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PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION OFFICER (PAO)

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Habitat for Humanity is a global nonprofit, Christian housing ministry. We seek to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness from the world, and to make descent shelter a matter of conscience and action. In Indonesia, Habitat for Humanity Indonesia as the national foundation currently operates regular programs across 8 provinces and in some other areas for disaster response programs.

Habitat for Humanity Indonesia is now seeking some professionals who have willingness to involve in social work and NGO world to fill the following position. Ideal candidates should be Indonesian, who are strong qualified personality with excellent leadership, managerial, and interpersonal skills. Fluency in English, both verbal and written, is an important prerequisite.

PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION OFFICER (PAO)

Based in jakarta

To perform high level administrative projects and processes in order to ensure smooth program internal communication, maintain tracking systems and databases necessary to run best of class programs.

Responsibilities:

    Maintain project record details, including upgrading database with all current projects & programs, monitoring & evaluation, and other reporting requirements
    Compile & consolidate statistics and portfolio reports
    Compile and consolidate program annual budget
    Compile month branch income statements as well as balance sheet for program review
    Administer and process with Finance Department fund transfer completion
    Deliver the funds to the field report
    Coordinate with Resource Department in regard to (global) volunteer schedule and budget
    Compile volunteer finance and implementation reports from branch
    Maintain electronic filing on Program Shared Drive
    Handle travel and accommodation coordination
    Develop minutes of meeting
    Handle expense claims
    Assistance to COO as required
    Support in all program administration needed
    Maintain filing of Program Database

 Qualification:

    Candidate must possess at least a Diploma or Bachelor's Degree in any field
    Required skill(s): maintain record details, compile & consolidate statistics and portfolio reports, monitoring & evaluation, and other reporting requirements
    Outstanding communication and be highly organized
    Awareness of cross cultural issues effecting organizational development
    Strong initiative and ability to work both independently and as part of a team
    Intermediate level user in Microsoft Office programs, word processing, spreadsheets, PowerPoint Presentations
    Required language(s): English, Bahasa Indonesia
    Fresh Graduate or having minimum 1 years in the related experience
    Preferably staff (non-management & non-supervisor) specializing in Clerical/Administrative Support or equivalent
    Full-time position(s) available


Please send your resume with a covering letter by indicating the position title in the subject email and briefly explaining how your experience is relevant to this position by e-mail to: recruitment@habitatindonesia.org


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PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION OFFICER (PAO)

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Habitat for Humanity is a global nonprofit, Christian housing ministry. We seek to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness from the world, and to make descent shelter a matter of conscience and action. In Indonesia, Habitat for Humanity Indonesia as the national foundation currently operates regular programs across 8 provinces and in some other areas for disaster response programs.

Habitat for Humanity Indonesia is now seeking some professionals who have willingness to involve in social work and NGO world to fill the following position. Ideal candidates should be Indonesian, who are strong qualified personality with excellent leadership, managerial, and interpersonal skills. Fluency in English, both verbal and written, is an important prerequisite.

PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION OFFICER (PAO)

Based in jakarta

To perform high level administrative projects and processes in order to ensure smooth program internal communication, maintain tracking systems and databases necessary to run best of class programs.

Responsibilities:

    Maintain project record details, including upgrading database with all current projects & programs, monitoring & evaluation, and other reporting requirements
    Compile & consolidate statistics and portfolio reports
    Compile and consolidate program annual budget
    Compile month branch income statements as well as balance sheet for program review
    Administer and process with Finance Department fund transfer completion
    Deliver the funds to the field report
    Coordinate with Resource Department in regard to (global) volunteer schedule and budget
    Compile volunteer finance and implementation reports from branch
    Maintain electronic filing on Program Shared Drive
    Handle travel and accommodation coordination
    Develop minutes of meeting
    Handle expense claims
    Assistance to COO as required
    Support in all program administration needed
    Maintain filing of Program Database

 Qualification:

    Candidate must possess at least a Diploma or Bachelor's Degree in any field
    Required skill(s): maintain record details, compile & consolidate statistics and portfolio reports, monitoring & evaluation, and other reporting requirements
    Outstanding communication and be highly organized
    Awareness of cross cultural issues effecting organizational development
    Strong initiative and ability to work both independently and as part of a team
    Intermediate level user in Microsoft Office programs, word processing, spreadsheets, PowerPoint Presentations
    Required language(s): English, Bahasa Indonesia
    Fresh Graduate or having minimum 1 years in the related experience
    Preferably staff (non-management & non-supervisor) specializing in Clerical/Administrative Support or equivalent
    Full-time position(s) available


Please send your resume with a covering letter by indicating the position title in the subject email and briefly explaining how your experience is relevant to this position by e-mail to: recruitment@habitatindonesia.org


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Deputy Chief of Party for USAID Scholarship and Training Program

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The Institute of International Education (IIE) seeks a Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) for the Program to Extend Scholarships and Training to Achieve Sustainable Impacts (PRESTASI) 3, USAID-funded program in Indonesia.  PRESTASI 3 is a five-year, $27M USAID-funded project that seeks to support individuals and institutions to acquire the knowledge, skills, and capacity to contribute to the achievement of development objectives in Indonesia, primarily through short- and long-term training in the U.S.


Position Description
The DCOP will support the Chief of Party to oversee project activities to ensure high quality, timely delivery of all contractual obligations and achievement of project results. S/he will support the COP on overall technical and operational management of the project, including overseeing effective monitoring and evaluation, outreach, and communication activities.

This is a five-year position based in Jakarta, with an estimated start date of October 2014.

Principal Responsibilities
·         Assist the COP to provide overall management and strategic vision, develop and update annual work plans, and ensure high quality, timely delivery of all contract deliverables.
·         Support the COP to develop and oversee the implementation of long-term and short-term operational and programmatic work plans.
·         Ensure integration of all technical program areas – including outreach and recruitment, international training, and monitoring and evaluation – and maximize the use of available project resources.
·         Oversee the implementation of the performance monitoring plan and supervise program monitoring and evaluation.
·         Support the COP to develop and implement marketing strategies to promote the program among academic communities, private sector, and non-government sectors in the U.S. and Indonesia.
·         Serve as Acting Chief of Party in the absence of the Chief of Party when required.
·         Perform other duties as assigned by the Chief of Party.

Qualifications
·         At least 10 years of experience in development programming at the national and/or international level; experience implementing scholarship programs with bilateral/multilateral development agencies and/or non-profit organizations highly preferred.
·         At least seven years progressively responsible experience managing USAID- or similar donor-funded projects, including managing client relationships.
·         Experience overseeing the implementation of project work plans, operations, as well as managing diverse teams.
·         Strong networks with related stakeholders, including GOI, universities, local and international NGOs/CSOs, media and private sector entities.
·         Ability to coordinate diverse groups and engage in interpersonal contact with a wide variety of internal and external constituencies.
·         Advanced degree or Bachelor’s degree with equivalent managerial experience; and
·         Excellent oral and written communication in English and Bahasa Indonesia.

Application Instructions
To apply, please send your CV to IIEcareers@gmail.com and specify “DCOPin the subject line.

Qualified Indonesian nationals are encouraged to apply. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and only qualified candidates will be contacted.

About IIE
IIE is among the world’s largest and most experienced international exchange organizations, dedicated to increasing the capacity of people to think and work on a global and intercultural basis. Founded in 1919 as an independent, not-for-profit organization – and working with Indonesian partners since 1982 – IIE is committed to delivering program excellence to a diverse range of participants, sponsors, and donors. For more information, visit www.iie.org. 

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Finance Manager for USAID Scholarship and Training Program

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The Institute of International Education (IIE) seeks a Finance Manager for the Program to Extend Scholarships and Training to Achieve Sustainable Impacts (PRESTASI) 3, USAID-funded program in Indonesia.  PRESTASI 3 is a five-year, $27M USAID-funded project that seeks to support individuals and institutions to acquire the knowledge, skills, and capacity to contribute to the achievement of development objectives in Indonesia, primarily through short- and long-term training in the U.S.


Position Description
The Finance Manager will be responsible for overseeing project finances and operations in the field office accordance with relevant USAID rules and regulations and in line with IIE’s financial and administrative management policies. The Finance Manager will serve as a direct point of contact in the field office for IIE’s DC-based team to manage reporting and analyses of the project budget(s) required by USAID/Indonesia.

