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IC/UNDP/REDD+/098/2014 National Senior Specialist for Collaborative Partnership (National, 1 post)

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IC/UNDP/REDD+/098/2014 National Senior Specialist for Collaborative Partnership (National, 1 post)

Reference Number: IC/UNDP/REDD+/098/2014
Country: Indonesia
Description of the assignment: National Senior Specialist for Collaborative Partnership (National, 1 post)
Project name: REDD+ 
Period of assignment/services (if applicable): August – December 2014
Closing date: 6 AUGUST 2014

I. BACKGROUND
Context of the REDD+ initiative:
Indonesia is the third largest emitter of CO2 and the world’s largest emitter from agriculture, forestry and other land use. Over the past five years, Indonesia’s annual deforestation rate has averaged around 1 million hectares, which contributes more than 80 percent of Indonesia’s estimated annual emissions. 
In response to this situation, on 26 May 2010 the Governments of Indonesia and the Kingdom of Norway signed a Letter of Intent to establish a REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation) Partnership to tackle greenhouse gas emissions resulting from deforestation and forest and peat-land degradation in Indonesia. REDD+ is a global mechanism which provides an opportunity for developing countries like Indonesia to move towards a sustainable green economy through the implementation of REDD+ activities and, for industrial countries like Norway, to support a reduction in global deforestation by contributing funds for these activities. For Indonesia REDD+ also offers a way to achieve the Indonesian government’s voluntary commitment to the world to reduce emissions as much as 26 percent under a business-as-usual scenario or up to 41 percent with international support by 2020.
Since 2013, the REDD+ Partnership has entered an interim phase to build on the momentum of Phase 1 and ensure full readiness for Phase 2. One of important milestone that has been achieved during Interim Phase is the establishment of Indonesian REDD+ Agency (BP REDD+) in December 2013. With its new mandate BP REDD+ in cooperation with 11 partner provinces is working together to set up a provincial level institution that in time will manage REDD+ activities at the local level. It was also identified during this process that there is 3 objectives that need immediate implementation: 1) deliver results in high impact areas by end 2014; 2) engage with the parliamentary to increase support for sustainable development and; 3) building the capacity of BP REDD+ to enable the operationalization of its institutions and systems.    
In regards to the first objective, there are three areas that will be implemented:
1) To reduce the negative impacts of forest fires 
2) BP REDD+ will enable sustainable management of natural resources by clarifying the tenure situation for communities, specifically through implementation of Constitutional Court Ruling 35/2012 (MK35) which reverts customary forests back to indigenous communities. 
3) BP REDD+ will facilitate dialogue between relevant stakeholders with the purpose of creating legal framework and guidelines for resolving land conflicts in and around National Parks. 
Context of this ToR:
In line with the first objective that need immediate implementation, BP REDD+ in cooperation with 11 partner provinces, namely Aceh, Riau, Jambi, South Sumatra, West Sumatra, Central Kalimantan, West Kalimantan, East Kalimantan, Central Sulawesi, Papua and West Papua is working together to prepare the institutionalization readiness at provincial level. In parallel with the preparation, BP REDD+ also working on the three objectives above that deemed to be critical and have time sensitive consideration.
Within the framework to reduce the negative impacts of forest fires, BP REDD+ along with Coordinating Ministry for People Welfare and other relevant ministries are developing a Standard Operation Procedure for Management of Forest Fire. A first draft of this SOP has been publicly circulate and in the process of finalization. 
Meanwhile at the provincial level, BP REDD+ has implement pilot activities in Central Kalimantan Province. In cooperation with Centre for Forestry Training (Pusdiklat) of Ministry of Forestry, BP REDD+ has been supporting series of trainings under Community based Forest Fire Management (CBFFM) Programme that were held in several districts. These trainings aim to develop the community and local government capacity to effectively manage forest and peat land fire. These training series consist of Need Assessment Training, development of module and curriculum based on combine method of modern technology and local wisdom, and community capacity enhancement training.  In addition to these trainings, BP REDD+ also conducted community patrol trainings at village level that aims to enhance community awareness on managing the prevention of forest fire. 
Perceiving the success of this programme in Central Kalimantan and acknowledging the importance of community role in managing the impact of forest fire, BP REDD+ have an intention to replicate similar programme in other provinces including conduct training at the district to village level. The programme will be specifically designed based on characteristic of targeted province. 
In the light of this, the REDD+ Project is looking to engage a National Senior Specialist for Collaboration Partnership to accelerate and improve the coherence and integration between various elements of REDD+ programmes that currently on-going at the provinces and its relations to the forest fire programmes. The incumbent will ensure a close and smooth cooperation between BP REDD+ and various components of stakeholders at the national down to the regional and local level. 
In addition to that, with recent stipulated Village Law (Undang-undang No.6/ 2014) the incumbent will need to establish relation with the Minister of Home Affairs for possible cooperation in mainstreaming REDD+ into Village Law implementation at the provinces. 
Objectives of Assignment:
The incumbent will be assigned to the Office for Cooperation with Stakeholder with below objectives:  
Facilitate the BP REDD+ programme to increase the capability and capacity of the regional/local government/agencies, the implementing partners and the communities as well as the quality of the apparatus to implement REDD+ activities.
Coordinate the implementation of the above programme through close cooperation with local stakeholders in the provinces including provincial government and various community groups associated with REDD+ activities.
In cooperation with other specialists within the Office for Cooperation, the incumbent shall formulating the recommendation for the application and implementation of REDD+, including the policy related to the implementation of REDD+ from the agencies at national level down to the region.
In cooperation with Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, monitor REDD+ programme and project implementation on the ground. 
Support BP REDD+ work on disputes and conflicts settlement associated with the current on-going programmes/ activities according with the prevailing rules and regulations.

