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    Bakal keliatan ga ya, aku ngirim info ttg PBI. Moga berguna zz NGO From: christnev Add to Address
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      Bakal keliatan ga ya, aku ngirim info ttg PBI.
      Moga berguna
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      Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2007 01:54:48 -0700 (PDT)
      Subject: [DevJobsIndo] Volunteers - PBI
         
      Volunteers - PBI
      Location: Jakarta, Indonesia
      Last Date: July 1, 2007
      Email: PBItraining@...  (Reference: DevNetJobs.org)
      Peace Brigades International (PBI) Indonesia Project
      Positions Available:
      • Participatory Peace Education sub-team Volunteers. Both Indonesian
       Nationals and International applicants are encouraged to apply.
      • Protective Services sub-team Volunteers. International applicants
       are encouraged to apply.
      When: Closing date for applications is 1 July 2007. Volunteer Training
       is expected to be in early September 2007 in Portugal. This ten-day
       training will be the final step in the application process. The training
       will be conducted in English. Having sufficient Indonesian & English
       language skills volunteers can join the teams
      Where: Current sub-teams are working in Jakarta, Aceh and Papua.
      Peace Brigades International (PBI) Indonesia Project PBI is a
       non-profit, nongovernmental organisation (NGO) that works to establish justice
       and peace in the world through non-violent action. To do this we send
       unarmed international peace teams, when invited, into areas of repression
       or conflict to provide Protective Services to those who are threatened
       due to their work for human rights and for the creation of a just
       peace within their own country. In all of its work, PBI is committed to the
       principles of non-violence, non-partisanship, and non-intervention.
       Since 2000, PBI’s Peace Education Program has been cooperating with
       local partners to provide workshops and trainings to Indonesian civil
       society groups.
      The Participatory Peace Education sub-teams work with local
       organisations to implement community peace-building activities. Activities are
       conducted upon request from local organisations in Aceh and Papua and
       possibly in various other provinces across Indonesia. The expectation is
       that activities will be based on a longer term presence of the team in a
       conflict area, working closely with local communities. The development
       and maintenance of peace education resources will be one of the ongoing
       activities.
      The Protective Services sub-teams will work to increase the working
       space of Human Rights Defenders throughout Indonesia. Protective Services
       not only include physical accompaniment of Human Rights Defenders at
       their offices, homes or on field trips but also entail any activity that
       protects and encourages local Human Rights Defenders to stay active and
       committed to building a more just society. In order to provide these
       services, the team members develop strong networks at regional, national
       and international levels.
      All teams conduct research to analyse the conflicts in areas where PBI
       conducts activities in order to include the effectiveness of existing
       PBI activities and peace-building strategies. They maintain
       correspondence with the Project and write reports on sub-team activities and
       program development. These are in Indonesian (with most local contacts) and
       English (within the Project and international contacts).
      Contract: 18 months full time volunteer contract. (12 or 15 months
       contracts to be discussed with the Human Resources Coordinator)
      Benefits: Volunteer stipend/local living allowance, accommodation,
       medical and living/working costs; return travel/flight from place of origin
       and repatriation allowance.
      Training: Professional development training will occur in September in
       Lisbon, Portugal. The Indonesian Project covers most of the training
       costs; however, there is a sliding-scale fee, which is expected to be
       borne by the volunteer. Volunteers accepted with limited or no Bahasa
       Indonesian will be expected to spend 3-4 months in language school before
       commencing work with the team. Insufficient English language skills need
       to be improved as a prerequisite to starting on a team. There are
       limited scholarships available for exceptional applicants (funds
       permitting), where volunteers are unable to meet the cost of the training and/or
       language study. Applicants should indicate in the initial application
       if a scholarship is required to help cover training costs.
      Qualifications of PBI Team Volunteers:
      1. Knowledge, skills and experiences:
      Necessary:
      - Excellent Bahasa Indonesian and English language skills, both written
       and verbal
      - Demonstration of a strong commitment to human rights and social
       justice.
      - Excellent computer skills, including MS Office( Excel and Word are a
       priority)
      - A commitment to non-violence, empowerment and social justice
      - Demonstration of physical, emotional, and psychological stability
      Additional skills of PPE Volunteers:
      - Skills in training or education including experience and knowledge of
       methodologies.
