POSITION TITLE: Part Time – Project Assistant
PROJECT: Digital Connectivity and Cybersecurity Partnership (DCCP) – Pacific
POSITION LOCATION: Suva, FIJI
Nathan Associates, a Cadmus Company is implementing the USAID Digital Connectivity and Cybersecurity Partnership Project in the Pacific region. With its headquarters based in Suva, Fiji, the DCCP project spans 12 Pacific Island Countries – Fiji, Federated States of Micronesia, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu. DCCP – Pacific seeks to improve digital access and connectivity and support the efficient delivery and use of digital services throughout Pacific Island Countries, through the following objectives:
1. Improving broadband access, resulting in more secure and affordable services;
2. Amplifying successful public-private initiatives, resulting in a strengthened regulatory and legal framework for regional alignment;
3. Advancing digital government services; and
4. Enhancing essential digital skills of civil servants, officials, and citizens, supporting the next generation of ICT specialists.
DCCP supports workforce readiness enabling students and youths to be part of the DCCP initiatives. DCCP believes in cultivating the talented graduates that are ready to join the ICT, digital connectivity and cybersecurity field.
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
To provide support to the finance, operations and technical team by managing general administrative and technical support:
Training Material Development:
QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
TIMEFRAME AND REPORTING LINES
Duration: 6 months (3-5 days upon negotiation)
Reporting line: The Project Assistant will report directly to the Finance & Administrative Manager, Workshop and Logistics Coordinator and the technical coordinators.
Supervision and Support: Regular check-ins and support will be provided by the designated supervisor and technical coordinators
Evaluation: Performance will be assessed based on the ability to fulfill the outlined responsibilities and contribute positively to the administrative functions and technical support of the project.
Note: We encourage Pacific Islanders to apply for this position particularly women, youths, and persons with disabilities. This role is subject to modification to meet the evolving needs of the project.
Applications are due on 9 February 2023.
Finalists will engage in a selection process, including screening and interviews.