The Micronutrient Initiative Job Vacancy: Zinc Program Coordinator, Jakarta

The Micronutrient Initiative (MI) is an international Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) dedicated to ensuring that the world’s most vurnerables – especially women and children in developing countries – get  the vitamins and minerals they need to survive and thrive. With headquarters in Ottawa, Canada MI maintains regional offices in New Delhi, India and Dakar, Senegal that manages our country offices in Asia and Africa. MI wishes to continue its technical and financial support on ORS and zinc supplementation in the treatment of diarrhea among young children program  in West Nusa Tenggara, West Java and Banten provinces.

In order to guide, supervise and coordinate the scaling up the program in these 3 provinces with the Government and other stakeholders, The MI requires a following position:

Zinc Program Coordinator

The main responsibility of the coordinator will be to facilitate and monitor the implementation of the ORS and Zinc supplementation in childhood diarrhera program on behalf of MI. The specific responsibilities are described in website: HERE

Qualifications:
  • Master’s degree in any of the following disciplines: public health, nutrition, medicine, health systems management, international development and/or a related field including medical degree. 
  • A good understanding of human nutrition especially the role of micronutrients 
  • Experience in working with or within public health systems. 
  • Good knowledge of government policies and programs to address nutrition in Indonesia.
  • Ten years’ experience working for at least 2 of the following kinds of organizations: national and district governments, NGOs, community groups, donors, UN agencies (preferably a combination of experience in at least two of these). 
  • Experience in results-based management.
  • Frequent travel within Indonesia, occasional travel within the region 
  • In addition to Bahasa, fluency in English (reading, writing & oratory skills) is a prerequisite. 
  • Good computer skills, including MS Office programs.
Interested and competent applicants are requested to submit i) application letter; ii) recent Curriculum Vitae (CV); iii) photograph; and iv) address of two referees. Application can be submitted through email to vacancy.miindonesia@gmail.com, post or hand delivered to the address: MI Indonesia Office, Gedung Wirausaha Lt. 2, Jl. HR Rasuna Said Kav. C-5, Jakarta 12940.

The last date for receiving application is April 3, 2015. Only short listed candidate will be called for further interview.

Save the Children Job Vacancies: Cocoa Life Project Officer - Lampung & South Sulawesi

Save the Children is an international NGO and the world’s top independent charity for children in need. Since 1919, we have been fighting for children’s rights, saving their lives and providing hope for brighter futures worldwide.  In Indonesia, Save the Children currently works in eleven provinces, has staff of approximately 200 local professionals, and programming in Child Protection, Education, Health and Nutrition, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Humanitarian Response. 

Save the Children in Indonesia is seeking to fill the following position:

COCOA LIFE PROJECT OFFICER
2 positions, based in Lampung
2 positions, based in South Sulawesi
Code : CLPO-based

ROLE PROPOSE:
Mondelēz International and Save the Children share a concern for the well-being of children and families in the cocoa-producing areas of Indonesia, and we are partnering in supporting a project through the Mondelēz Cocoa Life program in Lampung and South Sulawesi.  The goal of the Cocoa Life program is to empower cocoa farmers and their families, with an emphasis on youth and women, in order to improve their well-being and promote sustainable cocoa farming in the South Sulawesi and Lampung provinces. It will address outcomes in the areas of community development, livelihoods, youth and environment. 

Updated CV and application letter should be sent to recruitment.indonesia@savethechildren.org
Please fill the “subject” column of the e-mails in this format: < CLPO-based ><your name>
Closing date for application is up to 31 March 2015
(Only short-listed candidates will be notified)

Save the Children Job Vacancy: Cocoa Life Child Protection Specialist - Lampung

Save the Children is an international NGO and the world’s top independent charity for children in need. Since 1919, we have been fighting for children’s rights, saving their lives and providing hope for brighter futures worldwide.  In Indonesia, Save the Children currently works in eleven provinces, has staff of approximately 200 local professionals, and programming in Child Protection, Education, Health and Nutrition, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Humanitarian Response.

