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Thursday, November 19, 2009

Program Officer Psychosocial - Padang

CWS Indonesia is an international non-governmental organization working in relief, development, and refugee assistance in various locations in Indonesia. CWS is searching for a Program Officer Psychosocial for our office in Pariaman, West Sumatra. We offer a friendly working environment with a commitment to ensure diversity and gender equity within our

The project requires a person with the capacity to provide support to enable people to help themselves. He/She maintain professional relationships with service users, acting as guides,
advocates or critical friends.

The Program Officer is expected to demonstrate the competencies in carrying out his/ her duties:

- Undertaking and writing up assessments which meet specified standards and timescales

- Interviewing people to assess the socio, economic, physical or psychological condition and
possible interventions

- Recommending and making decisions about the best course of action for particular identified
problems based on need assessment;

- Organizing and managing the packages of support to enable people to lead the fullest lives

- Providing psychosocial support including offering information and basic counseling

- Participating in multidisciplinary teams, training, supervision, and team meetings; maintaining
accurate records and preparing reports;

Specific requirements:

1. Having background/ degree in Psychology, Sociology, Social work, Humanities, or related field

2. Having at least 2 years working experience in related field

3. Having the ability to interact and communicate with wide range of stakeholder (local NGO, local government and beneficiaries)

4. Able to speak and write English and Bahasa Indonesia

5. Possessing computer skills, including internet navigation and various office applications

6. An extensive skill in writing, reporting, and documenting is essential.

7. Able to work independently with minimum supervision and to handle multi tasking jobs.

8. Having the ability to work in a team and harmoniously in a multi-cultural environment

9. Willing to travel to project site and to be based in Pariaman, West Sumatra

10. Flexibility in working hours/area as needed

11. Having experience in community based psychosocial support is an advantage.

12. Having experience in working with INGO or international environment is beneficial

Applications should include a covering letter, reflecting motivation; a CV, Including three or more references; expected net salary and contact number at the latest by November 28th 2009.

Please send applications in MS Word format (maximum 200KB) to caroline@cwsindones
or fax to: 021 780 4284


Representative - jakartta


The United States-Indonesia Society (USINDO) is seeking a dynamic, self-motivated individual, committed to deepening the U.S.-Indonesia relationship and able to develop and manage programs to accomplish that, for the position of USINDO Jakarta Representative, starting in January 2010 or earlier.

The United States-Indonesia Society was formed in 1994 by Indonesians and Americans who believe better mutual understanding is in the national interest of both countries. It is a not-for-profit organization with offices in Jakarta and Washington, DC. The mission of USINDO is to improve understanding of Indonesia among Americans and the understanding of America among Indonesians, including the areas of politics, economics, history, culture, and to improve the U.S.-Indonesian bilateral relationship. The mission is accomplished through creative work and programs with leaders in government and nongovernmental organizations, educators, the media, business, and the general public. The prospect of a U.S.-Indonesia Comprehensive Partnership in 2010 is an especially important development for USINDO's mission of supporting bilateral cooperation and improving mutual understanding.

The Jakarta Representative is integral to USINDO's mission, and works closely with the President and staff of the Washington, DC office.

The Representative is expected to play a pro-active role in developing and proposing new USINDO programs, strategies for outreach to new audiences and members, and the day-to-day management of Indonesia-based activities. In addition, the Representative follows current Indonesian events; informs the Washington office of Indonesian developments; and builds contacts with relevant organizations, individuals, and government bodies in Indonesia to expand USINDO's knowledge, role, and impact.

Due date: Interested applicants should submit a cover email and a c/v as soon as possible, or address inquiries to: Alysson A. Oakley at aoakley@usindo. org with copy to Matt Eden at meden@usindo. org. Applications are sought on or before November 30, 2009.

Finance and Administration Officer - Nias.

IFRC Nias is looking for a qualified person to fill the
position as below;

Finance and Administration Officer in Mandrehe, Nias.

Responsibilities and Accountabilities
1. To
plan and carry out all administration work including but not limited to the
- Keeping petty cash. In so doing the person will
be able to request and maintain working advance for all office requirements
- Update all files and place them in shelves for
ease of access to records
- Supervise that office premises are kept clean at
all times
- Planning and buying all office supplies
including coffee, drinking water, sugar, paper
- Supervising and scheduling of Admin Assistance,
Senior Driver, Guards and Cleaners work
- Maintain a schedule for servicing and
maintaining all office equipment e.g. printer, photocopier and other such
equipment as the office may have
- Manage guest accommodation – including booking,
welcome guest, liaison with cleaners, record and report usage for invoicing
when required
- Provide translation and interpretation services
when required.
2. When
called upon assist Delegate in supervising operations staff; Logistics
Assistant and others
3. When
called upon assume the role and responsibilities of project site in Mandrehe
4. Assist
the Project Management Team members to ensure that the working environment is
conducive for all staff and more specially the following duties:
- Send and receive all Requests (includes Mission
and Travel, Working Advance, Request for Payment or Refund; Leave and R&R;
staff Time Sheet; of any nature for centralised focal point
- Keep an updated database of all such transaction
as needed in 4(i) above
5. Work
in liaison with the Sr. Finance Officer, Sr. Admin Officer, Sr. Human Resources
Officer in Gunungsitoli
6. Support,
train and develop local staff employees as required
7. Produce
weekly and monthly reports
8. Perform
other duties as may be assigned by the direct supervisor

- Diploma or Bachelor Degree in
Management/Administ ration or Accountancy
- 2 (two) years experience of office management
- Experience of working in general management or
- Self supporting in computers (Windows,
spreadsheets, word-processing)
- In good mental and physical health
- Fluent in English, both oral and written
- A high degree of competence in Management of
strategy, management of change, leadership, planning, management of budgets,
management of resources, monitoring, supervision and control, communication,
networking, management of self, management of others
- A high degree of competence in Teamwork

Commitment to the International Red Cross and Red Crescent
Movement; integrity and personal conduct; flexibility and adaptability;
initiative and direction and interpersonal skills will be advantage

Application and CV should be submit at last 22 November 2009

Email : mardianceh.hutauruk


IFRC Gunungsitoli Office – Nias
Jl. Pattimura No. 03 Mudik
Gunungsitoli, Nias
Sumatra Utara – Indonesia