23 Juli 2016

MSI CEGAH Job Vacancy: External IT Support - Jakarta, Indonesian

Request for Quotations
External IT Support
The CEGAH Project, a USAID-funded and Management Systems International-implemented project located in Jakrata, seeks the services of a qualified and experienced IT firm/individual to support MSI’s Jakarta project office IT infrastructure.  The selected firm/individual will be responsible for the oversight of all aspects of IT support for the project office including system installations, maintenance, support and technical consultations. The selected IT service provider is to provide on call, remote desktop, and on site trouble shooting support.  Specifically, the selected service provider will be responsible for:
  • Local network maintenance and installation;
  • LAN connectivity and maintenance;
  • Server and server application maintenance;
  • Computer hardware and application installation, configuration and  maintenance;
  • Set up new users accounts and profiles and resolve password issues;
  • Manage permissions, perform updates and perform backups of company file server;
  • Configure desktop client email setup for employees (MS Outlook); 
  • Respond within agreed time limits to help requests;
  • Provide face-to-face technical support to project staff;
  • Provide remote technical support where required;
  • Troubleshoot system and network problems, diagnose and solve hardware I software recommending replacement of parts;
  • Perform periodic updates of software on project machines including MS Office, MS Windows 7 and 8, antivirus software and others as required.;
  • Monitor and maintain computer systems and networks;
  • Carry out Corporate Image Installations on Laptops and Desktop PCs.;
  • Provide assistance and advise in procurement and evaluation of all technical equipment.
The selected firm/individual must demonstrate:
  • Experience in handling IT management for small to middle size company;
  • Experience in handling Systems Development and / or Applications Support;
  • Experience in handling internet issues and email systems;
  • Experience in handling hardware, software, and database;
  • Responsiveness to periodic and unexpected calls for service;
  • Proactiveness to solve problems and provide solutions;
  • Good command of English (written and spoken);
  • Strong analytical skills, the ability to address complex tasks, and the ability to consistently deliver quality service on a timely basis with successful outcomes.
Period of Performance:  It is anticipated that services will be required for a one-year period with in-office standby service two days per week and on-call as needed.
 Location:  The CEGAH office is located at Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 27 , Kelurahan Karet, Kecamatan Setiabudi, Jakarta (any transportation costs should be factored into your all-inclusive daily rate)

Type of Award: MSI anticipates issuing a “Time and Materials” type of award under which the selected firm/individual will be paid for the authorized hours invoiced.  This is NOT an employment agreement and as such, no employment benefits will be provided.

Selection:  Selection will be made on a “best-value” basis – taking into consideration the firm’s/individual’s all-inclusive hourly rate and the selection criteria below (in descending order of importance):
  • Proposed personnel (please submit cv including salary history);
  • At least three examples of similar work performed in the last five years (include point of contact name, phone, and email address);
  • Any unique characteristics of the firm/individual demonstrating ability to perform work as described above.
Submission: Please send to info@msi-cegah.com before 4:00pm Jakarta time on Monday,  August 01, 2016:
  • A cover letter (including the firm’s/individual’s complete contact address, phone, and email.  Please also include reference “RFQ 610700.01.16.011 IT Services” in your letter;
  • CV of proposed personnel
  • Past performance references and description of work performed, and
  • The all-inclusive hourly rate to be used for the duration of the subcontract.
(Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.)

Yayasan Rumah Energi Job Vacancy: Organic Farming Officer - Luwu, South Sulawesi

Yayasan Rumah Energi (YRE) is a growing organization, leading renewable energy-domestic biogas sector promotion in Indonesia. YRE is implementing HIVOS program the Indonesia Domestic Biogas Programme (IDBP) since the last three years and continue with   MCA- I fund Gathering and Dissemination of Information and Green Knowledge for a Sustainable Integrated Farming Workforce in Indonesia (GADING) Project also Investment in Renewable Energi for Rural, Remote Communities (TERANG) project, started in 2015 and 2016.

The organization aim is to contribute in promoting Resilient Society in Food and Energy by Engaging People towards Shared Renewable Energy Knowledge and Innovation.  Currently more than 60 local partners are working together with the organization, to build domestic biogas sectors and built communities trust on renewable energy.

