30 Mei 2016

Kartika Soekarno Foundation Vacancy: Local Project Officer – Posyandu Revitalization, Sumba Barat

Kartika Soekarno Foundation (KSF) is founded in 1998 (when Southeast Asian economic occured crisis) to support local health and education initiatives in good governance, community participation and building local capacity to improve the quality and coverage of health and education services for the districts community.

Since 2004, KSF has collaborated with local government district and private sectors to revitalize 255 community health centers (called Posyandu) in 5 districts; Solok (West Sumatra), Kebumen (Central Java), Blitar (East Java), Gresik (East Java) and Gianyar (Bali). Now supported by Embassy of Royal Norwegian, KSF work closely with Sumba Barat Government District are going to revitalize another 12 Posyandus.

Job Details
KSF is currently seeking:
Position: Local Project Officer – Posyandu Revitalization
Reporting to: Program Manager
Based in: Sumba Barat, Indonesia
Duration: until 30 July 2017

The scheduled completion date for the Project is July 2017. The initial contract will be awarded for a 3-months probation period), and contract extension will be subject to a satisfactory performance.

Key Responsibilities
The local project officer will work under the supervision of the Executive Director and shall report to the Revitalization Posyandu Program Manager. General duties and responsibilities of the local project officer are:  
  • Assist the Program Manager in organizing workshops, meeting and conferences (agenda, invitation, minutes, list of participants, etc) in project area;
  • Support the regular liaison with the project beneficiary and all other implementation partners;
  • Maintain regular co-ordination among the local facilitators;
  • Responsibility for e.g. regional travel, logistical questions, obtaining supplies etc, and overall administrative support (e.g. daily communication, translation, etc);
  • Provide assistance in the management of the local budget (drafting cover sheets, assistance to the Program Manager for the preparation of the parcel containing all the expenses, budget documents and time sheets, making copies of the documents etc);
  • Undertaking frequent field visit to observe ongoing programs on project sites;
  • Facilitating and supporting the process of interaction between the involved communities  and the concerned district and sub-district government officials; and
  • Give technical assistance to the community during the implementation process.
Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned by Program Manager.  Work days and time must be discussed with the Program Manager to ensure that the work priorities can be accomplished in timely manner.

Skills and Qualifications  
  • University degree, preferably in the area of Health, Nutrition, or Social Science 
  • Have the same work experiences 
  • Sound project management expertise 
  • Proven ability to work in intercultural condition 
  • Fluency in English (if applicable) 
  • Excellent negotiation, networking, communication, and reporting
Please send letter of application with contact phone number, CV and expecting salary to yusma.sari@gmail.com not later than 3 June 2016.  Please put the position title in the subject line.  Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

MCA - Indonesia Job Vacancy: Social and Gender Assessment (SGA) Project Specialist - Jakarta

Millennium Challenge Account - Indonesia (MCA-Indonesia) is a trustee institution that represents the Government of Indonesia to implement a five-year (2013-2018) Millennium Challenge Corporation's Compact Program, a major pillar of the United States-Indonesia Comprehensive Partnership and the largest single pledge made by the United States to Indonesia to date.

MCA-Indonesia has three projects under Compact Program: Green Prosperity [GP], Community-based Health and Nutrition to Reduce Stunting [CHNP] and Procurement Modernization [PM]. Our projects are designed, managed and implemented by Indonesians, for the Indonesian people. Our most important development work happens where it should be: the districts and the villages. 

Our goal is to reduce poverty through economic growth. Our program is country-driven, reform-centered, and results-focused in order to maximize its effectiveness and long-term sustainability.

To reach the goal, MCA-Indonesia is seeking highly dynamic and deliverable-oriented professionals for a better Indonesia:

Social and Gender Assessment (SGA) Project Specialist for Health & Nutrition and Procurement Modernization Project.

The Social & Gender Assessment (SGA) Project Specialist will provide support for SGA team on substantive inputs to the gender integration activity implementation under the Community-based Health and Nutrition to Reduce Stunting (Nutrition) and Procurement Modernization (PM).

