Lowongan US-TFCA (Tropical Forest Conservation Act) [Due: Feb.6, 2010] - Kehati

T F C A  I N D O N E S I A

The Government of the Republic of Indonesia and the Government of the United States of America, together with Conservation International and KEHATI Foundation, is implementing a Debt-for-Nature- Swap (DNS) under US-TFCA (Tropical Forest Conservation Act) to finance programs to further conserve tropical forests in Sumatera. KEHATI, designated as the TFCA Administrator is now inviting professionals to apply for the following positions:

CONSERVATION SPECIALIST

Responsible directly to the Program Director of Tropical Forest Conservation Program, the Conservation Specialist will involve in developing and recommending regional goals, objectives and priorities of forest resource conservation program in Sumatera, as well as developing and recommending program rules, regulations, policies, procedures and guidelines.

Key qualifications:

  • Minimum a Bachelor degree (S-1) in Forestry or related subjects;
  • Has at least 7 years professional experience in developing tropical forest (including wildlife, ecosystem and genetic and associated social and economic issues) conservation program, preferably in the region of Sumatera;
  • Has the advanced knowledge and skills in developing and recommending program rules, regulations, policies, procedures and guidelines;
  • Has knowledge and understanding on economic development & policies, especially those that are related to development policies, forestry policies, as well as on local community and public services;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to deal with multi-stakeholders both in internal and external to achieve the program goals, objectives and priorities;
  • Be proficient in English both orally and in writing.

ASSISTANT TO THE PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Performs administrative and office support activities for multiple supervisors. The Assistant’s responsibilities also include grant management and administration of forest conservation programs in Sumatera, as well as managing an effective relation and communication with grantees and other stakeholders of the program.

Key qualifications:

  • Minimum a Bachelor degree (S-1) in Management or Business Administration;
  • Has at least three to four years experience as grant officer in donor (grant making) organization;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to deal with grantees and multi-stakeholders at the local and national level;
  • Understand basic accounting principles and financial audit;
  • Be proficient in English both orally and in writing.

MONITORING AND EVALUATION SPECIALIST

Responsible to develop monitoring and evaluation system, policy and procedure of forest conservation program in Sumatera, and manage monitoring and evaluation activities of the program.

Key qualifications:

  • Minimum a Bachelor degree (S-1) in Management/Forestry ;
  • Has at least five years experience in program/project management;
  • Ability to set up monitoring and evaluation system, policy and procedure;
  • Understand forest conservation and management concept;
  • Excellent communication skill and able to communicate with multi-stakeholders of the program;
  • Be proficient in English both orally and in writing.

Interested applicants must submit a cover letter, latest resume (CV) and three references before 6 February 2010 to email: hrd@kehati.or. id

All applications will be treated in professional confidence. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.