Adhere with the organization aim and mission, Yayasan Rumah Energi is now looking for a dynamic, passionate person aligned with the organization values , to fill the  following positions:


Roles and responsibilities
  • Engage with biogas users and create interest in developing bioslurry and organic farming related small business;
  • Work within the BIRU (Biogas Rumah) teams to optimize the use of bioslurry by biogas owners;
  • Work closely with the local education partner and other stakeholders in reaching the project outputs;
  • Ensure that project outputs and activities are systematically addressed in a timely and professional manner;
  • Liaise intensively with relevant stakeholders to ensure involvement in support of reaching project outputs;
  • Facilitate project team members, partners and other relevant stakeholders in undertaking project tasks, including data collection activities and visits;
  • Undertake efforts to sustain a creative and inclusive learning environment;
  • Play a role in and facilitate community level engagement and  applied research activities and assist in maintaining a knowledge database;
  • Provide guidance and advice to project beneficiaries;
  • Undertake regular planning and reporting and attend meetings as required under the project.
  • Write human interest stories and produce pictures which can be used for communication purposes.
  • At least bachelor’s degree from a reputable university, preferably with agriculture and/or environmental management or engineering background;
  • At least 4 years of experience in development work or related field, with exposure to community development work;
  • Willing to be placed in one of the four project offices (preferred location(s) to be mentioned);
  • Work experience in an international environment is preferred;
  • Good command of English language;
  • Able to cooperate and communicate well with peers and stakeholders.
Applicants should send their application and CV (including three references) in pdf file to: hrd@rumahenergi.org with position code as email subject.  Applications are requested by July 29, 2016 at the latest; thereafter the position will remain open until filled. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Climate Policy Initiative Job Vacancy: Project Manager - Palangkaraya

Climate Policy Initiative (CPI) is a team of analysts and advisors that works with policy makers around the world to improve the most important land use and energy policies, with a particular focus on finance. CPI works in places that provide the most potential for policy impact including Brazil, China, Europe, India, Indonesia and the United States. Our work helps nations grow while addressing increasingly scarce resources and climate risks. This is a complex challenge in which policy plays a crucial role.

In Indonesia, at the national level, CPI partners with the Ministry of Finance to support the Ministry’s work to improve fiscal policies and instruments to encourage the transition to a green economy and the optimization of land and energy resources. At the regional level, CPI has worked to implement Production and Protection Approach on a Landscape Management (PALM) in Central Kalimantan. CPI works with key local partners, Palangkaraya Institute for Agricultural Research (PILAR) Foundation and the Center of Excellence at the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Palangka Raya (UPR), as well as the local governments and agribusiness community. The program started in 2013 and is now entering the second phase covering the period of 2016-2020 with main funding from the Government of Norway. The key components of the program are fiscal policy studies, development of smallholders toolkit for business, support for smallholders to integrate into sustainable supply chain, and public-private-people partnership to implement the PALM model in two strategic districts.

Currently CPI is looking for Project Manager to be based in Palangka Raya.

Includes the following and other duties as assigned:
  • Support the planning and implementation of PALM program in Central Kalimantan;
  • Manage ongoing relationship between CPI Indonesia Program and key partners in Central Kalimantan, ensuring continued engagement into the program implementation; 
  • Work closely with CPI’s Analysts to maintain coordination for implementation of activities carried out by local partners and other partners contracted by CPI Indonesia Program;
  • Plan and coordinate events in Central Kalimantan to engage key stakeholders at key points in the process (organization of venue, preparation of agendas and briefing material, drafting of meeting summaries);
  • Support monitoring and reporting of the program implementation;
  • Provide updates and advice on local contexts relevant to the program’s objectives;
General program support and other duties as required.

  • At least five years of professional experience in the areas relevant to development, climate change and or natural resources management.
  • BS or BA required with coursework in policy, economics, environment or natural resources management. Possession of a Master’s Degree is a plus.
  • Proven work experience in project management is preferred.
  • Verbal and written proficiency in English language is required.
  • Commitment to the mission and values of CPI;
  • Exceptional project management skills;
  • Experience building and developing relationships with external stakeholders, strong client relations’ skills;
  • Strong attention to detail, organization, time management, and prioritization skills, and an ability to work under pressure and on tight deadlines;
  • Strong written and verbal communications skills;
  • Intellectually curious and willing to work within a technical field;
  • Flexibility, professionalism, poise, enthusiasm for working as part of a team, and an ability to maintain a sense of humor and interact with a diverse array of people;
  • Self-driven;
  • Knowledge of the Indonesian land use management issues;
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint).
  • CPI is hiring for one full-time position, open immediately. The position will be located in Palangka Raya, but may require occasional travel within and outside Central Kalimantan. Title and competitive compensation will be based on experience. CPI offers an excellent benefits package.
Interested candicate should send application letter and CV to hiring@cpiclimatefinance.org  no later than 8 August 2016. Please indicate the position you are applying for in the email subject. Only short listed candidates will be contacted for interview.

