Thursday, December 9, 2010

The Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia : Project Manager

The Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia is a multi-stakeholder
association dedicated to support Indonesian initiatives aiming at supporting
governance reform agenda. The Partnership works closely with national and
international community to initiate, advocate, and promote sustainable
governance reform in Indonesia .

The Partnership brings together the Indonesian Government, Legislature,
Judiciary, Civil Society, and the Corporate Sector with the support of the
International Community in initiating a long-term process to improve governance
in Indonesia in a durable way which expresses Indonesian ownership.

Currently we have immediate vacancy for high caliber Indonesians with high
integrity to fill the following positions:

Organizational Context
Kemitraan is currently working with four organizations; SEKNAS Fitra, ASPPUK,
TIRI, and LSPP; in implementing the USAID-support, Strengthening Integrity and
Accountability Program II. This Project aims to develop the capacity of
non-state actors (civil society organizations, the media and universities) to
strengthen integrity and accountability of government run social welfare
which, under this particular proposal, will be focused on the areas of
health, education, and women’s small /medium enterprises.

In ensuring that this aim is effectively implemented, Kemitraan along with its
four consortium partners will strengthen the civil society’s capacity in
conducting oversight of government social programs,enhance the investigative
journalism and reporting capacity of journalists and journalism/communication
students, and enhance the higher education institutions’ capacity in
mainstreaming integrity and accountability principles.

Kemitraan’s strategy in implementing this project is based upon the principal
that it is important to initiate programs that will promote the greatest benefit
and stimulate the greatest interest for ordinary citizens because it is ordinary
citizens who stand to gain or lose the most as a result of government’s efforts
to enhance quality of life. Unfortunately, ordinary citizens often feel that
they do not have the authority to hold public officials accountable for policies
and how they are implemented. This (mis) perceived lack of authority means that
policy development is often unmonitored and dominated by backroom political
dealings, collusion and corruption.

Based on this understanding, the SIAP II Consortium have develop a set of
programmatic components that aim to create a citizenry that is more actively
engaged in ensuring greater accountability in Government. Because it is not
possible to provide assistance to each and every individual citizen, it is
necessary to provide support to institutions that have a broad reach to a wide
range of citizens; such as CSOs, media, and educational institutions that can
serve key roles in supporting and enhancing the capacity of ordinary citizens in
demanding greater accountability from the government.

Summary of Key Functions
1. Project strategic direction and operation
2. Project design and formulation
3. Project management and implementation
4. Coordination and guidance to implementing/executing agencies
5. Strategic partnership and networking

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of the positions.
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 numbers and email address).

Application deadline : December 22, 2010

Please send your application to:
Human Resources Department
The Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia
Jl. Brawijaya VIII No. 7, Kebayoran Baru
Jakarta Selatan 12160


Female candidates are encouraged to apply
Only shortlisted candidates who meet the qualifications will be notified

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