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Vacancy at AMINEF - Receptionist

Written By capunx on Saturday, March 31, 2012 | 12:08 PM

American Indonesian Exchange Foundation (AMINEF) is looking for a Receptionist. The incumbents provide secretarial, clerical and administrative support to ensure that AMINEF’s services are provided in an effective and efficient manner.

Following are the qualifications required for the position :
  • Minimum Diploma-3 graduate
  • Effective verbal and listening communication skills, both in Indonesian and English
  • Computer literate
  • At least 1 year work experience
  • Time management skills
  • Team work character

Interested candidate should send their CV clearly stating the position applied for in the subject line as well as the following:

A covering letter outlining reasons for applying and suitability of the candidate Dates of availability

Please do not send your application and CV to this email address. Those documents should be sent to Ms. Muddy Mulyantina at  muddy@aminef.or.id. Closing date for application: April 5, 2012. (only shortlisted candidates will be contacted).

Fulbright Program Assistant American Indonesian Exchange Foundation (AMINEF)
CIMB Niaga Plaza, 3rd Floor
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 25 Jakarta 12920
Fulbright Office: (021) 52961966/52961977
EducationUSA Advising Service – ITP TOEFL
Testing Service: (021) 52962138/52962139
http://www.aminef.or.id

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Vacancy at Oxfam - Programme Officer, Jayapura Papua

Oxfam Papua Enterprise Development Programme

Oxfam works in Papua to address poverty and suffering through supporting development, humanitarian and advocacy interventions. We currently work to improve the livelihoods of the poor, build participation in
governance and save lives by delivering humanitarian assistance. All of our work promotes gender equality.

Oxfam is seeking experienced and highly motivated individual to fill national position based in Papua to work on the Oxfam Papua Enterprise Development Programme.

Programme Officer

One (1) position to be based in Serui - Papua

The job will involve working with and building the capacity of implementing partners to design, implement and manage up to two business enterprises. This Program Officer position will be a field based position and located in the area of enterprise development. The officer will work from a partner office.

Qualifications:
  • Experience in community development and or ethical or social business activities;
  • Good Knowledge on rural economic development;
  • Experience in working in participatory ways essential;
  • Experience with set up a business entity;
  • Disciplined and systematic in planning and attention to detail;
  • Good coaching and team building skills;
  • Flexible and resourceful;
  • Good communication and influencing skills;
  • Strong analytical and planning skills;
  • Experience of working at community level in relevant areas such as women's empowerment, advocacy, community development business development such as eco-tourism.

Interested applicants please send a cover letter and curriculum vitae not later than 13 April 2012 to:

Email: jayapura@oxfam.org.uk

Please indicate on the subject heading: Programme Officer PEDP - Serui

Or via airmail to:
Oxfam GB – Papua Office
Jl. Halmahera No. 11 Dok V Atas, Jayapura Papua


Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.


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Vacancy at ASEAN Centre for Energy - Technical Officer

The Jakarta-based ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) announces two (2) vacancies for the position of Technical Officer (TO).

The TOs shall provide assistance in the overall facilitation, coordination and implementation of the energy cooperation activities of ACE.

Qualifications and Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering (mechanical or electrical)   
  • It would be advantage if holds Master’s degree and 2 or more years of experience in energy and/or in
  • industry
  • Basic understanding of energy planning and cooperation.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in policy, research and technical skills in the relevant area.
  • Proven skills in problem solving in a complex organisational environment and in work
  • planning.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop, implement, monitor and review policy and procedures.
  • Demonstrated ability to plan and organise tasks and work flows,  with proven ability for
  • accuracy under pressure and adherence to deadlines.
  • Good oral and written communication skills in English
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including experience in cross cultural environment and
  • international settings.
  • Demonstrated commitment to collaborative work practices.
  • Competency in computer skills with adequate knowledge of Microsoft Office and Outlook
  • relevant to the position.
  • Ability to multi-task, work long and irregular hours, and perform tasks outside the usual job scope
  • Ability to function effectively, independently and as part of a team; and a willingness to travel frequently even on short notice.

Remuneration and Benefits:
ACE will offer the successful candidate the position with a monthly salary of USD 500. The other benefits include medical, transportation allowance of Rp.50,000/day, and 13th month pay. After passing the three (3) month probationary period, the candidate will be confirmed a two-year contract. The contract is further renewable yearly and salary maybe negotiated upon demonstration of good performance.

How to Apply?
Interested persons should send their Application, detailed CV, recent passport-sized photograph and certified true copies of educational degrees to:

Manager of Administration and Finance
ASEAN Centre for Energy Directorate General for Electricity Complex ACE Building
6th Fl. Jalan H.R. Rasuna Said Blok X-2, Kav.07-08
Kuningan Jakarta 12950, Indonesia
E-mail at  secretariat@aseanenergy.org or aseanenergy@gmail.com

Application should be received by ACE on or before 15 April 2012.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for further assessment.

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Vacancy at Plan Indonesia - Child Protection Officer, Rembang-Central Java

Plan is an international humanitarian, child-centered community development organization without religious, political or governmental affiliation.  Plan’s vision is a world in which all children realize their full potential in societies that respect people’s rights and dignity. 