      - Knowledge or practical experience with peace-building and nonviolent
       conflict resolution or other related disciplines with a social justice
       focus.
      Desired:
      - Experience in working with conflict
      - Experience with local Non-Government, religious or social
       organisations.
      - Knowledge about or prior experience with PBI
      - Previous experience working in a non-hierarchical group that makes
       decisions by consensus.
      2. Characteristics
      - Willingness to work in conflict zones
      - Commitment to work for an 18 month period
      - Excellent interpersonal skills
      - Ability to live in a group environment
      - Commitment to a grass-roots lifestyle
      - Commitment to empowering others
      - Awareness of the complexities of working in a multi-cultural
       environment
      - Flexibility in responding to changing priorities
      - Ability to manage stress
      - Strong understanding of, and commitment to, nonviolent communication
       both on the team and in the community
      - Understanding of the need for non-partisanship on the project and
       ability to work in a non-partisan manner
      - Readiness and willingness to live for a long period of time in a
       rural area in very simple living conditions, and under a lot of stress.
       Volunteers will need to understand the possible risks they face
      It is expected that a PBI team volunteer will be 25 years of age or
       over. A younger applicant may be considered at the discretion of the
       Indonesia Project.
      In order to apply, fill in the Application and Reference forms which
       can be obtained by sending a short email to PBItraining@... or
       online at www.peacebrigades.org by the 1 July 2007.
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      Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2007 01:49:59 -0700 (PDT)
      Subject: [DevJobsIndo] Participatory Peace Education & Protective Services sub-team Volunteers - PBI
         
      Participatory Peace Education and Protective Services sub-team
       Volunteers
      Peace Brigades International (Peace BI)
      Peace Brigades International (PBI) Indonesia Project PBI is a
       non-profit, nongovernmental organisation (NGO) that works to establish justice
       and peace in the world through non-violent action. To do this we send
       unarmed international peace teams, when invited, into areas of repression
       or conflict to provide Protective Services to those who are threatened
       due to their work for human rights and for the creation of a just
       peace within their own country. In all of its work, PBI is committed to the
       principles of non-violence, non-partisanship, and non-intervention.
       Since 2000, PBI¢s Peace Education Program has been cooperating with
       local partners to provide workshops and trainings to Indonesian civil
       society groups.
      Location: Indonesia (Jakarta, Aceh and Papua)
      Closing date: 15 Jul 2007
      Job Description
      The Participatory Peace Education sub-teams work with local
       organisations to implement community peace-building activities. Activities are
       conducted upon request from local organisations in Aceh and Papua and
       possibly in various other provinces across Indonesia. The expectation is
       that activities will be based on a longer term presence of the team in a
       conflict area, working closely with local communities. The development
       and maintenance of peace education resources will be one of the ongoing
       activities.
      The Protective Services sub-teams will work to increase the working
       space of Human Rights Defenders throughout Indonesia. Protective Services
       not only include physical accompaniment of Human Rights Defenders at
       their offices, homes or on field trips but also entail any activity that
       protects and encourages local Human Rights Defenders to stay active and
       committed to building a more just society. In order to provide these
       services, the team members develop strong networks at regional, national
       and international levels.
      All teams conduct research to analyse the conflicts in areas where PBI
       conducts activities in order to include the effectiveness of existing
       PBI activities and peace-building strategies. They maintain
       correspondence with the Project and write reports on sub-team activities and
       program development. These are in Indonesian (with most local contacts) and
       English (within the Project and international contacts).
      Contract: 18 months full time volunteer contract. (12 or 15 months
       contracts to be discussed with the Human Resources Coordinator)
      Benefits: Volunteer stipend/local living allowance, accommodation,
       medical and living/working costs; return travel/flight from place of origin
       and repatriation allowance.
      Training: Professional development training will occur in September in
       Lisbon, Portugal. The Indonesian Project covers most of the training
       costs; however, there is a sliding-scale fee, which is expected to be
       borne by the volunteer. Volunteers accepted with limited or no Bahasa
       Indonesian will be expected to spend 3-4 months in language school before
       commencing work with the team. Insufficient English language skills need
       to be improved as a prerequisite to starting on a team. There are
       limited scholarships available for exceptional applicants (funds
       permitting), where volunteers are unable to meet the cost of the training and/or
       language study. Applicants should indicate in the initial application
       if a scholarship is required to help cover training costs.