I. SCOPE OF WORK, RESPONSIBILITIES AND DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPOSED ANALYTICAL WORK
Under the supervision of the Project Coordinator and the Work-stream Coordinator the incumbent shall:
Preparing the training programmes to support the provincial/local government/agencies, the implementing partners and the communities as well as the quality of the apparatus to implement REDD+ activities;
Building and maintaining a close cooperation with the REDD+ stakeholders, including CSO, NGO, and community groups at the national and local levels;
Synchronizing and harmonizing the various BP REDD+ programmes implemented in the provinces;
Supporting the efforts in managing disputes and conflicts settlement associated with the programme and project implementation and/ or REDD+ activities, in accordance with the prevailing rules and regulations; 
To be part of the various forms of Special Team/ Task Force established by the Head of BP REDD+.
Implementing other REDD+ associated tasks assigned by the Head of BP REDD+;   
If needed, the incumbent shall have to travel up to twice a month with approximately 4 days per travel. 

III. REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
 
I. Academic Qualifications:
University degree (Bachelor's degree or equivalent) or higher in Environment science or Social Sciences or in lieu with previous working experiences. Preferably with experience in project management in fields related to forestry or environmental/natural resource management.

II. Years of experience:
A minimum of six (8) years’ work experience for Bachelors or 4 years for Master.
Extensive analytical and practical experience in project management.
Experience conducting analytical reports, related to project implementation.  
Experience in preparing and communicating information as well as conduct capacity building to a range of diverse stakeholders.
Experience in liaising and negotiating with various Government Agencies, Local Government, CSO, NGO and/ or community groups.   
Demonstrated knowledge and experience on REDD, climate change and forestry issues.
Ability to work comfortably at local, national, and international levels. 
Ability to multi-task, learn new material, and manage time effectively in a dynamic and fast-paced working environment.

III. Language Requirements:
Fluency in written and spoken Bahasa Indonesia and English is a must.

IV. Competencies:
Core Competencies
Knowledge Management and Learning
Promotes knowledge management and a learning environment in the office through leadership and personal example; and
Actively works towards continuing personal learning and development in one or more practice Areas, acts on learning plan and applies newly acquired skills.
Development and Operational Effectiveness
Ability to conceptualize issues and analyze data;
Ability to coordinate the work of others;
Ability to implement new systems (business side), and affect staff behavioral/attitudinal change;
Good knowledge of Results Management Guide and Toolkit; and
Ability to demonstrate good knowledge on Climate Change and/or REDD issues.
Management and Leadership
Builds strong relationships with clients, focuses on impact and result for the client and responds positively to feedback;
Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude;
Demonstrates openness to change and ability to manage complexities;
Leads teams effectively and shows mentoring as well as conflict resolution skills; and
Demonstrates strong oral and written communication skills.

Corporate Competencies
Demonstrates integrity by modeling the UN's values and ethical standards;
Promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals;
Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability; and
Treats all people fairly without favoritism.

V. Other requirements
In addition to the scope and output stated above, the incumbent will be required to undertake other ad hoc tasks that may arise during the contract period. These tasks will be delegated by the Project Coordinator or the Work-stream Coordinator who will ensure that these ad hoc tasks do not impede on the incumbent’s ability to meet contractual obligations/deliverables.

All materials and other intellectual property produced while working under contract including, but not limited to, documents, presentations, white papers, photographs and other media, will remain the property of the UNDP REDD+ Project and are required to be submitted to Work-stream Coordinator for archiving.

IV. EXPECTED RESULTS
Deliverables:
No. Deliverables Due Date
1. Comprehensive report on stakeholder mapping related to the programme implementation of Mainstreaming REDD+ into Village Law.   
Report on the simulation of Forest Fire Standard Operational Procedure implementation in Riau Province. September 2014

2. Report on concept development of Forest Fire (Karhutla) nationwide campaign, including need assessment and future work plan. 
Report on early implementation of Mainstreaming REDD+ into Village Law, including its programme design and the implementation of National Seminar related to the programme. October 2014
3. Comprehensive Report on Karhutla provincial level campaign in Riau Province and the design of its follow up action. 
Follow up action report on the National Seminar on Mainstreaming REDD+ into Village Law.     November 2014
4 Comprehensive Report on the Karhutla provincial level campaign in West Kalimantan Province and the design of its follow up action. 
Report on Karhutla nationwide early implementation of Standard Operation Procedure.     December 2014.

To apply for this post, please go to the following link and download all the necessary documents: 

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Project Assistant

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Management systems international, inc (MSI)
StrengtHening Integrity and accountability program-1  
(SIAP-1)
 
Project Assistant
 
Location     : Jakarta, Indonesia
Report to   : Grants Manager
 
Project Summary:
 
The objective of SIAP-1 is to contribute to good governance in Indonesia by strengthening integrity and accountability in government – principally at the national level. It will do this by supporting governmental and non-governmental efforts to strengthen integrity and accountability.
 
Position Summary:
 
The Grants and Procurement Project Assistant position will be filled by an experienced staff, whose acquired knowledge and skills enable her/him to independently undertake diverse and complex work assignments (e.g. grant management, actively engage in program activities, major event/course planning, etc). Work requires extensive coordination with team members of SIAP-1 to ensure successful performance of the Strengthening Integrity and Accountability Program-1 as detailed in the Project Description of the Cooperative Agreement with USAID.
 
 Responsibilities:                 
 
·        Review grant reporting documentation submitted by sub grantees.
·        Assist to ensure Sub grantee’s timely implementation of activities, in accordance with project schedules and sub grant agreements.
·        Draft letters, faxes, as well as documents and forms related to Program activities and administrative matters.
·        Maintaining grant and subcontract hard and soft copy files.
·        Assist in the procurement of new programs, as directed by the Grants Manager;

 
 
a.      Draft procurement documents
b.      Prepare lists of potential bidders to be invited (in cooperation with component managers)
c.       Assist in preparing internal documents for approval by MSI HQ and USAID
·        Set up appointments/meetings with Government and partner organizations
·        Perform other duties and responsibilities assigned by Grants Manager.
 
