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URGENTLY REQUIRED

SERASI is a USAID funded project that supports Indonesia’s continuing evolution

into a peaceful, just and democratic nation with respect for pluralism and

protection of human rights for all citizens, accomplished through rapid and

flexible programmatic, administrative and logistical support for USAID’s

strategic grants and technical assistance program in the areas of democracy and

governance, health, and education. In the coming year SERASI will significantly

expand it focus in Eastern Indonesia and seeks qualified individuals to fill the

following positions.

JakartaBased:

  1. Program Officer (Code: PO-JKT)

  2. Program Officer – Health (Code: POH-JKT)

  3. Program Officer – Education (Code: POE-JKT)

  4. Grants Officer (Code: GO-JKT)

  5. Finance Assistant (Code: FA-JKT)

Papua Based:

  1. Program Officer (Code: PO-PPA)

  2. Grants Officer (Code: GO-PPA)

  3. Monitoring & Evaluation Officer (Code: M&E-PPA)

  4. Finance Assistant (Code: FA-PPA)

  5. Driver (Code: DRV-PPA)

Details on each of these positions and the REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS can be viewed

on the SERASI website:www.serasi-ird.org

Applications must be able to assume duties no later than February 28, no

exceptions.

QUALIFIED APPLICANTSshould submit a cover letter, CV, 3 references, and salary

history/expectations with the POSITION CODE on your email subject by Feb 4, 2011

to: Email:

[email protected] YOU DO NOT IDENTIFY YOUR EMAIL with the POSITION CODE in the SUBJECT LINE

your email will not be received by our system.

ONLY Individuals that meet the MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS will be considered.

No phone calls please. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Burung Indonesia adalah organisasi nirlaba yang bergiat dalam pelestarian

burung liar dan habitatnya di Indonesia. Knowledge Center Burung Indonesia

merupakan salah satu unit kerja yang bertujuan menyediakan informasi akurat

dan terpercaya kepada klien internal, menyediakan hasil analisis yang

mendukung pembuatan rencana strategis, dan memfasilitasi proses pembelajaran

dan inovasi di dalam organisasi. Saat ini Burung Indonesia membuka peluang

untuk tenaga harian lepas dalam mengelola Resource Center di Bogor dengan

tugas umum dan kualifikasi sebagai berikut:

Tugas umum:

Mengelola Resource Center Kantor Perhimpunan Burung Indonesia yang meliputi

mengelola aset pengetahuan berupa publikasi dan media informasi lain;

Mengembangkan aset pengetahuan sesuai dengan kebutuhan kantor untuk

konservasi.

Kualifikasi:

Minimal sarjana di bidang ilmu terkait kepustakaan atau konservasi;

Memiliki kemampuan mengelola database informasi dan publikasi;

Memiliki kemampuan mengoperasikan aplikasi MS Office;

Memiliki kemampuan administrasi yang baik dan teliti;

Mampu untuk bekerja secara mandiri maupun dalam tim;

Memiliki kemampuan melakukan penelusuran informasi serta menulis laporan

yang baik;

Memiliki kemampuan berbahasa Inggris yang baik, baik secara lisan maupun

tertulis.

Lamaran dan CV harus diterima paling lambat tanggal 7 Februari 2011. Hanya

pelamar yang memenuhi syarat yang akan dipanggil untuk wawancara. Lamaran

dikirimkan melalui email: <mailto:

[email protected]>

[email protected] PO Box.310/BOO, Bogor 16003.

Liaison Officer for Pansos Socio Economic Income

Generating Project (to be based in Bengkulu).

Summary:

KARINA

(Caritas Indonesia) is the humanitarian arm of the Bishops’ Conference of

Indonesia based in Central Jakarta and is officially considered as a member of

the Caritas Internationalis confederation. Established in mid-2006, it recently

completed its first strategic planning in early 2008. One of the results of the

strategic planning is the identification of three main divisions: Programs

Division, Support Division and Total Quality Management Division. KARINA acts

as a coordinating and facilitating body for all the 37 Dioceses incorporated

under the Bishops’ Conference of Indonesia.

In continuing the reconstruction and rehabilitation

program after the earthquake last 2007 in Bengkulu, Caritas Palembang/Pansos

initiated a carry-over program for the similar beneficiaries in Bengkulu and

new site of Jambi for socio economic income generating project which also to be

cross cutting with disaster risk reduction and health issues. The goal of this

project is to develop healthy, substance and resilient community in the

disaster prone areas. Therefore under the lead of Caritas Palembang/Pansos with

close support from KARINA KWI, the two years project is intended to revitalise the

families socio economic in the disaster prone areas and in the same time

building the capacities of the community, DRR and health issues.

Key

responsibilities:

Under the direct supervision of the Pansos -

Project Manager of Socio Economic Income Generating Project, the Liasion

Officer will be responsible for providing monitoring, evaluation and reporting

to Pansos – Project Manager and KARINA, in particular, he/she will:

  1.   Maintain regular liaison between Diocesan Caritas Palembang
    

, KARINA and SCCF concerning every issues on the project both in Bengkulu and

Jambi.

  1. Ensure a

smooth implementation of the program according the agreed policy and procedures

as described in the project proposal and the MoU between Caritas Palembang/Pansos and KARINA.

  1.   Ensure overall project co-ordination of the
    

response, liaison with national and international agencies based in Indonesia,

as well as liaison with and reporting to SCCF.

  1. Represent
    

Caritas Palembang/Pansos and KARINA in meetings and coordinate meetings,

workshops and functions related to Socio Economic Income Generating Project

Bengkulu – Jambi.

Ensure

the narrative and financial reports are in schedule.

Undertake

other duties that maybe assigned from time to time are commensurate to the

position.

Key

duties:

1-

Liaise

the project issues (administrative, financial and programmatic) between Caritas

Palembang/Pansos and KARINA KWI.

2-

Provide

technical programmatic information to the project team members.

3-

Monitor

the on going activities planned based on the log frame.

4-

Collect

the data from the project and consolidate the narrative reports.

5-

Prepare

the organisation of training sessions.

6-

Assist

the Project Manager of Socio Economic Income Generating Project to design work

plans of the activities of the project.

Frequency

of reports:

·

Consolidating

the quarterly report to SCCF.

·

Monthly

progress report.

·

Visit

report after each field visit.

Reporting to:

Report to Pansos - Project Manager of Socio

Economic Income Generating Project and to KARINA.

Location :

Based in Bengkulu, regular field visit to Jambi

including the project sites (at least twice a month)

Competencies/Qualification Requirements:

§

University degree in any

subjects or Social Sciences.

§ Has a minimum of 4 (four) years

working experiences, preferably with an NGO, specifically either in emergency

program or development setting, livelihood and DRR issues.

§

Having working experiences on livelihood,

project management, monitoring and evaluation Disaster Risk Reduction,

Emergency Response, Community Development and Assessment Methodology.

§

Having working experiences on

community situation into programmatic intervention.

§

Having some skills on budgeting

strategy.

§

Understand basic issues and

concept of program and activities that KARINA (Caritas Indoensia) are involved

in.

§

Has a good verbal and written

abilities to disseminate information in Bahasa Indonesia and fluency in English

is a prerequisite.

§

Written and spoken fluency in

Bahasa Indonesia and English.

§

Computer literacy (Microsoft

office and internet).

§

Excellent communication and

interpersonal skills to adequately represent organization to partners; Ability

to work under deadline, independently, sense of responsibility and initiative.

§

Willing to travel frequently.

