Several Vacant Positions in CARE International Indonesia-Kefamenanu-East Nusa Tenggara

19 February 2010

Several Vacant Positions in Care International Indonesia

Position: Kefamenanu-NTT

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.

CARE Indonesia in Kefamenanu- East Nusa Tenggara is currently recruiting the following positions for its project:

1. JOB TITLE      : PROJECT OFFICER
PROJECT       : PRIMA BINA
REPORTS TO  : ASSISTANT PROJECT MANAGER

JOB SUMMARY:
The PRIMA BINA Project Officer is responsible for coordination and monitoring of the implementation of field activities. S/he will work in close coordination with community facilitators to ensure implementation and support for the project’s activities as designed and planned. The project will be implemented in TTU and Belu districts in Nusa Tenggara Timur Province, in a targeted 23 villages.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS:
• Conduct district-level coordination with the governments, the health offices and their related infrastructures, and partner NGOs working in the target area for the implementation of the project
• Work closely with Assistant Project Manager and Project Manager to develop detailed project implementation plans. Coordinate management, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of integrated technical strategies and plans.
• Perform administrative and logistics arrangements related to capacity-building activities
• In collaboration with partners, ensure identification of staff of health facilities and member of communities where infant and young child feeding can be practiced and supported: including community health workers, midwives, and other community members to take part in trainings and future activities.
• Coordinate schedule and confirm participants for trainings that involve the two districts
• Participate in related Training of Trainers.  Develop training plans and carry out follow-on training with community health workers and partners.
• Monitor and assist with creating work plans for community health workers and midwives. Assist with supervision and facilitation of technical support, in partnership with MOH staff.
• Prepare required reports detailing activities, progress, results, constraints, issues, and projected needs for technical assistance to be submitted to the Assistant Project Manager on monthly and quarterly basis.
• Monitor work progress and achievements related to IYCF activities.  Regularly analyze the project’s impact on infant feeding issues in the field at community level.
• Participate in surveillance activities that include infant and young child feeding measures.
• Document lessons learned; participate in interactive sharing of learning among collaborating agencies. Ensure that partners have access to technical assistance, program materials, data, and lessons learned to use for decision making.
• Any other assignment that assign by her/his supervisor

SUPERVISES:
Project Officer will supervise six Community Facilitator.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• University education (or academy with proven extensive field experience) with emphasis on health, development or the social sciences.
• Having been trained in maternal and child health (MCH) related training; 40 hours BFC training and IYCF related is an advantage.
• Experience in strategic coordination, and activity monitoring and evaluation.
• 2-3 years work experience in health and development programs for an international NGO.
• Demonstrated experience working in partnership with NGOs, community-based organizations and government officials.
• Demonstrated leadership and prompt decision-making ability.
• Excellent interpersonal and communications skills.
• Trustworthiness, integrity, good analytical thinking and attention to detail
• Have willingness to learn
• Ability to work under pressure
• Good written and spoken English preferable
• Knowledge of local language and custom would be an advantage
• Computer proficiency
• Able to ride motorcycle and has the license

WORKING CONDITIONS:
TTU 65 % ; Belu 35%

Please submit your applications before February 20th 2010 to CARE International Indonesia, Human Resources Unit:
recruit_368@ careind.or. id
“Only qualified applicants will be shortlisted”

2. JOB TITLE        : HR ADMIN & PROCUREMENT OFFICER
PROJECT          : PRIMA BINA
REPORTS TO   : PROJECT MANAGER

RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS:
• Screen of incoming telephone calls and the pacing of out going telephone calls
• Receive and direct visitors
• Process incoming, correspondence by opening mail, recording in log book, photocopying, circulating and filing
• Open mail each morning and send mail/e-mail as requested
• Assist Project Manager to collect Travel Expense Report project staff
• Assist Project Manager to prepare letters, project data, and monthly report
• Assist Project Manager to process the office supply procurement
• Control and monitor the office supply use and availability for regular needs of project staff
• Prepare breakdown monthly invoices for official phone, electricity
• Assist in maintenance of active and inactive general file to ensure that all correspondences and documents are filed properly
• Assist Project Manager and any other team members to run any project activities (training, course, workshop) internal CARE, in the community and with partner.
• Assist in maintenance inventory in Project and prepare monthly FFE Report
• Contact Equipment vendors to purchase, services and repair office equipment
• Maintain and monitoring organization’s assets, including vehicles/motorcycle s.
• Supervise driver guard
• Fleet management: vehicle traffic, vehicle maintenance, monitoring log and fuel consumption analysis properly by establishing vehicles/motorcycle s files.
• Processing the procurement request for the project and ensure the process complies with the CARE Indonesia Procurement Manual.
• Preparing staff attendance reports, medical reimbursement, leave report, and preparing payroll calculation.
• Coordinate with HR Head Quarter if there is personnel requisition for project purpose and other HR duties
• Coordinate with Admin/Procurement Head Quarter for proper procedure and admin/procurement process cannot handle in the field.
• Arrange/book flight for staff for official travel purpose
• Assist and any other assignment assigned by supervisor

SUPERVISES:

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Minimum Bachelors Degree in Administration or Management
• Ability to communicate in English both spoken and written is preferable.
• Ability to operate standard computer programs (Window, Excel, Outlook & Internet, PowerPoint)
• Ability to build and work in teams and to be pro-active
• Minimum 2 years experience in Secretarial or Administration/ Procurement Area
• Demonstrated ability to promote and initiate work processes and complete given assignments with minimum supervision
• Able to handle patty cash system
• Financial management knowledge and experience will be advantage
• Fluency in Bahasa Indonesia and English
• Advanced computer skills in MS Word and Excel
• Trustworthiness, integrity, good analytical thinking and attention to detail
• Have willingness to learn
• Ability to work under pressure and tight deadlines
• Able to ride motorcycle and has the license