Plan Indonesia is looking for a dynamic Indonesian national to fill the position of:

Child Protection Officer
(  Rembang, Central Java )

Responsible for Program/Project Planning and design, Project implementation, Program Monitoring & Evaluation, and learning especially in Child Protection area.

Requirements:
  • Bachelor degree related field
  • Three ( 3 ) years experience as Technical Officer or Field Facilitator in INGO
  • Three ( 3 ) years experiences in planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluation child right & protection program
  • Experienced in representational roles and promoting and developing learning in area of expertise
  • Having Child participation & facilitation skill
  • Ability using Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA)
  • Having significant roles in lobby and advocacy
  • Having adaptability and culture sensitivity
  • Having networking and collaboration
  • Good English skill both in oral and written communication
  • Good computer skill

All applications will be treated in confidence. Only short-listed candidates will be notified and invited for interviews. Please submit your letter of application and detailed curriculum vitae in English by email immediately not later than April 9, 2012 to: HRD.Indonesia@plan-international.org

Please fill the 'subject' column of the e-mails in this format: (The Position)–(Your Name). File attachment not later than 1MB.

Plan is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified women are encouraged to apply. As an international child-centered development organization, Plan does not tolerate child abuse. If you would like to know more about Plan International please visit our website at www.plan-international.orgor www.facebook.com/plan.indonesia

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Vacancy at ILO - International Consultant Road Master Planning, Sigli-Aceh

Vacancy No: JAKARTA/ 2012/010 Date:  22 March 2012
Position title: International Consultant Road Master Planning
Deadline for application: 02 April 2012
Project title: Creating Jobs: Capacity Building for Local Resource-based Road Works in Selected Districts in NAD and Nias Organization unit: ILO Jakarta
Grade: N/a Duty Station:  Sigli (Pidie District)
Contract type: Consultant    
Duration: 13 weeks Expected starting date: 15 April 2012
For any questions related to this post, please contact: – Mr. Bas Athmer, Chief Technical Adviser, Road Project, NAD, CO ILO Jakarta - athmer@ilo.org


A. General Project Information
The UNDP/ILO Project “Creating Jobs: Capacity Building for Local Resource-based Road Works in Selected Districts in NAD and Nias” has been implemented since March 2006. The Project’s central aim is to support the Aceh Government in improving the livelihoods of the Acehnese people by enhancing the capacity of local governments to generate maximum employment opportunities through investments in rural infrastructure, particularly the road sector. Five years of post-tsunami reconstruction in Aceh has achieved improvements in rural road networks. But local governments are facing significant difficulties to put in place an effective maintenance system for these roads.  Specifically, they do not have practical tools and systems that will support budget planning to obtain necessary approval for the resources that are needed.

To ensure the sustainability of the Project’s interventions and the created/improved physical assets, a comprehensive Exit Strategy for the Project has been prepared for the Aceh cluster of the Project (Pidie and Bireuen District) from 1 September 2011 until 31 August 2012 .  This exit strategy – i.e. phase III of the Project – seeks to ensure that the LRB approaches that have been successfully demonstrated by the Project over the last five years will be sustained and that the lessons learned will be mainstreamed. Phase III aims at ensuring the sustainability of the investments made during phase I and II of the Project, in terms of their management and maintenance by the Government. An important element of phase III is the development of road master plans for Pidie and Bireuen District for the improvement and maintenance of the district and village road network at district level for which the Governments of Pidie and Bireuen district are
responsible. The intention is that these master plans – once developed and adopted by the local government – can serve as a model for wider replication in other districts in Aceh, and beyond. As it is important that master plans are being updated regularly, it is also very important that an affordable and practical system and procedure is being developed that will enable the district governments to regularly update the master plans (i.e. data availability and staffing resources issues need to be considered). 

B. Duties and Responsibilities
The Consultant Road Master Planning (CRMP) will work under the overall supervision and guidance of the Project’s Chief Technical Advisor ( CTA ) to whom he/she will report. The CRMP will be responsible for the formulation of multi-year road master investment plans for classified district and village roads for Pidie and Bireuen district. He/she will work in close coordination and collaboration with the Project staff and consultants, and with the concerned Government stakeholders – in particular with those at district level. The CRMP will be based in Sigli (Pidie district) but it is envisaged that he/she will have to divide his/her time equally between the two districts (Pidie and Bireuen). Occasional visits to Banda Aceh and Jakarta are also envisaged under the assignment.

During the first period of 6 weeks of the field-based consultancy input, the main emphasis will be on reviewing the current progress, on finalizing specific requirements, and on initiating, supervising, coordinating and supporting various activities that are required to collect, process and analyze data that will be required to inform the planning of investments in the district and village road network in Pidie and Bireuen district.

After the completion of the initial period of 6 weeks of input, the CRMP will provide a total of 5 working days of back-stopping and monitoring support (home-based) with regards to the finalization of activities that were initiated during the initial 6 weeks of input.

The second block of 6 weeks of the field-based consultancy input will focus mainly on the preparation of the actual road master plans, including consultations with concerned stakeholders from legislative and executive bodies, and the presentation of the road master plans at various relevant forums and seminars at district, provincial and national level.

