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PLAN INDONESIA JOB VACANCY: Technical and Vocational Training (TVET) Specialist - 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.

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

Technical and Vocational Training (TVET)  Specialist - Jakarta

  • Provide critical technical input into the project strategy, design, indicators and Detailed Implementation Plan specifically on Early Childhood Development and Transition to Primary School / early grades education
  • Develop project implementation and monitoring guidelines and tools 
  • Monitor project quality and provide input for improvement inline with the project design 
  • Alert Program Unit (PU) technical staff, Program Unit Managers, as to any problems with project quality or variations from strategy 
  • Provide technical input to the development of project work plan for each PU 
  • Review PU level planning for technical quality 
  • Prepare aggregate technical progress reports as required by do
  • Master degree with relevant education
  • Minimum 5 years experience in same field
  • Minimum 5 years experince in the managerial level 
  • Experience developing and writing proposals and reporting 
  • Good knowledge and skills: Communication skills, analytical and conceptual thinking, Building and managing teams, networking, marketing, leadership, crisis management, human resource management, problem solving, negotiation skills 
  • Fluent both Indonesia and English (oral and written)
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 December 1, 2014  to:

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

Coffey International Development Vacancy for Office Administration, AIPHSS - Jakarta

Australia Indonesia Partnership for Health Systems Strengthening (AIPHSS)
Administration Officer
  • Full-time contract 
  • Based in Jakarta, Indonesia
The Program
AIPHSS Program is a partnership program between the Government of Australia and the Government of Indonesia focusing on strengthening of health financing systems & capacity building of health human resources in order to improve access to and quality of basic health services. AIPHSS Program is managed directly by the Government of Indonesia through the Ministry of Health (MoH) at National level and through Provincial/District Health Offices at sub national level.

The Position
Office Administrator – COFF-4733

The General Administration Staff will work closely with the Technical Director, Senior Liaison Officer, and the ISP Team. The Office Administrator provides administration/secretarial and logistics support to the ISP team in Ministry of Health to enable them to work effectively and efficiently.

The position is under management of and accountable to the ISP Office Manager.

The Person
To be considered for this role you should have demonstrated experience in administration and logistics and demonstrated experience in office management, including assets management maintenance, vehicle and travel arrangement, procurement and supply chain management of office and program equipment. She/he has good understanding of Government administration mechanism, office administration systems and process. Previous working experience with close relationship with Ministry of Health, Bappenas, or other Ministries will be an added value.

How to Apply
Please visit HERE for a detailed position description and to apply online.
Please search by reference number COFF-4733.

For any enquiries, please contact

Applications close: 1700 (Jakarta time) 30 November 2014.

This is a locally engaged position for Indonesian nationals.

Coffey has a 40 year history in successfully delivering international development projects on behalf of donors right around the world, including Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, USAID and the UK’s Department for International Development. Our people work side by side with local partners to support stability, economic growth and good governance, positively changing people’s lives.

The Micronutrient Initiative Vacancy: Consultant - Documentation of VAS Program in Indonesia

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 has collaborated with the Ministry of Health (MoH) in the Vitamin A Supplemention (VAS) program by supporting 12 low-performing districts in the 6 identified high mortality provinces  (North Sumatera, Riau, South Sumatera, Riau, South Sumatera, Banten, West Java and West Nusa Tenggara) since 2010. MI scaled up its technical and financial support on VAS program in these 6 selected provinces.

MI requires consultancy services to document all aspects of VAS program in Indonesia including highlights and lessons learnt from the program so as to build  recommendations for improving program.

The specific responsibilities are described in website HERE

  • Minimum Master’s Degree with experiences at least 10 years, preferably in public health, nutrition, epidemiology, social sciences, social/international development or related disciplines.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. A native English speaker is an asset.
  • Technical knowledge and familiarity with VAS program is desirable.
  • Demonstrated experience in research, writing and production of documents. 
  • Has experience for exposure program in Indonesia.
  • Previous experience working with MI is an asset.
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, 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 December 22, 2014. Only short listed candidate will be called for further interview.

