GIZ: Technical Professional - Jakarta

The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH is an international cooperation enterprise for sustainable development with worldwide operations. Its corporate objective is to improve people’s living conditions on a sustainable basis. GIZ has been working in Indonesia since 1975 on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).

Indonesia has played an important role in various international stages. As an active member of the G20, the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) and the High-Level Panel on the Global Development Framework beyond 2015, the country has taken responsibility in shaping global policies. Considering that Germany and Indonesia have engaged in global and also have a long standing partnership in development areas, both countries shall continue to join forces to achieve their shared interests. The network of global development partners is one vehicle where responsibilities and knowledge can be shared between the relevant partners.

In this regard, Indonesia has a long tradition of South-South and Triangular Cooperation. The National Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJMN) 2015-2019 mandated the enhance Indonesia’s role in the South-South and Triangular Cooperation (SSTC) by consolidating the regulatory frameworks, and institutional framework, including coordination among the related institutions. Indonesia is currently working on the process to reform the governmental structures and procedures of SSTC.

To further improve the coordination and also to develop binding standards for the related institutions in implementing their programs in SSTC, a National Coordination Team (NCT) has been established. This team comprises the Ministry of National Development Planning/Bappenas (Kementerian Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional/Bappenas), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Kementerian Luar Negeri), the Ministry of Finance (Kementerian Keuangan) and the Ministry of State Secretariat (Kementerian Sekretariat Negara).

Indonesia is actively involved in the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) as well as in the formulation of new global development goals (post-2015). It is furthermore within the framework of the G20 that the Indonesian government has placed topics that are relevant for the country. Within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Indonesia is recognized as a leading force. The country is to become active as a donor in less developed countries.

We seek a qualified Indonesian candidate as a:

Technical Professional (for SSTC NGG Project)

Responsibilities 
  • manages an area of responsibility that forms part of the project objectives, team agreements and/or agreements with the superior in the area of SSTC and NGG; 
  • assists project initiatives to provide professional advisory services to and cooperate with a broad range of target groups in the area of SSTC and NGG; 
  • supports the partner to develop a concept in the area of SSTC and NGG; 
  • innovation and knowledge management; 
  • implements daily operational aspects of all issues related to the project; 
  • process technical aspects and further developing the area of responsibility in accordance with the specified quality standards; 
  • maintain of a good flow of communication and information between all involved institutions and counterparts and GIZ; 
  • Ensures that the project office runs smoothly. 
Tasks
Advising the partner institution(s)
  • assists the planning, development and monitors the implementation of project plans and activities in close consultation with project partners and/or implementing agencies in Indonesia, Myanmar and if necessary other countries;
  • contributes to preparing and implementing the coordination process, joint project activities on national and international level, including Myanmar;
  • deals with the design, preparation and implementation of workshops, seminars and other events on issues connected with the project/programme’s area of activity;
  • develops and organised quality assurance measures and suggests necessary changes, improvements and initiatives;
Networking and cooperation 
  • supports cooperation, regular contact and dialogue with partners, relevant national and international organisations, non-governmental agencies and individuals in the project/ environment and with other projects in Indonesia, Myanmar and other countries to improve and maintain good working relationships;
  • communicates local interests and efforts, forwards these and encourages sharing ideas and information for the benefit of the project/programme;
  • develops and maintains contact with all important stakeholders;
  • provides technical assistance to local, regional and international experts and related stakeholders;
  • ensures knowledge management: collects, processes and distributes relevant information, monitors communication and interaction between government institutions, NGOs and society through analyses of the media, direct dialogue, participation in meetings and seminars etc.
Knowledge management
  • ensures knowledge transfer to project information;
  • documenting the entire process in the project to become knowledge product;
  • develops ready-to-use strategies and technical concepts, including guidelines, manuals and procedures;
  • draws up reports and presentation documents;
  • prepares appropriate input for various project/programme reports including annual reports, and contributes to the other reports required by the programme manager and GIZ Head Office;
Coordination tasks
  • assists with general project planning and develops project concepts including preparation, organisation and moderation of planning exercises and their implementation, management, monitoring and evaluation, quality management, evaluation, communication and documentation in close consultation with project partners and/or implementing agencies in Indonesia, Myanmar and if necessary other countries;
  • coordinates relevant project activities at local level in consultation with the manager and in cooperation with the partners, both as regards implementation and preparing organisational aspects;
  • compiles the relevant information for joint activities and assignments;
  • handles order management on behalf of GIZ (e.g. offer preparation, impact monitoring, project progress review, reporting).
Other duties/additional tasks
  • Performs other duties and tasks at the request of management.
Required qualifications, competences and experience
  • Masters/MSc/MA in International Development Studies or Public Policy or area that is related to the project objectives;
  • At least ten (10) years professional experience working in/with and/or providing technical assistance to governmental and/or international organizations;
  • At least five (5) years professional experience on developing monitoring and evaluation systems and familiar with Indonesia Development Cooperation;
  • Previous professional experience abroad, including Europe, US and/or Asia is an asset;
  • Previous experience in providing on training an asset;
  • Excellent interpersonal and negotiation skills and ability to liaise and communicate effectively with governments;
  • Solid knowledge of German Technical Assistance is an asset;
  • very good working knowledge of ICT technologies (related software, phone, fax, email, the internet) and computer applications (e.g. MS Office);
  • Excellent written and oral knowledge of Bahasa Indonesia and English;
  • working knowledge of German is an asset;
  • willingness to up skill as required by the tasks to be performed –corresponding measures are agreed with management;
  • strong managerial and organisational competence;
  • willingness to travel (abroad) regularly;
Duty Station: Jakarta
Expected Joining Date: a.s.a.p.
Direct Supervisor: Principal Advisor 

Interested candidates should submit a motivation letter, CV, trainings attended and list of references (a must), addressed to recruitment-indo@giz.de. The closing date to submit the application letter is on 17 September 2016.

Please indicate your application by putting the following code in the subject line: SSTC NGG – Technical Professional

Please name your file as follow format: 
[Your Complete Name]_[Motivation Letter/CV/Latest Education Certificate] 

Only short-listed candidates will be notified.

SATUNAMA: Training and Consultancy Officer - Yogyakarta

Satunama Foundation is a national non-government organization based in Yogyakarta. It aims to strengthening people and community as part of civil society, where civil society, government, and business are cooperating without any domination for future welfare Indonesia society in the economy, social, culture, and politic.

