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Tuesday, June 22, 2010


The United Methodist Committee on Relief, Non-Governmental Organization (UMCOR-NGO) ( is a not-for-profit organization that provides transitional development and relief assistance to communities in need around the world. UMCOR-NGO’s Indonesia Mission (UMCOR-Indonesia) is looking to fill the following positions:

Duration of assignment : up to 31 december 2010

· Education background in health (Public Health, Nursing or Medical Doctor with fieldexperience)
· Good computer software skills in MS. Office and statistical packages such as SPSS and Epi-Info.
· Experience in working with an INGO in similar capacity or as a Health Project Officer displays skills in timely project monthly report writing;
· Knowledge Attitude and Practice survey administration plus drafting KAP reports; developing work plan; clear communication on email and other means such a telephone;
· Experience in mobilize project participants including dealing with Government officials.
· The successful candidate must exhibit excellent interpersonal, coordination and consultative skills in their management with good awareness of setting priorities and achieving targets.
Fluent written and spoken English is a must

· Support the Health and Hygiene Manager and UMCOR Senior Management ensure that all health program commitments made are met.
· Responsible for contacting and liaising with all relevant government departments, which are mandated to deliver health and other services linked to health and targeted at UMCOR beneficiaries.
· Ensure that Government of Indonesia policies and directives are respected at all times and during project implementation.
· Maintain positive and constructive attitude that promotes confidence in those around them
· Assist in careful budget control specific to planned project activities, actual implementation of project activities drawn from quarterly and month work plans, monitoring, evaluation and project scale up.

Submit your cover letter and resume before 23 June 2010 through our Email at or mailed to
UMCOR Indonesia Mission Office,
Jl. Fatahillah No. 29 Geucu Iniem, Banda Aceh 23239, Indonesia.
Please write the position that you apply in the upper left corner of the envelope or as a subject of your e-mail.
No telephone inquiries please.
Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Thanks for your interest in UMCOR.


ME coordinator - papua

DAI-AMARTA, a USAID sponsored project in agribusiness markets and support activities seeks applicants for position of A Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator, to be based in Timika, Papua. He/she will be responsible for the following:

a) help establish efficient and effective M&E systems that will assist in the measurement of impact against AMARTA indicators;
b) monitor and evaluate program implementation by field staff for the AMARTA value chain activities – to provide recommendations on program implementation;
c) collect and provide accurate and timely reporting on progress of AMARTA activities with other stakeholders and partners against program indicators;

The successful candidate will be responsible for submitting high quality reports to include beneficiary testimonials, bi-weekly, quarterly and annual reports to be submitted in English. For this position, the following skill sets are required:

a) Ability to design and prepare baseline survey's and post-activity surveys for the various program activities;
b) Establish methods and guidelines to effectively coordinate, collect and analyze information that is gathered;
c) Experience in managing database - ability to manage, coordinate and establish database, data entry, data cleaning etc where required or identify short term consultants to do the same assignment;
d) Statistical and analytical skills familiarity with excel, MySQL, Access, SPSS other packages;
e) High degree of English spoken and written skills --- should provide samples of written work
f) A team player, excellent communication skills, high degree of initiative, good interpretation and analytical skills, a minimum of Bachelor’s degree.

Applications are open to qualified men and women with the right to work in Indonesia.

Send cover letter and resume/CV to: NLT June 30th, 2010. Only short listed applicants will be contacted.

program manager - jakarta

C-LEAD (Community-Empowerment), a non-profit, independent, secular, non-government organization dedicated to community empowerment is seeking community development professional to work as a Program Manager on our new programs.

C-LEAD whose mission is to transform family, community, organizations and governments address their problem. C-LEAD headquarters are in USA.

Position : PROGRAM Manager

Location: JAKARTA (frequent travel to the fields)

Contract: 2 Year

Status: Fix Term

Key Responsibilities:

• Planning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and reporting.

• Support Program Director

• Travel across Indonesia to train partners

• Maintain positive relationships with relevant stakeholders

• Participate in new program development


• Minimum S2 from Public/Business Administration, Sociology, Development

• 3 years experience in development, particularly managing and implementing training programs.

• Experience in developing training

• Experience in community development

• Excellent multi-cultural communication skills; NGO/INGO experience a plus.

• Possesses strong initiative; able to work independently

• Computer skills including Word, Excel, Internet and email.

• Fluent in Indonesian and English.

Please send your CV, IJAZAH SARJANA to
before 24 June 2010

Please include the header “Program Manager” in the email subject line.
Only for those shortlisted candidates will be contacted.



Vacancy Announcement - Habitat For Humanity Indonesia

Habitat for Humanity 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 or for more detailed information.

