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Informasi Beasiswa S2 (Magister Manajemen) "The Future Leader-7" PPM School of Management, Jakarta

PPM School of Mangement, Jakarta kembali membuka pendaftaran untuk Beasiswa “THE FUTURE LEADER 7”. Raih kesempatan untuk mendapatkan beasiswa studi S2 (Magister Manajemen) senilai Rp 109.000.000,- (seratus sembilan juta rupiah), meliputi :
  • Pembebasan biaya perkuliahan (tuition fee) secara penuh
  • Original textbook yang digunakan selama kegiatan perkuliahan 
  • Uang saku senilai Rp 1.000.000,-/bulan selama kegiatan perkuliahan (18 bulan)
Syarat dan ketentuan :
  • Lulusan S1 (jurusan apa saja) dengan IPK min. 3,00 
  • Usia maksimal 26 tahun pada tanggal 30 Desember 2014 
  • Hasil TOEFL dengan nilai min. 500 (450 bila computer based) / IELTS 6 (Preparation TOEFL diperbolehkan) 
  • Memiliki kepemimpinan yang baik 
  • Belum menikah
Batas akhir pendaftaran dan pengiriman berkas tanggal 3 Januari 2015 (cap pos).

Untuk info lebih lanjut dan pendaftaran online silakan klik PPM The Future Leader atau hubungi kami di 021 - 9377 8177.

Rainforest Alliance Vacancy: Finance Coordinator, Sustainable Agriculture - Bali

Title: Finance Coordinator, Sustainable Agriculture Unit: Finance & Administration

Reports to: Finance Manager - Finance & Administration 
Location: Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia

The Rainforest Alliance is an international nonprofit organization that works to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land-use practices, business practices and consumer behavior. Based in New York City, with offices throughout the United States and worldwide, the Rainforest Alliance works with people whose livelihoods depend on the land, helping them transform the way they grow food, harvest wood and host travelers.

Position Summary:
The Finance Coordinator will be responsible for the financial needs of two IDH-funded projects in implementation in Asia and conduct project-specific administrative tasks. S/he will monitor and report on the financial health of these projects, ensure their financial functions are carried out and provide the assigned Sustainable Agriculture project managers with regular updates on the project’s fiscal health. S/he will conduct the work in compliance with finance, contracts and administrative requirements as established by Rainforest Alliance Headquarters (HQ) and the funding body, IDH. S/he will work under the supervision of the Agriculture Finance Manager and coordinates closely with project staff.

  • Prepare all payment requests related to the relevant IDH projects ensuring financial coding, supporting documentation and approvals are accurate for A/R processing – these include payments to vendors, consultants & sub recipients; 
  • Facilitate and coordinate administrative functions related to vendor, consultant & sub award agreements using appropriate Rainforest Alliance templates and in accordance with Rainforest Alliance procedures and donor requirements; coordinate with project and agreement support staff as required; 
  • Update the financial “project pipelines” on a monthly basis using the tools and data available at Rainforest Alliance, coordinate closely with the project managers to make sure the most relevant financial data is included; 
  • Monitor expenses and revenues to ensure that the projects do not overspend available revenue and that restricted funds are used according to donor requirements; 
  • Oversee periodic budgeting revision processes according to the donor’s project planning procedures; coordinate with the Finance Manager as needed; 
  • Assist in the annual Rainforest Alliance budget process for Sustainable Agriculture and specifically lead the budget process for the two IDH projects; 
  • Ensure that project activities are carried out according to the restrictions and requirements of the funding source, such as procurement requirements, travel guidelines, etc.; 
  • Train project staff, consultants and implementing partners in the restrictions and requirements of the funding source; 
  • Coordinate the preparation of periodic financial reports and reimbursement requests to donors in close coordination with the program managers and Finance Manager; 
  • Organize and maintain records on project information and materials; upload relevant reports & project documents to the Salesforce and SharePoint databases and use proper naming conventions; and 
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in accounting, finance, information systems, operations, grants management or related field, or comparable work experience; 
  • Minimum 2 years experience in financial support functions;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English; fluency in Bahasa; 
  • Must have excellent computer skills (MS Office and Internet); 
  • IDH, World Bank, or United Nations projects experience in any related field a plus; 
  • Knowledge of typical donor restrictions (particularly on cost allow ability) a plus; 
  • Excellent organizational skills, ability to work independently as well as in a team environment, assess priorities and multi-task with strong attention to detail; 
  • Strong analytically skills; and 
  • Willing to travel internationally (on average, once a year). 
  • Only candidates authorized to work in Indonesia will be considered
Salary: Commensurate with experience.