Save The Children Job Vacancy: Project Officer - START, Sumba

Save the Children in Indonesia is changing for the better.  We've begun to build a national organisation that aims to be a strong, local, and self-sustaining voice for children in Indonesia namely Yayasan Sayangi Tunas Cilik Tunas Cilik.  To this end, Yayasan has been designated as a “Prospect Member of Save the Children” which focuses on strengthening and localizing our voice for children in strategic middle income countries. Currently Save the Children’s programs in Indonesia is implemented by Yayasan Sayangi Tunas Cilik. We work in eleven provinces, have staff of approximately 300 local professionals, and programming in Child Protection, Education, Health and Nutrition, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Humanitarian Response. We are currently seeking to fill the following position:

2 positions, based in Sumba

Save the Children will contribute to improve child development status in West Sumba island, NTT through implementing START project. This START project is funded by Save the Children Korea (SCK).  Project Officer will lead Project Assistance in implementing integrated programme in the area of health-nutrition, child development and Child Protection. The Project Officer will support quality and timely implementation of project activities, building network and communication with stakeholder as well as conduct advocacy work.

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: <PO-START ><your name>
Closing date for application is up to 5 August 2016
(Only short-listed candidates will be notified)

Country Coordinating Mechanism Job Vacancy: Team Leader - Indonesian

The Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) Indonesia is seeking for the qualified candidates to fill the position in the Project Management Team Health System Strengthening (PMT-HSS) which is located in Ministry of Health RI.

Team Leader

Job description:
  • To lead and coordinate the work of the Project Management Team, namely Monitoring and Evaluation Unit, Finance Unit,  and Operation Unit;
  • To lead, coordinate and facilitate the development of work plans and Plans of Action (POA) for the PR through Authorized Signatory (AS);
  • To be responsible for the general and financial administration of the project, including the verification of expenditures and financial reports after proper analysis and verification process by the Finance Specialist;
  • To lead the analysis and assessment of financial and program performance based on monthly reports and quarterly achievement indicators and disseminates the results to each unit for compiling and development of proposed follow up actions to be responded by the Project Manager and signed by the PR/AS, and report it to the CCM for endorsement and for further submission to the GFATM;
  • To co-authorize payments at PR in conjunction with the AS and the Project Manager. All payments must be authorized by two of three authorized individuals: the AS, the Project Manager/PPK (Commitment Making Official) and the Team Leader;
  • To authorize finance staff to transfer funds to Sub-Recipients and Implementing Unit (IU);
  • To be responsible for timely, accurate and safe disbursement of funds to Sub-Recipients and IUs;
  • To provide guidance for Sub-Recipient and IUs on activity implementation and monitor their compliance with the terms of the Sub Grant Agreement and Project Implementation Manual (PIM);
  • To be responsible for the implementation of the PR’s audit of the financial performance of SR’s and IUs and to monitor the SR’s and IU’s internal audit as required;
  • To lead logistics planning relating to program funded by the HSS;
  • To develop Sub Grant Agreements for Sub Recipients and IU’s based on GF HSS requirements;
  • To review Agreements on Performance of Work (APW) for staff made by PR, including conducting regular review of staff performance (with support from HRD unit) within the Team Leader prior to extend contract/APW of staff;
  • To be responsible for the availability and integrity of all project documentations, including supporting documents for the use of funds;
  • Maintaining and storing all financial documents for at least 5 (five) years, based on the grant agreement;
  • To work closely with SR’s, IUs and the Project Manager and the APR to take early action on issues arising in management and implementation, based on the findings of external auditor, the LFA, and regular PMT’s monitoring reports;
  • To protect against conflicts of interest by following the procedures articulated in this PIM, within the scope of his/her responsibilities.
  • Has a post graduate or master degree (S-2) in Health or Business  Management/Administration;
  • Have 5 years experiences as Team Leader/Co Team Leader or at least as a Project Coordinator in similar field (The Global Fund project would be an advantage);
  • Fluent in written and spoken English and Bahasa Indonesia and Bahasa;
  • Skilled in Computer at least intermediate level (MS-Office).
For those with matching qualifications and interested in applying, please send your application letter and CV to indonesiaccm@gmail.com NOT LATER than 31st July 2016.
Only shortlisted candidate will be contacted.

Catholic Relief Services Job Consultant: BIOGAS for TaMPIK Project - Belu District

BIOGAS Consultant
Tangguh Menghadapi Perubahan Iklim (TaMPIk) Project Kabupaten Belu, NTT

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is a US – based voluntary organization working in more than 80 countries around the world to assist people victims of disasters, people in need and the disadvantaged regardless of race, belief or nationality. CRS has been operating in Indonesia since 1957 under the Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Social Affairs with programs primarily in the areas of community development, humanitarian assistance, Disaster management and Emergency Response.

CRS/Indonesia is currently hiring for Biogas Consultant for TaMPIk Project to support Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Indonesia and partners, Socio–Economic Development Commission of the Diocese of Atambua (PPSE-KAat Kabupaten Belu, NTT with skill and knowledge to install and maintain certified biogas installation.