Period of contract

1 (one)

year.

Deadline

for submitting application February 3rd, 2011 to:

[email protected]

Dear All,

Please find below the Vacancy at Caritas Czech Republic :

Caritas Republik Ceko - Misi Aceh (CCR) telah melaksanakan kegiatan mata

pencaharian tingkat desa di Kabupaten Aceh Jaya sejak tahun 2005 setelah

menyelesaikan kegiatan masa darurat paska Tsunami. Bidang mata pencaharian ini

kemudian menjadi program utama CCR di Aceh. Selama lebih dari 4 tahun, CCR telah

memberikan dukungan jangka panjang kepada korban Tsunami dibeberapa

bidang seperti pertanian, agro-forestry dan aquaculture (diseluruh kecamatan di

kabupaten Aceh Jaya).

Di tahun 2010-2012 CCR akan melaksanakan program Multi-Donor Fund (MDF)

bekerjasama dengan Economic Development Financing Facility (EDFF) serta Bank

Dunia untuk meningkatkanpeluangekonomi bagi para petani Nilam diseluruh Aceh.

Saat ini CCR sedang melakukan proses perekrutan staff untuk posisi sebagai

berikut :

  1. Construction Engineer

  2. Marketing Coordinator

Kualifikasi :

Kerangka Acuan (Term of Reference) untuk posisi tersebut di atas dapat di lihat

di

http://en.caritasczech.org/acehjobsIntruksi pengiriman lamaran dapat pula di lihat pada web site tersebut.

Batas waktu pengiriman lamaran sampai dengan 2 February 2011 pukul 17.00 WIB.

Many thanks

The American Friends

Service Committee (AFSC) Indonesia

www.afsc.bina-damai.net adalah

sebuah organisasi Quaker yang meliputi orang-orang dari berbagai keyakinan

untuk berkomitmen terhadap keadilan sosial, perdamaian, dan pelayanan

kemanusiaan. Kerja kemanusiaan AFSC

berdasarkan pada keyakinan bahwa setiap orang layak dihargai dan bahwa kasih

dapat mengatasi kekerasan dan ketidakadilan.

AFSC Indonesia saat

ini sedang mengembangkan Youth Program di cakupan wilayah kerja Yogyakarta, Aceh, Ambon,

dan NTT. Untuk itu AFSC Indonesia membuka

lowongan bagi kandidat yang berjiwa muda, dinamis, memiliki semangat dan

motivasi tinggi untuk bergabung sebagai:

Posisi: Youth Program Officer

Lokasi: Yogyakarta, dengan intensitas travel

ke wilayah kerja project.

Alur Pelaporan: Program Team CoordinatorRemunerasi: Kompetitif untuk INGO berskala menengah

Ringkasan

Kerja:

Youth Program Officer (YPO)

akan mengelola Youth Project dengan

wilayah kerja di Yogyakarta, Aceh, dan Ambon, mengembangkan program pluralisme

dan gerakan pemuda dalam menanggapi persoalan kebinekaan, dan mengembangkan

jaringan yang potensial dalam mendukung pengembangan program tersebut.

Lingkup

Kerja dan Tanggungjawab:

Pengembangan Kemitraan

Menjaga hubungan

baik dengan mitra-mitra AFSC Indonesia, termasuk dengan pihak pemerintahan

lokal.Memperluas penyebaran ‘isu bina-damai’ kepada

jaringan kepemudaan AFSC.

Pengelolaan Program

Mempersiapkan Laporan Semester, Laporan

Tahunan dan materi komunikasi program kepemudaan. Mereview proposal

yang masuk dari mitra bersama dengan Program

Team Coordinator.Memastikan

perencanaan, implementasi dan MONEV Youth

Program berjalan dengan baik.

Mengevaluasi

capaian program yang sedang berjalan. Melakukan diskusi

dan konsultasi ide atau gagasan program yang potensial untuk dilakukan

dalam program Youth di wilayah kerja AFSC Indonesia yang lain.

Administrasi

Terlibat aktif

dalam agenda-agenda strategis organisasi.

Terbuka untuk

berpartisipasi dalam pelaksanaan pelatihan bina damai dan/atau pertemuan

dengan pemerintahan jika diminta oleh Country Representative; Berpartisipasi dalam pertemuan tahunan mitra

AFSC atau pertemuan regional jika diminta;Bekerjasama dengan Tim Administrasi dalam

mematuhi dan menjaga prosedur administrasi dan keuangan AFSC Indonesia.

Kirimkan surat lamaran Anda beserta CV kurang dari 3 halaman, ditujukan

kepada Country Representative-AFSC

Indonesia, Yogyakarta melalui email:

[email protected]. Lamaran paling lambat

diterima 5 Februari 2011. Cantumkan kode

lamaran YPO. Hanya pelamar yang

memenuhi kriteria saja yang akan dihubungi lebih lanjut.

The AFSC is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, welcoming

applications from qualified persons regardless of their religious affiliation race, age, sex, gender identity, sexual

orientation or disability. Working mothers are also encouraged to apply.

Mercy Corps Indonesia

Open Vacancy

Dear All,

Please find below “Open

Position” in Mercy Corps Indonesia.

We are trying to find the

best possible candidates to make the Mercy Corps team stronger.

MALUKU

Program Summary

Mercy Corps is implementing a three-year program to support

the successful integration of IDPs in Malku – Aid to Uprooted People (AtUP).

The overall objective of this action is to empower ex-IDPs to integrate into

secure, productive, and just communities, supporting sustainable peace and

development in Maluku. This will bring conflict-affected households that have

been left behind into mainstream development and into greater participation

within their communities. The specific objective for this action is to improve

access to economic opportunities, water and sanitation facilities, health care,

and governance in IDP communities. This is expected to result in: economically

sustainable, market-driven livelihoods for IDPs, improved water, sanitation,

and health care in IDP communities; and greater social integration of IDPs,

including greater capacity for resolution of land issues. Mercy Corps will work

to build community capacity in project identification, development,

implementation, and monitoring and evaluation.

  1. Program Officer

Responsible for day-to-day implementation of the Aid to

Uprooted People (AtUP) program with communities on Ambon and Seram Islands.

Responsibilities

include:

socializing the AtUP program to selected communities and facilitating community

meetings to identify their top priorities and then determine with Mercy Corps

which ones can be funded through this program. In order to do this, the Program

Officer is responsible to spend time at AtUP selected areas to give assistance

in building community capacity in project identification, development;

including proposal writing together with community, implementation, and

monitoring and evaluation.

  1. Gender/Government Officer

The Gender/Government Officer is a key position in Mercy

Corps Maluku Aid to Uprooted People (AtUP) program and will lead the

coordination and partnership effort of AtUP program with all levels of the

Maluku government and ensure consistently high quality reports to government.

The individual holding the position described in this PD will be responsible

for developing, coordinating, maintaining and constantly improving AtUP

government partnership strategy, as well as strengthening linkages between AtUP

communities with government. In addition, the position holder is responsible

for ensuring that needed reports to the government are timely and of a high

quality. This position is also responsible for working with project team

members to ensure gender mainstreaming throughout the project.

Please send your CV with

position applied on the email subject to:

[email protected]

Vacancy will be closed 4 February 2011.

We look forward to hearing

from those who are interested in taking this opportunity to grow and develop

with us.

Thanks,

Human Resources Department

Mercy Corps Indonesia

Closing Date: 4 Feb 2011

CARE International Indonesia (CII), as an international NGO, has carried out

large scale operations in Indonesia, encompassing emergency operations,

transitional activities centered on agriculture and nutrition and a range of

development initiatives in such areas as water and sanitation, health and

micro-credit.

