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PLAN INDONESIA Vacancy: ASSI Project Supervisor, Jakarta

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

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

ASEAN Safe School Initiative (ASSI) Project Supervisor (Jakarta )

JOB SUMMARY:   
  • Implementing the ASEAN Safe School Initiative (ASSI) to increase access to safe school environment for children in disaster prone communities 
  • Responsible for the implementation, follow up and reporting of the project activity(ies) that may include trainings, facilitation, data collecting, advocating, etc. in his/her geographic area of responsibility.
  • Responsible for the implementation of the goals determined for him/her in his/her personal IAP and of the stakes in the Job Profile.
  • Responsible for communicating project thematic to the community, government (national, province and local), partners and others stake holder.
  • Support in monitoring and evaluation in coordination with National DRR Project Manager Monitoring Specialist at CO level.
  • Responsible for collecting data and informations in coordination with National DRR Project Manager at CO level.
  • Represent Plan Indonesia in any district/province and national meeting relate with Safe School and DRR initiative as well as in network meetings.
  • Ensures that all learning of the project implementation is documented and shared within Plan Indonesia as well as with implementing partners.
  • Ensure the transmission of the image, ethics, strategy and working methodology of Plan Indonesia to the local partners, authorities and the community on the field.
  • Close cooperation and coordination with Urban Safe School Coordinator to ensure that project implementation is running well.
MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES (R) AND TASKS (T):
  • Policies, tools and technical capacity are in place and being utilised through inter-agency collaboration to promote safe schools at the country and school levels (65% of time) 
    • Support and coordination with ASSI partners in implementing Safe School in targeted schools. 
    • Represent Plan in Ditrict, provincial and National level thematic forums as assigned by the National DRR Project Manager.  
    • Coordination with BNPB, BPBD, Ministry of Education, Education Office, Ministry of Religion and Ministry of Public Work at national and provincial level regarding implementation of Safe School project.
    • Strengthen capacity of existing National Secretariat for Safer School in Indonesia to promote and scale up more inclusive safe schools initiative.
    • Develop inclusive  training modules on Safe Schools for key stakeholders (NDMO, Education office and school leader).
    • Establish and conduct TOT for national master trainer on Safe Schools in collaboration with training center National Disaster Management Agency.
  • Promote ASEAN Safe School Initiative to wider audience at school, community, national and regional level. (35% of time) 
    • Conduct series of dissemination activity on existing Safe School policies, guidelines and standards
    • Organize annual national Safe Schools conference with all relevant stakeholders 
    • Develop inclusive IEC materials on Safe Schools 
    • Piloting and promoting ASSI in 2 target primary schools in North Jakarta 
    • Support the participation of Indonesian NDMOs and MOEs in the launching of ASSI program and consultation of ASEAN CSS framework
    • Support the participation of Indonesian NDMOs and MOEs for the launching of ASEAN  common framework on safe school
    • Field testing on school Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment tools and School Disaster Management guidelines in Indonesia
    • Support the participation of key stakeholders from MOE, NDMO, ASEAN Secretarian and ASSI PMT in key events related to school safety and DRR and education in the region
    • Promoting ASSI in the  ASEAN Day for Disaster Risk Reduction  2015
    • Participation in the World Conference on DRR, Sendai Japan 2015
    • Project Management (10% of time)
  • Manages the activities and the achievement of outputs in the respective field 
  • Review the TOR and any relevant document on ASSI Project that been submitted by the local partner.
  • Provide regularly update in PPM system related to the project implementation
  • To prepare thematic quarterly, semester, and annual program reports for internal and External purpose (government, public) including reporting update as needed by Donor and Plan internally.
  • Support Communication and PME department, in documenting of all related project implementation and best practices.
  • Responsible for collecting data and information in coordination with National DRR Project Manager at CO level.
  • Regularly monitoring to the local implementing partner including field monitoring to the targeted communities.
  • Develop and review MER Plan of Urban DRR Project in collaboration with PME Team.
  • Organize meeting/workshop with the local implementing partner to evaluate of project.
  • Review the financial report that submitted by the local partner in coordination with DRR National Project Manager, Grant Accountant and Finance Manager.
  • Prepare payment request, fund request and budget modification in coordination with Finance team, DRR National Project Manager, and Grant Accountant
  • Prepare the contract agreement between Plan International and the local partner to implement Urban DRR Project.
COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS:
  • At least 3 years of DRR  experience with international NGOs or international organizations of which 2 years have been completed in the field; 
  • Experiences in advocacy work particulary on disaster risk management and education sector.
  • Experience in project development (Develop TOR, Workplan, logframe, budget development, etc.);
  • Financial and budgeting skills;
  • Ability and willingness to undertake frequent travel;
  • Ability to deploy at short notice;
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written); strong negotiation and facilitation skills;
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines, under pressure and to multi-task;
  • Ability to work in insecure and difficult environments 
  • Understand well on program cycle: planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating development projects
  • Commitment to child rights and CCCD implementation
All applications will be treated in confidence. Only short-listed candidates will be notified and invited for interviews. Please submit your letter of application and detailed curriculum vitae in English by email not later than November 4, 2014  to: HRD.Indonesia@plan-international.org
Please fill the 'subject' column of the e-mails in this format: (The Position)–(Your Name). File attachment not later than 1MB.