This is a five-year position based in Jakarta, with an estimated start date of October 2014.

Principal Responsibilities
        Establish and maintain financial management and accounting control systems for training expenditures by development objective, earmarks, and government co-funding.
        Maintain strong internal policies and processes to provide timely, consistent, and accurate financial and budget management.
        Prepare and submit monthly pipeline analyses and accrual reports to USAID/Indonesia.
        Direct cost containment efforts and other cost-effectiveness initiatives for PRESTASI 3.
        Establish and maintain subcontract management procedures and provide financial and compliance oversight of subcontractor(s).
        Manage internal control processes, procurement, audit, and other operational and administrative functions.
        Provide and/or arrange financial analysis services related to institutional diagnoses, training, planning, and evaluation.

Qualifications
·         University degree in accounting, finance, business administration, or similar field.
·         At least five years of progressive management experience in financial management/project administration, preferably on USAID programs of similar size; additional experience in project operations and/or subgrant/subcontract management preferred.
·         Experience in establishing and managing project financial and accounting systems, monitoring budgets, preparing and managing monthly financial statements and forecasts, and maintaining cash flow projections; and
·         Demonstrated knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Federal Acquisition Regulations, and USAID rules and regulations.
·         Advanced knowledge and experience with accounting software.
·         Excellent oral and written communication in English and Bahasa Indonesia.

Application Instructions
To apply, please send your CV to IIEcareers@gmail.com and specify “Finance Managerin the subject line.

Qualified Indonesian nationals are encouraged to apply. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and only qualified candidates will be contacted.

About IIE
IIE is among the world’s largest and most experienced international exchange organizations, dedicated to increasing the capacity of people to think and work on a global and intercultural basis. Founded in 1919 as an independent, not-for-profit organization – and working with Indonesian partners since 1982 – IIE is committed to delivering program excellence to a diverse range of participants, sponsors, and donors. For more information, visit www.iie.org. 

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Public Relation & Media

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Qatar Charity Indonesia is currently seeking:

    Position : Public Relation & Media
    Duty Station : Jakarta
    Report to : Country Director

Duties and Responsibilities:

    Public Relation
        Coordinating, supporting and managing relationships with partner organizations, government officials, civil society and private sector.
        Creating awareness to the public on the role and functions of Qatar Charity as well as providing proactive public relations, media liaison, conferences, and enhancing the image of Qatar Charity.
        Providing innovative and creative solutions to sensitive strategic public communications issues.
        Advocacy and promotion of Qatar Charity mandate, mission and purpose.
        Monitoring all public comments about Qatar Charity, its public relations activities and managing stakeholder relationships.
        Communicates sensitively and effectively across different constituencies.
        Displaying effective management of the communications.
    Media
        Produce advocacy and communications materials (including Newsletters, Brochures, Posters, Banners, Print ads and Photographs).
        Manage the website by regularly updating information and vet all information posted publicly, in content.
        Monitor the organization publicity profile while keeping records of the same.
        Facilitate and play a lead role in the implementation of the QCI communication strategies for the diverse population.
        Act as the contact point for media enquires, gather information from other teams and referring media requests to other colleagues; having briefed them on how to manage enquiries.
        Identify stories and issues that best highlight QCI programs and advocacy objective to pro-actively push to regional, national and international media.
        Use events such as press conferences, events, media interviews and briefings. identifying media spokespersons and as media officer as required in line with agreed communication plans and priorities.
        Provide strategic media advice and develop and implement innovative and effective media strategies in line with QCI objectives.
        Identify gaps and provide media training, resources and skills development in order to build long-term communications capacity.
        Work with team to source and distribute stories, photographs, audio and film that support media relations objectives.
        Work with the team to produce and distribute a daily record of QCI media coverage, using search engines, cuttings services and information supplied by others in QCI.
        Review the impact of QCI media activity against agreed performance targets, and to help inform future media strategies and activities.
        Establish, develop and maintain good relations with target media contacts and with staff across QCI, particularly those closest to the stories, to help achieve QCI programs and advocacy objectives in India.
        Collate and organise data and information.
        Handle reception desk and in-charge of logistics at press conferences & meets
        Perform other tasks as required.