CARE Indonesia in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara is currently recruiting the

following position for its project:

JOB TITLE : PROJECT MANAGER

DEPARTMENT/PROJECT : PROGRAM/DIPECHO

REPORTS TO : PROGRAM DIRECTOR

BASE : KUPANG-EAST NUSA TENGGARA

JOB TITLE : COMMUNITY FACILITATOR

DEPARTMENT/PROJECT : DRR PROJECT/ DIPECHO

REPORTS TO : PROJECT OFFICER

BASE : KUPANG-EAST NUSA TENGGARA

  1. PROJECT MANAGER (PM)

JOB SUMMARY:

The PM will provide overall oversight to CARE’s Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR)

Project and support to the partners. S/He will be responsible for coordinating

the overall project planning, implementation, monitoring of progress,

facilitation of requirements to secure project progress, synergize activities

across the Consortium members, national and local implementing partners,

coordination and relationship building with key stakeholders, including relevant

national and local governments. In particular to make every effort to ensure

that the Project’s objectives/outputs are achieved to a high standard of quality

according to the logframe and budget, within the contracted project period and

in compliance with national laws, donor regulations and CARE policies and

procedures

As the project is implemented by a Consortium led by CARE, the Project Manager

is responsible for coordinating all the project components implemented across

all partners. S/He leads in the project planning, implementation, monitoring and

evaluation. S/He is also in-charge for relationship building and necessary

coordination with donor representatives, Government officials, partners and

other stakeholders at field level.

In the context of the project linking and learning approach, the incumbent will

ensure that appropriate operating systems are in place and continuously

appraised, and modifications are implemented to ensure effectiveness of the

project. It is the responsibility of the Project Manager to ensure accuracy and

timely receipt of all reports from Partners and the submission of consolidated

reports to the donor and key stakeholders. The Project Manager will directly

supervise the staff under the Project Management Unit (PMU) and will be

responsible for control of approved operating budget and assets under his/her

jurisdiction.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS:

The incumbent serves as leader and coordinator of the project team (PMU and

partner staff) with the following responsibilities:

A. Project Management

B. Financial/Budget and Asset Management

C. Contract Management/Compliance

D. Personnel Management

E. Government Liaison/External Relations

A. Project Management

A1. Maintain familiarity of the elements of project cycle management and

understanding of the key aspects of DRR and disaster preparedness project,

including capacity building, extraction of learning and conduct of effective

advocacy activities.

A2. Ensure compliance with Project documentation and donor guidelines including:

• Approved Project proposal and budget and any donor approved changes.

• Donor contract

• Donor procedure manuals

• Individual Project Implementation Agreement or IPIA (if through a CARE member)

• Project agreements with Partners

A3. Guided by CARE International Program Principles and Project Standards,

ensure the quality of project implementation. If the Project does not meet these

standards at any stage of the project cycle, take appropriate steps to correct

or improve identified areas.

A4. Monitor achievements of project results and indicators as per logframe,

and ensure that planned activities remain appropriate and realistic, and if

required, suggest corrective measures to line management and/or project Team.

A5. Develop Project start up plans in consultation with PMU staff and

Partners, Steering Committee and local government partners. Following project

initiation, maintain an updated, regular (monthly) implementation plans and

reports.

A6. Establish and implement Project monitoring and evaluation systems in order

to provide regular information on progress towards indicators of outputs and

objectives and assess the impact of the Project.

A7. Mobilize and manage technical assistance and support to Project and

counterpart staff as required.

A8 Work closely with Partners to ensure proper coordination exists for

efficient project implementation.

B. Financial/Budget and Asset Management

(This applies to project funds directly managed by CARE and those allocated to

Partners.)

B1. Comply with CARE Indonesia financial management procedures and expenditure

monitoring systems.

B2. Authorise all necessary Project site expenditure within CARE Indonesia

“Limits of Authorisation” table and ensure that Project expenses are kept to a

minimum consistent with sound administrative and financial practices.

B3. Ensure that Project expenditure is being coded correctly and consistently

(i.e. allocated to correct budget lines) and that donor funds are used solely

for the purposes for which they were granted and in accordance with relevant

CARE Indonesia and donor guidelines.

B4. Check monthly Project expenditure report for accuracy and appropriateness.

Regularly discuss with Finance Manager concerning financial reporting issues,

errors, trends, payment delays, outstanding commitments and related matters.

B5. Monitor expenditure on a monthly basis against the approved budget. Review

expenditure projections to ensure that expenditure stays within budget. Actual

or anticipated expenditure variances against the budget should be included in

the monthly report to line management together with any recommendations for

changes to the budget.

B6. In close coordination with the Administration Unit, ensure that assets

purchased by or provided to the Project comply with asset management guidelines

in the CARE Indonesia Administration Manual.

C. Contract Management

C1. Ensure that contractual compliance obligations to the donor are understood

and adhered to by all relevant Project staff and Partners.

C2. In the event of any urgent and serious matters, provide immediate reports

(verbal or written) to line management or ACD Program. Such matters of

significance may include:

• Personnel/staff,

• Security,

• Financial or asset control,

• Project performance,

• Legal problems,

• Events likely to gain adverse publicity, and or

• Any other matters felt to be of significance by the Project Manager.

C3. Submit all reports on time (donor, relevant CARE International member

and CARE Indonesia).

C4. Ensure that approved objectives, outputs (targets) and budgets are

reached. Any changes to the project design, objectives, outputs or budget must

have prior approval by the donor.

C5. Ensure the effective management, maintenance, security and legitimate

usage of all project facilities, assets, personnel and equipment.

D. Personnel Management

D1. Develop, define and maintain updated job descriptions for all relevant

Project staff, which clearly explain the roles and responsibilities of each

staff member.

D2. Work with line management and Human Resources Unit to recruit staff for all

project positions. Ensure that CARE’s recruitment procedures are followed.

D3. Ensure that all staff clearly understands their roles and responsibilities.

On the basis of their job descriptions monitor staff performance and provide

constructive feedback to staff in line with CARE Indonesia performance

management procedures (Annual Performance Appraisal process).

D4. Identify the key skills required by all Project staff to effectively fulfil

their designated roles and where necessary suggest or plan staff training to

fulfil such needs as well as provide on the job training and coaching/mentoring.

D5. Assist all Project staff to have access to training in order to develop

their skills beyond the requirements of their current position.

D6. Actively assist staff, in particular women, assume greater responsibility

within project activities and ‘foster’ their long-term professional development.

D7. Ensure that staffs participate in the development of project weekly/monthly

work plans.

D8. Ensure that the provisions of CARE Indonesia’s Human Resource Manual are

being complied with. In particular, ensure that working hours, annual, sick

leave and other leave provisions are being applied and liaise with the Regional

Office Manager (if applicable) or Human Resources Unit regarding relevant

staffing issues.

D9. At all times ensure the safety and security of all Project staff in line

with CARE Indonesia’s policies and procedures.

E. Government Liaison/External Relations

E1. Establish and maintain positive working relationships with other

institutions involved in the project by ensuring appropriate representation of

CARE. This should include regular contact to ensure they are fully and

appropriately involved in the Project.

E2. Establish local procedures in order to liaise effectively with local

government institutions. This may include such things as: planning,

implementing, reporting, monitoring and evaluation or any other aspect that

requires local government understanding and support for effective project

management.

