Exciting opportunity for M&E Experts to contribute to AAI Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Plan
  • 24 month Period Offer contract
  • Activities carried throughout Indonesia and home base
  • Open to national and international individuals and organisations
The Program
Australia Awards Indonesia (AAI) is managed by Coffey on behalf of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). Australia Awards is an integral part of Australia’s development cooperation program with Indonesia and has enjoyed strong support from both governments for more than sixty years. Australia Awards addresses two key challenges: to fill a gap in the pool of individuals with the higher-level capacity to contribute to Indonesia’s development; and the need for a strong deep relationship based on mutual understanding between Australia and Indonesia.

The Position
MEL Assistant (493329)
The MEL Assistant is responsible for supporting the MEL team in implementing the MEL plan, reporting directly to the MEL Manager. The MEL Assistant will be responsible for coordinating logistics for MEL-related activities and assisting the MEL unit, as well as evaluators and researchers during data collection in the field. The MEL Assistant must be detail-oriented, flexible and effective at time management, with proven working experience in project administration, organising events and ability to work with officials from the Government of Indonesia, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and DFAT’s programming partners. Indonesian citizens are strongly encouraged to apply for this position.

Standing Offer arrangement
Those selected for the above position will enter into a Standing Offer arrangement with Coffey to provide periodic inputs as needed for a 2-year period until end of March 2018.

How to apply:
To review a detailed position description and to lodge an application for this tentative position, please visit Careers.Coffey and search by the job number 493329.

For any enquiries, please contact

Applications close: 3 March 2016 (6pm Jakarta time)