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Search for Common Ground Job Vacancy: Program Specialist – Rehabilitation and Reintegration, Jakarta

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The, four-year USAID-funded HARMONI activity will promote tolerance and inclusion and reduce the risk of violent extremism

HARMONI will focus support on interventions that are narrowly targeted towards communities and individuals most at risk of radicalization, with an explicit mandate to build the resilience of key Indonesian institutions – governmental, civil society, religious, and community-based – that represent the frontline in preventing violent extremism in Indonesia. The project will focus on at-risk communities and vulnerable population groups.

Position Summary
The Program Specialist – Rehabilitation and Reintegration, is responsible for supporting implementation, operations, reporting, and communications of interventions under the Intermediate Results (IR) 2 component of Harmoni project, which focuses on developing effective systems for the reintegration of radicalized individuals and their families into society.

S/he will work in collaboration with the IR 2 Lead and under the supervision of the Senior Technical Advisor. S/he will also coordinate with the Harmoni grantees and other project partners, as necessary. 

Position Responsibilities:
  • Support and implement programming under IR 2: Rehabilitation and Reintegration, working with target communities, educational institutions, government agencies, CSOs, USAID, and other project partners.
  • Support CSOs to design and implement activities in the area of IR 2: Rehabilitation and Reintegration.
  • Plan, coordinate, and make arrangements for successful execution of Harmoni events, including, but not limited to seminars, conferences, trainings, meetings, presentations and, when necessary, travel and hotel arrangements, trip itineraries and reporting.
  • Support recruitment and procurement efforts related to the program activities.
  • Monitor progress of activities to measure performance and results per the Harmoni Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Plan.
  • Produce activity reports and briefing documents, as needed.
  • Contribute written inputs to Harmoni progress reports and ad-hoc technical documents.
  • Help ensure timely execution of activities, in accordance with grant activity objectives and implementation schedules.
  • Perform other tasks, as assigned by the direct supervisor and Senior Management Team.
Required Qualifications:
  • University degree, plus minimum seven (7) years of professional experience related to the Harmoni program areas and/or responsibilities under this position.
  • Deep understanding of and experience with technical aspects of IR 2: Rehabilitation and Reintegration, including experience with one or more project sub-IRs: Strengthening capacities of government institutions on rehabilitation and reintegration, development of tools and processes on rehabilitation and reintegration.
  • Broad professional network of Indonesian CSOs, government, and other institutions and individuals relevant to Harmoni and IR 2.
  • Experience with project communications, including success stories and quarterly reports.
  • Experience working on international donor programs in Indonesia, USAID preferred.
  • Excellent communication and written skills; excellent spoken and written English.
  • Strong analytical skills, with a demonstrated ability to tackle complex issues.
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Ability to work on multiple tasks simultaneously and independently, delivering products or completing responsibilities on time and at the required quality level.
  • Strong interpersonal skills; ability to work effectively as a member of a team.
  • Fluency with MS Office software applications.
This is a full-time, long-term position based in Jakarta, Indonesia.

This position is open to Indonesian nationals only.


To Apply
Interested candidates should send the following items to our employment PORTAL HERE
  • Current resume
  • Cover letter
  • Minimum salary requirements (or current salary).
This position will close on February 20th, 2020.