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24 Juni 2017

FHI 360 Job Vacancy: Timebound Personnel for Data Entry, Indonesian

Position Title: Timebound Personnel for Data Entry

Project Overview
The USAID-funded project, Linkages Across the Continuum of HIV Services for Key Populations Affected by HIV (LINKAGES), under the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) program is implemented by FHI 360 in partnership with Pact, IntraHealth International and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and conducts a range of activities to reduce HIV transmission among key populations (KP) — sex workers, men who have sex with men, transgender persons and people who inject drugs — and improve their enrollment and retention in care and treatment across the HIV cascade. LINKAGES will accelerate the ability of governments, key population leaders, organizations working with key populations, and private-sector providers to plan and implement services that reduce HIV transmission among key populations and their sexual partners and extend the lives of those already living with HIV.

The key elements of the FHI 360-led team’s strategic and technical approach are:
  • Identifying key populations and locales and comprehensively assessing risk,
  • Diagnosing “leaks” and revealing access barriers within the HIV services cascade,
  • Scaling up “what works” while innovating to ensure the most strategic use of resources and access to newly emerging technologies,
  • Addressing structural barriers and transforming local KP organizations,
  • Ensuring interventions are sustainable over the long term, and
  • Supporting the mainstreaming of human rights, gender and competency and capacity development.

Linkages focus works in 8 districts in Jakarta and Papua with 3 results area. One of result area is strengthening systems for planning, monitoring, evaluating and assuring the quality of program for key populations. To support this area, Linkages will recruit 2 data entry consultants who will be working officially in Jakarta office.

JOB SUMMARY:
The Consultants will assist M&E and SI team in entering the data into LINKAGES database system in completely and timely and the results of entered data has highly quality.

DUTIES AND KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Ensuring the quality of data before entering the data into LINKAGES database system
  • Entering the data in completely and timely
  • Ensuring the results of entered data has highly quality
  • Creating pivot table to ensure the quality of data
  • Assist Senior Technical Advisor, M&E/SI in monitoring the appropriate indicator of success
  • Assist Senior Technical Advisor, M&E/SI to ensure Linkages partners have good data
  • Perform other duties as assigned
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Diploma or Bachelor’s degree in relevant education
  • Minimum of 2 years’ professional experience in data entry position
  • Has highly attention and interest on data
  • Is meticulous person
  • Has intermediate skill on Microsoft Excel
DELIVERABLES
Monthly update report which describes activities and deliverables

Consultancy Location and Travel
The consultancy will be based in Jakarta. This consultancy is for 50 working days from Aug 1 to Dec 31, 2017. The extended time will be possible depend on performance.

Period of Performance
Aug 1 to Dec 31, 2017

Remuneration and Expenses
The consultant will be paid an agreed daily rate for her/his services.  Payment will be made on a monthly basis after the successful completion and approval of tasks assigned during that month.

Submissions
Applicants should submit resume and applicant’s CV to hr.indonesia@fhi60.org by the latest 14 July 2017. Please put the position title as subject in the e-mail.

Peace Corps Job Vacancy: Language and Cross - Cultural Coordinator, Surabaya

The United States Peace Corps program in Indonesia is currently open recruitment for qualified and motivated candidates for positions in SURABAYA.

Position: Language and Cross-Cultural Coordinator (LCC)

Division/ Department: Programming & Training Unit

Salary: Depends on salary history, the annual basic salary minimum is Rp.148,550,922

Location: Surabaya, works throughout Indonesia

Reports to: Director of Programming & Training

Statement Of Work – LCC:

General Description
The Language and Cross-Cultural coordinator is an integral part of the Programming and Training (P&T) team and ensures the quality of the language and cultural component of training. The LCC is responsible for the development, preparation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and reporting on language and cross-cultural components at Pre-Service Training (PST), In-Service Trainings (ISTs and MSCs), Close of Service (COS) training, and other workshops for Trainees and Volunteers. The LCC also assists the TM with the recruitment, selection, training, and management of temporary training staff, and coordinates work with the Programming Team. The LCC continues develop new and relevant language and cultural learning materials and refine approaches to support Volunteers with on-going language and cultural learning. The work of the LCC is both programmatic and training.

