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Lowonga Kerja Homestay Coordinator

- Friday, 23 January 2015
Lowonga Kerja  Homestay Coordinator
Lowonga Kerja  Homestay Coordinator
General Description :
The Homestay Coordinator is responsible for the promotion and implementation of the homestay program for Volunteers’ permanent sites and Trainees’ Pre-Service Training sites. He or she will oversee the program and direct the search, interviews, and final selection of all host families and alternate host families. Under the direction of the responsible Regional Managers (permanent sites) and the Training Manager (PST sites) they will provide ongoing support and feedback to both host families and Volunteers. They will also provide administrative and logistical support to host family and site-related work for the Program and Training Unit. Travel for extended periods of time is required, including extended stays at the training site before and during Pre-service training.


Homestay Coordinator

PositionHomestay Coordinator
SalaryIDR 91,768,705 annually
LocationSurabaya - East Java
Reports toDirector of Programming and Training
Closing dateMonday February 2, 2015

STATEMENT OF WORK

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

Include, but are not limited to, the following:

Homestay Program Development and Management
  • In coordination with PC staff, develop a written strategy and specific guidelines for the design and implementation of the homestay program at permanent sites and during Pre- Service Training.
  • Act as a resource, informant, and liaison for all community-related activities, matters, and issues.
  • Develop a written host family selection strategy, considering Peace Corps standards in other countries, as well as the cultural and environmental context of Indonesia.
  • Work with Regional Managers and other staff to develop and manage the homestay program budget including travel costs and host family payments.
  • Review and revise as needed Homestay Handbooks for host families and Volunteers.
  • Maintain regular contact with Volunteers and host families, including visits and providing support and assistance throughout the program to both host families and Volunteers as needed.
  • Advise Volunteers on and coordinate solutions regarding Volunteers’ financial contributions to host families; liaise between host families and schools to coordinate school contribution as necessary.
  • Fully apprise Regional Managers/Training Manager of all issues, conversations, and matters related to Volunteers and host families.
  • Maintain accurate and complete files on host families (contact information, interview forms, questionnaires, list of host families to use and not use again, etc.), to include updating host family information in Peace Corps systems, and coordinating with all relevant staff in collecting and maintaining files.
  • Make suggestions for improvements to the homestay program. Record in written form and provide a debriefing to relevant staff.
  • Design, develop, and implement new initiatives under the Homestay Program as appropriate.

Host Family Selection and Training

  • Coordinate Host Family Selection visits with Regional Managers, Peace Corps Medical Officer (PCMO), and Safety and Security Manager SSM on representative sampling of potential host families.
  • In collaboration with the Regional Managers, PCMO, and (SSM), review and maintain a list of health and safety considerations for Volunteers’ host family placements.
  • Participate in Site development visits and meetings; present Host Family Selection guidelines and procedures.
  • Meet with local school directors, teachers, health center directors and staff, and relevant community leaders to identify potential host families.
  • Report all host family visits to Regional Managers ensuring they are fully aware of all issues.
  • Plan, arrange and visit potential host families, including visits by current PCVs to all host families.
  • Confirm that host family selection forms are completed by relevant staff, ensuring that families meet criteria set forth.
  • Provide potential host families with overview material on Peace Corps as an organization, and the Peace Corps program in Indonesia, homestay program, the selection process, schedule and their roles and responsibilities as host families.
  • In coordination with PC program and training staff, review selection forms and checklists and choose the final host families (with several alternates).
  • Plan and organize regional host family training in coordination with PC staff and Volunteer training on navigating cross-cultural and other host family issues.
  • Prepare Host Family profiles for Site Announcements.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Safety and Security

  • Per Manual Section 270, all members of the Peace Corps staff must be familiar with the Emergency Action Plan, their responsibilities in the event of an emergency, and with the procedures for reporting and responding to safety and security incidents.
  • Assists the Training Manager in developing, assessing and redesigning competencies and training sessions as required. Evaluates and reports Volunteer/Trainee acquisition of safety and security competencies. Supports the safety and security systems that are in-place for pre-service training, including reinforcing Trainee roles and responsibilities related to personal safety and security. Knowledgeable and supportive of Peace Corps safety and security policies and procedures, including the timely reporting of suspicious incidents, persons or articles.

Medical and volunteer health

  • Assist the PCMO in identification and setting up space/room for immunization
  • Overseen storage for immunization/training materials to be use throughout the training session.
  • Work with the PCMO on disposal of used supplies during immunization process.

