9 Jan 2015 - the Public Service Commission of Samoa

PUBLIC SERVICE
OFFICIAL CIRCULAR
Issued weekly by the Public Service Commission
Issue 01/2015, 9 Jan 2015
A. Public Service Ministries/Agencies
VACANCIES
Contract Positions
Under Section 31 of the Public Service Act 2004
Ministry/Office
Vacancy Code
Position Title
Salary Grading
(p.a)
Deadline
Commerce,
Industry & Labour
CL002443
Assistant Chief Executive Officer - Registry of Companies & Intellectual
Properties
(Re-Advertised: Previous Applicants need not re-apply)
ACEO
$84,048
22-Jan-2015
Deadline
Uplift Form 2 from:
22-Jan-2015
Leutu Ieremia
Level 4, ACC Building
[email protected]
Please uplift Application R&S Form 2 and Position Descriptions from:
Public Service Commission,
Secretary
Level 2, FMFM II Building
Public Service Commission
Matagialalua
Level 2, FMFM II Building
OR Download from Website: http://www.psc.gov.ws/vacancies_contract.htm
NB: Application Forms (R&S Form 2) are to be used by ALL Applicants
Matagialalua.
Term Employees in Project Positions
Under Section 21 of the Public Service Act 2004
Ministry/Office
Commerce,
Industry & Labour
Salary Grading
(p.a max)
Vacancy Code
Position Title
CLP13001
Senior Private Sector Support Facility
(PSSF)
(Re-Advertised: Previous Applicants need not
re-apply)
A12
$28,327/$30,767
Permanent Positions
Under Section 34 of the Public Service Act 2004
Ministry/Office
Vacancy Code
Position Title
Salary Grading
(p.a max)
Deadline
Uplift Form 2 from:
Natural Resources
& Environment
NE002520
Accounting officer
(Re-Advertised: Previous Applicants need
not re-apply)
A8
$17,344/$19,663
22-Jan-2015
Nusipepa Lepale,
TATTE Building, Level 3
[email protected]
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NE003316
Principal Officer - POPs / PIC
A16
$45,594/$53,055
22-Jan-2015
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Public Service
Commission
PS003023
Business Analyst
(Re-Advertised)
A13
$31,582/$34,026
22-Jan-2015
Virginia Hazelman,
Level 2, Govt Building
[email protected]
Samoa Bureau of
Statistics
BS001054
Registry Officer - BDM (Savaii)
A8
$17,344/$19,663
22-Jan-2015
Nerisa Leilua
Level 1, Govt Building
[email protected]
APPOINTMENTS
APPOINTMENTS are provisional where promotion is involved for persons appointed unless otherwise indicated. Provisional appointees should
not take up appointments until they are confirmed. Confirmation of appointments will be notified in the Public Service Official Circular, if no
appeals are received within 14 days of promulgation herein.
NOTICE OF APPEALS including grounds of appeals must be received by the Chairman, Public Service Commission, APIA
by - 22nd January -2015
Permanent Positions
Under Section 34 of the Public Service Act 2004
PROVISIONAL APPOINTMENTS
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Ministry/Office
Vacancy Code
Position Title
Salary Grading
(p.a max)
Appointee
Natural Resources
& Environment
NE003651
Policy & Regulatory Officer
A10
$22,668/$24,728
**Fanueli Tuafale
Women,
Community &
Social
Development
WS003266
Senior Child Protection Officer
A12
$28,327/$30,767
**Nora Rose Warren
Works, Transport
& Infrastructure
WI003071
Junior Accounts Clerk
A3
$6,756/$8,314
**Sasa Moe
** Subject to Appeal under Section 49 of the Public Service Act 2004
CONFIRMED APPOINTMENTS
Permanent Positions
Under Section 34 of the Public Service Act 2004
Ministry/Office
Vacancy Code
Position Title
Salary Grading
(p.a max)
Appointee
Agriculture &
Fisheries
AG001240
Tea Lady/Office Assistant
A3
$6,756/$8,314
Logotaeao Iese
B. Public Sector/Other Agencies
Vacant Positions
Sector/Office
Vacancy Code
Position Title
Salary Grading
(p.a max)
Deadline
Uplift Form from:
Samoa National
Provident Fund
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Assistant Manager Portfolio Assesment
& Risks
(Contract Postion)
$57,821/$66,535
p.a max
28-Jan-2015
Larina Lemisio,
Level 1, Main SNPF Building
[email protected]
$57,821/$66,535
p.a max
28-Jan-2015
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Assistant Manager Human Resource
Management
(Contract Postion)
(Re-advertise, previous applicants need not
re-apply)
"
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Properties Officer
G5/G7
$19,089/$31,301
p.a max
28-Jan-2015