E3. Assist line management to meet all required narrative and financial

reporting requirements promptly.

E4. Comply with host government priorities and policies where these are

consistent with CARE Indonesia’s Mission and Vision as well as donor contractual

obligations and the need to ensure project quality.

E5. Facilitate and provide the opportunities for counterpart staff and agencies

to be aware of and learn from the implementation of all aspects of the Project.

E6. Develop, maintain and strengthen relations with other agencies working in

the same geographical area

E7. Undertake all areas of responsibility in a professional manner and in a way

that enhances the reputation of the Project and the reputation of CARE.

Reporting Lines/Line Management

 The PM will report to the Steering Committee composed of representatives from

Consortium Partners: CARE, Cordaid and Wetlands plus invitee representative from

the Bappeda.

 Support staff consisting of a project officer, finance officer, an

administrative /procurement assistant and a driver.

 The PMU will include a Project Coordinator for Linking and Learning, a Cordaid

staff member who will also be based in Kupang. The Project Coordinator, with

support from Cordaid in Yogyakarta, will facilitate focused exposure, learning,

documentation, dissemination and follow- up for all consortium members as well

as national and local implementing partners at the district and village levels.

SUPERVISES:

 1 Project Officer

 1 finance Officer

 1 Admin/Procurement assistant

 1 driver

 1 Cordaid Project Coordinator for Linking and Learning (functional supervision

only)

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Education: Degree holder in related fields

  2. Experience: At least 3 years experience in project management, in managerial

position (see competencies below)

  1. Specific technical skills: knowledge and experience in DRR/disaster

preparedness projects, advocacy work, and fluency in written and verbal English

and Indonesian languages (see also competencies below).

COMPETENCIES:

Selection Criteria

Core Competencies

• People Skills: Ability to work independently and as a team player who

demonstrates leadership and is able to motivate, support and develop staff. Able

to work with, respect and empower Partners and target communities in a sensitive

and participatory manner.

• Communication Skills: Well developed written and oral communication and

listening skills in both Bahasa Indonesia and English. Able to communicate

clearly and sensitively with internal and external stakeholders as a

representative of CARE including effective negotiation, facilitation and

representation skills.

• Integrity: Maintains ethical and organizational norms, firmly adhering to

codes of conduct and CARE ethical principles.

• Resilience/Adaptability and Flexibility: Ability to operate effectively under

stressful working and/or living conditions and security risks. Works and lives

with a flexible, adaptable and resilient manner.

• Diversity: Ability to create and maintain a work environment that respects and

promotes diversity, fully benefiting from each individual’s unique qualities,

gender, ethnicity, background, age, culture, disability or lifestyle.

• Personal Work Management: Sets high standards of performance for self and

others and assumes responsibility and accountability for successfully completing

assignments and tasks. Capacity for sound operational decision making and

proactive problem solving.

• Knowledge and skills: Requires experience working with Partners in project

management, financial management and administration and computer skills, good

understanding of humanitarian response and/or community development with DRR

focused or integrated initiatives, and experience in network building and

linkages.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

Jakarta 3%; Field Office (Kupang) and Travel to Project area 97%

  1. COMMUNITY FACILITATOR (CF)

JOB SUMMARY:

The Community Facilitator has overall responsibility for implementing the

various tasks of the DRR Project in NTT. This will include such tasks as

identifying and preparing rosters of conducting community planning meetings,

conducting local institutions surveys, , assessing community training needs,

defining community priorities, and in general, providing the interface between

program staff and community membership. S/he will need to ensure that the

programs are well planned and the goals are met.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS:

• Assist to conduct participatory preliminary assessment of potential for

disaster risk mitigation. And survey and keenly compile data or information from

the sources regarding to the community development sectors with assistance from

Community Leader.

• Coordination with Project Officer and coordinate activities with the

communities

• Support development of material for community awareness and capacity building

and develop curriculum training, and schedule of training to the community as

implementations of community development program.

• Assist on Implementing the technical support to field activities with Field

Facilitator.

• Assist, coordinate and support Program Team for the implementation of the

achieved project targets.

• Support development of material for community awareness and capacity building

• Support capacity building of staff and prepare reporting on needs for capacity

building of staff.

• Ensure that cross cutting issues are mainstreamed.

• Socialization and awareness raising of the needs of DMP and EWS.

• Develop a monthly report to the project officer on the progress made and

potential problems.

• Provide input and recommendation for improving the performance and support of

the project officer.

• Ensure the financial administration of the field project are meet the CARE

International standard system

• Conduct any other duties that may reasonably be assigned inline with the

position from Project officer.

• Documentation of lessons learned and practices

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. University degree in Social and agriculture or any relevant background.

  2. At least 2 (two) years of experience in the field of disaster program

  3. Good interpersonal skills, including patience, diplomacy,

  4. Willing to spend a considerable amount of time in the field

  5. Honest, responsible, self motivated and able to take initiative under minimum

supervision

  1. Knowing and understanding HCVA, PRA, or concept of DRR

  2. Experience with spatial planning, including village spatial planning and

community planning

  1. Good understanding of environmental and gender issues related to disaster

risk reduction

WORKING CONDITIONS:

Kupang 80%, travel 20%

TERMS OF OFFER:

CARE is an equal opportunity employer offering a competitive salary and benefits

package, and a collegial working environment. Applicants are invited to send a

cover letter illustrating their suitability for the above positions, and

detailed curriculum vitae, with names and addresses of three referees (including

telephone, fax numbers and email address). Please DO NOT attached academic

transcripts and Diplomas and state clearly the applied position code in the

email subject.

Please submit your applications before 4 February 2011 to CARE International

Indonesia,

Human Resources Unit:

Project Manager (PM):

[email protected] Facilitator (CF):

[email protected]"Only qualified applicants will be shortlisted"

www.careindonesia.or.id

Since 1963 and in 145 countries, ACDI/VOCA has empowered people in developing
and transitional nations to succeed in the global economy. Based in Washington,
D.C., ACDI/VOCA is a nonprofit international development organization that
delivers technical and management assistance in agribusiness, financial
services, enterprise development, community development and food security in
order to promote broad-based economic growth and vibrant civil society.
ACDI/VOCA currently has approximately 93 projects in 40 countries and revenues
of $124 million.

We are currently seeking technical specialists for on an upcoming five-year,
multi-million dollar USAID program in Indonesia. This is an agricultural
marketing and productivity program focusing on upgrading and modernizing
priority agricultural value chains for the purpose of generating economic growth
and reducing poverty.

Chief of Party: Responsibilities:Provide overall leadership management and
general technical direction for the entire program. Identify issues and risks
related to program implementation in a timely manner and suggest appropriate
program adjustments. Monitor and approve overall project allocations and
expenditures. Ensure project achieves monitoring and evaluation plan targets.

