Tetra Tech
Closing date: 28 Feb 2015

Tetra Tech ARD, headquartered in Burlington, Vermont is currently accepting expressions of interest from qualified candidates for potential Dairy and Water Specialist positions on an anticipated USAID-funded Feed the Future Project in Tajikistan.


* Identify and gather statistical and other background information to better understand the current state of affairs in the dairy and sectors.

* Support analysis of legislation, norms, practices and past development efforts affecting water users’ associations and dairy farmers.

* Recommend actions and initiatives for implementation to benefit farmers and water users’ associations.

* Develop marketing and financial sustainability strategies for assisted water users and dairy beneficiaries.

* Develop action plans to implement the recommended strategies.

* Provide business and market development training and on-going support to all actors throughout the target value chains.

* Coordinate with all project component leaders to carry out market and value chain analyses.


* For Dairy: a Master’s degree in marketing, business administration or related field of expertise preferred, or at least seven (7) years of technically relevant experience;

* For Water: a Master’s degree in irrigation engineering, irrigated crop production or related field, or at least seven (7) years of technically relevant experience;

* A minimum of 3 (three) years of work experience in the agriculture sector;

* Prior experience working on agricultural production or value chain development projects funded by USAID or by other major donors, with at least three (3) years of experience preferred;

* Private sector agribusiness experience highly desirable;

* Fluency in English, Tajik and Russian required.

To be considered applicants must submit the following as part of the on-line process:

* Cover Letter

* CV in reverse chronological format

* A list of at least 3 professional references including name, contact information, and statement of relationship to the reference.

Please indicate where you saw Tetra Tech’s ad posted.

How to apply:

Apply on-line at: http://bit.ly/1BF27hj

Applications that do not meet the minimum requirements listed above will not be considered. No phone calls will be accepted.

Tetra Tech is committed to diversity and gender equality in all of its operations- in the U.S and overseas. We strive to reflect these goals in our global mission and in our workplace. We encourage applications from women and underrepresented ethnic, racial and cultural groups. Tetra Tech is proud to be an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer.

Interpreter, Bangkok

UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Closing date: 15 Jan 2015

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United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
Representation in Thailand
Vacancy Announcement No. 46/2014
Internal/External Circulation
Position Title:Interpreter
Khmer (Cambodian)

Report To:Assistant IT Officer (Refugee Systems), under supervision of RSD Officer
Section:Protection Unit
Duty Station:Bangkok, Thailand
Contractual Status:Individual Contractor Agreement (UNOPS/Retainer)
Date Issued of the Vacancy Announcement:19 December 2014
Closing Date of the Vacancy Announcement:15 January 2015

Duties and Responsibilities
To translate accurately and professionally, in a timely manner, documents in relation to Registration (REG), Refugee Status Determination (RSD), Resettlement (RST), Community Services and other Protection purposes for the UNHCR Representation in Thailand from the specific language assigned to the undersigned interpreter to English and vice versa.
To interpret during REG/RSD/RST/CS/Protection interviews/counselling sessions of asylum seekers/refugees. When requested and with prior approval from the RSD Officer, to carry out interpretation for other UNHCR Offices/ staff members and/or delegations of resettlement countries in Bangkok.
To interprete in the context of various Protection information sessions, briefings, training and related sessions including on best interest determination, etc.
When instructed by the immediate Supervisor, to interpret telephone inquiries made by asylum-seekers/refugees/phone callers in the language assigned to the undersigned interpreters.
To report to the Supervisor on each call received for recording in the database, Progres, and further action by other responsible staff.
To perform other interpretation and translation functions as requested by the supervisors.

Possesses proven skills in communicating proficiently from the assigned language to English and vice versa. This means accurate listening, speaking, reading and writing, reporting in both languages in a verbatim and efficient manner.
Possesses professional conduct and ethics in the course of performing interpretation and translation services.
Prior experience in interpretation/translation is desirable.

Please submit your P.11, resume and application letter, indicating vacancy announcement number and position title to: THABAHR@unhcr.org.