Occasional Money Holder

  • The PSC may be required to courier cash and/or purchase orders to various vendors who furnish supplies and/or services to PST/IST training site, or other locations as directed by the DMO. The PSC may also be required to courier cash to PC trainees or volunteers. The PSC will not be functioning as a procurement or disbursing official, but will only be acting as an intermediary between the Contracting or Disbursing officer and the recipient. In the case of dealing with vendors, the PSC will not exercise any procurement discretion concerning the supplies or services to be purchased or the cost limits of these purchases; these will be determined by the Contracting Officer.

Roles and Resources:

  • Supervision received: Is supervised by the Director of Programming & Training (DPT).
  • Available guidelines: Peace Corps manual and related handbooks; directives and instructions from the DPT and PC Washington.
  • Exercise of judgment: Expected to exercise sound judgment in fulfilling all duties as outlined in the SOW and able to demonstrate flexibility in meeting multiple requests simultaneously.
  • Authority to make commitments: None
  • Nature, Level and Purpose of Contacts: In the fulfillment of duties, the incumbent will interact with PC Staff, Volunteers, vendors, US Embassy personnel, Indonesian ministries and contractors. All contacts must be carried out in a professional and courteous manner.

Qualifications

  • University degree in any subject;
  • Work experience designing and delivering adult training and education is preferred;
  • Good command of written and spoken English as well as native ability in spoken and written Bahasa Indonesia;
  • Strong cross-cultural and interpersonal skills; demonstrated excellent teamwork;
  • Excellent computer skills including word processing and spreadsheet programs;
  • Good organization, time management and communication skills;
  • Positive attitude towards leadership, collaboration, public service, the development of Indonesia, personal integrity;
  • Ability to work on a regular Monday through Friday schedule with occasional evening and weekend hours when necessary; willingness to travel throughout Indonesia up to 50% of the time;
  • Demonstrated experience working at the community level;
  • Willingness to travel throughout Indonesia and internationally as required;
  • Experience working with Americans or other native speakers of English preferred; previous Peace Corps experience will be an asset;
  • Must be able to obtain a security clearance, must have or be willing to obtain a passport and must be eligible for a visa to visit the United States if necessary.

Please submit your CV and Application Letter in English to:
id-jobs@id.peacecorps.gov (in PDF format)
Please indicate Homestay Coordinator (HC) Application in the subject line of the email

Lowongan Kerja Program Manager

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WN is seeking highly qualified candidates to fill the position of Program Manager.  Under the direction of the Asia Regional Director, the Program Manager will provide overall management of all components of WN’s Timor-Leste program.  The position will be based primarily in WN’s office in Oecusse Region, with an expectation of approximately 50% travel to remote program locations, staying in very basic accommodation.
Summary of Key Duties and Responsibilities
  • Oversee the in-field implementation of WN’s country program in Timor-Leste - this will consist of a three-year USAID-funded project Promotion of Sanitation and Hygiene to Improve Community Health in the District of Oecusse, and a smaller, long-term community development program.
·         Lead and supervise WN’s Timor-Leste country team (approximately 5 staff will be supervised).
·         Oversee all sub-grant awards and capacity-building of sub-grantees.
·         Supervise in-country finance staff to maintain up-to-date program budgets and finances.
  • Preparation and submission of regular, timely reports to donors, government and WN according to their requirements, and to respond as promptly as possible to all requests for additional information.
  • Represent WN to other Timor-Leste development programs, local and national authorities, UN and NGO agencies, and beneficiary communities.
  • Work with the Regional director on the development of new project proposals.
·         Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Minimum Requirements
·         Minimum 7 years of experience in WASH development sector programming.
·         Bachelor’s degree in relevant subject
·         Prior experience in supervising and managing staff
·         Proven strong analytical and evaluation skills.
·         Proven financial management skills
·         Excellent written and oral communications skills.
·         High proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets and database skills.
·         Proven ability to establish and sustain interpersonal and professional relationships with donors and government representatives,
·         Willingness to travel frequently within Oecusse district and elsewhere in Timor-Leste
·         English and Tetum language proficiency
Preferred
·         Experience working on USAID-funded programs
·         Master’s degree in relevant subject
·         Knowledge and experience of Oecusse District
·         Proficiency in Baikeno language

This position is open to Indonesian and Timor-Leste nationals only.  For a copy of the full Terms of Reference, please send an email request to wnvacancy2015@gmail.com.  Candidates interested in applying are asked to send 1) A cover letter and 2) A current CV with at least two references to:wnvacancy2015@gmail.com (please note that copies of certificates, passports, etc. are not required). The deadline for all applications is 13th February 2015. Only short-listed candidates will be invited for an interview.