LCC must consistently use a range of support and communication skills including active listening, interactive coaching, and timely and consistent follow through on requests for support and/or assistance and/or program adaptations. The LCC should foster and develop personal and professional growth, celebrate accomplishments, promote best practices and consistently champion the efforts of Trainees and Volunteers. The LCC also works closely with other members of Peace Corps staff to support Volunteers in their life and work in Indonesia. Quality of work is judged by the relevance and effectiveness of the cross-culture and language programs and ultimately by the effectiveness of the Volunteers in applying their language and intercultural skills in their local communities. Quality of work is also judged by the collaborative participation with all Peace Corps staff, especially the programming and training team.

Peace Corps Indonesia employs several weeks of orientation and training to prepare new staff members for their roles in the organization.

Summary of Responsibilities

SUPPORT FOR COUNTRY PROGRAM

  • Assist and coordinate with the TM development of a yearly calendar of training events (COTE) and the overall language and cross-cultural budget for PCVs based upon their ongoing training needs and post priorities, in coordination with PP&T staff and other stakeholders.
  • Oversee the design, creation, reproduction, procurement, and inventory of language and cultural training materials, services, and resources needed for training events.
  • Establish and act as primary point of contact for professional relationships with language schools providing training services and materials to Trainees and Volunteers.
  • Review and develop goals, objectives, session outlines, and budget of language and cross-cultural training events with other staff members and make recommendations for improvement before and after the training events. Suggest innovations, changes, or polices that may enhance Peace Corps operations.
  • Review evaluations of language and cross-cultural training events and make recommendations for improvement of future events and assists in preparation of the annual Training Status Report (TSR) to be submitted to HQ.
  • Assist in ongoing staff development by conducting needs assessments, designing Cross cultural training session, identifying local expertise/trainers/advisers as required, co-facilitating the training, and evaluating results.
  • Complete special projects and assignments for the TM and/or P&T team as needed.
  • Provide general support as needed to P&T team, requiring familiarity with Volunteers, projects, sites, and functions of the unit.
  • Manage pool of LPI testers—select, schedule training, and organize refreshers on a regular basis.
  • Provide support to the P&T team by participating in the host family identification process for PST and by co-facilitating orientation training for the selected PST host families.
LANGUAGE COMPONENT/CROSS CULTURAL COMPONENT
Peace Corps conducts extensive pre-service training to prepare Volunteers for their two-year assignments, as well as various in-service events that provide Volunteers and their Indonesian partners with updated knowledge and skills in Bahasa Indonesia and other Indonesian languages and cross-cultural areas. The LCC provides effective and solid on-site coordination and administration to ensure the highest quality of Indonesian language and cross-cultural experiences for Trainees and Volunteers. Duties for training events include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Participate in the training staff selection process, particularly for language and inter-cultural positions.
  • Oversee and support language facilitators (LFs) and community liaisons (CLs), ensuring that they carry out their responsibilities according to their SOWs.
  • Conduct a thorough and extensive Training of Trainers (TOT)/Language Training of Trainers (LTOT) prior to PST for all LFs. Utilize the adult experiential learning model to guide them in session and materials design, innovative approaches and activities.
  • Develop PST Indonesian language training calendar and curriculum, including plan for session designs, activities, and assignments and cross-cultural component. Address the practical needs of Trainees as they strive to adapt to using Bahasa Indonesia language for daily needs and conversation.
  • Organize field trips, excursions, and other language and cross-cultural activities that expose Trainees to various aspects of Indonesian society.
  • Identify, create, and/or adapt Indonesian language materials, suitable to Peace Corps Indonesia’s program, for both PST sessions and independent study. Prior to PST, and in cooperation with the TM and DMO, order all necessary language books and materials for use in class, at site, and throughout PC service.
  • Collaborate with language training provider to conduct additional TOT as necessary throughout PST and actively assist LFs with the design and production of training session materials, flipcharts, etc.
  • Monitor language classes and provide ongoing feedback to each LF and CL at regularly scheduled intervals according to evaluation criteria and make recommendations for improvements. Design an evaluation instrument for LFs’ and CLs’ performance.