Title : Training and Consultancy Officer
Location : Yogyakarta
Report to : Head of Training and Consultancy Unit
Duration : long-term commitment 

Functional context
The Training and Consultancy Officer position (especially for Business Market) is part of Training and Consultancy Unit in Satunama. This unit is contributing on sharing knowledge, not only based on Satunama experiences but also based on the development of the substances itself. The primary process of this position is following the common project cycle, especially for training and consultancy process.

Result Areas
  • Contract management: Administers clients and implementation (assignments) contracts in terms of ‘rights and obligations’ to comply with, include preparing, directing, designing, and monitoring planning and implementation of the project.
  • Project development: Developing services according to Satunama strategic planning and according to partners need.
  • Financial resilience: Financial independent.
Knowledge, experiences and competencies
  1. Relevant education level of working and thinking.
  2. Relevant work experience: minimum 5 (five) years, include at least 2 (two) years in management level.
  3. Expertise in finance and working with external customers.
  4. Work experience in multicultural environment.
How to apply?
Please submit your CV and a cover letter to hrd@satunama.org no later than September 16th, 2016.
As the “subject” of your email, please mentioned Application_TC_name
Please note, that only shortlisted candidates will be notified early October.
For more information about Satunama, visit https://www.satunama. org/

NATURE CONSERVANCY: Fundraising Team Leader and Fundraising Associates - Jakarta

FUNDRAISING TEAM LEADER
 
The Fundraising Team Leader leads, manages and motivates a fundraising team to generate funds through direct dialogue fundraising technique. S/he monitors the performance of the fundraising team and gives feedback and recommendations. S/he plays an active role in the overall target achievement of the team. S/he ensures that the team has detailed project campaign information and that fundraising efforts are done within TNC standards. S/he trains, coaches, set targets and manages the team by doing the following:
  • Check in one-on-one with team members regularly and as necessary to ensure they are feeling comfortable and supported in their respective roles
  • Conduct regular training sessions with team members in the class as well as in the field
  • Set daily objectives for each Fundraising Associate and monitor its progress.
  • Conduct coaching and counseling to Fundraising Associates
  • Brief and debrief the team each day, rewarding good work and addressing areas of concern
Qualifications:
  • 1 year direct sales experience (ideally in regular giving) or equivalent combination.
  • Excellent direct sales skills.
  • Experience in providing training.
  • Experience in conducting coaching and counseling.
  • Experience with relevant technology such as Microsoft Suite needed for communications, constructing reports and managing calendars.
  • Experience providing administrative or project support.
  • Great communication skills
  • Passionate in environment and conservation issues
FUNDRAISING ASSOCIATES

The Fundraising Associates work to contact potential supporters in the community to raise money, gain commitment to TNC’s vision and mobilize action to achieve ecological sustainability. They generate funds through the face to face fundraising technique and communicate effectively to donors/sponsors regarding TNC’s activities, as trained during the induction process.

Qualifications:
  • With direct sales experience (ideally in regular giving) or equivalent combination.
  • Excellent direct sales skills.
  • Experience liaising with people at all levels.
  • Excellent communication and persuasion skills.
  • Goal oriented/Proven record of achieving financial targets and KPIs.
  • Passionate in environment and conservation issue
Please send your CV and application letter to recruitment.indo@tnc.org, not later than September 7, 2016. Visit www.nature.or.id to learn more about The Nature Conservancy Indonesia.

TFT: No Exploitation Program Manager - Jakarta

The Forest Trust (TFT) is a global non-profit membership organization that helps companies and communities deliver responsible products. Our members are international retail and manufacturing companies committed to sourcing responsibly-produced products, meaning products that respect the environment and improve people’s lives. Since 1999, TFT’s main focus has been to provide solutions to the issues of deforestation and the empowerment of forest dependent communities through market-based incentives. We act on the ground internationally in forests, farms and factories to help resource managers learn best management practices. We are active at key stages of the supply chain, providing unrivaled technical, traceability and communications support also concern in the exploitation of people as huge issue in global supply chain. We currently have offices in 15 countries and employ more than 90 people worldwide. For more information on TFT, please visit our website: www.tft-earth.org.

NO EXPLOITATION PROGRAM MANAGER

Description:
TFT Indonesia is seeking a Senior Level Manager to help identify develop and deliver practical solutions to the issue of exploitation of workers in global supply chains. Information on TFT’s work to date in this area can be found here. The candidate should have a strong social auditing background with a comprehensive understanding of Indonesian labor issues and laws, related policies and practices, including child labor, wages and contracts, ethical recruitment, health and safety, etc., as well as excellent skills in engaging with/advising stakeholders and in producing high quality reports in English. Ideally the candidate will have experience working with informal supply chains. The candidate should be articulate in English and Bahasa Indonesia, well-organized, practical and solutions-driven.

The position is full-time and based in TFT’s Jakarta Office with frequent travel required.

Reports to: TFT Indonesia Senior Management Team and TFT Global NoEX Coordination Team
 
Key Roles and Responsibilities
  • Manage a team of TFT staff to assess companies’ labor standards delivery and provide practical solutions, tools, actions and recommendations to support companies along their “transformation journey.”
  • Jointly with TFT’s Centre for Social Excellence (CSE), develop workshops for TFT member company staff to improve their labor standards in accordance with TFT’s No Exploitation principles and the companies’ own policy commitments.
  • Raise awareness of labor issues/workers’ rights policy commitments among our member partners’ suppliers, and gauge suppliers’ willingness and capacity to improve their operations in accordance with the policy.
  • Support suppliers to develop guidelines and standards in accordance with the member company’s policy and based on TFT’ No Exploitation principles.
  • As part of TFT’s global team of experts on labor issues, develop tools and resources to support both TFT teams and our member partners along each step of TFT’s VTTV approach—Values, Transparency, Transformation and Verification.
  • Prepare, review and/ or approve reports related to field work.
  • Internal monthly progress reporting on all works described above.
Special Conditions:
  • Staff are often required to work outside office hours to fulfill the duties of employment.
  • This position will require regular meetings, often with executives and senior managers of large, multi-national corporations, as well as extensive travel throughout Indonesia to visit palm oil plantations and forests. The ideal candidate is prepared to work in both corporate and field settings.
Qualifications:
  • Senior auditor accredited by RSPO/ISPO. SA8000 highly desirable.
  • Fluent in English and Bahasa Indonesia
  • Minimum seven years relevant professional working experience.
  • Experience managing a multi-disciplinary and multicultural team.
  • Strong reporting and interpersonal skills.
  • Bachelor’s degree. Master’s degree highly desirable.
  • In-depth understanding of Indonesian labor regulations.
  • In-depth understanding of key issues related to workers’ rights in Indonesia (e.g., use of short-term contracts, minimum wage, health and safety issues), as they relate to specific industries (palm oil and pulp and paper in particular).
  • Palm oil and NGO experience highly desirable.
  • Must be able to translate strong audit background to the TFT approach – TFT does not audit its members but supports them along their journey to becoming more socially and environmentally responsible.
Please send your resume and cover letter in English to : e.kusumastuti@tft-earth.org cc to m.riastri@tft-earth.org
 