      Qualifications of PBI Team Volunteers:
      1. Knowledge, skills and experiences:
      Necessary:
      - Excellent Bahasa Indonesian and English language skills, both written
       and verbal
      - Demonstration of a strong commitment to human rights and social
       justice.
      - Excellent computer skills, including MS Office( Excel and Word are a
       priority)
      - A commitment to non-violence, empowerment and social justice
      - Demonstration of physical, emotional, and psychological stability
      Additional skills of PPE Volunteers:
      - Skills in training or education including experience and knowledge of
       methodologies.
      - Knowledge or practical experience with peace-building and nonviolent
       conflict resolution or other related disciplines with a social justice
       focus.
      Desired:
      - Experience in working with conflict
      - Experience with local Non-Government, religious or social
       organisations.
      - Knowledge about or prior experience with PBI
      - Previous experience working in a non-hierarchical group that makes
       decisions by consensus.
      2. Characteristics
      - Willingness to work in conflict zones
      - Commitment to work for an 18 month period
      - Excellent interpersonal skills
      - Ability to live in a group environment
      - Commitment to a grass-roots lifestyle
      - Commitment to empowering others
      - Awareness of the complexities of working in a multi-cultural
       environment
      - Flexibility in responding to changing priorities
      - Ability to manage stress
      - Strong understanding of, and commitment to, nonviolent communication
       both on the team and in the community
      - Understanding of the need for non-partisanship on the project and
       ability to work in a non-partisan manner
      - Readiness and willingness to live for a long period of time in a
       rural area in very simple living conditions, and under a lot of stress.
       Volunteers will need to understand the possible risks they face
      It is expected that a PBI team volunteer will be 25 years of age or
       over. A younger applicant may be considered at the discretion of the
       Indonesia Project.
      Vacancies Contact
      E-mail: PBItraining@...

            
      UNICEF is looking for Assistant Project Officer Quality Education according to the terms of reference below:

      TITLE: Assistant Project Officer, Quality Education, NOB
      SECTION: Education
      DUTY STATION: Meulaboh
      DURATION: Six Months
      BACKGROUND
      UNICEF support to post - emergency education in West Coast include Quality Education, with the main focus of enhancing teachers capacity in use of child -centered learning methodology and adapting participatory education and learning practices including joyful teaching and learning; as well as promoting participatory school management and enhancing community involvement, through adaptation of “Creating Learning Communities for Children” approach. Other support includes early childhood care and development to lay a foundation for children’s good health care, learning and quality achievement in school. Support is also provided for education data collection, analysis and sharing to generate data for results –based planning and monitoring.
      RESPONSIBILITY
      To accelerate progress in this direction, the Education Section Meulaboh, requires technical support of Assistant Quality Education Officer to be charged with the following responsibilities: provide technical assistance to at least three (3) districts’ education departments in planning, and conducting training on: Early Childhood Care and Development (ECD); facilitate seven(7) districts in West Coast in organizing training and participate in conduct of training on “Creating Learning Communities for Children” quality education approach; undertake technical support supervision and monitoring of the post –training activities of the trained district personnel; and prepare repots of acceptable quality.
      Also undertake ongoing visits to seven (7) districts in West Coast and assist the districts’ education departments in preparing cash assistance budgets and related proposals. Closely monitor implementation of supported activities, and undertake close financial monitoring of cash advance use and ensure submission of accurate accountability documents and quality narrative implementation reports. Ensure that no cash advance to district counterparts is outstanding for more than three months.
      Other responsibility include participation in Education Section reviews meetings and contribute to preparation of quarterly Education Programme implementation reports; assist the districts’ departments of education in the seven (7) districts in West Coast in organizing and conducting Annual Review and planning meetings, and contribute to preparation of districts’ specific Annual Review repots with proposed priority activities and related budgets for support consideration in 2008. Also organize and participate in inter-agency education meetings.
      QUALIFICATIONS AND COMPETENCE
      · University degree in Social Sciences and any closely related disciplines
      · At least three (3) years experience of working with district government officials. .
      · Education related work experience an added advantage
      · Experience in budgeting, scrutinizing expenditures and preparation of accounting documents .
      · Analytical and conceptual ability.