  • Provide technical expertise to Bahasa Indonesia and other local language trainers and facilitators, implementing sessions when necessary, encouraging discussions and activities, and acting as an important resource and cultural informant. Revise competencies and design, record and evaluate all sessions accordingly.
  • Collaborate with technical and language trainers to design and implement integrated community learning activities, including the Community Entry Passport assignment, throughout PST. Ensure the integration of the cultural, technical, health and safety and security components of training into the language curriculum whenever possible, in classroom sessions as well as in practice language sessions
  • Provide input and cultivate relationships with potential guest speakers with cross-cultural expertise.
  • Conduct site visits during training and in service to monitor PCTs’ and PCVs’ language acquisition. Hold individual interviews with both Trainees and host families to discuss language-learning progress.
  • Provide documentation on Trainees’ performance in language training, in support of decisions to recommend or not recommend each Trainee to become a Volunteer.
  • Develop and implement a comprehensive testing approach and coordinate the testing schedule for all Trainees.
  • Participate in assessment of Trainees throughout the training, providing constructive feedback to PC and PST staff. Participate in permanent site placement meetings.
  • Suggest and submit language materials to be used in pre-departure assignments, the Trainee Handbook, and other publications.
  • Train new LFs and CLs if any to ensure every staff member has the same teaching standard of Peace Corps. Be able to do on-the-job coaching if necessary.
  • Design and implement language component evaluation that will help Peace Corps Indonesia improve language training in the future.
  • Compile copies of all language-training materials and names of resource persons with recommendations for future use in a way that can be easily referenced for the next training.
  • Review and update language/cross-cultural materials to ensure they are up to date and appropriate to the nature of the program.
  • Submit Language-training weekly report to TM on a weekly basis.
  • Ensure good communication among the P&T team uphold and supporting the Peace Corps’ goals, philosophy and mission. Foster a production cooperating working relationship among training staff, partners, and other PC staff. 
VOLUNTEER/TRAINEE SUPPORT AND ASSESSMENT
Trainees and Volunteers are provided with quality training and ongoing project support that equips them to be self-sufficient and to have a productive and fulfilling experience at site. The LCC is a key support and contact person for Trainees and Volunteers in language and cross-cultural matters. Support duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Provide PCTs/PCVs with guidance either as a group or on an individual basis, through positive leadership, direct language and cross-cultural assistance, and consultation.
  • Design an ongoing language learning program, including training events, language immersion programs, promotion of tutoring, ongoing language learning materials, and assessments throughout service.
  • Encourage and motivate Volunteers to focus on ongoing language learning by distributing relevant materials in a timely manner; this can include weekly updates, web-based materials, etc.
  • Support language tutoring for Volunteers including identifying local or online tutors, providing tutors with training, providing materials, matching Volunteers with tutors, ensuring the quality of tutoring, managing the tutoring budget.
  • Help Trainees and Volunteers to identify their individual learning needs and provide support to Volunteers with strategies in working with their tutor at their permanent site as needed.
  • Support PCVs in the field through organizing Intensive Language Workshops and through providing assistance (guidance and materials development) for various tutoring options.
  • Actively participate in the development and implementation of a trainee assessment and feedback process for all training events.
  • Support Trainees and Volunteers with cross cultural information and guidance. Assist Trainees and Volunteers in identifying resource people and places in their villages that will help them to fully explore and experiment with the language
  • In cooperation with PST staff, visit trainees at the cluster villages to observe directly the results of training and obtain input for future programs.
  • Ensure all Trainees/Volunteers complete LPIs at the end of PST, at mid-service, and at close of service, and manage data and record-keeping.
  • Develop collegial relationships with Volunteers and provide timely, proactive, and responsive communication through phone calls, text messages, emails, visits at site and at the Peace Corps office, or during training events.
  • Keep accurate notes regarding Volunteer communication using the VIDA database.
  • Advise Volunteers on Peace Corps policies and monitor adherence to policies, documenting non-compliance as needed.

