You will lead a local team of software developers and implementers to create innovative technology-based solutions for public health research and service delivery. You will be responsible for multiple informatics projects involving software development and implementation at SID. Successful Informatics Managers at SID find their work acknowledged internationally and represent SID at global conferences and meetings on health informatics.

  • Oversees program designs, coding or configuring, testings, debugging, deploying, documenting and maintaining large and/or complex programs using a variety of software development toolkits, programming languages, testing/verification applications and other tools, while adhering to specific development best practices and quality standards.
  • Formulate and define system scope and objectives for assigned projects, and responsible for ensuring successful implementation of projects or phases of projects.
  • Devise or modify procedures to solve complex problems, while considering equipment capacity and limitations, operating time and form of desired results.
  • Coordinates deep troubleshooting and issue analysis, as well as coding, testing and implementing software enhancements and/or applying patches.
  • Be responsible for instructing, directing and verifying the work of other Java Software Developers, leading team in both technical and research endeavours.
  • Working closely with partner organisations and technical advisors, attending and participating in regular stakeholder meetings, to assist with new platform development and co-ordination across the other country programs and technical teams.
  • Support end users to adapt the new data platforms, providing training and technical support and designing monitoring & evaluation (M&E) activities, including data collection against indicators, analysis of information to assess systems effectiveness and impact
  • In addition, the Lead Java Software Developer will be expected to take on additional formal and informal assignments within their area of expertise.
What you will need to bring to THRIVE Indonesia team :
  • Having minimum of 3 years of IT team management experience. Prior experience with health informatics, open source software and community based development is a plus.
  • Holding Masters Degree from reputable universities in a relevant field, or a Bachelors Degree with direct relevant experience in a region of interest to SID.
  • Demonstrating a strong ability in assessing project requirements, creating work-plans, and developing budgets.
  • Showing a proven ability in designing and monitoring software development, implementation and project expenses.
  • Having a strong communication skills and ability to engage with non-technical personnel.
  • Fluency in both English and Bahasa Indonesia is a must.
  • Availability for international travel.
You will be responsible for writing clean, efficient, and reusable codes that can be released as an open source software. The code you write will be deployed in multiple countries and used for public health research and service delivery. You will typically be creating Java web applications and software for the Android mobile platform.

You will be primarily responsible for local adaption of the THRIVE Open-SRP project but will also include other informatics project involving software development and implementation in Indonesia. Software development, work on the THRIVE Open-SRP, will bring you into contact with diverse open source communities and you will gain exposure to the way eHealth and mHealth solutions are developed from multiple international perspectives.

  • Under the direction of the Software Development Head, assist with platform development. 
  • Participate in designing, developing and testing applications in multiple system environments.
  • Determine technical requirements, develops technical user stories and software requirements specifications that serve as the build-to specification for development
  • Participate in the research and analysis of existing systems and program requirements; support in preparing documentation to change existing programs/system.
  • Interact with application support and coordinate any patch and code deployments with developers team
  • Assists in the completion of unit testing by preparing test data, running tests and evaluating results
  • Develops screen tests and debugging problems. Develops test plans to verify logic of new or modified programs
  • Prepare reports, studies, and documentation, delivers presentations, and participates in meetings. Provide technical direction to development teams
As a Java Backend Developer, you must be:
  • Having at least 2+ years of experience and expertise in Java backend and web development in a professional setting
  • Preferable experience with Apache Maven, Postgresql, CouchDB.
  • Having a strong knowledge in creating documentation and UML diagrams
  • Holding at least a Bachelors Degree in a relevant field
  • Showing interpersonal skills to interact with team members
  • Showing excellent communication skills to work effectively with team members, support personnel, and clients (healthcare workers)
  • Prior experience with open source software development on Linux is a plus
  • Prior experience working with MySQL or OpenMRS is a plus
  • Fluency in both English and Bahasa Indonesia is a must.
  • Experience programmer/coder
EMAS Career
The SUMMIT Institute of Development (SID) in conjunction with JHPIEGO are offering exciting opportunities for professionals who are interested in pursuing careers in public health and intenational development in Expanding Maternal and Neonatal Survival (EMAS) Project.

SID is a non-profit research and service delivery organization that committed to saving lives through the improvement in health and human development at the community level through participatory evidence-based decision-making and sustainable action.