Save the Children seeks Finance Officer based in Bandung

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 190 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: 

Finance Officer – West Java Projects 
1 position, based in Bandung

Role Purpose :
  • Responsibility for the financial management of Bandung Sub Office activities and providing the financial services to Bandung Sub Office team member. 
  • Responsibility for the budget management of Bandung Sub Office activities, providing the budget monitoring, and provide technical assistance for budget proposals and its’ sequence modification to Program Managers in Bandung Sub Office
Reports to: Finance and Awards Director 
Staff directly reporting to this post: Cashier (Bandung Sub Office)

  • Manage the payments process of all West Java projects related expenditures: 
    • Responsible for making payments, accounting correctly for expenditures, accruals and prepayments. Checking that procurement procedures have been followed, adherence to donor regulations, advising on correct policies and procedures to be followed. 
    • Ensure all payments are made in compliance with Save the Children International policies & procedures e.g. they are correctly authorised in accordance with the Scheme of Delegation, coded per relevant budget lines, are supported by relevant forms and documentation.
    • Issue and monitor the program advances, ensuring they are settled/ repaid in a timely manner.
  • Record and review of financial transactions related to programs activities and operations.
    • Responsible for checking entries are complete, accurate, appropriately authorised and auditable before entering them on the financial system
    • Enter Bandung Sub Office transactions onto General Ledger and Cash Offline Spreadsheet (GLACOS) on a daily basis, and send to CO in bi-weekly basis for further review and posting to Agresso FMS
  • Ensure sufficient levels of cash are available according to program/operational needs. 
    • Assist Budget holders in preparation of cash requirement forecasts in line with budgetary requirements. 
    • Submit monthly cash forecasts and subsequent weekly cash transfer requests to the Treasury Analyst CO
  • Assist Finance and Awards Director and other stakeholders on budget management. 
    • Provide report and analysis the budgets vs actual expenditures (BVA) of all West Java projects to the budget holders. 
    • Provide timely reporting of BVA and spending trends and expenses to budget holders in order to use donor funds in the most efficient manner and avoid overspending. 
    • Identify errors and suggest reclassification of expenditures 
    • Update Bandung Other Direct Cost (Non-thematic costs) allocation 
    • Provide assistance to the budget holders for budget forecasting and budget modifications. 
    • Support preparation of donor financial reports.
  • Provide other financial and budget management support as and when required by Country Office or Program Managers : 
    • Liaise with budget holders regarding budgeting, monitoring and revisions to budgets contributing to and assisting with process/systems improvements to ensure efficient and effective financial management within an emergency program context. 
    • Field assistance for program events
  • Contribute to ongoing development of improved emergency response policy and practices.
  • Education Degree in Accounting and/or Finance Management 
  • 3 – 5 years of experience in the same field 
  • 3 years experience working in non-profit environment 
  • Strong computer skills in Microsoft Office (Word and Excel) and 
  • Fluency with AGRESSO Financial Management System is an advantage 
  • Fluency in English, verbal and written 
  • Experience with financial and grants management 
  • Ability to problem solve, show initiative and work independently 
  • Ability to response to requests, queries in timely manner 
  • Good information sharing/communication skills 
  • Demonstrate a good level of attention to detail
Updated CV and application letter should be sent to
Please fill the “subject” column of the e-mails in this format:
<FO-WJ><your name>
Closing date for application is up to 30 November 2014
(Only short-listed candidates will be notified)


Proyek Indonesia Urban Water Sanitation and Hygiene (IUWASH) adalah program berdurasi 60 bulan (2011-2016) yang didanai oleh Badan Pengembangan International Amerika Serikat (United States Agency for International Development atau "USAID") dan dselenggarakan di bawah arahan DAI. IUWASH bekerja sama dengan pemerintah, sektor swasta, LSM, kelompok masyarakat dan para pemangku kepentingan lainnya dalam meningkatkan akses terhadap air bersih dan sanitasi di dareah perkotaan di Indonesia. Tujuan utama dari IUWASH adalah untuk membantu Pemerintah Indonesia (Government of Indonesia/GOI) dalam membuat perkembangan yang signifikan untuk mencapai target Millenium Development Goal (MDG) dalam sektor pelayanan air bersih dan sanitasi dengan memperluas akses ke layanan tersebut.