Maintain strong relationships with home office and donor personnel, partners and
collaborators and any other associated stakeholders. Qualifications: Minimum 10
years experience working on donor-agricultural development projects. Minimum of
Master’s degree in agricultural economics, or other relevant field is required;
Strong record of successes in leading agricultural programs of similar size and
complexity is required; Strong interpersonal skills with evidence of ability to
productively interact with a wide range and levels of organizations (government,
private sector, NGOs, and research institutions); Strong communications and
technical skills; USAID experience preferred; Fluency in English is required,
working level skills in Bahasa are preferred;

Monitoring and Evaluation Manager: Responsibilities:Guide the technical
direction of the M&E approach and strategy; Oversee and coordinate all work
related to M&E activities of ACDI/VOCA Indonesia’s program, including 1) routine
monitoring of program activities, 2) baseline analysis, mid-term, final
evaluation assessment and 3) special studies or reports as determined necessary
by program progress; Prepare and conduct trainings on M&E topics for staff and
beneficiaries, collaborating with other trainers to ensure M&E is utilized and
managed properly; Ensure compliance with ACDI/VOCA’s corporate M&E systems; Must
be able to coordinate all M&E activities with local and international partners.
Qualifications: Minimum of 7 years’ experience developing, implementing and
managing M&E systems in agricultural development program. Minimum of master’s
degree in agricultural development, sociology, statistics, international
relations or other relevant field preferred. Proven experience and skills in
quantitative and qualitative research methods, survey design and implementation,
statistical data analysis required. Experience with USAID-funded projects is
preferred. Fluency in Bahasa and English is required.

Value Chain Experts in Coffee, Cocoa, Vegetable and Fruits/Flower Sectors::
Responsibilities:Work with upstream and downstream producer organizations in
selected value chains such as coffee, cocoa, vegetables and fruits/flowers;
Develop and deliver training materials/modules on various aspects or functions
of a value chain: assessing market opportunities; evaluating investment needs to
upgrade production (and processing); developing a bankable business plan;
accessing finance; improving production practices; upgrading post-harvest
handling and storage; adding value through processing, shipping and packing; and
establishing strong working relationship with buyers. Qualifications: Minimum 8
years’ experience working on donor-funded rural development and agricultural
projects. Minimum of master’s degree in agriculture, agricultural economics,
economics, or closely related field is required. Experience working to increase
production and trade of agricultural products through the formation and
strengthening of farmer group enterprises, as well as value chain or
agribusiness associations; Experience strengthening agricultural value chains by
introducing new technology, participatory planning of production and marketing
activities, improved market information, and targeted business development
services; Experience with USAID-funded projects is strongly preferred. Fluency
in Bahasa and English is required.

Agricultural Marketing: Responsibilities: Provide overall technical direction
for project activities directed at increasing market and processing
opportunities and market efficiency. Train farmers and producer groups to better
understand and analyze their markets. Work with farmers and producer groups to
create new and/or diversified market linkages. Collaborate with the private
sector to facilitate the purchasing and transport of agricultural products that
meet target market quality standards. Qualifications: Minimum of 7 years’
experience in agribusiness marketing, specifically in working with smallholder
farmers and the private sector. Minimum of master’s degree in a subject related
to agricultural marketing (technical agriculture, marketing, agricultural
economics, business, etc.) or related field is required. Experience with
USAID-funded projects is strongly preferred. Fluency in Bahasa and English is
required.

Finance/Accounting Manager: Responsibilities: Assume responsibility for overall
management and provide leadership, oversight, and support to all relevant
financial and accounting aspects of program; quality control and timeliness of
relevant deliverables; preparation or supervision of relevant work plans,
financial, logistical and other documents; review of relevant financial and
logistical information on a periodic basis; Other tasks as needed.
Qualifications: Minimum 10 years’ experience in accounting on complex
development projects; Minimum of master’s degree in accounting, business, or
finance is required. Demonstrated knowledge and skills in accounting, financial
management and procurement systems is required. Demonstrated knowledge and
extensive experience with USAID regulations and management and control systems
is required. Fluency in English is required, working level skills in Bahasa is
preferred;

Agricultural Lending Specialist: Responsibilities: Assist in the generation of
loans. Mentor selected beneficiaries (farmers and SMEs) in all aspects of loan
processing and best practices; Analyze loan applications, verifying credit
worthiness and economic viability of the proposed wholesale and sub-loans loans,
(specialization SME Loans); Prepare loan documentation; Manage assigned loan
portfolios; Qualifications: Minimum 10 years experience in agricultural lending.
Minimum of master’s degree in agricultural economics, finance, economics or
another related field is required. Experience working effectively with and
engaging national-level stakeholders (i.e., ministerial level government
officials; donors; other NGOs).Knowledge of USAID policies and procedures is
preferred. Fluency in English is required, working level skills in Bahasa is
preferred;

Agricultural Policy Specialist: Responsibilities:Analyze and develop project
activities to address regulatory reform constraints; Work with relevant GOI
agencies, private sector, NGOs to improve the competitiveness of the agriculture
sector. Identify major policy constraints regarding policy as it applies to
competitiveness in target value chains; Develop an advocacy campaign for policy
reform with value chain stakeholders. Qualifications: Minimum 10 years’
experience, with at least 7 years in agricultural policy reform; Minimum of
master’s degree in agricultural economics or other relevant field is required;
Demonstrated ability to collaborate, willingness to innovate and ability to
think systematically; Previous experience in policy work in Indonesia or South
Asia is required; Fluency in English is required, working level skills in Bahasa
is preferred;

ACDI/VOCA is also collecting CVs for long term and short-term technical and
administrative experts.

Qualifications:
· Minimum 10 years of relevant and progressive work experience in
developing country(ies) focusing on issues such as:
· market linkages
· market information systems
· post-harvest handling
· association development/business development services (BDS)
· financial services, microfinance, access to credit
· agriculture/trade policy development and implementation
· grants management

To be considered for this recruitment, please submit a resume to
[email protected] include position title in the subject line. No phone
calls please. Only finalists contacted. Women and minorities encouraged to
apply. EOE.

Yayasan Bursa Pengetahuan Kawasan Timur Indonesia or Yayasan BaKTI is an
independent organization based in Makassar, founded on 24 August 2009.
As a foundation, BaKTI has transitioned from the multi-donor SOfEI/BaKTI
program administered by the World Bank which began in 2004. Yayasan
BaKTI’s goal is ‘improved development in eastern Indonesia’, and it aims
to support development actors to achieve this broad goal through a focus
on four specific objectives:

i. Increased collaboration and coordination in development efforts

ii. Increased knowledge exchange and adoption of good practices

iii. Increased opportunities to influence broader development agendas

iv. Local initiatives piloted, expanded and replicated in eastern Indonesia

To offer better support for the PEACH program, BaKTI will recruit a
Program Assistant to focus on program implementation and management,
building and maintaining relationships and partnerships with local
stakeholders.

The overall objectives of the position are to:

a. Build and maintain relationships and partnerships with local
stakeholders(local governments, local research institutions, CSO and media:

 * Identify and engage with local stakeholders to identify and 

discuss governance issues in which they need assistances from external
parties (donors and other stakeholders);

 * Identify and engage with local champions within local governments 

to facilitate the process of PEACH implementation; socialize PEACH to
key local stakeholders to ensure the ongoing support

 * Identify, build and maintain partnerships with implementing 

partners (e.g. local research institutions) for PEACH in North Sulawesi.

b. Program Implementation and Management: working with other members of
PEACH team and BaKTI team to ensure that PEACH Program in North Sulawesi
is delivered in a timely manner. This may include supporting partners
(for example, from the local governments and local researchers and
academic institutions) to carry out their work.

c. Other tasks as required to support the development of PEACH program
in North Sulawesi.

d. Support for BaKTI’s activities: support and facilitate BaKTI’s
activities in North Sulawesi, included tasks are, but not limited to:
contacting people related to the activity, arrange meetings with
partners and play a role as BaKTI’s point of contact in North Sulawesi

Send the application to : [email protected]

The deadline for application is 9 February 2011, at 5.00 PM WITA.

Dear groups,

We are a Non-Government Organization part of global network, which is one of the

largest conservation organizations.