Application will not be acknowledged. Only successful candidate will be notified of the outcome of the competition.

P.11 form can be downloaded from: http://unhcr.or.th/sites/default/files/p11.doc

How to apply:

Please submit your P.11, resume and application letter, indicating vacancy announcement number and position title to: THABAHR@unhcr.org.
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Country Logistics Manager

Save the Children
Closing date: 14 Jan 2015

Save the Children is the world's leading independent organisation for children. We work in 120 countries. We save children's lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfil their potential.

We work together, with our partners, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.

We have over two million supporters worldwide and raised 1.6 billion dollars last year to reach more children than ever before, through programmes in health, nutrition, education, protection and child rights, also in times of humanitarian crises.

Following a major transition, our international programmes are now delivered through a merged operation with 14, 000 staff, managed through seven regional hubs and reporting to a relatively small, central office. We're changing to become more efficient, more aligned, a better partner, a stronger advocate, a magnet for world-class people and relevant for the 21st century.

Contract length: 1 YEAR

The Role:

The Country Logistics Manager is responsible for over-arching logistics management throughout the Iraq programme. He/she will provide direction and guidance to the field logistics teams, and facilitate the co-ordination of strategy and planning in delivery high quality programmatic delivery through efficient mechanisms.

Based within the Country Office, you will contribute and make recommendations to the Senior Management Team's strategic and tactical planning on logistics, and co-ordinate closely with both operational and programme colleagues on the best use of resources.

The role holder will contribute to ensuring that Save the Children's commitment to improving quality and accountability in humanitarian work is upheld through reference to the Sphere Charter, Save the Children Minimum Standards and Code of Conduct, Global Policies and Guidelines, and will endeavour to implement sustainable systems and transfer knowledge and skills to existing staff.


Significant experience in INGO logistics operations and management in fragile/conflict-affected emergency responses
Minimum 4 years in field logistics operations with hands-on expertise in setting up a base, warehousing, fleet, local procurement, recruitment.
Minimum 2 years in management positions with experience of strategic planning and project management, particularly in humanitarian contexts
Minimum masters education in relevant discipline
Proven experience and understanding of humanitarian operations and understanding of programming in an emergency; ability to adapt quickly to shifting priorities and demands
Good interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate at all levels, establish information and logistics networks, and coordinate with country authorities, International Organisations and local NGOs.; ability to influence.
Expertise in current safety and security policies and implementation
Fluent in English (written and spoken).
Experience of working in hostile environments.
Self-motivated with the ability to work autonomously in a highly stressful and challenging environment.
Proven training of trainers skills and proven experience of training multi-national staff
Strong leadership skills and proven skills in managing a team in hostile environments
Proven knowledge of MS office applications and IT literacy and capacity to learn and use other packages.
Commitment to the aims and principles of Save the Children. In particular, a good understanding of the Save the Children mandate and child focus and an ability to ensure this continues to underpin all aspects of the job and commitment to Save the Children Child Safeguarding policy.

Previous or current knowledge of Save the Children logistics
Operational programming experience
Experience living and working in Iraq or neighbouring countries
Conversational Kurdish or Arabic

We need to keep children safe so our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.

Please apply in English using your CV and covering letter as a single document, including your salary expectations for this role.

How to apply:

Application Email: Please apply with a covering letter and up-to-date CV to: 'snasir.69038.3830@savethechildrenint.aplitrak.com'
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Legal Internship

Cambodian Defenders Project
Closing date: 23 Jan 2015

The Cambodian Defenders Project (CDP) is the oldest legal-aid organization in Cambodia, having been established in 1994 as a project of the International Human Rights Law Group to strengthen the rule of law and due process in Cambodia.

CDP’s core activity is and always will be, to provide legal aid and advocacy for the poor and vulnerable of Cambodia, free of charge where possible. Since 1994, CDP lawyers have handled more than 16,000 cases, some of them being very high profile and politically sensitive cases.

