or related subject, with additional qualifications or experience in working in communications, media or journalism.
2. Experience
. Firm understanding of the European Union's communication and visibility guidelines through previous involvement in EU or major donor projects;
. At least five years' experience in the communications field, preferably with an international organisation;
. Experience of working in and/or supporting national government agencies would be an advantage;
. Demonstrated media skills and ability to work independently and within a team;
. Understanding of the concepts and practices that disaster risk management and climate change adaptation are based on;
. Understanding of the media and communications environment in Pacific Island countries, especially in government and NGOs, and in the mainstream media industry;
. A good knowledge of survey techniques and communications product testing;
. A good understanding of video and radio production principles and practice;
. Understanding of (especially political) advocacy and public relations;
. Skills in broadcasting, video production, or page layout will be an advantage.
3. Language skills
Proficiency in English, with a working knowledge of French being an advantage.
4. Cultural awareness
The ability to work effectively in a multi-disciplinary, cross-cultural environment, and to be sensitive to both gender and cultural issues, is essential, as is a demonstrated understanding of developing countries. Particular knowledge of Pacific Island countries and territories will be an advantage.
Salary, terms and conditions
Remuneration - The Media and Communication Officer is a Band 8 position within SPC's 2015 salary scale, with a starting salary range of 1,834-2,293 SDR (special drawing rights) per month, which currently converts to approximately FJD 5,221-6,527 (USD 2,787-3,484; EUR 2,117-2,646). 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. Progression within 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 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).
Languages - SPC's working languages are English and French.
As an equal-opportunity employer, SPC recruits on merit, but if two interviewed candidates are ranked equally by the selection committee, preference will be given to nationals of Pacific Island countries and territories.
Application procedure
Please use SPC's online recruitment system to lodge your application: http://www.spc.int/job.html.
Please note that it is not possible to start your application via the online system, save it and return to complete it later. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that you prepare all documents and required information prior to starting your application.
If you cannot access the online recruitment system, please apply by:
. email: recruit@spc.int; or
. fax: + 687 26 38 18
For your application to be considered, you are required to provide us with:
. an updated resume;
. contact details for three professional referees (include name / title / relationship / contact details);
. a cover letter detailing your skills, experience and interest in this position; and
. a statement with your brief responses to the following tasks (400 words max. per question)
1. What do you understand to be the two main concepts encompassed within disaster risk management and climate change adaptation?
2. What do you think the current challenges are facing the media and communications industry in Pacific Island countries in terms of disaster risk management reporting?
Please ensure that your documents are in either Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF format.
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Re: Работа в Океании

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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 07 июл 2015, 13:16

Вакансии в министерстве здравоохранения Островов кука:
he Ministry of Health Vacancies:
The Ministry of Health Cook Islands is searching for outstanding professionals who are committed to improving health outcomes; are passionate about developing and delivering quality services and are prepared to meet the challenge of a significant work program.

1. Qualified Paramedic
Written applications including a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (CV) should be addressed to the Human Resources Manager, P.O. Box 109, Ministry of Health, Rarotonga or email: m.anguna@health.gov.ck
Applications close 3rd July 2015

2. Dental Technician Assistant - Aitutaki Hospital
Minimum requirements for this post include - Pass in Level 3 Science, Maths and English. The successful applicant will work alongside the dental practitioner on Aitutaki with further training to be completed in Rarotonga.
Applications close Wednesday 8 July 2015

Applications
Written applications including a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (CV) should be addressed to the Human Resources Manager, P.O. Box 109, Ministry of Health, Rarotonga or email: m.anguna@health.gov.ck

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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 08 июл 2015, 15:35

Вакансии от сотового оператора на Самоа:
Radio Access Network (RAN) Technician
Location: American Samoa
Department: NOC_Outside Plant- BSC
Reports to: BSC Supervisor

Position Overview
Under general supervision, responsible for supporting and maintaining GSM/ UMTS network services on Tutulia, Aunu’u and Manu’a. Provides technical support in network performance initiatives, outage resolution and works to identify day-to-day Radio Network improvement opportunities. Objectives include on-site support, installation, preventive and/or demand maintenance and repair of cell site equipment including rotation required.
Duties and Responsibilities
Assist in the maintenance of mobile products by performing problem investigation, troubleshooting and testing.
Perform scheduled drive tests to test signal levels and quality of service throughout the network. Recognize possible service degradation and identify potential network issues; proactively react to situations before they escalate.
Provide prompt response to network issues and outages; conduct preventive or proactive network repair.
Assists with proper tracking and reporting of network related measurements including network health reports, Key Performance Indicators, outage reports, AAR and root cause analysis of outages, and management/ operating summaries.
Respond to, follow up, document and close all assigned trouble tickets; resolve individual customer problems.
Climb communications towers and ladders; safely work in an elevated position.
Provide technical support in installing, maintaining and troubleshooting hardware at cell sites. Respond to on site issues and resolve network outages by performing diagnostic testing, adjustment, troubleshooting, and repairs to hardware and software.
Maintain accurate inventory of cell site assets.
Provide after hours and/or weekend or holiday support (unscheduled support)
Undertake network performance improvement (KPIs) and optimization tasks.
Implements and maintains monitoring, maintenance, and overall network performance/reliability processes.
Skills/Knowledge
In depth knowledge of GSM, UMTS, Wireless telecom system infrastructure and network principles and design (e.g. 2G and 3G radio networks)
In depth knowledge of Radio Access networks features and functionalities (RNC, NodeB, BSC, BTS)
In depth knowledge of transmission concepts (including wireless), cell site topology, RF principles and network architectures
Excellent knowledge of/experience with telecommunications principles and practices
Strong verbal and written communications kills. Be able to discuss with both very technical experts as well as senior management
Good knowledge of/experience with running a RFI/RFQ process and managing external suppliers and content providers
Ability to climb telecom towers and work at heights of up to 120 ft.
Qualifications/Work Experience Requirements:
Minimum B.Sc (IT/Telecoms/EE) working level
Minimal 5 years work experience in relevant network design areas and experienced in a senior position in relevant network design areas in the mobile industry.
Strong verbal and written communication is essential
Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural working environment with highly qualified and demanding colleagues
Be able to keep up with knowledge in this complex and fast moving technology area
Has the drive, dedication and good work ethic
Motivated, curious and inquisitive to learn new things and look further than own area
A team player that has the capability and eagerness to quickly pick up new knowledge a fast paced, rapidly changing environment
Hands-on, practical approach knows how to get things done
Strong problem analysis/solving skills
Bluesky is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Bluesky offers a competitive salary and benefits package for the above vacancies. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.Interested and qualified candidates can submit a cover letter and resume/curriculum vitae to the Human Resources Department by:

Product Development Specialist – Broadband, Fixed Line & Moana TV
Job Title: Product Development Specialist – Broadband, Fixed Line & Moana TV
Department: Marketing
Reports to: Marketing Manager and Director of Marketing
Location: Maluafou, Samoa
Position Type: Full Time Permanent
Position Overview
Reporting to the Marketing Director, this role is the Company’s main product development driver and product manager for Broadband, Moana TV and Fixed Line. This position is responsible for the planning, pro-monitoring, reporting as well as developing, testing new features and promotions on the Broadband, Moana TV and Fixed Line product lines. This position is responsible for managing and driving revenue and profit growth from Bluesky’s Broadband, TV and Fixed Line products.
Responsibilities
Product Management: Monitor and manage Bluesky’s Broadband, TV and Fixed Line Product including: Research, recommending the product marketing approach, including prooting or advertising, pricing, distribution strategies for Residential and Business Broadband, TV and Fixed Line.
In conjunction with Director of Marketing, work closely with Marketing, Sales, Customer Services, Finance and Technical Operations teams to:
Understand product revenue and cost performance.
Analyse product/market performance, issues and opportunities.
Proactively identify opportunities for revenue growth and cost reduction.
Ensure configuration of existing products to yield revenue and/or cost reduction from target customers.
Plan and execute campaigns for penetration and usage increases.
Conduct monthly price audits and competitive intelligence reports to inform Marketing & Product Management planning.
Product Development: Project manage launches for all new product features and promotions for Broadband, TV & Fixed Line including:
Preparation of Product Definition documentation (including pricing, internal processes and training) and seeking approvals and buy in across the organization
Engaging all parts of the organization to configure and implement the product correctly.
Ensure adequate testing is conducted prior to launch
Coordinate product training for front line and critical staff.
Central point of contact for new product ideas and suggestions and processing these through the Marketing Director for decision-making.
Organize product demonstrations as required.
Liaise with Technical Operations teams to stay abreast of new coverage areas and associated market opportunities
Maintain regular, accurate reporting on Broadband, TV and Fixed Line Products & features including, daily, monthly metrics, reporting and analysis by product/ feature and promotion.
Product Planning:
Create business case and feasibility studies on new product opportunities within Broadband, Moana TV & Fixed Line as they arise
In conjunction with Marketing Director, creation of product development plan for the next 12 month period
Undertake Research and Development activities to ensure ongoing product development within Broadband, TV and Fixed Line.
Qualifications/Skills/Experience
Bachelor of Commerce/Business (Marketing), Telecommunications, or related major
3+ years of product development experience in telecommunications environment, preferred
Sound knowledge of telecommunications products and services
Demonstrated focus on fulfilling customer’s needs
Strong communication skills and demonstrated ability to manage cross functional teams to achieve pre-defined outcomes
Strong analytical background with proven ability to interpret and analyze market and customer usage data
Strong computer skills
Exposure to product promotion and advertising
Competent financial skills and commercial acumen

• Email to jobs@blueskypacificgroup.com for vacancies in both Am. Samoa and Samoa
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Сообщение The_Great » 14 июл 2015, 00:21

Есть ли на сегодняшний день вакансии для стоматологов? Реально интересно было бы попробовать:)
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Сообщение Serg from Piter » 14 июл 2015, 10:29

The_Great писал(а) 14 июл 2015, 00:21:Есть ли на сегодняшний день вакансии для стоматологов? Реально интересно было бы попробовать:)

о! завидую вам, врачи- самые востребованные профессии на островах. походите по сайтам минтсиерств здавроохранения, там постоянно вакансии врачей. навскидку, минздрав островов кука- http://www.health.gov.ck/index.php/vacancies/vacancies
там есть вакансия ассистента дантиста (Dental Technician Assistant - Aitutaki Hospital). несмотря на то, что дедлайн уже прошёл есть смысл послать/позвонить. ни и кроме кука овердофига есть других. на крибати нужны врачи http://www.health.gov.ki/vacancies.html вакансий нет на данный момент, но есть смысл написать/звонить. совершенно точно видел несколько вакансий в микронезии и на маршалловых.
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