Tuesday, September 18, 2012

CARE International Indonesia (CII)

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 Head Quarter Jakarta is currently recruiting the following position for its project: JOB TITLE : PROGRAM MANAGER (BUSINESS/DEVELOPMENT) DEPARTMENT/PROJECT : PROGRAM/CIIHQ REPORTS TO : COUNTRY DIRECTOR JOB SUMMARY The Program Manager (Business/Development) oversees program design and overall quality in programming within CII. Responsibilities include the development, implementation and impact measurement of programs. The Program Manager (Business/Development) works with program staff in designing and implementing programs that support current organizational priorities and are in line with policies and standards developed by CARE’s Program Quality and Impact Group. S/he leads efforts in adopting a “program approach,” and making the shift from projects to programs. The Program Manager (Business/Development) ensures that CII can demonstrate that its programs are achieving impact against agreed-upon indicators and that the impact is being measured and reported. The Program Manager (Business/Development) monitors programs on a regular basis, providing feedback, support, guidance and advice, as required. S/he facilitates technical assistance to programs/projects as needed, as well as arranges for training to enhance program quality and learning. In addition, The Program Manager (Business/Development) ensures knowledge-sharing and learning related to programming across the CII, with other COs, the CARE International Members, and partners and with other stakeholders. S/he liaises closely with other parts of CARE, and stays informed of programmatic developments within the country and around the world. The Program Manager (Business/Development) is a key member of the Country Office Senior Management Team and as such is responsible for leading and supporting CII initiatives. S/He is responsible for (along with the PD) relationship building and maintaining good working relationships with host Government officials, donors, CI Members, partners and other stakeholders. RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS Responsibility #1: Program Development · Guided by the CII strategic plan, and inspired by donors and government priorities, identify new programming opportunities; research, monitor, and collaborate on funding opportunities with a range of donors (international, multi-laterals, private foundations) · Develop and maintain proposal development tools and quality control system (including Go-No Go decision for new opportunities, pipeline tracking ports, updated profiles of partners and networks, updated CII capacity statement, updated database of consultant and resource persons/institutions) · Ensure that proposal pipeline target is maintained at viable level. Work with program Managers to generate viable program pipeline in line with CO strategy and assist in identifying and securing funding for those programs · Ensure quality and timely submission of concepts and proposals; ensure that program proposals are complying with the requirements imposed by GOI in MOUs. · Provide support to the PD in the contract negotiation with donors · Provide support to the PD in maintaining effective communications with CI Members regarding program development · Ensure that required appropriate project match is legitimately incorporated in the project design · Explore possibilities of program funding diversification, including approach by program or by sector, or new program implementation approaches (e.g., implementation through partners, market-based intervention delivery) · Work closely with program operations and program support units (Admin/HR, GOI, Finance, CMS) to ensure proper coordination exists for efficient program development · Ensure that updated mapping of donors are maintained Responsibility #2: Program Quality · Oversee the development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and learning of country office programs and projects, and ensure that they are in line with CO strategic plan and program strategy and with the CI Programming Principles. · Ensure systems and staffs are in place to guarantee that CO programs/projects are designed and implemented based on sound analysis, address the underlying causes of poverty and achieve measurable positive impact on the poor and marginalized. · Work with RPMs/PM and other staff to generate viable program pipeline in line with CO strategy and assist in identifying and securing funding for those programs. · Ensure that disaster risk management is integrated into design of all programs. · Ensure that GED issues are properly considered/integrated in the design of all programs/projects.   · Provide support to project implementation on effective project monitoring and evaluation system that allows accurate donors reporting and timely course corrections as necessary. · Ensure that proper monitoring and evaluation systems are in place to demonstrate impact on UCP and that program lessons are being used to promote improved programming and learning. · Ensure that monitoring and evaluation systems respond to needs of communities with whom we work as well as donors and government counterparts. · Ensure mechanisms are in place to share knowledge and learning between projects and programs within the CO and with parties beyond the CO. · Ensure that lessons learned are documented, disseminated and used to inform ongoing and future practices and program development. Responsibility #3: External Relations and Partnerships · Establish and maintain regular and transparent communications and effective working relations with relevant counterparts of GOI, CI Members, donors, locally based INGOs, networks, coalitions and stakeholders relevant to PQL · Uphold CARE’s good image at all levels, internal and external · Articulate to all stakeholders CARE’s mission statement, apolitical nature, and core values · Ensure compliance to all local and national government protocols properly observed · Maintain a high standard of transparency and accountability in all transactions carried out with partners Responsibility #4: General Management · Ensure direct reports have an updated and well-defined job description clearly stipulating roles & responsibilities. · Provide advice and support to PDQ staff in the performance of their tasks and responsibilities as per their job descriptions. · Identify staff training needs & organize trainings to build capacity of the staff. · Undertake staff development through coaching, mentoring, regular output review and conduct of annual performance appraisal (APA). · Participate in the performance of SMT functions. · Ensure that qualified staff and appropriate policies, systems, procedures and structures are in place at all times to properly manage CII’s programs development. QUALIFICATIONS 1. Education/Training: Bachelor's Degree in related field; Master’s degree desired. 2. Experience: Minimum 3years in senior management position in development field . 3. Technical Skills: a. Program Management · Demonstrated leadership and management skills in a complex operational setting. · Extensive conceptual skills including development of program strategy. · Demonstrated experience in program design, implementation and evaluation. · Demonstrated experience in writing clear, logical & informative concepts and reports in English. · Demonstrated experience with proposal development with range of international donors. · Knowledge and experience in developing project budgets and in donor compliance and reporting. · Knowledge and experience in community participatory processes, M&E, livelihood programs. b. People/Relationship Management · Demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills. · Ability and interest to coach and develop staff. · Experience with performance management. · Strong representation and negotiation skills. · Demonstrated use of positive coping strategies in stressful environments. · Demostrated cross cultural communication skills. · Computer literate and able to work with various packages; Ms Excel, word, power point. · Able to work under strenuous conditions and produce tangible results. c. Information/Knowledge Management · Ability to establish a learning culture within the CO. d. External Relationships/Fundraising · Experience in successfully managing institutional partnerships with national and international NGOs. · Experience in establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships with donors and government counterparts. TERMS OF OFFER CARE is an equal opportunity employer offering a competitive salary and benefits package, and a collegial working environment, and women candidates are encouraged to apply. 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. Please submit your applications before September 20, 2012 to CARE International Indonesia, Human Resources Unit: recruit_642@careind.or.id "Only qualified applicants will be shortlisted"


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