General provisions and limitations:
 
1.     All final decisions related to this Project are made by the COP and MSI/HQ responsible and authorized personnel.
2.     Any communication with USAID is the authority of the COP and MSI/HQ responsible and authorized personnel.
 
Qualifications
·        Background in Finance, Accounting or project management,
·        Preffered 1 year experience with finance, grants, or procurement, preferably under USAID financed project
·        Fluent in spoken and written English
·        Must be well organized and able to work independently.
·        Excellent knowledge on MS Office
 
Application should include a cover letter, CV (including three references) and contact number no later than August 8, 2014. Please indicate ‘Project Assistant’ as the subject of your email addressed to Emmy La Imu:  elimu@msi-siap.com.
 
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. This position is only for Indonesian citizens.
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Communication Officer

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Save the Children is an international NGO and the world's top independent charity for children in need. Since 1919, we have been fighting for children's rights, saving their lives and providing hope for brighter futures worldwide.  In Indonesia, Save the Children currently works in eleven provinces, has staff of approximately 170 local professionals, and programming in Child Protection, Education, Health and Nutrition, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Humanitarian Response.  Save the Children in Indonesia is seeking to fill the following position:

Communication Officer
1 position, based in Sumba
Code : CO-Sponsorship

The retention of these sponsors is highly dependent on quality communications that effectively communicate the impact of our programs and these children's lives in Sumba.  The Communications Officer will support the sponsorship program by writing & producing quality sponsorship communications and monitoring of all retention related activities.

Reports to: Sr. Manager Sponsorship

Dimensions: Under Sponsorship Program, Save the Children will implement a comprehensive education program in Sumba island, NTT over the next several years.  This will be funded by an individual sponsorship program.  Communication Officer for Sponsorship will The Communications Officer will support the sponsorship program by writing & producing quality sponsorship communications and monitoring of all retention related activities. 

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:
  • Communicate to sponsors the effectiveness and impact our sponsorship funds are making in Sumba – Indonesia as well as foster the sponsor-child connection through various communications. 
  • Develop and produce yearly sponsorship retention communications, according to guidelines, to send to private donors in the United States and around the world. 
  • Checks samples from vendors, proofread and acquire signed confirmation from projects
  • In collaboration with M&E officer, write compelling case studies and stories of Sumba – Indonesia children participating is sponsorship-funded programs for a wide donor audience
  • Screen & choose high-quality child photos for use in communication pieces to foster the sponsor-child connection and increase understanding of the development context in Malawi
  • Support Indonesia Sponsorship team with communication and reporting as necessary.
  • Work with Senior Sponsorship Manager to monitor retention rate.  Improve retention rate through review of all retention related activities.
  • Facilitate the annual review of routine correspondence and review child to sponsor communications for authenticity.
  • Train staff and volunteers on sponsorship retention and how to collect quality routine child to sponsors correspondence.
  • Facilitate requests from Home Office sponsorship communications.
  • Develop systems to improve communications and meet information needs in Sponsorship.
  • Identify Program activities worthy reporting on and continuously liaise with program staff for information.
  • As needed, work with program coordinator to document important program related events.
  • Edit stories/reports before publication. 
  • Facilitate the translation into relevant local languages of various documents and materials
  • Design and produce periodic Country Office Sponsorship magazines.
  • Ensures that all projects, program activities and project properties, properly display SC brand;
  • Coordinate the documentation of yearly sponsorship planning documents.
  • With the Senior Sponsorship Manager, plan and participate in yearly sponsorship self assessment/review and other annual activities or workshops.  Produce final reports.
  • Other responsibilities as assigned by the supervisor.

QUALIFICATION
  • Bachelor degree, preferably in English, Journalism or Development.
  • Excellent English language skills, written & verbal
  • High level of initiative – ability to work independently with little supervision
  • 5 years experience in communications and design.
  • Proven creativity.
  • Experience working in an international organization preferred.
  • Significant experience with professional writing
  • Excellent computer skills – MS Word, MS Publisher, MS Excel, Adobe, and Publishing Software
  • Excellent planning and communication skills, English and and Indonesia

Updated CV and application letter should be sent to recruitment.indonesia@savethechildren.org
Please fill the "subject" column of the e-mails in this format: <CO-Sponsorship><your name>
Closing date for application is up to 29 July 2014
(Only short-listed candidates will be notified)

http://indonesia.savethechildren.net/jobs
Save the Children encourages qualified candidates to apply regardless of religion, race, gender, sexual orientation or disability
All recruitment practices and procedures reflect Save the Children's commitment to protecting children from abuse
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Operation Assistant

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Save the Children is an international NGO and the world's top independent charity for children in need. Since 1919, we have been fighting for children's rights, saving their lives and providing hope for brighter futures worldwide.  In Indonesia, Save the Children currently works in eleven provinces, has staff of approximately 170 local professionals, and programming in Child Protection, Education, Health and Nutrition, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Humanitarian Response.  Save the Children in Indonesia is seeking to fill the following position:

Operation Assistant
1 position, based in Sumba
Code : OA-Sponsorship

The retention of these sponsors is highly dependent on quality communications that effectively communicate the impact of our programs and these children's lives in Sumba. This post holder will support his/her supervisor for all retention related activities, produce sponsorship communication deliverables in timely manner.

Reports to: Communication Officer

Dimensions: Under Sponsorship Program, Save the Children is implementing a comprehensive education program in Sumba island, NTT over the next several years.  This will be funded by an individual sponsorship program. This post holder will support Sponsorship Communication Officer by facilitating correspondence between children and their sponsor including support operation to perform operation activities such as enrolment, updating sponsored children information, validating children eligibility. 