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Kefamenanu 80%, travel 20%

Please submit your applications before February 20th 2010 to CARE International Indonesia, Human Resources Unit:
recruit_369@ careind.or. id
“Only qualified applicants will be shortlisted”

3. JOB TITLE         : FINANCE OFFICER
PROJECT          : PRIMA BINA
REPORTS TO    : PROJECT MANAGER

JOB SUMMARY:
The Finance Officer contributes to the overall performance of the sub office by ensuring that all disbursements and receipts are processed correctly and reported on time.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS:
Transactions Processing and Documentation
1. Process advances (travel advance and project advance) and enter into SCALA;
2. Review and process travel expense report (TER), project expense report and enter into SCALA;
3. Process medical payment and enter in Scala.
4. Write bank transfer letters + cheques.
5. Process utilities payments.
6. Prepare all procurement payment (PO and Non PO).
7. Process cash receipts from Staff and ensuring that they are deposited in a timely manner.
8. Cancelling by placing the paid stamp on all documents that have been paid..
Financial Management and Analysis
1. Audit petty cash payments (disbursement) and enter that in Scala after review.
2. Manage the petty cash float by ensuring re-imbursements are made on time and disbursements are accounted for properly.
3. Prepare bank reconciliation on time.
4. Ensuring that where there are errors, adjusting entries are raised to effect corrections.
Custody and Filing
1. Maintaine blank + signed cheques.
2. Ensuring that all documents are filed properly and on time.
Others
Any other duties that maybe reasonably assigned by the supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS:
1. University degree in Accounting from reputable university.
2. At least three years working experience.  If applicant is a graduate of a 3-year diploma program, a minimum of four years working experience is required.
3. Ability to work with computers and in particular Microsoft Office like excel and word .
4. Ability to work within  tight deadlines.
5. Ability to work in a multicultural setting.
6. Attention to details
7. Good communication

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Kefamenanu 100 %

Please submit your applications before February 20th 2010 to CARE International Indonesia, Human Resources Unit:
recruit_371@ careind.or. id
“Only qualified applicants will be shortlisted”

4. JOB TITLE      : COMMUNITY FACILITATOR
PROJECT        : PRIMA BINA
REPORTS TO : PROJECT OFFICER

JOB SUMMARY:
The PRIMA BINA Community Facilitator is responsible for coordination and facilitation of field activities. S/he will work in close coordination with project officer, village and sub-district stakesholder, midwives, and community health workers to ensure the community receives adequate support in practicing IYCF. The project will be implemented in TTU and Belu districts in Nusa Tenggara Timur Province, in a targeted 23 villages.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS:
• Conduct field-level coordination with the governments, midwives, community health workers, relevant health infrastructures, and staff of partner NGOs working in the target villages for the implementation of the project
• Participate in IYCF and maternal nutrition training Facilitate focus group discussion and other comprehensive qualitative information collection method
• Provide on the job training to community members and assist in supervision through  support group, counseling and education to community
• Facilitate and assist community capacity building to support IYCF practices.
• Coordinate schedule and confirm participants for trainings that involve the villages
• Facilitate and assist the community in participatory self-monitoring during the project and post implementation periods.
• Perform administrative and logistics arrangements related to field activities
• Monitor and assist with workplan of the community health workers and midwives.
• Prepare required documentation detailing activities, progress, results, constraint to be reported to the Project Officer on monthly basis.
• Any other assignment that assign by supervisor

SUPERVISES: –

QUALIFICATIONS:
• S1 or D3 Degree, some knowledge in infant and young child feeding and maternal nutrition would be an advantage.
• Good communication/ facilitating skill.
• Demonstrated ability to blend well with any given community.
• Demonstrated capacity to work as a team member in active and proactive manners.
• Able to produce comprehensive documentations of his/her work and field activities.
• Able to relate well and work with local partners and stakeholders (PKK, Midwives, Puskesmas, village leaders).
• Trustworthiness, integrity, good analytical thinking and attention to detail
• Have willingness to learn
• Ability to work under pressure
• Knowledge of local language and custom would be an advantage
• Computer proficiency with MS Office Applications.
• Able to ride motorcycle and has the licence.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Villages 75 %; Kefamenanu (office) 25%

Please submit your applications before February 20th 2010 to CARE International Indonesia, Human Resources Unit:
recruit_370@ careind.or. id
“Only qualified applicants will be shortlisted”

TERMS OF OFFER:
CARE is an equal opportunity employer offering a competitive salary and benefits package, and a collegial working environment. 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.

For more information about CARE Indonesia Projects in Indonesia, please visit our website at: http://www.careindonesia. or.id

One Comment Add yours

  1. Primus says:

    Nama saya: PRIMUS A. MISSA,SE. Sya ingin bergabung dengan CARE . Saya punya pengalaman di LSM LOKAL dan FASILITATOR Program penyediaan air minum dan sanitasi berbasis masyarakat ( PAMSIMAS ). Untk lbh lngkap berikan saya kesempatan untk wawancara. Saya bersedia ditempatkan dimana sja sbgai COMMUNITY FACILITATAOR. Hubungi saya di 08525313xxxx. Atau email ulnaet@yahoo.co.id. Trma ksh.

    ThomasPM:

    Salam kenal Pak Primus,

    Sebaiknya bapak langsung saja apply ke alamat yg terdapat di lowongan tersebut, karena blog saya sifatnya hanya membantu menyebarluaskan informasi tersebut.

    Regards,

    Thomas

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