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Thursday, August 5, 2010

Lowongan green Peace

Please see below vacancy information as a Junior Climate and Energy
Campaigner at Greenpeace Southeast Asia-Indonesia Office.

If anyone interested to this position, feel free to contact me for further


*Position Title: Junior Climate and Energy Campaigner*
Department : Campaigns
Location: Indonesia
Responsible to: Campaign Director/ Climate and Energy Campaign Manager,

*Summary Description*:
The campaigner will serve as the Greenpeace representative on Climate and
issues in Southeast Asia based out of Indonesia and work towards the goals
Greenpeace Southeast Asia’s campaigns within the framework of Greenpeace’s
overall objectives. In certain situations as determined by external events
and upon
the recommendation of the Campaign Director and/or with the Campaign
the campaigner will be expected to move between issues and campaigns as

*Essential required skills are the ability to:*
1. Communicate and network with local and national community groups, with
communities affected by climate and energy issues and with a wide variety of
interest groups including scientists and Government officials.
2. Utilise strategic skills in analyzing, planning and implementing
strategies for the
climate and energy campaign in Indonesia, with an emphasis on ensuring that
is directed towards specified campaign goals
3. Implement effective campaigns and communicate effectively.

*Preferred skills:*
1. Excellent knowledge of the main environmental and social issues relating
Climate Change and its impacts.
2. Working knowledge of Renewable Energy technologies and energy related
policies in southeastasia region.

1. In conjunction with the Campaign Director, develop a work plan in line
with both
short and long term goals for an action-led Climate and Energy campaign
on regional objectives and taking into account global campaign priorities:
• Participate in campaign discussion and planning regarding strategic issues
and event planning within GPSEA, with other Greenpeace offices and with
Greenpeace International (GPI). This will include both written and verbal
discussion as well as attendance at specific meetings.
• Take the lead in the implementation of Climate and Energy campaign
strategies and tactics developed to achieve goals and objectives.
• Participate in regular progress reviews and evaluations of Climate and
campaign projects.
• Keep Campaign Director informed of activities in the campaign (including
preparation of monthly reports and monthly work plans) and recommend
changes in tactics, or strategies if necessary.
• Coordinate information flow within the campaign and other departments, and
to Greenpeace International’s Climate and Energy campaign, other GPI
departments and other offices.
• Organise and oversee the work of campaign volunteers, interns and
2. Assist the Campaign Director in designing the regional Climate and Energy
campaign program and implement strategies to mobilise various stakeholders
the region and the general public about campaign issues and goals;
• Maintain a working knowledge of technical information and be able to
the information to a variety of audiences within and outside Indonesia.
• Maintain a working knowledge of political, legislature, regulatory and
economic frameworks relevant to the campaign.
• Engage in critical national and regional political and other fora relevant
to the
• Build alliances and/or support relationships with relevant affected
grassroots organisations, academic and professional groups, labour, NGOs
and others in the region as identified in strategic planning.
• Prepare fact sheets and other campaign information for use within the
• Work with the press officer in preparing press releases and assist in
media strategies.
• Act as spokesperson for the campaign within the region.
• Develop pro-active relationships with national and regional media to
campaign outreach.
• Represent Greenpeace and the campaign at relevant national and regional
public events, activist meetings/groups, and gatherings of political
makers, local citizens and other affected communities.
3. Direct, organise and participate in non-violent direct actions to support
advance campaign goals.
4. Respond to and engage in internal as well as pressing external regional
challenges as determined by the campaign team through the Campaign Director
beyond his/her normal issue/campaign area as circumstances do require.
5. Perform other job-related duties as requested or assigned by the Campaign
Director and/or Executive Director

Specific work-plans will be amended each year.

For further information, feel free to contact me.

*Please send your application letter, CV, and expected salary to:* or not later than
August 8, 2010.


vacancy moeslim Aid - Aceh

Muslim Aid is an international charity and development agency based in
London with 25 years of experience in helping create a safer and more
dignified life for disaster and conflict affected people across the globe.
We are currently operating in more than 70 countries with 13 field offices. Our
vision is a world of peace, compassion and justice where all people achieve
fulfilment in all aspects of their lives.

Muslim Aid Indonesia will work as the implementer of the Economic
Development Financing Facility (EDFF) of the Multi-Donor Fund and will work
closely with Project Management Unit (PMU) & Project Management Consultant
(PMC) of the Government. We intend to provide Smallholder Capacity Building
for Improved Livestock Production & Enhanced Market Access. Muslim
Aid-Indonesia Field Office would like to recruit the following positions :


*(Based in Banda Aceh with frequent visit to field project)*

He/she will work closely with Project Manager; Oversee project
implementation related to microfinance & revolving fund during the whole
project duration; will design/improve and implement Microfinance & Revolving
fund for the project beneficiaries through financial and non financial
services; Ensure the effectiveness of the micro-finance delivery mechanisms
so that the funds can be revolving for the next loaning cycle; Ensure that
performance objectives/indicators are developed for the project; He/she will
work based on *Part-Time* consultancy job.

* *

*Qualifications and Experiences:*

University/ masters degree or equivalent in management, Accounting, social
science, international development planning, or related field; Experience in
designing and implementing rural micro-finance projects, particularly
community revolving funds; Proven experience of drafting and writing project
concept notes and Standard Operational Procedure for Microfinance &
revolving fund; Work experience in multi cultural environments; Have
excellent English reading, speaking and writing skill, Acehnese speaking and
reading would be an asset; Ability to work with a team in a multi-cultural
environment ; Ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines;


*(Based in Bireuen)*

* *

He/she will work closely with Project Coordinator and he/she will report
directly to Procurement Officer. He/she will assist the procurement officer
related to the implementation of the project; Ensure that the goods are
procured is received in good condition and distribution of materials to the
appropriate sites in timely manner; He/she also will be responsible in
logistic task at Bireuen office.

*Qualifications and Experiences:*

University degree in Logistics, Business Management or related field; At
least 2 years of experience related to procurement/logistics; Operating
knowledge of Microsoft Office software; Moderate in English spoken and
written, is asset; Highly responsible, reliable, honest and punctual; Good
negotiation skills.

* *


*(Based in Banda Aceh)*

* *

He/she will work part time basis and work closely with the Muslim Aid team,
specially finance department. He/she will provide Internal Audit report to
Management Muslim Aid Indonesia (Country Director/Director Support Services)
with transparancy, accountability and do justice to relevant parties.

*Qualification & Experience:*

University or master degree of financial background or related field.
experience in Senior position minimum 5 years at Accountant Public Firm and
familiar managing programmes funded by institutional donors. Proven
experience of analyzing, Internal audit, report writing, effective
coordination in financial scope, work experience in multi cultural
environments; Have excellent English speaking and writing skills, Acehnese
speaking would be an asset; balanced with a sensitive and honest approach to


*(Based in Banda Aceh)*

He/she will support the EDFF Project & MAI in all related to financial
functions and will be mainly responsible in the establishment of receiving
and disbursing petty cash. She/he will report directly to Assistant Finance
Manager on a daily basis. She/he will be carrying out duties and
responsibilities with limited supervision.

