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Wednesday, February 28, 2018

7484 Language, Culture, and Technical Trainers (LCTTS)

Peace Corps Vanuatu


Industry:
Non Government Organisation
Location: 
Port Vila, Vanuatu
Job Hours:
Part Time - Contract
Due Date
06-Mar-18





Job Description:
Peace Corps Vanuatu wishes to recruit up to two Ni-Vanuatu persons for the short-term position of Language, Culture and Technical Trainers (LCTTs). The LCTTs will provide Bislama language training to the new Peace Corps Volunteers while facilitating their understanding of Vanuatu's culture. The LCTTs will also assist with the facilitation of basic technical skill competencies, specific to the Volunteer assignment. Therefore, experience in the education and health sector will be advantageous. The contract will commence on Monday, 26 March 2018 and will finish on Friday, June 22, 2018.

Selected candidates will be required to live in a village with a host family for most of the contact period. Peace Corps is looking for candidates with the following skills and experience:
      Criteria:
      • Successful completion of Year 12, Year 13 is preferable
      • Some knowledge of Educational system and Vanuatu's Health system
      • Experience as a trainer, preferable in language and culture
      • Basic computer literacy (MS Word and Excel)
      • High level fluency in English and Bislama
      • A willingness and enthusiasm to share an appreciation of the Vanuatu Culture/language and rural island life with people new to Vanuatu and the Pacific
      • A positive attitude and an enthusiastic outlook on life
      • An ability to understand and follow Peace Corps Policies and Procedures.
      LCTTs who have signed a contract in 2016 or 2017, do not need to apply but must contact Director of Management & Operations and express their interest in writing, to be considered for a LCTT position in 2018 Pre-Service Training program.

      Salary:

      Not Stated

      Language:

      English & Bislama

      How To Apply:

      Interested candidate should submit their resume and cover letter to the Peace Corps Office, no later than Tuesday, 06th March 2018 by 4:30PM. Acceptable methods of submission include:
      • Mail: Director of Management & Operations, U.S. Peace Corps Vanuatu, Private Mail Bag 9097, Port Vila, Vanuatu
      • Email: vu-jobs@peacecorps.gov
      • Hand Deliver: Peace Corps Vanuatu, Level 1, Vila Mall Building, Pierre Lamy Street, Port Vila

      Contact Person:

      Director of Management & Operations

      Phone:

      Not Stated
      Address: 
      PMB 9097, Port Vila, Vanuatu

      Email: 

      vu-jobs@peacecorps.gov


      Website:
       Not Stated
      ______________________________________________________________
      Source:
                   28-February-18 Direct from Employer

      For further information on the above Vanuatu job please see the source or contact the employer directly.

      E-Tourism Marketing Coach




      E-Tourism Marketing Coach
      Vanuatu Skills Partnership
      ● Help develop and deliver an E-Tourism Marketing Masterclass
      ● Contract fixed number of days position
      ● Port Vila based with travel to the islands
      The Organisation
      Vanuatu Skills Partnership (TVET) is a collaboration between the Governments of Vanuatu and Australia to support sustainable economic through targeted business development and training services within a national quality system. The Partnership operates within existing structures and works with local training providers and industry coaches to deliver training services focused on income-generation and business development outcomes within a nationally recognised framework.
      The Position
      The Partnership is now seeking proposals from specialists to join its Industry Coaches and Trainers in its Skills for Tourism sub-program for the development and delivery of an E-Tourism Marketing Masterclass for local tourism operators.

      Objectives of this masterclass will include:

      1. Supporting local tourism operators to address the growing technology and skills gap in online tourism marketing;

      2. Build capacity within local tourism operators to independently manage their online communications, marketing content, reservation systems and online reputation.
      Essential Selection Criteria
      ► Recognised tertiary qualifications in the Tourism, Communications and/or Marketing
      ► Proven experience in the Tourism, Communications and/or Marketing private sector
      ► Proven experience in the planning and delivery of training, skill development or workshop facilitation in Vanuatu context
      ► Competency in the use of MS Office Suite, email, social media, website content management
      ► Have team members who speak Bislama and willing to travel to the outer islands of Vanuatu.
      Desirable Selection Criteria
      ► Recognised Certificate IV in Training & Assessment
      ► Knowledge of the outer island tourism sector in Vanuatu
      How to Apply
      Please click on the link below to download a job description with details on how to apply online.
      Applications close 4pm 8 March 2018
      Click the link below to apply online
      http://tinyurl.com/yapd9vm9

