Lowongan Kompas : Nuffic Neso Indonesia

Lowongan Kompas : Nuffic Neso (Netherland education support office)

Position : Senior Team Coordinator Scholarships


Lowongan Kompas – Japan Foundation

Lowongan : Japan Foundation

Position : Assistant Program Officer & Administration Officer



Lowongan Kompas : Coffey International Development - GTZ

Lowongan Kompas : Coffey International Development – GTZ

Position :  Advisor

Based : Kupang

coffey - gtz

Lowongan Kompas Amarta – DAI

Lowongan DAI – Amarta

Position : Coffee Value Chain Competitiveness Specialist


Lowongan Tenaga Pendidikan Lingkungan – Balikpapan

Lowongan Tenaga Pendidikan Lingkungan – Balikpapan

Kawasan Wisata Pendidikan Lingkungan Hidup di Kota Balikpapan membuka lowongan untuk Kepala Divisi Pendidikan. Kepala Divisi akan mempunyai 2 orang staff SLTA dan 6 orang tenaga Guide di lapangan.

Tugasnya adalah memimpin tim untuk memberikan pelayanan kepada pengunjung agar mendapatkan informasi tentang lingkungan hidup melalui game, permainan, quiz, presentasi, dan memandu pengunjung sambil memberikan informasi tentang pendidikan lingkungan hidup. Untuk itu Divisi pendidikan perlu membuat bahan permainan, bahan informasi, poster, liflet, dan bahan informasi lain.

  1. Berpengalaman membuat modul pendidikan lingkungan
  2. Biasa presentasi dan berbicara di depan forum dengan baik dan menarik.
  3. Pendidikan S1 bidang sains: Biologi, kehutanan, pertanian, dll.
  4. Bisa berbahasa Inggris
  5. Bisa program disain akan menjadi nilai Plus.
  6. Siap dan mau berkembang
  1. Disediakan Mess untuk menginap di lokasi dan makan siang bersama.
  2. Kontrak kerja tahunan (Anggaran didapat dari Pemda Balikpapan tiap tahun).
Kontak :

Iman : 0812 54308678

Lowongan : OXFAM GB - Finance Officer

Finance Officer

We think people in Indonesia should fend for themselves. That's why, over the last three years, we've been scaling up our 'Building Resilience' programme. Working closely with the country's government, as well as civil society and community action groups, we're coordinating our efforts to ensure the people of Indonesia are better prepared to cope with whatever nature throws at them. It's a huge challenge - this is a part of the world that's particularly prone to natural disasters. But we've already made tremendous headway. And with your help, we'll bring greater peace of mind and security to those who live in the region.
Finance Officer
Based in Jayapura
Here, you'll oversee our entire finance operation - everything from managing our payment processes to submitting online returns to the area office, from producing management information to verifying cheques and payment vouchers. You'll also provide technical support to programme partners on all financial aspects. For this, you'll need to be a full- or part-qualified accountant with proven industry experience.
To apply, please e-mail your cover letter and CV, including the job title in the subject line, to: Jakarta@oxfam.org.uk
Closing date : 20 January 2010

Lowongan Quaker - Program Team Coordinator

Program Team Coordinator

The American Friends Service Committee is a Quaker organization which includes people of various faiths who are committed to social justice, peace, and humanitarian service. Its work is based on the Quaker belief in the worth of every person and faith in the power of love to overcome violence and injustice.
Job Description
Job Title: Program Team Coordinator
Region/Unit: AsiaRegion, International Programs
Supervisor: Country Representative, Indonesia
Location: Yogyakarta,
Program Description:
Since the early 1960s, the AFSC has had contacts and work-related activities in Indonesia through its peace building efforts and international conferences and seminars.
In January 2005, the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) responded to the aftermath of the tsunami in Indonesia by supporting teams of Indonesian medical professionals and volunteers in Aceh Province working in villages around Meulaboh through an Indonesian partner agency. AFSC's tsunami recovery work is now focused on support for organizations in East Aceh,
which serve communities that have received only limited assistance, and were heavily impacted by the conflict between the Indonesian military and GAM.
In addition to the work in Aceh, AFSC works in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), and with youth in three different locations (Aceh, Yogyakarta, Ambon) in Indonesia.
This other work articulates and incorporates AFSC's commitment to a nonviolent approach to conflict and strategies for peace building. Basic goals are to strengthen the capacity of local organizations and to include work with youth.