Please indicate the Job Code ‘NO-EX PROGRAM MANAGER’ in the subject of your email.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. No phone inquiries will be accepted.Closing date: September 30th, 2016

NATURE CONSERVANCY: Community Development Coordinator - Berau

The Nature Conservancy Indonesia has been supporting the improved natural resource planning and management in Indonesia for 25 years, including working with the government, private sector and local communities. For the past five years, the organization has been supporting the development of the Berau Forest Carbon Program (BFCP), one of the key jurisdictional-based green development in Indonesia. TNC is in the process of significantly expanding its support for green development to other provinces in Indonesia, including West Kalimantan and is entering into a strategic partnership for high conservation value (HCV) area management. The purpose of this partnership is to ensure effective conservation and improved community livelihood through transformation of corporate practices. For the implementation of this partnership, we are looking for:

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR
Based in West Kalimantan

The Community Development Coordinator plays a key role in implementing the management of HCV which includes the following functions:
  • Implement sustainable management approach of HCV area and integrate the management of this area into a wider area management (using landscape-based management approach);
  • Establish a management institution, including to ensure legality of the management institution, to manage the HCV area.
  • Work closely with our partner to strengthen local community institutions in managing their natural resources (including to mentor and develop capacity of community in managing the HCV area) and improve community livelihood (including the development of community enterprises) by means applying SIGAP approach;
  • Develop a multi-stakeholder forum to oversee the management of the HCV area, as necessary;
  • Work closely with and mentor our partner on the management of HCV area and community engagement, as necessary;
  • Develop and maintain close partnership with key stakeholders (such as relevant community, government officials of relevant villages, sub-districts, and district government agencies, private sectors, and NGOs) to support smooth implementation of the partnership, including to hold regular dialogues with these key stakeholders to inform, update, and consult on progress of the partnership;
  • Involve in community development works as necessary.
The Community Development Coordinator reports to the Partnership Manager.

Qualifications:
  • BA/BS degree in biology, ecology, natural resources management and 5 years’ experience in conservation practice or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Experience in community outreach, communications, landscape ecology and working with diverse community members and partner organizations.
  • Knowledge of land management conservation practice and conservation science.
  • Ability to explain conservation practices to technical and non-technical audiences.
  • Knowledge of current trends and practices in conservation, land management, and natural resource preservation.
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team, and experience in coordinating multiple projects.
  • Experience in developing partnerships (partners, community, and government).
  • Entrepreneurship mindset.
  • Experience working in Kalimantan.
  • Negotiation skills.
  • Completing tasks independently with respect to timeline(s).
  • Excellent communication skills via written, spoken in English.
Please send your CV and application letter to recruitment.indo@tnc.org, not later than September 14, 2016. Please insert the position title you are interested to apply on the subject line. Visit www.nature.or.id to learn more about The Nature Conservancy Indonesia Program.

PALLADIUM: Senior Associate for Project Operations - Surabaya

Company Overview
Palladium develops and delivers solutions that create positive impact for communities, businesses, societies and economies. We transform lives and create enduring value by working with governments, corporations and non-profit organisations. Palladium is built on the idea that progress will be supported by four key pillars:
  • International Development
  • Strategy Execution Consulting
  • Impact Investment
  • Training and Events
We create positive impact through more than 100 current projects with more than 2000 employees operating in over 90 countries.

Palladium is a child-safe organisation, and screens applicants for suitability to work with children. Wealso provide equal employment to all participants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, veteran or marital status.

Project Overview and Role
Palladium develops and delivers solutions that create positive impact for communities, businesses, societies and economies. We transform lives and create enduring value by working with governments, corporations and non-profit organisations. We create positive impact through more than 100 current projects with more than 2000 employees operating in over 90 countries.

Tertiary Irrigation Technical Assistance (TIRTA) is one of the suite of programs of AIP-Rural working in eastern Indonesia. TIRTA is aimed at increasing access to water resources for small holder farmers. The program's goal is to increase the net income of 10,000 poor farmers by 60% through the improvement of the efficiency and technical and economic viability of tertiary irrigation projects.

Two Associate, Project Operations positions have become available to provide operational support to this water management program in the agricultural sector.

Responsibilities
  • Support project start-up and closeout
  • Support the development and presentation of internal and external reports
  • Conduct periodic compliance checks on processes and internal controls
  • Manage and support contract amendments as required
  • Liaise with and respond to requests from clients
  • Coordinate project finances - invoices, reconcile, report, allocate project codes
  • Monitor expenditures and ensure the financial calendar is adhered to
  • Support on human resources and recruitment coordination and contracting
  • Other duties as assigned
Requirements
  • 2+ years project coordination or administrative experience
  • Sound problem solving and decision making skills
  • Financial acumen and the ability to interpret and analyse financial reports
  • Understanding of project coordination
  • Confidence in dealing with a number of different stakeholders
  • A relevant Bachelor's degree
  • Willingness to travel and work abroad
Applications will be closing on 15th September 2016. To apply for this role, please click the link below: https://palladiumhr.secure.force.com/recruit/fRecruit__ApplyRegister?vacancyNo=VN1558

ICCO: Communication and Fundraising Officer - Denpasar

About ICCO
ICCO Cooperation is a Dutch organization with 50 years of experience and global presence of five regional offices. The regional office in South East Asia implements programs in Myanmar, Indonesia, Philippines, Cambodia and Vietnam. Together with our partners from the public and private sector ICCO works towards a just and dignified life for all, by promoting opportunities for economic empowerment and inclusive development. Responsible and inclusive growth is connected to ICCO’s two core principles: Securing Sustainable Livelihoods and Justice & Dignity for All. Our regional office is based in Denpasar, Indonesia.
 
The aim of ICCO’s current program is to empower men, women and youth so they can fulfill their economic, social and civil rights. To successfully alleviate poverty, injustice and exclusion we cooperate with civil society stakeholders, public institutions and the private sector. ICCO focuses on empowering rural poor and excluded people by connecting them to inclusive and sustainable value chains, to generate income and to improve their food and nutrition security. We do this with a broad range of value chain actors including CSOs, producer organizations, local small and medium enterprises, international companies and financial institutions. In its economic development programs, ICCO improves productivity, works towards fair prices for smallholders, and lobbies together with partners for a better enabling environment.