Today, the Legal Section of CDP focuses on a Justice for the Survivors from Democratic Kampuchea (JUSDEK) Project, established in 2009 after Case 001 against former Khmer Rouge leader Kaing Guek Eav, alias Duch started. The project’s main purpose is to promote the right to justice of the survivors of the Khmer Rouge regime through CDP representation before the Extraordinary Chambers in the Court of Cambodia (ECCC), CDP currently has two lawyers working at the ECCC.
CDP is also in the process of running a parallel Promoting Fair Trial Rights Project (PFTR), aimed at educating decision makers in key legal principles and a Gender Based Violence (GBV) Project.

About you

The Legal Section of CDP is currently looking for hard working Legal Intern, motivated by the kind of work we carry out and willing to help us continue our work. We’re specifically looking for interns who fit the following requirements:
Enthusiastic and motivated (Essential)
Bachelors degree or equivalent in Law (Essential)
Experience of working in an NGO setting (Desirable)
Knowledge of the political and social environment of Cambodia (Desirable)
Able to dedicate 3-6 months to CDP (Desirable;negotiable)
Fluent written and spoken English (Essential)
Able to start as soon as possible

Duties and Responsibilities
Provide coordination and support to the Legal Team management
Assist in producing Project materials
Support Project logistics and other event-related duties as needed
Perform research when necessary
Proof read documents as and if necessary
Liaise with other NGOs in the area if necessary, including UN bodies

Due to funding restrictions, CDP is currently unable to fund any volunteers or interns in whole or part; however on completion of role CDP will supply a Letter of Recommendation for further work to each successful candidate.


How to apply:

To apply, please send a CV and Cover Letter explaining your interest in the role and to gcowings872@gmail.com. For more information please contact the same address or cdp@cdpcambodia.org
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Teacher (Volunteer to teach in the Himalayan Mountains of Pakistan)

Kaghan Memorial Trust
Closing date: 31 Jan 2015

The Kaghan Memorial Trust (KMT) is looking for international teachers to work on a volunteer basis at its school in the Kaghan Valley.

Teaching English as a foreign language to young learners (KG to Grade 6)
Supporting local teaching staff (teacher training and monitoring teacher performance)
Curriculum development
Organisation of school events
Working as part of the Volunteer International Teacher (VIT) team to develop initiatives to reduce absenteeism, improve health and hygiene, encourage good manners, increase awareness of environmental issues, etc.

Applicants must have a college degree and experience teaching children and/or teaching English as a second language. Experience overseas is an asset.
A strong sense of commitment to the Trust’s objectives and a willingness to work for one full year.
Ability to adapt to a different culture.


KMT provides its volunteers with accommodation, meals, one return air ticket per year for travel between their home country and Islamabad, visa expenses, local health coverage, local transport facilities and a monthly stipend of Pak. Rs. 15,000 (approx US $150).

Further details about the school and KMT can be found on our website: www.kmt.org.pk and Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TheKaghanMemorialTrust

How to apply:

Interested candidates should apply in writing to the Programme Manager KMT, at volunteer@kmt.org.pk . All applications should be accompanied by a covering letter, detailed resume and copy of the passport. The closing date for applications is January 31, 2014. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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Volunteers Coordinator

International Transformation Foundation
Closing date: 31 Dec 2014

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We are looking for a passionate(committed to making a significant contribution to Youth development) young person preferably under 30 years old from any country except Rwanda and Kenya. Our Volunteers Coordinator is responsible of coordinating day to day operations of our secretariat based in Nairobi.

About us:International Transformation Foundation- ITF is a Youth led nonprofit organization, on principles of stimulus and inspiration for change and transformation of youths for individual achievement, providing Youth’s self development programs encompassing leadership & entrepreneurship. With Coordination secretariat in Nairobi,Kenya.