The SGA Project Specialist will also support the planning, implementation and Monitoring of SGIP in the respective projects and other SGA activities, and events.

SGA Nutrition and PM Project Specialist will report to the SGA Director. She or he will work closely with the Nutrition and PM team, its contractors and subcontractors, government counterparts and key-stakeholders.

Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Provide support to implement and monitor MCA Indonesia Social and Gender Integration Plan (SGIP) activities under Community-based Health and Nutrition to Reduce Stunting (Nutrition) and Procurement Modernization (PM), including preparing for quarterly and annual work plan, providing inputs to SGA Procurement Plan and Quarterly Disbursement Request (QDR)
  • Plan, draft TORs and support the recruitment of Nutrition and PM gender consultants and contractors and ensure quality and timely deliverables of consultants and contractors
  • Provide technical review to consultants and contractors reports, and help in finalizing the reports.
  • Conduct regular field supervision of Nutrition and PM project activities, to assess as well as support social and gender integration at field levels. Write trip reports, and once reviewed and cleared by SGA Director, share reports with Nutrition and PM teams.
  • ……..
Find us here for more details: CLICK HERE

SNV Netherlands Job Vacancy: Technical Programme Officer BCC - Lampung, Indonesian

Vacancy Announcement

SNV Netherlands Development Organisation
SNV is a not-for-profit international development organisation. Founded in the Netherlands 50 years ago, we have built a long-term, local presence in 39 of the poorest countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Our global team of local and international advisors works with local partners to equip communities, businesses and organisations with the tools, knowledge and connections they need to increase their incomes and gain access to basic services – empowering them to break the cycle of poverty and guide their own development.

Our Water and Sanitation (WASH) Program - Rural
SNV began activities in the WASH sector in Indonesia in 2013. The Rural Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All programme started in 2014 and will benefit 220.000 persons living in the rural areas of the Lampung Province (Tanggamus, Lampung Selatan and Pringsewu districts), by supporting the Local Government in rolling out the national STBM (Sanitasi Total Berbasis Masyarakat) programme.

To support the programme implementation, SNV is now seeking a highly qualified candidate to fill the post of Technical Programme Officer Behaviour Change Communication (Rural Sanitation).

Position Summary:
The TPO’s role is to influence both personal and domestic sanitation and hygiene practices through behavioural change communication delivered by existing community health structures, schools or other structures with the appropriate outreach. S/he will lead the development of a behavioural change strategy in close collaboration with partners, and will guide joint monitoring and feedback efforts.

  • Review existing localized BCC strategies and tools in collaboration with local partners ;
  • Lead implementation of BCC strategies at every level in the project target areas including monitoring, evaluation and corrective action activities;
  • Lead BCC capacity building and training efforts;
  • Lead planning, implementation, and monitoring of BCC activities in the project target areas;
  • Identify and partner with organisations with outreach and capacity for BCC on hygiene (eg: community health workers, youth groups, women’s groups);
  • Develop work plans and activity budget for BCC component and lead the development of high-quality progress reports;
  • Support the development of mass communication materials: promotional material, videos, etc;
  • Strengthen the relationship and cooperation with clients, WASH program partners and stakeholders;
  • Support the design and undertaking of formative research on key behavioural determinants;
  • Contribute to monitoring and evaluation of the WASH projects in accordance with donor and internal M&E requirements and programme specific monitoring frameworks;
  • Ensure the effective linkages with existing hygiene programmes in the same geographical area.
  • Analyse and understand the play field, the organisational environment, give input to networking processes, and maintain operational contacts with relevant stakeholders within assignments.
  • Identify improvement areas within the local internal organisation and processes, give feedback and critically reflect on organisational topics, and propose organisational improvements.
The TPO BCC will work in close collaboration with the wider team responsible for the Sanitation demand creation and follow-up component to ensure coherence between demand creation messages and following hygiene messages. S/he will support the integration of hygiene aspects in follow-up activities (after demand creation) in collaboration with the District Coordinator to ensure that hygiene is fully integrated into the district sanitation plans and monitoring and with other subject matter experts to ensure that business training and development takes into account appropriate hygiene standards.