Purpose of the job
The communication and fundraising officer is responsible for the promotion of the organization and its projects within the region, with the purpose to generate more visibility and support resource mobilization for the regional office. For this position the C&F officer will be actively involved in 3 programs: EU program on Business & Human Rights in Indonesia, Geodata for Agriculture program in Indonesia and Geodata for Agriculture Vietnam (75% of total hours).

Responsibilities
Communication
  • Is aware of current regional themes and communication methods. Signals and determines chances and possibilities for lobby and promotion of the organization within the region.
  • Develops the corporate communication strategy of the organization to a regional communication strategy and integrates it with the annual plan. Proposes and develops communication guidelines, activities and tools to support the regional programs. Tunes the communication strategy with the regional staff.
  • Proposes and designs suitable communication material for specific (external funded) programs which include EU program on Business & Human Rights in Indonesia, Geodata for Agriculture program in Indonesia and Geodata for Agriculture Vietnam and other ICCO projects in the region.
  • Collects and selects the correct information, adjusts it to the goals and the target group. Coordinates the development, production and publication and evaluates the quality and effectiveness of different communication methods.
  • Advises and supports colleagues and partner organizations with the correct implementation of communication instruments, optimized for the goal, target group and the strategy and branding guidelines of the organization.
  • Takes initiatives to give advices on communication expressions used within the region, to increase the chance of connecting with regional stakeholders.
Fundraising
  • Supports / coordinates / manages proposal development in cooperation with team members and consultants.
  • Brings in new resource mobilization opportunities for the ICCO SEA countries.
  • Brings in new clients from public and private sector (national and international).
  • Manages relationships with financiers from the public and private sector on behalf of ICCO SEA and its partners and maintain strong working relationships to ensure ongoing support.
  • Represents ICCO SEA at internal and external networks.
  • A commercial, result oriented and pragmatic approach.
  • Experience with CSR oriented companies and private sector with a sustainable business model.
Qualifications
  • Degree in Marketing and Communication, Fundraising, Grant management on a bachelors level.
  • At least 3-5 years of relevant working experience in communication, social media and grant writing.
  • Excellent work ethic, excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Fluent in both English and Indonesian.
  • Dynamic interpersonal skills and ability to interact with all levels of management.
  • Proven team player and ability to take decisions independently.
  • Knowledge of the regional context and culture and accepted communication methods.
  • Knowledge of the global international development cooperation sector.
  • Demonstrated experience in proposal development and developing public-private partnerships.
  • Experience with institutional donors like EU, DFAT, DFID, USAID and Dutch government agencies.
  • Willingness to spend much time in the field and work closely with program target groups.
Terms of Employment
The duration of the C&F officer position is 12 months with possibility for extension for at least 2 more years. The ICCO Regional Office South East Asia Terms & Conditions are applicable. We plan to contract the C&F officer as per 1 October 2016, latest 1 November 2016.

Application
For information about the vacancy you can contact Marcella Boss at mobile phone 081282406517. Please send your motivation letter and CV (up to 4 pages maximum and in English) by e-mail before September September, 10 to Nural.Aeni@icco-cooperation.org. When shortlisted, you will receive an invitation. A reference check will be part of the procedure.
 
 ICCO gives an equal-opportunity employment regardless of race, gender, religion, or political affiliations. We invite in particularly people with Indonesian nationality to reply on the job application.

GNI: ICT Officer - Jakarta

About Yayasan Gugah Nurani Indonesia Gugah Nurani Indonesia (GNI), an affiliate of Good Neighbors International, an international humanitarian development NGO in General Consultative Status with the UN ECOSOC (United Nations Economic and Social Council). Gugah Nurani Indonesia provides child education, community development, health, sanitation, and disaster relief programs in 17 CDPs (Community Development Project) and serving 12,086 children. Gugah Nurani Indonesia has missions around the world to ensure the well-being of people in need.

Duty Station
Head Office – Kelapa Gading, Jakarta

Position Summary
Responsible for the activities related to Information Technology (IT) in the organization, involving the definition, development, maintenance and operation of systems, as well as for maintaining the area´s technological level up to date, conducting studies and implementing new procedures and techniques in line with organization policy in order to keep operations running smoothly and efficiently.

Key Responsibilities
  • Develop and implement information technology systems (software) in order to make organization’s operation smooth and efficient.
  • Formulate recommendations in order to increase IT efficiency based on evaluation of current IT infrastructure analysis.
  • Operate and maintain current IT system in the organization in order to provide seamless operational process.
  • Prepare and deliver training programs for employees in order to teach them how to use the organization’s IT system properly.
  • Provide IT services and solutions to GNI employees (troubleshooting, hardware and software issues, etc) in order to provide seamless operation.
  • Develop and implement an overall IT security strategy and ensure that appropriate IT security systems and processes are in place to protect the privacy and integrity of the organization’s information and related intellectual property.
Qualifications
  • S1 / Bachelor Degree; preferably in Computer Science, Software Engineering.
  • Preferably 1+ years of relevant working experiences
  • Minimum 1+ years’ experience in NGO
  • Have a good understanding about information technology systems (software)
  • Good skill in computer use ( Ms Office )
  • Fresh graduate are welcome to apply
  • Fluent in English and Bahasa
How To Apply
Please submit your Application Letter and CV in English.
Submit To Email : hrd@gnindonesia.org
Please fill the subject with this format : Position_Duty Station_Name (Ex: IT_Head Office_Katriin)
Deadline for submission of applications : 12 September 2016
Only the qualified candidate will be proceed
 
For more information please kindly visit our website : www.gnindonesia.org

GAIN: Admin Assistant - Jakarta

Job Title: Admin Assistant, Indonesia
Period: October 2016 - June 2017
Contract Type: Daily/Monthly Rate (non-permanent)
Salary: IDR 5mil per month - negotiable.

The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) is driven by the vision of a world without malnutrition. GAIN is a Swiss-based international organization that mobilizes public-private partnerships and provides financial and technical support to deliver nutritious foods to those people most at risk of malnutrition. The organization is delivering improved nutrition to an estimated 610 million people in more than 30 countries, half of whom are women and children. Nutrition products are as varied as fortified cooking oil in Indonesia, flour in Africa, soy sauce in China and biscuits in India, as well as specialized products for infant and young child nutrition, and interventions to protect the most vulnerable affected by emergencies or chronic illness.

GAIN Indonesia currently seeks an Administrative Assistant in order to support the organization’s programs and daily operations of the Indonesia Office. The position is short term and contract-based / daily rate for now with option to renew if further funding becomes available.