CRS Indonesia, in collaboration with local partners Panitia Penyelenggara Sosial Ekonomi Keuskupan Atambua (PPSE-KA) and Yayasan Mitra Tani Mandiri (YMTM) have implemented Sustainable Agriculture for Enhanced Resilience (SAfER) in 10 food – insecure villages in Belu District, East Nusa Tenggara Province since October 2013 until April 2016. The SAfER project has succeeded in supporting 1500 target farmers iincreasing their food crops production by applying farming techniques, including soil and water conservation, that are more appropriate for coping with environmental stresses.
Learning from SAfER project, CRS just started TaMPIk project in 10 new village still in Belu District. CRS Indonesia will build on successes and lessons learned from the SAfER project, which contributed to an increase of more than 300% in corn and bean production. Household and communities will increase their resiliency by adopting appropriate farming and soil and water conservation techniques to adapt to changing climate conditions and at the same time conserve and maintain the ecosystem. The appropriate technologies that will be introduced to the TaMPIk project beneficiaries include seeds sortation and storage, the making and use of organic fertilizers and pesticides, improved planting system, harvest and post-harvest handling, vegetable cultivation, and line sowing. To conserve and maintain the ecosystem, this project will also promote the use renewable energy for cooking and other households needs such as electricity.

With the high population of cattle in some of the target villages, both SAfER and TaMPIk project promoted the use of cow dunk only to make organic fertilizers/compost. Therefore, Biogas system is considered as good alternative for environmental friendly renewable energy. Farmers will be able to use the bio slurry for organic fertilizers.

CRS has no experience in biogas installation therefore CRS is looking for professional consultant to provide us with skill and knowledge to install and maintain certified biogas installation.

Works that should be carried out by consultant
  • Study and review the TaMPIk project documents, including SAfER Learning document.
  • Study Belu district profile from secondary data to be familiar with geographical and demography of project site.
  • Develop/adopt Biogas training curriculum for CRS and partners staff
  • Facilitate Biogas training for CRS and partners staff
  • Demonstrate the step – by – step installation/construction of 1 unit of biogas system in the project site.
  • Develop/provide written guidance/manual for the installation/construction of biogas system for CRS and partner staff reference.
  • Maintain close coordination with CRS/ID contact person for this consultation. And the CRS/ID contact person will also support the consultant to ensure that each activity is appropriate that described in this SOW.
  • Maintain close coordination with CRS field team and partners in the project area during consultation.
  • One unit of Indonesian Standard’s (SNI) certified Biogas installation in the project site. The consultant provides guarantee that the biogas installation will be working for a certain period of time with agreed terms and conditions.
  • One package of Biogas training modules about biogas training.
  • One package of Biogas installation manual/guidance and IEC material to promote biogas installation for community
Consultant Qualifications
CRS Indonesia is seeking professional consultant with the following qualifications:
  • Most preferably who have experience working with NGOs, UN, and other international bodies, or private company for making certified biogas installation .
  • Strong skill and extensive experience in making biogas installation in  rural communities (please submit samples of portfolios that you have worked on/produced).
  • Strong training facilitation skills
  • Have qualifed human resources and appropriate equipment's for installing biogas in accordance with the product specifications/deliverables required in this SOW.
  • Willing to travel to locations of the project described in this SOW
  • Strong sense of cultural sensitivity and respect of local customs.
Timeline (open for discussion with selected consultant)
  • 12 August 2016: deadline for submission of proposal/application to CRS.
  • 19 August 2016: notification of the selected application directly to the applicant.
  • 24 August 2016: Briefing meeting between the selected applicants with CRS team to discuss detail implementation plan for consultation in Jakarta.
  • 29 August – 2 September 2016: Biogas training for CRS and partners in Atambua.
  • 3 – 9 September 2016: Demonstration on installing biogas in project site.
  • 4 – 8 October 2016: Monitor the progress and function of biogas installations.
Place of Performance:
Jakarta and the TaMPIk project location in Belu District, NTT

Working relationship
Selected consultant will work closely with CRS/ID contact person for TaMPIk project in Jakarta and CRS Program officer in Atambua, CRS’s partners in Atambua and farmers as the beneficiaries in Belu District, NTT.

Interested applicants should submit budget proposal for the biogas consultant in accordance with the works required in this SOW such as follow:
  • Fees for consultant for the time worked as per the agreed timeline
  • Per diem during field visit to project site in Atambua as described
  • Training module and IEC material (training venue and accommodation will be arranged by CRS)
  • Material for biogas installation (in case some material not available locally)
  • Transportation and accommodation (this is optional, CRS can provide airline ticket and hotel for consultant for travel to project site)
  • Local transportation from office / house to airport round trip
Candidates who meet the above qualifications are encouraged to apply and email their CV before July 31, 2016 to Iwan.Tarmizi@crs.org

"Only short-listed candidates will be invited via e-mail/phone for Interview”