Other

  • Support Trainees and Volunteers and serve as a cross-cultural informant and language coach. Attend language, technical, and safety and security sessions
  • Be able to act as a substitute LF or CL if necessary.
  • Provide general administrative and office support as needed. Prepare correspondence, reports, and other documents related to the language and cross-cultural training components.
  • Keep accurate and complete records of all training materials used for each training event.
  • Act as translator and interpreter for PC and PST staff as needed.
  • Prepare and submit all documents, materials, handbooks, reports, etc. as required by the DPT and accordingly to established criteria and format.

Qualifications
Experience:

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience working in related fields
  • Working in training and training design or education settings, in particular with adult learners (highly desirable)
  • Prior experience working with Americans and/or experience living abroad preferred
Language:

  • Fluency in both English and Bahasa Indonesia (written and spoken) is required, as is an ability to quickly and accurately switch between Indonesian to English, and vice versa.
  • Ability to speak other Indonesian languages (e.g., Bahasa Jawa, Bahasa Sunda, Bahasa Madura) is desired.
  • Ability to quickly and accurately translate and interpret from Bahasa Indonesia to English, and vice versa
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Experience with training design and facilitation utilizing experiential, adult-education methodologies, counseling or providing feedback to others
  • Experience monitoring and evaluating training events and demonstrated experience in creative and innovative solutions
  • Excellent knowledge of Indonesia (people, environment, history, religion, etc.) and ability to teach Americans about cultural difference and act as a resource person.
  • Experience managing and supervising staff and leading teams
  • Strategic planning in designing longer-term training continuum
  • Demonstrated abilities to maintain professional networks of contacts with organizations and/or government officials through personal contact and correspondence.
  • Experience teaching foreign language with knowledge of learning styles and approach is a strong advantage.
  • Ability to work in a cross-cultural setting as a part of an intercultural team.
  • Knowledge of the challenges and benefits of working in a cross-cultural environment.
  • Ability to work under time restraints and manage many projects.
  • Ability to contribute to process improvements by assessing, analyzing, and recommending solutions.
  • Ability to coordinate effectively with other units and external parties in achieving specific objectives.

Educational Background:

  • University/college degree required, preferably in English Education, International Development, Cross-Cultural Studies, or a similar field.
HOW TO APPLY
Please submit the following by email as one PDF file to id-jobs@id.peacecorps.gov

  • Application Cover Letter
  • CV

Please indicate “LCC” in the subject line of the email.

To be considered the email should be sent on or before:
Monday July 10, 2017 at 10:00AM local Surabaya time.

Greenpeace Southeast Asia Call for Proposal Legal Services - Indonesian

LEGAL SERVICES FOR GREENPEACE SOUTHEAST ASIA-INDONESIA 

Perkumpulan Masyarakat Pencinta Lingkungan dan Damai Asia Tenggara, namely Greenpeace Indonesia is an independent campaigning non-government organization that exists to protect and conserve our environment. Greenpeace Indonesia acts in peaceful ways to change governments’, businesses’ and societal behavior and attitude towards our earth and our physical, social and economic environment, to ensure a sustainable future for all. To achieve the above mentioned objectives Greenpeace Indonesia run campaigns in different areas.