Lowongan Kerja Capacity Development Support Program untuk BNPB - AIFDR, Makassar & Kupang

HK Logistics Pty Ltd ditunjuk oleh Australia Indonesia Facility for Disaster Reduction (AIFDR) untuk melakukan perekrutan bantuan teknis yang akan ditempatkan di Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Bencana (BNPB) sebagai bagian dari Program Dukungan Pengembangan Kapasitas BNPB, yang didanai oleh AIFDR.
 
Bantuan ini memerlukan profesional yang dinamis dan berpengalaman untuk posisi:
  • Konsultan Kesiapsiagaan dan Kedaruratan Tingkat Provinsi (2 posisi, di Makassar dan Kupang) (Detail mengenai pekerjaan dan cara melamar dapat dilihat di www.peak-executive.com)
  • Koordinator Provinsi (1 Posisi, di Kupang, NTT) (Detail mengenai pekerjaan dan cara melamar dapat dilihat di www.peak-executive.com)
Keterangan lebih lanjut mengenai posisi dan cara melamar dapat dilihat di website: www.peak-executive.com 
 
Lamaran kami tunggu paling lambat 10 November 2014. Pendaftaran yang terlambat atau tidak lengkap tidak akan diproses lebih lanjut. Kami hanya akan menghubungi pelamar yang telah terpilih untuk wawancara di Jakarta.

Winrock International Vacancy: Project Manager Environment Group – Environmental Resources Trust Unit, Jakarta

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Project Manager – Jakarta, Indonesia

Effective with the release of this position announcement, Winrock International will be recruiting applicants for the position of Project Manager with the Environmental Resources Trust Unit. The responsibilities, duties, and qualifications are described in the attached position description.

GENERAL:
Winrock International is a nonprofit organization that works with people in the United States and around the world to empower the disadvantaged, increase economic opportunity, and sustain natural resources.

SALARY & BENEFITS:
The salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits.

APPLICATIONS:
Applicants should go to www.winrock.org to the Jobs link* and submit a current resume and cover letter referencing Project Manager - ERT by November 12, 2014.

Winrock would like to graciously thank all applicants for their interest but only candidates who meet all requisite criteria and are short listed will be contacted.

EEOE/AA.
 

POSITION DESCRIPTION
Position Title: Project Manager
LOCATION: Jakarta, Indonesia 
Department: Environment Group – Environmental Resources Trust Unit (ERT) Reports to: Senior Director

POSITION SUMMARY
Contingent on funding approval, Winrock is looking to hire a Project Manager to be based with its existing team in its office in Jakarta. The Project Manager will be responsible for implementing a project aimed at reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from palm oil and ensuring economic and social welfare benefits for local stakeholders including rural communities and smallholder farmers. The Project Manager will also assist Winrock to develop a broader, complimentary program of work.