Untuk mencapai tujuan tersebut, pendampingan yang disediakan oleh proyek IUWASH dibagi menjadi tiga komponen teknis, yaitu: 
  1. Menggerakkan permintaan untuk pelayanan air dan sanitasi (Water and Sanitation atau "WatSan"); 
  2. Meningkatkan dan memperluas kapasitas pelayanan WatSan; dan
  3. Memperkuat kebijakan dan lingkungan finansial yang cukup untuk pelayanan persediaan air dan sanitasi yang lebih baik.
IUWASH akan menggunakan pendekatan dan intervensi yang berbeda dengan setiap mitra lokalnya, seperti Perusahaan Daerah Air Minum (PDAM) setempat, lembaga pemerintah di tingkat daerah ataupun nasional, LSM dan kelompok masyarakat dalam penyampaian pesan terkait air bersih, sanitasi dan kesehatan. Untuk mencapai tujuan ini, IUWASH membutuhkan tenaga-tenaga ahli untuk mengisi posisi jabatan sebagai:

Governance Program Assistant, penempatan di Jakarta. Kode Jabatan: GPA-WJDB/JKT

Tugas utama dari posisi jabatan ini adalah menjadi anggota dari IUWASH WJDB Regional Tim (tim regional Jawa Barat, Banten dan DKI Jakarta) untuk mendukung penyelenggaraan tugas-tugas Komponen 3, yaitu CC-1 (Kebijakan) dan CC-3 (Mekanisme Keterlibatan Masyarakat) sebagaimana ditentukan dalam rencana kerja. Pengisi jabatan akan diawasi oleh Governance Specialist dalam menjalankan tugasnya, baik tugas teknis ataupun tugas sehari-hari.

Tanggung Jawab:
Tanggung jawab dari pengisi jabatan akan meliputi, tetapi tidak terbatas pada:
  • Membantu 2 (dua) kabupaten (Lebak dan Purwakarta) dan 2 (dua) kota (Kota Bekasi dan Tangerang Selatan) dalam pembuatan kebijakan/peraturan terkait sektor air dan sanitasi;
  • Membantu mengawasi perkembangan pengembangan kebijakan dan peraturan di empat lokasi serta Mekanisme Keterlibatan Masyarakat (CEM) di dua lokasi;   
  • Membantu dalam pembuatan Mekanisme Keterlibatan Masyarakat (CEM) di dua lokasi (Bogor dan Serang); 
  • Bersama dengan Koordinator Kota di masing-masing lokasi dalam menyelenggarakan pertemuan dengan pemangku kepetntingan terkait dengan pengembangan kebijakan/peraturan dan CEM; 
  • Berkontribusi dalam pencapaian target rencana kerja komponen dan sistem pengawasan di tingkat daerah; 
  • Berkontribusi untuk membuat laporan rutin mengenai hasil dan pencapaian IUWASH, termasuk penyerahan berita pengalaman di lapangan secara rutin; 
  • Membangun dan memelihara hubungan yang efektif dengan rekan-rekan proyek regional dan pemangku kepentingan di semua tingkat serta memelihara hubungan dengan proyek-proyek dan pemangku kepentingan terkait; dan
  • Sarjana di bidang terkait seperti teknik lingkungan/kesehatan masyarakat/ hukum;
  • Berpengalaman minimal tiga tahun dalam kegiatan pemerintahan, khusunya di bidang WatSan;
  • Berpengalaman minimal tiga tahun bekerja untuk/atau dengan Pemerintah Daerah/kegiatan organisasi masyarakat;
  • Kemampuan untuk memahami, berbicara dan menulis dalam Bahasa Inggris dasar;
  • Fleksibilitas untuk bekerja pada malam hari dan akhir pekan serta melakukan perjalanan secara substansial di daerah-daerah.
PENGIRIMAN LAMARAN - Pelamar yang berminat dapat mengirimkan lamaran lengkap dengan 3 (tiga) referensi ke email paling lambat 2 (dua) minggu setelah pemasangan iklan ini. Mohon untuk menuliskan KODE jabatan pada kolom judul email. Hanya pelamar dengan lamaran lengkap dan memenuhi syarat yang akan dihubungi. | Deadline 10 Des 2014

Lowongan Project Manager for TB REACH Wave 4, Jakarta

Project Manager for TB REACH Wave 4

Project Title : Active Case Finding among HIV Key Affected Population in Indonesia 

Project Description :
TB REACH is a special initiative of the Stop TB Partnership Secretariat. Its main objective is to increase case detection of TB, detect the disease as early as possible, and ensure timely and complete treatment while maintaining high TB cure rates. TB REACH focuses on reaching people with limited or no access to TB services and looking for innovative ways to do this.