Lowongan Kerja Representative Office Jakarta

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Lowongan Kerja Representative Office Jakarta
KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the fight against tuberculosis (TB), still the second most deadly infectious disease in the world. KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation has a strong reputation in national and international TB control. KNCV is an international centre of expertise for TB control that promotes effective, efficient, innovative and sustainable tuberculosis control strategies in a national and international context.  We are an organization of passionate TB professionals, including doctors, researchers, training experts, nurses and epidemiologists. We aim to stop the spread of the worldwide epidemic of TB and to prevent the further spread of drug-resistant TB. As a non-profit international organization, KNCV is active in over 40 countries in Europe, Africa, Latin America and Asia. The central office is located in The Hague, The Netherlands.  KNCV Indonesia consists of a dynamic team of over 90 staff members working in 10 provinces in Indonesia, all to help combat tuberculosis in Indonesia in close cooperation with the Ministry of Health.


Receptionist 
Duty Station: Representative Office, Jakarta

Challenge TB
KNCV is the lead partner in Challenge TB (CTB), the new USAID-funded 5-year global program to decrease TB mortality and morbidity in high burdened countries. We lead an international consortium with eight partner organizations: American Thoracic Society (ATS), Family Health International (FHI 360), Interactive Research & Development (IRD), Japanese Anti Tuberculosis Foundation (JATA), Management Sciences for Health (MSH), Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH), The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union), and the World Health Organization.  The overarching strategic objectives of Challenge TB are to improve access to quality patient centred care for TB, TB/HIV, and MDR-TB services; to prevent transmission and disease progression; and to strengthen TB platforms.

Major Responsibilities:
•    To be the first point of contact for all enquiries, callers and visitors to KNCV and direct to the relevant people in a welcoming and efficient manner
•    Welcomes all on-site visitors, determines nature of business, and announces visitors to appropriate personnel.
•    Arrange with the Office Assistant drinks and snacks for visitors and where requested meetings.
•    To answer all incoming telephone calls with KNCV standard greeting in a prompt and bright manner.  Ensure the telephone is covered at all times and that calls and messages are dealt with promptly and correctly.  When transferring calls to the appropriate personnel the caller must be introduced and not just put through
•    Ensure that the reception area is well maintained – clean and tidy at all times. 
•    Maintains electronic contact and information lists
•    Handle, record and monitor all incoming and outgoing documents ensuring that they are distributed / sent to the appropriate people in a timely and efficient manner.
•    Provide support with organising meetings and other events as requested 
•    Under the direction of line manager, support KNCV logistic activities eg staff movements, archiving of documents etc 
•    In collaboration with the Program Secretary and HR Department – keep a record of all travel in and out of the office and calendar of meetings / events (internal and external)
•    Provide support related to office utility management related to the building and building maintenance, including disseminating messages and announcements from the Building Management Office to KNCV staff.
•    Work closely with the Office Assistant to provide other support where needed

General
•    Adhere to Indonesian Government, KNCV and Donor rules and regulations at all times
•    Other tasks as requested consistent with the overall scope of this position.
  
Qualifications:  
•    D3 
•    Minimum 2 years demonstrated experience in administration / secretarial work.
•    Strong Computer skills and advanced in email, word and excel
•    Excellent written and oral communications skills, in both Bahasa Indonesia and English
•    Pleasant personality 
•    Excellent interpersonal skills, including patience, diplomacy, willingness to listen and respect for colleagues 
•    Able to create a supportive working environment amongst all staff 
•    Able to work as part of a team or individually 
•    Motivated, proactive and willing to learn  
•    Punctual and reliable


“The KNCV offers a flexible and supportive work environment and strongly encourages developing your skills and abilities to further your career opportunities.”
Interested applicants are requested to submit their CV and application torecruitment.indonesia@kncvtbc.org by February 6th, 2015 at the latest.