*Qualification and Experiences:*

Bachelor Degree in Finance, Accounting, minimum 1 year experience in a
finance role ; Computer skill with experience of accounting packages,
spreadsheets and databases; Good analytical skills; interpersonal
skills; Ability
to work under pressure to tight deadlines and adapt to change, High level of
honesty and commitment; Bahasa Indonesia must be fluent and can speak in
English and Acehnese is an advantage;


Applications should be addressed to: *Human Resource Department, Muslim Aid
Indonesia, Jalan T. Bintara Pineung No. 27 Banda Aceh 23116*, or email to * *with the position in the Subject.

All applications should include cover letter mentioning the position
clearly, updated resume (CV), a passport size photograph, photocopy of ID
card and two references. Application should be received not later than
*6thAugust, 2010 at 12.00 pm.

*HR Department*
Muslim Aid Indonesia I Banda Aceh
(0651) 7552938


Social Worker - Jakarta

IOM Indonesia is looking for a Social Worker (3 positions) according to
the terms of reference stipulated below. Interested candidates are
invited to submit their applications to> not later than 17 August 2010
indicating the reference code, indicated below, in the subject. All
candidates are requested to specify their availability date in the
application form. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be

Reference No : SVN/ID10/2010/036

Position Title : Social Worker (3 positions)

Classification : General Service Staff, Grade

Duty Station : Kalideres (Jakarta), Tanjung
Pinang & Pontianak - Indonesia

Type & Duration of Contract : Special all-inclusive, 3 months with
possibility of extension

General Functions:

Under the direct supervision of the Psychosocial Support Coordinator,
IOM Indonesia for Psychosocial and Mental health matters and the overall
supervision of the Programme Coordinator, IOM Indonesia and in close
coordination with sub office structures, the incumbent will provide
oversight, supervise and monitor the implementation of the psychosocial
assistance activities for the irregular migrants in Indonesia. In
particular, he/she will:

1. Implement tailored psychosocial program activities for the
irregular migrants (IMs) and ensure that the implementation of social,
religious and educational/vocational activities and the like, are
culturally appropriate and fully respects the confidentiality of the
information on migrants.

2. Work closely with the IOM team (medical, operation, and other
related officers), local authorities and/or national government,
international organizations, and NGOs to inform and advocate for
remedies and solutions to psychosocial and protection issues faced by
irregular migrants.

3. Assess psychosocial and protection needs and identify
problems/gaps, risk and vulnerabilities, including those related to
gender and age. Propose/prioritise initiatives to reduce these risks
and increase the resilience capacity within the IMs communities in
detention and community settings.

4. Ensure presence in IMs communities through regular visits to
detention centres, temporary settlement areas to collect information on
the conditions faced by IMs including the availability of humanitarian
assistance (shelter, food, water/sanitation, health and education) and
access to services by different segments of IMs populations.

5. Actively engage the IMs in the development of psychosocial
activities and use available resources within the target population.
Encourage migrants to provide assistance to their own community members
by sharing their own knowledge and skills to influence the decision
making process affecting their daily living situations.

6. Ensure referral mechanisms are established for referring
migrants with potential mental/psychosocial health problems or any other
general health issues to the appropriate health care service providers
in the area.

7. Provide basic counselling and implementation of psychosocial
activities where needed, possible and appropriate in a scheduled manner
including specific educational activities addressing the identified
social-health issues.

8. Organize case management for case record, collate, review for
completeness of information and maintain a filing, retrieval and
forwarding system of documents/records for each migrant undergoing
assessment, mental / psychosocial consultation, treatment, referral and
follow up.

9. Conduct ongoing monitoring, analysis and reporting of the
psychosocial condition of the IMs and provide periodic reports of
psychosocial activities conducted in the designated areas including
psychological reports and statistics on a monthly basis to the
Psychosocial Support Program Coordinator.

10. Perform other duties as may be assigned.

Desirable Qualifications:

University or Bachelor degree in social work / psychology or
alternatively, a combination of relevant experience and training in this
field. At least three years of direct work experience in social work,
have worked in settings with protection issues such as battered women,
rape victims, family/domestic abuse and trauma/post care. Experience in
working with irregular migrants; trafficked persons; general counselling
and networking.

Excellent communication skills, personal commitment, efficiency and
flexibility. Ability to work with minimal supervision. Excellent
understanding and application of ethical practices within the
disciplines and a good understanding of rights based approaches. Good
level of computer literacy. Awareness of gender issues. Ability to work
effectively and harmoniously in a team with colleagues from varied
cultures and professional backgrounds.

Language: Proficient in the English language, proficiency in languages
spoken by migrants (Farsi, Arabic, Tamil, Myanmarese) is an advantage.

For more detail info about us, please visit our website :
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Monday, August 2, 2010

istrict Finance & Administrative Assistant - Aceh besar

Bappeda Aceh Besar District, invites applications from qualified Indonesian Professionals for the position:
(1) District Finance & Administrative Assistant - Aceh Besar (Code: DFA Aceh Besar),

Duration of contract: until 31 December 2010 under Bappeda Aceh Besar contract

Key tasks:

Under supervision of Bappeda and District Programme Manager, provide technical assistance on finance implementation in the assigned selected district area.

Qualifications and Experience Required:

Bachelor or Diploma in finance/accountant

Good personality (honest and trustworthy)

Good maintenance skill (office equipment and vehicle)

Able to communicate in English, both oral and written

At least one (1) year of working experience

Willing to work in basic living conditions

Salary Offer : IDR 4,000,000 – 4,500,000 based on experience and salary history.

Please submit your updated CV and application letter by email to The file must not
exceed 200 KB with Post Code as the subject of your email. Closing date is one (1) week after the Announcement. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.


Save the children vacancy - Aceh

Save the Children is a leading nonprofit humanitarian relief and
development organization working in more than 45 countries throughout
the world. Our mission is to create lasting, positive change in the
lives of children in need. Currently Save the Children has an immediate
need for an experienced staffs for an initial 5 (five) months contract
period to be a part of our LINK, MCHIP, SPECIAL and BLEND Project Team
and start immediately in Bener Meriah.

The positions needed are as follow:

1. Health & Livelihoods Coordinator (Code: H&L Coord - BM)

Primary Purpose

is responsible for all aspects of planning, coordination, implementation
and M&E of the education program, in BLEND and LINK Projects. S/he works
in close collaboration with the Program Manager. The Health and
Livelihoods Coordinator (HLC) provides leadership and team management to
ensure the implementation of education component in the projects
goal/objectives within the approved budget and time frame. S/he
supervises all project activities on a daily basis, ensures monitoring
and evaluation as per the project plans, oversights budget execution per
component and integration of components; The HLC is also responsible for
donor reporting, relationships with stakeholders (and particularly local
government representatives), supervision and coaching/ mentoring of
staff. S/he ensures increased awareness of community members on Save the
Children goals, objectives and strategies.


* A minimum of Graduate (Sarjana/S1) in Education or Social
* Having a minimum of 4 years experience in Health/Livelihoods and
at least 3 years in similar positions
* Previous experience in project management, strong knowledge of
Project Cycle Management
* Experience working with communities and community-based
* Strong analytical and writing skills
* Ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks
* Effective verbal, presentation and listening communication
* Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to lead
a team through vision and values
* Ability to develop and maintain strong relationships with
beneficiaries and counterparts
* Coaching and counseling skills, proactive problem solving
* Excellent Bahasa Indonesia and English language skills, both
written and verbal
* Computer literacy skills
* Willingness to work in post-conflict zones
* Ability to travel and work under pressure
* Commitment to and understanding of Save the Children's aims,
values and principles

Desirable skills

* Experience in organizing community based health and/or early
childhood Development services
* Experience working in post-conflict affected areas; Good
understanding of conflict sensitive programming

2. Logistics & HR Officer (Code: Logs&HR - BM)

Primary Purpose

To provide support for Program Manager in area of logistic, HR and
administrative functions and to ensure optimum support that enable
smooth functioning of provincial level program operation.