Summary of Responsibilities:
The Program Team Coordinator assists the Country Representative in the overall program management and program direction, interpretation, and stewardship of AFSC country program resources. The Program Team Coordinator will particularly focus on oversight of AFSC's program activities in Aceh, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) and Youth For Peace. The Program Team Coordinator will also assist in supporting and training the team of staff to provide appropriate support to local partner NGOs, and to monitor program related spending. The Program Team Coordinator may at times serve as the official representative of the AFSC
in the absence of the Country Representative; and assists in management of contacts in Indonesia with government ministries, UN agencies, and local and international NGOs; and supports the staff in the absence of the Country Representative. Within the AFSC norm of collaborative decision making and mutual support, the Program Team Coordinator will function as part of the overall program management team, together with the Country Representative.
1. Assist the Country Representative to develop and implement the country program strategy
and plan for work in Indonesia.
2. Coordinate AFSC's field programs in Aceh, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) and with Youth,
assessing the needs of AFSC's local partners and resources for addressing those needs. Support and challenge the team of staff, to provide support and appropriate levels of oversight to partner
groups. Help to maintain the monitoring system for disbursement and accountability of funds.
3. Coordinate capacity building for local partners and staff in conjunction with the Capacity
Building Coordinator. Ensuring that the needs of all programs and partners are heard and integrated into the capacity building work, in teamwork with the Capacity Building Coordinator.
4. Support the Country Representative in the development and preparation of proposals for
various donors, to ensure consistent stable funding for the program work of AFSC in Indonesia.
5. Support the Country Representative to develop and strengthen AFSC contacts in Indonesia. And articulate AFSC's basic philosophical and faith-based commitments, including the organization's commitment to a nonviolent approach to conflict and long-term strategy for peacebuilding. (See strategic planning document)
6. Assist in the implementation of systems for staff development, performance planning
and review consistent with the vision, values and principles of the AFSC.
7. Work together with AFSC program and administrative staff to ensure fiscal management
of the programs, including oversight of budgeting and accounting procedures, as defined by the Government of Indonesia, AFSC and donor partners; oversight of contracts and materials, as needed.
8. Compile and coalesce reporting materials and stories from the program staff, in English, as required by the AFSC regional office, AFSC headquarters, donors, and key Indonesian authorities.
9. Seek opportunities within projects and activities to articulate and incorporate AFSC's commitment to a nonviolent approach to conflict and strategies for peace building.

Report to the Country Representative for Indonesia;
coordinate and work on a team basis with the program staff in Indonesia;

work closely with the administrative staff to ensure administrative and managerial activities are consistently implemented and completed efficiently.

1. Commitment to Quaker (Peace) values and testimonies. Understanding of and compatibility with the principles and philosophy of the American Friends Service Committee including nonviolence and the belief in the intrinsic worth of every individual.
2. Understanding of and commitment to the principles, concerns, and considerations of AFSC in regard to issues of diversity and respect for others (i.e., race, class, nationality, religion, age, gender and disabilities. Demonstrated ability to work and communicate with diverse staff.
3. Masters degree in related field. Or Bachelors with 6 or more years experience in closely related work in INGOs or Local NGOs.

4. Four or more years experience in humanitarian assistance, social empowerment and/or development programs in Indonesia.
5. Experience in program planning and implementation, strategic thinking, fundraising, and proposal writing.
6. Demonstrated administrative ability, including experience with staff supervision, financial
management, narrative and financial reporting, and budgeting.
7. Interest in, respect for, and knowledge of the various cultures of Indonesia. Living and working experience in various parts of Indonesia highly desirable.
8. Demonstrated analytical and communications skills, written and verbal.
9. Good fluency in spoken and written English.
10. Commitment to peace building; experience in conflict transformation programs, and
nonviolent approaches to problem solving highly desirable.
11. Ability to work within a framework of long-distance communication, consultation, and
decision making.
12. Ability to work independently without direct supervision. Yet, also works in a collaborative approach within a team setting. Able to work under pressure, and to organize time effectively.
13. Computer skills (PC/Windows), particularly in word processing, spreadsheet and database applications (MS Office), and e-mail.
Length of Assignment: Annual contract with the possibility of extension based on performance
and fit with the long-term strategy and working methods of the AFSC in Indonesia.
A monthly salary, which will be based on the local cost of living in Yogyakarta. AFSC is
social change focused organization with limited resources. And thus the salary will be in line with
local fair wages and NOT based on the UN, large INGO standards. However, the benefits package includes full medical coverage. And the AFSC strives to provide a pleasant, relaxed, flexible working environment for all staff. Further details are available, if needed.