Save the Children in Indonesia is seeking to fill the following position:

COCOA LIFE CHILD PROTECTION SPECIALIST
1 position, based in Lampung
Code : CLCPS

ROLE PROPOSE:
Mondelēz International and Save the Children share a concern for the well-being of children and families in the cocoa-producing areas of Indonesia, and we are partnering in supporting a project through the Mondelēz Cocoa Life program in Lampung and South Sulawesi.  The goal of the Cocoa Life program is to empower cocoa farmers and their families, with an emphasis on youth and women, in order to improve their well-being and promote sustainable cocoa farming in the South Sulawesi and Lampung provinces. It will address outcomes in the areas of community development, livelihoods, youth and environment.

Updated CV and application letter should be sent to recruitment.indonesia@savethechildren.org
Please fill the “subject” column of the e-mails in this format: < CLCPS ><your name>
Closing date for application is up to 31 March 2015
(Only short-listed candidates will be notified)

Hivos Job Vacancy: Project Manager AIP-PRISMA - Ngada, Manggarai Barat & Kupang

JOB VACANCY 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 : Project Manager AIP-PRISMA (Pig Sector)
Duty Station : Ngada or Manggarai Barat or Kupang (NTT)

Duration : End February 2016

Report to : Coordinator/Program Development Manager Green Food

Project Background
In March 2014 Hivos started implementation of a 'M4P' (Making Markets Work for the Poor) project funded by DFAT under its Australia-Indonesia Partnership for Promoting Rural Income through Support for Markets in Agriculture (AIP-PRISMA) program. The project "Commercial Pig Rearing in NTT" is a two-year initiative implemented in conjunction with individual farmers, local partners and the private sector in NTT Province.

The objective of the project is to increase pig farmer incomes by improving and incentivising productivity. This will be achieved by addressing several constraints on farmers' efficient participation in the market, namely: facilitating farmer access to finance; increasing the speed at which pigs can be raised via the introduction of improved pig breeds; encouraging the development of service providers for fodder, extension services, commercial aggregation and processing; and developing retail, wholesale and export potential in NTT.

Functional context The Project Manager will be based in the field, either in Ngada or in one of the project extension locations (Manggarai Barat or Kupang, TBC). The Project Manager is responsible for the overall performance and management of Hivos's AIP-PRISMA program, including implementation, monitoring, donor reporting and documentation. S/he will provide senior leadership to the project's field implementation team, consisting of a Field Coordinator and
Monitoring and Results Management Officer, and work closely with the project's implementing partners and private sector actors. Monthly travel to Hivos's office in Jakarta will be required, and frequent travel between project implementation locations in NTT.

Roles and responsibilities:
1. To manage Hivos's AIP-PRISMA portfolio, which includes processing proposals, preparing all of necessary documents and administrative handlings and monitoring partners (with support from Field Coordinator and Monitoring & Result Measurement Officer.

2. To contribute and support to the other possible expansion and thematic programs which aims to the improvement of organization.

3. To create financial planning, budgeting, performance, capacity development and risks management of projects.

4. To process funding request for the program, this included: entrance of nominal data and project summary in project administration, assessment of organizational capacities, viability of objectives and strategies of proposed programs/activities, and budget.

5. To monitor, manage effectively and evaluate the implementation of multi-stakeholders.

6. To ensure effective communication among team members.

7. To represent Hivos ROSEA in (technical) meetings of DFAT's AIP-PRISMA project in Indonesia and other countries when needed.

8. To forge strong relationships and builds supportive networks with relevant stakeholders and managing communication, writing and translating about the project in Indonesia and the relevant work of the project's stakeholders.

9. To be responsible on the progress of the project, this included: monitoring and evaluation of the impact and outcome of the grantee, providing regular progress report.

10. To be responsible in research, studies and survey and evaluation activities of AIP-PRISMA project.

11. To prepare lessons learned from the project and develop a plan for future activities.

12. To support the knowledge dissemination through trainings, mentoring and field visits.

13. To contribute to Hivos overall organizational and policy development.

14. To manage Hivos portfolio, which includes processing proposals, preparing all of necessary documents and administrative handlings and monitoring partners (in coordination with Field Coordinator and Monitoring & Result Measurement Officer).