Core responsibilities:

In the logistics works, she/he will involve in procurement, maintaining
logistic system, monitoring distribution and warehouse (if any),
Searching and negotiating for Office and Residences for lease and ensure
all staff need is available. The post requires frequent travel, stay and
work in and around the selected project areas. Flexibility is needed for
adaptation to the harsh conditions in the sites. In the administration
areas she/he will provide administrative support to the field team and
maintains communication with Jakarta administrative office. In the HR
areas, the post holder will support Program Manager in running the human
resources function in the field in a day to day operation.


* Bachelor Degree in Law, Business Administration or Social
Science, or;
* Having at least 3 years of experience in similar post area with
minimum 2 years working in International NGO

Skills and Knowledge:

* Sound computer skills (office applications)
* Knowledge of Basic Human Resources, Logistic and Admin
* Accurate, systematic, trustworthy and detailed

* Good communications and interpersonal skill

* Cultural sensitivity and ability to work without
regard to religious, ethnic and cultural differences

* Ability to work in a multicultural team

Behavioral Competencies:

* Facilitating attitude
* Pro-active and flexible
* Ability to take initiative

3. CASHIER (Code: Cash - BM)

Primary Purpose

The post holder will work closely with Finance Officer in field office
and provide daily operation of cashiering activity, monitoring cash
transaction and maintaining the communication with the bank, staff and
supplier to ensure all finance activity run smoothly in field office in
line with SC policy and procedure.


* Bachelor degree in accounting or finance field, OR;
* At least 3 years experience in accounting and finance in an
international organization or INGO

Skills & Knowledge:

* Skilled in finance and accounting system
* Knowledge about prevailing tax regulation
* Excellent knowledge of computer program (Excel, spreadsheets,
* Excellent spoken and written English
* Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with strong
representation skills

Behavioral Competencies:

* Concern for detail
* Integrity
* Analytical thinking
* Organization commitment
* Information seeking

Due to urgent need, applications will be reviewed on a daily basis and
candidates may be interviewed and position filled before the closing
date. Updated CV and application letter should be sent to . Please fill the 'subject' column of
the e-mails in this format: code of the position - your name
<...>. Closing date for application is 10 (ten) days (or 7 August 2010)
after this advertisement (Only short-listed candidates will be

All recruitment practices and procedures reflect SC's commitment to
protecting children from abuse

Qualified women encouraged to apply



Save the Children is a leading nonprofit humanitarian relief and
development organization working in more than 45 countries throughout
the world. Our mission is to create lasting, positive change in the
lives of children in need. Currently Save the Children has an immediate
need for an experienced staffs for an initial 5 (five) months contract
period to be a part of our EXCEED Program Team and start immediately in

The position needed is as follow:


Primary Purpose

The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Specialist will guide and oversee
the implementation of the project's monitoring and evaluation strategies
and requirements. S/he will ensure consistency in and complentarity
among the objectives and indicators in the project. S/he will develop
data collection software and build NGO capacity to utilize it.

Core responsibilities:

The following specific duties have been enumerated mainly for the
incumbent to have a clear understanding of the position and the roles
and responsibilities expected and should therefore not be considered
absolute and exhaustive.

Key Responsibilities:

* Develop M&E strategy and plan, including key
process and impact indicators for the EXCEED project.

* Ensure consistency among sub grant partners to the
US Department of Labor core institutional development and service
delivery indicators.

* Review and adapt software from US Department of
Labor Education Initiative on Child Labor and designing processes for
capturing and reporting data

* Develop systems for tracking the indicators, and
develop forms and procedures to support monitoring.

* Provide technical assistance to sub grant partners
in the design and implementation of M&E plans.

* Liaise with partners and ensure that they use the
best monitoring and evaluation tools and techniques available.

* Compile and disseminate M&E information needed for
periodic project planning and reviews by project staff.

* Using project data, prepare reports and other
documents related to the project's progress and impact as required for
Department of Labor.

* Work closely with sub grant partners to design M&E
plans for activities; ensure quality program reporting; and monitor
program implementation.

* The M&E Specialist play a lead role in developing
the project's evaluation agenda, and oversee the study on the children
in plantation and child sex worker, baseline and end line survey.

* Ensure evaluation and research is disseminated and
understood by stakeholders.


* Advanced degree in a social science.
* At least 3 years progressively responsible experience in the
monitoring and evaluation of international development projects,
preferably in education and training or related field.

* Related experience in strategic planning and performance
measurement, indicator selection, quantitative and qualitative data
collection and analysis methodologies, and knowledge of the Government
Performance and Results Act (GPRA).

* Experience with the application of data to improve program
management, especially in developing country settings.
* Facilitation and training skills.
* Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to work as part of at
* Excellent PC/database skills and knowledge of current
statistical packages.
* Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to lead
and work effectively in team situations.
* Excellent oral and written communication skills.
* Fluency in English is required

Due to urgent need, applications will be reviewed on a daily basis and
candidates may be interviewed and position filled before the closing
date. Updated CV and application letter should be sent to . Please fill the 'subject' column of
the e-mails in this format: code of the position - your name
<...>. Closing date for application is 7 (seven) days (or 4 August
2010) after this advertisement (Only short-listed candidates will be

All recruitment practices and procedures reflect SC's commitment to
protecting children from abuse

Qualified women encouraged to apply


care vacancy - NTT

CARE International Indonesia (CII), as an international NGO, has carried out
large scale operations in Indonesia, encompassing emergency operations,
transitional activities centered on agriculture and nutrition and a range of
development initiatives in such areas as water and sanitation, health and

CARE Indonesia in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara is currently recruiting the
following position for its project:


The Project Officer has overall responsibility for implementing the various
tasks of the DRR Project in NTT. This will include such tasks as identifying and
preparing rosters of conducting community planning meetings, conducting local
institutions surveys, , assessing community training needs, defining
community priorities, and in general, providing the interface between program
staff and community membership. S/he will need to ensure that the programs are
well planned and the goals are met.

• Conduct participatory preliminary assessment of potential for disaster risk
mitigation. And survey and keenly compile data or information from the sources
regarding to the community development sectors with assistance from Community
• Coordination with PM and coordinate activities with the communities
• Support development of material for community awareness and capacity building
and develop curriculum training, and schedule of training to the community as
implementations of community development program.
• Implementing the technical support to field activities with Field Facilitator.