How to apply:
To apply: Send resume, cover letter and salary history to Human Resources, Rainforest Alliance, Jl. Tantular Barat No. 88, Denpasar – Bali, Indonesia 80114; E-mail: If emailing, use the following format in the subject line: first name and last name, job title of position you are applying for.

The Rainforest Alliance is an equal opportunity employer.

Closing Date: 05 Dec 2014

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Rainforest Alliance Vacancy: Chain of Custody Staff Auditor, Asia Pacific - RA-Cert, Bali

Title:Chain of Custody Staff Auditor, Asia Pacific - RA-Cert
Reports to:Chain of Custody Associate, Asia Pacific - RA-Cert
Location: Denpasar, Bali

The Rainforest Allianceis an international nonprofit organization that works to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land-use practices, business practices and consumer behavior. Based in New York City, with offices throughout the United States and worldwide, the Rainforest Alliance works with people whose livelihoods depend on the land, helping them transform the way they grow food, harvest wood and host travelers.

Position Summary:
The Chain of Custody (CoC) Staff Auditor will conduct certification audits and assessments for RA-Cert’s CoC certification services, including audit scheduling, on-site visits, and report writing. S/he will also manage the CoC certification process for a subset of RA-Cert clients and provide customer service, report reviews, quality control.

Chain of Custody Auditing
  • Conduct certification services, including assessments and annual audits for RA-Cert CoC clients, including on-site visits to client operation facilities in Asia Pacific region; 
  • Conduct desk audits; 
  • Manage all travel arrangements to conduct the assigned fieldwork; 
  • Write audit/assessment reports based on audit findings; 
  • Communicate with clients and RA-Cert staff in preparation and finalization of audit engagements; 
  • Develop strong expertise in RA-Cert and FSC Chain of Custody standards, policies and protocols; and 
  • Provide input for policy development and technical improvements to the certification system;
Task Management
  • Manage the execution of Chain of Custody assessments and audits for a portfolio of clients to include budgeting, service contracts, team identification, logistical planning, report review, liaison with clients and finalization of reports for approval; 
  • Develop and implement annual audit schedules and ensure timely and efficient completion of annual audits 
  • Ensure efficiency, quality control and adherence to RA-Cert technical and administration certification protocols for all jobs directly under his/her responsibilities; 
  • Receive, process and file forms, conduct data entry and other information for a full range of certification services; 
  • In coordination with the RA-Cert Staff, provide customer service to current and potential Rainforest Alliance clients to include, (but is not limited to), providing information about certification, guidance on interpretation of certification standards and logo use; and 
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Bachelor or equivalent degree; 
  • Minimum of 2 years work experience, preferably in forest product industry, print industry, agricultural industry, or related field; 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English; 
  • Previous auditing experience and/or ISO training preferred; 
  • Strong skills in MS office, Adobe Acrobat, databases, and Internet; 
  • Background or interest in environmental conservation preferred; 
  • Knowledge of RA-Cert certification and/or FSC certification a plus; 
  • Strong customer service skills; 
  • Verbal and written communication skills in French a plus 
  • Initiative, self-motivated, resourceful, detail oriented, dependability, strong attention to detail; 
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team; and 
  • Willingness and ability to travel up to 75% of the time.
Only candidates authorized to work in Indonesia will be considered

Commensurate with experience.

How to apply:
Send resume, cover letter and salary history to Human Resources, Rainforest Alliance, Jl. Tantular Barat No. 88, Bali, Indonesia; E-mail: If emailing, use the following format in the subject line: first name and last name, job title of position you are applying for.

Deadline: 05 Dec 2014

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Elva Community Engagement Vacancy: Project Manager, Jakarta & Aceh

****Please note:**** Full working proficiency in Indonesian preferred.

Elva Community Engagement
Elva Community Engagement is looking for an experienced project manager to coordinate a pioneering democratisation project in Indonesia. The project will be implemented by Elva and the Asia Foundation and aims to promote citizen participation in local decision-making processes throughout Indonesia. To achieve this aim, Elva will develop a mobile and web platform that allows citizens to participate in surveys on local issues and to interact with local politicians to identify and address local issues of concern. The project manager will be based in Jakarta, with occasional travel to Aceh.