15. To be a reliable and supportive team member to the whole team.

Knowledge, experiences and competencies

  • Proven experience in project management and implementation. 
  • Experience in managing grants and sub-grants.
  • Knowledge and experience applying monitoring and evaluation tools and using information gathered to improve project performance.
  • Experience in building capacity of partner organizations and demonstrated success in interacting with government agencies.
  • Ability to work in multi-cultural environment and with a wide range of stakeholders.
  • Outstanding English oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to ensure that project schedules and objectives are met.
  • Ability to travel to project areas within Indonesia and to attend meetings/conference as required.
What do we offer?
An inspiring and dynamic working environment, dedicated colleagues and the possibility to work for an ambitious new international initiative of Hivos programmes.

How to apply? To apply for this position please submit:
  • A cover letter expressing motivation for the position. 
  • A CV, no more than 4 (four) pages, that highlights how the candidate meets the expected qualifications.
To: application.id@hivos.org no later than Tuesday, 7 April 2015.

This is an opened position at national level.

Please specify the position name you are applying for ('Project Manager AIP-PRISMA') in the 'subject' line of your email. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
WWF Indonesia Job Vacancy: Communication and Awareness Officer, Kayan Mentarang, North Kalimantan

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: Communication and Awareness Officer based in Malinau, North Kalimantan, which will be responsible to provide communication materials and strategy on communication and advocacy to ensure the adequate delivery of the progress of Kayan Mentarang  Projects to Donors, Stakeholders and Community as well as to ensure the strengthen the support from stakeholders and policy makers. The officer for this position is also expected to conduct direct advocacy to the community to increase the visibility of WWF Project and increase community awareness. 

Requirements for This Position are:
  • Bachelor Degree from International Relations, Journalistic, Environmental Sciences or any related majors. 
  • 2-4 years experiences in related field, those who have experience in environmental issues is preferred 
  • Familiarity with Malinau culture would be an advantage 
  • Having experience in writing report and publication materials in English 
  • Having experience on Reach out and advocacy activities related to environmental issues
All correspondence should be addressed to the Human Resources Department of WWF Indonesia via email: vacancy@wwf.or.id and indicate “Communication and Awareness Kayan Metarang” on the subject of the email.

Applications will be considered until a suitable candidate is identified and selected. Please note that only short-listed applicants meeting the above requirements will be contacted

Hivos Job Vacancy: Training Coordinator - Jakarta, Indonesia

JOB VACANCY 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 : Training Coordinator

Duty Station : Jakarta, Indonesia

Duration : One year with possibility of extension

Report to : Program Director

Background The Islands of Southeast Asia Network on Male and Transgender Sexual Health (ISEAN) and the Humanist Institute for Co-operation with Developing Countries (Hivos) jointly implemented the ISEAN Hivos Program supported by Global Fund Round 10. This program has the main goal of reducing the risks, vulnerability and impact of HIV and AIDS on the lives of MSM and transgender community in Island Southeast Asia Nations. It intends to address critical gaps in supporting and scaling up activities that reduce HIV/AIDS among MSMs and TGs.
The Training Coordinator shall perform tasks related to the management and program implementation of the ISEAN Hivos Program under the Global Fund. The ISEAN Hivos Program is being implemented in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Timor Leste.

Functional context

The Training Coordinator Coordinates with: Program Officer, Finance Officer, Grant Officer, M&E Officer, Administration Officer, SRs, IHP implementing partners, national stakeholders.

Roles and responsibilities:
1. Provide overall supervision of the planning, implementation, documentation and monitoring of the IHP Phase 2;
2. Develop the ISEAN-Hivos Training Plan for Phase 2, in coordination with the RPD and in collaboration with in-country Training Officers;

3. Review, provide feedback and approve the in-country training plans submitted by SR-SSRs,

4. Ensure that planned trainings and training related-expenses are within set budgets;

5. With the RPD and other program officers, assess management, technical assistance and training needs at the level of the PR and SRs;

6. Assess the capacity and learning needs of in-country teams and training officers;

7. Manage the development and coordination of training curricula, manuals and educational tools;

8. Collect, check and maintain the programmatic supporting documents of each activity conducted by the Implementing partners to be ready for reporting purposes.

9. Develop, manage and maintain a training data base for the program;

10. Coordinate with national/regional stakeholders to identify appropriate facilitators for these training programmes, and act as a training facilitator as required;

11. Perform the role of the trainer/training facilitator as required;

12. Liaise with and monitor engaged training consultants;

13. Develop and implement quality assurance mechanisms to assess impact of training activities and systems;

14. Provide regular modifications of training curricula, manuals, etc. based on training needs and post-training assessments.

