Cardno Emerging Markets is seeking an energetic and an enthusiastic candidate to work as part of a team of highly skilled as part of the PNDS Support Program.
The National Program for Village Development (PNDS) is a nation-wide community driven development program of the Government of Timor-Leste (GoTL). Jointly managed by the Ministry of State Administration and Ministry of Finance the PNDS program aims to work with communities at the village level to help eliminate poverty by investing in community-driven infrastructure projects. The Australian Government is assisting the GoTL to implement PNDS through the PNDS Support Program managed by Cardno Emerging Markets.
Cardno’s PNDS Support Program currently has vacancies for the position of Finance Support Officer (2 position)
The position will be based in Dili and the successful candidate will work as part of a team of highly skilled professionals.
All applications must include a cover letter, responses against each of the selection criteria, CV/resume, and the details (name, phone, email) of three referees.
Applications may be submitted via email to [email protected] or in hard copy to the Cardno office (Estrada de Balide, Dili).
Further information about this position including full Terms of Reference is available on our Both positions are up on the website:
- http://www.cardno.com/en-au/Careers/Pages/Finance-Support-Officer.aspx or by emailing [email protected].
Applications close on 25 May 2017 at 5pm Dili Time.
Late applications will not be considered.
Cardno is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Cardno encourages women to apply. Cardno recognizes the moral and legal responsibility to provide an equal opportunity workplace by ensuring that all recruitment and selection decisions are based on the best qualified and experienced candidate who can perform the genuine inherent requirements of the position.
Cardno is committed to Child Protection, Anti-bribery and Fraud prevention in the delivery of our International Development project and programs. Our recruitment and selection procedures reflect this commitment and may include a relevant police or criminal record check.
|An Australian aid project – managed by Cardno
on behalf of the Australian Government