Admin Assistant - Indonesia

The Administrative Assistant will provide support to the Indonesia Office in regards to office administration, procurement and logistics, and provide program support to the Program Associates and Managers. The Assistant will report to the Program Associate. S/he will ensure that administrative support is provided in order to ensure that the overall project milestones and goals are met.

RESPONSIBILITIES
Administrative Assistance
  • Provides assistance to the Indonesia Staff, ensures compliance with GAIN policies and procedures
  • Provides logistical arrangement & support on:
    • meetings with partners and stakeholders at national and international levels
    • event organizing
    • travel and accommodation
    • correspondence
    • document filing/archiving
    • contracting process
    • procurement process, including bidding
    • work permits and registration
    • Liaises with building management and local vendors on operational aspects as required
Finance Assistance
  • Manages petty cash and ensures that relevant documents are kept for all expenses according to GAIN’s Finance Manual.
  • Provides support in creating PurchaseOrders, Cash Advance, Statement of Accounts and other financial reconciliations
  • Prepares accounts payable documents (e.g. invoices, payment requests) for approval
  • Ensures the smooth flow of approval documents, ensuring information transfer to the relevant staff
  • Works with Finance Country and HQ Focal Points to ensure all project related expenses are properly coded to ensure the accuracy of financial reporting
Office Management Support
  • Coordinates with Indonesia Focal Points regarding facilities management of the Jakarta office
  • Oversees transportation and vehicle management
  • Manages procurement as per GAIN’s procurement policy and national standards, liaising with Country and HQ Finance
  • Inputs payments to suppliers, based on approval and authorization by relevant approvers (Country and HQ).
  • Coordinates delivery of goods from suppliers, manages records and keeps a fixed asset registry as per national requirements
  • Ensures timely customs clearing and follow up with government offices
  • Other duties as required by the Country Director
  • Detailed responsibilities/TOR will be sent by request.
SKILLS & ATTRIBUTES
  • Proactive with a commitment to quality and accuracy with close attention to detail.
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational, communication and advocacy skills.
  • Effective oral and written communication skills in an environment requiring diplomacy and good judgment in managing interactions with individuals at all levels inside and outside an organization.
  • Able to prioritize, multi-task, and work well under pressure with frequent deadlines.
  • Reliable and enjoys working in a multi-cultural, cross functional team with flexible and adaptable approach to work.
  • Ability to work without close supervision.
  • Computer literacy with good MS Excel, MS Word, Outlook, and Power Point skills.
  • Fluent written and verbal English and Bahasa Indonesia - Business English competency required.
  • Indonesian citizen and fluency in written and spoken Bahasa Indonesia
  • Flexible and adaptable approach to work.
EXPERIENCE
Minimum Diploma (D3) in administration or accounting or a suitable equivalent.

TO APPLY: Please submit your CV with a cover letter in English explaining why you are suitable for this job to gainindonesia@gainhealth.org latest by 9 September 2016. Please put “CV: ADMIN ASSISTANT” in the subject line of your email.

LWR: Finance and Administration Officer - Canggu

REPORTS TO: Finance and Administration Manager (FAM)
LOCATION: Canggu Bali, Indonesia with travel to project sites
Expected Commence date: September 2016
Contract Period: 18 months with possibility of extension

Lutheran World Relief (LWR), a U.S. based non-profit development organization engaged in seeking lasting solutions to poverty and reducing risk, is seeking an experienced Finance and Administration Officer to be based in Canggu Bali, Indonesia.
 
Under guidance of FAM, the Finance and Administration Officer (FAO) will provide support to finance and administration operations and procedures in line with organizational guidelines and internationally recognized accounting standards. The FAO provides financial, administrative and accounting support to LWR´s office in Indonesia and serves as the focal point for project report and records management in the event of FAM’s absence. Under the guidance of the Finance and Administration Manager and also with a “dotted-line” reporting relationship to Country Director and the Regional Finance and Administration Manager, she/he is supporting FAM in planning, organizing, directing and controlling the financial management and accounting functions of sub-offices operations, as well as the administration of the country office.

Roles and duties:
  • Assists FAM to ensure compliance with accounting practices established by Indonesian law and LWR policy through desk audit and regular visits to partners’ offices and field to perform sub-recipient monitoring tasks. These include observing actual activities, provide training if needed, interviewing Partners staff and communities, examining documentations against records to verify whether transactions are valid, properly authorized and approved, have adequate supporting documentation, and that they are properly coded.
  • Reviews expenses reports from the field ensuring their accuracy (expense classifications/coding, calculations, etc.) and compile a unified monthly financial report. Checks cash and bank balances with bank statements and cash count sheets. Identify issues with field financial reports and coordinate required revisions to ensure the timely consolidation of monthly financial statements.
  • Support ongoing maintenance and filing of supporting documentation, including payment and receipt vouchers, payroll vouchers and related tax documents, bank statements and reconciliation, etc.
  • Enter financial transactions into the Accounts Software under guidance from FAM
  • Timely filing of all taxes including any applicable withholding taxes and returns.
  • Reviews cash advance needs and ensures the estimated costs are adequate, and the expected date of liquidation/clearance is reasonable. Ensures that there is sufficient budget for the planned expenditure.
  • Reviews and finalizes expense reports to ensure that expenditures are valid and consistent with the purpose indicated in the cash advance request, and that they are properly supported.
  • Checks expenses code and ensures their accuracy.
  • Maintain meeting schedules and appointments and make travel arrangements for the staffs
  • Assist the FAM in the coordination of arrangements and logistics for in-country visits by groups and/or headquarters personnel.
  • Assist the FAM in the carrying out of purchasing and procurement processes that adhere to established controls and mechanisms for the purchase supplies, equipment or services. Negotiate and manage contracts with consultants and vendors.
  • Assist the FAM in managing office systems of using office equipment and supplies as well as handling cash, protecting property and sensitive documents.
Required qualifications and CORE COMPETENCIES
  • At least 5 years of finance experience, preferably with an INGO
  • Bachelor Degree in Accounting or any other comparable financial qualification
  • Has knowledge in USAID rules and regulations
  • Familiar in Indonesia tax regulations
  • Excellent written and spoken English
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of QuickBooks
  • Must be dependable, highly organized and have excellent communication skills
  • Be a team player with a positive “can-do” attitude
  • Experience with facilitation of partner financial workshops essential
Please submit your application, expected salary and curriculum vitae to lwrindonesia1@gmail.com placing the job title in the subject line and label for your CV with your name (CV max 300KB size). Please do not include any certification, ID or other documents in you application. Only short listed candidates will be notified. Application submitted later than 7 September 2016 will be not considered.