TB REACH has provided the Indonesian Ministry of Health (HIV/AIDS Sub-Directorate) financial support towards the implementation of active case finding among HIV affected population in 23 District (Kabupaten/Kota) across 4 provinces (West Java, Banten, DKI Jakarta and Papua). The target populations of this TB REACH Wave 4 project include people who inject drugs (PWID), female sex workers (FSWs) and transgenders.

Through the implementation of HIV control program, the HIV/AIDS Sub-Directorate and its civil society partners have privileged access to these key affected population which are currently not targeted for active TB screening. Thus, the Project aims to optimize the impact of the Programs by including the TB active screening into the normal HIV/AIDS interventions targeting these HIV vulnerable groups.

Duty Station : Jakarta (HIV/AIDS Sub-directorate Office, MoH) 

Purpose of the position :
Reporting directly to the Head of HIV/AIDS Sub-Directorate, the Project Manager will manage and support the timely and quality implementation of TB REACH Wave 4 Project.

Responsibilities :
  • Develop implementation and monitoring plan based on approved project design and within agreed timeline;
  • Coordinate project implementation with the Head of HIV/AIDS Sub-Directorate, TB-HIV Technical Advisors (from NAP, NTP, WHO and FHI360), and project implementation staff;
  • Provide effective coordination and supervision to project implementation staff at central and provincial level to ensure that work proceeds according to the approved work plan and TB REACH Wave 4 Project’s objectives are achieved;
  • Ensure financial resources are effectively and efficiently managed by the provinces according to the approved TB REACH Wave 4 budget, and ensure compliance of project administration requirements at provincial level according to the TB REACH Wave 4 Operational Manual and in line with GoI rules and regulations;
  • Monitor and ensure quality, timely implementation and reporting of all approved activities and budget allocated provincially against expenditure - technical and financial, and report monthly to the Head of HIV/AIDS Sub-Directorate on any variances;
  • Maintain effective relationship and regular communication with all partners and ensure timely response to any donor requests for information updates;
  • Input and update project data into TB REACH Grant Management System (GMS);
  • Oversee arrangements for any project visits by donor;
  • Coordinate and actively participate in monthly TB REACH Wave 4 Team meetings and other internal coordination and planning meetings at central level.
Qualifications :
  • University degree in Public Health, Development Studies or Social Studies
  • Working experience in project and financial management, including planning, monitoring, and preparation of reports
  • Demonstrated experience in project implementation, monitoring & evaluation
  • Knowledge of public health and TB-HIV collaboration
  • At least 3 years of work experience as a team leader/supervisor
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent computer literate
  • Fluent in oral and written Bahasa Indonesia and English
How to apply :
Please send your concise cover letter and latest CV via email with subject line “PM TB REACH” to and not later than 8 December 2014.

Winrock International Vacancy: Project Manager, Public Private Partnerships – Jakarta


Project Manager, Public Private Partnerships – Jakarta, Indonesia

Effective with the release of this position announcement, Winrock International will be recruiting applicants for the Jakarta-based position of Project Manager, Public Private Partnerships with the Ecosystem Services Unit. The responsibilities, duties, and qualifications are described in the attached position description.

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.
The salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Excellent benefits.

Applicants should go to to the Jobs link and submit a current resume, cover letter, and written response to the questions below referencing “Project Manager, Public Private Partnerships – ECO” by December 5, 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.

Please provide in your CVs and/or cover letter evidence of your involvement with:
  • Palm / rubber / cocoa / forest products sector experience.
  • Experience with “green businesses” in rural areas, such as agroforestry and/or ecotourism.
  • Conservation financing methods such as PES (Payment for Ecosystem Services), carbon offsets, conservation grants.
  • Industry certification standards such as the Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil (ISPO) initiative.
This opening is on a very fast timeframe, so please send the required information noted above as soon as possible. 