Please submit your application letter and updated curriculum vitae by email, with email subject: Program Team Coordinator - Indonesia, to:
Steven R. Parker (Country Representative AFSC Indonesia), afscindo@bina-damai.net .
Applications close on Friday, January 22, 2010. Late applications will not be accepted. Only short listed candidates will be notified. For more information about AFSC Indonesia, please refer to our website: www.afsc.org/indonesia or www.bina-damai.net.

Lowongan : Habitat for Humanity - Senior Program Officer

Senior Program Officer

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. Habitat has built more than 300.000 houses around the world, providing over 1.500.000 people in excess of thousands of communities with safe, decent, affordable shelter.
Habitat for Humanity Indonesia is Habitat for Humanity's national foundation established in 1997. It currently operates in Bandung, Batam, Jakarta, Manado, Surabaya, Yogyakarta, Medan, Aceh, Jakarta and Yogyakarta. For more information of Habitat for Humanity Indonesia
please refer towww.habitatindonesia.org or www.habitat.org
We are now seeking highly competent, active and experienced professional to join Habitat for Humanity Indonesia for National Office, Jakarta. Ideal candidates should be Indonesian who are strong professional managers with excellent leadership, managerial and interpersonal skills. Fluency in English both verbal and written is also an important prerequisite.
Senior Program Officer
Under the line management of Chief of Operating Officer, the Senior Program Officer will be responsible for raising technical/public fund, managing technical and corporate donor resource allocations including coordinating new project initiative, technical report writing and overseeing monitoring and evaluation activities. Other responsibility is to manage community development initiatives whilst ensuring that holistic mission is integrated into Habitat's project.
Qualifications and requirements:
-A degree in development studies with a master degree preferable
-Minimum 5 years overall relevant working experience in the development area with a minimum 3 years in senior management positions
-Knowledge and experience of development and corporate social responsibility, triple bottom line reporting
-Technical proposal research and writing skills, project design, log frame and budget preparation.
-Excellent presentation and communication skills
-Cross cultural sensitivity
-Change management skills include project planning, budgeting, implementation and evaluation.
-Commitment to Habitat's vision, mission, corporate values and the ability to incorporate the mission and values into the work area
-Commitment to equal opportunity and diversity & equity policy
-Skilled in Microsoft office programs, word processing, spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations.
Interested applicants are encouraged to submit their applications, indicating the position applied in the email subject, to:
The application should be received on Friday, 22nd January 2010. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Lowongan : GTZ - IT Officer

IT Officer

The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH is an international cooperation enterprise for sustainable development with worldwide operations. GTZ promotes complex reforms and change processes. Its corporate objective is to improve people's living conditions on a sustainable basis. GTZ has been working in Indonesia since 1975 on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
GTZ – Technical and Vocational Education and Training/ Labor Market Information (TVET/LMI) is seeking 1 (one) qualified Indonesian candidate for the position of IT Officer to be based in Jakarta.

This position will be under Fixed-Term Contract starting 15.02.2010 to 31.12.2010 with possibility of prolongation. Please find the job description below:
Tasks Hardware related Tasks
* Ensure all hardware is up to date with standards set by the project including laptops, servers, and all desktop computers
* Maintain PC, notebook, printer, digital camera, scanner and other hardware components
* Consult with the Principal Advisor and Office Manager with regard to new or improvement of certain systems and networks; test new hardware and give recommendations for the purchase of new systems, including the upgrading of existing systems and all relevant items pertaining to network and PCs
Software related tasks
* Support all software packages used at the project (e.g. MS Office, WinPACCS, OS Windows/Linux)
* Test new or upgraded software systems and update all software to the latest versions
* Establish/maintain proper back-up systems and ensures system security
* Ensure that the anti-virus software is updated periodically
Website related tasks
* Maintain and up-date existing website
* Coordinate regularly with the Principal Advisor and the projects/program leaders on necessary adjustments to the homepage
Operational support
* Install/manage and maintain a local area network (LAN)
* Confer with vendors to guarantee maintenance of network, PABX and computer equipment
* Maintain market research on quality and economical prices and is responsible for the procurement of computer equipment
General Services
* Install, manage and maintain the general administration of the entire system
* Back-up data and take care of Anti-Hacking issues
* Handle troubleshooting and solving of all computer and internet related problems, prepare information needed and maintain telephonic support
* Ensure compliance with GTZ regulations
* Ensure an emergency deputy service
* Give advisory assistance to projects in matters that concern electronic data processing
* Keep an inventory of hard and software and up-date list as soon as changes occurDocument the installation and settings on the server and on each computer
Interested candidate should submit the application letter, CV with latest photograph and list of references to Ibu Junita Sutedjo atjunita.sutedjo@gtz.de by the latest 24.01.2010
- Only short-listed candidates will be notified for interviews