In regards to the above, Greenpeace Indonesia is currently seeking comprehensive and quality legal services to strengthen its campaign operations in Indonesia. It is aimed that a reputable Indonesian law firm can provide legal services to Greenpeace Indonesia in the following work areas: corporate or governance of the organization, litigation, campaign actions, and industrial relations. The law firm is also expected to provide quality legal advices and services to ensure that Greenpeace Indonesia complies with relevant laws and regulations in Indonesia and need to have the following qualities:
  • At least 10 years of experience in legal practicing in Indonesia, preferably with strong track records in the four work areas those are mentioned above.
  • Clean track records. Have not represented nor provided legal services to government, government officials, and companies with history of environmental destructions/violations, human rights abuses and corrupt practices.
  • Proven capacity in providing legal services in English, including but not limited to legal counseling, drafting of legal documents as well as legal accompaniment in English.
  • Led by Senior Lawyer or Advocate as Senior Partner(s).
  • Experience in working with civil society organizations is an advantage.
For those who are interested may request the complete Terms of Reference by sending the request to jobs.id@greenpeace.org Please write on the subject line “REQUEST ToR_your law firm name”

NOTE: Deadline for the Proposal submission will be on July 24, 2017 at 17.00

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Jobs Application Desk
Greenpeace Southeast Asia - Indonesia

Abt Associates manages KOMPAK Job Vacancies: Ruang Desa Activity Coordinator & PRE Coordinator - Jakarta

Abt Associates manages KOMPAK, an Australia-Indonesia government partnership supporting the Government of Indonesia’s efforts in reducing poverty through improvements in basic service delivery and creating opportunities for work.
KOMPAK focuses its efforts on three result areas:
  • Improving access, quality and delivery of basic services in health, education and legal identity;
  • Strengthening village governance, community participation in governance as well as community-led development and;
  • Creation of opportunities for off-farm employment and economic development.
KOMPAK invites qualified individual for the positions below:

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
We encourage applicants from experienced and capable women, and people with disabilities
Abt Associates is a child safe organisation and promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children

KNCV Indonesia Membuka Lowongan Technical Officer for TB – DGIS Project Penempatan di Sumatera Barat, Banten, Sulawesi Selatan & Papua Barat

Yayasan KNCV Indonesia is a newly established non-profit organisation that aims to be a strong local and self-sustaining organization dedicated to the fight against tuberculosis (TB) in Indonesia. Yayasan KNCV Indonesia promotes effective, efficient, innovative and sustainable tuberculosis control strategies in Indonesia.  We are an organization of passionate TB professionals, including doctors, researchers, training experts, and epidemiologists. We aim to stop the spread of the TB epidemic and to prevent the further spread of drug-resistant TB.

Currently Yayasan KNCV Indonesia is looking for a:

Technical Officer for TB – DGIS Project (4 posts)
Duty Stations : West Sumatera, Banten, South Sulawesi, West Papua

The Technical Officer for TB – DGIS Project will provide technical assistance to support the implementation and monitoring of the diagnostic effort, cartridge utilization and  (interim) treatment outcomes during the first year of rapid Xpert and PMDT scale-up , to allow targeted supervision and support by NTP and Yayasan KNCV Indonesia. 

Key Responsibilities include:
  1. Technical Assistance
    • Provide technical assistance to provincial health offices (PHO) and partners and possibly to district  health office in the implementation of PMDT site expansion and Xpert optimization with several intended activity, such as:
      • Provide TA to establish new PMDT site and ensuring the site is meet the standard of PMDT quality care.
      • Provide TA on Xpert utilization by ensuring the new algorithm is implemented, and the sputum transport mechanism is established.
      • Provide TA to PMDT sites to improve the DR TB case holding, and interim treatment outcomes.
    • Coordinate with PHO / DHO and PMDT sites to ensure that ex DR TB patient group is established and function.
    • Facilitate the training of interdisciplinary teams and patient support groups at PMDT sites in provision of patient centered care and psychosocial treatment support to ensure treatment uptake and adherence among MDR-TB patients.
    • Identify problem(s) of the implementation of GF TB grants through providing quality TA, particularly in PMDT and Xpert areas.
    • Participate in the regular coordination meetings with the PHO and DHO (if required).
  2. Knowledge Management
    • Provides input to KNCV strategy by providing district context information.
    • Initiates and facilitates discussions with regards to TO – TB work on the district level.
    • Develops and maintains personal knowledge in the technical areas related to his/her work.  