Specific tasks and responsibilities of the CRMP include, but are not limited to:

1.      During the first 6 weeks of the field-based work:
  • Review the current progress regarding preparatory activities for the development of the master plans, including an assessment of the already available information and the work being done on database and GIS development;
  • Consult with provincial and national level stakeholders – in particular wsith Bappenas, Public Works an the OTSUS team, and possibly also with the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs – regarding standards, procedures, requirements and formats related to district-level road master planning;
  • Review in close consultation with the national, provincial and district level stakeholders other planned, on-going and/or completed initiatives and/or models related to district-level road master planning;
  • Conduct workshops with the district-level stakeholders, including the recently established Advisory Group, to discuss and agree on a specific time-bound work plan of activities for the development of the road master plans;
  • In close consultation with the district stakeholders, identify the information and data requirements that are needed to enable the preparation of the road master plan. This should – inter alia –include (spatial) information on; i) the road network and its condition; ii) spatial economic production potentials (against actual production); iii) accessibility indicators (like access to economic and social facilities and services and typical origin-destination routes); iv) demographic information (distribution of population, poverty indicators, information about under- and unemployment):
  • In close coordination with the district stakeholders, discuss and finalize the strategy, standards and prioritization criteria that will be used for prioritizing and allocating resources for the development, improvement and maintenance of the district and village roads, and for typical costing for investments in construction, rehabilitation and maintenance activities;
  • Identify sources of information/data that can be used in the preparation of the master plan and coordinate the collection, processing and analysis of these data/information;
  • Coordinate, supervise and provide leading inputs in the implementation of the agreed work plan, including data collection, processing and analysis, and the development of prioritization criteria, standards, etc.
  • Finalize the table of contents for the road master plan and start with preparation of the master plan, using the available information/data.
  • Any other tasks, as directed by the Project’s CTA , that are relevant to the assignment.

2.      Between the first and the second period of field-based work
  • Provide through email and by phone technical guidance, inputs and backstopping support to the field-based project staff/consultants regarding the implementation of the activities related to the preparation of the master plan (for this activity a total of 5 working days is allocated; this activity will be carried out as a home-based assignment).  

3.      During the second 6 weeks of the field-based work
  • Review the progress regarding the activities related to the preparation of the master plan;
  • Consolidate all the information/data that have been collected;
  • Identify information/data gaps and coordinate/supervise the collection, processing and analysis of additional data;
  • Prepare a complete first draft of the road master plan for Pidie and Bireuen district;
  • Discuss the completed first draft of the road master plan with the concerned stakeholders of Pidie and Bireuen district in meetings and during a workhop;
  • Based on the feedback received from the stakeholders, edit/modify the road master plan for Pidie and Bireuen district;
  • Present the final draft of the road master plan to the local parliaments of Pidie and Bireuen district for its approval;
  • Present the final draft master plan for Pidie and Bireuen district in seminars to provincial and national level stakeholders;
  • Prepare a report outlining the resources, institutional set-up and skills that will be required to enable the regular updating of the road master plans.
  • Any other tasks, as directed by the Project’s CTA , that are relevant to the assignment.  

C. Outputs    
Upon the completion of the assignment, the CRMP should have at least provided the following outputs to the satisfaction of the Project’s CTA :
  1. Completed road master plans for Pidie and Bireuen district that have been discussed and agreed upon with the district-level stakeholders;
  2. A report, outlining the resources, institutional set-up and skills that will be required to enable the regular updating of the road master plans;
  3. A completion report of the assignment in a format that will be provide by the Project;
  4. Various presentations given during workshops/seminars at district, provincial and national level.
  5. All the data/information that have been collected, processed and/or analyzed by the consultant in electronic format.            

D.  Required Qualifications and Experience
Education: Advanced university degree in Planning, Rural Development or another relevant discipline.
Work Experience:  At least 10 years of relevant working experience, of which at least 3 years in the preparation of infrastructure/road investment master plans. Prior relevant working experience in Indonesia is considered an important advantage.   
Competencies:
  • Demonstrated and recognized ability in the preparation of infrastructure master plans;
  • Ability to work as a team player and to operate individually;
  • Ability to maintain a good balance between initiating activities and consulting with stakeholders;
  • Capability to perform efficiently and effectively in a highly demanding working environment with very tight deadlines;
  • Endurance and commitment to pursue and complete complex assignments;
  • Conceptually and analytically very strong;
  • Excellent communication and reporting skills, in speaking and in writing.
  • Good computing skills, including the use of MS applications;
  • Languages: Excellent command of English, both orally and in writing. Knowledge of Bahasa Indonesia is considered an important an advantage.




Qualified women and men are encouraged to apply. Only qualified candidates will be notified. Please submit application indicating the Vacancy Announcement Number along with CV, 3 references and other supporting documents to:

INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE
Email : hrdjkt@ilo.org

Closing date: 02 April 2012

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Vacancy at Hivos - Admin & Finance Assistant, Makassar-South Sulawesi

Admin & Finance Assistant (AFA) for Indonesia Domestic Biogas Programme (IDBP)

Title : Admin & Finance Assistant (AFA)
Duty Station : Makassar, South Sulawesi
Responsible to : Provincial Coordinator

Background
Since 15 May 2009, Hivos is running the Indonesia Domestic Biogas Programme, funded by the Dutch government. This programme is undertaken in close cooperation with SNV Netherlands Development organization.

The overall objective of the Indonesia Domestic Biogas Programme is to disseminate domestic bio-digesters as a local and sustainable energy source through the development of a commercial, market oriented sector in selected provinces.