The USAID/Indonesia Expanding Maternal and Neonatal Survival (EMAS) project, is a five year program to support Government of Indonesia to reduce maternal and newborn mortality. EMAS works with Indonesia government agencies, civil society organization, public and private health facilities, health professional organization and private sector. The EMAS program is being implemented in over 150 hospitals and 300 community health centers in six provinces (Banten, West Java, Central Java, East Java, North Sumatra and South Sulawesi) with the largest concentrations of maternal and newborn deaths.

The two aims of the projects are to improve the quality of care of public and private health facilities for maternal and newborn health and  the efficiency and effectiveness of referral systems for maternal and newborn health.

To answer these aims, we are inviting the strong, dynamic, passionate, driven and persistent professionals to join our team as:

Program Manager will be responsible for planning and supervising the field implementation, overseeing the day-to-day activities and ensuring that the targets are achieved on daily and weekly basis, supervising and controling the budget use within study and ensuring that the budget disbursement meets the need, as well as responsible in documenting all aspects of the specific study and develop the monthly report.

Project Managers will be working closely with upper management to make sure that the scope and direction of each project is on schedule, as well as other departments for support.

  • Holding at least Master Degree with minimum 3 years of experiences, prefferably from Public Health from reputable university
  • Not a Civil Servant or Government Officer
  • Fluent English speaking and writting
  • Having minimum 3 years experience of leading a project.
  • Having a strong experience in management
  • Having a strong problem-solving skills
  • Having a significant experience on budget and plan management
  • Having analytical ability and excellent skills in statistics software (SAS, STATA, SPSS) to analyzing data and making decisions that affect the project on a regular basis.
  • Willing to travel to all of the study sites.
You will be joining the EMAS evaluation team as one of the six Field Managers located in 1 of the 6 EMAS participating provinces: Banten, West Java, East Java, South Sulawesi and North Sumatera. Under the direction of the study Program Manager, you will oversee day to day management of both the clinical and field teams, including staff supervision, data collection oversight and management, ensuring that all data collection occurs according to study protocol, data collection procedures and documentation standard.

In addition, you will be responsible for ensuring all administrative duties and tasks are completed to the specified expectations of SID and the EMAS evaluation team. You will also be expected to assist in data reviews and checking to ensure completeness and accuracy of information, data cleaning and data entry and followup with evaluation staff to resolve problems or clarify data collected.

  • Holding at least Master Degree in either Health/Education/Science or social field from reputable universities
  • Not a Civil Servant or Government Officer
  • Fluent English speaking and writting
  • Having the ability to liaise and manage relationship with healthcare and EMAS evaluation staffs
  • Having the ability to demonstrate leadership and management skills
  • Having the ability to demonstrate experiences in field work/data collection
  • Preferably for having a research and evaluation experience including data analysis methods and use of statistics software (SAS, STATA, SPSS)
  • Having a strong communication skill (in English and Bahasa Indonesia)
  • Willing to be placed in 1 of the 6 EMAS participating provinces as mentioned above
As part of the clinical team, you be primarily responsible for conducting all clinical assessment including labor and delivery observation, facility inventories and referral case tracking in 1 of the 6 EMAS participating  provinces. You will be required to travel to various participating hospitals and puskesmas located in the selected district within a province.

Involvement in this evaluation will bring you into contact with leading international and local health organizations and you will gain exposure to the large scale on Maternal and Child Health Programs and develop your experience in conducting rigorous evaluations. This role is a full-time short-term contract and requires applicant to be available &deliver observations in facilities from May to August 2016.

  • Graduated midwife field, with 2 year clinical experience will be advantage
  • Not a civil servant or government officer employee
  • Strong experience in clinical assessment
  • Strong computer and database skills including Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills
  • Effective communication skills (in English and Bahasa Indonesia)
  • Preferable domicile on one of the province where the study located
  • Willing to be placed in 1 of the 6 EMAS participating provinces 
If you have what it takes to be part of our team, please submit your application letter along with resume, copy of supporting documents, recent photograph and copy of ID to:
HR Office of SUMMIT Institute of Development 
Jl. Bung Hatta No. 28, Mataram, NTB 823231 
with (EMAS/THRIVE-Position Code) as the subject line.