Saturday, September 22, 2012

Conservation International (CI) Foundation

Working in 30+ countries globally, Conservation International (CI) Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to empowering societies to responsibly and sustainably care for nature for the good of humanity. 

Based in Jakarta 

The Operations Manager will be responsible for and oversee the Finance, Human Resources, Grants Management, Legal, IT and Administrative functions of the program. The incumbent will guide the program to develop and implement sustainable management strategies, support fund raising / business development efforts, set standards related to operational management, and ensure that human and financial resources are aligned and maximized for the greatest conservation impact. This position reports directly to the Acting Country Director for PNG program and coordinates and liaise closely with the Program's Senior Managers but also collaborates with the Asia Pacific Field Division Operations Director, Global HR Advisor in the region and with CI-HQ. Though this position is based in the Conservation International Jakarta Office, it will require regular travel especially to Port Moresby and other field sites.

The main duties of this position are: 
1.Implements practices and guidelines in the areas of Finance, Human Resources, Grants Management, Legal, IT and Administration to ensure attainment of program business plans for growth and sustainability; 
2.Supports the implementation of Project Management practices and guidelines in consultation with Country Director for PNG Program and Program/Project Leads, ensuring sound and effective management of donor projects across the program;
3.Leads the financial management of the program through the adoption and implementation of sound financial and grant management, accounting, budgeting and oversight of audits; 
4.Leads the Human Resources function ensuring that HR programs are implemented 
effectively and in compliance with local labor laws and CI's global standards, policies and practices; 
5.Ensures effective and efficient operational capacity for the program, and supports fundraising 
efforts by oversight of development of cost proposals and donor management functions. 
6.In all functions, the Manager will ensure compliance with local and global standards, policies and practices. 

- Academic background in Finance and/or Business Administration or 5+ years' experience 
- 5-7 years related experience in management of operations (administration, finance, human resources, grants resources and donor management) functions, preferably for an international NGO in PNG
- Experience with diverse funding environment including US, Australian and European governments, multi-laterals, and large foundations
- Solid business acumen with strong supervisory experience
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills including the ability to communicate effectively in English. Proficient in management of Information Technology
- High-level skills in use of standard accountancy software including MS Excel
- Analytical: Utilizes effective problem solving and decision making models
- Capacity to analyze trends and tendencies and to translate this information in the review and development of the program's strategic directions 
- Capacity to plan, prioritize and implement with a strategic approach

- Ability to communicate in program official local language 
- Experience in using Oracle or similar administrative / accountancy software.
- Knowledge and understanding of USAID compliance requirements applicable to US based non-profit organization

Qualified professional candidates should send a current resume and cover letter addressing the required skills and capabilities (no more than 4 pages) in English to:

Closing date for the application is 30th September 2012
(Only short-listed candidates will be notified). 


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