The Government of Australia (GoA), through the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade (DFAT), is a partner with the National Team for the Acceleration of Poverty Reduction (TNP2K) under the office of the Vice President of the Government of Indonesia.  TNP2K is a policy think tank to improve the quality and effectiveness of Indonesia's poverty reduction programs that reach millions of poor Indonesians.  The next phase of social protection support from November 2015 through to November 2019 is MAHKOTA Indonesia - Menuju Masyarakat Indonesia Yang Kokoh Sejahtera (Towards a Strong and Prosperous Indonesian Society). It will continue to provide support to help Indonesia better reach and benefit the poorest, as well as address key binding constraints to growth, competitiveness and rising inequality through ongoing labour market and social protection reforms.

As Managing Contractor of MAHKOTA Program, Cardno is currently looking for Head of Monitoring and Evaluation Unit. The Head of Monitoring and Evaluation will support the Chief of Policy Working Groups in overseeing design and implementation of evaluations of national poverty reduction programs. This will include supervision of the design, methods, and analysis for both quantitative and qualitative evaluations that will be carried out by development partners and service providers.  He/She will report to the Chief of Policy Working Groups.

The Terms of Reference containing full Selection Criteria can be Downloaded From HERE

How to apply
To apply for this position please click the "apply" button found on the above link and attach an application letter and a current CV.

A competitive salary package will be offered to the preferred candidate in line with local labour laws.

The position is open to Indonesian nationals and permanent residents with authority to live and work in Indonesia.

Applications close 5.00pm, Wednesday, 12 October 2016, Indonesian Time.

Cardno is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to Child Protection in all fields. Any offer of employment will require criminal record checks.