Current Projects:
The 1 Slum 100 Computers project is a self sustainable project providing free computer training and entrepreneurship mentoring to 30 (3 groups with 10 members each) disadvantaged youths in Eastern Nairobi slums and informal settlements, within 6 month. At completion of the training and mentorship, loans them computers and other technological devices to help them set up a computer based business such as cybercafé, respectively to the business plan designed during the training/mentorship.
Join the Pipe-JTP with aim is to install specially designed tap water stations near playgrounds, city centres, Parks, schools and bus stations in Kenya for people to drink clean water whenever possible. The Join the Pipe project activities included financing Community based Schools, youth associations, individuals and any other community based groups to set Join the Pipe water Kiosks. We also work with county and National government, government agencies and private corporations and institutions to set up public water stations in public places such as parks, playgrounds, city centers for people to access tap water free of charge.
Leadership & entrepreneurship Training:*Consisting of annual Debate and workshop forums, giving east African youth life didactic principles with rigorous instructions that shoves them to expand their boundaries of knowledge, moulding them into great leaders and entrepreneurs.*

How to apply:

We are 100% volunteer organization
If you are interested in this position complete and send us the attached form along with your CV and passport copy to volunteers@itfsecretariat.org
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Project Development Intern - CAMBODIA

Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development
Closing date: 28 Feb 2015

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Department: Project development
Position: Project Development Intern
Contract duration: 6 months
Location: Cambodia - Phnom Penh

Starting Date ASAP
I. Background on ACTED

ACTED is a French humanitarian NGO, founded in 1993, which supports vulnerable populations, affected by humanitarian crises worldwide. ACTED provides continued support to vulnerable communities by ensuring the sustainability of post-crisis interventions and engaging long-term challenges facing our target populations, in order to break the poverty cycle, foster development and reduce vulnerability to disasters. Our interventions seek to cover the multiple aspects of humanitarian and development crises through a multidisciplinary approach which is both global and local, and adapted to each context. Our 4,000 staff is committed in to responding to emergencies worldwide, to supporting recovery and rehabilitation, towards sustainable development.

Our teams in the field implement some 380 projects in 34 countries covering the following sectors emergency relief, food security, access to health, education and training, economic development, microfinance, advocacy, institutional support, and regional dialogue, cultural promotion.

Based on considerable experience addressing the needs and situations of vulnerable communities, ACTED contributes to the international agenda towards reaching the Millennium Development Goals, through a wide range of partnerships, innovative initiatives, and campaigns.

For more information, please visit our website at www.acted.org.

II.Country profile

Projects: 3 (2014)

International Staff: 2 (2014)

Capital Office: Phnom Penh

ACTED has focused on providing education and access to healthcare for most at-risk populations since 1995 working on HIV/AIDS and STI prevention.In 2014, ACTED continues to work with vulnerable populations, Enterntainment workers and youth. The scope of work is being broadened by including the component of labour rights of entertainment workers working in establishments in the cities.

Cambodia’s workforce is characterized by its young population, surplus of labour and lack of training in formal sectors. As a result, informal workers comprise 90% of the workforce and contribute an estimated 80% of its GDP. Though some informal workers are technically included in the labour law, all are practically excluded from the labour law and its protections. They lack decent work (as defined by the ILO) and are exposed to hazardous working conditions, low pay, unstable positions and are without social security protection schemes. Entertainment workers (EW) which refers to people (usually women) who work in karaoke parlours, bars, beer gardens and restaurants as hostesses and servers, are informal workers under the ILO’s definition. According to a 2012, there are approximately 35,000 EW in Cambodia, with a large proportion in the capital of Phnom Penh. EWs are also considered indirect sex workers as some chose to supplement their meagre incomes by selling sex to customers. The enforcement of the 2008 Law on Suppress of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation has had a detrimental effect on the working conditions of EWs. Brothel-based sex work has largely diminished and has driven direct sex workers into more insecure working situations and has increased pressure on entertainment workers (sometimes indirect sex workers) to fulfil their role. According to a study, EWs are subject to arrest if they carry condoms and are often detained, beaten and raped. Significantly, as the law pushes their work into the realm of quasi illegality, EWs are less able to demand labour rights from their employers, register legal complaints with the authorities and to legally register their unions.

