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Saturday, June 6, 2009

Beasiswa UNSW PhD Student Completion Scholarship Australia

Beasiswa UNSW PhD Student Completion Scholarships are designed to enable PhD students in the final stages of their candidature, who have not received any scholarship or other financial support during their candidature, to spend uninterrupted time (up to 6 months) to complete their thesis. Up to 5 scholarships, valued at approx. $10,000 each were made available via a competitive application process for successful completion in Semesters 1 and 2 2009.
Beasiswa ini diberikan bagi para mahasiswa strata doktoral/S3 yang ingin menyelesaikan tesis nya.

Duration and Funding

* Awards are available for six months
* Scholarships are tax-free and will be paid fortnightly in arrears to a value of half of the standard APA (ie approx $10,000)

To be eligible for consideration of the award of a completion scholarship, applicants must:
* not have previously held or be currently receiving any other scholarship (eg APA, APAI, EIPRS, Faculty or School scholarships) or any other form of financial support
* be a currently enrolled PhD student at UNSW
* enrol on a full-time basis in semester 2, 2009 (latest date for enrolment is 31 August 2009) and consistent with this enrolment status, work full-time on the thesis in semester 2, ie. devote 35-40 hours per week to candidature
* be in the writing-up stage and have completed their data collection or equivalent
* be able to complete their thesis in semester 2, 2009 and be able to submit their thesis for examination by no later than 31 March 2010
* have their applications supported by their supervisor and Postgraduate Coordinator confirming that the programme outline is realistic and expressing confidence that a submission by 31 March 2010 at the latest will be achieved
* have their application endorsed by the Head of School with an agreement that 50% of the scholarship will be repaid if the student fails to submit by 31 March 2010

Scholarship Applications
Applicants must lodge the UNSW PhD Student Completion Scholarship Application Form providing the following information to the Graduate Research School:

Part 1: Applicant’s Information – including a completion plan which clearly outlines how the Scholarship will be used to finalise the PhD, including information on:

* the sections of research that have already been completed at the time of application;
* the chapters that are in draft or final form;
* work that remains to be done to complete the PhD in the 6 months;
* a timetable indicating how the Scholarship period will be used to bring the PhD to submission for examination.

Part 2: Statements of Support

* Statement of support from the applicant’s supervisor – commenting on the applicant’s completion plan and whether the scholarship period will provide adequate time to bring the PhD to submission for examination.
* Statement of support from the School Postgraduate Coordinator – commenting on the proposed completion plan, and the likelihood that the PhD will be completed by the end of the Scholarship period based on the information provided by the applicant and supervisor.
* Endorsement by the Head of School – commenting on the proposed completion plan and agreeing to repay 50% of the scholarship should the scholarship holder fail to submit by 31 March 2010.

Note: The applicant is responsible for ensuring completion of the relevant sections by the supervisor, Postgraduate Coordinator and Head of School and submitting the completed application to the Graduate Research School by the specified closing date.

Applications will be reviewed by an Assessment Committee comprising the Dean of Graduate Research and two Associate Deans for Research/Research Training from relevant Faculties.
Assessment will be based on the:

* quality of the application
* completion plan and the likelihood of the thesis being completed and submitted for examination by 31 March 2010
* statements of support and endorsement from the supervisor, Postgraduate Coordinator and Head of School

Successful applicants will be notified on 14 July 2009.

Conditions of the Scholarship
Successful applicants will be required to sign an acceptance form agreeing to the following:

* Successful applicants will be required to enrol full-time in semester 2, 2009 (latest date 31 August 2009).
* Leave of absence will not be available during semester 2 unless there are exceptional circumstances.
* During the term of the scholarship, progress must be monitored on a regular basis by the supervisor, in accordance with timelines outlined in the completion plan.
* Failure to make satisfactory progress in line with the timeline may result in the cessation of scholarship payments.
* Lodgement of a Notification Of Intention To Submit thesis form is required by 1 December 2009.
* Completion of a mid-Scholarship report on progress made by 1 December 2009. In this report applicants will need to document the progress made and indicate the timetable for submission by the thesis deadline date of 31 March 2010. The Supervisor will need to confirm the details indicated in the report by signing the form before it is returned to the Graduate Research School. Failure to submit the form by 1 December 2009 will result in immediate cessation of the Scholarship.
* Submission of the thesis for examination is required by 31 March 2010.