Qualifications and Competencies: 
  1. Educational Qualification
    • Medical Doctor/Officer preferably with a NGO background, a degree in public health, epidemiology or comparable qualification.
    • Non-civil servant.
  2. Specific Competencies
    • Minimum 3 years of working experience in Public health/medical science or management, preferably in health/TB control program.
    • Excellence communication and negotiation skills.
    • Preferably with knowledge in Project Management and TB program.
    • Thorough knowledge of MS Office.
    • Good English.
  3. General Competencies
    • Ability to create a supportive working environment amongst all staff.
    • Ability to work as part of multi-cultural team and independently.
    • Motivated and willing to learn and implement new ways of working.
    • Accurately follow the organizational procedures and regulations.

Yayasan KNCV Indonesia offers a flexible and supportive work environment and strongly encourages developing your skills and abilities to further your career opportunities.

Interested applicants are requested to submit their CV and application to recruitment.indonesia@kncvtbc.org by 14 July 2017 at the latest.
Please ensure to put the post you apply for and preferred duty station in the subject line of your e-mail.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Peace Corps Job Vacancy: Program Assistant - TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Certificate, Surabaya

The United States Peace Corps program in Indonesia is currently open recruitment for qualified and motivated candidates for positions in SURABAYA.

Position: Program Assistant –  TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Certificate

Division/ Department: Programming & Training Unit

Salary: Depends on salary history, the annual basic salary minimum is Rp.117,142,766

Location: Surabaya,  works throughout Indonesia

Reports to: Director of Programming & Training

Statement Of Work – PA TEFL Certificate:

General Description
Under the supervision of the Director of Programming & Training (DPT), the guidance of the Program Manager (PM) and Regional Managers (RM), and the collaboration of another program assistant the Program Assistant (PA) – TEFL Certificate provides support to the Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL)/TEFL Certificate program. The PA works with the DPT, PM, RMs, and other staff as part of the Programming & Training Unit (PTU).

The PA must consistently use a range of support and communication skills including active listening, interactive coaching, and timely and consistent follow through on requests for support and/or assistance and/or program adaptations. The PA should foster and develop personal and professional growth, celebrate accomplishments, promote best practices and consistently champion the efforts of Trainees and Volunteers. The PA also works closely with other members of Peace Corps staff to support Volunteers in their work in Indonesia. The PA will actively contribute to the overall direction of the Peace Corps program in Indonesia and help to ensure the safety and security of Trainees and Volunteers. Quality of work is also judged by collaborative participation with all Peace Corps staff, especially the programming and training team.

Peace Corps Indonesia employs several weeks of orientation and training to prepare new staff members for their roles in the organization.

Summary of Responsibilities

TEFL Certificate Project Support

  • Gains an understanding of the Peace Corps Education Sector Guidance as it pertains to TEFL and the TEFL Core Curriculum by reviewing the relevant material including competencies, learning objectives and training materials; reviews with P&T staff as needed.
  • Conducts focus group discussions or interviews with current PCVs to understand additional TEFL training needs that may vary from the current material, and works with the TEFL project manager and PAC members to revise/adapt the training sessions if needed to the realities and specific needs of PC TEFL Trainees in Indonesia.
  • Provides feedback and evaluates the teaching of PCVs/PCTs based on the Teaching Proficiency Index (TPI).
  • Conducts ongoing TPI observations for both PCVs/PCTs as scheduled by other PTU staff.
  • Participates in events as scheduled and required by the TEFL Certificate Program, such as planning, organizing, and facilitating on-line training events, PCV teaching observations, assessing and evaluating Volunteer teaching using the TPI, etc.
  • Enters grades in a timely fashion into the on-line grade book for monitoring Volunteer progress.
  • Manage the procedural elements of the quarterly On-line Learning Communities (OLC) events
  • Help manage and facilitate discussion boards events
  • Maintains a professional and positive public image with the staff, Volunteers/Trainees and the local community to ensure the proper implementation of the Peace Corps mission.
  • Works both independently and as part of a team and enhances Peace Corps philosophy and decisions.