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Senior Investment Officer
G8/G9
$31,339/$45,065
p.a max
28-Jan-2015
"
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Senior Accounting Officer
(Savaii Branch)
G8/G9
$31,339/$45,065
p.a max
28-Jan-2015
"
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Records Clerk
G2/G3
$10,239/$15,854
p.a max
28-Jan-2015
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Samoa Chamber
of Commerce &
Industry INC
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Policy Officer
$23,000 - 25,000
30-Jan-2015
Hobart Vaai
Chamber Office
[email protected]
ws
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Membership Services Officer
$23,000 - 25,000
30-Jan-2015
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Please refer to Page 4 for further details
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Scientific
Research
Organisation of
Samoa
-
Principal Research Scientist
$45,383 p.a
31-Jan-2015
Telesia Lafoai
Nafanua, Papauta
[email protected]
D. Training/Scholarship Opportunities
TELEPHONE AND FRONT DESK CUSTOMER SERVICE SURVEYS
Have you made contact with a Government Ministry or Office, over the telephone or at the their front counter, recently?
Were you satisfied with the quality of customer service provided?
Want to have your say on the quality of customer service that you received? Here’s your chance to do so.
Complete our telephone or front desk customer service surveys online by accessing the PSC website on www.psc.gov.ws and clicking on the links
provided; or
Download a copy of the survey from our website and either email your completed survey to [email protected] or submitting a hard copy to the
PSC Office, Level 2 of the FMFM 11 Building.
For more information, please contact Ms. Beverly Smith or Ms Ruby Williams of our office on email [email protected] or [email protected]
or phone 22123
TVET - CONSULTANTS
RE-ADVERTISEMENT FOR CONSULTANTS
FOR THE TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET) SUPPORT PROGRAMME UNDER THE SAMOA-AUSTRALIA
PARTNERSHIP FOR DEVELOPMENT
CONSULTANTS FOR PROGRAMME KEY RESULT AREAS:
The Samoa Qualifications Authority is coordinating and implementing a TVET support programme under the Samoa-Australia Partnership
for Development. The programme with four (4) Key Result Areas has activities scheduled to begin in January 2015 and requires the services
of four (4) consultants. The programme aims to “increase the number of skilled Samoans available to fill priority workforce needs”.
The services of consultants are required for the following Key Result Areas, scheduled to begin in January 2015.
TVET Program Management
• Strategic Advisor to the Chief Executive Officer of the Samoa Qualifications Authority (January to February 2015 & May2015)
KRA 1: Economic Relevance
• Development of an Electronic Database for Labour Market Information System (LMIS) (January to February 2015)
KRA 2: Quality
• Review of the Research, Policy & Planning (RPP) Systems and Processes & Strengthening staff capacity (March to April 2015)
KRA 4: Financial Sustainability
• Development of a Post School Education and Training (PSET) Funding Approach that enables Growth & Development and ensures
Accountability (February to March 2015)
Full Terms of Reference (TORs) for all consultancy positions, key selection criteria and a background information pack are available from
the Samoa Qualifications Authority Office:
Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Efi (TATTE) Building,
Level II, Sogi - Apia
P.O. Box L851 Apia, Samoa
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 685 20 976
Fax: 685 26 314
Further information and details of each consultancy position can be obtained from the TVET Programme Manager:
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ACEO Research, Policy & Planning
Telephone: 20976
Level II, Sogi - Apia
P.O. Box L851 Apia, Samoa
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 685 20 976
Fax: 685 26 314
Further information and details of each consultancy position can be obtained from the TVET Programme Manager:
Easter Manila-Silipa
ACEO Research, Policy & Planning
Telephone: 20976
Email: [email protected]
Applications close on MONDAY, 12 JANUARY 2015 @ 4pm at the office of the Samoa Qualifications Authority.