AAI: Alumni Grants Manager - Jakarta

The Australia Awards in Indonesia is seeking applications for the role of Alumni Grants Manager to be based (fulltime) in Jakarta, Indonesia.

A challenging grants knowledge with alumni management experience position - interested? Please see below:
 
The Program
The goal of Australia Awards in Indonesia (AAI) is to enhance Indonesia's development through the contribution of internationally qualified professionals and a strong and positive relationship with Australia. This will contribute to the overall objectives of the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) development cooperation program in Indonesia.

Key to the success of AAI is engagement with Indonesian alumni of Australian higher education institutions. AAI is supporting DFAT and the Australian Embassy in Jakarta with the development and implementation of a five-year enhanced alumni engagement strategy for Indonesia. This strategy moves beyond previous efforts to solely engage recipients of Australia Awards scholarships to also include those alumni who self-funded their study, short course award participants, and recipients of Government of Indonesia scholarships.

The purpose of the strategy is to enable Australian whole-of-government engagement with alumni who can provide long-term support for Australian business, trade, development cooperation and promote Australian excellence as a global education provider.

The Position
The Alumni Grants Manager will be responsible for effective, efficient and targeted engagement with alumni to support the objectives of the DFAT enhanced alumni engagement strategy, and to support the development and implementation of that strategy.

Working under the supervision of the Alumni and Communications Senior Manager, and as part of a broader team that combines personnel working in the areas of alumni, communications and promotions, the Alumni Grants Manager will contribute to the following work streams:
  • Management of alumni grants
  • The implementation of the Enhance Alumni Engagement Strategy
  • Identification of activities that are critical to achieving AAI outcomes
  • Expansion of the alumni network, in particular to private fee paying alumni
  • Supporting reintegration of alumni upon return from studies in Australia
  • Consolidation of institutional links between alumni, Australian organisations (universities and Government of Australia) through activities in Indonesia and Australia Management and utilisation of alumni databases
The Person
To be considered for this role you will have demonstrated level experience in with alumni engagement and managing the delivery of grants, including oversight of grant policy and ensuring compliance with grant procedures and regulations. She/he should have an experience in project reporting and monitoring and evaluation. And we expect the candidate is familiar with mentoring and supervising staff, ideally in an international development context. The post will need a person with good strategic thinking and analysis preferably in a program management environment. Also demonstrated experience in developing and maintaining effective work relationships. Besides having high level proficiency in spoken, written English and Indonesian, you will need to have good knowledge of Government of Indonesia (GoI) system and approaches and understanding of the Australian higher education sector.

How to Apply
To review the position description and to apply for this opportunity, please visit www.coffey.com<http://www.coffey.com>/careers and search job number 493774.

Further enquiries can be directed to recruitment.indonesia@coffey.com<mailto:recruitment.indonesia@coffey.com>, quoting job number 493774 .

This is a locally engaged position; Indonesian nationals are encouraged to apply.

Applications close: 1700 (Jakarta time) 12th September 2016.

Coffey has a 40 year history in successfully delivering international development projects on behalf of donors right around the world, including Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, USAID and the UK's Department for International Development. Our people work side by side with local partners to support stability, economic growth and good governance, positively changing people's lives.

IUWASH PLUS PROJECT: Business Development Specialist - Jakarta

The USAID Indonesia Urban Water, Sanitation and Hygiene 'Penyehatan Lingkungan Untuk Semua' (IUWASH PLUS) program is a five-year initiative designed to assist the Government of Indonesia in increasing access to water supply and sanitation services as well as improving key hygiene behaviors among urban poor and vulnerable populations. Implemented by DAI Global LLC, IUWASH PLUS works with governmental agencies, the private sector, NGOs, communities and others to achieve the following "high level" results:
  • An increase of one million people in urban areas with access to improved water supply of which at least 500,000 are from the poorest 40% of the population; and
  • An increase of 500,000 people in urban areas with access to an improved sanitation facility and all of whom are from the poorest 40% of the population.
To ensure that improvements in access to WASH services are sustained, IUWASH PLUS is guided by a development hypothesis that focuses on strengthening service delivery systems so they can more effectively reach the poorest and most vulnerable segments of the population. In order to achieve this at scale, IUWASH PLUS undertakes activities through four interrelated components, including: 1) Improving household WASH services; 2) Strengthening city WASH institutional performance; 3) Strengthening the WASH financing environment; and 4) Advancing national WASH advocacy, coordination and communication.

To achieve these outcomes IUWASH-PLUS need high caliber incumbent to fill the position of

Business Development Specialist based in Jakarta Office (JOB CODE : BDS -JKT)

Task and Responsibility:The Business Development Specialist will work under the direction of the WASH Finance advisor / Team lead Component 3 and will be responsible for directing the activities of business development to strengthen small enterprises in the delivery of WASH products. especially for the poorest and most vulnerable people in IUWASH regions. In addition to the above, Business Development Specialist will assist other Components and other IUWASH PLUS staff (both National and Regional level) in micro-finance and related activities that are designed to reducing barriers to household investment in WASH improvements.
 