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:
  • Support supervisor in managing correspondence pieces between sponsored family and sponsored children.
  • Facilitate sponsored children correspondence in child friendly manner, consider authenticity of the responses and in accordance with Sponsorship guideline. 
  • Facilitate translation of correspondence among sponsored children and sponsored family.
  • Document/file child record and their correspondence as per Sponsorship guideline
  • Work with line manager to facilitate child enrolment/child registration and documenting child information.
  • Facilitate sponsored children writing Proactive Annual Letter (PAL) for their sponsor 
  • Facilitate Annual Family Update (AFU) and Mid Year Eligibility Check (MYEC), document them.
  • Check and validate quality children data prior sending to ASSIST data based officer. 
  • Work with line manager to monitor retention rate, improve retention rate through review of all retention related activities
  • Facilitate requests from Home Office sponsorship communications.
  • Other responsibilities assigned by the supervisor.

QUALIFICATION
  • Bachelor degree or equivalent in relevant field
  • Excellent English language skills, written & verbal is a bonus
  • High level of initiative – ability to work independently with little supervision
  • Proven creativity.
  • Experience working in an international organization preferred.
  • Excellent computer skills – MS Word, MS Excel,
  • Excellent planning and communication skills
  • Ability to ride motorcycle and with appropriate license


    Updated CV and application letter should be sent to recruitment.indonesia@savethechildren.org
    Please fill the "subject" column of the e-mails in this format: <OA-Sponsorship><your name>
    Closing date for application is up to 29 July 2014
    (Only short-listed candidates will be notified)
     
    Save the Children encourages qualified candidates to apply regardless of religion, race, gender, sexual orientation or disability
All recruitment practices and procedures reflect Save the Children's commitment to protecting children from abuse
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Vacant position for Biogas Quality Inspector (Bandung) of Yayasan Rumah Energi

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Yayasan Rumah Energi (YRE) has entered into an agreement with Hivos to assist in the implementation of the Indonesia Domestic Biogas Programme, also known as BIRU Programme.  The BIRU Programme aims at the development of the Indonesia domestic biogas sector and build bio digesters at least in 9 province in Indonesia. IDBP or BIRU Programme until 2013 has produce 11,000 bio digesters, providing access to biogas for 17,725 people.


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.

For this project, Yayasan Rumah Energi is looking for a dynamic Indonesians national to fill the following positions:
BIOGAS QUALITY INSPECTOR in Bandung Office.

Task and Responsibilities
Under close supervision of the IDBP Provincial Coordinator and instruction of the Biogas Technical Officer (BTO) from the National Biogas Program Support Office (NBPSO) in Jakarta, the QI takes the responsibility of quality control of biogas constructions and necessary technical backstopping to the Construction Partner Organizations (CPOs) staff. Major responsibilities include quality control of plant constructions, technical training to the staff and technical monitoring of the plants.

The main tasks of the Biogas Quality Inspector (BQI) are:
  1. Take the responsibility of maintaining quality plant construction and after-sales services by CPOs;
  2. Visit plant construction sites regularly. All plants constructed in the assigned province needs to be visited for quality control;
  3. Fill up quality control forms correctly and accurately and send to NBPSO for records;
  4. Take immediate action if plants are not constructed as per approved standards;
  5. Address the issue of any technical problems faced by users or report it to BTO;
  6. Provide feedbacks/ advices regularly to CPOs' staff and masons on technical improvement;
  7. Follow exactly the instruction and process of quality control and reporting system approved by NBPSO;
  8. Arrange/ provide mason/supervisors training in the provinces coordinating local CPOs;
  9. Provide reports and/or any feedbacks to PC and BTO on technical matters;
  10. Enforce safety measures to be implemented by CPOs and households;
  11. Act as biogas technical focal person in the province;
  12. Carry out any other assignment for YRE as and when required

Requirements
  1. Willingness to live and resides in Bandung, West Java
  2. D3 Degree in civil engineering;
  3. Minimum 4 years work experience, preferably in similar industry
  4. Minimum 2 years of experience working in construction, supervision, training or similar jobs;
  5. Fair English (written and verbal);
  6. Able to frequent field visit all over West Java and drive a motorcycle;
  7. Good communication & human-relation skills;
  8. Biogas experience (desired);

Information
Applicants should send their application and CV (including three references) in pdf file to: hrd@rumahenergi.org with position code as email subject.  Applications are requested by 31 July 2014 at the latest; thereafter the position will remain open until filled. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. For more information please see www.biru.or.id
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Kayan Mentarang Landscape Project Leader

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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 :

Kayan Mentarang Landscape Project Leader (to be based in Malinau Office)
 
Requirement:
-              Minimum hold Bachelor Degree in Forestry, Biology, Social & Economy, Master preferable
-              Good in English, both oral & writing
-          Having minimum 5 year experiences in handling conservation project (Nature, Social, Economy, Communication & 
         Education, Agriculture)
-              Having experience in advocacy, campaign, and Public Consultation
 
Main responsibilities such as :
-              Program Planning & Reporting
-              Program development, Implementation & Coordination
 
Interested candidates are encouraged to send application letter not later than a week after this advertisement to: vacancy.wwf@gmail.com
 
Please put the vacancy name as subject and only shortlisted will be proceed.

