Tips Dunia Project Management

Tip 01 : This is not a job, this is an adventure


Saya ingin sharing kepada rekan2, terutama yang masih baru menginjak dunia project management.

Salah satu Tip yang sering saya berikan ke rekan2 kerja saya adalah: This is not a job, this is an adventure

(mengutip dari Steven Seagal 🙂  )


Ingin bukti? Silakan lihat beberapa info lowongan proyek berikut ini, bila rekan2 berjiwa petualang pasti mudah menyambar lowongan2 pekerjaan seperti ini:

Contoh tantangan untuk proyek berkaitan hutan-hutan di Papua

Please see below

Dear Friends,

We currently have a National Project Coordinator (Illegal Logging) position
available in our office. The job description is provided below. If you are
interested, or may know someone who might be interested please share this
info to your contacts. The application can be found at

UNODC National Project Coordinator (for Indonesian Nationality only),

I. Organizational Context
UNODC is a global leader in the fight against illicit drugs and
international crime. Established in 1997, UNODC operates in all regions of
the world through an extensive network of field offices.
UNODC in Indonesia is implementing a Norwegian government funded project
Countering Illegal Logging and the linkage between Forest Crime and
Corruption in Indonesia. The project seeks to counter illegal logging and
the illicit trade in forest products in Indonesia by strengthening the
country?s law enforcement and anti-corruption capacities. The project will
support the Special Responsive Police Forest Task Force, prosecutors, judges
and civil society to respond to illegal logging and corruption. The project
activities will be carried out in Papua and Jakarta.
Under the guidance of the Programme Steering Committee and the direct
supervision of UNODC?s Country Manager, the National Project Coordinator
will be responsible for the management, coordination and implementation of
the Project activities.
The Coordinator will be based in Jakarta and is expected to spend
considerable amounts of time visiting and supporting the Project operations
in Papua.
Duties and Responsibilities
II. Functions / Key Results Expected
Summary of Key Functions:

* Implementation of strategies
* Effective management and supervision of the project team
* Established and maintain strategic partnerships and implementation
of the resource mobilization strategy
* Provision of top quality advisory services and facilitation of
knowledge building and management focusing on achievement

1.?As the Coordinator of the Project, ensure the implementation of
strategies focusing on achievement of the following results:

* Lead day-to-day decision making on project planning, management,
implementation, quality monitoring and evaluation
* Manage the delivery of project activities, outputs and outcomes?
* Provide direction and guidance to project team
* Liaise with the project coordination mechanisms to assure the
overall direction and integrity of the project.
* Supervise project staff

2.? Ensures effective management and supervision of the project team
focusing on quality control of the full cycle of project from formulation to
implementation achieving the following results:

* Organization of the Project Board meeting involving Implementing
Partners, UNODC and other relevant parties
* Development of annual work plans and expenditure plans
* Monitoring of financial resources and accounting to ensure accuracy
and reliability of financial reports.
* Development of a monitoring and evaluation framework and plan that
are in line with the requirements of UNODC, Implementing Partner and donors
and that can ensure a bottom-up process of capturing lessons learned and
best practices.
* Management and monitoring of the project risks as initially
identified in the Project Document. Update the status of these risks as
* Preparation of the Project annual Progress Report (progress against
planned activities, update on Risks and Issues, expenditures)
* Strategic oversight of planning, budgeting, implementing and
monitoring of the project, tracking use of financial resources in accordance
with UNODC rules and regulations.
* Managing project closure by end of the project.
* Carry out any related tasks assigned by the country manager

3.? Establishes and maintains strategic partnerships and implementation of
the resource mobilization strategy focusing on achievement of the following

* Development of partnerships with government institutions, donors,
private sector and other relevant actors
* Coordinate the involvement of local communities in project
* Update donors on progress and result of implementation of activities
and funding status.
* Analysis and research of information on donors, preparation of
substantive briefs on possible new areas of cooperation and programming

4. Ensures provision of top quality advisory services and facilitation of
knowledge building and management focusing on achievement of the following

* Identification of sources of information related to policy-driven
issues. Identification and synthesis of best practices and lessons learned
directly linked to UNODC policy goals.
* Provide sound policy advice to government and other partners
* Sound contributions to knowledge networks and communities of
* Organization of trainings for the projects staff.