The palm oil project will identify two priority districts as strong candidates for piloting low carbon approaches to oil palm development by conducting an integrated evaluation combining technical, political and institutional criteria. The evaluation will engage local leadership, Winrock’s palm oil mill partners, Winrock’s Indonesian Fellows, other local experts and key European or other demand-side groups (such as food retailer or biofuel groups). Technical criteria will include geospatial biophysical data such as the location of peatlands, carbon stocking levels, availability of degraded land to relocate expansion, etc. Economic criteria will include productivity, opportunities to increase income and land value, revenues to support local government and services, etc. The project will identify potential pilot activities in one of the priority districts and produce recommendations for replicating and scaling up these and other pilots by a) surveying other proposed pilot activities within Indonesia and evaluating technical support requirements in their measurement, monitoring design and implementation, and proposing a set of technical support activities, and b) engaging key stakeholders and other grantees in knowledge and information exchange.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Project Management and coordination

  • Work closely with and coordinate the work of project partners and Winrock’s Fellows to meet project goals
  • Manage contractual arrangements and obligations of project partners and Fellows
  • Identify key stakeholders, organize and host listening sessions for partners to identify pilot opportunities
  • Co-ordinate and assist in completing the following deliverables with input from team and partners: 
    • Screening analysis (Identifies the methodology and approach for screening; identifies the Priority Districts for GHG reduction activities) 
    • Listening sessions report (Illustrates the key issues, challenges, opportunities for low-carbon oil palm development and identifies specific opportunities related to pilot activities) 
    • Final Project report
  • Provide guidance to international team members and partners to ensure cultural sensitivity.

Stakeholder management

  • Develop and maintain excellent relationships with local partners (e.g. universities) and Winrock’s Indonesian Fellows
  • Conduct interviews with multiple stakeholders, including smallholders and local policy makers 

Business Development

  • Assist with efforts to secure funded work with donors and private companies. Tasks may include communicating with potential clients; gathering data needed for proposals; recruiting local project partners; and assist with proposal writing.
The applicant will also be required to:
  • Travel within Sumatra and/or Kalimantan on visits expected to be 1-2 weeks long
  • Hold weekly project update meetings with the European project manager based in the UK, which may require some evening phone/skype calls
  • Oversee project activities to ensure smooth management and timely implementation.
  • Closely follow the implementation plan and monitor each deliverable.
  • Represent Winrock and at meetings and conferences as needed.
  • Manage sensitive subject areas with diplomacy.
  • Address and proactively identify problems and challenges
QUALIFICATIONS
Education: Degree in Agriculture, Forestry, Natural Resource Management, International Development, or related field. Master’s degree preferred. 

Experience: 10 -15 years of relevant working experience. Knowledge and experience of oil palm sector and/or deforestation issues in Indonesia preferred. Five years of experience in managing multidisciplinary (e.g. environmental, economic) and/or multi-stakeholder projects. Experience in the commodities sector, with the private sector, preferred.

Skills/Knowledge:
  • Excellent communicator (written and verbal) able to interact with a variety of groups including oil palm producers (corporate and smallholders), academic and research groups, civil society organizations, government officials etc.
  • A proactive and resourceful team member able to work independently and remotely, while maintaining strong communications with other international team members based outside Indonesia
  • Fluent in Bahasa Indonesia and English
  • Exceptional writing and editing skills
  • Strong organizational and project management ability. Must be able to multi-task, prioritize, and meet deadlines
  • Ability to build and maintain strong and effective relationships with multiple stakeholders in Indonesia
  • Experience writing proposals for USAID or other donors (ADB, World Bank, or foundations) highly desirable.
  • High level of proficiency in MS Office applications.
NOTE: All candidates must prepare a written response (no more than 1 page total) to each question below. Please attach the response to the application. Applications received without a response to both questions below will not be considered.
  1. What do you see as the most likely challenges the palm oil sustainability project (described above) will encounter, and how would you recommend overcoming them? 
  2. What do you see as the key(s) to success of this project?

