Burung Indonesia merupakan organisasi konservasi nasional yang berupaya melestarikan seluruh jenis burung Indonesia dan habitatnya dan bekerja dengan masyarakat untuk mendorong pembangunan yang berkelanjutan. Burung Indonesia tergabung dalam jaringan kemitraan global BirdLife International yang terdiri dari organisasi-organisasi mandiri berbasis keanggotan di 125 negara dan teritori di seluruh dunia. Dalam kegiatannya, Burung Indonesia menggalang dukungan masyarakat luas serta mengembangkan kapasitas organisasi setempat dan bermitra dengan para pihak.

Posisi berkedudukan di Bogor dengan banyak melakukan perjalanan ke Jambi dan Sumatera Selatan.

Berikut ini selengkapnya gambaran pekerjaan dan kualifikasi posisi tersebut:

Burung Indonesia Programme Manager for the Hutan Harapan Initiative

Burung Indonesia (BirdLife Indonesia Association) is the Indonesian partner of BirdLife International - a global partnership of conservation organizations that strives to conserve birds, their habitats through active involvement of local communities, government institutions, the private sector and other stakeholders.  It was established in 2002 as an independent Indonesian non-government organisation, after working for 10 years as the program office of BirdLife International in Indonesia.

Located in Jambi and South Sumatera, Hutan Harapan is a 98,500 ha ecosystem restoration concession and it is the first project in Indonesia to be implemented under an ecosystem restoration licence. In expectation of further donor funding, Burung Indonesia is advertising for a Programme Manager for the Hutan Harapan Initiative.

The candidate will be responsible for coordinating the overall programme planning, implementation, monitoring of progress and coordinating with key stakeholders. In particular, the candidate is expected to ensure that the programme’s objectives/outputs are achieved to a high standard of quality according to the log frame and budget, within the contracted project period and in compliance with national laws, donor regulations and Burung Indonesia’s policies and procedures.

  • Manage project budget;
  • Plan and schedule project timelines;
  • Provide direction and support to the Burung Indonesia Hutan Harapan programme team;
  • Facilitate the definition of the programme scope, goals and deliverables
  • Track project deliverables using appropriate tools;
  • Liaise with  ESP3 and the Royal Danish Embassy, as well as other Hutan Harapan donors;
  • Coordinate the development of quarterly, mid-term and annual reports; 
  • Develop Terms of References (TORs) for technical support to be provided by Burung Indonesia, identify and select the consultants, and monitor and review their assignments; 
  • Coordinate and support project evaluations; 
  • Hold regular meetings with the Director of Operations of PT REKI to monitor project progress, identify problems and solutions; 
  • In coordination with the Secretary of Yayasan KEHI, prepare regular updates and prepare and coordinate two annual meetings for the Yayasan KEHI’s Board of Patron’s.
Skills and Qualifications:
  • Indonesian National;
  • University degree (minimum BSc or S1) in Forestry, Natural Resources, Agriculture or closely related field;
  • At least 5 years’ experience  working in conservation NGOs;
  • Experience in managing and supervising a  team to reach the project objectives;
  • Experience in program design and work plan development;
  • Good understanding of governmental structures and processes at national, provincial and district levels;
  • Experience in building partnerships with government and other civil society organizations;
  • Fluent in English (spoken and written).
These positions are located in Burung Indonesia’s head office in Bogor but the candidate will be expected to travel regularly to the project site in Jambi and South Sumatra. Burung Indonesia invites qualified individuals to submit their CV to: on 30 April 2016 at the latest. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Burung Indonesia
Jl. Dadali No. 32
BOGOR 16161
Telp. +62 251 8357 222
Fax. +62 251 8357 961