III. Impact of Results
The key results will positively impact on the quality of project management,
thus contributing to effective and efficient project implementation and
delivery and creation of strategic partnerships.
Project implementation should be aligned to the objectives of the project as
stated in the approved Project Document and UNODC rules, regulations and
IV. Competencies and Critical Success Factors
Corporate Competencies

* Demonstrates integrity by modelling the UN?s values and ethical
* Promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals of UNDP
* Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age
sensitivity and adaptability
* Treats all people fairly without favouritism

Development and Operational Effectiveness

* Ability to perform a variety of specialized tasks related to Results
Management, including support to design, planning and implementation of
programme, managing data, reporting.
* Ability to lead implementation of new systems (business side), and
affect staff behavioural/ attitudinal change
* Ability to establish and maintain productive relationships with

Management and Leadership

* Focuses on impact and result for the client and responds positively
to feedback
* Leads teams effectively and shows conflict resolution skills
* Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive,
constructive attitude
* Demonstrates strong oral and written communication skills
* Build strong relationships with clients and external actors
* Remains calm, in control and good humoured even under pressure
* Demonstrates openness to change and ability to manage complexities

Required Skills and Experience
V. Recruitment Qualifications

* Masters degree in law, forestry studies, development or social


* Minimum of 3 years work experience in law enforcement forestry, NGO
or related areas.
* Must have strong project management experience and a strong
knowledge of forest law enforcement and governance, climate change and REDD
related issues.

Language Requirements:

* Fluency in English and Bahasa Indonesia with good report writing
skills are a requirement

Click here to down load the form
Female candidates are encouraged to apply
UNDP Indonesia reserves the right to select one or more candidates from this
vacancy announcement.We may also retain applications and consider candidates
applying to this post for other similar positions with UNDP Indonesia at the
same grade level and with similar job description, experience and education
UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender,
nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups
and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All
applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.


Demikian juga lowongan di bawah ini:

Contoh tantangan proyek untuk bersosialisasi dengan suku2 pedalaman papua

Yayasan Pembangunan Citra Insan Indonesia (YPCII) adalah sebuah
lembaga/organisasi nirlaba yang mandiri dan mempunyai tujuan untuk memajukan
kehidupan masyarakat di bidang kesehatan, pendidikan, ekonomi dan lingkungan
Pada saat ini YPCII bekerja sama dengan Lembaga Pengembangan Masyarakat Amungme
dan Kamoro (LPMAK) dan Pemda Kab. Mimika dalam pelaksanaan Program Mimika Sehat
di 4 Distrik/Kecamatan di wilayah Kab. Mimika. Untuk pelaksanaan program
tersebut, YPCII membutuhkan seorang staf untuk menempati posisi Field Supervisor
Tanggal mulai kerja : 1 Januari 2011
Durasi kerja : Full-time
Base Location : Lokasi Program Mimika Sehat, Kab. Mimika,
Bertanggung Jawab kepada: Program Manager (Program Mimika Sehat)
Benefits : Rest & Rilex yang diperhitungkan
sebesar biaya perjalanan Timika – Jayapura PP (3 bulan sekali), dan benefit
menarik lainnya.
Tanggung Jawab :
Melakukan pemantauan dan supervisi atas kinerja Pendamping Lapangan (Field
Facilitator)serta pelaksanaan program Kesehatan Ibu dan Anak, di wilayah kerja
yang menjadi tanggungjawabnya, meliputi perencanaan, pelaksanaan, monitoring dan
evaluasi Program. Termasuk di dalamnya adalah pengembangan program yang
inovatif dan berkelanjutan serta pengintegrasian program Kesehatan Ibu dan Anak
dengan sektor-sektor terkait lainnya, antara lain pengembangan ekonomi,
keamanan pangan, pendidikan /pemberantasan buta huruf dan pengembangan anak
usia dini dengan mengacu kepada kesetaraan dan keadilan jender serta pemenuhan
hak-hak anak dan perempuan.

o Pendidikan minimal D3 dengan pengalaman bekerja di LSM/NGO minimal 5 tahun
o Pendidikan minimal S1 dengan pengalaman bekerja di LSM/NGO minimal 3 tahun.
o Lulusan sarjana kesehatan masyarakat lebih diprioritaskan.
o Memiliki pengalaman bekerja di Papua atau di Indonesia timur.
o Bersedia ditempatkan di wilayah kerja Program Mimika Sehat.
o Memiliki pengalaman di bidang Kesehatan Ibu dan Anak, Kesehatan Reproduksi,
Gizi, Higienitas, Sanitasi dan Pemberdayaan Masyarakat.
o Terampil dalam mengoperasikan komputer minimal Microsoft Word, Excel,
PowerPoint and Internet.
o Memiliki jiwa kepemimpinan dan berpengalaman dalam memimpin sebuah tim.
o Berpengalaman dalam membangun hubungan dengan lintas sektoral di tingkat
o Memiliki komitmen yang tinggi terhadap tugas.
o Memiliki motivasi tinggi untuk belajar dan membagikan pengetahuan dan
ketrampilan yang dimiliki kepada orang lain (hard learner).
o Jujur dan berkepribadian baik.
o Dapat bekerja dalam tim, namun juga memiliki inisiatif dan independen dalam
melaksanakan pekerjaan.
o Menghormati keragaman sosial dan budaya.
Jika Anda memenuhi kriteria tersebut dan merasa tertantang untuk berperan dalam
Menyelamatkan, Menyehatkan dan Mencerdaskan Anak Papua, segera kirimkan Surat
Lamaran Kerja dan Curriculum Vitae Anda paling lambat akhir November 2010 ke:

Direktur Pelaksana
Yayasan Pembangunan Citra Insan Indonesia (YPCII)
Jalan B 2 No. 13 Komplek TNI AL RT 008/RW 07
Pasar Minggu Rawa Bambu
Jakarta Selatan

Program Manager
Program Mimika Sehat
Yayasan Pembangunan Citra Insan Indonesia (YPCII) Timika
Jalan Kesehatan Blok E-16 Perumahan Timika Indah
Timika, Papua 99910

Fax. ke : (021) 7817174 (Jakarta) atau (0901) 321-594 (Timika)

– Lamaran kerja juga dapat dikirim melalui email ke: & dan cc ke:, dan
– dengan subyek “FS-PMS” (Kode Posisi).


Contoh tantangan untuk proyek di pedalaman Zambia, Afrika

GRM International are currently compiling a bid for the second phase of the
Programme for Luapula Agricultural and Rural Development (PLARD) which first
phase started in 2006. The overall objective of PLARD as defined for the
first phase is “to contribute to the development of the efficient,
competitive and sustainable agricultural and rural sector, which ensures
increased income and food security for the people of Luapula province”. The
programme encompasses four components: agriculture, agribusiness, fisheries
and enhancement of a supportive policy, regulatory and institutional

GRM is currently looking for a “Financial and Administrative Advisor”.

Should you be interested in being included as part of our proposal can you
kindly send to both: Jay Alino ( and c.c
Emily MacManus ( the following
1. The position you are interested in stated in the subject of you email
2. Your current CV
3. Provide details of your availability
4. Your salary expectations (in euros per month)
5. Two recent referees who can comment on your relevant experience

Note that due to the tight time frames – GRM would appreciate a response by
the end of the week (19th October 2010).

Roles and responsibilities
During the first 2 years of PLARD II, the Financial and Administrative
Advisor (FAA) will provide advisory services to MACO/MFLD as well as ensure
effective financial management of the PLARD funds. If PLARD II transitions
to full alignment after 2 years, the FAA will only be providing advisory
services. During the transition phase, the FAA reports to the Management
Committee. During full alignment, the FAA reports to the Provincial
Coordinator of MACO and/or MLFD.

Financial management (during transition phase only)
1. Responsible for the financial management of the MFA Finland contribution
to PLARD II funding.
2. As member of the Management Committee, responsible for the preparation
and presentation of consolidated budgets and financial reports.
3. Ensure that decisions of the Management Committee that have financial
consequences comply with the financial clauses of the contractual agreement
between the MFA Finland and the consultancy company, and propose alternative
ways forward if this is not the case.
4. Supervise the F&A assistant
5. Verify the financial reporting of the decentralised funds and follow up
on accountability issues.
6. Organise the introduction of double-entry bookkeeping system at
provincial and district level for accounting of the MFA Finland funds for
7. Support the CTA with financial and admin management of the long term TA
(this task continues after transition to full alignment, and will become
sole responsibility of the FAA).

Advisory work
1. Support MACO/MLFD financial staff at provincial and district level with
all financial management aspects of both GRZ funding and decentralised PLARD
2. Liaise with central government on choice of double-entry bookkeeping
3. Support the capacity building activities related to double-entry
4. Support the CTA with capacity building work related to procurement and
assessment management.
5. Support the process of quarterly harmonised planning and budgeting

Preferable requirements
• At least BSc degree on a relevant subject (e.g. economics / financial
• Solid work experience including senior/advisory position in public sector
• Proven track record in the development of effective financial and
administrative systems
• Solid experience as advisor and demonstrated abilities as a trainer.
• Good communication, coordination and liaison skills
• Good understanding of technical aspects (hardware, software) of financial
management systems
• Pro-active, team-player, able to work in a multi-cultural environment
• Previous experience in Zambia or the region considered an advantage.

Duty station: Mansa, Luapula province, Zambia

Duration: 4 years


Ada keuntungan tersendiri bagi rekan2 yang berjiwa petualang:

– bisa jalan2 gratis bahkan dibayar

– bisa memuaskan hobi kuliner

– bisa memuaskan hobi fotografi

– bisa membuat shortcut dalam cv untuk mendapatkan level posisi yang lebih tinggi

– menjadi nilai tambah bagi proyek2 berikutnya, karena terbukti dan teruji tahan ‘banting’

– menambah kecintaan terhadap tanah air dan nasionalisme

– memperluas wawasan budaya dan teritorial

– menambah cerita buat anak cucu nantinya 🙂


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