Requirements:

    University degree in subject related public relation and media.
    Minimum experience three (3) years in public relation and media sector.
    Verbal and written skills both English and Bahasa Indonesia is a must. Arabic literate will be an advantage.
    Maximum 35 years old.
    Having good communication skill.
    Having good writing skill.
    Having good research skill.
    Having a wide media networking will be an advantage.
    Having a good skill in preparing and creating presentation, report and other pulishing material both in English and Bahasa Indonesia.
    Having a good understanding of the printing process.



Please send your application to HRD Qatar Charity - Indonesia Office

By email : hrd@qcharityid.org

By post : Jl. Pengadegan Barat Raya No. 19, Pancoran, Jakarta 12770

“Application for Public Relation & Media” should be written as a subject of your e-mail.

This vacancy is open to Indonesian Nationality only. Only applicants selected for an interview for the position will be contacted and QCI will not receive any phone calls during the selection process.
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TTI Development Specialist – Banten

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ABOUT EDC

Education Development Center (EDC) is one of the world’s leading nonprofit research and development firms. Established in 1958, EDC designs, delivers and evaluates innovative programs to address some of the world’s most urgent challenges in education, health, and economic opportunity. Our services include research, training, educational materials, and strategy, with activities ranging from seed projects to large-scale national and international initiatives.


PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The Indonesia Prioritizing Reform, Innovation, Opportunities for Reaching Indonesia’s Teachers, Administrators, and Students Project (PRIORITAS) is a 5-year project (2012-2017) funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The USAID PRIORITAS project in Indonesia focuses on capacity building and quality improvements for teacher training institutions (TTI) and pre-service teacher training providers. The USAID PRIORITAS will build the capacity of MONE, MORA and pre- and in-service teacher training organizations to coordinate; plan and train The USAID PRIORITAS will support teaching improvement at the primary and junior secondary level, especially in early grade reading (EGR), math and science. The USAID PRIORITAS will strengthen provincial, district and local training for improved school governance and management of financial and human resources, so that these resources will directly support learning outcomes and will ensure that staff development can be sustained. The USAID PRIORITAS will work to strengthen TTI capacity through programs which address the needs of curriculum and course content, training lecturers in improved pedagogy and strengthening teacher practicum courses.

SUMMARY

The Teacher Training Institute (TTI) Development Specialist is responsible for the provincial co-ordination and implementation of activities under the PRIORITAS Component 1; Improved Teacher Training. The TTI Development Specialist will communicate regularly with university partners to ensure co-operation and active participation in all TTI project workshops and activities. He/she will ensure work plan activities are completed according to national and provincial schedules and with a focus on quality outcomes. The TTI Development Specialist will support university teams in the creation and adaption of quality training materials and curriculum resources for use in pre-service and in-service teacher training activities. The Specialist will oversee workshop training and activities associated with implementing improved curriculum content and practicum interventions which connect theory with practice. He/she will also contribute and participate in project in-service teacher training activities.

TTI Development Specialist reports to Teaching and Learning Advisor. This position is located in: Banten, Serang, Indonesia.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Under the overall direction of the Teaching and Learning Advisor, the TTI Development Specialist will undertake the following:

• provide leadership and oversight for the delivery of Component 1 activities, especially those related to Improved Teacher Training, and supervision of all EDC staff in the provincial office.
• exercise budgetary oversight and contractual compliance for Component 1 expenditures in the province;
• work to ensure seamless coordination and consistency with Components 2 and 3 policies, procedures, communications, and activities;
• coordinate strategic planning activities with provincial TTIs;
• work with TTI leaders in identifying professional development needs of TTI faculty and collaborate with PRIORITAS partners in shaping professional development activities;
• ensure a regular presence within TTIs and maintain ongoing contact with rectors, deans, and faculty to ensure effective communication of programs and outcomes;
• organize and implement provincial partner and consortia meetings twice per year to strengthen networking and professional development;
• design technical Terms of Reference for designated work plan activities. Assist Operations Managers to develop a workshop activity budget.
• identify and assist provincial TTI faculty who will participate in module development teams and in DBE 2 Refresher, PRIORITAS, and PRIORITAS Replication training teams;
• participate in MONE/MORA events relevant to shaping national policies and programs for in-service and pre-service education if requested;
• lead the process to identify TTI needs for facilities, equipment, and/or materials to be provided through PRIORITAS or leveraged through other sources;
• lead, in tandem with the Provincial Coordinator, other Component and district education specialists, the selection process of MONE and MORA model and lab schools in conformance with PRIORITAS selection criteria
• lead the implementation of training of best practice and lab schools as per work plan requirements;
• work with TTIs in shaping policies and procedures for the support for improved practicum receiving PRIORITAS support;
• work with the provincial M&E and Performance Evaluation specialist in data collection, analysis, and reporting for results and indicators pertinent to TTIs;
• collaborate with the Jakarta-based Communications team to gather information from TTI activities for PRIORITAS communications products;
• Provide Monthly Activity Reports to Jakarta office
• Complete any other tasks as requested and/or approved by the Teaching and Learning Advisor.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
• Bachelor's Degree or equivalent with 11-13 years related experience, or
• Master’s degree or equivalent with 7-8 years relevant experience;
• Experience in managing educational activities, especially for teacher training;
• At least 5 years of experience working in an international organization or agency;
• Ability to manage multiple tasks while attending to details, follow through and efficiency;
• Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work under pressure;
• Experience working with a USAID funded project is a plus;
• Excellent writing and verbal communication skills in Bahasa Indonesian and English.

This is a local Banten, Serang, Indonesia position. The salary, currency and benefits (if applicable) follow EDC’s Indonesia policies and standards. There is no relocation available with this position
APPLICATION CONTACT AND DETAILS TO APPLY

Applicants should apply to prioritas-hire@edc.org not later than 26 September 2014
Materials s/he should include (CV or resume, recruiting contact (email/cell phone number).

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview. Applicants must clearly list how s/he can be contacted. Three references are required and should be included in the CV.
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Job Title: Full-time researcher

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JOB VACANCY

Job Title: Full-time researcher


Background
The Habibie Center is expanding its ASEAN Studies Program and developing programs and research related to ASEAN and its three pillars of politics-security, economy and socio-culture:
As part of this endeavor, a team of researchers will be required to fulfill our main activity outputs:
·         Produce regular policy papers on a bimonthly basis on ASEAN Issues;
·         Organize regular public dialogues on a monthly basis on ASEAN Topics;
·         Organize international seminars on ASEAN issues


As part of its core team, The Habibie Center plans to hire a full-time researcher.
Location: Jakarta, Indonesia
Duration: 8 months (starts September, 2014), full time (5 days or 35-40 hours per week).
(extendable based on performance and project progress)

Responsibilities:
·      Conduct research, collect data and manage information related to ASEAN issues as determined by the core team under the senior supervisor and project coordinator;
·    Produce bimonthly policy briefs (in English) that are current, analytical and comprehensive on ASEAN issues determined by the core team;
·       Organize regular public dialogues on ASEAN issues determined by the core team. Tasks include preparing Terms of References, identifying and inviting speakers, and producing discussion reports of the public dialogues;
·       Actively attend/represent The Habibie Center in ASEAN-related forum and events in Jakarta and the region;
·    Write Op-Eds on current ASEAN issues and submit to national newspapers (in English and Bahasa) on a regular basis;
·         Assist The Habibie Center with other activities/events when the need arises.

1.       Requirements:

·       Minimum undergraduate (Bachelors) degree in social science, economy, or international relations. Candidates with relevant background are strongly encourage to apply;
·      Familiarity with ASEAN is a must. Demonstrate strong knowledge on regional economic integration issues, especially in the ASEAN region. Up-to-date with the general news and events in ASEAN. Knowledge of international relations issues concerning ASEAN and their partners is an advantage;
·      Previous working experience in a similar role, and specifically experience in writing policy briefs, academic articles and op-ed (in English) that deals with qualitative and quantitative data (especially economic/trade/financial statistics);
·         Strong research, written (English and Bahasa Indonesia), analytical, and organizational skills;
·         Fluent Indonesian and English language skills;
·   Experience working with a variety of stakeholders, including local research organizations, governments and NGOs;
·         Integrity, professional discretion and ability to interact effectively with diverse partners.

