[TimorLesteStudies] Job Announcement-JICA's project on sustainable watershed management in TL
robin_araska at yahoo.com
Fri Dec 3 13:24:49 EST 2010
We, Nippon Koei Co., Ltd which has been providing consultancy
for the projects under official development assistance, are
planning to implement a project in East Timor.
titled "Capacity Development Project on Sustainable
Watershed Management" and
funded by Japan International Cooperation
Agency (JICA) will be implemented
between January 2010 and October 2015.
Currently, we are looking for the
local staff who can work with us as a
secretary during the project
We hope that you or some of your friends can be interested in
position which details are shown in the attachment.
YOSHIOKA (Ms.)（吉岡 弥生）
Environmental Science & Engineering
Overseas Consulting Administration
NIPPON KOEI CO., LTD. (日本工営株式会社）
5-chome Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
mailto: yoshioka-yy at n-koei.jp
SKYPE : yoshiokaa6333
Working Title: Secretary
_ Type of
Employment: Full Time (40 hrs/week). The initial 3 weeks will be a trial
The project period is from
January 2011 until October 2015 and the contract would be renewed
every 3 months.
12.5 USD/day (275.0 USD/month) and payment for overtime
of the project budget with the records of expenditure
works relevant to the office management, such as filing the documents and
management of the office
knowledge, skills and abilities:
_ At least
3 years of working experience in fund-management of the donor-funded
projects or other
in English both in speaking and writing
in using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Power point)
Project office will be located in Dili.
_ How to
Apply: Inquires may be addressed to Yayoi Yoshioka (Ms.) and/or Haruko
Chikaraishi (Ms.). E-mail:
yoshioka-yy at n-koei.jp, and/or
chikaraishi-hr at n-koei.jp.
Applications must be received
by December 24, 2010. Please be noted that only the
short-listed candidates will be informed
about the further arrangement for the interview.
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