Habitat for Humanity Indonesia, a national foundation established in 1997, is now seeking highly competent, active and experienced Indonesians for the position of:

Jakarta based

To assist in achieving high level administrative projects and processes in order to maintain tracking system and databases necessary to run best of class programs

Assist to maintain project record details, including upgrading database with all
current projects & programs, Monitoring & Evaluation and other
reporting requirements.
Handle expense claims
Compile and consolidate statistics and portfolio reports
Assist to consolidate program annual budget
Compile month branch income statements as well as balance sheet for Program Review.
Administer and process with Finance Department fund transfer completion
Deliver the funds to the field report
Coordinate with Resource Department in regard to Global Volunteer Schedule and Budget
Compile volunteer finance and implementation reports from branch
Maintain electronic filing on Program Shared Drive
Handle travel and accommodation coordination
Develop minutes of meeting

Bachelor degree in any discipline or equivalent experience in business administration or accounting management related subjects from reputable university
Having 1 - 2 years of related experience
Outstanding communication and be highly organized
Strong initiative and ability to work both independently and as part of a team

Please send your resume with a covering letter mentioning the position you are applying for and briefly explaining how your experience is relevant to this position by e-mail to:, before June 30, 2010.


Communications Manager

Chemonics International Inc. a leading international consulting firm, seeks experienced, long-term, full-time position of a Communications Manager for a project funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Indonesia Changes for Justice (C4J). The primary objective of the C4J is to improve the performance of Indonesia’s justice system, a prerequisite for good governance and sustained economic growth.

Specific requirements

The Communications Manager will contribute to all scopes of work for work undertaken for public communication, public awareness and public relations in all three components, including:
mentoring public information officers in the Supreme Court and AGO; assisting with trainings; and development of speeches, success stories, talking points, articles, media strategies, brochures, annual reports for local counterparts, and websites, among other possible tasks.

The Communications Manager will maintain technical quality control for all public communication, public awareness and public relations work for all three components, ensuring
that performance targets and deliverables outlined in the project contract are completed in a timely and cost-effective manner.

The Communications Manager may need to contribute to the project quarterly report and other project reports and deliverables as called for by the occasion.

The Communications Manager will be called upon by the Communications Expert to undertake assessment trips, initiating pilot projects, and conducting other technical assignments.

The Communications Manager will report directly to the Communications Expert.
She/He will prepare regular oral and written progress reports that demonstrate the status of project activities toward expected results, as well as other reports as required.

As teamwork is crucial to the success of the project, the Manager will also coordinate work with other project staff working as a team, as per direction from the Chief of Party.


The Communications Manager is responsible for providing technical assistance for activities related to public communications, public affairs, and public relations to the Supreme Court and AGO.
The Expert shall have a minimum 5 (five) years of professional experience with public communications and work with all forms of media.
A university degree in journalism, English, public relations, or comparable education or experience is preferred.
Indonesian citizenship is required.
Prior experience with technical assistance projects and work with donor-funded projects is preferred.
Written and verbal fluency in English and Bahasa Indonesia is a prerequisite.
Strong inter-personal and communication skills are required.
Demonstrated skills with software packages such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint are required;
familiarity with web management tools and photo manipulations tools such as Photoshop are desirable.

Interested applicants are requested to send a cover letter and resume (references will not be contacted prior the interview) to as soon as possible but no later than June 28, 2010. Please indicate the preferred position in the subject line and only strongest candidates will be contacted. No telephone inquiries, please.

Chemonics International ( was founded in 1975 and is one of the largest U.S. consulting firms providing expertise in developing and emerging-market countries for initiatives financed by the U.S. Agency for International Development.


Sunday, June 20, 2010

LifeMosaic Outreach Facilitator - Bogor

Vacancy: LifeMosaic Outreach Facilitator (Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change )

LifeMosaic produces and co-ordinates the distribution of educational resources for indigenous peoples. Projects are demand-driven, useful to a wide number of communities, and developed in partnership with communities and movements for positive social and environmental change. Resources are primarily based on community testimonies; present complex issues in an
accessible and engaging way; and support indigenous peoples right to free, prior and informed consent.

LifeMosaic is looking for an outreach facilitator initially on a one year contract, with a possibility of extension. Barsed in Bogor.

Work to include:

* Develop and implement LifeMosaic’s distribution support strategy of empowerment films for indigenous peoples, with a particular focus on climate change and REDD community films.
* Work collaboratively with organisations and networks carrying out climate literacy work in Indonesia.
* Participate in and where appropriate facilitate key outreach opportunities at community, district, provincial and national levels.
* Organise launches of films and other materials.
* Plan and prepare international film distribution opportunities.
* Evaluate impacts of outreach and feed lessons learnt back to indigenous peoples and NGO networks;
* On demand, train and mentor organisations on how to best use the REDD and climate literacy films.
* Organise at least one workshop to exchange experiences on climate and REDD popular education approaches.