Candidate profile
  • Advanced degree in related field, public health background is preferable;
  • At least 5 years of experience working for international organizations in a Behaviour Change Advisory capacity;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the WASH sector, particularly demand creation and messaging related to sanitation and hygiene;
  • Knowledge and skills in project planning, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation (M&E);
  • Experience working with local communities and government agencies at national, provincial, and local levels;
  • Advanced communication and negotiation skills, including listening skills
  • Ability to work independently and with the team
  • Good organizing skills and interpersonal skills, with a mature attitude
  • Initiative and creative in solving problems
  • Good command of spoken and written English
  • Good computer skills (Ms. Word, Ms. Excel, Ms. Power Point, Internet and E-mail)
Duty station: Tanjung Karang, Bandar Lampung City in Lampung Province, with frequent travels to Lampung Selatan, Pringsewu and Tanggamus districts (sub-districts and villages of the designated district).

Contract duration: 1 year contract with the possibility of extension.

How to apply?
Please send application letter directly addressing the candidate profile and CV (in English) to jobsindonesia@snvworld.org by 6th June 2016 with subject: “BCC Lampung”.

Hivos Southeast Asia Job Vacancy: Finance Officer ISEAN - Jakarta, Indonesian

Hivos Southeast Asia is currently looking for a qualified individual to fill in the post of

Finance Officer ISEAN -- based in Jakarta.

Hivos Southeast Asia is a Dutch non-governmental organization guided by humanist values.

It aims at structural poverty alleviation with a strong focus on civil society building and sustainable economic development.

Hivos Southeast Asia provides financial support for local NGOs, is active in networking, lobbying and exchanging knowledge and expertise.

To apply for this position please submit your CV and a cover letter to hr.sea@hivos.org no later than 31 May 2016.

This is an oped position at national level.

Please specify the position name you are applying for (‘Finance Officer ISEAN Hivos’) in the ‘subject’ line of your email. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

For more information about the position, please visit CLICK HERE

Hivos Southeast Asia Job Vacancy: Grant Officer ISEAN - Jakarta, Indonesian

Hivos Southeast Asia invites qualified individuals to apply for the vacant post of:

Grant Officer ISEAN -- based in Jakarta.

Hivos Southeast Asia is a Dutch non-governmental organization guided by humanist values.

It aims at structural poverty alleviation with a strong focus on civil society building and sustainable economic development.

Hivos Southeast Asia provides financial support for local NGOs, is active in networking, lobbying and exchanging knowledge and expertise.

To apply for this position please submit your CV and a cover letter to hr.sea@hivos.org no later than 31 May 2016.

This is an opened position at national level.

Please specify the position name you are applying for (‘Grant Officer ISEAN Hivos’) in the ‘subject’ line of your email. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

For more information about the position, please visit CLICK HERE

Wildlife Conservation Society Job Vacancy: North Maluku Administration Officer

The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has a distinguished history of scientists exploring and saving wildlife in some of the most remote and wild places remaining on Earth. WCS has long recognized that successful conservation requires a long-term commitment to individuals and places. Such a commitment has defined the culture and style of the Global Conservation Program, including the Indonesia Program.

The Wildlife Conservation Society – Indonesia Program (WCS-IP) has significantly grown over the last decades, and contributed substantially to the conservation of biodiversity in Indonesia. We currently work in several landscapes in Sumatera and Sulawesi where we aim at protecting threatened species and their habitat. In order to achieve our overall goal of saving wildlife and wild places, WCS-IP is currently seeking for qualified candidates to fill the following vacancy:

Position: North Maluku Administration Officer
Based in: Ternate, North Maluku
Reports to: USAID-SEA North Maluku Project Leader

For more detailed information about Wildlife Conservation Society – Indonesia Program, the position and how to apply, please visit our website atNorthMaluku Administration Officer

When you are interested on the above position and consider that you possess the necessary qualification, please submit your job application consisting of updated curriculum vitae, expected salary, three professional references and a cover letter explaining your interest towards this work and/or this organization to wcsindonesia@wcs.org.
Please fill the “subject” column of the e-mails in this format “North Maluku Administration Officer"_(name of candidate)