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.
  • What is the best way to approach agribusiness or forest product companies about changing their business practices to reduce GHG emissions and conserve valuable forest land? 
  • Describe one important thing you learned from working on a conservation finance or “green business” project in the past.
Position Title: Project Manager, Public Private Partnerships 
LOCATION: Jakarta, Indonesia
Department: Environment Group – Ecosystems Services Unit
Reports to: Director, Ecosystems Services Unit

Contingent on funding approval, Winrock is looking to hire a Project Manager, Public Private Partnerships for the USAID/Indonesia LESTARI Program. Winrock is partner in a consortium bidding for this opportunity. Project Manager, Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) will be responsible for implementing a project aimed at reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from palm oil, forestry concessions or other similar activities and ensuring economic and social welfare benefits for local stakeholders, by facilitating the creation or enhancement of PPPs. The Project Manager, Public Private Partnerships will also assist Winrock to develop a broader, complimentary program of work in this topic area. Privately held firms drive local economies and deforestation, so they need to be included in any approach to slow emissions and promote biodiversity conservation.  Firms also are under growing pressures to meet rapidly evolving sustainability and reduced emissions standards. However, most do not yet have tools to assess the potential GHG impacts, costs, and efficacy of these emerging goals, or to incorporate Best Management Practices.

The project will develop PPPs to promote and create a program for facilitating the drive towards sustainability in a set of landscapes in several Indonesian provinces, by providing incentives, industry recognition programs, and enhanced market access for participating firms. By constructively engaging conservation specialists with potential private sector investors, business associations at the national and provincial levels, and other financial stakeholders, productive PPPs can be developed that identify real investment incentives and result in adequate financing. Methods are likely to include industry certification, incentives for use of best management practices, and conservation management plans for natural forest concessions, industrial plantations, palm oil plantations and value chains critical to improved livelihoods.


Development of a public-private sector engagement strategy:
  • Develop a PPP engagement strategy for climate change projects for selected provinces, via improved private sector and industry practices;
  • Assess the most opportune “entry points” or approaches with the private sector for selected sectors, and barriers to those entry points; 
  • Assess the potential for voluntary offsets of GHG emissions or CSR investments that can contribute to green growth objectives in the targeted provinces; 
  • Assess the viability of engaging specific key companies for target sectors in commercial supply value chains to link with producer communities (as was done with IKEA and bamboo), and; 
  • Work with selected plantations to identify opportunities to set aside HCV forest and conservation corridors, and/or to have them verify and report on these results in support of the Indonesia Palm Oil Pledge or other sustainability standards (ISPO and RSPO).

Project management and coordination:

  • Establish working relationships with private agribusiness and forest product companies within the targeted landscapes; 
  • Work with private company partners and the Winrock project team to devise an action plan for each company to modify its business practices to reduce the GHG emissions of its operations, and conserve high conservation value forest land within its concessions; 
  • Lead feasibility studies for the establishment of new green businesses within the target landscapes, such as agroforestry and/or ecotourism; 
  • Identify key stakeholders, organize and host sharing sessions for partners to identify opportunities for advancing the PPPs, and; 
  • Coordinate and assist in completing the following deliverables with input from team and partners: 
    • Draft Project Reports, as required (e.g., quarterly or annually). 
    • Final Project Reports.

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 staff; and assisting with proposal writing.
The applicant will also be required to:
  • Travel within Indonesia on visits expected to be 1-2 weeks long; 
  • Hold weekly project update meetings with the Project Manager, based in Jakarta, the United States, or elsewhere, 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 at meetings and conferences as needed, in a professional manner;
  • Manage sensitive subject areas with diplomacy, and;
  • Address and proactively identify problems and challenges.
  • 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 the oil palm or other agricultural commodities sector, forest concession and marketing process, green business options for rural areas, industry certification standards such as ISPO, and/or deforestation issues in Indonesia preferred.  Five (5) years of experience in managing multidisciplinary (e.g., environmental, economic) and/or multi-stakeholder projects and staff. Experience in the commodities sector, with the private sector, preferred. Experience with conservation finance preferred.
  • Excellent communicator (written and verbal) able to interact with a variety of groups including agriculture commodity or timber producers (corporate and smallholders), private companies, government officials, civil society organizations, etc.
  • A proactive and resourceful team member able to work independently and remotely, while maintaining strong communications with 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.