Essential experience and skills:

* Good knowledge of issues and networks relating to indigenous peoples,
forests and land rights (5 years minimum experience).
* Proven commitment to indigenous peoples rights.
* Extensive grass-roots experience.
* Excellent facilitation skills.
* Ability to work from grass-roots to international.
* Excellent writing and communication skills, in Bahasa Indonesia and English.
* Willing to travel frequently within Indonesia, and sometimes internationally.
* Resourceful and able to work independently.
* Education: Minimum S1 in relevant degree.
* Excellent computer skills.
* Ability to work with a long-distance team.


* Specific experience relating to climate change and REDD.
* Creative skills are a plus, film-making, art, music or other creative outlet.
* Experience using tools such as Web 2.0, community radio, or theatre for community organising.

Application Form:

* Name:
* Address:
* Telephone:
* e-mail:

Describe your experience working with indigenous peoples,forests and land rights (REDD and climate change if applicable) (max 200words)

Describe your networks within the indigenous peoples movement, climate change, forests and REDD. (max 150 words)

Please describe your experience in facilitation (max 150 words)
Reasons for applying to this job: (max 100 words)
Present employment: (50 words)
Relevant education:
Language (include level of proficiency):
Computer skills:
Past salary history:
Please provide us with contact details for 2 referees:
How soon would you be available to start working in this post?
If selected, are you available for interview on 5th July

Please answer all the application form questions and send together with your CV and photo to: by 23rd June.
Please write ‘Outreach Facilitator ’ in subject of e-mail.


Administration cum Monitoring Officer - padang

Caritas Switzerland (CACH) is an international non-government organization (INGO) with sound experience in the field of post disaster relief operations. Caritas Switzerland is implementing projects in Indonesia since 2005 in Sumatra, Java and Bali.

In Padang/ West Sumatra Caritas Switzerland is implementing a project with a local partner focusing on community based construction of core houses with a strong construction training
and DRR component.

Currently Caritas Switzerland Padang, is seeking an “Administration cum Monitoring Officer” who is qualified and highly motivated.

Required Qualifications:

BA degree (S1) in Administration
or Humanitarian Aid/Development work or in other relevant fields.

At least 3 years of professional experience in office administration (logistic,
procurement, finance, HR) preferably with

Experience in project monitoring and management is an asset

Strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills

Computer skills are required: MS Office Package and Internet

Fluency in spoken and written English

Summary of Main Duties

Oversee the smooth flowing of routine, administrative and logistic work
of the Caritas Switzerland Padang office

Organize all Transport and Travel arrangements for local and
international staff

Maintain the Caritas Switzerland Padang filing system and financial
report to the Medan Office

Manage the procurement and ensure proper functioning and maintenance of
the office equipment and other facilities

Assist in project monitoring and prepare meetings with partners and
Stakeholders including minutes of meetings, reports, translation etc.

Ensuring good Communication with Caritas Staff and Stakeholders

The Administration cum Monitoring Officer has the responsibility for the general administration,
the financial flow and the management of all facilities (houses, vehicles, etc.) for the Caritas switzerland Office in Padang. The Administration Officer will be in close coordination with the Delegate and the Office Manager in Caritas Switzerland Medan for Financial and Human Resources issues.

Reporting directly to: Delegate of Padang

Location of work: Padang/Pariaman, Sumatera Barat

Closing Date of Application: 20.6.2010

Expected start of work: 1.7.2010

Duration of assignment.: 6 months (extendable)

Interested candidates are invited to submit their application to:

Only qualified candidate will be contacted

papua program officer

The Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative (CHAI) works with partner
governments in more than sixty countries on five continents to help bring
effective, high-quality HIV treatment and care to people living with HIV/AIDS
worldwide. In Indonesia, CHAI supports the Government in achieving its
goal of universal access to care, support and treatment for people living with
HIV through support to national policy and guidelines development and
implementation, ensuring a reliable supply of treatment commodities and
strengthening the continuum of care at district and site level in Papua. The
latter will require program officers to conduct operational management, to
provide inputs from a public health and development perspective, to facilitate
communication with the variety of governmental and nongovernmental stakeholders
and ensure the robust implementation of systems strengthening interventions
agreed with technical advisors, mentors and treatment sites.