• Fully control and ensure the design, specification and technique of the
implementation of the DRR and village planning activities.
• Assist, coordinate and support Program Team for the implementation of the
achieved project targets.
• Support development of material for community awareness and capacity building
• Support capacity building of staff and prepare reporting on needs for capacity
building of staff.
• Ensure that cross cutting issues are mainstreamed.
• Socialization and awareness raising of the needs of DMP and EWS.
• Develop a monthly report to the project manager on the progress made and
potential problems.
• Provide input and recommendation for improving the performance and support of
the project manager.
• Ensure the financial administration of the field project are meet the CARE
International standard system
• Conduct any other duties that may reasonably be assigned inline with the
position from Project Manager.
• Documentation of lessons learned and practices

• University degree in Social and agriculture or any relevant background.
• At least 2 (two) year of experience in the field of disaster program, and
3(three) years in proven community facilitation capacity;
• Good communications skills, including negotiation skills
• Good interpersonal skills, including patience, diplomacy, willingness to
listen and respect for beneficiaries
• Willing to spend a considerable amount of time in the field
• Honest, responsible, self motivated and able to take initiative under minimum

• Able to give helpful directions, detailed instructions and demonstrations
• Demonstrate ability to work as part of a team in a cross cultural environment
• Able to negotiate and to clarify expectations of both the community and CARE
• Knowing and understanding HCVA, PRA, LEISA or Community Radio mechanism, EWS
is preferable;
• Experience building partnership with NGOs and other civil society
• Experience with spatial planning, including village spatial planning and
community planning;
• Gender sensitive with experience in integrating women into all aspects of
community development (gender mainstreaming);
• Proven track record of ability to cope in a positive manner within a high
pressure environment as expected in the project with a tight schedule;
• Proven track record in managing successful relationship with government and
NGOs together with competencies in administration duties;
• Good understanding of environmental and gender issues related to disaster risk
• Ability to promote team work, enthusiastic & energetic.
• Excellent knowledge of computer applications (word, excel, etc); fully
computer literate;
• Prior work experience with international NGOs is preferable;

Kupang 80%, travel 20%


The Finance Officer contributes to the overall performance of the sub office by
ensuring that all disbursements and receipts are processed correctly and
reported on time.

Transactions Processing and Documentation
1. Process advances (travel advance and project advance) and enter into SCALA;
2. Review and process travel expense report (TER), project expense report and
enter into SCALA;
3. Process medical payment and enter in Scala.
4. Write bank transfer letters + cheques.
5. Process utilities payments.
6. Prepare all procurement payment (PO and Non PO).
7. Process cash receipts from Staff and ensuring that they are deposited in a
timely manner.
8. Cancelling by placing the paid stamp on all documents that have been paid..
Financial Management and Analysis
1. Audit petty cash payments (disbursement) and enter that in Scala after
2. Manage the petty cash float by ensuring re-imbursements are made on time and
disbursements are accounted for properly.
3. Prepare bank reconciliation on time.
4. Ensuring that where there are errors, adjusting entries are raised to effect
Custody and Filing
1. Maintaine blank + signed cheques.
2. Ensuring that all documents are filed properly and on time.
Any other duties that maybe reasonably assigned by the supervisor.

1. University degree in Accounting from reputable university.
2. At least three years working experience. If applicant is a graduate of a
3-year diploma program, a minimum of four years working experience is required.
3. Ability to work with computers and in particular Microsoft Office like excel
and word .
4. Ability to work within tight deadlines.
5. Ability to work in a multicultural setting.
6. Attention to details
7. Good communication

Kupang, NTT 100 %


• Screen of incoming telephone calls and the pacing of out going telephone calls
• Receive and direct visitors
• Process incoming, correspondence by opening mail, recording in log book,
photocopying, circulating and filing
• Open mail each morning and send mail/e-mail as requested
• Assist Project Manager to collect Travel Expense Report project staff
• Assist Project Manager to prepare letters, project data, and monthly report
• Assist Project Manager to process the office supply procurement
• Control and monitor the office supply use and availability for regular needs
of project staff
• Prepare breakdown monthly invoices for official phone, electricity
• Assist in maintenance of active and inactive general file to ensure that all
correspondences and documents are filed properly
• Assist Project Manager and any other team members to run any project
activities (training, course, workshop) internal CARE, in the community and with
• Assist in maintenance inventory in Project and prepare monthly FFE Report
• Contact Equipment vendors to purchase, services and repair office equipment
• Maintain and monitoring organization’s assets, including vehicles/motorcycles.
• Supervise driver guard
• Fleet management: vehicle traffic, vehicle maintenance, monitoring log and
fuel consumption analysis properly by establishing vehicles/motorcycles files.
• Processing the procurement request for the project and ensure the process
complies with the CARE Indonesia Procurement Manual.
• Preparing staff attendance reports, medical reimbursement, leave report, and
preparing payroll calculation.
• Coordinate with HR Head Quarter if there is personnel requisition for project
purpose and other HR duties
• Coordinate with Admin/Procurement Head Quarter for proper procedure and
admin/procurement process cannot handle in the field.
• Arrange/book flight for staff for official travel purpose
• Assist and any other assignment assigned by supervisor


• Minimum Bachelors Degree in Administration, Economy or other Social Sciences
• Ability to communicate in English both spoken and written is preferable.
• Ability to operate standard computer programs (Window, Excel, Outlook &
Internet, PowerPoint)
• Ability to build and work in teams and to be pro-active
• Minimum 2 years experience in Secretarial or Administration/Procurement Area
• Demonstrated ability to promote and initiate work processes and complete given
assignments with minimum supervision
• Able to handle patty cash system
• Financial management knowledge and experience will be advantage
• Fluency in Bahasa Indonesia and English
• Advanced computer skills in MS Word and Excel
• Trustworthiness, integrity, good analytical thinking and attention to detail
• Have willingness to learn
• Ability to work under pressure and tight deadlines
• Able to ride motorcycle and has the license

Kupang 80%, travel 20%


The CII driver, base in Kupang, NTT, is responsible to safety driver CII
vehicles for the transport of authorized personnel, a hiding by the NTT traffic
rules and regulations.

1. Safety and security of CII: Staff and passengers while in CII vehicles
Keselamatan dan keamanan pegawai dan penumpang CII selama menggunakan kendaraan
1.1. Responsible to follow all driving rules, regulation and procedure as per
the CII vehicle policy.
Bertanggung jawab untuk mengikuti semua peraturan pengemudi dan prosedur
mengemudi seperti yang telah diteteapkan di Indonesia.

1.2. Ensure that all passenger buckle teir seatbelt prior to the vehicle’s
Pastikan bahwa setiap penumpang menggunakan sabuk pengaman terlebih dahulu
sebelum berangkat.
1.3. Daily inspection of the following items:
Pemeriksaan rutin sebagai berikut:
1.3.1. Contents of first aid and ensure that all items taken out are signed for
and placed immediately.
Daftar kotak P3K dan pastikan bahwan semua jenis yang diambil ditandatangani
agar dapat diisi kembali apabila telah habis.
1.3.2. Safe box items have not been tampered with overing or used during the
day: if something os missing it must be reported immediately.
Kotak P3K, seperti jarum suntik tidak dapat disimpan kembali apabila digunakan,
jika ada beberapa item yang hilang harus segera dilaporkan.
1.3.3. Ensure that the spare tile is in good condition and that all tools
required are in the vehicle
Pastikan bahwa ban cadangan dalam keadaan baik dan semua peralatan kendaraan
yang diperlukan ada dalam kendaraan tersebut.
2. Maintenance of CARE Vehicles
Perawatan Kendataan CII
2.1. Perform daily maintenance of the assigned vehicle, checking oil, water,
battery brakes, tires, petrol, etc.
Melakukan perawatan kendaraan rutin seperti yang telah ditugaskan, memeriksa
minyak, air, baterai, rem, ban, gasoline, dll.
2.2. Ensure all CII office vehicle are well maintained and advise the supervisor
of all repair requirements and personally check vehicle after servicing for
Pastikan semua kendaraan kantor CARE dalam perawatan yang baik dan ingatkan
atasan lansung akan adanya perbaikan dan pengecekkan kendaraan yang dilakukan
oleh atasan langsung sendiri setelah perbaikan.