Send your CV, cover letter and writing samples to natassa@habibiecenter.or.id (via e-mail only – applications sent via other than e-mail will not be accepted) no later than Monday 22 September 2014. (Only shortlisted candidates will be notified)
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Webmaster for REDD Indonesia Website

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Webmaster for REDD Indonesia Website
Information and Communications Group (Ref. 1434)
Bogor, Indonesia
 
 
The Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) is a nonprofit, global research organization dedicated to advancing human well-being, environmental conservation and equity.
 
We conduct research that enables more informed and equitable decision making about the use and management of tropical and sub-tropical forest landscapes. We help policy makers and practitioners shape effective policy, improve the management of tropical forests and address the needs and perspectives of people who depend on forests for their livelihoods. Our multidisciplinary approach considers the underlying drivers of deforestation and degradation which often lie outside the forestry sector: forces such as agriculture, infrastructure development, trade and investment policies and law enforcement.
 
CIFOR is looking for
Webmaster for REDD Indonesia Website
 
 
Overview
 
REDD Indonesia website (www.redd-indonesia.org) is a bilateral cooperation of CIFOR with the Forestry Research and Development Agency (FORDA) of Ministry of Forestry (MoF). The main aim website development is to share information and knowledge including raise awareness of latest progress REDD+ implementation in Indonesia.
Officially launched on April 2011, the website had been visited by almost 6000 viewers across archipelago and had become one of important reference about REDD+ progress in Indonesia. Thus, the need to expand the website feature is urgently needed to ensure the content is updating on daily basis.
CIFOR recruits a webmaster to manage, maintain day to day REDD Indonesia.org content including to ensure the new version of operating system that is Joomla ver. 2.5 running well. 
 
 
Summary of responsibilities
 
Under the supervision of a team of web FORDA and CIFOR, webmaster will help preserve Indonesia's REDD website uses version 2.5 application Joomla., With the following tasks:
 
  • Ensure the website runs fine
  • Ensure server connection to the webserver runs well
  • Creating a reliable security system and handle the website if there is a security breach
  • Website back up on a regular basis
  • Improve the features and appearance as needed when needed
  • Manage user settings / permissions
  • Help update website content
  • Help update content of the DA-REDD
  • Help replying questions on the guest book and e-mail REDD-I
  • Helping to improve the dissemination of website visits
  • Creating web management reports (number and updated material, the performance of web admin, etc.) and transaction website (traffic statistics, download, read news, etc.) each month.
  • Knowledge sharing to FORDA staff on how to manage website.
 
 
Requirements
  • A minimum of Diploma degree in Information Technology or related field, Bachelor’s degree is preferred.
  • Comprehensive experience in developing applications based on Joomla and PHP
  • Good skills and knowledge of web servers, databases, php, javascript
  • Master the basic use of Photoshop
  • Able to understand English
  • Can work with the parties involved in the development of REDD Website
 
 
Terms and Conditions
  • This is a consultancy position.
  • The appointment will be for a period of 9 months
  • The duty station will be at CIFOR Headquarters in Bogor, Indonesia.
 
Application process
  • The application deadline is 12 October 2014
  • We will acknowledge all applications, but will contact only short-listed candidates.
 
To apply, please visit our career site at www.cifor.org/careers/#CONSULTANCY
 
To learn more about CIFOR, please visit our website at http://www.cifor.org
 
 
CIFOR is an equal opportunity employer. Staff diversity contributes to excellence.
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Consultancy at UNICEF

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UNICEF Indonesia welcomes applications from qualified candidates for the terms of reference below.

Interested applicants should submit electronically their application letter, complete curriculum vitae,
updated P11 form accompanied by copy of advanced university degree and/or any other relevant
university certificates, degrees, etc. addressed to:
(Please quote the reference number for which you are applying for in the subject line:
VR-14-048 National Consultant: WASH Coordination and Monitoring Consultant
 
Closing date: 26 September 2014
 
 
UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages
qualified female and male candidates from all religious and ethnic backgrounds, including
persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization.
 
VACANCY REFERENCE: 14-048
Title: National Consultant: WASH Coordination and Monitoring
Consultant
Type of Contract: SSA (Special Service Agreement)
Duty Station: Jakarta
Contract Duration: 6 months (with possible extension, not exceeding 11 months)
 
 
Please indicate the expected fee (lump sum or monthly rate). Application without proposed fee
may not be considered.
 
