ThinkWell Job Vacancy: Deputy Chief of Party, Jakarta - Indonesian - Kerja Ngo

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ThinkWell Job Vacancy: Deputy Chief of Party, Jakarta - Indonesian

Overview
Do you believe that everyone deserves access to affordable, quality healthcare? Are you driven by creativity, bold ideas, and disruptive innovation? Are you inspired by exceptionally talented, diverse, impact-oriented colleagues? Do you thrive in a dynamic, high-growth, fast-paced environment?


ThinkWell is a growing, flexible health systems organization, with both global influence and local grounding. Our focus is on driving transformation in the global health space by always questioning and disrupting conventional wisdom about what works or what can or cannot be done. We believe in pragmatisms over ideology and develop solutions tailored to a client’s context and political realities without replicating global models and all-purpose solutions. We know that to drive change, we must focus on how the world could be, rather than making excuses for the status quo.

ThinkWell is implementing a new five-year project, Health Financing Activity funded by USAID. The project will work in partnership with the Ministry Health, BPJS-K, Ministry of Finance and other government agencies to provide evidence for health financing policy; build institutional capacity within government and research organizations to conduct analysis to inform national and sub national health financing policy reform; provide analytics for sustainable financing for JKN and health financing for public health, with a special focus on HIV, TB and MNH.

ThinkWell is seeking a dynamic forward-thinking Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) who has experience in managing USAID contracts of technical assistance programs in the Indonesian health sector. This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to a transformative program.

The DCOP will report to the Chief of Party and be responsible for day-to-day project management including oversight of financial and operational systems; and quality control of contract reports and deliverables; and representation of HFA with external audiences.

Please note: Indonesian nationals are encouraged to apply. This position includes an Indonesian benefits package and does not include international relocation or expatriate benefits.

Responsibilities

Under the supervision of the COP
  • Primary point of contact for USAID for day-to-day project management and reporting
  • Represent the project and make presentations to USAID, GOI, and other external audiences
  • Develop and implement a system of annual workplan preparation with the government partners and sub-contractors and other HFA team members as required. Ensure that the work plan meets USAID requirements and standards
  • In collaboration with the MERLA lead, develop and implement an activity monitoring system
  • Quality control, technical and editorial, of deliverables
  • Produce regular activity tracking reports for submission to USAID
  • Develop and implement a system of coordinating the timely inputs for monthly, quarterly, six monthly and annual reporting
Under the supervision HQ director of contracts
  • Ensure compliance with the USAID head contract
  • Ensure that contract deliverables are met in accordance with contract requirements
  • Manage all sub-contracts related the HFA project
  • Act as the lead contract focal point for USAID in country
  • In collaboration with the Country Operations Coordinator
  • Ensure the stringent management of financial systems, including financial tracking, recording of financial transactions, financial risk management, fraud prevention
  • Supervise a finance officer and administrative assistant
  • Develop operation protocols and procedures as required
  • Manage HR systems and procedures specific for the HFA
  • Develop and maintain administrative systems required for the HFA activity
  • Oversee the preparation of quarterly travel plans and travel requests, monthly financial projections, and procurement of all goods and services
  • Review financial report from the sub-contractors
Qualifications
  • Minimum master’s degree in business administration, management, financing, public health, economics or related degree
  • 5 years of professional experience managing USAID contracts for technical assistance projects, preferably in the Indonesian health sector
  • Strong project management capacity
  • Good understanding of technical assistance projects in the health sector
  • Demonstrated capacity to undertake forward planning, managing budgets inclusive of financial analysis
  • High level of IT skills, inclusive of word, document editing, excel, database management
  • Strong capacity to coordinate with government partners in Indonesia
  • Ability to relate with technical experts and consultants
  • Strong presentation skills, ability to synthesize management data in terms of activity progress, link with financial analysis, preparations of briefs and presentations from a management perspective
  • Excellent written and oral communications in English and Bahasa Indonesian
Who you are
  • Aspiring leader who models and embraces facilitation and mentorship as the primary tools for leadership;
  • Thoughtful systems thinker with grounded, pragmatic understanding of the complexities of achieving development outcomes;
  • Intuitive ability to relate and connect with people from different cultures, orientations, and operating lenses (political, technical, funder, business partner, etc); with special acumen on maintaining positive relations in a virtual world.
APPLY ONLINE CLICK HERE

Closing Date: 28 September 2019
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