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IC/UNDP/REDD+/097/2014 Support Specialist for Rights to Business Utilization (HGU) Assessment and Legislation Reform (National, 1 post)

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Reference No: IC/UNDP/REDD+/097/2014
Country: Indonesia
Description of the assignment: Support Specialist for Rights to Business Utilization (HGU) Assessment and Legislation Reform (National, 1 post)
Project name: REDD+
Period of assignment/services (if applicable):  August to December 2014
CLOSING DATE: 31 JULY 2014

I. Background
Context of the REDD+ initiative:
Indonesia is the third largest emitter of carbon dioxide (CO2) and the world’s largest emitter from agriculture, forestry and other land use. Over the past five years, Indonesia’s annual deforestation rate has averaged around 1 million hectares, which contributes to an estimated 87 percent of Indonesia’s annual emissions. In response to this situation, in 2009, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, made a voluntary commitment to the world to reduce emissions as much as 26 percent under a business-as-usual scenario or up to 41 percent with international support by 2020.
According to the Second National Communication from Indonesia to the UNFCCC, Indonesia is expected to emit around 2.9 million metric tons (gigatons) by 2020 under the business-as-usual scenario. A commitment to reduce that amount by 26 percent would mean a reduction of 0.8 gigatons, while 41 percent would amount to a reduction of 1.2 gigatons. A reduction from an expected 2.9 to 1.7 gigatons by 2020 is a challenging commitment for a country aiming to maintain its 7 percent annual growth rate. Nevertheless, this commitment has been translated into a comprehensive National Action Plan known as RAN-GRK (PP 61/2011).
The National Action Plan for the Reduction of Green-house Gas Emissions (RAN-GRK) estimates that 87 percent of the emission-reduction target - approximately 1 gigaton - relates directly to the forestry and peat land sectors and, to address this, the government has adopted an incentive mechanism to improve management of the country’s vast forest resources while supporting climate-change mitigation. This mechanism, known as REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation), has five primary objectives: (a) reduction of deforestation; (b) reduction of forest degradation; (c) conservation of carbon stocks; (d) sustainable forest management; and (e) enhancing carbon stocks.
On 26 May 2010 the Governments of Indonesia and Norway signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) to establish a REDD+ Partnership. The first phase of this REDD+ Partnership (Phase 1) was to establish an agency with the capacity to implement and manage REDD+ projects initially in the pilot province Central Kalimantan and progressively in other priority provinces across Indonesia. A Task Force (Satuan Tugas, Satgas) was established to support this initial phase and, as of June 2013 at the end of the Task Force’s mandate, the following progress was achieved:
Drafting of an integrated Presidential Regulation regarding the establishment of a REDD+ Agency and governance of REDD+ in Indonesia;
Finalisation of a REDD+ National Strategy (Stranas) and development of Provincial Strategies and Action Plans (PSAPs) for the eleven priority provinces;
Agreement on, and legal basis for, the structure and operations of a REDD+ Financial Instrument (FREDDI); its implementation awaits the establishment of the REDD+ Agency and the subsequent release of funding for Phase 2 of the LoI;
A methodology for the structure and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) of the MRV technical unit; while international standards and an international/national REDD+ registry remain in development, the unit is ready for mobilisation following the establishment of the REDD+ Agency;
Legal review of regulatory requirements related to REDD+ implementation in particular land tenure, forest and peat-land governance, forest monitoring and law enforcement, consolidation of land concessions, and a Moratorium on all new concessions for conversion of peat and natural forest in Indonesia; and
Successful implementation of a wide range of projects by the REDD+ Task Force in the pilot province Central Kalimantan with a focus on developing an operational capacity and an enabling environment for REDD+ projects.
These achievements have prepared a basic foundation for a future REDD+ national programme that aims to address the emission-reduction target for the forestry and peat-land sectors and the national long-term goals associated with sustainable economic development and poverty reduction.
Context of this ToR:
As the REDD+ Task Force has ended its mandate in June 2013, the second phase of the Indonesian-Norway partnership commenced. Through Presidential Regulation No. 62 Year 2013, the President has announced the establishment of REDD+ Agency in Indonesia. In the initial phase, the Working Group of Legal Review and Law Enforcement of REDD+ Task Force had conducted several programs and activities in relations to diagnostic assessment on the management and issuance of HGU (Rights to Business Utilization) for plantation companies, legislation reform, and conflict resolution for national parks. 
The programs and activities aforementioned should be continued up to December 2014, and to ensure that they are well implemented, it is important to immediately hire Legal Review and Law Enforcement Working Group Support Consultant for Rights to Business Utilization (HGU) Assessment and Legislation Reform, which will be stationed in Jakarta. 

Objectives of Assignment:
a) To conduct diagnostic assessment on the management and issuance of the rights to business utilization (HGU) for plantation company;
b) To conduct the legislation reform and to coordinate with the of conflict resolution in regards with rights to business utilization; 
c) To supervise and to be responsible for the process of the development of database system on regulations.

II. SCOPE OF WORK, RESPONSIBILITIES AND DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPOSED ANALYTICAL WORK
Scope of work:

Arranging meeting between REDD+ Agency, UKP4 with National Land Agency in relations with Rights to Business Utilization (HGU) Assessment and Legislation Reform;
Developing draft of Minister of Law and Human Rights Decree on the establishment of the team for the finalization of the road map on legislation reform to improve forest and peat land governance.
Supporting the development of bill of government regulations on land registration and land rights. 

III. REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
 
I. Academic Qualifications:
Bachelor degree, with 3 years of experience in working on legal due diligence e.g. reviewing business licenses of the company, preferably oil/gas companies and/or plantation.  