2.3. Ensure that the CARE vehicle are secure (doors locked) at all times while
Pastikan bahwa kendaraan CARE aman (pintu terkunci) setiap saat diparkiran.
2.4. Daily cleaning of the vehicle both interior and exterior.
Membersihkan kendaraan setiap hari, bagian dalam dan luar kendaraan
3. Administrative and of other task required by the supervisor.
Administrasi dan tugas lain akan diberikan oleh atasan langsung.
3.1. Accurately register all trips, including daily mileage and fuel on the
vehicle long sheet.
Secara akurat mencatat setiap perjalanan, terutama jarak (km) dan minyak.
3.2. Collect and deliver official mail, packages and other items as requested.
Mengumpul dan menerima surat resmi, paket dan barang lainnya seperti yang telah
3.3. Perform any other duties as required by the supervisor, including assisting
with project or administration activities as required.
Memlakukan pekerjaan lain seperti yang diminta oleh atasan langsung termasuk
membantu aktifitas project atau administrasi sesuai dengan permintaan.


• SMU or diploma (Minimum SMU/ Diploma)
• Have valid drive license A or B1 (Memiliki SIM A atau B1 yang valid)
• Understanding in traffic “Lalu Lintas” policy (Mengetahui peraturan lalu
• Trustworthy and strong sense of responsibility (Dapat dipercaya dan memiliki
rasa tanggung jawab)
• At least 2 years experience on NTT’s roads area (minimal memiliki pengalaman 2
tahun mengenai jalan-jalan di NTT)
• Having proper certification preferred (Memiliki sertifikasi terkait lebih
• Understanding of basic English preferred (memiliki kemampuan bahasa inggris
dasar lebih diutamakan)

Kupang 25%, Travel 75 %

CARE is an equal opportunity employer offering a competitive salary and benefits
package, and a collegial working environment. Applicants are invited to send a
cover letter illustrating their suitability for the above positions, and
detailed curriculum vitae, with names and addresses of three referees (including
telephone, fax numbers and email address). Please DO NOT attached academic
transcripts and Diplomas and state clearly the applied position code in the
email subject.

Please submit your applications before August 3rd 2010 to CARE International
Indonesia, Human Resources Unit: for Project Officer for Finance Officer for Admin & Procurement Assistant for Driver

"Only qualified applicants will be shortlisted"


oxfam vacancy - Papua

Build the future

Gender inequality is a root contributing factor to many development challenges
in Indonesia, which is why we have launched a programme that aims to give women
in Papua a much stronger voice in their communities. Now we need your help to
ensure it’s a success. For this position, experience of working and living in
Papua is essential.

Programme Manager Working with the team, you’ll work with women’s group to
empower them and help them influence policy that affects them and get experience
to participate fully in development. Managing budgets and reporting on project
progress, you’ll have plenty of local knowledge and experience of women’s needs
in development. You should be ready to support women in everything they wish to
do and able to communicate well with wide range of people in Indonesian and in

To apply, please send your application to

Closing date: 13 August 2010

We are committed to ensure diversity and gender equity within the organization.


wildlife crime unit staff - aceh/sumut

Perekrutan Staff Baru Wildlife Crime Unit

Wildlife Conservation Society Indonesia Program Membuka kesempatan kepada siapa saja yang memenuhi persyaratan dibawah ini untuk posisi Investigator dan Tim Patroli kawasan dan siap di tempatkan di Sumatera Utara dan Aceh, persyaratan tersebut adalah :

1. WNI
2. fresh graduate (S1)
3. Bisa mengoperasikan GPS
4. Menguasai navigasi dan perpetaan
5. Bisa mengoprasikan Peralatan kamera
6. Siap ditempatkan di Sumatera Utara dan Aceh
7. Siap untuk melakukan training untuk seleksi lebih lanjut
8. Berani, dan mau bekerja keras
9. Untuk investigator harus siap dimobilisasi di seluruh wilayah Indonesia.

Kepada anda yang berminat segera kirimkan lamaran dan CV ke dan cc ke:, paling lambat tanggal 4 Agustus 2010 kepada 20 kandidat terpilih akan segera mengikuti training penyaringan lebih lanjut.


Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Oxfam vacancy - makasar

Oxfam GB is an international NGO working in over 70 countries to reduce poverty and suffering by supporting development, humanitarian and advocacy work.
Currently we are seeking qualified and highly motivated individuals to support our Coastal Livelihood Project in Sulawesi.

* Gender Adviser Coastal Livelihood
Post is offered on fixed term contract based in Makassar
One (1) position

Drawing on your knowledge and commitment to women’s right, you will have
experience in gender training and gender specific advocacy. You’ll support Oxfam
staff and project partners to conduct in-depth analysis and assess women’s
specific rights and needs in this coastal livelihood project. You’ll need
several years experience og effective gender training and advocacy; experience
of coaching and mentoring; strong communications skills; be assertive and able
to persuade and negotiate.

* Livelihood Adviser Coastal Livelihood
Post is offered on fixed term contract based in Makassar
One (1) position

As Livelihood Adviser, you will be a key member of the team. You will understand
the issues around development of coastal livelihoods and be educated in
agriculture or development studies. You’ll have experience of grass roots
community development work. In order to be effective you will have experience of
coaching, mentoring with excellent communication skills.

* Project Officer Coastal Livelihood
Post is offered on fixed term contract based in Makassar
One (1) position

You will have experience in community development, capacity building as well as
familiarity with participatory appraisal, monitoring and evaluation techniques.
Good planning, time management and financial management skills will be
necessary. The Project Officer needs highly developed communication and culture
awareness skills and the ability to gain and keep respect and trust with local

Please submit your CV with covering letter to Oxfam GB by email to:
Closing date for application: 7 August 2010

Please not that only short-listed applicant will be contacted.
More information on Oxfam can be found in our website:
Oxfam is striving to be an equal opportunities employer and particularly
encourages applications from women.


program officer - jakarta

CWS Indonesia ( is an international non-governmental development organization, working in various locations in Indonesia with the aim of improving the lives of poor and vulnerable Indonesians, is searching for the following positions:

- Program Officer -Community Based Activity (CBA) , Jakarta

General Requirements:

- Having experience in working with INGO or international environment

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

- Possessing computer skills, including internet communication/research and various office applications (Microsoft Words, Excel and Power Point)

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

- Willing to travel to project site and to be based on project site

- Able to speak and write English and Bahasa Indonesia

- Should have the ability to interact and communicate with wide range of stakeholder (local NGO, local government and beneficiaries)

Specific Requirements:

Program Officer (code: PO - CBA)

- Having background/ degree in Psychology, Sociology, Social work, Humanities, or related field with at least 2 years working experience in related field

- Good interpersonal skills with ability to motivate/counsel both staff as well as local partners/community

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

- Having a skill in writing, reporting, and documenting is essential.