WWF Vacancy: Grant Budget Administrator, Jakarta

We are the largest nature conservation NGO in Indonesia, which has started its activity since 1962. Currently, we have 28 offices, from Aceh to Papua and has a total of more less 400 staffs. 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: Grant Budget Administrator, code GBA (to be based in Jakarta).

Requirements:
  • Diploma Degree from Accounting or Administration 
  • At least 4 years of relevant work experiences with high complexity of administration
  • Have a good understanding in office administration, computer literate, excellent English skill and strong filling skill
Responsible such as:
  • Administrative duties
  • Correspondences, data filling, communicate with donors and sub-grantees
  • Compiling data and information 
  • Input relevant information regarding each respective department day to day activities and or ongoing programs to the appropriate filing/database system
Interested candidates are encouraged to send application letter not later than November 2, 2014 to: vacancy.wwf@gmail.com only shortlisted candidates will be proceed.

TFCA Sumatera Mengundang Penyampaian Proposal Hibah - Medan, Pekanbaru & Palembang

TFCA-Sumatera membuka kesempatan bagi lembaga-lembaga di Indonesia yang memiliki kemampuan untuk mendapatkan hibah sebagai fasilitator lapangan bagi mitra-mitra penerima hibah TFCA-Sumatera, yang sebagian kegiatannya dapat mewakili tugas Administrator di tingkat regional.

Diharapkan lembaga yang berfungsi sebagai fasilitator di tingkat regional ini dapat membantu Administrator TFCA-Sumatera dalam meningkatkan efektivitas dan efisiensi para mitra penerima hibah dalam menjalankan program-programnya di lapangan.
Pengusul yang diperbolehkan adalah Lembaga Swadaya Masyarakat (LSM), dan/atau Perguruan Tinggi atau kolaborasi dari padanya.

Direncanakan lembaga regional ini berbasis di tiga kota di Sumatra yaitu Medan, Pekanbaru dan Palembang.

Tiga kegiatan utama dari program hibah khusus untuk fasilitasi mitra TFCA-Sumatera ini adalah:
  • Melakukan pendampingan dan fasilitasi kepada mitra TFCA-Sumatera atas pelaksanaan kegiatan konservasi hutan di lapangan termasuk menjamin atau memastikan keberhasilan kegiatan mitra di lapangan melalui diantaranya pemantauan dan evaluasi kemajuan pelaksanaan kegiatan baik teknis maupun administratif; 
  • Menjembatani komunikasi dan koordinasi dengan para pemangku kepentingan di daerah (pemerintah daerah, Unit Pelaksana Teknis Kementerian Lingkungan Hidup dan Kehutanan utamanya Balai (Besar) Taman Nasional dan BKSDA, pihak swasta, Lembaga Swadaya Masyarakat dan kelompok Masyarakat atau Lembaga-lembaga lain yang mungkin berkepentingan dalam Konservasi hutan dan Keanekaragaman Hayati Sumatra); 
  • Melakukan kegiatan untuk peningkatan kapasitas lembaga dan staf pelaksana dilapangan, baik kapasitas dalam pengelolaan proyek (administrasi, keuangan dan kelembagaan) maupun kemampuan teknis proyek (mulai dari perancangan proyek sampai pelaporan) yang dilaksanakan di lapangan berdasarkan penjajagan kebutuhan peningkatan kapasitas. Jika diperlukan fasiltator ini juga akan melaksanakan kegiatan pelatihan atau pengembangan kapasitas lainnya dengan pengetahuan dan keterampilan yang mendukung konservasi keanekaragaman hayati di Sumatra.
Informasi lebih lengkap berikut dokumen undangan untuk menyampaikan proposal dapat di sini:  AKSI NYATA KONSERVASI HUTAN TROPIS SUMATERA

Proposal sudah harus diterima Administrator TFCA-Sumatera selambat-lambatnya pada tanggal 30 November 2014.

