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Vacancy : CARE International Indonesia

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 micro-credit.
 
DEADLINE EXTENSION 

CARE International Indonesia  is currently re-advertising 4 (four) positions in connection with selection of candidates for inclusion in proposal: (if you have already submitted, there is no need to resubmit)
 
Background
 
CARE is a leading international humanitarian and development organization dedicated to defending dignity and fighting global poverty. In 2012, CARE worked in 84 countries around the world, supporting 997 projects and reaching more than 83 million people.  CARE has operated in Indonesia since 1967 under a Memorandum of Understanding with the Indonesia Ministry of Home Affairs. CARE Canada has management responsibilities for CARE under CARE’s International Lead Member Model. Beginning with food distribution, CII activities have expanded into a wide range of programming from disaster risk management and emergency response to economic development with a focus on women and girls.
 
CARE Indonesia (CII) and CARE Canada are in the process of jointly tendering for Managing Partner of PNPM Peduli Program Phase II, a National Community Empowerment Program that focuses on improving social inclusion in targeted locations by increasing access to services, choices and human rights for those who have been marginalized. The Program value is estimated to be between USD12 and 20 million for 2013-205, with a potential extension for a further 2 years subject to the availability of the fund. The PNPM Peduli is funded by a trust fund managed by the World Bank through PNPM Support Facility (PSF)
To reach its goal in Phase II, PSF will assign a Managing Partner (MP) that is responsible for managing the program and providing grants to selected NGOs called Executing Organizations (EOs), providing capacity building to EOs, conducting knowledge management, monitoring and evaluation as well as managing communications. It is estimated that for the first round of funding in Phase II, approximately 65 CSOs/branches under a network of 5 EOs are expected to participate in 24 provinces reaching more than 13,000 marginalized people. 
 
We would like to invite potential candidates to be nominated in the following full time positions of Core Team of Managing Partner in the proposal:
1)      Team Leader (Code: CTL)
2)      Capacity Development Coordinator (Code: CCD)
3)      Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Specialist (Code: CME)
4)     Financial Management Specialist (Code: CFM)
 
The above Core Team will be responsible for successfully managing a fund, and providing technical support, to support the implementation of Indonesia PNPM Peduli Phase II, over an initial two-years period (with possible extension for a further two years). 
  
1) Team Leader (Code: CTL)
 
The Team Leader is responsible for ensuring quality of service delivery in accordance with the objectives and principles of the Program and needs of program partners and PSF. This will include overall management and coordination of the MP, providing strategic advice to EOs and PSF, working through multi-stakeholder processes to ensure knowledge management, monitoring, evaluation, learning and communications are carried out effectively, produce an evidence base to advocate for change and assure the quality of work and outputs of the MP. The Team Leader will work closely with the PSF Task Team Leader on overall management and implementation of the Program.
 Requirements:
·        At least 15 years experience in development programs in Indonesia, including substantial experience in managing a large scale grants program.
·        Experience in initiatives working with marginalized people. 
·        Extensive knowledge of Indonesian CSOs/NGOs.
·        High level policy and analytical skills related to democracy building, decentralization, local governance and rights based development.
·        Excellent planning, financial & budget oversight, negotiations, and communications skills.
·        Demonstrated experience in applying a gender equality approach. 
·        Good oral and written English skills.
·        Masters or equivalent in related discipline.
 
2. Capacity Development Coordinator (Code: CCD)
 
The Capacity Development Coordinator provides the lead technical direction/technical assistance for activity planning for capacity development strategy by managing and overseeing the program implementation, design and delivery for all capacity development activities targeted at capacity development of EOs and their CSO/Branch partners. The position reports directly to the PNPM Peduli Team Leader and will engage with related programs to promote good practices in capacity development in PNPM Peduli.
Requirements:
·        At least 10 years experience in implementing technical and organizational capacity building program for civil society organizations in Indonesia in a number of thematic areas (health, human rights, livelihoods). 
·        Substantial demonstrated experience in building the capacity of non-governmental partners to influence change.
·        Proficiency with activities, theories, methods and technology in capacity development especially in supporting multi-stakeholders processes.
·        Excellent planning, negotiation and communication skills. 
·        Demonstrated experience in applying a gender equality approach.
·        Good oral and written English skills.
·        Masters or equivalent in related field.
 
3. Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Specialist (Code: CME)
 
The Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Specialist provides lead technical direction and technical assistance for implementing a quality monitoring, evaluation and reporting system for PNPM Peduli, and works in collaboration with relevant specialist units in PSF.
Requirements:
·        At least 7 years of relevant experience in developing and implementing, monitoring and evaluation activities including development of M&E tools, data quality management, data verification, data collection and analysis.
·        Experience in working with civil society organizations in Indonesia in the area of monitoring and evaluation.

·        Demonstrated ability to transfer knowledge to CSOs through training and mentoring. 
·        Ability to communicate orally and in writing about technical issues.
·        Demonstrated experience in applying a gender equality approach.
·        Good oral and written English skills.
·        Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in social sciences, with specialization in M&E.
 
4. Financial Management Specialist (Code: CFM)
 
The Financial Management Specialist will: a) monitor and support the effective implementation of fiduciary aspects of the EOs’ Grant Agreements with the World Bank and b) manage the MP budget, including travel and other expenditures. Specific tasks will include: recommendations for PSF disbursements based on EO progress in implementing budget, conducting financial spot-checks of EOs and sub-granted CSOs to ensure adherence to program guidelines and requirements, reporting of findings to PNPM Peduli Task Team Leader, provision of advice on necessary follow- up and actionrequired, managing the capacity-building support budget for each EO and supporting EOs in developing and implementing effective financial management systems. The CFM will be based within the MP office, but will work closely with the Financial Management Team of the World Bank Office in Jakarta.
 Requirements:
·        At least 10 years experience in finance, fiduciary aspects, and grants management, preferably related to CSO grant programs.
·        Excellent skills in relevant accounting software and in financial reporting systems. 
·        Excellent relationship-building and relationship-management skills, including ability to influence and motivate EOs to ensure quality financial management. 
·        Experience or evidence of capacity in delivering training related to financial management, preferably familiarity with World Bank financial and procurement 
procedures. 
·        Excellent interpersonal, verbal, written and cross-cultural communication skills essential. 
·        Good oral and written English skills.
·        At least in a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance, an MBA, CPA or other advance degree/accreditation.
  
TERMS OF OFFER 
  
CARE is an equal opportunity employer offering a competitive salary and benefits package, and a collegial working environment, and women candidates are encouraged to apply. 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 and on top corner of CV’s first page. 
  
Please submit your applications before July 25, 2013 to CARE International Indonesia, Human Resources Unit: 
recruit_705@careind.or.id 
“Only qualified applicants will be shortlisted

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