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified
KNCV is an equal employment opportunity organization

Science Teacher (Guru IPA) full time

- Wednesday, 21 January 2015
Science Teacher (Guru IPA) full time Hidung Merah
Lowongan Kerja di Hidung Merah



Yayasan Hidung Merah (www.rednosefoundation.org) 's mission is to support the educational and personal development of children living in underprivileged circumstances, and to promote the empowerment of youth through arts while assisting them to become positive contributors to society


Position Available             : Science Teacher (Guru IPA) full time - Jakarta Selatan based

Reporting Supervisor       : Education Manager

Salary Range                    : 2,500,000 - 3,500,000

Please send updated CV, Salary History and cover letter by email  




Requirements
  • Bachelor Degree in Education/Primary Education/Science Education
  • Having 2 years experience or fresh graduate are welcome to apply with min. GPA 3.0
  • Previous teaching experience would be an advantage
  • Posses knowledge and skills of facilitating, fun, engaging and inquiry-based Science activity
  • Understand and able to teach science up to High School materials
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills especially with children
  • Computer skills including ability to operate Ms Office and emails
  • Have a passion in helping kids to love science and apply their knowledge for daily live
Job Description
Science teacher is responsible for teaching particularly the science and arts classes with the overview from the Education Manager (EM) and Artistic Director (AD)

Key Accountabilities
  • Responsible for preparing the day-to-day teaching plan and the program teaching material
  • Teach Science with arts team for arts science program to group of children age 10-17 years old in Cilincing and Bintaro Lama sites
  • Assist day to day duty of AD or EM
  • Report and provide information to AD / EM on weekly class progress
  • Provide information and updates to AD / EM regarding students absence, student's progress on the education
  • Collect and compile students reports and progress to AD / EM
  • Manage student behaviour in the classroom by establishing and enforcing rules and procedures
  • Any other tasks assigned by supervisor or directing staff
Challenges / Problem Solving
  • Working in a slum area day to day 
  • Exercising initiative and creative on classroom
  • Dealing confidently, courteously, sensitively and professionally with students underprivileged

Raja Ampat Finance Coordinator

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Raja Ampat Finance Coordinator CI Indonesia
Lowongan kerja di CI Indonesia

Raja Ampat Finance Coordinator  - Working in 30+ countries globally, Conservation International (CI) Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to empowering societies to responsibly and sustainable care for nature for the good of humanity. We are constantly growing and expanding into areas new and old. With each step, we need more and more hands. Apply your passion, skills, and talents to helping us protect the most important places around the world. We are currently looking to fill the following position for our office in  Sorong, West Papua:


Key Responsibilities:
·         Verifies advance reports and reimbursement reports.
·         Ensures all expenses are charged to the correct charging codes.
·        Prepares re class journal on entries that are incorrectly posted.
·         Ensures CI’s procedure and Donor’s requirements are applied on all financial transaction.
·         Ensures all payment are align with the workplan.
·  Supervise the Raja Ampat Finance Officer and the Raja Ampat MPA Finance Officer on banking transaction, petty cash management and document archive.
·         Prepares the project monthly cash request according to the workplan.
·         Assists on project budget development.
·         Develops monthly Raja Ampat budget monitoring and communicate it to budget center manager, supervisor and appropriate staff.
·         Assists on reviewing Raja Ampat grantee’s report.
·         Ensures that all tasks are delivered smoothly, timely and accurately.
·         Coordinate with Marine Finance Manager and National Finance Manager.
Qualifications:
·         Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or  Management
·         Five years of experience in Finance and Administration.
·         Effective in verbal and written communication, multi-tasking, organizational and prioritization.
·   Demonstrated detail focus, self-confidence and an ability to follow procedures, meet deadlineswork independently and cooperatively with team members.
·         Fluency in English and Bahasa Indonesia (verbal and written)
·         Computer skills with strong familiarity of word processing, spreadsheets, and database software.
·         Able to develop budget and to monitor vs budget
·         Understands Indonesian Tax rules.
Preferred:
·         Experience with Non-Government Organization (NGO)
·         Solution oriented and possess conflict resolution skills
·         Posses good knowledge of local cultural setting in Papua
·         Experience in working with Agresso program
Please send your current resume and cover letter (no more than 4 pages) to:
Indicate the position title Raja Ampat Finance Coordinator” in the email subject line.
Closing date for the application is 31 January 2015
(Only short-listed candidates will be notified).
For more information about CI, please visit our web:
Female applicants are encourage to Apply