World Bank, etc.

*1) The World Bank in Jakarta, through the multi-donor Decentralization Support Facility (DSF) that it administers, wishes to employ a capable and committed individual to fill the position set out below.

Head of Support Office for Eastern Indonesia (SOFEI)

The DSF is a government-led facility supported by eight donors and the World Bank whose principal purpose is to support the decentralization agenda of the Government of Indonesia. The position will have responsibility for the overall management of the DSF Office in Makassar and for the development and implementation of strategies and plans agreed with the Program Manager of DSF.

Requirements include :

(a) At least a master degree in a discipline relevant to local governance and/or community driven development;

(b) At least five years experience in leading and managing a development project, agency;

(c) Well developed leadership skills including the ability to analyze and shape strategic direction. Renewal or status conversion is subject to satisfactory performance. A complete job description; set of selection criteria; and directions on how to apply are available
at our website: http://www.worldbank. org/id

Applications should be submitted no later than 21 February 2009. Late submissions and telephone enquiries will not be accepted.

*2) Terms of Reference TOR  Public Relation Officer

The Frankfurt Zoological Society is going to start a public awareness and education programme for the buffer zone of the Bukit Tigapuluh National Park located in the Sumatran provinces of Riau and Jambi.

The public awareness programme will operate as a road show visiting some 34 villages surrounding the Bukit Tigapuluh National Park . The project is schedule for a period of two years time (2009-2010). Visits to each individual village will be repeated twice a year. The public awareness programme will target schools to deliver basic training in conservation issues as well as targeting the adult population to
disseminate conservation issues in and around the national park.

The aim of the road show is to disseminate conservation values in general in order to increase understanding and public support for nature conservation in general and to respect and support the boundaries of the national park and its conservation
regulations in specific.

The education team will be based in Jambi town at the FZS headquarters. The public relation officer will manage, direct and supervise the road show from the FZS headquarters in Jambi.

During the first phase of the project teaching materials needs to be developed and produced and an education programme needs to be set up. Creative input and improvising talent is mandatory for this job.

While the education programme starts working in the field the PR officer will focus on mass media contacts to promote the activities of the Bukit Tigapuluh Landscape Conservation Programme BLCP. Regular articles in regional and national newspapers are expected as well as TV documentaries produced by Indonesian TV stations. Part of the PR officer’s job is the production of public awareness materials such as folder,
brochures and posters to promote the activities of BLCP.

TOR
· Creative input for the public awareness and education programme
· Working in a team to develop a nature conservation public awareness programme for local communities in the surrounding of the Bukit Tigapuluh National Park
· Managing, supervising and directing the public awareness and education programme (road show)
· Writing articles for regional and national newspapers about the aim and activities of the BLCP
· Engaged with Indonesian TV stations to produce TV documentaries about BLCP’s activities (2 TV productions are anticipated during the project period)
· Networking with other nature conservation NGO’s
· Produce public awareness materials such as folders, brochures and posters
· Public presentations of the aim of BLCP

Profile
· Positive attitude to nature conservation
· Strong communication skills
· Background in journalism
· Strong writing skills
· Experiences in media contacts and communication
· Contacts to Indonesian TV stations
· Creativity to develop education programmes and PR materials
· Good team player

Contact Address

Interested applicant, please send your letter of application, CV and recommendation letter to:

Frankfurt Zoological Society-Admin:
litadelarosa_ fzs@yahoo. co.id

*3) Vacancy for National Gender Adviser: (Gender)

Reports to: The International Adviser Gender and Inclusive Education MCPM BEP and to Chairperson of the Pokja Gender, MoNE.