Informasi lebih lanjut dapat dilayangkan melalui email tfcasumatera@tfcasumatera.org
Atas perhatiannya kami ucapkan terima kasih.

Hormat kami,
Administrator TFCA-Sumatera

Lowongan Kerja di UNDP - November 2014

48341 - Procurement Associate for REDD+ (for Indonesian Nationality only) | 2 November 2014, Jakarta

Local Economic Development Assistant (Finance & Admin) | 4 November 2014, Jakarta

51102 - Project Assistant (For Indonesian Nationality Only) | 5 November 2014, Jakarta

51905 - Communications Specialist (For Indonesian Nationality Only) | 9 November 2014, Jakarta

51017 - Platform Coordinator SPO (For Indonesian Nationality Only) | 10 November 2014, Jakarta

51016 - National Project Manager (NPM) SPO (For Indonesian Nationality Only) | 10 November 2014, Jakarta

51015 - BUDGET MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATE SPO (For Indonesian Nationality Only) | 10 November 2014, Jakarta

50973 - Operations Manager (for Indonesian Nationality only) | 11 November 2014, Jakarta

Contact UNDP Indonesia 

UNDP Indonesia Country Office
Menara Thamrin 8-9th Floor
Jl. MH Thamrin Kav. 3 

Jakarta 10250  
Phone: +62-21-3141308 
Fax: +62-21-39838941

Rekruitmen Korlap Penilaian Efektivitas Program Penurunan Angka Malnutrisi Pada Ibu Hamil & Anak di Indonesia

Pusat Penelitian Kesehatan Universitas Indonesia mengundang anda untuk menjadi Koordinator Lapangan pada studi berjudul ‘Penilaian Efektivitas Program Penurunan Angka Malnutrisi Pada Ibu Hamil dan Anak diIndonesia’

Syarat - syarat dan ketentuan calon petugas koordinator lapangan adalah sbb:
  • Pendidikan minimal D3/S1 dari jurusan Ilmu Kesehatan(Kesehatan Masyarakat, Kedokteran, Keperawatan) dan Ilmu Sosial.
  • IPK minimal 2.7 (skala 4) atau padanannya.
  • Berpengalaman sebagai koordinator lapangan dalamsurvei kesehatan mengenai gizi minimal 3 kali.
  • Terbiasa menggunakan Ms. Excel.
  • Terbiasa menggunakan telepon selular berbasisAndroid.
  • Tidak sedang terikat ikatan dinas atau pekerjaandengan institusi lain.
  • Bersedia ditempatkan di semua lokasi studi (Kabupaten Sidoarjo dan Kabupaten Malang Provinsi Jawa Timur).
  • Mampu bekerja keras, kerja sama dalam tim,menjalin dan membina hubungan dengan institusi lain.
  • Mempunyai komitmen dan integritas yang tinggi terhadap pekerjaan.
Bila anda masuk kriteria diatas, kirimkan surat lamaran dan dokumen lengkap anda ke:
Pusat Penelitian KesehatanUniversitas Indonesia Gedung G, Ruang 211, Kampus FKM UI Depok

Surat lamaran dibuat dan ditandatangani oleh pelamar dengan melampirkan:
  • Fotokopi Ijazah
  • Fotokopi Transkrip Nilai
  • Fotokopi KTP yang masih berlaku
  • Pas Foto terbaru berwarna ukuran 3X4
  • CV lengkap terbaru Pada sudut kiri amplop lamaran, cantumkan kode: GAIN 2014
Lamaran disampaikan dalam amplop coklat selambat - lambatnya tanggal 7 November 2014.

Pengumuman & Pemanggilan peserta yang memenuhi persyaratan & akan diikutsertakan proses seleksi akan dilakukan melalui telepon oleh PPK UI.