15. Lead in the preparation and release of the quarterly IHP Newsletters

16. Lead in IHP activity documentation activities, including publications, researches and similar initiatives.

Knowledge, experiences and competencies

* Bachelors level- University Degree in Development, Public Health or equivalent in a relevant field. Master's degree is preferred.

* With at least 2 years experience in working with Global Fund Programs, Experience in developmental organizations or international NGOs (e.g. UN system) may be considered;

* Strong knowledge of project cycle management as well as established skills in program implementation and established experience in capacity building activities.

* Indonesian citizen;

* Excellent communication skills with fluency in written and spoken English.

* Familiarity with the issues of MSM, Transgender and HIV in the region is preferred.

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 application.id@hivos.org <mailto:application.id@hivos.org> no later than 6th April 2015
This is an opened position at national level.

Please specify the position name you are applying for ('Training Coordinator) in the 'subject' line of your email. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Save the Children Job Vacancy: Cocoa Life MEAL Officer based in Lampung

Save the Children is an international NGO and the world’s top independent charity for children in need. Since 1919, we have been fighting for children’s rights, saving their lives and providing hope for brighter futures worldwide.  In Indonesia, Save the Children currently works in eleven provinces, has staff of approximately 200 local professionals, and programming in Child Protection, Education, Health and Nutrition, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Humanitarian Response.

Save the Children in Indonesia is seeking to fill the following position:

COCOA LIFE MEAL (Monitoring Evaluation Accountability and Learning) OFFICER
1 position, based in Lampung
Code : CLMEO

ROLE PROPOSE:
Mondelēz International and Save the Children share a concern for the well-being of children and families in the cocoa-producing areas of Indonesia, and we are partnering in supporting a project through the Mondelēz Cocoa Life program in Lampung and South Sulawesi.  The goal of the Cocoa Life program is to empower cocoa farmers and their families, with an emphasis on youth and women, in order to improve their well-being and promote sustainable cocoa farming in the South Sulawesi and Lampung provinces. It will address outcomes in the areas of community development, livelihoods, youth and environment.

Updated CV and application letter should be sent to recruitment.indonesia@savethechildren.org
Please fill the “subject” column of the e-mails in this format: < CLMEO ><your name>
Closing date for application is up to 31 March 2015
(Only short-listed candidates will be notified)

Conservation International Job Vacancy: Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Coordinator, Medan

VACANCY ADVERTISEMENT
Working in 30+ countries globally, Conservation International (CI) Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to empowering societies to responsibly and sustainable care for nature for the good of humanity. We are constantly growing and expanding into areas new and old.

With each step, we need more and more hands. Apply your passion, skills, and talents to helping us protect the most important places around the world.

Conservation International Indonesia (CII) is currently looking for highly qualified candidates to fill the Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Coordinator position for our project based in Medan, Indonesia.

Job Summary:
The Sustainable Landscapes Partnership (SLP) program will establish a replicable model of public-private partnerships that foster low carbon development opportunities, thereby helping to address global climate change and contribute to economic growth.  The SLP will combine public (USAID) and private philanthropic (Walton Family Foundation) funding facility focused on catalyzing low carbon private sector investment in specific landscapes of high conservation value in Indonesia over a five-year period (2011-2015).  This Facility will invest in low carbon and Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) development activities and business models that seek to reduce or eliminate deforestation and associated CO2 emissions.

The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Coordinator will provide support to SLP’s M&E Specialist related to effective data collection, monitoring, evaluation and reporting in order to measure program impact and report to donors. The M&E Coordinator will oversee data collection and cleaning, and maintain monitoring and reporting systems for SLP, carry out monitoring visits and prepare field reports. S/he will be expected to train program staff to ensure performance indicators and output, outcome and impact data are prepared and collected properly in targeted geographic and thematic areas. S/he will ensure the accurate and timely submission of all relevant reports. S/he will work closely with SLP’s M&E Specialist and field teams to verify data is accurate. S/he will also maintain good relationships with internal and external partners, including government officers, private sector partners, other NGOs, and community members to gain their engagement.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Data Collection and Database Management