      7483 Consultant

      Department of Water Resources

      Industry:
      Government Department
      Location: 
       Port Vila, Vanuatu
      Job Hours:
      Contract 
      Due Date:
      Not Stated



      Rainwater Harvesting Communications Products

      Job Description:
      Term: Consultant or Firm
      Program Type: MFAT Water Sector Partnership
      Duration: 60 Days
      1. Background and Overview
      The Department of Water Resources (DoWR) under the auspices of the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, was set up to ensure sustainable and equitable access to safe water and sanitation for the people of Vanuatu to support improved public health and promote social and economic development.
      2. Purpose
      In September 2017, all the residents of Ambae island (population: 11,600, children: 5,200) in Vanuatu were evacuated to neighboring islands when the Alert Level for Manaro Volcano was raised to 4 indicating imminent violent eruption. The volcano simmered down after a month and the government organized a phased repatriation of the residents back to the island.  Ambae island population are heavily dependent on rain water for drinking, washing and cooking and the volcano recent eruption has established itself and keeps spewing ash and ash fall on the island affecting the method of rain water harvesting on the island.  There is a need for communication materials to be created in Bislama to communicate key messages related to rainwater harvesting close to volcanoes.

      3. Scope
      The Consultant should conduct a literature search, read existing relevant documents, conduct stakeholder interviews and compile existing information.  The consultant will then develop a schedule for a trip to Ambae to understand community perceptions and work together with community members to adapt existing rainwater harvesting communication materials to the local concept.  The consultant should create drafts of possible rainwater communication materials and present these to DoWR.  The consultant should adapt the drafts based on conversations with DoWR. The consultant will then go to Ambae, and using a participatory style with a variety of stakeholder, adapt the initial designs to address the questions and needs of community members.   The consultant should be sure to listen to and actively involve not just community leaders, but women and marginalized populations.  After visiting Ambae, the consultant will present new versions of the proposed materials to DoWR and the WASH Cluster.  After final consultations with DoWR, the consultant will submit a final version.  Currently, it is thought the deliverables will include 2 stickers and one set of flyers as detailed below.  However, this may change slightly if the consultant and DoWR agree that slightly different messages and products are needed.   While the tools should be mostly pictorial, with few works, final versions should be delivered in Bislama, with an accompanying English translation.   A detailed list of the products desired include:
      • Stickers to be placed on Rainwater tanks.  These stickers should show how to clean rain water tanks and have an area for check marks for people to mark if the tank has been cleaned at specific times.
      • Stickers to be place on first flush systems.  These stickers should explain what a first flush system is, how they are to be opened, and when they are to be opened.
      • Flyers explaining the basics of rainwater harvesting purpose and maintenance.  Flyer should specifically address and resolve community volcano related rain water concerns.
      4. Deliverables, Timing and Level of Effort
      Key deliverables, percent of payment, and timing:
      • Compile existing Rainwater tools from MoH, DoWR, World Bank, Ministry of Climate, NGOs and other online sources.  Share these documents electronically with DoWR.  (10% payment, 15 days from assignment start)
      • Present Field Trip work plan and preliminary sketches to DoWR staff.  (10% payment, 15 days from assignment start)
      • Submit adapted sketches and workplan as per discussion with DoWR for field work (10% payment, 30 days from assignment start)
      • Draft Presentation reporting on field trip outlining results of focus group discussions, individual interviews and participatory surveys to understand community’s response to the designs.  Powerpoint presentation with photographs submitted to DoWR 1 week before presentation, for comments and edits before presentation.  Presentation to be made to DoWR, MoH and WASH Cluster working group. (10%, 45 days from assignment start)
      • Final drafts of agreed upon media submitted, taking into account comments from DoWR staff (60%, 60 days from assignment start).
              Criteria:
              5. Qualifications
              The firm or individual selected must:
              • Experience with human centered design, community product testing or facilitating community discussions
              • Experience creating brochures and posters in Vanuatu
              • Ability to produce deliverables on time
              • Language fluency and excellent writing ability in English
              • Local Language and/or Bislama required.
              There is no restriction on the nationality, citizenship or current residence of the candidate, but permanent or temporary residents of Vanuatu are preferred. 