* Mon 1 June 2009: Applications open on GRS website
* Fri 3 July 2009: Applications close
* Tue 14 July 2009: Applicants notified of outcome
* Mon 31 Aug 2009: Latest date for acceptance of scholarship and enrolment FT for semester 1 2009
* Tue 1 Dec 2009: Notification of Intention to Submit form and mid-Scholarship report due
* Mon 31 Mar 2010: Last date to submit thesis for Semester 2 2009

Further Information
Dominic Mooney, Project Officer, Graduate Research School
email: or phone: 02 9385 6736 Monday to Friday

Friday, June 5, 2009

Firefly Vacancy - Medan & Banda Aceh

Come join Firefly!

Finance & Admin Executive (base in Medan)
- minimum education S1 in Accounting or equivalent
- Good command 0f written & spoken English
- Experience in cash flow, taxation, accounting system & payroll
- Qualities : self motivated, attention to details, independent, team player

Executive, Sales (base in Medan)
- minimum education S1 in or equivalent
- Good command 0f written & spoken English, Mandarin is an advantage
- Experience in travel agency/airlines or similar capacity is an advantage
- Qualities : result oriented, good bussiness sense, good analytical skills, strong interpersonal skills, team player

Station Representative (base in Padang/Batam/Banda Aceh)
- minimum education D3 or equivalent
- Able to read, write & speak in English
- Able to work on shifts and independently
- Good communication skills & commputer literate
- Minimum 5 years experience in airline operations

Executive, marketing & Communications (base in Medan)
- Minimum education S1 in Marketing/mass communication/Bussiness or equivalent
- Excelent command of written & spoken English
- Qualities : Resourceful, creative, result oriented, strong interpersonal skill, team player

Sales Consultant (base in Medan)
- Minimum education SMA or equivalent
- Able to read and write in English, Mandarin is an advantage
- Good communication skills
- Experience in customer service/hospitally industry

Interested candidates please send in your resume together with copies of certificates and indicate on the top left corner of the envelope the position applying for:

HR Department
FlyFirefly Sdn Bhd
Polonia International Airport
International Departure
Medan - North Sumatera

Closing date : 13 June 2009

or email to :

Thursday, June 4, 2009


is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Logistic Officer in F &
A Department to coordinate Irish logistics within Banda Aceh, its district
(Meulaboh, Aceh Besar, Calang, Lamno, Sabang, Sigli, and Lhokseumawe) and to
promote good policy and procedures in all aspect of its logistics
(Procurement & Vehicle management) operations and encourage a similar
excellence within the constituting national society. Within that framework,
the logistic officer is required to work towards an efficient and effective
output in the implementation of operation and fleet management aspect of



1. Diploma or University degree in Social science, business/Administration

2. Minimum 2 years previous similar work experience

3. Good Capacity for negotiation and communication

4. Good information analysis, report writing, and cross cultural communication skills

5. Good knowledge of written and spoken English, Bahasa and knowledge of the Aceh language would be an advantage

6. Ability to work well in a team environment and have a commitment to encourage and support people to actively participate in their communities

7. Strong computer skills in MS Office, Internet applications

8. Strong team management skills

9. Able to work with tight deadlines and schedules.

10. Knowledge and understanding the fundamental principles of the Red Cross Movement.

Applicants who are interested in this position should submit a recent photograph, current salary and salary expectations for this position along with your CV.

Applications should be received not later than Sunday, June 7th 2009

Applications should be sent to:

Irish Red Cross - Indonesian

Attention: HR Officer

IFRC Banda Aceh Office

Jl.Ajuen Jeumpet No. 18 B

Desa Ajuen Jeumpet

Kec.Darul Imarah, Aceh Besar

Or by email to :

Administrator - Bali

SurfAid International is an International NGO
that was created in 1999 to respond the needs of communities in a
professional, transparent and community empowering way. SurfAid is now
engaged in public health and Emergency preparedness program work in Mentawai
and Nias, Sumatra.

We are seeking a dedicated and professional person
to fill full time position as Office
Administrator to be base in Bali (Local hire)

Job Purpose

The Office Administrator will report directly to Admin/Logistic Manager and provide general assistance to SurfAid International Bali office in administrative matters.