1. Data Collection and Database Management
  • Oversee all routine Monitoring and Evaluation actions and ensure templates (Data Intake Forms) are appropriately used and Standard Operating Procedures are followed in support of SLP’s Performance Monitoring Plan (PMP) and other USAID and CII indicators. 
  • Enter quantitative data and means of verification into an SLP database, maintain the database, ensure that all data is cleaned and verified; serve as database troubleshooter.
  • Ensure M&E indicators in database match reporting requirements.
  • Work with SLP technical leads to ensure timely and adequate data collection on indicators on quarterly basis;
  • Proactively identify key program and themes areas for evaluation and analysis.
  • Ensure adherence to all USAID regulations related to M&E.
2. Reporting
  • Provide written contributions to weekly, quarterly and annual reports as needed. 
  • Format and process data for reporting to USAID (which should include monthly or quarterly progress reporting and annual review);
  • Assist the Communications Team in the gathering of newsletter items of interest, providing photographs, writing newsletter articles, providing information for monthly, quarterly, and annual reports; 
  • Support gender assessment and training;
  • Identify lessons learned and recommendations that will contribute to future SLP monitoring and evaluation and program implementation strategies; 
  • Other duties as assigned by the M&E Specialist.
3. Training
  • Strengthen the capacity of the SLP Field Team and technical specialists by identifying training opportunities and increasing the team’s knowledge of M&E protocols and practice
Minimum Required Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree (S1 or higher) in management, forestry, agribusiness, rural development or related field;
  • Minimum five years of experience with Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) systems on donor funded programs, preferably with USAID experience;
  • Proven track record in obtaining and analyzing data and reporting on program results for donors;
  • Strong analytical skills, excellent computer skills in MS Office and experience in using database programs for data entry, analysis and reporting;
  • Frequent travel to program field sites in North Sumatera (Medan, TapUt, TapSel, and Madina) and ability to spend between 50-60% of time in SLP program locations in North Sumatera to undertake regular monitoring and evaluation activities;
  • Experienced with donor reporting and developing systems to capture data that can be reflected in accurate and well written reports;
  • Excellent communication skills both in English and Bahasa Indonesia (reading, writing, and oral); 
  • Ability to work with a variety of stakeholders from local and national governments to the private sector.
  • Proven track record of working in challenging settings to achieve successful outcomes;
  • Ensure good reporting with complete information captured and in timely manner.
  • Self-motivated, team-oriented and able to submit deliverables often under short-timelines
  • Familiarity with local environmental issues and social and cultural realities in North Sumatera.
Competent and confident in collecting and analyzing data (both qualitative and quantitative) using a range of survey instruments spanning SLP thematic elements Indicate the position title’ ME and Reporting Coordinator’ in the email subject line.

Please indicate the position you are applying for in the email subject, and submit the application by 31 March 2015 to ciindoneisa.hrd@gmail.com

Apply your passion, skills, and talents to helping us protect the most important places around the world. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Save the Children Job Vacancy: Cocoa Life Senior Project Officer - South Sulawesi

Save the Children is an international NGO and the world’s top independent charity for children in need. Since 1919, we have been fighting for children’s rights, saving their lives and providing hope for brighter futures worldwide.  In Indonesia, Save the Children currently works in eleven provinces, has staff of approximately 200 local professionals, and programming in Child Protection, Education, Health and Nutrition, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Humanitarian Response.

Save the Children in Indonesia is seeking to fill the following position:


COCOA LIFE SENIOR PROJECT OFFICER
1 position, based in South Sulawesi
Code : CLSPO

ROLE PROPOSE:
Mondelēz International and Save the Children share a concern for the well-being of children and families in the cocoa-producing areas of Indonesia, and we are partnering in supporting a project through the Mondelēz Cocoa Life program in Lampung and South Sulawesi.  The goal of the Cocoa Life program is to empower cocoa farmers and their families, with an emphasis on youth and women, in order to improve their well-being and promote sustainable cocoa farming in the South Sulawesi and Lampung provinces. It will address outcomes in the areas of community development, livelihoods, youth and environment.
 
Updated CV and application letter should be sent to recruitment.indonesia@savethechildren.org
Please fill the “subject” column of the e-mails in this format: < CLSPO ><your name>
Closing date for application is up to 31 March 2015
(Only short-listed candidates will be notified)