All applications must include Curriculum Vitae, contact information for two referees and an outline of the methodology proposed for
carrying out the projects and completing the Terms of Reference.
JOB VACANCIES
The Samoa Chamber of Commerce and Industry is an association of businesses, corporations, industry
associations and business people representing in the very broadest sense, the Private Sector Business
Community in Samoa. It is now Samoa’s National Private Sector Organisation in partnership with
Women in Business Inc. (WIBDI) and Samoa Hotel Association (SHA).
The Samoa Chamber is committed to improving the economic and social well being of the people of
Samoa by supporting policies that will promote the sustainable growth of Samoa’s economy and ensure
decent work opportunities for all. It is the largest advocacy group for industry, representing businesses in
Samoa at the national, regional and international level.
Through funding support from the Pacific Leadership Programme (PLP) the Samoa Chamber of Commerce
now invites applications for the following positions:
1. Policy Officer (1)
2. Membership Services Officer (1)
Applications are due 4pm 30th January 2015 by delivery to the Samoa Chamber Office, Apia, Samoa.
All applications to be marked Confidential and addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, Samoa Chamber
or emailed to [email protected] . Your application should consist of the following:
• Cover Letter
• Updated copy of your CV
• Claims against criteria in Job Description
• 3 references (2 professional, 1 academic)
For further information on the Job descriptions, please contact Hobart Vaai
[email protected] or call the Chamber Office +685 31090.
Masters Degree in Diplomacy & International Relations - Spain
AWARD: Masters in Diplomacy and International Relations
INSTITUTION: Spanish Diplomatic Academy, Madrid-Spain
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATION: 31
st
January 2015
The details of the above schorlarship award by the Spanish International Development Aid Agency can be found at
http://www.boe.es/boe/dias/2014/11/28/pdfs/BOE-A-2014-12349.pdf or interested applicants can visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for
further details.
Please note that Spanish language knowledge is one of the requirements.
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CALL FOR APPLICANTS
Pacific Islands Leadership Program with Taiwan (PILP)
We are pleased to announce that the University of Hawaii’s East West Center - Pacific Islands Leadership Program with Taiwan
(PILP) is now accepting applications for the 2015 PILP Fellowship cohort.
Embassy Apia highly encourages applicants to apply directly to the East West Center as instructed, AND inform our Embassy of your
submission at [email protected]
Now in its third year, the objective of the PILP Fellowship is to empower up to 125 young leaders from across the Pacific Islands region to
exercise leadership and promote cooperation in a variety of cultural, geographical and institutional environments. This program seeks to
attract candidates possessing outstanding intellectual promise, high leadership potential, and commitment to serve the development
needs of their countries. It is intended to strengthen participants’ knowledge and understanding of key economic, social, political, health,
educational and environmental issues affecting the region, and enable them to cultivate the leadership skills, approaches and networks to
make meaningful contributions to the region throughout their careers.
Starting in late July and ending in November 2015, participants will spend approximately two months engaging in experiential learning
exercises at the East-West Center’s campus in Hawai‘i, in addition to a month of field study in Taipei at the Taiwan Ministry of Foreign
Affairs’ Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs. The program curriculum includes such topics as applied leadership skills, project
planning, social entrepreneurship and risk analysis, climate change and environmental stewardship, international relations, and public
health.
Citizens from the Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, French Polynesia, Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, Palau, Papua New Guinea,
Republic of the Marshall Islands, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, and Vanuatu are eligible for these competitive, merit-based
fellowship awards. Early- to mid-career professionals, spanning the ages of approximately 25-38, from all professional backgrounds
(government, business, environment, NGOs, health, media, agriculture, education and others) are encouraged to apply.
The PILP Fellowship provides funding for tuition and course materials, residence hall room costs, health insurance, a living stipend, roundtrip airfare to Honolulu, roundtrip airfare from Honolulu to Taipei, and SEVIS fees for J-1 visas [if required].
Please visit our website at www.eastwestcenter.org/pilp for application forms, instructions and answers to frequently asked questions
(FAQs). Applications must be completed before February 1, 2015 in order to be considered.
Inquiries should be sent to the [email protected] email account.
The Queens Young Leaders Programme
www.queensyoungleaders.com
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Notice From the Ministry of Health
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