Duties and responsibilities:
The project manager will carry out the following tasks:
  • Support the conceptual design of the citizen engagement platform, based on feedback from local citizens
  • Ensure the correct and timely implementation of all planned project activities in cooperation with Elva management
  • Coordinate all project activities with international and local project partners
  • Train local communities in using the citizen engagement platform
  • Identify and develop new ways to implement Elva's services in Indonesia.
  • Write monitoring and evaluation reports in a timely manner and according to donor requirements
Required skills and experience:
  • A university degree in Political Science/Sociology or IT/web development, or any discipline relevant to the above duties.
  • Proven experience in project management, particularly through using innovative tools to achieve social impact.
  • Ideally experience in working with local communities.
  • Passionate about the concept of using new technologies for conflict management.
  • Ability to develop and maintain a broad network of contacts within the social innovation sector in Indonesia.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in Indonesian and English
Elva offers:
  • A 4-month deliverable-based contract starting 1 December 2014 with the possibility of extension.
  • The work is well compensated according to local standards, taking into account your background and experience.
  • An informal, innovative learning environment within a dynamic, growing organization.
  • Work experience within an enthusiastic international team on a diverse range of challenging issues.
About us: Elva Community Engagement (website and brochure) builds pioneering web and mobile tools that connect citizens in Africa, Asia and Europe with humanitarian organisations to monitor and resolve local issues of concern. Local communities and international organisations are using our tools for monitoring a wide variety of important issues, including conflict situations, election processes and environmental degradation. Our work takes us to different corners of the world, including:
  • Georgia: A project to monitor and address security incidents in conflict-affected communities, using SMS and smartphone apps (see here and here)
  • Libya: support local organisations prevent conflict using a mobile phone based reporting platform.
  • Central African Republic: a platform that helps humanitarian actors map relevant incidents and needs of conflict-affected and displaced peoples.
Our work is being recognised and supported by leading international organisations including the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). We have presented our work at international forums, such as the OSCE Security Days and the International Conference of Crisis Mappers.

By joining our ambitious and dynamic team, you will be able to enjoy an innovative environment and make great ideas happen in a wide range of countries.

How to apply:
Please send a CV and concise cover letter in English to by Sunday 30 November 18:00 (GST). Only candidates who are selected for an interview will be contacted.

Sumatran Orangutan Society Vacancy: Trustee

Sumatran orangutans are critically endangered and without urgent action could be the first Great Ape species to become extinct. SOS is dedicated to turning this situation around. We do this by:

Supporting grassroots projects which empower local people to become guardians of the rainforests

Restoring damaged orangutan habitat through tree planting programmes.

Campaigning on issues threatening the survival of orangutans in the wild.

Raising awareness about the importance of protecting orangutans and their rainforest home.

We are a small charity, with a big impact. We are really proud of the results our projects and campaigns are having – together with our partner organization in Sumatra, we have planted over a million trees to restore damaged orangutan habitat, and we are supporting people living next to these precious areas to work towards a sustainable future for their forests.

We are currently seeking an individual with specific and substantial expertise in campaigning, and would like to hear from others with well-established skills and experience who feel they would be able to contribute to and guide the strategic development of the charity.

SOS trustees meet quarterly inOxford, and are expected to be available for regular consultation and input on a range of issues between meetings. Trustees operate in a voluntary capacity, but SOS will cover all reasonable expenses incurred while exercising your responsibilities.  Details of trustee responsibilities can be found on the UK Charity Commission website.

If you are interested in becoming a trustee, have an interest in supporting conservation in Indonesia and, importantly, are able to contribute time to this role, we would be delighted to hear from you.

Please contact Helen Buckland, Director, for an informal discussion, on Tel. (01865) 403341, or email:, and send CVs and expressions of interest by email, by 5th January 2015. Early applications are encouraged.

SOS is a Registered Charity in England and Wales no. 1085600
(We have recently registered as a CIO, no. 1158711)

PLAN International Vacancy: DRR & CCA Specialist, Kupang

Plan is an international humanitarian, child-focused development organization without religious, political or governmental affiliation.  Plan’s vision is a world in which all children realize their full potential in societies that respect people’s rights and dignity. Plan Indonesia started to operate in Indonesia on 1969.