The tasks and responsibilities of the Business Development Specialist will include, but not be limited to, the following:
  • Support IUWASH PLUS Regional program activities on business development of small entriprises through:
  1. Work closely with regional team (especially WASH Finance Specialist) in identifying local small enterprises of WASH product with the potential to support increased WASH access for poor and vulnerable population
  2. Conduct assessment of selected local WASH entreprises related to their strength and weaknesses in providing WASH products (technical, marketing, operational, management, financial) and
  3. Identify suitable BDS partners and jointly conduct capacity building activities for selected local WASH entreprises following recommendations of the initial assessment leading to improvement of the WASH entreprise business.
  4. Support Component 3 in preparation of IUWASH annual work plans and budgets resulting in agreed action plans, incorporating cost-sharing and /or leveraging of local and National stakeholders.
  5. Engage provincial development banks as platforms for regional WASH investment.
  6. Assisting in micro finance activities to obtain financial support from financing institution, such as development bank or other financial sponsors for WASH improvement
  7. Maintaining regular contact with Regional WASH Financing Specialists, joining regular IUWASH meetings, and providing advice to Regional Managers, WASH Financing Advisor on priority technical issues.
  • Support IUWASH PLUS activities with National stakeholders on strenghtening small enterprises association for WASH products accessible to all activities areas:
  1. Engage Association of Sanitation Entrepreneurs (APPSANI) and agree with them to include IUWASH training modules on management, accounting, and marketing for small WASH contractors; development of business certification standards; and compilation of a product marketing catalogue for APPSANI members.
  2. Engage the Indonesian BDS Association and through them identify suitable BDS firms interested in support micro- small and medium wASH entreprises in IUWASH regions, including capacity bulding on obtianing micro-finance and improved business operation in close coordination with National Coordinator of Microfinance.
  3. Support WASH Financing advisor in the implementation of all activities under Component 3 and ensure strong linkages between Component 3 with other IUWASH PLUS Components, including: Component 1 (Improving household WASH services); Component 2 (Strengthening city WASH institutional performance) and Component 4 (Advancing national WASH advocacy, coordination and communication).
  4. Identify opportunities and support activities to utilize the Local Sustainability & Innovation component to advance increased safe water access to poorest 40% of the population.
  5. Support the IUWASH PLUS M&E team, to implement the monitoring program to assess the quality and effectiveness of IUWASH PLUS interventions on strengthening small WASH entreprises, including direct support, where required, of the Activity Monitoring Plan (AMP)
Deliverables
  • Component 3 inputs into USAID IUWASH bi-weekly, quarterly, annual and final reports as well as annual workplans;
  • Component 3 products (technical and programmatic reports, manuals, event materials, etc.);
  • Articles, reports, publications, and other communications forums, highlighting IUWASH PLUS achievements or any other emerging issue of interest to IUWASH PLUS or USAID.
Minimum Qualification
  • Possess at least a university degree (S1) majoring in Economics or Financial Management.
  • At least 5-years experiences providing technical assistance or as a consultant of small enterprises advising the entire phases of the business cycle including preparation or start-up phase’s activities.
  • Experiences in micro finance in relation to seeking financial source to small enterprise to improve its business.
  • Having experience developing strategic plan and financial projection and other analysis of small business in relation to the development plan.
  • Having experience working with central and local government relating to the small enterprises advocacy would be additional credit points.
  • Able to work independently in limited supervision/facility in his/her designated areas
  • Excellent team player with a range of people, excellent interpersonal skills, with experience in community facilitation, training and organizing work
  • Experience in report writing, preferable in English
Expected Start Date : Available immediately

APPLICATION SEND
Interested applicants are invited to send a complete application with 3 references to IUWASH_plus_recruitment@dai.com before September 9, 2016. 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.

UNIDO: Associate Assessors - (Various Locations)

The National Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production Programme in Indonesia is calling for expressions of interest from suitably qualified Indonesian professionals for participation in a combined training and demonstration programme in Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) with particular focus on application in metal products sectors. The associate RECP assessors will receive intensive training in RECP methods and techniques and will be coached in applying these in selected metal products enterprises to qualify as RECP industry assessor.

The programme targets metal products industries in Central Java area (Semarang, Magelang, Klaten, and possibly Tegal) and West Java area (Cikarang and/or Karawang). These could include foundry, casting, forming, machining, assembly, surface finishing and electroplating operations for ferrous and/or non-ferrous metals.

Participating Associate Assessors will receive training in international best practice methods and practices for conducting RECP assessments in enterprises. Suitably qualified training participants will be offered an opportunity to undertake RECP assessments in nominated companies under the guidance of international experts. Upon successful completion of such RECP assessments, they would qualify for Cleaner Production Award for experts from the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).

The training and demonstration programme takes place within the framework of the Indonesian RECP Programme which is implemented by UNIDO in partnership with the Ministry of Industry and the Ministry of Environment and Forestry and with funding support from the Government of Switzerland. It is aimed at fostering the uptake of RECP methods, practices, technologies and policies, through capacity building, industry demonstrations, and policy advice. RECP is based on the application of preventive environmental management and total productivity concepts to manufacturing and other sectors, in order to achieve efficient use of natural resources (materials, water and energy), minimization of the generation of wastes and emissions, and reduction of chemical and industrial risks (www.crecpi.itb.ac.id).

Candidates for the Associate Assessors positions should have demonstrable knowledge and industrial experience in industrial, process and/or environmental engineering and/or production or business management, and be familiar with the operation of small and medium industries in Indonesia, preferably including metal products industries. Researchers and lecturers with demonstrable interest and commitment to act as industry assessors are also welcome to apply. Each associate assessor is expected to execute RECP Assessments in metal products industry with provisional workload of about 25 days over 6 months period (tentatively 8 times visit to industries). English proficiency at professional level is highly desired.

Expressions of interest, including brief professional profile or CV, should be forwarded to r.vanberkel@unido.org as CTA with copy to Mr. Moch Iqbal, National Programme Manager at m.iqbal@unido.org by no later than September 13th, 2016.

SEA PROJECT: Communication and Outreach Specialist - Jakarta

OverviewThe Indonesia Sustainable Ecosystems Advanced (SEA) Project is a five-year contract that supports the Government of Indonesia to conserve biological diversity and improve the governance of marine resources at local, district, provincial and national levels. By using an ecosystem-based approach to management and engaging key stakeholders, the SEA Project will 1) enhance conservation and sustainable use of marine resources by reforming fisheries management and promoting marine protected areas to enhance fisheries productivity, food and nutrition security, and sustainable livelihoods within the target area; and 2) strengthen the leadership role and capacity of the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries and local governments to promote conservation and sustainable fishing. The SEA Project is implemented by Tetra Tech and a consortium of partners that includes Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), Coral Triangle Center (CTC) and WWF-Indonesia (WWF). The SEA Project will run from March 2016 through March 2021.

The SEA Project is predicated on an ecosystem approach to fisheries and marine resources management, which implies that it will integrate across sectors and assist in the development of plans and implementation actions that address biophysical, governance and socio-economic concerns. To accomplish this vision of ecosystem approach and integration, it will need to formulate a consistent level of baseline information for project areas so that actions and longer-term plans will truly address the underlying issues and threats to the geographic areas of focus. Such an approach will also provide a model for other areas in Indonesia and a systematic means of scaling up coastal and marine resource management by local districts, provinces and the national government.

The SEA Project will implement activities in the three provinces —West Papua, North Maluku, and Maluku Provinces—that lie within Indonesia’s Fishery Management Zone WWP-715. This zone was chosen to be the site of the SEA Project because of the area’s high marine biodiversity, status as a national priority area for fisheries, the presence of small island provinces/districts, high rates of extreme poverty and high vulnerability to climate change. The project will also operate at a national scale to support specific activities of the Ministry of Marine Affaires and Fisheries.