Deadline: June 3rd , 2016

No correspondence, only short-listed candidates will

WWF Job Consultants: Livelihood Manager - Kota Agung, Lampung

If you care about the environment and want to contribute to conservation efforts in Indonesia, this is the opportunity for you to join the largest national conservation organization in Indonesia. WWF-Indonesia, an independent national conservation organization, is part of a global network of WWF. WWF-IDN is currently seeking for the best candidate for the position of: Long Term Consultant – Livelihood Manager

This position will be based in Kota Agung Lampung and report to Joint Secretariat (Sekretariat Bersama; consisting of the Head of BBSNP, WCS, WWF, YABI). The job holder will be responsible to to design strategy plan and implement strategic livelihood projects; to coordinate community engagement between the community and resort; to prepare all the information/ data to select the villages. Also to increase the capacitiy of resort-based in national park (ten selected villages adjacent to the IPZ of BBS).

Requirements for This Position are:
  • Indonesia Citizen (WNI).
  • MSc (S2) in Agriculture, Forestry, Sociology, Anthropology or related fields. At least five years of work experience in projects with strong conservation background and interdisciplinary teams.
  • Bachelor degree (S1) in Agriculture, Forestry, Sociology, Anthropology or related fields. At least ten years of work experience in projects with strong conservation background and interdisciplinary teams.
  • Proven track record in development of community engagement strategies and successful implementation of sustainable and feasible livelihood projects.
  • Good background of habitat, species conservation challenges, wildlife trade and human wildlife conflict in Sumatera.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, as well as in facilitator of meetings and mediator of conflict resolution.
  • Familiar with government planning and budgeting processes, particularly on district and village levels.
  • Familiar with human rights issues in the context of forest land tenure, and with the philosophy and approaches of the new national administration in this respect.
  • Knowledge of environmental issue, local wisdom and forest laws in the context of working in and around protected areas.
  • Problem-solving capabilities to adapt to changing frame conditions.
  • Experienced in cycle project management.
  • Knowledge of environmental service and agroforestry practices, ideally involving coffee and cacao, and other sustainable forms of agriculture and animal husbandry adapted to fragile forest edge situations.
  • Knowledge of adapted infrastructure improvements in rural areas (including micro-hydro, clean water supply, biogas and new renewable energy).
  • Knowledge of carbon stock assessment, ecotourism, co-management of protected areas, microfinance, management of cooperatives, and eco-labelling.
  • Experience to conduct of PRIDE campaigns, eradication of exotic species are all assets.
  • Good working knowledge in English.
  • Computer literate (text, spreadsheets, presentations; navigation system, SurveyPro or similar an asset).
  • Valid driver’s licence for car/motorcycle.
Interested applicants should send their CV and Cover Letter to vacancy@wwf.id with the subject of: Long Term Consultant – Livelihood Manager

Applications will be closed 7 days after the publication of this advertisement (May 31st). Please note that only short-listed applicants meeting the above requirements will be contacted.

Be a part of us, who is currently working in 28 regions in 17 provinces from Aceh to Papua, with more than 500 staffs and supported by more than 64,000 supporters in Indonesia. WWF Indonesia also works with governments, local communities, private sector, NGOs, civil society, and the public at large

27 Mei 2016

GIZ Job Vacancy: Travel, Event and Administration Professional - Jakarta

The Federal Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany supports the process of regional integration in the ASEAN region with a capacity development project that is aimed at strengthening the ASEAN Secretariat (ASEC). It has entrusted GIZ – Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Germany with the implementation of this project. In accordance with the project’s objective of ‘strengthening the institutional capacity and outreach of the ASEAN Secretariat, the project supports the ASEC in institution and capacity development under the components of: a) Strengthening ASEC’s Key Functional Units organisational structure and operational processes; and b) Strengthening ASEC’s role in coordinating key AEC initiatives related to SMEs.

As it is the case with almost all regional integration processes, economic integration fulfils the role of a driving force within the ASEAN, which is aimed at advancing wider political integration.