- Provide general assistance to SurfAid International Bali office in administrative matters, including drafting administrative reports and summaries, and handling the telephone/fax machine and daily correspondence.

- Receive, screen and assist all incoming calls to the SurfAid International office.

- Coordinate with the Administration & Logistic Manager on all legal domicile visas and work permit registrations, for SurfAid International expatriate employees and families.

- Organize program travel arrangements including bookings, accommodations, visas, and ticketing for SurfAid International staff and guests, and other logistics responsibilities in conjunction with Admin/Logistics Manager if necessary.

- Managing IT SurfAid International system, providing/arranging assistance for hardware and software support to Bali office.

- Manage and oversee all office maintenance details, including supervision of office housekeepers/ cleaners drivers and security guards.

- Provide the Bali office staff with verbal and written translation assistance in all non-Bali official and official activities.

- Assist in purchasing and procurement of office supplies and other official materials in accordance with Indonesia Purchase and Procurement policies.

- Provide administrative support to the SurfAid field offices located outside Bali, with occasional field travel to such offices to provide assistance, training, supervision or assessment.

- Organizing venues for events such as workshops and training for SurfAid International.

- Providing daily transportation arrangement for operational needs in the Bali office.

- Handling and managing Administrative petty cash.

- Any other task as requested.

- Ability to work independently.

- Ability to handle multiple tasks.

Essential Qualifications:

Minimum 2 years experiences in office administration/ logisticUniversi ty degree in a
relevant field.
He/She has experiences to arrange expat documentationHigh levels of professionalism and motivation required;
Able to work independently Strong computer skills with specific expertise with Microsoft Word and Excel.
Fluency in written and spoken English

Send your
Application letter and your recent CV to Human Resources Manager
with subject email CODE: “OA Bali”

(Email without Code will become second priority)

Closing date for this advertisement on June 6th 2009. (Due to urgently need, any candidate who has meet the qualification, will be process immediately before the closing date).

PC-Supporter & IT-Trainer - Aceh

Caritas Switzerland is presently implementing a complex Livelihood Program in Singkil, South Aceh. The project is aimed to support the beneficiaries of the Caritas Switzerland relocation and reconstruction program to establish a sustainable livelihood and to reduce the vulnerability and poverty of households.
The step forward out of poverty will - among other activities - be embarked upon with skills and qualifications for alternative livelihood activities. To support the staff of the Caritas Switzerland Office in Singkil we actually looking for a skilled, experienced and highly motivated person to occupy the post of 1 (one) PC-Supporter & IT-Trainer

Qualifications :
* Completed studies (Graduate/Bachelor/ Master) in Computer Science (and/or Education), Training for Trainers would be an asset.
* At Least 3 years work experience in a related field, specifically with an NGO
* Excellent knowledge in Windows, Ms.Office,Windows Server or Linux, Database Software, Exchange Server and Backup System
* Talent or Skill to work as a IT-Trainer
* Diplomacy, tact and negotiation skills
* Able to work independently and in a team, being flexible and able to finalize tasks in a given time frame
* Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills
* Very good knowledge in spoken and written English
* Disposition and Ability to live and work in a remote area
Job duration: dependent on the program (approx. 1-1 1/2 years)
Commencement: As soon as possible
Location of work: Singkil, Aceh Singkil, NAD
Deadline for applications: 19th of June 2009

Complete applications, including letter, CV, copies of credentials and references should be sent in English via e-mail to : or Jln.K.H.Wahid Hasyim No 51/74 Medan - 20154

Sales Executive - Jakarta

We are a company that produces electrical wires
telecommunication cables and cable related accessories. Our company is one of
the leading cable manufacturers in Indonesia . Now, we are looking for the best
and brightest candidates to fill the positions of:
Sales Executive


Male or Female, max age 35
years oldHolds minimum Bachelor Degree
(S1) in any discipline from a reputable university (Industrial
Engineering, Electrical Engineering or related major is an advantages) Have min. 2 years in sales
and marketing experience (prefer from Cable Manufacturing Industry) Have a good knowledge about
cablesGood communication ,
negotiation and presentation skill, self confident, a good team player,
honestTeam work oriented and fully
initiativeGood computer skills
(Microsoft Office) and Excellent in written and spoken EnglishHave a driving licences (SIM
A / C)Proactive, hard worker,
discipline and willing to work extra hours to meet deadline and high