Lowongan LSN - ALERTAsia Foundation - Project Officer

ALERTAsia Foundation
Project Officer

We are seeking a Project Officer to support a malaria study sponsored by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and managed by ALERTAsia Foundation, a local private, registered not-for-profit foundation in Jakarta, Indonesia, committed to supporting research, training and education in the field of emerging and endemic infections in Southeast Asia.
The ideal candidate will be thoroughly knowledgeable of Indonesian regulations and laws regarding the operations and management of not-for-profit foundations and has experienced in managing research project activities. Minimum qualifications include formal training and/or certification in accounting or management preferably with an advanced degree. More than 5 years experience managing the budgets and personnel of not-for-profit organizations within Indonesia, and has fluency in English. A knowledge in scientific or educational endeavors
would be advantageous. This position is open to any qualified person, regardless of nationality, race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation.
Please send you application letter and CV to : admin@alertasia.org with Project Officer as the email subject no later than 22 January 2010. This is an immediate position. Only short listed candidates will be contacted

Lowongan LSM - Relief International - Finance Manager

Finance Manager
Relief International (RI)
Closing date: 27 Jan 2010
Location: Indonesia
LOCATION: Jakarta, Indonesia, with travel to other locations in Indonesia
DURATION: 4 Years 7 months
RI is currently recruiting Finance Manager candidates for an anticipated multi-year, USAID-funded Good Governance Program for Indonesia. The program seeks to improve services delivered by local governments in Indonesia. To reach this goal, the program will create
and strengthen incentive systems for improved local government service delivery; adopt innovative approaches to service delivery; and replicate improved practices on a larger scale. The main areas for improved service delivery are health, education, and small business
support. The Finance Manager will be based in Jakarta with travel to project areas throughout Indonesia.
- Work closely with the Chief of Party and other key personnel to implement, improve and maintain financial management policies, systems, structures, and procedures for the program.
- Ensure the smooth day-to-day running of the finance office through supervision and management.
- Plan and supervise work of the program-related finance staff including tracking and monitoring of procurements and expenditures, and establishes and maintains an office purchasing, inventory, and requisition system.
- Coordinate compiling of project monthly financial reports for submission to the International Finance Controller and Chief of Party.
- Prepare project budget vs. actual reports on a regular monthly basis.
- Work closely with the Chief of Party to monitor the project budget.
- Assist project officers in ensuring compliance with RI procurements and field accounting polices and procedures, compliance with donor agreement and audit requirements.
- Work closely with project officers over the project implementation planning and cash flow projections.
- Prepare budget revision in close coordination with Program Manager when necessary.
- Make sure that financial records and backup documentation is ready for internal and external audits.
- Works closely with HQ finance team and internal and external auditors.
- Travel within Indonesia to ensure successful performance and implementation of the program.
This position demands a dynamic individual with a demonstrated ability to achieve results in a demanding and fast paced environment.
- At least ten years experience in financial management; experience on USAID programs highly preferred.
- Background/experience in water and sanitation programming, community development, or similar field preferred.
- Highly organized and systems-oriented.
- NGO experience and knowledge of donor guideline requirements (e.g. USAID, UN).
- Ability to live, work, and travel within Indonesia.
- Previous experience in West Africa; demonstrated experience in Indonesia is highly preferred.
- Fluency in English required.
- Excellent diplomatic, interpersonal, and communication skills.
- Demonstrated decision-making, problem-solving, and team-building ability.
- Graduate degree in Accounting, Economics, or Finance.
- Valid Passport.
- Indonesian nationals who meet these qualifications are strongly encouraged to apply.
How to apply