The working conditions of EWs are hazardous and far below the ILO standards of Decent Work. Restaurant workers for example, face harassment from customers, are refused time off and dismissed or pressured to have an abortion if they become pregnant. 66% of restaurant workers earn less than garment workers ($66/month at time of study) which is the only sector with a minimum wage. 24% earn less than the requirement for basic subsistence. More broadly, abortions and excessive alcohol drinking are very common among female entertainment workers. Karaoke and beer promotion girls in particular have the highest incidents of drunkenness with loss of control as they are pressured to drink with their clients. More than 10% of EWs are infected with HIV compared to the national rate of 0.8%.

The right of workers to form associations/unions, which are essential to a strong democracy, is not widely protected. Although unions have begun to proliferate since the 1997 adoption of the Cambodian Labour Code which guarantees workers the freedom of association, the right to bargain collectively and the right to strike, existing unions/federations remain largely tied to political groups and isolated to a few formal sectors such as the garment industry. To date, only 1% of the workforce is organized. Organization and unionization is a particular challenge for the approximate 90% of the workforce in Cambodia which is comprised of informal workers and therefore unrecognized and unregulated by the Labour Law.

Though some are technically excluded under the Labour Law (e.g self-employed), all are excluded practically: implementation/enforcement of Cambodian labour law is very poor leaving informal workers at risk of hazardous working conditions, unstable positions and no entitlement to social protection schemes. Exclusion from the labour law also means difficulty forming associations and unions to represent their interests and negotiate collective bargaining agreements. Therefore, ACTED has started to implement a program to promote the representation and participation in civil society of EWs, who are categorized as informal workers. Stronger and more engaged EW associations/unions will represent group interests towards respect for human rights and democratic reform and contribute to women’s economic empowerment and equality.The objective of the program is to create an enabling environment for the assertion of Entertainment Workers’ (EWs) rights, including the right to form associations/unions, by increasing the awareness and the implementation of labour laws by their employers.

II. Position Profile

The Reporting Intern ensures the production of timely reports for the Project Development Officer as well as the Project Development Manager. For countries where no Project Development officer/manager position is available, the Reporting Intern works under the direct supervision of the country director and ACTED HQ Project Development department.

He/she assists the Project Development Manager as well as the Country Director in developing a country communications strategy, both Officeral and external.

1. Ensuring the Production of Timely, Accurate and Analytical Reports for the Reporting Manager
Understand and disseminate Donors guidelines ;
Liaise regularly with Area Coordinators, Programme Managers and technical staff to ensure the production of quality reports across areas and across Donors;
Work in close relation with AME Department to develop and incorporate more solid monitoring and evaluation components in reports;
Work in close relation with Finances Department to ensure greater coherence between financial and narrative reports, and ensure steady cash inflow based on the timeliness and quality of report submissions.


2. Developing Officeral Coordination and Communication mechanisms
In relation with the Reporting Manager, ensure that all meetings are held and documented (capital coordination meetings, area coordination meetings, weekly base meetings, monthly programming board meetings, quarterly country coordination meetings);
Ensure in particular that reporting guidelines, formats, philosophy, deadlines for each project and donor is communicated clearly and standardized across the country for new and on-going projects;
Follow-up meetings at the field level and/or in the capital, between the bases and between the Country Managers;
Draft agenda and minutes of country-wide meetings.

3. Developing an External Communication Strategy
Define the main target groups, activities, resources and partnerships needed, by notably maintaining a high level of information and understanding of donors strategy and possible partnerships
Ensure continuum of PR activities, updating project-specific and regional fact sheets and documenting publications featuring ACTED in the media ;
Provide ACTED Global with full information on projects whenever needed.
Participate in ACTED Global communication strategy by providing regular informal updates on projects, by sending pictures and articles on projects progress and/or specific events for ACTED Newsletter and Annual Report.
Identifying sources of funding for a more cohesive public information strategy in-country.

