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Yayasan Plan International Indonesia is presently implementing its country strategic 4 (CS 4) covering fiscal year 2017 to 2022, where the country objective has been defined as “to identify and facilitate the removal of obstacles that prevent children from enjoying their rights and participating fully in Indonesian society”. The organisation’s purpose is to “strive for a just world that advances children’s rights and equality for girls”. This goal will be achieved by providing technical support and implementing quality programs and projects through partnership. An effective and efficient communications strategy is a must for Plan Indonesia to share the outcomes of these projects to influence different actors, specially state authorities and to position Plan’s profile within and outside at different levels – starting from community,sub district, district to national, regional and international levels.
Yayasan Plan International Indonesia  invites highly competent, experienced and committed professionals to fill the following position:

DRM Project Manager

Key Result Area (KRA) 1:  Responsible to Leads the process of developing/ develop implementation plan of all DRM projects  with detail activities, operational processes and budget for field level implementation  Indicator for success; Project implementation plan is developed and approved before implementation starts; Annual plans and budgets of all projects are finalized and approved; necessary revision is done and approval ensured.
KRA 2: Ensures development of M&E framework of all projects to support comprehensive and quality monitoring of the project performance at community, partner and country level following corporate guide line of Plan and donor agencies. Indicators for success: Approved M&E framework for all projects are in place before implementation starts.Project Monitoring Implementation System is developed/established to generate information for monitoring and management decisions
KRA 3: Supports coordinators overcoming operational constrains to ensure smooth implementation and to achieve agreed burn rate of the project budget Indicators for success: Operational constrained are identified through monitoring visits and required support channelled from internal and external environment as requiredAt least 95% burn rate of annual project budget is ensured in a consistent manner throughout the year
KRA 4: Establishes quality donor reporting system for projects by providing guidance, setting protocols and building capacity of the relevant project staff. Indicators for success: Project reports to donors meets quality standards in terms of language and fed with appropriate field information  Project reports meets donors deadlines and compliance
KRA 5: Establishes organizational learning from project experience/ evaluation, contribute to the development of project concept paper and assisting in identifying potential funding source to support achieving organizational target for s income Indicators for success: Organizational learning protocol for projects is established by specifying the roles and responsibility and deliverables of the project team; learning from the project is incorporated in the specified decision making process for new project or strategy of DRM project concept notes prepared, finalized  and awarded with the input of the incumbent;
KRA 6: Ensure Plan’s access to the donors’ community and relevant government authorities by representing and advocating Plan’s program/ projects’ objectives; establishing and maintaining networks at national and regional level to support incorporating global standard and learning into the projects Indicators for success: Issues for advocacy from the projects are identified; advocacy processes and protocols designed in consultation with concerned program advisors and project manager, and ensured approval from Country Directors. Plan has access in the identified govt. offices for collaboration and promoting its agenda.
KRA 7: Provides basis for development of competent workforces for the projects by planning and supervising the deliverables of direct reports, training and motivating of project staff Indicators for success: IAP PEA processes are completed in time for the project staff members; Team works are visible across the project implementation works. Staff capacity building processes are initiated on time as per Plan Employee Appraisal Policy and Process; Project staff capacity is enhanced.  Periodical review and discussion with the staff are done for improvement in the staff performance. 
Requirements:
Masters in Social Sciences, Sociology, Development Studies, Public Administration, International Affairs, Law or other relevant field with 5-7 years’ experience in any development works with demonstrated in project managerial skill. At least 3 years of DRR experience with international NGOs or international organizations of which 2 years have been completed in the field.  Minimum 8years’ experience in same field  Minimum 5 years experince in the advisor level  Experience developing and writing proposals and reporting  Good knowledge and skills issue DRM ( climate change ,adaptation, disaster risk reduction) : Communication skills, analytical and conceptual thinking, Building and managing teams, networking, marketing, leadership, crisis management, human resource management, problem solving, negotiation skills  Fluent both Indonesia and English (oral and written)
All applications will be treated in confidence. Only short-listed candidates will be notified and invited for interviews. Please submit your letter of application and detailed curriculum vitae in English by email not later than September 10, 2017  toHRD.Indonesia@plan-international.org
Please fill the 'subject' column of the e-mails in this format: (The Position)–(Your Name). File attachment not later than 1MB.Range Salary : IDR 11 550 000 – 17 000 000, -

Yayasan Plan International Indonesia seeks to improve the lives of the most marginalized, particularly girls, women, and people with disability. We encourage people form diverse backgrounds and experiences, particularly women and people with disability to apply