II. Experience:
Experience in conducting diagnostic assessment on the management and issuance of HGU (Rights to Business Utilization) for plantation companies, legislation reform, and conflict resolution for national parks.; 
Knowledge on the issues of environment and community development. Knowledge on REDD+ would be an advantage but not essential; 
Ability to produce (bilingual) written material, targeting a wide-range of stakeholders;
Ability to understand the differences and similarities of a wide range of social groups.
Sound experience in managing a team and conducting on the management and issuance of HGU (Rights to Business Utilization) for plantation companies, legislation reform, and conflict resolution for national parks

III. Language Requirements:
Fluent in spoken English and Bahasa Indonesia.

IV. Competencies:
Corporate Competencies:
Demonstrates integrity by modelling the corporate’s values and ethical standards;
Promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals of organization;
Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability; and
Treats all people fairly without favouritism.
Functional Competencies:
Knowledge Management and Learning:
Promotes knowledge management in organization and a learning environment in the office through leadership and personal example; and
Actively works towards continuing personal learning and development in one or more practice Areas, acts on learning plan and applies newly acquired skills.
Development and Operational Effectiveness:
Ability to conceptualise issues and analyse data;
Ability to coordinate the work of others;
Ability to implement new systems (business side), and affect staff behavioural/attitudinal change;
Good knowledge of Results Management Guide and Toolkit; and
Ability to demonstrate good knowledge on Climate Change and/or REDD+ issues.
Management and Leadership:
Builds strong relationships with clients, focuses on impact and result for the client and responds positively to feedback;
Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude;
Demonstrates openness to change and ability to manage complexities;
Leads teams effectively and shows mentoring as well as conflict resolution skills; and
Demonstrates strong oral and written communication skills.
Other Requirements:
In addition to the scope and output, the incumbent will be required to undertake other ad hoc tasks that may arise during the contract period. These tasks should not impede on the incumbent’s ability to meet contractual obligations/deliverables.
All materials and other intellectual property produced while working under contract including, but not limited to, documents, presentations, white papers, photographs and other media, will remain the property of the REDD+ Taskforce and are required to be submitted to WG Coordinator for archiving.
This assignment will require extensive communications with stakeholders from different locations and in different circumstances and, with this in mind, it may be necessary to accommodate some irregular working hours.

IV. EXPECTED RESULTS

No Deliverables Due Date
1 Report on bilateral meeting between REDD+ Agency/UKP4 with National Land Agency (BPN) on the discussion of the output of the assessment. 
Draft of Minister of Law and Human Rights Decree on the establishment of the team for the finalization of the road map on legislation reform to improve forest and peat land governance.
Report on Parallel Discussion Forum “Aligning Indonesia’s REDD+ Legal Framework with International Best Practices by Baker & McKenzie and Cambridge University.”
Draft MoU between REDD+ Agency and Riau and Aceh Provinces September 2014
2 Develop the Terms of References on coordination meeting between ministries/institutions to discuss the implementation of the assessment’s action plan.
Report on Minister of Law and Human Rights Decree on the establishment of the team for the finalization of the road map on legislation reform to improve forest and peat land governance.
Develop the Terms of References on the finalization of the road map on legislation reform to improve forest and peat land governance (ministerial level).
October 2014 
3 Report on coordination meeting between ministries/institutions held to discuss the implementation of the assessment’s action plan.
Report on bilateral coordination meeting between UKP4/REDD+ Agency and Ministry of Law and Human Rights to discuss the ToR of the finalization of the road map on legislation reform to improve forest and peat land governance.
Develop the Term of References on focus group discussion to discuss the bill of government regulation on land registration (amendment of Government Regulation No. 24/1997 on Land Registration) November 2014
4 Report on coordination meeting between ministries/institutions held to discuss the implementation of the assessment’s action plan.
Report on coordination meeting of the finalization of the road map on legislation reform to improve forest and peat land governance (ministerial level).
December 2014
5 Report on progress of the implementation of the assessment’s action plan.
Develop the Terms of References on focus group discussions to disseminate the assessment’s action plan to the private sectors. 
Report on Socialization to gather input from relevant ministries and institution for the bill of government regulation on land registration (amendment of Government Regulation No. 24/1997 on Land Registration).
January 2014

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Lowongan Kerja di Yayasan Transfair Indonesia (YTI): Koordinator Program

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L O W O N G A N K E R J A

Yayasan Transfair Indonesia (YTI) adalah LSM lokal yang berdomisili di Bali sejak 2007 yang 

memberikan dana bantuan kepada berbagai proyek-proyek lokal bagi LSM di Bali, Flores dan Sumba 

yang bertujuan untuk meningkatkan kehidupan masyarakat marjinal. 

Pada tahun 2014 YTI akan mengembangkan cabang di Sumba untuk mengimplementasikan sebuah 

program pemberantasan malaria di Kabupaten Sumba Barat Daya. Program ini sesuai dengan program 

nasional “Gebrak Malaria” yang sedang di implementasikan oleh Dinas Kesehatan SBD. Dengan 

demikian YTI akan berkolaborasi erat dengan pemerintah daerah, dinas kesehatan dan fasilitas 

kesehatan, serta perwakilan masyarakat, aktor lokal dan LSM- LSM dengan tujuan untuk menurunkan 

angka kesakitan dan kematian akibat malaria di Kabupaten Sumba Barat Daya. 

Untuk mengoperasikan program ini kami membuka lowongan kerja untuk: 

Koordinator Program

Durasi kontrak : 2 tahun (dengan kemungkinan untuk diperpanjang kontrak)

Sebagai Kordinator Program Anda menjadi perwakilan utama dari YTI di Sumba dan bertanggung 

jawab untuk menangani seluruh program, pelaksanaan, pemantauan serta evaluasi program malaria 

di Kabupaten SBD. Anda akan mengembangkan YTI sebagai organisasi mandiri, menyeleksi dan 

mendampingi staf nasional. Bersama tim, Anda akan mengembangkan berbagai kurikulum pelatihan, 

mengorganisir dan memfasilitasi pelatihan-pelatihan, lokakarya-lokakarya dan pertemuan-pertemuan, 

serta mengarahkan tim dalam proses pemberdayaan masyarakat. 

• Manajemen program malaria; pengembangan program, implementasi serta pemantauan sesuai 

dengan rencana proyek dan anggaran. 

• Mengembangkan koordinasi erat dengan pihak eksternal; pemerintah daerah, dinas kesehatan 

dan lintas sektor, fasilitas kesehatan, perwakilan masyarakat dan aktor lokal serta LSM – LSM di 

Sumba, maupun internal dengan pengurus YTI.