SUMMARY OF THE CONSULTANCY:
 
The incumbent will be dedicated to support the Sub-Direktorat Kelembagaan dan Peserta Didik,
Direktorat Pembinaan Sekolah Dasar, Ministry of Education and Culture, oversight on the progress of
 
 
WASH program implementation. The incumbent will be working under partnership of Ministry of
Education and Culture and UNICEF, particularly the School Sanitation Program.
The incumbent will have the key role to link National to Province and District on progress and advise on
and set up integrated coordination and monitoring and reporting systems in regards to the School
sanitation Programs. Providing advice and input to the stage of planning, implementation, monitoring
and reporting system for the School Sanitation Programs supported by UNICEF.
He/ She will have key role to contribute the development of program Sekolah Dasar Bersih dan Sehat at
Nasional, Province, District and school level.
 
The incumbent will be managed by the Head Sub-Direktorat Kelembagaan dan Peserta Didik, Direktorat
Pembinaan Sekolah Dasar, Ministry of Education and Culture with matrix reporting line to the UNICEF
WASH.
 
 
Deliverables (expected final products are underlined)
 
To initiate and support the coordination mechanism among School Sanitation Program stakeholders,
 
i.e. through the Pokja AMPL secretariat, STBM secretariat. The monthly or quarterly activity plans
contains of coordination events, schedule and budget needed will be provided and proposed to the
supervisor cc-ed to UNICEF.
 
 
 
To support the preparation of ‘Pokja Sanitasi Sekolah’ development at national level, as well as
initiates the follow up action plan, i.e. socialization and running this Pokja. A concept for Pokja
Sanitasi Sekolah will be developed for follow up.
 
To contribute the good coordination among the Province facilitators with District facilitators in
order to achieve the objective of School Sanitation Program supported by UNICEF. The monthly or
quarterly activity report contains will be provided and submitted to the supervisor cc-ed to UNICEF.
 
To support the UNICEF WASH team at national level in planning and implementation of School
Sanitation Program. Ensuring the quarterly activity plan is developed, the consultant recruitment,
attending the meetings and workshops, actively participate in the regular meeting at Ministry of
Education and Culture as well as in UNICEF. The Officer will provide the monthly or quarterly
activity plan.
 
To work closely with the UNICEF Program Assistant in providing activity report for the budget
liquidation process in every quarter. The activity report attached with the supporting document will
be provided based on the requirement.
 
To do monitoring and evaluation program including to conduct the field trip to the UNICEF School
Sanitation Program areas. The Officer will provide the monitoring report submitted to the
supervisor and cc-ed UNICEF, at least one field trip every quarter.
 
To do data or information analysis i.e. RISKESDAS, EMIS, SUSENAS. To identify the challenges,
opportunity in regards to the School Sanitation Program at National and Sub-National level. To
generate the report at the end of the year on critical trends and gaps and in relation to the
operational approach being used
 
Liaise with key/resource institutions for developing a monitoring network – critical gaps in process
and monitoring report shared with Bappenas and UNICEF by end of year
 
PROFILE OF THE IDEAL CANDIDATE:
 
Advance University degree from Education Science or Advance University degree from Public Health
and familiar with statistic science/practice
 
Has minimum 3 years working experiences in Public Health and WASH program, i.e. Percepatan
Pembangunan Sanitasi Permukiman (PPSP), Usaha Kesehatan Sekolah (UKS) and Sanitasi Total
Berbasis Masyarakat (STBM).
Good knowledge and experience National Regulation in regards to the School Sanitation
Knowledge, ability to use computer, MS office including graphics (Corel Draw or Photoshop) is
essential.
 
Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to speak and writing in English.
Capacity in facilitating, supporting, advising, influencing and capacity building skills.
Ability to work independently without any secretarial support.
Should be updated on development issues, social policies, economic issues, and have the ability to
liaise with various departments, institutions, NGOs and experts.
 
Ability to establish good working relationships; analysis and negotiating skills – will be additional
advantages.
 
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CIFOR Job Vacancy: 1429 – Legal Officer

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Legal Officer
Director General’s Office (Ref. 1429)
Bogor, Indonesia
 
 
The Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) is a nonprofit, global research organization dedicated to advancing human well-being, environmental conservation and equity.
 