The specific objectives of the Programme contributing to its overall objective are:
  • To support implementation of provincial bio-digester programmes and increase the number of quality domestic bio-digesters with 8,000 in maximum eight provinces, of which 2,000 installations will be outside Java;
  • To ensure the continued operation of all bio-digesters installed under the programme;
  • To maximize the benefits of the operated bio-digesters, in particular the optimal use of digester slurry;
  • To develop the capacity of existing organizations and institutions and to facilitate establishment of organizations and institutions for the continued and sustained development of the bio-digester sector;
  • To develop financial services to enable poor farmer households to participate in the biogas programmes;
  • To effectively exchange knowledge between all relevant actors in the programme and with relevant international actors.

Scope of work
The Admin & Finance Assistant is responsible for supporting the IDBP in the day to day office running, including :

ADMINISTRATION :
  1. Answer phone calls and receiving visitors.
  2. Record incoming and outgoing correspondence.
  3. Record incoming and outgoing warehouse stock.
  4. Draft letters/documents as required.
  5. Do photocopying, scanning, faxing and sending of documents.
  6. Organize logistic matters of meetings and events (such as food order, sending invitations and follow up confirmation, registration desk, etc.).
  7. Handling in procurement and logistical tasks (find quotations and prepare purchase and/or bidding documents).
  8. Scan and entry data for construction documents as well as filling all documents related with construction partners, such as: pre-construction forms, biogas completion reports, etc.
  9. Performs other duties as may be assigned by Provincial Coordinator, Office Manager or Finance Officer at NBPSO.
  10. Update contact lists and manage the name cards holder.
  11. Filling system for incoming/outgoing documents (hard/soft copy).
  12. Manage monthly timesheets.
  13. Manage car/vehicle usage.
  14. Responsible for small office maintenance tasks.
  15. Organize delivery of documents and programme equipment
  16. Organize travel and accommodation of staff and guests.
  17. Prepare contracts for vendors/suppliers

FINANCE :
  1. Handle petty cash
  2. Record all transactions
  3. Prepare liquidation reports of fund usage
  4. Prepare cash advances for operational cost.
  5. Prepare budget breakdowns for office operational needs.

Time frame
The contract will be undertaken from 16 April until 31 December 2012 (with possibility of contract extension).

Information
Applicants should send a CV and a cover letter to: hrd@hivos.or.id with reference code 'vac IDBP AFA'.
Applications are requested to send the application not later than 5th April 2012; thereafter the position will remain open until filled. This post only opens for Indonesian nationality only. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Requirements:
  • Indonesian national
  • S1 degree in a relevant discipline
  • At least 3 years experience working in the admin / finance field
  • Computer literate
  • NGO work experience will be an additional point

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Vacancy at Acted - Program Manager, Gunung Sitoli-Nias

Position : Program Manager
Contract duration : 6 months (renewable)
Starting date : 4th June 2012
Location : Gunung Sitoli, Nias


Background on ACTED:

The Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development (ACTED) is an NGO registered in France with global operations in over 30 countries in Central Asia, Europe, Latin America and Africa. Our mission and vision; providing adapted responses and guaranteeing the link between emergency, rehabilitation, and development.

ACTED has been active in Indonesia since April 2005, assisting those affected by the tsunami and Nias earthquake. Until 2008, ACTED focused mainly on reconstruction and recovery, while interventions since 2008 have shifted towards development initiatives to support livelihoods, community-based disaster risk reduction, and child protection activities.

ACTED is currently recruiting qualified candidates to fill the Program Manager position in Gunung Sitoli, Nias to manage a project to combat the worst forms of child labor in rural communities of North and West Nias. ACTED is partnering with Indonesian NGO, Pusat Kajian dan Perlindungan Anak (PKPA), to implement this project which includes three components;
  • Local government and businesses have increased awareness and capacity leading to the implementation of local regulations, action committees, and codes of conduct aimed at combating child labor.
  • Communities have a raised awareness of child labor issues and have better linkages with government and businesses to identify and prevent child labor.
  • 150 children currently involved in the worst forms of child labor are integrated into education or provided alternative life skills training.

Under the supervision of senior management in Jakarta national office, the Program Manager shall carry out the following duties:


Project Management:
  • Providing overall leadership and management to ACTED teams in area of intervention;
  • To set up, plan, supervise and monitor the implementation of ACTED's intervention in the assigned area as per ACTED's procedures, work plans, and objectives described in funded project proposals / intervention strategies;
  • To plan, monitor and supervise the work of the program team (activity planning and monitoring, cash forecasts, logistic and administrative issues, HR issues including recruitment of new team members, appraisals and on the job training);
  • To supervise the technical aspects and activity implementation of project components implemented directly by ACTED, and provide oversight of local partner activities through regular coordination meetings and reporting;
  • Oversee community mobilization and beneficiary selection and monitoring;
  • To assist with planning of project budgets and ensure appropriate expenditure of budgets in line with donor requirements and field realities;
  • To technically assess the activities undertaken and ensure efficient use of resources;
  • Identify needs which are not covered by current projects, develop possible responses and submit them to Southeast Asia Regional Project Development Manager;
  • Utilize the PMF or other tracking tools to provide regular (monthly at minimum) reports on progress towards and tracking of overall project progress, outputs and indicators;
  • To document lessons learned, best practices, and success stories and ensure they are communicated to country coordination and ACTED HQ;
  • To ensure cross-programme integration, learning, sharing and adoption of best practices and lessons learned within ACTED and with external stakeholders;

