News: Your plans for 2014?

We are seeking applications from individuals and couples interested in filling the following requests (and more) in 2014. Enquire via (02) 9518 9551, palms@palms.org.au or www.palms.org.au.

Samoa

Secondary School Teachers
Are needed to teach across disciplines – English, Maths, Science, Chemistry & Physics in a Catholic Secondary school, about 1 hour from the capital of Apia, on the island of Upolu.

Vocational School Teachers
Teach in a post-secondary vocational school, located just outside of Apia, in the following areas: automotive, electrical, plumbing, metal fitting and wood work.

Papua New Guinea

Legal Consultant
To provide legal advice and assist with the development of policies, contracts and by-laws for a well-established University.

Accountant/Finance Officer
Assist with managing the day-to-day finances, reporting to new and potential funding partners, and providing support/training of the local staff. The NGO is responsible for relocating Carteret Islanders to Tinputz and Tearouki in Bougainville, as a result of climate change.

Timor-Leste

Sharon with Health Centre Staff in Atabae, Timor-Leste
Staff Trainer/Development Mentor
Provide training and mentoring of staff to increase their skills to successfully manage their NGO which provides community education programs and projects that enhance opportunities for income generation and livelihood programs. This NGO is located in a rural fishing village.

English Teacher/Trainer & Computer Teacher/Trainer
Provide training and mentoring for teachers across primary and secondary schools in the teaching of English and Computer studies in a rural, remote coastal village. Would suit a couple.

Kiribati

Secondary School Teachers
Teach in the Catholic Secondary schools on the island of South Tarawa, in English, Mathematics and Geography.

Project Officer
Support and mentoring of local administrative staff working in the Catholic Diocesan Office in South Tarawa.

Workshop Manager
Day to day management/administration of the workshop which employs 9 staff working in carpentry and mechanical repairs working for the Catholic Diocese of Tarawa & Nauru.

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As long as the problems of the poor are not radically resolved by rejecting the absolute autonomy of markets and financial speculation and by attacking the structural causes of inequality, no solution will be found for the world’s problems or, for that matter, to any problems. Inequality is the root of social ills. - Pope Francis (Joy of the Gospel 202)