Objectives: The Adviser for Gender (Gender and Poverty) will coordinate the implementation of the project’s Gender Strategy and, consistent with the program approach, provide technical and strategic support to MONE and MORA and the Gender Reference Groups as they work to successfully implement Ministry Gender policies. The Adviser will assist counterpart MONE and MORA staff to build the capacity of all those engaged in implementing the Gender Mainstreaming Program and the AWP 2009-2010. The Adviser will work closely with Pillar leaders and other MCPM consultants and provide technical advice and support on strategies to fully integrate gender across all BEP activities.

The Adviser with work with Provincial and district education staff, other stakeholders including religious organisations, women’s organisations, NGOs and other community groups, to promote gender mainstreaming and community participation, with a specific focus on (i) ensuring the access to and participation in basic education of girls living in poverty; (ii) educational support for groups of women excluded from educational
opportunities through illiteracy and/or poverty; and (iii) promoting equal opportunities for women employed in the education sector. At least part of this work will be carried out through the Whole School Development (WSD) and Whole District Development (WDD) initiatives of BEP.

Specific Responsibilities :

Under the overall direction of the International Adviser for Gender and Inclusive Education MCPM-BEP and in close collaboration with other
stakeholders, to
1. Provide overall direction and guidance for the implementation of the BEP Gender Mainstreaming Strategy.

2. Provide such capacity building support as is requested to the MONE Gender unit in support of RENSTRA (2005-2009) implementation and RENSTRA 2010-2014 development.

3. Support MONE and MORA personnel to develop Activity Plans to be funded under BEP in support of the successful implementation of MONE and MORA policies in gender.

4. Support the Pokja Gender and other stakeholders to identify legal and operational barriers to equal opportunity for women employed in the education sector.

5. Provide other technical and strategic advice as requested to MONE and MORA about gender equity, gender equality and gender mainstreaming

6. Provide technical and strategic advice to MCPM personnel on capacity building and other activities for gender inclusive education and community participation, including district and school based management (WSD and WDD) and development, teaching and learning, classroom management, etc.

7. Liaise, as required, with Provincial and District authorities on issues relating to community participation in the areas of poverty and
gender equity.

8. Collect and disseminate suitable media, models, kits etc on gender equity and community participation in basic education for use by
consultants, trainers, partners and other stakeholders.

9. Monitor reports from training and field activities to identify issues for gender equity to be followed up by BEP and stakeholders

10. Document lessons learned in implementing gender mainstreaming activities and community participation for dissemination to BEP partners, AusAID and other donors.

11. Other responsibilities as may be agreed from time to time with the International Adviser for Gender and Inclusive Education MCPM-BEP resulting from a recognition of new needs and/or changing priorities at national, provincial and district levels.

Deliverables :

1.  An initial report, 10 days into the consultancy, outlining the approach and timetable for implementing the above core tasks.

2.  After one month of the consultancy, an implementation plan for the BEP Gender Strategy.

3.   At the mid and end points of the consultancy, detailed reports outlining progress on all the above core tasks, including copies of Activity
proposals developed by MoNE and MoRA for BEP funding.

4.   A special report on the legal and operational barriers impeding equal opportunity for women employed in the education sector with recommendations to overcome these barriers.

5.   Such other reports as may be requested by and agreed with the BEP Team Leader.

Please send your CV and Application Letter to: hr.dept@mcpm-aibep.or.id

Put the subject line of your email with the Job Title. Application should be sent to the above address no later than 17 February 2009

You can also visit our website: http://www.mcpm-aibep.or.id

*4) Vacancy for National Inclusion Adviser (Poverty and Disability)*

The International Adviser for Gender and Inclusive Education MCPM BEP.

The Adviser for Inclusion (Poverty and Disability) will support the implementation of the BEP Inclusion Strategy which, consistent
with the program approach, focuses on providing technical and strategic support to both MoNE and MoRA to assist capacity building for the ongoing development and successful implementation of Ministry policies.  The objective is to support both MoNE and MoRA in ensuring access to basic education, wherever possible, for all groups currently marginalised or excluded on the basis of poverty, geography, gender, physical and intellectual functioning, and/or other reasons.

