Building Resilience in Eastern Indonesia
We think people in Indonesia should fend for themselves.
That’s why, over the last three years, we’ve been scaling up
our ‘Building Resilience’ programme. Working closely with the
country’s government, as well as civil society and community
action groups, we’re coordinating our efforts to ensure the people
of Indonesia are better prepared to cope with whatever nature
throws at them. It’s a huge challenge - this is a part of the world
that’s particularly prone to natural disasters. But we’ve already
made tremendous headway. And with your help, we’ll bring greater
peace of mind and security to those who live in the region.
Disaster Risk Reduction Coordinator
Jakarta - Ref. IDSC35/01
You’ll work with programme teams and partners in order to ensure
high quality management of the Building Resilience programme.
We’ll also look to you to help devise a coherent policy and
advocacy strategy, focusing on Disaster Risk Reduction and
Climate Change Adaptation. With a background in research or an NGO,
you’ll be experienced in policy development, communications or lobbying
and committed to gender equality.
Jayapura - Ref. IDCS38/01 | Makasar - Ref. IDSC39/01
In this key role, you’ll lead in day to day management of the
Building Resilience programme in targeted areas, ensuring a particular
focus on women’s empowerment. A far-reaching challenge for which
you’ll need a good management, social science or development related degree
and plenty of practical NGO experience overseeing similar disaster management
and risk reduction projects.
Jayapura – Ref. IDCS38/02 | Makasar - Ref. IDSC39/02 |
NTT/NTB - Ref. IDSC39/03
Here, based in Oxfam or posted within our partners, you’ll oversee
a number of partner projects developed as part of the overall
Building Resilience programme. Again, a relevant degree is important -
in a management, humanitarian or development related field.
You’ll also need proven project management experience and commitment
to gender equality.
Women’s Empowerment Officer
Jakarta - Ref. IDSC35/02
Drawing on your knowledge and experience in gender training and
gender specific advocacy, you’ll support Oxfam and programme partners
to conduct in-depth analyses and assess women’s specific needs and
vulnerabilities to disasters. You’ll then ensure those issues are addressed
as an integral part of the programme.
Monitoring Evaluation & Learning Officer
Jakarta – Ref. IDSC35/03
In this key role, you’ll provide full M&E support to Oxfam and
programme partners to measure gendered impact and produce reports and
develop our overall capabilities in this area. You’ll need a good
understanding of emergency relief work and disaster risk reduction,
together with considerable experience of designing and implementing
M&E frameworks and programmes.
Media & Communications Officer
Jakarta - Ref. IDSC35/04
Your focus will be on delivering a strategic media and communications plan
for the Building Resilience Programme. Degree qualified, you’re a superb communicator
and networker with proven experience in journalism, media or PR.
Jayapura – Ref. IDCS38/03 | Makasar - Ref IDSC39/04
Here, you’ll oversee our entire finance operation - everything from
managing our payment processes to submitting online returns to the area office,
from producing management information to verifying cheques and payment vouchers.
You’ll also provide technical support to programme partners on all financial aspects.
For this, you’ll need to be a full- or part-qualified accountant with
Makasar - Ref. IDSC39/05
Working closely with the Finance Officer, yours will be a broad-based role
that touches on the various areas outlined above. Along with a formal finance
qualification, you’ll need some solid experience. Ideally, this will include
time spent working in accounting and management finance.
Jakarta - Ref. IDSA12/01
You’ll source materials in-country to support our programme and also ensure
we’re better equipped to deal with emergencies. Educated to an advanced level,
you’ll ideally have a diploma in Purchasing and Supplies. Excellent organisational
are obviously essential. Experience in logistics would be a distinct advantage.
To apply, please e-mail your cover letter and CV, including the job reference
in the subject line, to: Jakarta@oxfam. org.uk
Closing date: 2nd August 2009.