Please send your
application, curriculum vitae, recent photograph and expecting salary to:


PT. Bintang Toedjoe is one of the most reputable pharmaceutical and consumer goods companies in Indonesia with ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14000 certification.Due to its expansion we are now looking for a dynamic, highly talented, motivated and self driven professional to fill the position below :


Requirements :
-Female age max. 25 years old
-Fresh Graduate from Bachelor Degree in Pharmacy/ Apothecary
from reputable university
-Understanding about Validation Process
-Strive for Learning and Have excellent communication skill
-Having experience in organization
-Good Communication skill, good analytical thinking and able
to work both in team or individual

If you meet all above requirements, please send your application before June 16, 2009. Give us detailed CV with a recent photograph and other relevant information to :

HR Departement
PT. Bintang Toedjoe
Jl. Jend. A. Yani No. 2 Pulomas
Jakarta 13210

Note : only short-listed candidates will be notified


All over the world we look for people who share our ambition to be competitive, successful and a force for good.

If you share these values with us, then our exploration and production business in Indonesia are calling for YOU.

Applications are now open to join Tangguh LNG as:

o IFP Maintenance Planner
o IFP Maintenance Scheduler
o Senior TAR Scheduler
o Maintenance Engineer
o Spares Analyst
o Rotating Equipment Engineer
o Electrical Engineer
o Mechanical Engineer
o Project Modification Leader
o Process Team Leader
o Storage & Loading Team Leader

All of the roles above are Papua site based positions on a 28-day rotation work pattern. There may be a requirement to spend periods in the Jakarta office:

To apply online, please visit our website

Applications close: June 13, 2009
BP is an equal opportunity employer

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Beasiswa DAAD Scholarship from German

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) support a range of Postgraduate Courses at german universities which aim at providing academically educated young profesional from developing countries with further specialized studies. The DAAD supports these selected programs with a certain quota of scholarships and with financial assistance for a special tutoring system. at the end of course participant can obtain an internationally recognized Master's or in some courses PHD degree.

Download Complete Brochure here:

Junior Accountant & HR Staff - Jakarta

Urgently required !! We are fast
growing company serving prestigious clients in Indonesia & constantly looking
for new talents.

Junior Accountant (JR - 01)

S1 degree in finance, accounting discipline (Female highly desired)Fresh graduates or candidate with 1 or 2 years
experience in accounting and financeStrong basic knowledge in accounting, finance
and taxationFast learner and like exploring new experience
(willing to do business travel outside city)Good interpersonal skills, self motivated,
proactive, creative and result oriented Positive
working attitude and able to work under pressure with minimal supervision Excellent
verbal and written communication skills using Bahasa Indonesia &

HR Staff (HR - 01)

S1 degree in psychology or management (Female highly desired)Fresh graduates or candidate with 1 or 2 years
experience in handling HR issueFamiliar with psychology or
assessment tools (also its methodology) and able to create a assessment
result report Strong knowledge in Administration and HR issueFast learner and like
exploring new experience (willing to do business travel outside city)Good interpersonal skills, self motivated,
proactive, creative and result oriented Positive
working attitude and able to work under pressure with minimal supervision Excellent
verbal and written communication skills using Bahasa Indonesia &

Please put the positions in the
subject of your email and kindly send your detail CV and recent
photograph in Word to:

Project Assistant - Aceh

IOM is looking for an Project Assistant (Admin / Finance / Logs & Monitoring of LPs/LBs)according to the terms of reference below.
Interested applicants are invited to apply by submitting their
application to
no later than 05 June 2009 indicating the reference code below. All candidates are kindly requested to specify their availability date in the application form..
Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Reference Code : SVN/ID1/2009/ 047
Position Title :Project Assistant (Admin/Finance/Logs & Monitoring of LPs/LBs)
Duty Station : Various Field Offices, NAD, Indonesia
Classification :Grade 4, Three months with possible extension
Estimate Starting Date :Soon as Possible

General Functions:
Under the guidance and supervision
of the Field Coordinator, PCRP Project Management, and with the guidance of the
admin-finance assistant and the PCRP support unit in Banda Aceh, the incumbent
will provide program support duties to PCRP, in particular, s/he will:

1. Provide technical assistance in local partner management & administration of the SCACP/ ICRS project in a regional office, including as follows:
a. Work closely with the Project Manager and other team
members by making meaningful contributions in team planning, implementation,
auditing, monitoring & training of these partners;
b. Contribute assistance to achieve the SCACP/ ICRS team’s project outputs based on the project proposal, agreement, and other governing documentation;
c. Attend meetings with regard to the SCACP/ ICRS project, as requested by the Field Coordinator and Project Management.
2. Coordinate and undertake monitoring and evaluation of local partners/ grantees, especially in regard to LP financial reporting, logistics and procurement procedure; material distribution to beneficiaries and clients; and monitoring / reporting of other programmatic/ operational costs, based on the IOM-approved, partner-submitted budget and contract agreement;
3.. Train local partners and local businesses in IOM financial, administrative, and logistics /procurement procedures; identify and recommend additional external trainings as needs arise;
4. Oversee the work of LP and LB admin / finance staff in their timely and accurate financial reporting and requests for tranche payments to IOM, providing assistance and instruction as needed;
5. Install operational procedures in local partner/ grantee offices/ projects that adhere to IOM rules and regulations specific to administrative, financial, logistical, and procurement- related activities; conduct trainings for local partners and ensure/ monitor/ assist adherence to said procedures, especially in relation to procurement;
6. Field Verification on a regular basis of all local partner/ grantee activities: analyze and report upon the possible deficit between activities reported as undertaken by local partners/ grantees and activities undertaken by LPs after the submission of LP financial reports and prior to the release of tranche payments to said partners.
7. Verify and, if necessary, ensure that local partners justify, material/ equipment
costs that differ from average market values, with regular reporting of such checks;
8. Ensure that local partners/ grantees create and maintain asset lists for all assets and inventory purchased with IOM funds;
9. Regular monitoring of local partner/ grantee bank account activity including the
addition or elimination of IOM-authorized signatories and transfer to and from official local partner accounts and personal accounts;
10. Verify partner adherence to duties and tasks as outlined in local partner/ grantee contracts, LTOs, scopes of work, etc.
11.Periodically review the operational and administrative activities of the project and provide recommendations to streamline IOM and local partner/ grantee procedures with a view to increasing effectiveness and efficiency;
12. AUDITS:In close coordination with the PCRP support unit and Project Management,
conduct spot audits, and if necessary, comprehensive operational, programmatic, and other audits of local partners/grantees;
13. Regular reporting to the Field Coordinator, Admin/ Finance Assistant, and project
management on issues, finding and other information requiring their attention. Alert the Project Manager, Field Coordinator, and Admin/ Finance Assistant to any and all programmatic and operational irregularities revealed through the course of the incumbents work;
14. Analyze,advise upon, and if necessary, edit/ correct submitted local partner/ grantee proposals and budgets in order to streamline budgets and proposed activities,
offering instruction to local partners as necessary;
15. Conduct regular, weekly meetings with local partners/ grantees to identify, discuss and resolve bottlenecks, challenges, and successes in operational issues;
16.Extract,interpret, analyse and process local partner/ grantee financial data in
relation to operations and program expenditures and disbursements in close coordination with project staff, which includes preparing budgets, reviewing budget proposals from local partners, performing bid analysis, and general financial tracking;
17. Create and maintain a local partner grant expenditure database;
18. Ensure that IOM Field Office hard copy and electronic information systems relevant to LPs are updated, particularly the important notes of all key auditing and
M&E activities. Draft and attend to local partner/ grantee-related correspondence;
19. Other LP-related administrative duties as requested by the Admin-Finance Assistant.Close coordination and collaboration with the admin/ finance assistant,
including relevant information sharing and assistance to the admin/ finance assistant in the performance of his/ her duties;
20. Liaise with police and authorities as directed by the Program Coordinator;
21. Any other duties as assigned by Project Management and the Field Coordinator.