      · Planning and monitoring skills
      · Ability to make quality judgements and decisions
      · Good communicator and Team player
      Fluent (oral and written) English essential; Bahasa Indonesia required and speaking Achene’s, an added advantage.
      · Computer skills: word, excel, Power Point including internet navigation.
      · Familiarity with extensive field travel.
      Interested applicants are invited to apply by submitting their application to :
      Maria Bawubya Senkezi, Ph.D.
      Project Officer- Education
      UNICEF Indonesia
      Meulaboh Field Office
      J1. Manekroo Lorong Kuini No. 109
      Meulaboh, Aceh Barat- NAD, Indonesia
      Tel: (62- 655) 755-1340
      Mobile: +62- 0813-77171937
      Fax: c/o (62- 651) 7411529
      E-mail: mbawubya@unicef. org; mabawubya@yahoo. com
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      Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2007 21:55:25 -0700 (PDT)
      Subject: [DevJobsIndo] Community Relations and Development Manager - THIESS CONTRACTORS INDONESIA, PT
          Community Relations and Development Manager
      Job No.: 337529
      Department: Functional support- Jakarta
      Employment type: Permanent (Indonesia only)
      As a multinational company with over 7000 employees in Indonesia alone, our people are a key to our success. As an employer of choice, we are committed to developing skills and providing opportunities for all employees. Our business provides integrated services in mining, civil construction, process engineering, oil & gas and telecommunication across a number of operational locations throughout Indonesia.
      Currently we are in need to join immediately as Community Relations and Development Manager that will be based in Jakarta Office.
      The incumbent reports to External Affairs Manager, will work in team focusing on community relations, community development and supporting government relations, based in Jakarta with occasionally be on project sites with the following:
      Roles and responsibilities
      To review and revise, if necessary, the current community relations and development Management System, Strategy, Procedures and Guidelines.
      To support project bidding by preparing Community Relations and Development Management Plan and requested documents.
      To manage, coordinate and provide support to projects on planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, documentation and reporting of community relations and development program, prevent and resolve dispute with surrounding communities.
      To develop, improve and maintain good relationship, and partnership with communities surrounding company operation, local governments, clients, NGOs, media, local and national CSR networks and other stakeholders.
      To document and communicate community relations and development activities to internal and external stakeholders to enhance company image and reputation.
      To enhance community relations and development personnel capacity.
      Qualification and Experience:
      At least 3-5 years experiences in community relations, community development, media relations preferably at multinational companies.
      Strong interpersonal, communication, negotiation, building relationship skills and conflict resolution skill.
      Having good knowledge on community, socio-economic, political and cultural issues preferably in East Kalimantan.
      Posses extensive network with local government, media, NGOs, private companies, preferably in Kalimantan.
      To be able to quickly solve the community issues.
      Having good experiences in project management.
      Excellent in English both speaking and writing, with strong technical writing skills.
      Capable working under pressures in term of time & social pressures.
      Strong leadership and managerial skills.
      If you want to take your career to a new level and be involved in exciting workplace change and issues, please apply and check on the "Apply" button at the bottom of this page or email your application and CV no later than 7 days after this advertisement. Your application will be treated confidentially. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. http://careers. thiess.co. id/
      Advertised:
      20 Jun 2007 Aus. Eastern Standard Time
      Closing date:
      30 Jun 2007 11:55pm Aus. Eastern Standard Time
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      Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2007 08:41:06 -0000
      Subject: [DevJobsIndo] AUSAID _ PO
          DEPARTMENT :AusAID
      POST :Jakarta
      SECTION Development Cooperation Section
      LOCAL DESIGNATION :Program Officer - Broadband C
      IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR :Australian Based Officer
      ____________ _________ _________ _________ _
      Administrative Duties
      Program Officers carry primary responsibility for the provision of
      administrative assistance to Australian-based Officers and Program
      Managers.
      Duties include:
      • Making travel arrangements (travel arrangements including
      travel submissions, movement requisitions and travel acquittals)
      • Working closely with Program Managers to ensure the
      maintenance of databases, files and reference materials
      • Arranging appointments for A-Based Officers and Project
      Managers
      • Arranging appropriate work programs and appointments for
      visiting AusAID teams and personnel.