* Work with partner sites, local government and the CHAI team to plan implementation of an enhanced continuum of care for people living with HIV/AIDS
* Assist sites through regular meetings and communication in implementing plans and troubleshooting
* Facilitate short term and periodic technical assistance; ensure coordination internally among clinical mentoring team and staff for clarity and successful implementation of program activities and goals
* Work with the Operations Manager and Communications Coordinator as well as technical advisors to ensure communication and coordination with DinKes at the provincial level, KPA at district and provincial level, treatment sites and international and local partners
* Provide inputs from a public health, health systems strengthening and development perspective as needed
* Operationalize and implement recommendations and technical guidance as agreed with local partners.
* Facilitate monitoring, evaluation and analysis for continuous program adaptation and improvement
* Ensure the documentation of activities and outcomes in order to create replicable models and policy advocacy documents
* Perform basic finance and admin functions as needed under the guidance of the Director of Operations and in coordination with the Consultant for Papua

* Must be a citizen of Indonesia or possess a transferable stay permit with a Tanah Papua address
* Masters degree in a relevant field (public health, public policy, development etc)
* Minimum 5 years professional experience as project manager preferably within an international organization at some point
* Experience with HIV/AIDS programs, health systems strengthening and managing organizational change strongly preferred
* Entrepreneurial ability to work quickly and effectively with minimal supervision
* Experience working with governments and governmental institutions; respect for the political processes and protocols involved in government programs
* Sensitivity to local political and cultural contexts; experience in Papua preferred
* Ability to absorb and synthesize a broad range of information
* Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, set priorities, and meet deadlines
* Strong leadership and diplomacy skills,
* Strong problem solving and analytical skills
* Excellent communication (both written and oral) and interpersonal skills
* Excellent knowledge of spoken and written English and Bahasa Indonesia
* High level of proficiency with Microsoft office software, particularly Word, Excel and Powerpoint
* Understanding of basic finance

How to Apply
To apply please forward a CV and cover letter detailing how
your professional experience and educational background satisfy the above
qualifications to:

CHAI is an equal opportunity employer. It is our policy to
make all personnel decisions without discriminating on the basis of race,
color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, ethnic origin, and any other
protected status.


cashier KONTRAS - jakarta

KONTRAS *(Commission for Disappeared and Victims of Violence), a
non-government organization which has activity in legal aid for the victims
of human rights abuses, on the past cases and actual cases.

We are looking for :**

Post Title: *Cashier*

Vacancy Announcement No: 2010/04/003

Duty Station: Jakarta

Number of Position: One

Issue date: 16 – June - 2010

Closing date: 30 – June – 2010

Salary: According to
KontraS salary Scale

* *


Under the direct supervision of the Finance Officer and general supervision
of the 2ND Deputy the Cashier will process all transactions related to
KONTRAS operating expenses. This includes the disbursement of bills, cash
advances and invoice payments. Cashier will also be responsible for cash
handling and book keeping related to operating expense transactions. The
Cashier will work to implement the financial policies and procedures of

* *

*Duties& Responsibilities:*

1. Process all daily transactions and necessary documents for the
disbursement of bills and clearing advances

2. Ensure fund amount is accurate and verified before disbursement.
Make sure approval signatures on the voucher are obtained from parties,
Payer and payee, and the cash amount of the transaction is confirmed before
the disbursement is done

3. Ensure that all vouchers and receipts are completed and accurate.

4. Prepare Cash and bank receipt and Payment voucher.

5. Ensure all transactions documentations are properly filled out and

6. Completely review and verify that all transaction vouchers are
supported with all necessary documents.

7. Ensure that the proper payment approval signature is obtained and
that both payer and payee sign; verify cash amount of the transaction

8. Conduct safe reconciliation at the beginning and end of each day.

9. Prepare petty cash request form for the approval of withdraw money
from bank for petty cash.

10. Assist the Finance Officer and Deputy for the preparation of internal
and external audits of KONTRAS.

11. Responsible for the cash and cheques control and proper safety for
the safe and documents under his control

12. Help ensure financial and accounting integrity of Finance Department

* *

*Minimum Qualification and Experience Required:*



1. Diploma Degree (D3), Accounting Certificate, Basic knowledge of
book keeping.

2. Relevant courses and trainings on accounting and finance, or tax.

3. Computer literate and familiar with Microsoft Office programs.

4. Honest, hard worker, self motivated, independent, able to *work in
a team* and handle work under pressure & tight due date;


1. At least two years working experience in related field (NGO
background is preferred). Exposure and experience working with numbers and
handling cash.

2. Experience in the usage of computers Excel, etc. Good skill to
opperate an accounting software (Accurate) is preferred

Language Requirements:

Motivated speaking and writing in English.

*Submission of Application:*

This post is open for who meet the qualification and competency of the
organization and committed to the KontraS institution. All applications by
electronic copy with mentioning the VA number needs to be submitted to: The appointer applicant will be *subject** *to a
three (*3*) *months probationary* period.

Regina Astuti
Office Manager

Komisi Untuk Orang Hilang dan Korban Tindak Kekerasan
Commission for the "Disappeared" and Victim of Violence

Jalan Borobudur Nomor 14 Menteng, Jakarta 10320, Indonesia
(P) : +62 21 392 6983, 392 8564
(F) : +62 21 392 6821
(MP): +62 818 729 869
Email :
Against Violence, Taking Care Freedom