Desirable Qualifications:
Indonesian Citizen with S1 degree or diploma, preferably in accounting, economics, or another related social science, plus a combination of other supplemental academic qualifications or training in office administration, accounting, finance or related fields.
Three year’s experience in a related field required.
Knowledge, skills and ability to extract, interpret, analyse and process financial data.
Understanding and experience in audit, monitoring and evaluation of physical input distributions,participatory programming and community facilitation.
Must be able to work independently, and show leadership and initiative in a team environment.
Strong organizational skills, ability to establish priorities and plans, maximization
of time efficiency, and ability to multitask under extreme pressure and tight, and often unanticipated, deadlines.
A high level of proficiency in MSWord, MS Excel, and other Microsoft Office/ other applications. flexibility and willingness to work in rapidly changing conditions is necessary, civil society organization experience highly desirable.
Experience in Aceh is an asset as is knowledge of local languages (Bahasa Aceh, Gayo, Alas, Batak, Java, Kluet etc)

Strong documentation and writing
skills in English are desirable but not required.

Project Assistant - Aceh

IOM is looking for one (1) Project Assistant/Community Facilitation Specialist (Agriculture) according
to the terms of reference below. Interested applicants are invited to apply by
submitting their application to hrbandaaceh@ not later than 7 June 2009 indicating the reference code below and job title. All candidates are requested to specify their
availability date in the application form. Please note that only short-listed
candidates will be contacted.

Reference Code : SVN/IDI/2009/048
Job Title : Project Assistant/Community Facilitation Specialist (Agriculture)
Duty Station :Takengon, NAD,Indonesia
Classification :Employee, Grade 4
Estimate Starting Date :As soon as possible
Duration of Contract :3 months with possible extension

General Functions:

Under the guidance
and supervision of the National Project Officer (NPO), the Project Manager (PM),
and the overall supervision of the Program Manager (Disarmament Demobilization
and Reintegration Program), Post-Conflict Reintegration Program in Banda Aceh,
the incumbent will provide program support duties to field office projects. In
particular, s/he will:

1. Provide
technical support to local partners and other team members in monitoring and
evaluation of local partners, community facilitation methods and approaches
used in conducting qualitative and quantitative analyses, in addition to providing
technical advice and support in relation to, but not limited to, any and all
agricultural projects.
2. Mentoring
of new and existing IOM and Local Partner (LP) staff, and assisting with
achieving the Support Conflict Affected for Community Project (SCACP) team’s
project outputs (specific to but not limited to agriculture) as defined in
project documents.
3. Provide
advice and feedback on project planning and implementation to the NPO, PM and
4. Work
closely with the NPO, SCACP Focal Point, PM, team members and LPs/ local
government staff by making meaningful contributions in team planning and
detailed implementation planning;
5. Collaborate
with team members and local partners to regularly collect and analyze
qualitative and quantitative agricultural data from all Self-Help Groups
(SHGs)/LPs on a daily basis, recording all data in tracking sheets. Track and
document LP/SHG grant rotations;
6. Provide
on-site technical assistance and supervision to SHGs, LPs and IOM staff as necessary/
as delegated by the NPO/ PM; guidance to LPs in their interaction with SHGs
specific to agricultural techniques and best practices (especially relating to
organic practices), including the drafting of agriculture business plans;
7. Provide
guidance to SHG members specific to agricultural techniques and best practices
(especially relating to organic practices) including the drafting of
agriculture business plans and action plans by SHG;
8. Create
LP/ SHG narrative monthly progress reports, highlighting primary successes and
9. Work
with SHG, LPs, and local government staff to identify joint agricultural
projects and trainings; solicit and work with local partners (and also SHGs) to
develop agriculture projects;
weekly meetings with local partner agriculture/ other staff to identify issues,
delays, and bottlenecks, strategize solutions, and analyze LP/ SHG progress;
11. Promote
and disseminate Community-Appropria te Technologies knowledge based upon the
manual, and solicit project proposals based on this model;
with team members/LPs in guiding the agriculture segments of
community-appropria te technologies project;
13. Work
with LPs/ SHGs/ local government to promote environmentally friendly
agriculture by application of organic agriculture techniques;
with LPs/ SHGs/ local government to manage all LP organic agriculture
demonstration plots, including the development of a plan for future and
expanded use of demonstration plots and dissemination of such techniques to the
wider community;
with LPs/ SHGs/ local government to undertake market chain analysis of
self-help group agricultural products;
regular meetings and interaction with local government dept of agriculture and
other sub-district- level officials;
17. Monitor
local government extension agents seconded to local partners; design trainings
and progress plans for said employees.
18. Identification
of future trainings for all IOM/LP/Local Government staff and SHG members;
19. Prepare
weekly reports to the NPO/ Project Manager on issues requiring their attention.
20. Attend
meetings as requested by the NPO/ PM;
21. Perform
other tasks as assigned by the NPO/ PM.

