Monday, July 6, 2009

NGO Vacancy - SERASI : M&E Officer

SERASI is a USAID funded project which supports Indonesia’s continuing evolution into a peaceful, just and democratic nation with respect for pluralism and protection of human rights for all citizens, accomplished through rapid and flexible programmatic, administrative and logistical support for USAID’s strategic grants and technical assistance program to mitigate social conflict and support peacebuilding initiatives nationwide. Our program currently includes activities planned for Aceh, Papua, Sulawesi , and the Malukus. SERASI is implemented by the International Relief and Develop (IRD), an international non-profit organization in Indonesia . SERASI seeks individuals for the position of :

Title : SERASI M&E Officer

Department : Program

Supervisor : M&E Manager

Location : Palu & Aceh

General Description of Role:

The monitoring & evaluation officer will be responsible for developing and maintaining monitoring and evaluation system and reporting, including collections of data for measuring program impact according to indicators. Assist in developing the M&E plan, tool development and implementation, monitor achievement of programme indicators & of sub recipient performance.


Assist in the development of a monitoring & evaluation system for the project and indicators for input and output monitoring within the purview of the project objectives for timely reporting.

Ensure proper action on qualitative and process-oriented gender-sensitive indicators of inputs, outputs, and outcome for project monitoring and evaluation.

Guide and coordinate the review of the project log frame including the provision of technical advice for the revision of performance indicators.

Develop and support information system assessments on agreed: (1) indicators and targets for monitoring; (2) objective criteria ( and data sources) for the evaluation; and (3) means for obtaining the needed information in respective provinces.

Support the planning, coordination and monitoring of impact assessment studies.

Compile data sources, employing collection and analysis of monitoring data.

Document and disseminate best practice and lessons learnt.

Undertake filed visits to monitor the implementation of activities as required.

Train field staff and grantee on the logical framework, data management, data analysis and result-oriented programming, basic surveying and sampling techniques, monitoring and evaluation methods.

Assist with the implementation of baseline survey, monitoring and evaluation exercises for programs and impact assessment.

Perform any other duties as required by M&E Manager and Field Manager

Required Qualifications:

Minimum bachelor degree in relevant field (relevant experience may substitute the relevant degree). Minimum 5 years working experiences in a similar position in an NGO or an international organization and in community development, work with community based management.

Additional Skills:

Having knowledge of English, both written and spoken, and to be effective communicator, dynamic and creative

Able to communicate fluently and effectively both verbally and in writing.

Excellent interpersonal skills and able to manage community and working in a multi-cultural workplace.

Able to write program plans, budget and proposals for all future projects of the program.

Must be capable of working both individually and as part of a team.

General Requirements:

Must have a willingness to travel to SERASI field offices for business purposes. Must also have the ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, stressful environment. In addition, must be flexible, willing to perform other duties and work irregular hours.

If you think you are up to the challenge, write to us email the latest on July 8th , 2009 and include a cover letter, your CV, 3 references, and your salary history/expectation s to:

Suite 904, 9th Floor
Intiland Building
Jl. Jendral Sudirman No 32
Jakarta 10220
Email: opportunity@

No phone calls please. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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