Setiap tahapan seleksi berlaku sistem gugur dan akan diumumkan via telepon dan keputusan Panitia tidak dapat diganggugugat.

Rencana pelaksanaan studi: Desember 2014 - Februari 2015

Kartika Anggun DS S1 -4 2006
Faculty of Public Health
maj. Health Promotion and Behavior
University of Indonesia
Depok

Job Opening World Vision Indonesia: Transition and Sustainability Coordinator - Tangerang

World Vision is one of the world’s largest international Christian humanitarian aid organizations.

World Vision Indonesia partners with local humanitarian foundation Wahana Visi Indonesia to implement its programs in more than 40 Program Offices across 9 provinces. World Vision has been  working in Indonesia for more than 50 years and focusing programming effort on health, education and economic development across transformational development, humanitarian emergency affairs and advocacy ministries. We are also part of an active NGO consortium in the areas of advocacy, child protection, health, community empowerment and disaster management.

World Vision Indonesia is currently seeking the following position :

Transition and Sustainability Coordinator  (Code: TSC) 

Location:Tangerang, Bintaro Selatan 

Major Roles:
To strengthen organization capacity to deliver ministry with good transition and sustainability plan and implementation from the beginning. This position will Plan and conduct transition and sustainability plan according to Project Charter and aligned to Regional Strategies.

Qualifications:
- Min. Bachelor Degree in Development Studies or related fields
- Min. 3 years experience in Development Project 
- Understanding Humanitarian Industry and community organizing 
- Good understanding in statistic 
- Good communication skills and also in report writing

Submit your application with updated CV not later than November 10,2014 to :
Human Resource Department World Vision Indonesia
recruitmentindonesia@wvi.org 

Please mention the following format in e-mail subject: Transition and Sustainability Coordinator (Code: TSC)

For current staff who is interested with the position, please get endorsement & approval from your current manager (kindly forward the proven email/document regrading their approvals) and only shortlisted applicants will be contacted 

As a child focused organization, WV is committed to the protection of children & doesn’t employ staff whose background is not suitable for working with children. All employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Vacancy at the AHA Centre - Administrative Assistant, Jakarta

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is a regional-intergovernmental organisation founded in 1967, to promote peace and stability, sustain economic growth, shared prosperity and social progress. It comprises ten countries of Southeast Asia.

The ASEAN Leaders at their 19th ASEAN Summit on 17 November 2011 officially launched the ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management, popularly referred to as the AHA Centre. The AHA Centre will facilitate co-operation and coordination among ASEAN Member States, and with relevant United Nations and international organisations in promoting regional collaboration in disaster management.

AHA Centre, with the support of Australia under the ASEAN-Australia Cooperation for the Implementation of the ASEAN Agreement on Disaster Management and Emergency Response (AADMER) Work Programme 2010-2015, is looking for the best, most-talented and highly-motivated ASEAN individual to join the AHA Centre’ team member as:

Administrative Assistant

Position opens for Indonesian nationals or ASEAN nationals with permanent resident status in Indonesia

The Administrative Assistant will be responsible in providing support services and administrative functions to the office. The post holder will act as the main logistical contact person for any events such as workshop, trainings and other activities held by the organization.

The successful candidates will commence their duties immediately and be contracted initially for 6 months with a possible extension. They will be based at the AHA Centre, BPPT Building, Jakarta, Indonesia. The successful candidate will be offered with an attractive remuneration package that commensurate with his/her personal qualifications.
You may apply directly through the AHA Centre website OR by sending your application to admin@ahacentre.org, highlighting your suitability and potential contribution to the position together with a detailed CV, certified true copies of educational certificates obtained, and completed Employment Application Form with recent photograph, which can be downloaded at www.asean.org/opportunities. Please ensure that the total size of your email including attachments is no more than 5 MB.

Please indicate the name of the position that you are applying for on the subject of your email. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Application should reach us by 11 November 2014.

The Selection Panel's decision is final and only shortlisted candidates will be notified.