- Having an understanding of discrimination and its effects.

should include a covering letter, expected gross salary, in word file (max 300KB) to with code, before 31st July 2010.


Habitat for humanity vacancy - jakarta

Habitat for Humanity (HFH) is a global nonprofit, Christian housing ministry. We
seek to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness from the world, and to make
decent shelter a matter of conscience and action. Please visit www.habitat.orgor
www.habitatindonesia.orgfor more detailed information.

Habitat for Humanity Indonesia, a national foundation established in 1997, is
now seeking highly competent, active and experienced Indonesians to fill the
positions of;

Jakarta base
To support Resource Director to manage Resource Development department to be a
major contributor to the HFH Indonesia fundraising, advocacy activities and
goals especially in marketing, maintain a long term relation of HFH Indonesia
and corporations.

-Developing and implementing HFH Indonesia Resource Development Plans by
following-up on HFHId and in country contacts with major corporations and
-Initiating corporate donation and media campaign strategy
-Actively proposing methods and projects to engage corporate donors
-Coordinating donor services regularly or incidentally as appropriate.
-Initiating contacts with branches and subsidiaries of major corporate donors in
-Liaising with members of National Board of Trustees and Affiliates Resource
Development committees to expand local fund raising
-Working with HFH Asia Pacific - Global Collaboration Network representative -
to market donor opportunities in support of HFH Indonesia program
-Working with Affiliate office staff to assess resource development needs and

-Minimum Bachelor Degree from recognized university
-Minimum 3 years in the same position or experience in senior position of
related work

-Ability to work independently and effectively
-Have vast knowledge of fund raising and international grant preparation
-Excellent oral and written English language
-Ability to communicate and dealing with target group segment especially with
senior corporate executives
-Having leadership capability and team work
-Having capacity to expand HFH Indonesia program
-Negotiation skill and perseverance
-Demonstrating high level of integrity and honesty

Jakarta base
To support Corporate Relation Coordinator to manage Resource Development with
corporations and other donors related to be a major contributor to the Habitat
For Humanity Indonesia fundraising.
-Actively propose methods and projects to engage corporate donors
-Market specific HFH Indonesia programs and activities and special events to
relevant audience.
-Follow up contact initiation with corporate donors or candidates with all their
branches or subsidiaries related.

-Communicate actively with affiliate office staff to realize results of resource
development need and priority assessment.
-Support Corporate Relation Coordinator in developing and implementing HFH
Indonesia Resource Development Plans.
-Initiate and/or support Corporate Relation Coordinator to broaden donor
opportunities in supporting HFH Indonesia programs

-Minimum Bachelor Degree from recognized university
-Minimum 2 years in the related position
-Have vast knowledge of fund raising and grant preparation
-Excellent oral and written English language
-Familiar with marketing and donor relations
-Ability to work effectively and a team work player
-Negotiation skill and perseverance
-High level of integrity and honesty
-Having experience working in NGO is preferable

Please send your resume with a covering letter specifying which position you are
applying for and briefly explaining how your experience is relevant to this
position by e-mail to:

The application should be received on Friday, 6th August 2010. Only short listed
candidates will be contacted.


UNFCCC Fellowship Programme

UNFCCC Fellowship Programme

The objective of the fellowship programme is to contribute to building capacity
for addressing climate change in non-Annex I Parties, in particular small island
developing States (SIDS) and least developed countries (LDCs) Parties, through
the development of local professional expertise by:

Supporting innovative analytical work on climate change in the context of
sustainable development;
Promoting a network of experts who can bring creative and innovative options to
bear on questions of climate change;
Encouraging the leadership potential of young and promising professionals in
their fields.

The programme target group consists of mid-career professionals who are already
in a government’s employment and who are nationals of and working in a
developing country, particularly a SIDS and LDC Party. While fellowships are
awarded to individuals, the need for training must occur within the context of
the institution for which an applicant works. The training must help the
institution to develop its capacity. This means that the applicants must:

Obtain permission from their employer for leave of absence for the term of the
fellowship, and provide written certification that s/he will return to the
Party’s governmental institution addressing climate change after her/his
fellowship for at least six month;
Get a written certification from their employer that the subject of the proposed
training is relevant to the needs of the organization.

This programme is not intended for students, and does not provide financial
support for an advanced degree, such as fieldwork for a PhD degree.


The fellowship programme is open to individuals working in a broad range of
governmental organizations, ranging from educational institutions, research
institutes and ministries. Candidates must meet the following criteria:

Be a national of, and work in an organization located in pre-selected
Normally be no more than 40 years of age on the closing date of application;
Have preferably completed a Master degree, or equivalent, at the time of
application, and a minimum of 3 years of work experience. Candidates with a
first degree and a minimum of five years work experience may also be considered;
Have good communication skills in English

Priority will be accorded to candidates from SIDS and LDC countries.

Opportunities for work projects and working conditions

There are a wide range of opportunities for fellows in the secretariat. Work
projects may be carried out in any of the secretariat programmes on a number of
issues e.g.. future of climate change, technology, financial assistance,
inventories, mechanisms, etc...

The exact work programme to be pursued will be determined in consultation with
each fellow according to her/his own area of expertise and interest. Once the
work programme is determined, the selected fellow will be placed in the relevant
secretariat programme, under the supervision/guidance of a programme officer
designated by the hosting programme.

Fellows are expected to prepare an analytical paper of 20 - 30 pages containing
the results of their work at the end of the fellowship period. The paper should
be prepared in English to the extent possible, but may also be submitted in
French or Spanish. In special cases, the paper may be prepared in one of the
other official languages of the UN (Arabic, Chinese, or Russian). The paper will
be reviewed by secretariat staff and the secretariat will maintain publication


The fellowship programme annually awards up to five fellowships.

Fellowships are awarded for a period of three to six months.
Fellowships shall normally begin within six months after the award being
Fellowship periods will be individually arranged to accommodate, to the extent
possible, the particular needs of each fellow.
The award is a fixed, non-negotiable sum which is intended to cover living
expenses at the UNFCCC secretariat in Bonn. In addition, the programme covers
travel costs by the least costly route.
Each fellow must obtain medical clearance and also provide proof of health
insurance with full international coverage before traveling to Germany. It is
the responsibility of the fellow to arrange for insurance against risks
occurring during the fellowship.
Fellows are responsible for making their own housing and other arrangements,
although assistance in securing accommodation may be provided.
Accompanying family members will not be covered and are the sole responsibility
of the fellow.
Fellows are not eligible to apply for advertised positions within the
secretariat within six months following the conclusion of their assignment with
the secretariat.


Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Pacific oil - Aceh & jakarta Based

Pacific Oil & Gas (Perlak) Ltd is a Partner of Operations Cooperation (Kerja Sama Operasi) with Pertamina EP for Perlak Block in East of Aceh, Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam. Following the company strategy to expand, we are inviting experienced, highly committed and well-qualified professionals to join our existing team on the following roles:

Operation Superintendent (OS) – Perlak (Aceh) Based

Lead and direct production and maintenance team to optimize and maintain the production facilities and wells. Manage production and maintenance programs for non-reserve assets by developing and implementing strategic production and maintenance management systems for the profitable operation of all surface and sub-surface equipment and facilities of an assigned field to achieve established objectives in the safest, most productive manner while remaining within approved budget and guidelines of company policies.

