Programme Delivery Officer
The Programme Delivery Officer will be pivotal in implementing and delivering on the work programme and budget of the PCREEE. The role will work collaboratively with the Manager of the PCREEE as well as the rest of the PCREEE Team, the Georesources and Energy Programme of the GEM Division as well as partners and the GN-SEC.
The key responsibilities of the role include the following:
Key selection criteria
Salary, terms and conditions
Required starting date – This position is available immediately.
Contract Duration – 3 years
Remuneration – The Programme Delivery Officer - PCREEE is a Band 11 position in SPC’s 2018 salary scale, with a starting salary range of 3,405 - 4,215 SDR (special drawing rights) per month, which currently converts to approximately USD 4,699–5,816 (EUR 4,210–5,212). An offer of appointment for an initial contract will be made in the lower half of this range, with due consideration being given to experience and qualifications. Progression within the salary scale will be based on annual performance reviews. Remuneration of expatriate SPC staff members is not subject to income tax in Tonga; Tonga nationals employed by SPC in Tonga will be subject to income tax.
Benefits for international employees based in Tonga – SPC provides a housing allowance of USD 1,000–2,000 per month. Establishment and relocation grant, removal expenses, airfares, home leave, medical and life insurance and education allowances are available for eligible employees and their recognised dependents. Employees are entitled to 25 days of annual leave and 30 days of sick leave per annum, and access to SPC’s Provident Fund (contributing 8% of salary, to which SPC adds a matching contribution).
Languages – SPC’s working languages are English and French.
Equal opportunity – SPC is an equal opportunity employer. Recruitment is based entirely on merit; in cases where two short-listed candidates are judged to be of equal rank by the selection committee, preference will be given to Pacific Island nationals.
Child protection – SPC is committed to child protection, irrespective of whether any specific area of work involves direct contact with children. SPC’s Child Protection Policy is written in accordance with the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Police clearance – Successful candidates will be required to provide a police clearance certificate.
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