Panagora Group Job Vacancy: Chief of Party, Jakarta - Indonesian

Panagora Group, a small business specializing in monitoring, evaluation, and learning, global health, and international development, seeks an experienced Chief of Party for an anticipated RFP to provide monitoring, evaluating and learning program support services to USAID/Indonesia. The COP will also define and manage overall contract requirements:  including staffing, timeliness, and cost and quality control of all tasks and assignments undertaken to achieve this contract’s objectives.

This is a long-term position based in Jakarta, Indonesia expected to start in Spring 2020.


  1. Ensure the effective and efficient performance of all aspects of the contract, including provision of contract oversight, maintaining acceptable standards of quality for all assigned tasks and expected deliverables, including overall responsibility for leading and coordinating all activities; all required reports; and for staff management and development;
  2. Serve as the main point of contact between USAID and Panagora, frequently serving as a facilitator or co-facilitator of high-level discussions and fora among USAID staff and stakeholders;
  3. Maintain acceptable standards of quality for all assigned tasks and expected deliverables;
  4. Ensure timely information on the progress and status of all activities under the contract;
  5. Ensure compliance and integrity of contract operations.


The Chief of Party must have:
  1. An advanced degree in business administration, international development, monitoring and evaluation, knowledge management, or related field
  2. Seven years of experience in management positions for USAID project, previous Chief of Party experience strongly preferred
  3. Five years of experience working in monitoring, evaluation, and learning
  4. Previous experience overseeing performance and/or impact evaluations, external assessments, baseline data collection and analysis, and other research
  5. Experience in facilitating strategic collaboration, ideally among multiple stakeholders
  6. Previous CLA experience, including a working knowledge of USAID’s learning agenda
  7. Deep knowledge of USAID regulations and compliance
  8. Prior experience in Indonesia is strongly preferred
  9. Fluency in written and spoken English, fluency in Bahasa preferred
To apply, please submit a CV and cover letter. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted.

Panagora Group is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices.

Closing Date: 10 Oct 2019