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UNDP Technical Project Intern Analyst at Dili, Timor-Leste

UNDP Technical Project Intern Analyst at Timor-Leste

Country: Timor-Leste
City: Dili
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UNDP Technical Project Intern Analyst at Dili, Timor-Leste

The Technical Project Intern Analyst will be reporting all ICT related works or tasks to ICT Engineer; and overall project activities to National Project Manager in a close collaboration with the Head of Climate Change and Environment Unit, and UNDP Country Office Senior Management (Deputy Resident Representative and Resident Representative) and other relevant units.

Overall the Technical Project Analyst will be under the supervision of National Project Manager and ICT Engineer, the Technical Project Analyst will assume the following roles and responsibilities:

Duties and Responsibilities for UNDP Technical Project Intern Analyst

  • Lead technical team members and engineers in the implementation of renovation of schools ICT labs, installation of ICT facility and system in Schools’s ICT labs, installations of solar systems in SAMES and health centers, and intallations of solar lighthing in the households.
  • Lead site assessment for site technical data collections and analyses including risks on social and environmental impacts and review and evaluate technical document or data for accuracy and ensure project targets, goals and priority are achieved.
  • Collaborate with the technical team to identify project requirements and create a schedule for project activities. Conduct regular site visits during construction, renovation, solar system installation, and ICT facility installation, including in-progress visits, punch-list inspections, pre-construction visits, and close-out visits. Ensure safety inspections align with the project’s ESMP, incorporating quality assurance measures throughout the construction/renovation and installation of solar systems and ICT facilities.
  • Collaborate with the technical team and site officer to ensure that project activities, tools, equipment, and procedures align with industry standards and the project’s ESMP. Work with the National Project Manager to oversee the installation of solar panel lights and distribution of improved cooking stoves to communities. Keep the project scope for constructions, solar power systems, and ICT facilities updated in line with contract obligations.
  • Perform other related technical works as necessary or required.

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Required Skills and Experience

  • Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in Civil Engineering, Construction management, Earth science, Computer Science, Information Technology, or other closely related field is required.
  • A first-level university degree (Bachelor’s degree) in Civil Engineering, Construction management, Earth science, Computer Science, Information Technology, or other closely related field in combination with an additional 2 years of qualifying experience will be given due consideration in lieu of Master´s degree.
  • Minimum two years (with Master’s degree) or four years (with Bachelor’s degree) in implementing environmental related works, leading, coordinating, interacting and effectively managing multidisciplinary technical team in renovation/contruction or installation/upgrading ICT facility project.
  • Experience in performing organizational skills to carry out multiple tasks without negotiating safety, quality and team-spirits is an asset.
  • Experience in promoting and implementing the vision, mission, values, and strategic goals of UNDP Plans, prioritizes, and delivers tasks on time is an asset.
  • Experience in an effective participation of a team-based collaboration and cooperation is an asset.
  • Experience in site works safety practice is an asset.
  • Experience in site assessment, tracking activities progress, evaluating project milestones and performance and identifying solutions for improvement is an asset.
  • Experience in coaching and motivating team members.
  • Experience in solving and managing conflicts among team members; and be able to settle or address issues amongst team members to prevent any undesiarable behaviours.
  • Strong team-works skills with gender, religion, age and/or cross-cultural sensitivity or tactful
  • Demonstrated capacity in knowledge sharing and knowledge management and ability to generate innovative and new ideas and promote learning through leadership and personal example
  • Good coomunications and interpersonal skills
  • Strong demonstration of effective participation a in team-based collaboration and cooperation
  • Strong ability to effectively work with tight schedule or under pressure
  • Excellence computer skills
  • Strong ability to identify and feedback from and to the issues, ideas, concerns or insterets of other team members

Required Languages:

  • Fluency in Tetum and English Language is required.


  • Regular travel to Municipalities.

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Type of Opportunity Internships
Deadline09 December,2023



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