Currently we are looking for the following position for Bandar Lampung office :

-Wildlife Monitoring & Conflict Mitigation Asst, code : WMCM

With requirement :

  • Minimum of 5 years are involved in activities biodiversity surveys and

wildlife conflict mitigation activities, especially elephants.

Responsibilities such as :

  1. To ensure the existence of wildlife and the conflict in priority areas

monitored TN-BBS

  1. To ensure that illegal activities are monitored

  2. To ensure a variety of reports relating to field activities generated and

informed of project management

Interested candidates are encouraged to send application letternot later than 2

(two) weeks after this advertisement

to:

[email protected] put the vacancy code as subject and only shortlisted will be proceed.

Job Title: Fasilitator Pengembangan Masyarakat

Departement: Pendidikan

Supervisor: CFCT Officer

Level: TBD

RINGKASAN:

CD Fasilitator berbasis di FH Indonesia, Sumatera Utara dan melapor kepada CFCT Officer dalam semua hal yang berkaitan dengan pekerjaannya. Ia bertanggung jawab untuk membuat kurikulum anak-anak, membantu dalam pengembangan rencana kurikulum dan pelajaran untuk daerah Sumatera Utara. Dia / Dia bertanggung jawab untuk membangun hubungan dengan masyarakat dan melakukan kunjungan rumah rutin.

Kualifikasi-Persyaratan:

(A) Non-Negotiable: Berkomitmen, mampu membaca, menulis dan berkomunikasi dalam bahasa Indonesia dengan baik dan bahasa lokal(sebutkan kemampuan bahasa yang dikuasai, daerah maupun internasional). Memiliki semangat mau belajar/diajar, bergairah tentang nilai-nilai inti FH, kemampuan untuk menggunakan komputer, menulis laporan, korespondensi, mampu merancang rencana pembelajaran, dan alat penilaian, kemampuan untuk bergaul dengan orang-orang dari semua lapisan masyarakat, diplomatik, pandangan fleksibel, kematangan emosi, dan kemampuan untuk bekerja dan berkontribusi dalam sebuah tim. Dua tahun atau lebih pengalaman bekerja dengan anak-anak di sekolah, pendidikan atau pelayanan seperti Sekolah Minggu, bersedia tinggal di daerah pedesaan/terpencil.

B) Negosiasi: Pengalaman bekerja sama dengan/di LSM.

TAMBAHAN TANGGUNG JAWAB: Melakukan tugas lain yang diberikan oleh Koordinator CFCT, jika perlu.

Kirimkan lamaran dan data diri, photo terakhir serta gaji yang diharapkan ke:

[email protected] atau Jl. DI Panjaitan No. 116 Medan paling lambat tanggal 10 Februari 2011

MICRO FINANCE CONSULTANCY

Palang Merah Indonesia and the Netherlands Red Cross are inviting candidate suppliers for the delivery of a consultancy with regard to Microfinance (Saving & Loan) for our Integrated Community Based Risk Reduction Programme in Jakarta to respond to this advertisement, if the following requirements are met:

  • experience in banking, financial services, microfinance, preferable in operation, and or credit;

  • experience in cooperative or in saving and credit schemes development;

  • preferably having knowledge of microfinance in urban setting;

  • preferably having knowledge in disaster risk reduction;

  • being an Indonesian national, fluent in English in speech and writing.

Interested candidates can request an invitation to offer and ToR by sending an email to

[email protected] (Kartika Juwita) before 11/02/2011.

Quotations must be received on 18/02/2011 before 16.00 hours WIB on the same email address.

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Position Title: Regional Administrator – Social Infrastructure (Code: RA – SI)

Organization: Cardno Emerging Markets (Australia) Pty Ltd

Duty Station: Jakarta - Indonesia

Anticipated start date: March 2011 for approximately a year with extension by mutual agreement.

Background

Cardno Emerging Markets (Australia) Pty Ltd is part of a global consulting organization which manages projects for major donors, delivering aid work in core disciplines such as education, health, HIV / AIDS, governance, resource and environment management and infrastructure. Our work expands across Europe, Latin & North America, Asia, The Pacific and Africa. With over 3,000 staff worldwide, our vision is to be a world leader in the provision of professional services to improve the physical and social environment.

The Regional Administrator will contributes to Cardno success by providing professional services support for marketing and project management activities within the Social Infrastructure team.

Details of this position and the required qualification can be viewed

on the Cardno website:

http://www.cardnoacil.com.au/osdetail.asp?id=1749Qualifications / Experience:

  • Proven ability to communicate, liaise and build strong relationships with internal clients;

  •     High attention to quality and detail whilst able to maintain a results driven process;
    
  •      Intermediate to advanced skills in the Microsoft office suite;
    
  •      Ability to prioritize, plan and organize workflow to tight timeframes;
    
  •      Optimistic, ‘can do’ attitude and the drive to use your initiative; and
    
  •      Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team.
    

To apply for this position please address the above selection criteria along with a current CV and salary history/expectations with the position code on your email subject (Code : RA – SI) no later than Feb 11, 2011 to email :

[email protected].

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

The World Bank is looking for 4 short term consultants (STC) to perform “Improving Downward Accountability in Local Governments” study

Objectives:

The study intends to identify working mechanisms to create downward accountability that enable the public to pressure the government to be responsive in providing basic services in health, education and infrastructure/utilities.

With the assumption that public interest would be high when the services directly affect them, the study would examine accountability mechanisms related to community road/water, maternal health care, and primary/junior secondary schools. Specifically, the study would look at:

(1) whether the types of services in that particular sector is clearly defined and communicated/disseminated to the public, especially on what people can get, the cost and the time needed to get the services;

(2) peole know and do report when they have problems and get responses;

(3) whether there is an incentive for providers to deliver good services. The study would also discuss why they are or are not so and the implication to downward accountability.

Qualifications:

Four consultants will be needed to carry out the study with the following qualifications:

• Master degree, preferably in social sciences.

• A minimum of 5 years of professional/research experience in public service delivery, particularly health, education and infrastructure. Experience in carrying out customer satisfaction surveys would be an advantage.

• Good report writing skills in English.

Timing:

The STC will work for a maximum of 80 days. The report should be completed by June 15, 2011.

Attached is the complete TOR of the study.

Please send CV to

[email protected] no later than February 6th, 2011. Please put “Accountability in LG study” as the subject.

WILLIAM J. CLINTON FOUNDATION

Position/Title: Human Resource Administrator

Supervisor:Director Operations

Location: Jakarta, Indonesia

Role

  • To provide human resource services and support to ensure the

smooth running and compliance to CHAI and CCI Human Resource policies in various

locations all over Indonesia.

Responsibilities

  • Provide administrative support to Human Resource

  • Serve as a point person for employee relation and Foundation policies.

  • Maintain and regularly update employee contract history database

  • Participate in preparation of various HR SOPs including implementation.

  • Record and maintain all human resource files and documents

  • Maintain Human resource Forms and Manuals

  • Maintain Human resource calendar

  • Work as a coordinator between staff and the group health insurance

service provider for adding/terminating members and other administrative

reasons.

  • Liaise with the visa agent to process expatriate legal permits and

maintain internal records.

  • Administer recruitment and selection process of Clinton foundation from

posting positions in various media to screening and short listing

candidates to complete coordination for various levels of interviews to

hiring, checking references and on boarding.

  • Coordinate with Manpower department on compliances and reporting

  • Arrange Jamsostek (social security, death and accident benefits),report

and comply with the regulation.