4. Assisting the Reporting Manager in developing project proposals, addressing ad hoc donor requests or catalysing actions on specific projects or components of projects

III. Qualifications:

• Postgraduate diploma in international relations/political sciences
•Excellent English and French writing and communication skills

• Previous related work experience, w/knowledge of proposal writing and donor relations
• Ability to work efficiently under pressure
• Ability to work in an unstable security environment moving
•Willingness to work and live in often remote areas under basic conditions

IV. Conditions:
Salary defined by the ACTED salary grid; educational level, expertise, hardship, security, and performance are considered for pay bonus
Free food and lodging provided at the organisation’s guesthouse
Transportation costs covered, including additional return ticket + luggage allowance
Provision of medical, life, and repatriation insurance + retirement package

How to apply:

Please send, in English, your cover letter, CV, and three references tostages@acted.org


For more information, visit us athttp://www.acted.org
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Project Coordinator of INFOCUS PROJECT

Wahana Visi Indonesia is a Christian humanitarian organization working to create lasting change in the lives of children, families and communities living in poverty. Wahana Visi Indonesia has been working for more than 15 years, employing more than 800 staff  in the programs and serving 1,400 of the poorest villages.

Wahana Visi Indonesia is a local humanitarian organization that implements most of World Vision programs in Indonesia.  World Vision is one of the world’s largest international Christian humanitarian aid organizations. It has been working in Indonesia for more than 50 years and  focusing on programming effort on health, education and economic development across transformational development, humanitarian emergency affairs and advocacy ministries.
Wahana Visi Indonesia is currently seeking the following position :

Project Coordinator of INFOCUS PROJECT ( Code: PCI) 

Location  : Sumba Timur, NTT

Major Roles

Responsible to support ADP team for planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluation 1 or more sector projects that contribute to the achieve of Area Development Program goals and also support the team to ensure project promotes quality, empowering and sustainable development in alignment relevant strategies (e.g. national, sectoral, disaster preparedness plan, etc.), policies(e.g. ministry policies, child sponsorship, DME management policy, etc.) and standards (e.g. IPM, LEAP, sponsorship service, financial, etc.).

- Bachelor Degree in agriculture, forestry, and environment
- Minimum 2 years of sectoral/appropriate professional experience
- Previous experience in development facilitation for communities and understand Sumba/NTT context is an advantage
- Previous experience in advocacy and networking in an advantage
- Experience in project design, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and report writing
- Based in Sumba Timur, NTT

Submit your application with updated CV not later than December 12, 2014 to :
Human Resource Department World Vision Indonesia
Please mention the following format in e-mail subject: Application for Project Coordinator  of INFOCUS Project (Code: PCI)
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Policy and Advocacy Officer

Rutgers WPF Indonesia is working on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and sexual and gender based violence (SGBV). Rutgers WPF Indonesia consists of a dynamic team of 20 staff members. We work together in an alliance with many partner organizations in Indonesia in promoting SRHR and working on prevention of GBV. Currently 3 programs are implemented MenCare+, Access, Service, Knowledge (ASK), Unite For Body Rights (UFBR).

At the moment we are looking for an enthusiastic:
Policy and Advocacy Officer 
Application deadline will be 12 December 2014

The policy and advocacy officer will play an important role in developing and implementing RutgersWPF Indonesia’s advocacy strategy within Indonesia and the region and the resource mobilization to ensure sustainability of interventions and strategies.

Main tasks and responsibilities:
• In collaboration with program teams and partners develop and implement Rutgers advocacy strategy in Indonesia at national and regional level;
• Liaising closely with program managers and director in delivering the advocacy strategy;
• Develop a resource mobilization plan for RutgersWPF Indonesia and assist to implement;
• Represent RutgersWPF Indonesia in lobby and advocacy actions, consultation meetings/conferences within civil society, business, political and government circles in Indonesia or the region;
• Play a proactive role in pursuing RurgersWPF Indonesia’s resource mobilization activities related to lobby and advocacy, seek out and respond to relevant calls for proposal, participate in the development of other project proposals;
• Closely monitors developments in ASEAN political and economic cooperation and leads in adapting shared RutgersWPF Indonesia policy on SRHR strategies and developments in Indonesia;
• Assists with the monitoring and evaluation of the impact of RutgersWPF Indonesia’s advocacy interventions and deliver regular analysis and updates for management;
• Develops and maintains partnership with relevant actors in pursuit of lobby and advocacy objectives;
• Identify and develop fundraising opportunities in private sector by developing good relations with current and prospective donors;
• Assess trends and developments of RutgersWPF Indonesia and the alliance partners and its potential for funding opportunities;
• Any other tasks within the scope of the role as directed and agreed.