Coordination:
  • Update and adjust existing project management tools, and/or develop new ones as needed;
  • Ensure proper coordination with local partner through regular meetings and communication;
  • Ensure proper coordination between all ACTED staff (logistics, administration, finance, and technical) in the area of intervention;
  • Develop and maintain good communication with local authorities, keeping them informed of all ACTED activities and making sure ACTED and partner activities are aligned with government priorities and strategy; ensure involvement of local authorities in activities whenever possible;
  • Ensure coordination and complimentarity amongst projects (and/or program components) within the intervention area;
  • Ensure adherence to Finance Logistic and Administration Team (FLAT) procedures in collaboration with the Program Finance and Compliance Manager;

Reporting and communications:
  • In collaboration with the Senior AMEU Officer, provide weekly and monthly reports on project activities, outputs and results against objectives and indicators, as well as planning for the upcoming month to the Southeast Asia Regional Project Development Manager or other Country Focal Point;
  • Work closely with the Appraisal, Monitoring, and Evaluation Unit in order to design and conduct all necessary surveys and collection of data needed for project indicators;
  • Contribute to ACTED news and communications including bi-weekly Flash News updates and monthly newsletter articles;

Other:
  • To monitor the humanitarian context in Nias and rapidly update the Jakarta office on important events, especially emergencies;
  • To maintain regular communication with disaster management authorities in Nias to ensure that ACTED remains aware of needs and ready to respond in the event of a disaster situation;
  • Assist the Southeast Asia Regional Project Development Manager or other Country Focal Point to gather information and develop concepts for new projects in the area of intervention as relevant;
  • To occasionally participate in project development activities outside the intervention area if and when relevant;
  • Perform other duties as requested and use own judgment to suggest and advise on other duties as he/she sees fit;

Required Qualifications
Education, Experience, and Certification:
  • Bachelors University Degree or equivalent in a relevant field;
  • At least 5 years of work experience with a non-government organizations, and with 3 years experience in managing the implementation programs with international NGOs, preferably in projects related to child protection;
  • Experience in oversight of local NGO partnerships;
  • Valid driving license for motorbikes;

Competencies:
  • Proven skills to develop and then efficiently implement activities according to agreed work plans;
  • Proven track record of team management;
  • Excellent writing and reporting skills in Bahasa Indonesia and English;
  • Proven ability to manage financial resources according to donor and organization regulations;
  • Outstanding communication skills, including adapting information to different audiences;
  • Advocacy Skills; good facilitation and campaign
  • Demonstrated relationship-building skills, including negotiation;
  • Solid knowledge of district and sub-district government structure;
  • Advanced problem-solving and critical analysis skills;
  • Able to multitask, set realistic deadlines, and meet deadlines;
  • Meticulous attention to detail;
  • Good computer skills including Word, Excel, and Powerpoint;
  • Willingness to travel to remote areas;


Submission of application:

Applications should be submitted in English consisting of:
  1. Current CV or resume listing education and work experience;
  2. A cover letter addressing why you are qualified for the position of Program Manager according to the competencies and qualifications listed above (see attached Terms of Reference) with examples from previous work experience, and why you want to work for ACTED;
  3. Names and email and telephone contact information for three (3) references who may be contacted in the case that you are selected for an interview

Applications that do not include all of these materials especially a cover letter that specifically addresses qualifications for this position and examples from previous work experience that demonstrate the competencies will be disqualified.

Applications should be submitted no later than 13th April 2012 to these following addresses:

jakarta.administration@acted.org and Indonesia@acted.org

Application material is non-returnable, and we thank you in advance for understanding that only short-listed candidates will be contacted for the next step in the application process.

ACTED refuses to apply, in its actions, any form of discrimination based on race, gender, ethnicity, religion, nationality, conviction, or social class. Qualified women and men are encouraged to apply.

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Vacancy at Mercy Corps - Field Facilitator, Brebes

Mercy Corps helps people turn the crises they confront into the opportunities they deserve. Driven by local needs, our programs provide communities in the world's toughest places with the tools and support they need to transform their own lives. Our worldwide team in 41 countries is improving the lives of 19 million people.
 Mercy Corps Indonesia is currently seeking to fill the post through external candidates:

BREBES - Field Facilitator Reach Program

Field Facilitator is responsible for the successful implementation of Mercy Corps’ health program in Brebes District – Central Java in the assigned villages.  This includes identify and mobilize local stakeholders’ supports for the program implementation, facilitate collaborative strategic planning and implementation with local
stakeholders from municipality down to sub-district levels, ensuring proper technical assistance to build capacity of local stakeholders to carry out their designated roles in program implementation, monitor and facilitate improvements in policy implementation, organization of behavior change campaigns and monitoring and reporting of program activities.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENT:
  • Minimum 1 year experience in community mobilization / empowerment activities  
  • Local resident of Brebes Distric
  • Some experience in community health projects
  • Education background in medical or public health is an advantage
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel programs is an advantage.