              Salary:

              Not Stated

              Language:

              English, Bislama


              How To Apply:
              6. Application Details
              Interested individuals or firms should send a cover letter outlining related experience, CV, total rate and examples of similar material produced to:  Esther Sandrin Teitoka esteitoka@vanuatu.gov.vu.
              Contact Person:

              Esther Sandrin Teitoka

              Phone:

              Not Stated
              Address:
              Not Stated

              Email:
              esteitoka@vanuatu.gov.vu


              Website:
               Not Stated
              ______________________________________________________________
              Source: 
                           28-February-18 Direct from Employer

              For further information on the above Vanuatu job please see the source or contact the employer directly.

              Tuesday, February 27, 2018

              7482 Finance and Administration Manager (Re-advertisement)

              Vanuatu Indigenous Land Defense Desk

              Industry: 
              Non Government Organisation
              Location: 
              Port Vila, Efate, Vanuatu
              Job Hours:
              Full Time
              Due Date
              15-Mar-18 




              Job Description:
              The Vanuatu Indigenous Land Defence Desk (VILDD) works in collaboration with the Vanuatu Cultural Centre. The VILDD and the Vanuatu cultural centre's mission is to Promote, Protect and Preserve Traditional value, Customs and Cultures of Vanuatu. The VILDD is seeking to recruit a suitable candidate for the position of a Finance and Administration Manager and is re-advertising the post..

              Criteria:
              • Provide Financial Support, technical expertise and develop both internal & external financial reporting for the VILDD
              • Exercise administrative judgment and assume responsibility for decisions
              • Must be mature and able to work without supervision
              • Must be able to work closely with the Coordinator and VILDD team
              • Must be able to work with communities, associate with community leaders and youth
              • Must have a strong believe in the work of VILDD.

              Salary:

              Not Stated

              Language:

              English, Bislama, French

              How To Apply:
              Interested applicants can send in a CV and letter of expression of Interest and the names and contacts of at least two professional referees. 
              A detailed Terms of Reference for the position with detail qualification and experience required for the position can be obtained from VILDD by contacting Mrs Paula Aruhuri on telephone 28064 or by email at paula.nana290@gmail.com
              All applications must be received by COB 15th of March 2018, sealed and marked "CONFIDENTIAL - APPLICATION FOR Finance & Administration Manager, and addressed to the coordinator, VILDD, PO Box 5192, Port Vila, Vanuatu. Applications can also be hand delivered in the office at the Vanuatu Cultural Centre, Nambatu Area.
              Contact Person:

              Mrs Paula Aruhuri

              Phone:

              (+678) 28064
              Address: 
              Vanuatu Indigenous Land Defence Desk, PO Box 5192, Port Vila, Vanuatu

              Email:



              Website: 
              Not Stated
              ______________________________________________________________
              Source: 
                           27-February -18 Direct from Employer

              For further information on the above Vanuatu job please see the source or contact the employer directly.

              7481 Stock Assistant

              Computer World


              Industry:
              Computer & IT
              Location: 
              Port-Vila, Vanuatu
              Job Hour:
              Not Stated
              Due Date:
              Not Stated - Please contact the employer directly



              Job Description:
              Computer World is currently seeking a suitable candidate to fill in the position of Stock Assistant.

              Duties:
              • Setup / arrange inventory properly
              • Performing warehouse inventory controls
              • Keep a clean and safe working environment and optimize space utilisation
              • Report any discrepancies
              • Communicate and cooperate with supervisors and coworkers.
              Criteria:
              • Accuracy counts. Stock Assistant need to make sure not to miss any details when counting orders and taking stock
              • You'll need to be hard-working, physically fit and an independent worker.

                    Salary:

                    Not Stated

                    Language:

                    Not Stated

                    How To Apply:
                    Please send your applications with references to the email address provided below.

                    Contact Person:

                    Queenie Langlois

                    Phone:

                    (+678) 22233
                    Address: 
                    Computer World Vanuatu, PO Box, 3235, Port Vila, Vanuatu

                    Email:
                    accounts@cw.vu
                    Website:
                     Not Stated
                    ______________________________________________________________
                    Source:
                                 27-February-18 Direct from Employer

                    For further information on the above Vanuatu job please see the source or contact the employer directly.