Due to organizational new structure,  Plan Indonesia is looking for a dynamic Indonesian national to fill the position of:

DRR & CCA Specialist
(Based in Kupang)

  • Support and provide technical assistance on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) & Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) component for Plan Indonesia 
  • Responsible to ensure the quality of DRR & CCA component undertaken to the overall implementation 
  • Ensures that all learning of DRR & CCA project implementation is documented and shared within Plan Indonesia and partners 
  • Responsible for project monitoring and evaluation
  • Develop project implementation and monitoring guidelines and tools
  • Monitor project quality and provide input for improvement inline with the project design
  • Alert Program Unit (PU) technical staff, Program Unit Managers, as to any problems with project quality or variations from strategy
  • Provide technical input to the development of project work plan for each PU
  • Review PU level planning for technical quality
  • Prepare aggregate technical progress reports as required by do
  • A bachelor or master degree in a relevant field
  • At least five years of experience in Specialist (or relate) position 
  • At least 8 years of experience in DRR and CCA
Knowledge and Skill:
  • Strategic planning, monitoring and evaluating skills 
  • Strong analytical skills 
  • Good English skill both in oral and written communication 
  • Experience in the development of workable guidelines and standards 
  • Knowledge of the Indonesian context would be desirable with relevant field experience 
  • Experience in the development of workable guidelines and standards 
  • Demonstrated facilitation and training experience
All applications will be treated in confidence. Only short-listed candidates will be notified and invited for interviews. Please submit your letter of application and detailed curriculum vitae in English by email not later than November 27, 2014  to:

Please fill the 'subject' column of the e-mails in this format: (The Position)–(Your Name). File attachment not later than 1MB.

Wildlife Conservation Society Vacancy: Finance and Administration Officer, Lombok

The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has a distinguished history of scientists exploring and saving wildlife in some observation. Wildlife Conservation Society - Indonesia Program (WCS-IP) has significantly grown over the last decades, and contributed substantially to the conservation of biodiversity in Indonesia. We currently work in several landscapes in Sumatera, Sulawesi, Lombok and Sumbawa area, where we aim at protecting threatened species and their habitat. In order to achieve our overall goal of saving wildlife and wild places, WCS-IP is currently seeking for qualified candidates to fill the following vacancy:
Position: Finance and Administration Officer
Based in: Lombok office, Nusa Tenggara Barat
Contract period: 1 year with possibility of extension

The Finance and Administration Officer reports directly to the Lombok – Sumbawa Project Coordinator  with close coordination with other field program staffs and Marine Finance and Administration Officer in Bogor office. The main responsibility of the Finance and Administration Officer is to perform accounting and record keeping task, as well as any administrative support required by the WCS-IP projects in Lombok . This position will operate on project basis.

For more information about the positions and Wildlife Conservation Society – Indonesia Program in details, please visit our website at : HERE

HIVOS Vacancy: Financial Tender Support and Compliance Officer, Jakarta

Hivos is a Dutch non-governmental organization guided by humanist values. It aims at structural poverty alleviation with a strong focus on civil society building and sustainable economic development. Hivos provides financial support for local NGO's, is active in networking, lobbying and exchanging knowledge and expertise. For its Southeast Asia Regional Office in Jakarta, Hivos seeks qualified Indonesian candidates for the position of: 

Title : Financial Tender Support and Compliance Officer 
Duty Station : Jakarta, Indonesia  
Duration : One year with possibility of extension 
Report to : Finance Controller 

Functional context
The Financial Tender Support and Compliance Officer provides financial and accounting support to the Finance Controller and program teams in the development and execution of programmmes. The Financial Tender Support and Compliance Officer advises the Coordinator/Senior Business Development Officer; Business Development Officer; Finance Controller and Finance Officer on developing budgets and financial accounts and other records for projects in accordance with donor requirements.

The Financial Tender Support and Compliance Officer works with the Finance Controller, who is in charge of the overall controls. S/he also interacts with the Finance Officer, who supports programme and project teams in both the resource mobilisation process and the result delivery process and the financial project accounting. Contact with management is probable, as the main task concern compliance with donor requirements in terms of budget and deployment of proposals and contracts (implementation).