Interested individuals should submit a cover letter, an updated CV including three references; contact number, to hrd@id.mercycorps.org by or before Friday, 6 April 2012. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

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Vacancy at USAID IUWASH - National Urban Sanitation Coordinator

Written By capunx on Sunday, March 11, 2012 | 12:26 PM

The Indonesia Urban Water Sanitation and Hygiene (IUWASH) Project is a sixty-month program funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented under the leadership of DAI. IUWASH works with government, the private sector, NGOs, community groups and other stakeholders to improve access to safe water supply and sanitation in Indonesia’s urban areas. The overall goal of IUWASH is to assist the Government of Indonesia (GOI) in making significant progress in achieving its safe water and sanitation Millennium Development Goal (MDG) targets by expanding access to these services. The expected results to be achieved are: 2 million people in urban areas gain access to improved  water supply; 200,000 people in urban areas gain access to improved sanitation facilities; and the per unit water cost paid by the poor in targeted areas decreases by at least 20%. To achieve the above, assistance provided by the project is divided under three main technical components, including:
  1. Mobilizing demand for water supply and sanitation service delivery;
  2. Improving and expanding capacity for water and sanitation service delivery; and
  3. Strengthening policy and the financial enabling environment for improved water supply and sanitation service delivery.


RESPONSIBILITIES

The National Urban Sanitation Coordinator will be supporting and coordinating the IUWASH Urban Sanitation program in the target cities of IUWASH Regions as well as coordinate the IUWASH Urban Sanitation program with stakeholders at National level (national government, donors, Pokja-AMPL, and others).

The responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:
  • Support IUWASH regions in identification of commitment for urban sanitation in selected IUWASH cities , especially on
    • operation of an active sanitation working group (Pokja/San or Pokja-AMPL)
    • existence of Citywide Sanitation Strategy, Sanitation white book or sanitation action plan
    • recent real demand survey for sanitation
    • other urban sanitation program, which can be integrated in the city sanitation action plans.
  • Identify ongoing and planned programs by other donor agencies and/or Government institutions, both in IUWASH regions and National; discuss and agree on collaboration efforts with IUWASH (like USRI, INDII,
  • Sanimas, Pamsimas, etc)Support IUWASH Regions with development of new city sanitation working groups (Pokja/San or Pokja/AMPL), Sanitation Strategy / Action Plan (SSK, Buku Putih, EHRA) or strengthen existing ones in collaboration with other stakeholders and in accordance with National PPSP guidelines.
  • Facilitate next steps of the PPSP program, which can be development of Program Memorandum, detailed feasibility and/or technical studies.  Identify and arrange cost-sharing for these studies, designs from
  • Local – and Central government and/or other donor agencies.
  •  In collaboration with other IUWASH specialists (BCC specialist, Community Based Engineer, Micro-and Municipal Finance specialists, Governance specialist) coordinate support for
    • expansion of connections to current (or new) centralized sewerage networks,
    • development of sanitation promotion /marketing materials and
    • use of micro-finance to finance increase access to improved sanitation services.
    • review current septic sludge collection and treatment systems, recommend improvements and leverage financial resources to improve current systems
  • Support IUWASH DCOP / Component 2 Team Leader and IUWASH Regions with the preparation of IUWASH annual work plans and budgets for the agreed action plans, incorporating the cost-sharing and /or leveraging of local and (where possible) National stakeholders.
  • Monitor and report on the IUWASH Urban Sanitation program in line with approved project proposals and budgets. Develop and monitor SOW for National level activities, implementation of training programs, seminars, promotion activities, exchange visits, etc.
  • Support IUWASH DCOP/Component 2 Team lead in coordinating complete IUWASH Urban Sanitation Program and liaison with Central Government and donors on Urban Sanitation issues.
  • Maintain regular contact with other Regional Urban Sanitation Specialists, join regular IUWASH meetings, and advice IUWASH DCOP/Component 2 Team lead on priority technical issues
  • In conjunction with other specialist staff, develop and implement a technical and institutional monitoring program to assess the quality and
  • effectiveness of IUWASH interventions; this includes direct support to the
  • IUWASH Performance Monitoring Plan
  • Periodically undertake special development projects e.g., reporting on concepts development, technical and institutional successes and/or lessons learnt. These deliverables may take the form of media presentations, press releases, professional articles or contributions to project newsletters, conferences or workshops.
  • Other tasks as required by supervisor

Deliverables
  1. Regular and timely inputs into IUWASH bi-weekly, quarterly, and annual reports, as well as annual work plans;
  2. Coordinate data input for IUWASH PMP, specifically for urban sanitation tasks;
  3. Occasional article and/or essay highlighting IUWASH success stories, best practices, and lessons learned concerning urban sanitation;
  4. Occasional Technical Reports and Publications, related to IUWASH work in urban sanitation, training programs conducted, and/or other emerging issues.