The Adviser with work with Provincial and district education staff, other stakeholders including religious organisations, advocacy groups, NGOs and other community groups, to promote inclusive education and community participation, with a specific focus on (i) ensuring the access to and participation in basic education; (ii) educational support for children excluded from educational opportunities through disability and/or poverty; and (iii) promoting equal opportunities for education sector personnel. At least part of this work will be carried out through the Whole School Development (WSD) and Whole District Development (WDD) initiatives of MCPM BEP.

Under the overall direction of the International Adviser for Gender and Inclusive Education MCPM-BEP and in close collaboration with other
stakeholders, to
1. Support the overall direction and guidance for the implementation of the BEP Inclusion Plan 2009 – 2010.

2. Provide technical and strategic advice as requested to MONE and MORA about inclusive education and international trends in inclusion and provide such capacity building support as may be required to promote inclusive education policies, strategies and implementation.

3. Provide technical and strategic advice to relevant stakeholders.

4. Collect and disseminate suitable resources on inclusion and community participation in basic education for use by consultants, trainers, partners and other stakeholders.

5. Monitor reports from training and field activities to identify possible ‘inclusion’ issues to be followed up by BEP and stakeholders

6. Document lessons learned about inclusion through the implementation of BEP activities and community participation for dissemination to BEP partners and other donors.

7. Other responsibilities as may be agreed from time to time with the International Adviser for Gender and Inclusive Education MCPM-BEP resulting from a recognition of new needs and/or changing priorities at national, provincial and district levels.

Please send your CV and Application Letter to: hr.dept@mcpm-aibep.or.id

Put the subject line of your email with the Job Title. Application should be sent to the above address no later than 17 February 2009

You can also visit our website: http://www.mcpm-aibep.or.id

*5) John Snow International (JSI) is a Human Resources professional for the Health Services Program (HSP). HSP is a five year development assistance program to the Indonesia Ministry of Health, working in six provinces on issues of maternal, child and newborn health. It is funded by USAID. The program will operate through 2009, covering districts in Aceh, North Sumatera and Java.

Please find attached vacancy for the positions of Human Resources Manager. This position will be based in Jakarta.
All resumes should be sent to hr@jsi.or.id <mailto:hr@jsi.or.id> before February 7, 2009.

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER

Responsibilities :

1. Manage HSP staff recruitment.

2. Manage staff appraisal process.

3. Ensure that hiring and termination of staff meet all the legal obligations of the Indonesia Department of Manpower.

4. Maintain HR records both hard and soft copy so that they meet the audit standards of Manpower and USAID.

5. Develop and manage a risk-management approach to closing down the HSP program in the area of human resources, addressing issues such
as expectations for severance, staff morale, and legal obligations to Manpower

6. Perform administrative activities within HR areas, including documentation, and tracking of contracts, employees benefit (medical,
annual leave, holidays), and time sheet.

7. Represent HSP HR in relation with external stakeholders (Disnaker, Jamsostek, Police, other Agencies) when requested
8. Monitor learning and development implementation (preparation of venue, administration, material copying, and stationeries, and records
staff learning and development activities in tracking system

9. Ensuring that personnel files are well kept, maintained, and updated.

10. Perform other duties as assigned by superiors within the capacity of his/her field of profession.

Qualifications :

* University degree

* Very good team player, with the ability of working on multi-assignments

* Good knowledge of Microsoft Office

* Very Good command of English

* Five years experience in Human Resource.

One response to “World Bank, etc.

  1. Hi,
    as your page is dealing with diversity/ability-topics, we would love to inform you about or contest on the topic of inclusion.
    We are trying to build an international database and discussion plattform for the various definitions of inclusion/inclusive education.

    We would be pleased if you would link definitely-inclusive.org on your web site, either by writing a post or using one of our banners.

    Best regards and thank you for your support
    Frank J. for the team of definitely-inclusive.org

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