      • Carrying out adhoc administration tasks as required
      • Liaising with project personnel on administrative matters
      Program Duties
      Program Officers support program delivery through:
      • Working closely with the Program Managers to arrange programs
      for visiting missions, and escort visiting missions when necessary
      • Attending relevant meetings and assisting with the
      preparation of records of meetings
      • Maintaining close liaison with donor agencies and relevant
      government agencies
      • Undertaking field visits and representing AusAID
      • Assisting Program Managers with agreed activity management
      and monitoring tasks
      • On occasion, oversighting small contracts
      • Performing interpreting/ translation duties
      • Performing data gathering for research/analysis purposes
      Other Duties
      Program Officers are required to undertake other duties as directed.
      Most work will be allocated at the unit level, however Program
      Officers will be required to assist other units on an as needs
      basis.
      SELECTION CRITERIA
      Essential
      1. Willingness and commitment to carrying out administrative
      duties
      2. Ability to work under pressure with limited supervision and
      meet deadlines
      3. Ability to liaise with donor agencies, Australian Government,
      and project personnel and Indonesian Government officials.
      4. Fluency in both written and spoken Bahasa Indonesia and
      English.
      5. Proven organisational and administrative skills.
      6. Ability to work as part of a team.
      7. Computer skills relevant to the position
      Desirable
      1. Previous similar work experience in development agencies or
      other relevant offices.
      2. Tertiary qualifications in a relevant field.
      Others
      Starting monthly salary for the position is Rp 7.222.714,00
      Applications may be directed to Recruitment Officer at the following
      email address: hrindo@ausaid. gov.au,. Please include the following
      title in the subject line Reference : Program Officer. All
      applications should be lodged by Saturday, 30 June 2007. Please note
      that no phone call inquiries will be taken and only short-listed
      applicants will be notified.

      DEPARTMENT : AusAID
      POST : Jakarta
      SECTION : Development Cooperation
      Section
      LOCAL DESIGNATION : Program Manager - Broadband D
      IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR : Australian-based Officer
      ____________ _________ _________ _________ _
      The Program Manager is responsible for the management and monitoring
      of activities delivered under the Indonesia Aid Program. Under the
      direction of an Australian-based Officer, Program Managers will:
      • Manage contracts – this will include minor contract
      variations, low level dispute resolution and contractor performance
      assessment
      • Monitor activities - including day to day administration,
      assessing reports, conducting monitoring visits, liaising with
      counterparts and Australian Managing Contractors, organizing and
      attending Project Coordination Committees, preparing Activity
      Monitoring Briefs and conducting activity evaluations
      • Manage the day to day financial aspects of contracts
      including the maintenance of the financial management system
      (AMS/AidWorks)
      • Maintain a dialogue and effective relations with key
      counterparts including government departments/ agencies, other donor
      agencies, non-government organisations, and Australian and Indonesian
      project staff on matters related to project planning, implementation
      and policy development
      • Maintain a good understanding of issues and developments
      relating to sectors of responsibility
      • Provide input into the development of program policy,
      strategies and the operational pipeline (including the conduct of
      research and analysis)
      • Provide input into activity identification and design
      • Participate in the tendering of contracts
      • Work closely with the Program Officer to ensure the
      maintenance of databases, files and reference materials
      • Work with the Program Officer to arrange programs for
      visiting missions, and escort visiting missions when necessary
      • Undertake representational duties for AusAID as required.
      • Provide guidance to Program Officers as required.
      • Undertake other duties as directed.
      SELECTION CRITERIA
      Essential
      1. Sound project management skills and experience including an
      ability to work under pressure and to meet deadlines
      2. Liaison skills of a high order
      3. Well developed research and analytical skills
      4. Fluency in written and spoken English.
      5. Proficiency in written and spoken Bahasa Indonesia.
      6. Ability to work as part of a team
      7. Computing skills relevant to the position
      8. Tertiary qualifications in a relevant field
      Desirable
      1. Previous equivalent work experience with international
      agencies (including NGOs) involved in development work
      2. A high level understanding of the public sector and other
      development stakeholders in Indonesia.
      Others
      Starting monthly salary for the position is Rp 13.788.817,00
      Applications may be directed to Recruitment Officer at the following
      email address: hrindo@ausaid. gov.au,. Please include the following
      title in the subject line Reference : Program Manager. All
      applications should be lodged by Saturday, 30 June 2007. Please note
      that no phone call inquiries will be taken and only short-listed
      applicants will be notified.


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