Posting & Reporting Relationships

The National Urban Sanitation Coordinator will be based in the IUWASH National office in Jakarta, with periodic visits to all IUWASH working locations within Indonesia  This position can be requested by DAI and/or USAID, to travel to other Indonesian provinces or outside Indonesia for official duties.
The National Urban Sanitation Coordinator will report directly to the IUWASH DCOP/Component 2 Team lead  for all activities


QUALIFICATIONS
  • A degree in environmental engineering with at least 5 years experience in similar fields, preferably at least 10 years.
  • Good understanding of Indonesian Sanitation Sector, Government agencies and donors involved, as well as current regulations and programs at National, Provincial and Local level
  • Specific experience in  current Urban Sanitation (PPSP) program, including frequent communication with PPSP secretariat and/or Ministry of Public Works
  • Preferably hands on experience in facilitating sanitation programs with local, Provincial  and /or national government.
  • Experience in preparing ToR for field activities and monitoring /supervision of activities, including events, short term consultants, training programs, exposure trips, etc.
  • Strong communication skills, both interpersonal and written, to fulfill the technical and managerial responsibilities proposed
  • Written and oral fluency in Bahasa Indonesia and Strong English writing and speaking skills

APPLICATION SEND
Please send a cover letter and curriculum vitae with 3 referees to IUWASH.recruitment@gmail.com by  March 17th, 2011.

Please indicate the position you are applying for in the title of the email.

Only short-listed candidates will be notified.

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Vacancy at CI Indonesia - Grants Support Manager

CI Indonesia Program is searching a qualified candidate to fill position of:

GRANTS SUPPORT MANAGER:

CI-Indonesia is seeking a Grants Support Manager to assist Operation Director and coordinate with Sustainable Landscape Partnership (SLP) and other CI Indonesia program in grant making and grant management in full compliance with CI and Donor requirements. He/she will coordinate all of aspect of grants making and management from the planning and applications phases through contracting, reporting and close-out of grants. Specifically this position is responsible for maintaining the accuracy of the information in the grants database, reviewing grantee reports, troubleshooting, reporting problems, processing disbursement requests and coordinatingwith CoP-SLPand Program staff on financial and IT related operationalissues.

The Grants Support Manager is also responsible for providing efficient and effective management of the program’s overall grant portfolio and ensuring quality grant management, assessing needs and developing quality grant management capacity, ensuring compliance with donor and internal organization requirements, and overseeing information management related to grant and program implementation, including working with the Finance Manager and Program Manager/Director to ensure on time and quality reporting.

Duties and Responsibilities:
  1. Coordinategrant makingandcontractingofall SLP and non-SLP externalgrants.Support the contracting process, soliciting bids,drafting and negotiating contracts and maintaining records
  2. Providesupport togranteestomaintaincompliancewithall termsof grant agreements.Thisroleincludes:trainingongrantsprocessesand systems, report trouble-shooting, financial report review,payment processing,grantamendmentsandtimelyprojectclose-out.
  3. Support the review and monitoring. Assist grantees in tracking progress of project outputs, including “offline” reporting as specified in SLP and other donor agreements. It also includes assisting in performing regular site visits for financial and accounting monitoring of active grants, together with logistics for SLPand/or other donor site visits in the region.
  4. WorkwithOperation Directorinmanagingcommunicationflowswith grantees. Thisrolesincludesprovidinggeneral support totheGrantsResourcesteamandalongwithinternal and external partnersasneeded;activelyparticipatingindivisional,program, SLP team,staffandproject meetingsandactivitiesasappropriate. Compiling informationandresponsestorequestsfrom partnersandfellowstaffas neededwhilekeepinggrant resourcesfilesystem up-to-date.
  5. Support Grants Management Systems and donor compliance.This role includes; (i) implement and manage CI process for grant management, grants close out and sub-grant management, (ii) Organize and support grant opening, mid-term review and closure meetings and develop, with support of the Operations Director and Finance Manager, a mechanism to hold Cost Center Managers accountable for deviations from the grant contracts, (iii) Support as a central point of organizational expertise on donor compliance requirements, ensuring that relevant staffs of all departments are informed of donor requirements; work closely with all departments to ensure compliance. Provide technical support to assess donor eligibility/allow ability of planned expenditures and identify related compliance requirements.

Requirements: Education, Experience & Skills:
  • University Degree in Accounting and/or Commerce
  • Great attention to detail
  • Strongorganizational skills
  • Strong oral and written communication skills in English
  • Strong computer skills including MS Office, Database, and file management
  • At least 3 years experience in grant management or financial administration services
  • Previous experience working in an international organization or donor agency preferred

Note: Expatriate unable to fill this position.

Working conditions:
  • This position is based in Jakarta Office.
  • Regular travel isexpectedfor field site visits, and meetings across the region, toWashington DC,and other locations as required for the successful delivery of the program.
  • The diversity of cultures working along side this position (Papua & Sumatra) provides different perspectives on policies and special local contexts that need to be understood.
  • Program partners/grantees are geographically across the country

Interested candidates please send your resume include cover letter no more than 4 pages to:
hrd@conservation.or.id.
Application close: 15 March 2012
(Please note that only short-listed applicants (for interview) will be contacted).

For further information about CI, please visit our website: www.conservation.org

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Trainer for Fundraising Training - Handicap International Federation

Important Note:
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Interested applicants must mention Requested Fee on a signed page, either on application letter or on specific page. Other compulsory documents to be sent with application:
  • Methodology of the Training and its Syllabus
  • CV or Company Profile
Max size 400 kB

Applications to be addressed to:
proc.tender@handicap-international-id.org
CC to:
hiindo_tender@yahoo.fr
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TERMS OF REFERENCE DETAILS
Name of Project: Disability Rights
Title of activity: Training on Fund Raising

1. Introduction
Handicap International is a non-governmental organization, specialized in the field of international solidarity. It was formed in 1982, with its headquarters in Lyon (France). Handicap International is working in over than 55 countries worldwide and a co-winner of 1997 Nobel Prize for Campaign against Land Mines. Handicap International is made up of a Federation and eight sections (national associations) which work together on mobilizing resources, co-managing projects and promoting the movements’ principles and activities. Handicap International is neither exclusively a development NGO nor exclusively an emergency relief NGO.
Handicap International Federation is Non-governmental, non-religious, on-political and non-profit making, Handicap International works alongside people with disabilities, whatever the context, offering them assistance and supporting them in their efforts to become self-reliant.