• Pengkajian informasi dasar (baseline) dan menganalisa data kesehatan serta evaluasi 

pencapaian-pencapaian. 

• Memenej tim kerja; merekrut dan menyeleksi, latihan dan supervisi staf, evaluasi kinerja staf, dll.

• Manajemen keuangan; anggaran, laporan akuntansi, mengontrol cash flow, transfer keuangan 

• Administrasi dan laporan2: menindaklanjuti prosedur registrasi yayasan, kegiatan administrasi 

program dan staf serta menulis laporan-laporan kepada pengurus Yayasan. 
• Logistik; mengurus akomodasi kantor dan peralatan, transportasi, komunikasi dan berbagai 

• Berpengalaman selama 5-10 tahun tentang manajemen program 

• Berpengalaman dalam manejemen sumber daya manusia dan menciptakan kondisi yang kondusif 

untuk meningkatkan kapasitas staf. 

• Karakter pribadi: fleksibel, berkomitmen, mampu kerja secara mandiri di wilayah dengan 

sumber-sumber yang terbatas, pendengar yang baik, komunikasi yang lancar, peduli terhadap 

pemberdayaan masyarakat dan memiliki minat untuk belajar konsep-konsep yang baru. 

• Pendidikan: minimal sarjana dengan jurusan yang relevan (bidang kesehatan, sosial, pendidikan, 

• Pemahaman tentang konsep kesehatan yang komprehensif serta mampu menganalisa data 

• Berpengalaman dalam penggunaan metode partisipatif dan mendampingi proses pemberdayaan 

• Berpengalaman untuk memfasilitasi materi pelatihan-pelatihan dan lokakarya-lokakarya.

• Memiliki pemahaman terhadap kebudayaan dan konteks sosial-politik di Sumba Barat Daya. 

• Mampu berkomunikasi dalam bahasa Sumba dan Inggris baik lisan maupun tulisan.

Jika Anda tertarik dan memiliki persyaratan yang dimaksud, silakan mengirimkan surat lamaran 

dan CV Anda ke kantor Yayasan Harapan Sumba, Jalan Bandara, Tambolaka atau melalui email ke 

petrawisse.hai@gmail.com sebelum 27 Juli 2014.
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USAID-IUWASH: SHORT TERM – WATER DISTRIBUTION NETWORK SPECIALIST

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The Indonesia Urban Water Sanitation and Hygiene (IUWASH) project is a sixty-month program (2011 – 2016) 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.

To achieve the above, assistance provided by the project is divided under three main technical components, including: 
  1. Mobilizing demand for WatSan service delivery; 
  2. Improving and expanding capacity for WatSan service delivery; and
  3. Strengthening policy and the financial enabling environment for improved water supply and sanitation service delivery.
IUWASH will apply different approaches and interventions with its local partners, such as local Water utilities, local and national government institutions, NGOs and communities to address water, sanitation and hygiene. To achieve these objectives IUWASH need high caliber incumbent to fill the positions of

Name of Position: WATER DISTRIBUTION NETWORK SPECIALIST
Job Code: WDNS-TNG
Type of Employment: Short Term Technical Assistance (STTA)
Total Level of Effort: 50 days LOE
Location: Tangerang

Background STTA Assignment

Under Partnership of Agreement between The Government of Kabupaten Tangerang with IUWASH, mentioned that Government of Kabupaten Tangerang and IUWASH share common roles in an effort to improve urban water and sanitation. One of the common role is IUWASH provide technical assistance to Perusahaan Daerah Air Minum  Tirta Kerta Raharja (PDAM TKR) Kabupaten Tangerang, an entity that owned by The Government of Kabupaten Tangerang. One of assistance that can be provided by IUWASH is the study of distribution pipe network analysis in Service Areas 1, 2 and 3.
PDAM TKR has 120,780 customers (March 2014). PDAM TKR plans to increase service coverage and develop services in Service Areas 1, 2 and 3, where customers are mixed from low-income communities, housing estates and commercial customers. In these areas, PDAM TKR will increase about 24,000 customers. For the above plan, the addition of water capacity will be required. The addition of watercapacity will be filled by uprating of 300 liters/second of the WTP Cikokol (from 1,275  liters/second will be uprated to1,575 liters/second). The WTP uprating will be implemented and financed by private partner of PDAM (PT. Tirta Kencana Cahaya Mandiri).
With the large increase in the number of customers and also with low pressure and high in NRW number (35%) condition, it would require a study of distribution pipe network analysis in Service Area 1, 2 and 3. This study will be conducted to determine the ability of the existing piping network conditions in areas of study related to additions of 24,000 customers. This study is also to determine what steps needed to reduce the number of NRW. PDAM TKR is committed to implementing what will be recommended by the study. PDAM TKR will finance it with its own funds.
Objectives
To optimize the planning and development of existing primary and secondary distribution pipeline network of PDAM Tirta Kerta Raharja Kabupaten Tangerang in Service Area 1, 2 and 3 in anticipation ofadditional 24.000 customers and to support their plans to increase production capacity of water, so the water distribution services to customers can be improved and better to meet the applicable standard ofgood quantity, quality, continuityand water pressure.

SCOPE OF WORK
The scope of work of this activity consists of:

1.     Task I : Preparation
·      Conduct preliminary discussions with IUWASH and PDAM TKR Kab. Tangerang  in order to prepare a work plan and report of the preliminary work
·      Prepare a detailed work plan (inception report)
·      Make coordination, initial discussions and give presentations about the implementation of the work plan to the management/technical team of PDAM TKR Kab. Tangerang.

2.     Task II : Data Gathering
Collect secondary and primary data related tothis work, including an overview of the data of Service Area 1, 2 and 3 PDAM TKR Kab. Tangerang, the existing water supply system, including raw water sources, production units and reservoir, pipelinesystems and data on transmission/distribution pipelines, existing service areas,number of customer/ house connections, volume of current production and distribution, volume of water sold and non-revenue water, regional developmentplans for service expansion, waterproduction units, zoning services, system/distribution pipelines, as built drawings of the distribution pipelines, etc.