BackgroundThe objectives of the SEA Project are to:
  • Support enhanced conservation and sustainable use of marine resources by reforming fisheries management and promoting marine protected areas to enhance fisheries productivity, food security, and sustainable livelihoods within the target areas.
  • Support the strengthening of the leadership role and capacity of the MMAF and local governments to promote conservation and sustainable fishing.
Overall, at the end of five years, USAID assistance through SEA will have improved the conservation and management of Indonesia’s marine biodiversity through increased capacity and the practical application of marine conservation and sustainable fisheries management. As such, strengthening the capacities of stakeholders through appropriate communications tools becomes the main cross-cutting theme for the project to achieve its objective. The SEA Project will recruit a Communications and Outreach Specialist to support the Project’s communication and outreach efforts to target audience and stakeholders.

Job SummaryThe Communications and Outreach Specialist is responsible for supporting the overall delivery design, implementation, and evaluation of the national and regional communications and outreach strategies of the SEA Project. This includes the development of communications and outreach content and materials to address USAID needs and meet project objectives. The Specialist will be central to ensuring that the project Marking and Branding plan is implemented consistently and correctly according to ADS guidelines. The Communications and Outreach Specialist will work closely with the Deputy Chief of Party to develop and implement a communications and outreach strategy for programmatic monitoring, evaluation, and learning.

TasksThe Communications and Outreach[WA1] Specialist will:
  • Provide leadership for Communications and Outreach efforts including. development and implementation of a comprehensive communications and outreach plan
  • Develop communications materials, including toolkits, manuals, documents and other resources, that are accessible, user-friendly, timely, and tailored for target audiences/stakeholders 

  • Package and facilitate the translation of complex information into “easy to read-easy to use” 
formats 

  • Pre-test all documents produced to determine whether the targeted audiences receive and 
understand the message 

  • Identify communication failures around project documents and learning events goals and 
propose corrective measures 

  • Identify and develop a communication strategy for the dissemination of lessons learned on the 
basis of information needs, work culture and writing preferences of target audiences 

  • Identify the appropriate e-communication channels and strategies to encourage its regular use 
by target audiences 

  • Ensure the language and approach used in project documents, manuals, guidelines and toolkits 
addresses gender issues and is appropriate for different cultural and religious contexts 

  • Support the organization and documentation of learning events
  • Prepare regular Quarterly, Annual, and other reports
  • Draft talking points, speeches, press releases, presentations, and other materials as needed
  • Prepare success stories and content for use in U.S. Government publications such as the USAID Facebook page, USAID Impact blog, etc.
  • Develop and apply a Branding and Marking Plan to be used for all communications activities and events that complies with USAID regulations
  • Travel to program provinces to execute responsibilities as needed

Qualifications Education Degree in communications and/or experience equivalent to a bachelor degree in communications for development, international development, journalism, Entertainment-Education, social marketing or a field relevant to media/communications and environment (should have examples of past work to show)

Work Experience
  • Minimum 3 years' experience in the communications field
  • Previous reporting/developing communications products for USAID-funded project preferred
  • Professional writing (writing, editing, proofreading) experience required
  • Bahasa Indonesia and English fluency (oral and written) required.
  • Proven initiative, creativity, and problem solving skills
General
  • Able to work under pressure and tight deadlines
  • High degree of adaptability to varied working environments and good interpersonal and teamwork
If you are interested and qualified , please send your latest CV to:
Jobs@SEA-Indonesia.org by September 15, 2016. Please note the title of the position you are applying for in your submission email. Note: position titles may be adjusted to reflect level of experience of selected candidates.

RED NOSE FOUNDATION: Executive Director - Jakarta

Red Nose Foundation is an arts and education outreach organization based in Indonesia’s capital city, Jakarta. The organization was founded in 2008, by American Dan Roberts and has grown under his leadership since its inception.
 
Red Nose Foundation’s (Red Nose) mission is to support the educational and personal development of children living in underprivileged circumstances, and to promote the empowerment of youth through arts while assisting them to become positive contributors to society. Red Nose strives to be the pioneering force behind creative education rehabilitation.
 
Red Nose currently works with 300 children offering more than 75 hours of education and arts classes each week. Since 2008, Red Nose Foundation programming has affected over 125,000 children across Indonesia. Red Nose has a full time team of 18 enthusiastic and hardworking professionals who work every day to further the organization’s mission and improve the lives of the Red Nose children. In 2015, Red Nose ran a budget of $175,000 and in 2016, the budget was $250,000 annually.
 
The Executive Director is the key management leader of Red Nose Foundation. The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, strategic plan, fundraising, marketing, and government relations of the organization. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors and works laterally with the Education Director and the Artistic Director, who also report directly to the Board of Directors.
 
ResponsibilitiesLeadership and Management
  • Oversee organizational direction through rigorous program evaluations and needs assessments in collaboration with the other members of the leadership team.
  • Lead weekly meetings with full team and leadership team, in order to offer support where needed to the various departments.
  • Actively engage and energize volunteers, board members, committees, partner organizations, and current and potential donors.
  • With the support of the Leadership Team, develop a 3-year strategic plan and refine the vision and goals of the organization.
Fundraising and Communications
  • Responsible for all of the organization’s fundraising efforts including, but not limited to, sustaining, renewing, and cultivating new and old relationships with individual and corporate donors.
  • Organize and implement annual fundraising events, as well as develop new creative fundraising events.
  • Assist Artistic Director in increasing revenue by offering after-school circus classes at private schools around the city.
  • Expand current revenue generating and fundraising activities to support existing program operations and expansion plans.
  • Directly oversee Communications Manager and support his position through creative input, proof reading (English language) and ensure the communications department is working efficiently and effectively.
  • Regularly attend networking events and build relationships with current and potential donors (Individuals and Corporate).
Financial Performance and Accountability
  • Responsible for presenting annual budgets to the Board for approval.
  • Responsible for presenting quarterly budgets to each program specificied donor group.
  • Responsible for fiscal management that generally anticipates operating within the approved budged, ensures maximum resource utilization, and maintenance of the organization in a positive financial position.
Professional Qualifications
  • A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
  • Transparent and high integrity leadership skills
  • Minimum of five years experience leading a non-profit organization
  • International experience a plus
  • Strong marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders through a variety of diverse cultures.
  • Solid, hands-on, budget management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision-making and reporting skills
  • Good public speaker with the ability to convey Red Nose Foundation’s mission with compassion and trust
  • Skills to collaborate with and motivate board members and other volunteers
  • Strong written and oral communication skills (English language)
  • Indonesian language skills and understanding of the culture a big plus
Salary and Benefits
  • US$20,000- US$30,000 annually (net) Salary can be renegotiated after first year, based on achieving fundraising goals and evaluation by board of directors
  • Health Insurance
  • Work Permit and Visas
  • 35 days paid leave (including full office holiday periods)
  • Once yearly round trip flight to home country
  • Lodging and local transportation provided
  • Company driver provided