Programming and Training Duties

  • Serves as a proactive resource for all Volunteers regarding their work as English teachers
  • Coordinates with PTU on the tasks and documentation related to Volunteer management, guidance, and support
  • Coordinates with PTU to visit PCVs at their permanent sites as needed, and observes and provides feedback on PCVs teaching activities and assists with host family issues when necessary.
  • Assist the PM in fostering positive, collaborative relationships with school administrations, teachers, and other community organizations to ensure that host schools understand the project purpose and have realistic expectations of Volunteers;
  • Prepares and updates relevant databases, documents and files in a timely and complete manner
  • Acts as a support and resource person for other technical training staff throughout PST and assists them in planning, designing, and implementing training sessions as well as being a coordinator for Resource Volunteers and other outside trainers;
  • Acts as technical trainer; deliver technical training sessions at training sessions using interactive teaching methods and adult learning principles, either independently or in collaboration with other technical trainers
  • Assists the PM in site visits, particularly to observe and evaluate Volunteer’s teaching at site, provide constructive feedback and ensure that volunteer’s teaching strategy reaches the standards of the new TEFL Certificate program;
Trainee and Volunteer Support

  • Assists Trainees and Volunteers in improving their job performance through technical support, cultural insights, and direction to relevant and available resources, as needed.
  • Supports and troubleshoots problems invitees have in trying to participate in pre-departure online learning
  • Manages timeline on pre-departure sessions and encourages invitee participation
  • Supports Trainees and Volunteers with personal counseling and guidance on various technical strategies for classroom teaching, and policies and procedures, as needed.
  • Contributes to the assessment of Volunteers’ needs for technical training.
  • Collaborates with PM and TTC in providing technical support to Volunteers related to the educations project goals and objectives;
  • Provides support to trainees as needed in planning, organizing and implementing the TEFL practicum activities, and is available to help trainees develop effective cross-cultural strategies and productive habits for adjusting to working in an Indonesian classroom with a HCN teacher.
  • Provides key PC staff with feedback and observations regarding the personal attributes of each trainee required to qualify for service, including motivation for service, productive competence, maturity and adaptability level, skills acquisition, social and cultural sensitivity.

TEFL Materials and Resource Development

  • Proactively identifies and circulates information supportive to Volunteer’s activities
  • Responds to Volunteers’ requests for materials.
  • Compiles and distributes best teaching practices of PCVs for use in teaching.
  • Updates printed and electronic resources for Trainees and Volunteers, as needed.
  • Evaluates and recommends TEFL for procurement and distribution to PCVs. Orients Trainees and Volunteers to resources and library system as needed.
  • Posts and organizes relevant resources to available media (e.g., Share-point, Yammer, monthly newsletter, etc.), including notification about newly received materials.
  • Collaborates with relevant staff on post PST work until the end of contract date, i.e. preparation and implementation of post PST trainings, visiting each Volunteer as scheduled by the TEFL team for lesson observation and feedback, etc.

Other

  • Ensure open communication and regular meetings with the PM and other PA, as well as other PTU staff, as these positions must work closely and effectively together.
  • Serves as back-up to Program Manager as needed.
  • Stays up-to-date on the field of English teaching in Indonesia, and recommends innovations in PC programming and training when possible.
  • Be consistent and assertive in enhancing PC policies and procedures.
  • Observes professional code of ethics in regard to Volunteers/Trainees, Staff and the community.
  • Observes the limits of confidentiality with Volunteers/Trainees and Staff.
  • Promotes learner independence and PCTs/PCVs’ self-sufficiency.
  • Assist PTU staff as needed in conducting site identification surveys of potential Volunteer site placements for incoming groups, especially the second round site check. Work with project partners and potential Supervisors and Counterparts to develop the Volunteer’s work site assignment.
  • Performs other duties as assigned according to Peace Corps Indonesia’s needs.
  • TDY Travel: The Contractor is subject to worldwide availability and may be requested by the Peace  Corps to be reassigned or transferred permanently to another Peace Corps Post/Headquarters  or  perform temporary duties (TDY) as required and to travel to other assignments within Peace Corps’ as assigned. Any such reassignment or transfer shall be subject to agreement of the Contractor. The Statement of Work as defined will remain the same; however the duties may be subject to change as determined by the Contracting Officer. Provides regular and timely support, both technical and general, to Volunteers.