  • Perform any other duties as assigned by Director-Operations

Education/Qualifications

  • Bachelor Degree (S1) with minimum 3 years of experience in Human

Resource Department or similar field preferably working in International

NGO.

Other skills and knowledge

· Ability to work fluently on MS-Word and MS- Excel.

· Flexible enough to take on new tasks as they arise.

· Ability to function independently with competence to assess priorities

· Extensive knowledge of Indonesian Manpower Law is mandatory

· Excellent communication and presentation skills in English and Bahasa

Indonesia

How to Apply

To apply, please send a comprehensive resume with 2-3 references to

[email protected] by Wednesday, 9 February 2011.

Mercy Corps Indonesia

Open Vacancy

Dear All,

Please find below “Open

Position” in Mercy Corps Indonesia.

We are trying to find the

best possible candidates to make the Mercy Corps team stronger.

JAKARTA

  1. Human Resource

Assistant - Operation

This position is to serve under the direction of the

Operation Manager to process and properly document all daily human resources

activities in an efficient and timely manner.

Qualifications:

Excellent in both verbal and

written English required. Highly developed computer

skills, including strong familiarity with MS office (Power Point, Excel,

and Word) and Outlook.Excellent Administration and

representation skills;Multi-tasking, coordination,

organization, prioritization skills essential; Able to work independently and

cooperatively with other team members in Jakarta, field offices and Head Quarters;

Prior experience of minimal 1

year in an international NGO/PVO or an international firm is advantageous.

This position will be as

temporary staff for 6 months.

  1. Driver - Operation

The driver will provide safe, transport services for MC

program and support staff in the Jabodetabek region. The driver will adhere to

all traffic and MC safety rules and follow the transport guidelines required by

the MC transport department.

Qualifications:

Minimum

one years experience with valid driver’s license and experience driving

4x4 vehicles (preferred);Must

respect and adhere to all safety and traffic rules;Basic

understanding of English and fluency in all local languages is required;Routes,

duty stations, project areas, the NGO and diplomatic community are

required.

This position will be as

temporary staff for 7 months.

  1. Water Sanitation Coordinator – RW Siaga Plus +

The Water and Sanitation Coordinator will work under

supervision of Program Manager and is responsible for both the soft and

hardware components of the water and sanitation infrastructure activities of RW

Siaga PLUS program in targeted implementation areas. Under technical guidance

of Urban Infrastructure Advisor, the Water and Sanitation Coordinator will

assist in supervision of the Consultant and Contractor in implementing

infrastructure improvement, provide input on monitoring and evaluation of the

project. Together with the Urban Infrastructure Advisor, the Water and

Sanitation Coordinator is responsible for the quality of infrastructure

project. Together with the Capacity Building Officer/Supervisor, the Water and

Sanitation Coordinator will be responsible for building capacity of Water and

Sanitation Working Group and community to conduct participatory need

assessment, design, planning, implementation and monitoring and evaluation the sustainable, low cost, simple technology,

and easily maintained water and sanitation infrastructures and replicable by

Government and Community. The Water and

Sanitation Coordinator will provide assistance for technical capacity building

to the Water and Sanitation Working Group and community and periodically report

on the activities.

Qualifications:

·

BA/S

or higher in Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering or other relevant background and/or relevant

experience in water and sanitation that related to slum upgrading program

·

3-4+

years in community based water and sanitation project preferably in

urban context

·

Fluency

in both verbal and written English highly preferred.

·

Multi-tasking,

coordination, organization, prioritization skills essential.

·

Highly-developed

computers skills, with strong familiarity with MS Office, Power point, Outlook,

Excel, Word, and infrastructure design software

·

Ability

to work independently and cooperatively with team members required.

·

Prior

experience in an international NGO/PVO or an international firm is

advantageous.

·

Candidate

must be willing to travel and work in difficult conditions.

·

Candidate must be willing to work

during evenings and weekends for community mobilization activities.

  1. Field Inspector – RW Siaga Plus +

The Field Inspector will work under

supervision of Watsan Officer d is responsible for both the soft and hardware

components of the water and sanitation infrastructure activities of RW Siaga PLUS

program in targeted implementation areas. Under technical guidance of Urban

Infrastructure Coordinator, the Water and Sanitation Field Inspector will

assist in supervision of the Consultant and Contractor in implementing

infrastructure improvement; provide input on monitoring and evaluation of the

project. Together with the Urban Infrastructure Coordinator, the Field

Inspector will responsible with the quality of infrastructures projects.

Together with the Capacity Building Officer, the Field Inspector will be

responsible for building capacity of Water and Sanitation Working Group and

community to conduct participatory need assessment, design, planning,

implementation and monitoring and evaluation

the sustainable, low cost, simple technology, and easily maintained

water and sanitation infrastructures and replicable by Government and

Community. The Water and Sanitation

Field Inspector will provide assistance for technical capacity building to the

Water and Sanitation Working Group and community and periodically report on the

activities.

Qualifications:

·

Technical

High School or Diploma of , Civil Engineering or other relevant background and/or relevant

experience in water and sanitation that related to slum upgrading program 3-4+

years in community based water and sanitation project preferably in

urban context

·

Fluency

in both verbal and written English is an advantage.

·

Multi-tasking,

coordination, organization, prioritization skills essential.

·

Highly-developed

computers skills, with strong familiarity with MS Office, Power point, Outlook,

Excel, Word, and infrastructure design software

·

Ability

to work independently and cooperatively with team members required.

·

Prior

experience in an international NGO/PVO or an international firm is

advantageous.

·

Candidate

must be willing to travel and work in difficult conditions.

·

Candidate must be willing to work

during evenings and weekends for community mobilization

activities.

This position will be as

temporary staff for 6 months.

  1. Drafter – RW Siaga Plus +

The Drafter will work under

supervision of Water and Sanitation Officer and Coordinator and is responsible

for both the soft and hardware components of the water and sanitation

infrastructure activities of RW Siaga PLUS program in targeted implementation areas.

Under technical guidance of Urban Infrastructure Advisor, the Drafter will

assist in drawing for new project and also As Built Drawing while the project

is already finish.

Qualifications:

·

Technical

High School or Diploma of , Civil Engineering or other relevant background and/or relevant

experience in water and sanitation that related to slum upgrading program 3-4+

years in community based water and sanitation project preferably in

urban context

·

Fluency

in both verbal and written English is an advantage.

·

Multi-tasking,

coordination, organization, prioritization skills essential.

·

Highly-developed

computers skills, with strong familiarity with MS Office, Power point, Outlook,

Excel, Word, and infrastructure design software

·

Ability

to work independently and cooperatively with team members required.

·

Prior

experience in an international NGO/PVO or an international firm is

advantageous.

·

Candidate

must be willing to travel and work in difficult conditions.

·

Candidate must be willing to work

during evenings and weekends for community mobilization activities.

This position will be as

temporary staff for 6 months.

  1. Technical Documentation Officer – RW Siaga Plus +

Technical Documentation Officer should responsible for

developing and designing technical program documentation such as taking case

studies, success stories, training manuals and brochures. She/he will support the project in writing

training manuals, lesson learnt documents, case studies and success stories

related to the project implementation.

Qualifications:

·

Bachelor

degree in Mass Communication or other major

·

3-5 years’ experience in

international relief and development, working specifically on water and

sanitation sector program

·

3-5 years’ experience in media/documentation program, track

record and examples of publications and other learning documents produced

·

Polished

presentation, representation, listening skills plus excellent oral and written

English essential.