Field Manager (FM) – Perlak (Aceh) Based

Plan, lead and manage field infrastructure, production and maintenance of the field operation. Develop and implement effective and efficient operation and maintenance systems and program to achieve safe and productive field operation. Maintain good performance in SE and QA/QC areas. Possessed KATEK/ WAKATEK Certificate & proven track record, and familiar with oil & gas budgeting system (WP&B, AFE, etc).

Maintenance Supervisor (MS) – Perlak (Aceh) Based

Perform mechanical maintenance activities; interface with production/well and support services. Perform development submission & facilities control, plant/ production equipment maintenance budget & expenses AFEs. Ensure compliance of breakdown & preventive maintenance programs, and critical devices function test.

For above positions Bachelor degree/higher in related degree/engineering background with min. 10 years position track in related oil and gas experience.

Drilling Engineer (DE) – Jakarta Based

Prepare well design, drilling program and schedule, AFEs, specifications for rigs & equipment, Scope of Work for tenders, detailed well operation plan, etc. Review and supervise drilling operations at work-site.

Facilities Engineer (FE) – Jakarta Based

Perform all key activities & initiatives on conceptual & detailed design, project engineering & EPC management for surface facility scope of work. Participate in AFE proposal preparation, submission, progress monitoring and in surface & production facilities operation and maintenance.

Production Supervisor (PSV) – Perlak (Aceh) Based

Lead and direct field production and well operations as well as maintain equipment reliability to achieve safe and optimal production.

Lab & QA Technical Officer (LQE) – Perlak (Aceh Based)

Update, maintain and review QA management system and programs. Develop and implement measures to inspect and measure quality standards in compliance with quality policies, specifications and industry standards. Implement process oriented quality control metrics to track performance and compliance.

Logistics Coordinator (LC) – Perlak (Aceh Based)

Coordinate and manage the field logistics and warehouse inventory by establish processes to efficiently receive, handle, respond, to, track, and close-out material requests. Ensure effective management of costs relevant to logistics activities. Develop SOP/process flow to receive, issue handle and track inventory materials and physical assets of Company. Familiar with MESCOD and KIMAP.

Procurement Staff (PQ) – Jakarta Based

Assist the Procurement and Contract Manager to prepare all tender documents starting from registration till contract award. Assist in vendor registration process. Understand and follow tender process of PTK-007.

Finance/Cost Control Officer (FC) – Perlak (Aceh) Based

Responsible for day-to-day financial operations / budgetary activities as well as preparation and submission of monthly statements / reports.

Document Controller (DC) – Jakarta Based

Set up & maintain documentation system in accordance with the industry requirements. Index, catalogue, file in a systematic & easily retrievable manner, update and maintain all documents in the documentation system.

For positions above Bachelor degree/ higher in related degree/ engineering background, with min. 5 years position track record in related oil and gas experience.

Security Group Leader (SGL) – Perlak (Aceh) Based

Perform all security tasks to ensure work site is safe to carry out field operation activities, and maintain good external relations with communities in surrounding areas.

Diploma degree to related degree background, with min. 15 years proven track record in security and good external relations networking.

Interested and qualified incumbents are welcome to submit your complete application to the address stated below not later than 30 July 2010.

Recruitment Department, Pacific Oil & Gas (Perlak) Ltd.
Jl. M.H. Thamrin no. 31, Jakarta Pusat 10230


Monday, July 19, 2010

API fellowship

Job Description: It is a fellowships program that provides a grant to successful applicants to carry out a project during the fellowship period of one month to one year in a country or countries (currently confined to Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand).

API Mission Statement

Public Intellectuals are those—academics, researchers, media professionals, artists, creative writers, NGO activists, social workers, public servants and others with moral authority—who are committed to working for the betterment of society by applying their professional knowledge, wisdom and experience.

The Nippon Foundation Fellowships for Asian Public Intellectuals (API Fellowships Program) is designed to stimulate the creation of a pool of such intellectuals in the region. They aim to promote mutual learning among Asian public intellectuals and to contribute to the growth of public spaces in which effective responses to regional needs can be generated.

What are API Senior Fellowships and API Fellowships? (Categories of Fellowships)

The fellowships are offered under two categories: API Senior Fellowships and API Fellowships.
Application Deadline 31August2010

For further information

Read more:

stuned scholarship (belanda)

Job Description: StuNed, Studeren in Nederland, is a scholarship programme focusing on mid-career professionals, as part of the bilateral cooperation between Indonesia and the Netherlands. The scholarship programme aims to contribute to the development of Indonesia through strengthening the human resources of Indonesian organisations. Individual applicants may apply for master degree or short courses in the Netherlands, whilst institutions may apply through the StuNed Group Application and/or for refresher courses. More information of Pre-Registration Stuned 2011 will be announced mid of July 2010.

The StuNed programme is supporting the Dutch policy for development co-operation with Indonesia and aims to contribute to the achievement of the UN Millennium Development Goals in 2015. The framework for the bilateral relations between the Netherlands government with Indonesia is laid down in the Multi-Annual Strategic Plan 2008-2011 (MASP). The overall objective is to strengthen bilateral relations and to support Indonesia in realizing its medium term development goals. The MASP aims to achieve the the following four strategic goals:

1. Improved democracy, stability, human rights and governance, resulting in a just and safe society;

2. Improved economic governance, resulting in sustainable economic growth and an equal distribution of growth through society, in order to decrease poverty more rapidly;

3. Improved environmental and climate policy and implementation, resulting in increased use of renewable energy, sustainable management of natural resources, reducing emissions of greenhouse gas and adaptation to climate change;

4. Intensified bilateral relations through a ‘comprehensive partnership framework’.

The StuNed programme focuses on generating and strengthening institutional capacity in support of the above mentioned strategic goals. Related study fields are: education, rural development, environment, water management and sanitation, trade, good governance and human rights, gender, and culture.

In general, all international training and degree courses offered by Dutch providers are eligible, as long as the chosen programme is in line with the priority areas as mentioned in the Multi Annual Strategic Plan (MASP) 2008-2011. An overview of these courses can be found in

StuNed for Master Degree Programmes

Main requirements to apply:

* be an Indonesian national;
* have earned a S1 or Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent at a recognized university in Indonesia; be able to provide evidence of the academic achievements (minimum G.P.A. score 2.75):
* relevant work experience for at least two years;
* have an academic or professional background that is related to the subject of the course;
* be full time available for the entire period of the study programme or course and be able to participate in and complete all courses;
* TOEFL Computer based 213, or ITP 550, IELTS 6)
* be admitted to one of the courses or programmes offered by Institutes of Higher Education in the Netherlands for the academic year 2010;
* no age limit, but priority will be given to mid-career professionals.

Eligible study programmes

All master courses in with a duration of less then two years, and with a clear relation to the objectives of the StuNed programme.

The deadline for submission of complete application forms is 30 April 2011.

Application form can be download here


Friday, July 16, 2010

fajar harapan - aceh (meulaboh)

Title: Public Health Technical Advisor (readvertise)

Report to: Country Director

1.Bachelor degree in Public health
2.Three years experience in Public health
3.Preferably program manager or program coordinator role
4.Good working knowledge of English
5.Good working knowledge of computer soft ware including Microsoft office, SPSS or EPI info
6.Creative, good interpersonal skill, good understanding or knowledge of Public health industry.

