U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) based in Jakarta is recruiting Indonesian Nationals for the following position :
Salary starts from Rp 272,133,243 per annum depending on qualifications, experience and salary history.
This position provides technical and project management support to the Maternal and Child Health Team and the Office Director on matters related to maternal and child health (MCH), health systems strengthening and private sector engagement under the leadership of the MCH Team Lead.
The incumbent will provide support related to operational planning of MCH program activities, monitoring and evaluation of MCH program results, management and technical assessments and development of MCH programs. S/he will engage in communications with the Government of Indonesia (GOI) stakeholders, other development partners and the private sector concerning MCH programs.
Duties and Responsibilities include :
1) Project Management :
Assist the MCH Team Lead to manage MCH-funded bilateral and field support activities. Independently, conduct monitoring and evaluation of projects including data quality reviews, technical reviews, site visits, and administrative and financial reviews.
Proactively identify and leverage human and financial resources from within USAID/ lndonesia and externally to enhance the achievement of project goals. Anticipate challenges and skillfully solve project management problems under the leadership of the MCH Team Lead;
2) Coordination and Representation :
Assist MCH Team Lead to establish long-term relationships with key Government of Indonesia (GOI) stakeholders at national, provincial and district levels as well as with not for profit and for profit private sector stakeholders, academic institutions and civil society organizations. Coordinate GOI and private sector participation in MCH-related meetings outside the country, as needed.
Coordinate development programming with other donors and UN agencies, such as World Bank, WHO, UNICEF, and UNFPA. Represent USAID in development partner, private sector, civil society, academia and GOI led working groups related to MCH, health systems strengthening and private sector engagement.
This includes supporting the initiation, planning, and facilitation of multi-donor, multi-sectoral and private sector coordination meetings as well as technical meetings to advance improved MCH practices, MCH policies and private sector engagement and participation. Communicate about USAID’s MCH programming with the USG interagency working in Indonesia.
As a member of the MCH team, represent USAID MCH programs at public events as needed, both in Indonesia and outside the country as appropriate. Coordinate with other USAID MCH staff, Health Office staff and other technical offices, specifically Economic Growth, to ensure that USAID/lndonesia’s strategy, projects, and activities are in line with GOI health sector goals and strategies.
3) Technical Advising :
Assist MCH Team Lead to advise on strategic decisions about the direction of USAID’s MCH programming. Analyze and justify decisions to USAID / lndonesia’s leadership, Program Office, and counterparts in USAID/Washington, Government of Indonesia and Private Sector. Support in ensuring that MCH activities are technically up-to-date.
Advise GOI counterparts on best practices in MCH, health systems strengthening and private sector engagement as it relates to MCH outcomes. Advise private sector counterparts on best practices in MCH and health system strengthening as it relates of MCH outcomes. Capture and share lessons learned and best practices for MCH programming with USAID colleagues in Indonesia, Washington, and other USAID Missions.
4) USAID Program Support :
In concert with Health Office leadership, support development of strategies, reports to Front Office or Washington, and respond to ad hoc and systematic data requests. Ensure that MCH projects are in compliance with U.S. Government Initiatives and mandates and in alignment with Agency policies and USAID / lndonesia Mission objectives.
Only short listed candidates will be notified for tests and interview.
For more information about this job vacancy (i.e., position description and other requirements, please visit USAID Website.
Send letter of application (cover letter), curriculum vitae in English, DS 174 form and the required supporting documents (e.g,. University diploma, training certificates, references, etc).
Please note that unless all of the required documents are submitted, your application will not be processed/considered.
Also please put the post code of F06028 on the subject line of your email and your application should be emailed to:
DS 174 form can be downloaded
Closing Date : July 18, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. Jakarta time
Any applications received after the closing date above will not/not be considered.
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