Mercy Corps Indonesia Job Vacancy: Web Developer for CMA Website - Jakarta

Web Developer for CMA Website


Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards
Launched in 2005, the Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards (CMA) program is an initiative aimed at raising awareness about the importance of micro-entrepreneurship and microfinance in supporting financial inclusion and economic empowerment of low-income individuals. It also aims to highlight the important role micro-entrepreneurs play and contribute in their local economies; catalyze innovations among microfinance institutions (MFIs) that will lead to an increase in their outreach and their micro-entrepreneur portfolios; and to leverage awareness of policy makers within the government of Indonesia towards enabling a supportive environment for micro-entrepreneurs through a conducive set of regulations.

For the 2017 Awards (awarded in 2018), there will be 9 awards, which are divided into 5 category awards, 3 special awards, and 1 appreciation award for the best MFI. 800 micro-entrepreneurs would be nominated by the MFIs, after which the 800 nominees would shortlisted into 50 selected micro-entrepreneurs, and then further selection process will be conducted to select 20 micro-entrepreneurs and 20 of their MFI representatives that will be invited to Jakarta to attend a business bootcamp. During the bootcamp, the participants would be judged by a panel of juries to determine the winners of the 2017 CMA. The bootcamp would be followed up with a half day awarding ceremony event. The winners of the 2017 Awards will receive a cash prize, notebook computer, smartphone, and also training and mentoring for the two months to further develop their businesses.

An integral part of the program’s activity is gaining mainstream visibility and obtaining applicants for the competition. Based on experience from the last year’s CMA program, the absence of a website produced a few challenges. The presence of a website would be very beneficial in streamlining the registration and data compiling process, and also serve as a landing page for all of CMA’s communication activities which would increase the public’s trust and mainstream recognition. Based on that explanation, the program team has determined that it would be necessary to obtain the services of a Web Developer to develop an official website for CMA.

Reporting directly to program’s Communications Officer, the developer’s scope of work includes, but is not limited to the following:

Web Developer for CMA Website

  • Design and develop website as requested.
  • Create and host a domain with an address of the program’s choosing.
  • Provide a minimum of 12 pages (canals) under the same domain.
  • Develop the website design for desktop and mobile devices (responsive).
  • Provide google analytics and webmaster tools.
  • Social media integration (auto-post on social media platforms).
  • Provide functionality to create accounts.
  • Provide functionality to export accounts information into spreadsheet data (Ms. Excel).
  • Provide functionality to receive uploaded data in image, pdf, and Ms. Word format.
  • CMS system (Wordpress + Visual Composer).
  • CPANEL to manage mysql and file management.
  • Hosting: Cloud SSD hosting, 1 core, 1 GB RAM, SSL Certificate, 10 GB Disk Space.
  • Indonesia Data Center.

The developer will be hire to for two weeks (14 days), and must complete the deliverable within that time frame.

The vacancy is not limited to companies, groups, and individuals are encouraged to apply. After the hosting period has expired, the decision to extend the hosting period or not will be based on the discretion of Citi Indonesia as the donor or the selected program implementer.

The developer will coordinate with the CMA team in Jakarta and working under the supervision of IT Coordinator.

How to apply

  • Interested candidates should submit a proposal and CV to with subject “Web Developer CMA”
  • The closing date to submit the proposal and CV is on 18 August 2017