Title: Livelihood officer

Report to: Livelihood Coordinator (readvertise)
Location: Calang, Aceh Jaya

The Livelihood Officer will be based in Lembaga Fajar Harapan Calang Office and reports to Livelihood Coordinator on all matters pertinent to her job. She will responsible for conducting sewing training, other skill trainings and business management training to women.

1.Has 2 years experience in conducting sewing and other skill trainings
2.Has experience of livelihoods or income generation projects
3.Preferably female and has driving license
4.Able to speak Acehnese is an advantage.

Title: Agriculture officer (readvertise)

Job Title: Agriculture Officer
Report to: Agriculture Coordinator
Location: Calang or Meulaboh


The Agriculture Officer will be based in Lembaga Fajar Harapan (LFH) field office and reports to the agriculture coordinator on all matters pertinent to his job. He will responsible for conducting assisting toward farmers, assisting in development of agriculture program ideas, conducting agriculture technical training to farmers, development networking to all potential stakeholders and implementing all agriculture programs in the area.

1. Bachelor degree in Agriculture
2. Has 2 (two) years of relevant experince in organic farming or System of Rice Intensification (SRI).
3. Experience in other crops and animal husbandry is an advantage
4. Preferebly Male and has driving license, female is also considered.

Please send your application, updated CV, salary requirement and references to or Jl. D.I Panjaitan no 116, Medan 20154 no later than Tuesday, July 27, 2010.



ICCO Regional Office, South East Asia
Grant Officer

Based: Denpasar, Indonesia
Closing date: August 7, 2010

The ICCO Office manages projects and programmes of both ICCO and Kerk in
Actie.ICCO is in the process of decentralizing parts of its organisation,
whereby employees will perform their duties from a regional office. From the
regional office in Denpasar, in the region South East Asia ICCO works in
Indonesia, the Philippines, Pacific, East Timor, Burma, Vietnam, Cambodia and
Thailand. More information can be found on our website:


Grant Officer

The main responsibility of the Grant Officer is to conduct financial monitoring,
analysis, assessment and evaluate ICCO Partners in South East Asia Region and to
contribute to proper utilization of funds made available by ICCO & Kerk in Actie
to projects/programmes and programme coalitions.

The main tasks of the Grant officer will be:

* Financial analysis and assessment of programme and project proposals including
revenues, spending, and cash flow forecasts;

* Financial monitoring and evaluation of the partner organisations, programmes
and projects by analysis of financial reports and audits;
* Preparations of projects payments as stated in the contracts between ICCO &
Kerk in Actie and partners;
* Financial handling of institutionally funded projects;
* Preparation and review of financial plans, budgets, performance reports,
project proposals, and return on investment analysis;
* Assess and advise on the financial capacity of partner organisations and
accountability systems

* Facilitate capacity building and expert knowledge in financial administration
and control
* Contribute to the development and implementation of building ICCO & Kerk in
Actie financial management capacities

* Contribute to the strengthening of the control environments of the RO Profile
of the Finance Officer

Qualification needed for this position:
* Relevant educational background and knowledge of Finance or other relevant
professional qualification in Finance;
* Competence and demonstrated experience in using computerized systems,
including financial software applications is essential;

* Experience with institutional donors/funding agencies;
* Substantial experience in finance with a demonstrated track record on
financial monitoring of projects;
* Budgetary responsibility in an international environment would be preferable
but not essential;

* Knowledge on ICT systems used by ICCO & Kerk in Actie is desirable. ICCO uses
MS Office and Microsoft Dynamics;

* Strong inter personal skills, attention to detail, discretion and high
integrity are imperative;

* Excellent language skills in English and Bahasa;
* Ability and willingness to work with people of different backgrounds and to
contribute constructively to a working environment based on mutual respect and
* Willing to travel within the country and outside the country.

Only short listed candidates will be interviewed.
Please send your motivation letter and CV (up to 4 pages maximum and in English)
only by e-mail and before August 7,2010 to The
interviews will be held the second half of August. When shortlisted, you will
receive an invitation. A reference check will be part of the procedure. We plan
to contract the grant officer from September 2010. Duration of Assignment: 12
months with possibility for extension.

ICCO gives an equal-opportunity employment regardless of race, gender, religion,
or political affiliations.


Thursday, July 1, 2010

operating assistant - Bali

IOM Indonesia is looking for an Operations Assistant II according to the terms of reference below. Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications to not later than 06 July 2010 indicating the reference code below as subject. All candidates are requested to specify their availability date in the application form. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Reference No : SVN/ID10/2010/022
Position Title : Operations Assistant II (one position)
Classification : General Service Staff, Grade 5
Duty Station : BALI - Indonesia
Type & duration of contract: Special All Inclusive, 3 months with possibility of extension

General Functions:

Under direct supervision of the Senior Operation Assistant and the overall supervision of the National Operation Officer, the incumbent will assist the Senior Operation Assistant to provide oversight, supervise and monitor the implementation of efficient coordination mechanism between relevant government agencies (mainly the Indonesian Immigration Department and the Indonesian National Police) and local government entities. The Operations Assistant II will be responsible in performing operations support functions. In particular, he/she will :

1. Maintain coordination with the INP (Indonesian National Police), Immigration Department and local authorities (Bupatis, Camats) in his/her areas;
2. Monitor Irregular Migrants activities and ensure that all basic services are provided to all Irregular Migrants (IMs) under IOM auspices in a timely and efficient manner. Basic services to be provided to IMs include adequate and appropriate food and water, acceptable accommodation facilities, basic personal supplies and toiletries, security and medical assistance, including psycho-social counselling and recreational and educational activities.
3. Visit Irregular Migrants and under take activities as indicated in the visit activity / work plan prepared in coordination with supervisor.
4. Provide counselling to Irregular Migrants on their option to continued stay in Indonesia or Voluntary return to country of origin.
5. Coordinate with the Medical and Psychsocial Coordinator to ensure that all Irregular Migrants are provided adequate and appropriate medical services, including psychosocial counselling
6. Regularly visit the other immigration and the police offices within his / her area
7. Provide ad-hoc support to local authorities in areas related to identification and handling of irregular migration;
8. Coordinate with local authorities to assist the intercepted migrants;
9. Escort the intercepted migrants to the assigned places;
10. Ensure needs of intercepted migrants are provided;
11. Manage the operational expenses;
12. Provide the activities report to the National Head of Sub-office.
13. In charge for the office where s/he is assigned during the absent of the National Head of the Sub Office
14. Perform other duties as may be assigned.
Desirable Qualifications :

University degree in economic, political, social science or business and counselling. At least three years of experience in any of these fields. Previous experience in particularly dealing with migrants and ticketing an international organization is an advantage.

Effective organizational skill and ability to establish priorities and plans, willingness to travel, ability to work under difficult conditions and cope with deadlines with minimal supervision. Proficient in computer applications.
Excellent communication skills, personal commitment, efficiency and flexibility. Good level of computer literacy awareness of gender issues. Ability to work effectively and harmoniously in a team with colleagues from varied cultures and professional backgrounds.

Language: Proficient in English