·

Demonstrated

attention to detail, ability to follow procedures, meet deadlines and work

independently and cooperatively with team members is required.

·

Multi-tasking,

coordination, organization, prioritization skills essential.

·

Excellent

computer skills essential (Fluency in MS Office, Power point, Visio, Access)

·

Ability

to work independently and cooperatively with team members required.

·

Good communication and writing skills in English

This

position will be as temporary staff for 6 months.

  1. Capacity

Building Officer – RW Siaga

Plus +

The Capacity Building Officer will work under the supervision

of the Program Manager, and is responsible for the successful implementation of

all project activities in the assigned targeted area. The Capacity Building Officer

will coordinate and oversee the activities of the project, and will directly

participate in conducting participatory field research, community based

mobilization and outreach providing

training, mentoring and coaching to government and community to implement water

and sanitation infrastructure projects and hygiene and nutrition behaviors promotion ,

project development and implementation, and monitoring and evaluation in the

Project communities.

Qualifications:

·

3-4+

years of field-based urban community development experience, with a focus on capacity

building, community mobilization, water supply and sanitation and/or community

health and nutrition, urban livelihoods; including problem solving; program

monitoring and evaluation, and communication and report writing.

·

Experience

working as part of a multi-disciplinary team.

·

BA/S

or higher in social science, public health, environmental sciences, community

development, similar field.

·

Fluency in English verbal and

written communication is highly preferred.

·

Ability to multi-task, follow

procedures, meet deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team

members essential.

·

Strong familiarity with Microsoft

Word and Excel are mandatory.

·

Candidate

must be willing to travel and work in difficult conditions.

·

Candidate must be willing to work

during evenings and weekends for community mobilization activities.

WEST SUMATERA

  1. Office Maintenance - Operation

The office

maintenance is responsible for cleaning and tidying the office and guest house

building.

Please send your CV with

position applied on the email subject to:

[email protected]

Vacancy will be closed 13 February 2011.

We look forward to hearing

from those who are interested in taking this opportunity to grow and develop

with us.

Thanks,

Human Resources Department

Mercy Corps Indonesia

The Partnership for Governance

Reform in Indonesia is a multi-stakeholder association dedicated to support

Indonesian initiatives aiming at supporting governance reform agenda. The

Partnership works closely with national and international community to initiate,

advocate, and promote sustainable governance reform in Indonesia .

The Partnership brings together the

Indonesian Government, Legislature, Judiciary, Civil Society, and the Corporate

Sector with the support of the International Community in initiating a

long-term process to improve governance in Indonesia in a durable way which

expresses Indonesian ownership.

Currently we have immediate vacancy

for high caliber Indonesians with high integrity to fill the following

positions:

  1. Project

Management Officer GRASP and BALANCE Project (PMO)

  1. Project

Management Assistant GRASP and BALANCE Project (PMA)

Please visit our website :

http://www.kemitraan.or.id/main/apply_career_detail/21/44 for more details of

the position.

Application deadline : February 18,

2011

Partnership is an equal opportunity

employer offering a competitive salary and benefits package and a collegial

working environment. Applicants are invited to send a cover letter illustrating

their suitability for the above positions and detailed curriculum vitae, with

names and addresses of three referees (including telephone numbers and email

address).

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Post Title: Manager: Information and Communication

Organization: United Cities and Local Governments Asia Pacific (UCLG ASPAC)

Duty Station: UCLG ASPAC Regional Office, Jakarta, Indonesia

Type of Contract: Service Contract– 1 year, with possibility of extension

Background

United Cities and Local Governments Asia Pacific (UCLG ASPAC) is one of the

eight Regional Sections of the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) and

based in Jakarta, Indonesia. UCLG is the largest local government organization

in the world and the officially recognized voice of Local Government by the

United Nations. The Asia and Pacific region is the biggest of the eight

sections in UCLG with linkages to more than 7.000 local governments. It

represents well over 3.76 billion people –more than half of the world

population- and incorporates economically fast developing countries such as

China, India and Indonesia.

UCLG ASPAC is the key knowledge management hub on local government issues in the

Asia-Pacific region. It promotes democratic local government, supports

cooperation between cities and their associations, and facilitates programs,

networks and partnerships to develop the capacity of local governments and the

associations. Moreover, UCLG ASPAC represents local governments politically

within the international community, and with the United Nations and its

agencies. It also promotes inclusive societies which safeguard equality, social

and economic justice, and sustainable community development. UCLG ASPAC is

engaged in all relevant thematic fields for nurturing sustainable development

comprising poverty alleviation, climate change, decentralization, local finance

and MDGs.

UCLG ASPAC is accepting expression of interests from qualified Manager:

Information and Communication candidates. The Manager will be placed at the

UCLG ASPAC regional office in Jakarta and provides support to the on-going

operations ensuring high quality, accuracy and consistency of work. The Manager

reports directly to the Secretary General of UCLG ASPAC.

Responsibilities

The Manager will be responsible for the following:

  • Establish and maintain communication with partners and relevant

stake-holders comprising international organizations, academic institutions,

LGAs, LGs, CSOs, and media

  • Development and implementation of communication strategy

  • Development and maintenance of database and information of UCLG ASPAC’s

members, strategic partners and donor agencies

  • Maintain and further develop UCLG ASPAC website

  • Regularly disseminate relevant information to members and strategic

partners

  • Conduct members satisfaction survey at regular intervals

  • Ensure visibility of programs, projects and activities in all uploaded

documents

  • Write introductory parts to publications

  • Produce regular PR materials (newsletter, brochure, fact sheet, calendar

of events etc.)

  • Responsible for special publications e.g. compilation of regional

seminars, trainings, other regional events

  • Conduct research on Asian & Pacific region’s local governments; publish

statistics, fact sheets, monographs, CD-ROMs, bibliographies and

directories;

  • Prepare press releases for public relations activity

  • Assist in organizing regional congresses, seminars or similar events

  • Prepare reports to UCLG ASPAC ExBeau, Council and General Assembly

Meetings as well as to UCLG World (headquarters) as required

  • Prepare annual UCLG ASPAC reports

  • Assist with minute taking in meetings (preferably in English)

  • Perform other duties as required from time-to-time

Special requirements of the assignment

  • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in communications, public relations or

related field

  • At least three years of professional experience in public relations and/or

journalistic work

  • Proficiency in designing and developing PR/media tools

  • Strong communication skills (Indonesia and English)

  • Excellent journalistic writing skills

  • Computer software skills in all basic Microsoft word programs and publication

software

  • Ability to develop liaison with senior representatives from members, partner

organizations and stakeholders and work co-operatively

  • Ability to work under pressure and to deadlines required

  • Experience in working in an international environment, respecting different

cultures and nationalities

  • Considerable domestic and international travel may be required

Assignment period

The assignment will be for a period of 12 months and will commence in April

Candidates are expected to submit an updated CV along with the application at

[email protected] until 09th of March 2011 at the latest.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Preference will be given to the

equally qualified women candidates.


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WWF-Indonesia urgently seeks a highly qualified candidate for the position
of :

# Wildlife Monitoring and Conflict Mitigation Assistant. This Position
will be based in Lampung and report to Wildlife Monitoring and Conflict
Mitigation Officer.

The requirement is attached which explains the duties & major
accountabilities of the position.

Interested candidates should send a covering letter with their CV to :

Human Resources Department at

Kantor Taman A9 Unit A-1

Jl. Mega Kuningan Lot 8.9/A9

Jakarta 12950

or to the email address [email protected]

Closing date for this application is on Monday, February 14’ 2011.