We seek a qualified Indonesian candidate for Travel, Event and Administration Professional

  • Overall smooth and uninterrupted functioning of the assigned area of responsibility in line with GIZ rules and regulations;
  • Organization and co-ordination of all work mechanisms;
  • Keeping project team or consultants/short term experts informed of the status of flight ticket or accommodation etc, especially in cases of delays;
  • Daily operational execution of all affairs in the assigned area of responsibility;
  • Keeping a very good relationship with the GIZ Country Office in Jakarta and other GIZ Offices in the ASEAN Member States;
  • Well established communications to all frequently approached offices.

Travel Services
  • Keep taps on all travel related costs, e.g. hotel rates for accommodation, package prices for meetings/workshops, transport costs, and provide information to travellers/projects;
  • Arrange international and domestic transport for project staff and consultants/short term experts;
  • Prepare reports of used tickets and refund of unused tickets;
  • Prepare travel cost reimbursement to be submitted to Accounting Section;
 Services Connected to Trips
  • Co-ordinate with GIZ Office for the purchase of international and domestic tickets;
 Events Management
  • Coordinate with GIZ Office for hotel and venue bookings plus arranging overall logistics for short term experts to be dispatched within the above mentioned GIZ Capacity Building Programmes; organizing workshop venues and regional travel arrangements for external technical experts and training participants from within ASEAN;
  • Prepare the procurement process of event compliance with GIZ Procurement Regulation (O+R);
  • Assist in seminar/workshop/conference logistics in Jakarta and ASEAN Member States;
  • Handling of payments (if applicable) for workshops, etc. related expenses (ASEAN Member States);
  • Prepare the contracts for suppliers/vendors of event (if required) and prepare complete expenses documentation on seminar/workshop/conference;    
  • Assist the project teams in drafting technical specifications for obtaining quotations on (office) supplies;
  • Liaise with Hotels / Guest Relation Managers and Catering Services in Jakarta and within SEA;
  • Liaise with GIZ Offices in the ASEAN region and project stakeholders (logistics related) in ASEAN Member States;
  • Timely preparation of accounting documents;
  • Keep the track of the payment status;
  • Organize and maintain documentation and filing systems according to GIZ standards;
  • Prepare visitor/mission calendar;
  • Co-ordinate the deployment and schedule of the driver, ensure that visitors and newly arrived experts are picked up;
Other duties/additional tasks
  • Generally support the tasks of the Principal Advisor and project team;
  • Filing the contracts and purchase order according to GIZ regulation as active and inactive files;
  • Assist in  and/or carry out other project activities and tasks as assigned;
  • Prepare and draft meeting minutes in correct British English and brief reports on special occasions;
  • Undertake further job training related to his/position and duties if required;
  • Make photocopies and scans documents if and when required;
  • Compile and organize information materials;
  • Label files according to GIZ filing system.
Required qualifications, competences and experience
  • University degree in Business Administration, Social Science or other fields related to Development Aid;
  • At least 5 years professional experience in similar position;
  • Proficiency in English both oral and written as a precondition; good knowledge of German as an additional asset;
  • Very good communication skills (oral and written) and in administrative;
  • Team player with excellent communication and intercultural skills
  • Work with a high level of self-responsibility, reliability and service orientation
  • Abilities to work under pressure and constantly willing to learn and accept change;
  • Very good working knowledge of ITC technologies and computer applications;
  • Knowledge in Consulting Software (CoSoft) is an advantage.
Duty Station: Jakarta

Expected Joining Date: a.s.a.p

Direct Supervisor:
Principal Advisor and Advisor of ASEC Post 2015 & Principal Advisor and Technical Assistant Coordinator of CD AIPA

Interested candidates should submit a motivation letter, CV, trainings attended and list of references (a must), addressed to recruitment-indo@giz.de. The closing date to submit the application letter is on 5 June 2016.

Please indicate your application by putting the following code in the subject line: ASEC – TEAP

Please name your file as follow format:
[Your Complete Name]_[Motivation Letter/CV/Latest Education Certificate]_ASEC – TEAP