Qualifications

  • Experience:
    • At least five years’ teaching English as a foreign language, preferably in Indonesian school system
    • At least two years’ experience conducting teacher training desirable
  • Language:
    • Oral and written fluency in Bahasa Indonesian and English required. Knowledge of Javanese, Madurese, or other provincial language preferred
  • Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
    • Attention to detail.
    • Knowledge of Peace Corps’ cooperative development philosophy, goals, and policies.
    • Ability to use computer and Microsoft suite of applications.
    • Ability to act with diplomacy and tact with staff, PCVs, trainees, community members and government officials.

Educational Background:

  • University/college degree required, preferably in English Education.
  • A TEFL/CELTA or other recognized teaching certification is desirable.
HOW TO APPLY
Please submit the following by email as one PDF file to id-jobs@id.peacecorps.gov
  • Application Cover Letter
  • CV
Please indicate “PA TEFL” in the subject line of the email.

To be considered the email should be sent on or before:

Monday July 10, 2017 at 10:00AM local Surabaya time.

KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation Job Vacancy: Provincial Coordinator - East Java, Surabaya

KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the fight against tuberculosis (TB), still the second most deadly infectious disease in the world. KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation has a strong reputation in national and international TB control. KNCV is an international center of expertise for TB control that promotes effective, efficient, innovative and sustainable tuberculosis control strategies in a national and international context.  We are an organization of passionate TB professionals, including doctors, researchers, training experts, nurses and epidemiologists. We aim to stop the spread of the worldwide epidemic of TB and to prevent the further spread of drug-resistant TB. As a non-profit international organization, KNCV is active in over 40 countries in Europe, Africa, Latin America and Asia. The central office is located in The Hague, The Netherlands.  KNCV Indonesia helps to combat tuberculosis in Indonesia in close cooperation with the Ministry of Health.

Challenge TB
KNCV is the lead partner in Challenge TB (CTB), the new USAID-funded 5-year global program to decrease TB mortality and morbidity in high burdened countries. We lead an international consortium with eight partner organizations: American Thoracic Society (ATS), Family Health International (FHI 360), Interactive Research & Development (IRD), Japanese Anti Tuberculosis Foundation (JATA), Management Sciences for Health (MSH), Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH), The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union), and the World Health Organization. The overarching strategic objectives of Challenge TB are to improve access to quality patient centred care for TB, TB/HIV, and MDR-TB services; to prevent transmission and disease progression; and to strengthen TB platforms.

Currently KNCV is looking for a: Provincial Coordinator - East Java

Duty Station: Surabaya

The Provincial Coordinator will represent organization in Provincial level and responsible for coordination of all activities in his/her respective province. It includes plan, develop, coordinate, and monitor the activities of Challenge TB program in the province for which the PCO is appointed, maintain contacts with relevant authorities in the province, such as but not limited to the provincial and district health office and with partner organizations; monitor and ensure the effectiveness of staff as well as the development program of staffs’ in his/her team.

Job Qualifications:
  • Medical Doctor, Public Health, or comparable qualification
  • Experiences in health project/TB control/program management for at least 5 years.
Competencies:
  • Good communication skills
  • Report writing skills
  • Good in spoken and written English
  • Proven People and Management Skills
  • Team Player
  • Good Computer Skills
KNCV offers a flexible and supportive work environment and strongly encourages developing your skills and abilities to further your career opportunities.

Interested applicants are requested to submit their CV and application to recruitment.indonesia@kncvtbc.org by 7 July 2017 at the latest.

Please ensure to put the post you apply for in the subject line of your e-mail.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.