Roles and responsibilities: 

1. Budgeting and forecasting.

  • To learn all related donor's guidelines before budget preparation to ensure the capability of Hivos to comply with requirements.
  • To develop budget to be embedded in project proposal, together with programme teams, using Hivos' budget tools and to ensure that related parties are enabled to work according to guidelines.  
  • To review budget with local partners on a regular basis, to regularly monitor and document grant expenditures and grant funded activity to ensure effective grant management and advancement of programme implementation.  
  • To review and communicate grant expiration dates, altered timeframes, milestones and major changes in budgets and to prepare adjustment as necessary (including extension of project, budget amendments, plan change, programme evaluation etc).  
  • To monitor budget allocations, expenditures, fund balances and related financial activities for the purpose of ensuring that allocations are accurate and recorded, expenses are within budget limits and/or fiscal practices are followed.  
  • To attend donor meetings and trainings as needed.  
  • To participate in meetings, workshops and seminars for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information required to perform functions.  
  • To serve as an institutional resource on grant compliance, participate in the review of new funding opportunities and provide critical feedback on institutional eligibility and risk.
2. Compliance.

  • To comply with donor and Hivos' requirements. 
  • To ensure that contracts issued by Hivos to local partners comply with donor and Hivos' requirements.  
  • To establish policies and procedures to ensure compliance with donor and Hivos' requirements.  
  • To ensure local partners' project budget and timeframe according to budget and timeframe approved by donor.
3. Capacity building, in coordination with the Finance Officer.

  • To conduct internal compliance audit to local partners to ensure the compliance with donor and Hivos' requirements. 
  • To ensure that Hivos internal teams and its partners understand the requirements of donor and Hivos.  
  • To strengthen financial management capacities of partner organisations to ensure accuracy, transparency and accountability, this including developing, maintaining and training staff in the proper application of time-keeping, data collection and management.  
  • To conduct field visits as necessary.
4. Grant administration.

  • To ensure accurately and timely preparation of grant billings. 
  • To create and maintain appropriate spreadsheets and documentation required by donors, and by Hivos such as due dates, timesheets, etc.  
  • To maintain a variety of manual and electronic fiscal information, files and records (i.e. accounts payable, accounts receivable, contracts, etc) for the purpose of providing an up-to-date reference and audit trail.
Knowledge, experiences and competencies
  • Minimum 5 year experience with multi donors (EU, AUSAID, USAID, etc) budget development and monitoring. 
  • Proven track record in handling multi donors financial administration.
  • Knowledge of basic fundraising techniques and strategies.
  • Knowledge of accounting sufficient to prepare detailed financial and budgetary analysis or budgetary problems.
  • Demonstrated analytical skills that allow for interpretation of budgetary, financial and related management information.
  • Excellent writing skills in English.
  • Strong organizational skills to work independently and to prioritize a heavy work load and excellent interpersonal skills to work cooperatively with persons at all levels in the organization.
  • Attention to detail with a high degree of accuracy.
  • Ability to exercise good judgment and discretion, especially with regards to sensitive or confidential personnel or organizational matters.
  • Excellent computer skills and experience using spreadsheets, charting and other software tools, such as MS word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook.
What do we offer? 
An inspiring and dynamic working environment, dedicated colleagues and the possibility to work for an ambitious new international initiative.

How to apply? 
To apply for this position please submit your CV and a cover letter to no later than Wednesday, 3 December 2014.

Please specify the position name you are applying for ('Financial Tender Support and Compliance Officer') in the 'subject' line of your email. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

WWF Vacancy: Green / Blue Economy Leader based in Jakarta

We are the largest nature conservation NGO in Indonesia, which has started its activity since 1962. Currently, we have 28 offices, from Aceh to Papua and has a total of more than 400 staff. Since 2006, our organization supported by more than 54,000 supporters from all over the archipelago.

We are currently seeking a highly qualified, experienced candidate, who has reputable qualifications for: Green / Blue Economy Leader (to be based in Jakarta).

  • Master Degree or equivalent
  • At least 7 years of relevant work experiences with the last five years managing a relevant program/project
  • Experiences on climate change and energy issues with economic, land use aspects and energy issues with technology, economic, and broader environmental aspects
  • Experience on leading a project, minimum at national scale
  • Experience as member of an international team and work with multicultural counterparts
With responsible such as:
  • Develop theory of change for green/blue economy
  • Use information from data & other sources to develop policies and guidelines (or drafts) on green/blue economy to be adopted by all level of government
  • Securing resources (both financial and human/institutional), identify strategic alliance, lobby and execute the most efficient strategic option
  • Analyze  the  impact  of  concluded  and  or  ongoing  green/blue economy work/activities, in order to give feedbacks for current and or future strategic adjustment on transformation activities
Interested candidates are encouraged to send application letter not later than November 26, 2014 to: only shortlisted candidates will be proceed.