We conduct research that enables more informed and equitable decision making about the use and management of tropical and sub-tropical forest landscapes. We help policy makers and practitioners shape effective policy, improve the management of tropical forests and address the needs and perspectives of people who depend on forests for their livelihoods. Our multidisciplinary approach considers the underlying drivers of deforestation and degradation which often lie outside the forestry sector: forces such as agriculture, infrastructure development, trade and investment policies and law enforcement.
 
CIFOR is looking for
Legal Officer
 
Overview
 
Under the supervision of the Project Systems Manager, the Legal Officer will provide effective and efficient legal expertise and support in all aspects of CIFOR’s institutional operations. This will [GM1] [SK(2] include fields such as Intellectual Property (IP), contracts, organizational, corporate and international law.
 
Summary of responsibilities
 
CIFOR’s institutional agreements and policies:
  • Draft, negotiate and/or revise agreements (Host Agreements [HA], Memorandum of Understanding [MoU], Letters of Agreement with Donors and Partners [LoA], Non-Disclosure Agreements [NDA], Licensing Agreements, etc.) on behalf of CIFOR [GM3] [NLP(4] with partners.
  • Build and maintain the IP database in the Project Management System based on all CIFOR’s LoAs with donors and partners.
  • Oversee the compliance and governance of all agreements with CIFOR, donors and CGIAR policies and requirements.
  • Provide advice and guidance to staff members in order to build capacity, leverage knowledge and ensure effective and consistent intellectual asset management at CIFOR (e.g. by developing legal and intellectual asset management tools and models in areas such as licensing, public-private partnerships).
  • Keeping abreast of legal and policy developments at national, regional and international levels, and provide updates and advice on relevant developments in law.
  • Provide legal advice related to IP as required: open access, copyright, research data management and data protection, trademarks, patents, access and benefit sharing, farmers’ rights, traditional knowledge, etc.
     
     
     
 
CGIAR Legal and IP Network (CLIPnet):
    • Represent CIFOR as a member of CLIPnet, together with the Project Systems Manager, keeping CIFOR abreast of the latest CLIPnet developments and activities.
    • Draft the Center’s Intellectual Assets Management Report for review and approval prior to submission to the CGIAR on an annual basis.
 
Other:
  • Provide legal advice and guidance with other units within CIFOR, as required.
  • Other duties as assigned.
 
 
Requirements
 
Education, knowledge and experience
  • Advanced degree in law (LL.B) from a recognized university with knowledge and experience in intellectual property, contracts, tort, etc.
  • Minimum of 5-8 years of experience in international transactions and IP in the agricultural/biological field.
  • Excellent knowledge of intellectual property law and licensing as applied to agriculture and environment.
  • Demonstrate a good grasp of relevant laws including, but not limited to, laws governing international non-profit organizations; Indonesian law, IP law and related international laws and treaties, labor laws and corporate governance.
  • Experience in negotiating and drafting complex legal agreements and ability to perform work of a confidential nature with a high level of integrity.
  • Excellent communication and reporting/drafting skills in English.
  • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Demonstrated self-direction, judgment, and initiative.
  • Fast learner.
  • Proficiency in relevant software packages (Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
     
 
Personal Attributes and Competencies
  • Competent in personal organization and priority setting, with the ability to work effectively under time pressure and manage multiple priorities.
  • Have initiative and capable of working independently as well as an effective team player.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to effectively interact with people in a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural environment.
  • Experience working with a wide and diverse network of groups and individuals.
  • Proactive, target driven and diligent.
 
 
Terms and Conditions
  • This is a nationally recruited position. CIFOR offers competitive remuneration commensurate with skills and experience.
  • The appointment will be for a period of 2 years, including a 6 months probationary period, with the possibility of extension contingent upon performance, continued relevance of the position and available resources.
  • The duty station will be at CIFOR Headquarters in Bogor, Indonesia.
 
 
Application process
  • The application deadline is 5 October 2014
  • We will acknowledge all applications, butwill contact only short-listed candidates.
 
To apply, please visit our career site at:
http://www.cifor.org/careers/#NATIONALSTAFF
 
To learn more about CIFOR, please visit our website at:
http://www.cifor.org
 
 
CIFOR is an equal opportunity employer. Staff diversity contributes to excellence.

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