Handicap International has been working in Indonesia since 2005 to support health and social initiatives related to disability issue. In collaboration with the Ministry of Social Affairs of Republic of Indonesia, Handicap International Indonesia implements activities that will allow people with disabilities in Indonesia to have greater opportunities to exercise their rights to enhance their dignity.

Handicap International Indonesia formulated a strategy which stated that the specific objectives of the activities are to increase the capacity of institutions and services working in disability field, confirming to
general public and decision makers are aware that disability is a human rights and development issue, and empowering people with disabilities and their organization to become active actors in their communities.

2. Disability Rights Project Presentation
This project seeks to empower grassroots Disabled Peoples’ Organizations (DPOs) with the knowledge, attitudes and practices to advocate for their economic, social and political rights at a local and national level. Its messaging will engage a wide audience from government officials, international agencies and semi-governmental entities, to civil society organizations that are not disability focused.

The activities implemented will become more directly focused on capacity building initiatives targeting local DPOs to engage in disability rights advocacy. In accordance with this objective of the project and result
from project mid term evaluation, Handicap International with financial support from Irish Aid will provide capacity building activities with aim to develop DPO’s and the members’ capacity.

2.1. Disability Rights Project Objective:
The overall Objective of the project is that People with disabilities (PWDs) in Indonesia live in a barrier-free environment where they are empowered, recognized as equal partners in the development of their communities, and have the same opportunities and responsibilities as all other members of Indonesian society.

2.2. Disability Rights Specific Objective:
Indonesian DPOs demonstrate the knowledge, attitudes and practices to advocate for the rights of People with Disabilities. DPOs will develop their ideas, technical capacity, and organizational capacity through
practices capacity building training in the community and family life.

3. Justification of the Activity:
A training focused on fund raising was designed to contribute on the sustainability of current partners’ advocacy initiatives and a part of exit strategy of DR project. This training has been discussed with some
of DR project partners and based on those discussions partners see this opportunity will help and contribute to increase their personal and organizational capacity after the project finished. In this training, the DPOs partner will learn on fund raising strategy and methods and possible initiative fund raising activities.

4. Objectives of Activity:
4.1. Specific Objectives:
  • To provide DPOs partners knowledge on fund raising issues, strategy and methods
  • To provide DPOs partners on capacity to develop innovative strategy and methods on fund raising
  • To strengthening DPO to organize internal fund raising for the contiuation and existance of DPO(s) activities.

4.2 Activity Expected Outputs:
  • 15 DPOs partners have skills and knowledge on organizational fund raising issues.
  • 15 DPOs partners are able to develop fund raising strategy based on their experiences and capacity
  • 15 DPOs partners are able to identify potencial source of funding to develop fund raising (i.e. individuals, private companies, donors agencies, governments, etc)
  • 15 DPOs partners are able to understand the fund raising cycles.
  • 15 DPOs partners are able to improve their fund raising strategy and methods

5. Topics delivered in the Training
  • Understanding fund raising in organization (concept and how its works)
  • How to identify potential source of funding
  • Fund raising strategies and cycles
  • Accountability of managing funds
  • Lesson learnt from best practices.

6. Tools, methods, sessions or topics
Facilitators/Trainers will use:
Lectures
  • Discussions on the basis of case studies and real documentation
  • Participative approaches, such as role-play and brainstorming exercises, in order to foster sharing of information, experiences and relevant practices based the training’s topics.

7. Profile, technical competencies & tasks of the Service Provider:
Expected trainer/facilitator(s) have following capacity:
  • Persons or Institution experienced in professional training on fund raising and organizational development
  • Persons or Institution capable to deliver trainings, case studies and role play using tools and subjects adapted to trainee specialized in working with Local Non Profit Organization, communities and Parents
  • Ability to propose techniques, trainings and tools adapted to the needs of People with Disabilities’

Person with Disabilities’ candidates are strongly encouraged

Deadline for the submission of the Technical & Financial Offer: 22 March 2012

7. Practical Information
Venue: The training is planning to be conducted in Bali on early May 2012. It will be 2 days training session.
Language: The training will be implemented in Bahasa Indonesia.
Date : May 2012 (2 days)
Participants : 30-40 persons from DR project partners

Budget for Trainers Fee (Nett): Total Rp 9.000.000 for 2 days Training
Including preparation and reporting.
Exclude Accommodations and transportation (team, maximal 2 people)

How to Apply
Send Complete Proposal which includes:
  • Proposal / Application
  • Methodology of the Training and its Syllabus
  • Requested Fee (compulsory) on a signed page
  • CV or Company Profile
Max size 400 kB

Addressed to:
proc.tender@handicap-international-id.org
CC to:
hiindo_tender@yahoo.fr

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