Desirable Qualifications

S1 degree in
agriculture or a closely related field. Thorough proficiency in current
agricultural best practices especially relating to organics. Three year’s field
experience minimum in agricultural projects within an international development
setting. Proven leadership and initiative within a team environment. Strong
management, administrative, and organizational skills. Preparedness to multitask
under pressure and meet deadlines. Strong familiarity with all MSOffice
applications. Grant management and general livelihood experience required.
Experience in Aceh Tengah, Bener Meriah, Gayo Lues, and Aceh Tenggara an
advantage, as is knowledge of local languages (Bahasa Gayo, Batak, Alas, Kluet,
Aceh etc).

language proficiency preferred but not required.

Cashier - Aceh

Welthungerhilfe (former German Agro Action)

Welthungerhifle is a non-profit German Non-Governmental Organization with experience in emergency operation, rehabilitation and development assistance. Welthungerhifle is working in Aceh Province and is recruiting new staff to join the team in Simeulue:

please notice: (those who is available as soon as possible to work)
Deadline for applications June 7th, 2009
Positions in Simeulue, Aceh

1 Cashier

Specific skills required: Working experience in a related position, University Degree or diploma in a finance related discipline, or substantial field experience in finance administration

General skills required: computer competence in Microsoft Office, analytical and problem solving skills, numeric skills, report writing skills.

Language skills: Bahasa Indonesia, English (written & spoken).

Personality requirements: ability to work as part of a team, adaptable & resourceful, good communication skills, methodical and disciplined approach to work, diplomacy and willing to live/work in a remote area.

Please include in your application a cover letter and CV as well as three references. Welthungerhifle is an equal opportunity employer. Female applicants are highly encouraged to submit applications.

Please send your electronic application to:

Attention: Daniela Mueller

Please do not send large attachments or files. Send only one personal photo.

Receptionist - Jakarta

We are trying to find the best possible candidates to make the Mercy Corps team stronger.


1. Receptionist
The Receptionist shall handle incoming calls, greets visitors and performs general administrative duties. Also may assist other administrative staff with overflow work, including word processing, data entry and internet research tasks.


Minimum 2 years experience with office administration;
Computer skills are required;
Have strong organizational skills;
Demonstrated experience scheduling and managing staff from multiple departments;
Fluency in English is essential.

Please send your CV with position applied on the email subject to:
before: 7 June 2009.

We look forward to hearing from those who are interested in taking this opportunity to grow and develop with us.

Human Resources Department
Mercy Corps Indonesia

Project manager - NIAS

World Relief Indonesia is a humanitarian organization from USA, working with local partners to serve the most vulnerable.

We are inviting interested persons to submit application for the following position:


General Function:

The purpose of this post is to lead a field team implementing the Child Survival Project, under the NICHE 2 Program, which aims to reduce morbidity & mortality among children under five and women of reproductive age in 5 sub-districts of Nias in accordance with World Relief's policy and strategy in Indonesia.


· Assist in developing the project at field and village level in conjunction with project team, consulting with the Country Director and the NICHE Program Adviser.

· Monitor the humanitarian situation in the designated geographical area, making recommendations to the Country Director regarding potential needs and appropriate responses as required.

· Responsible for the management of local personnel, financial and material resources of the Child Survival Project (CSP) to meet program objectives.

· Working with the field staff, develop weekly, monthly and quarterly workplans in accordance with the project DIP, and submit this to the Niche PA.

· Submit monthly progress and monitoring reports to the Niche PA and the Country Director based on the approved report format.

· Lead and manage the local team including responsibility for their physical, mental and spiritual welfare, and ensuring that they are developed further towards their potential.

· Monitor the security situation in the designated geographical area of assignment, taking all necessary actions to maintain the safety of the field team.

· Act as World Relief's field representative in liaison with government agencies, UN agencies, donor bodies, other NGOs, community officials and World Relief partner organizations in the designated project area.