Submit a resume, cover letter, salary history, 3 professional references (e-mail address and phone number), and a date of availability to hrprogram@ri.org Incomplete applications will not be considered. The email subject line MUST include the following: Finance Manager-Indonesia

Lowongan LSM 2010: GTZ - Advisor


The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH is an international
cooperation enterprise for sustainable development with worldwide operations.
GTZ promotes complex reforms and change processes. Its corporate objective is to improve people's living conditions on a sustainable basis. GTZ has been working in Indonesia since 1975 on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
GTZ – Technical and Vocational Education and Training/ Labor Market Information (TVET/LMI) is seeking 1 (one) qualified Indonesian candidate for the position of ADVISOR to be based in Jakarta. This position will be under Fixed-Term Contract starting15.02.2010 until 31.12.2010. Please find the job description below:
The incumbent is responsible for the
* Support of the program to provide professional advice and input to, and to cooperate with, stakeholders in the Ministry of National Education, the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration, the Ministry of Industry and BAPPENAS as well as their representatives on district level, with school and training centre management and instructors, with Private Sector representatives and other persons related to (decentralized) labor market information and labor market services (career guidance, vocational orientation, placement services etc.),
* Innovation and knowledge management as well as transmission of innovation to a wide range of persons,
* Coordination of activities within the Programme and with other relevant groups (incl. DED, CIM as well as RED program team),
* Integration of results and experiences into team efforts and into all relevant groups.
Professional Advising and Consulting
"Decentralized Labor Market Information and Services"
* Participate in identifying needs for external support and advice, contribute to preparation and implementation of the consultation process, the project's /program's activities and effort in the regions
* Develop a strategic approach the operational of the component's activities in the selected regions,
* Assist with identification of appropriate instruments and methods to improve labor market information, analysis and use of information for planning, guidance and career orientation on a regional/district/institutional level.
* Assist in defining terms of reference, selection, and supervision of contracted third parties in carrying out project/program's activities, including performance evaluation
* Conceptualize, prepare and implement workshops, seminars, and other events on subjects that are related to the program's field of activities
* Develop and organize quality assurance and propose necessary changes, improvements and initiatives
* Monitor project progress, review reports and document concerning the progress of collaborative programs, determine bottlenecks and recommend alternative courses of management action to the Program Director
Networking and Cooperation
* Co-operate with and ensure regular contacts, dialogues: do PR work and cooperates with local communities, relevant organizations, non-governmental bodiesand persons within the program's environment as well as with other projects in order to enhance and maintain good working relationships
* Communicate and channel local interests and aspirations and exchange ideas and information for the benefit of the program
* Maintain repeated field visits to the regions in accordance with the requirements of the project
Knowledge Management
* Compile information about labor market information, vocational counseling, career guidance, placement services and ensure knowledge transfer
* Develop strategies and technical concepts including guidelines, manuals, and procedures, which are ready to be applied
* Prepare reports and presentation materials
* Prepare appropriate input to the various program reports/publications including annual reports; contribute to other reports required by the Program Director and the GTZ Headquarters
* Support research and study activities on policy topics that will benefit collaborative programs.
Management and Coordination Tasks
* Support general project planning/develop project designs, including preparation, organization and moderation of planning exercises, implementation, management, monitoring, quality management, evaluation, communication, and documentation
* Coordinate activities with Component Leaders for TVET Regulatory Reform (C1), Improved TVET Delivery (C3) and Certification and Assessment (C4) and the respective staff
* Coordinate and prioritize relevant project activities at the local level in cooperation with the partners, as well as in organizational preparation and in the implementation of these activities
* Prepare the budget for key events and related financial documentation
* Monitor operational budget against funds availability for the different program components
* Compile relevant information for collaborative activities and missions
* In the absence of the Program Director, undertake appropriate actions to facilitate continued operation of the program component 2
General Duties
Coordination of personnel, finances, and infrastructures within component 2
Interested candidate should submit the application letter, CV with latest photograph and list of references to Ibu Junita Sutedjo : junita.sutedjo@gtz.de by the latest 24.01.2010
Only short-listed candidates will be notified for interviews