3.     Task III : Evaluation and Analysis on the Existing Distribution Pipeline Network
·      Analysis of water production and distribution of water and the number of connections and water usage in each service area in Service Area 1, 2 and 3
·      Conduct analysis of non-revenue water
·      Develop criteria to be used in this study, including the criteria for primary and secondary piping system, water flow rate and minimum and maximum water pressure in the primary and secondary pipes, etc.
·      Evaluate the ability of existing distribution pipeline and discharge, velocity andresidual water pressure in pipelines, primary and secondary pipe usinghydraulic analysis
·      Evaluate existing zoning system(if any)
·      Evaluate condition of existing distribution pipes, includingpipe material type, age / condition of the pipe, the diameter and length of pipe, pipe and otherlocations as needed within the material consideration in determining the need for the pipes to be replaced/rehabilitated
·      Evaluate the number of Non-Revenue Water (NRW)
·      Evaluation of completeness of the available as built drawings on distribution pipelines
·      PrepareInterim Report

4.     Task IV : Plan for Optimalization and Development of Primary & Secondary Distribution Pipeline
·      Plan the optimalization and development of existing primary and secondary distribution pipeline for the period of 15 years ahead, or at least in accordance with the plan period for utilization of production unit in question.
·      Plan the zoning distribution system each service area in Service Area 1, 2 and 3 to be in the most efficient manner
·      Make projection on number of population served and number of connections in each service area in Service Area 1, 2 and 3.
·      Make analysis of capacity and service area during the planning period
·      Provide calculation of hydraulic distribution pipelines. Distribution pipe network hydraulic calculation should be done several times in accordance with the plan of distribution pipeline stages of development (eg calculated for every 5-year based on water demand), so that the development of distribution pipeline network can be done in stages while still meeting the requirements of hydraulic calculations
·      Provide steps needed to reduce the number of NRW
·      Develop plans and program development pipeline stages of primary and secondary distribution, including the type of activity, location and volume of activity, unit price, cost estimates and implementation plan year

In the preparation of this program the followings needs to be described in detail:
-       Pipe replacement (where, what material, diameter, length of pipe)
-       Laying new pipeline
-       Block renovation
-       etc

5.     Task V : Preparing Program Plan and Cost Estimate
At this stage the consultant shall develop a program plan and stages of development for the primary and secondary distribution pipeline, including types of activity, location and volume of activity, unit price, cost estimates and year-by-year implementation plan. In the preparation of this program the followings needs to be described in detail:
-       Pipe replacement (where, what material, diameter, length of pipe)
-       Laying new pipeline
-       Block renovation
-       etc
In addition, in this stage the consultant is expected to
·      Prepare the Draft Final report
·      Make Presentation on the Final Report to PDAM TKR Kab. Tangerang.

6.     Task VII : Report Finalization
·      Prepare their final report as the revision on the Draft Final Report based on input and feedback during the presentation and discussion of the Final Report

7.     Task VII : General
·      Regularly coordinate with PDAM TKR Kab. Tangerang and if necessary shall be together with IUWASH team
·      Maintain coordination with IUWASH team, especially the Urban Water Specialist
QUALIFICATION
·         A university degree in Environmental or Civil Engineering
·         At least 8 years of relevant professional experience in urban water supply with strong focus on planning, design, operation & maintenance, analyzing of technical matters, particularly on water distribution pipeline network
·         Understand how to operate EPANET software
·         Strong English writing and speaking skills
·         Experience with USAID or other donor programs is highly desirable.

APPLICATION SEND
Interested applicants are invited to send a complete application with 3 references to IUWASH.recruitment@gmail.com by latest 2 (two) weeks of the advertisement. Please write the job CODE in the subject line of the email. We regret that we are unable to acknowledge receipt of all applications and only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

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Job Opening WVI: Sponsor Relation & Product Enhancement Coordinator (SRPEO)

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World Vision is one of the world’s largest international Christian humanitarian aid organizations.

World Vision Indonesia partners with local humanitarian foundation Wahana Visi Indonesia to implement its programs in more than 40 Program Offices across 9 provinces. World Vision has been  working in Indonesia for more than 50 years and focusing programming effort on health, education and economic development across transformational development, humanitarian emergency affairs and advocacy ministries. We are also part of an active NGO consortium in the areas of advocacy, child protection, health, community empowerment and disaster management.

World Vision Indonesia is currently seeking the following position :

Sponsor Relation & Product Enhancement Officer (Code : SRPEO)

Location : Jakarta

Major Roles:

This position is responsible to support the overall World Vision Indonesia ministry through Sponsorship Operation Service particularly in bridging communication between sponsors through Support Office with children, family and community through Area Development Program (ADP) to bring transformation for all parties involved in the process. This position is responsible to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of communication mechanism and process both in National Office and ADP, building capacity of ADP team and developing guidelines that contribute to the achievement of WVI Indonesia Strategy Mandate Priority in respect to existing policies and standards.


Qualifications:

- Bachelor Degree
- Fluent in English (TOEFL: 500) 
- Good computer literacy & communication skills
- Good analytical thinking and creative
- Ability to manage day to day tasks to meet deadline with minimum errors 


Submit your application with updated CV not later than August 06, 2014 to :
Human Resource Department World Vision Indonesia
recruitmentindonesia@wvi.org 
CV must be completed with recent photograph & identity card
Please mention the following format in e-mail subject: Sponsor Relation & Product Enhancement Officer (Code: SRPEO)

As a child focused organization, WV is committed to the protection of children & doesn’t employ staff 
whose background is not suitable for working with children. All employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of all applicable background checks.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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