· Manage delegated program budget(s) and ensure timely submission of financial accounts for all program expenditure to the country office.

· Ensure robust administrative systems for accountability are in place and an adequate logistics supply is maintained for the team and the project.

· In consultation with the Niche PA and the HR Officer, ensure that opportunities for staff training are provided where appropriate for the individual in relation to his/her role in the project.


· Relevant knowledge and qualifications up to degree level

· At least 3 years experience in the same position with community development in an NGO environment, preferably in maternal and child health, community health education, or similar projects

· Proven knowledge of MCH/child survival issues, community development strategies and issues

· Have disposition to live in Nias during the project life

· Project and financial management skills

· Personnel management skills

· Effective organizer of people

· Excellent communication skills

· Strong cross-cultural skills

· Ability to speak Nias language will be an advantage.

· Experience working with USAID, UN and other donor organizations.

The positions in World Relief are competitively salaried with a medical scheme and annual leave. World Relief is committed to the sector standards and good practice. Applicants must show that they have the necessary skills and experience relevant to the advertised vacancy and have values and convictions that are aligned with World Relief's values and mission

In order to apply for the above post, please submit your application including expected salary to hrindonesia@ before June 6, 2009

Please indicate "Niche 2 - Project Manager" on the Subject Line.

Only successful candidates will be contacted.

Communication Officer - NAD

Federation Red Cross and Red Crescent ( IFRC ) on behalf of American Red Cross Tsunami Recovery Program (TRP) had
been established to direct the organization’s response to the South Asia tsunami disaster. The TRP activities focus on
integrated community recovery and preparedness interventions in tsunami affected
countries in Asia and East Africa in
collaboration with Red Cross and non-Red Cross partners. Please visit www.redcross. org/tsunamirelie f

The Indonesia
TRP Delegation operates from offices in Banda Aceh, Calang, Lamno. It also has
liaison offices in Jakarta, and other areas in Aceh province in
collaboration with the Indonesian Red Cross.

We are seeking
dynamic individuals to fill the :

POSITION: Community Officer

No of Hired : 2 Person

Base of Assignment : Calang

Type of contract : Fixed Term

Duties and Responsibilities:
· Conduct field assessment on health
and hygiene (H&H) practice in the community
· Conduct field assessments of the
knowledge of water and sanitation (WatSan) infrastructure operation and
maintenance (O&M) in target communities
· Conduct assessments of community
organization issues in a variety of communities and provide recommendations for
how to organize the community to support ARC WatSan
· Identify and report to supervisor
issues causing the community difficulty with WatSan
· Conduct household visits to educate
community members on the O&M of water and sanitation infrastructure
constructed by the ARC.
· Be part of WatSan remedial work teams
directly interacting with sanitation systems which are not functioning
· Promote and facilitate the community
to form village water and sanitation committees (VWSC),
· Prepare VWSCs to manage WatSan
infrastructure including attitude development, management of funds, community
communication, organizational planning, provide finance training
· Directly assist the VWSC with
community communication and funds raising
· Assist in the preparation of and
assist in the gathering signatures of community agreements related to money and
responsibilities for WatSan infrastructure
· Assist in preparation of material
such as drawings for participatory trainings on H&H and
· Run interactive community education
sessions and other relevant training
· Contribute creative ideas and
initiatives for H&H and O&M training
· Directly assist specialized
consultants working to advance ARC’s community
· Write weekly report for the PHP

· At least 2 years experience working
in community development/ health area, preferably with a
· Functional knowledge of septic tanks,
wetlands, leachfields and water supplies
· Knowing participatory approach in
working with villagers and basic principles of the participatory
· Great personal skills in front of a
crowd and at motivating communities
· Wants to spend most of his/her time
in the village
· Available to work during the week in
Lamno, Pulo Aceh or Aceh Utara
· Good in English (writing, speaking,
reading) and fluent Acehnese language (speaking), fluent Indonesian
· S1 degree in social sciences or civil
· Computer literate, especially
Microsoft Word and Excel

Please submit your application and curriculum vitae to hr@amredcross. org put Job title in Subject line. Only applications in English and short listed candidates will be notified.

Applications submitted after June 5, 2009 will not be considered.
Female candidates are encouraged to apply