• Commitment to Rutgers WPF Indonesia’s vision and mission
• Familiarity with SRHR and SGBV issue and have positive attitude toward sexuality
• Proven experiences of resource mobilization both with international donors as well as in fundraising
• Excellent writing skills both in English and Bahasa Indonesia
• Proven track record of inputting into and delivering on successful policy & advocacy strategies within the development sector
• Good knowledge of issues related to SRHR as well as SGBV issues and other key issues in the development sector, experience in rights-based approach and evidence-based lobby and advocacy
• Knowledge of fund raising, regional developments, development cooperation and donor requirements
• Experience in lobbying within political and government sectors,
• Proven networking skills
• Good conceptual and analytical skills and ability to think and operate innovatively.
• Good administration and organizational skills and ability to optimize independent use of time against variable workload.
• Commitment to RutgersWPF Indonesia values

• Minimum 3-5 years of work experience in advocacy, policy, and fundraising
• Minimum S1 degree from relevant background (international relation, public health, international law, political science, communication and other social and humanity studies)
• Proficiency in relevant software (MS Office)
• Good and pleasant communication skills, interpersonal and negotiation skills
• Excellent writing skils both in English and Indonesian

How to apply:
Interested applicants are invited to send:
1. A motivation letter clearly specifying understanding of the position
2. Curriculum Vitae indicating previous experiences in assigments related to policy, advocacy, and resource mobilisation.
The application can be submitted by e-mail to recruitment.rutgerswpf.indo@gmail.com

Indicating the position: Policy and Advocacy Officer

Application deadline will be 12 December 2014

Only complete applications will be taken into account and only shortlisted candidate will be notified

RutgersWPF Indonesia gives an equal opportunity employment regardless of gender, sexual orientation, religion, or political affiliations.
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Fund Transfer Coordinator

Habitat for Humanity International
Closing date: 11 Jan 2015

Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI) is currently seeking a talented individual for the role of Financial Analyst within Habitat’s rapidly expanding Area-Pacific regional office. This individual will make critical contributions to the overall success of the Finance team at the regional level by processing, tracking, and reporting all international fund transfers between Habitat’s headquarters and its National Offices in our Asia Pacific region. This position will have a direct impact on Habitat's mission of eliminating poverty housing through planning and implementing new financial processes across the Asia-Pacfic region. The Fund Transfer Coordinator reports directly to the Area Finance & Administration Manager and will work out of our Manila, Philippines office.

Process and review all Fund Transfer Requests and ensure proper approvals are obtained by National Office Director and Finance Director
Prepare all International Wire Transfer requests and ensure that they are sent out to Headquarters and Global Funding Networks in a timely manner
Maintain communication with all National Offices regarding status of transfers in a timely manner.
Maintain record of all notifications for availability of funds for Asia Pacific countries
Review monthly fund balance reports from Habitat and inform supervisor of available funds from Habitat’s headquarters and obtain approval to inform National Offices to raise Fund Transfer Requests
Circulate the reconciliation report to all Regional Finance Managers quarterly.
Prepare tracking report of Unrestricted Fund and reconcile with our accounting software system
Prepare ad-hoc transfer reports as needed by Area Finance Manager and Director, Business Strategy
Maintain and update records of bank account details of all National Offices.
Obtain specimen signatures of current signatories of Fund Transfer Requests of all National Offices.
Prepare adjustment journals for Area Office accountant when needed

Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics or other related Business degree
4 years of related international work experience, preferably within a non-profit organization
Good English communication skills, both written and verbal
Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel and Outlook)

How to apply:

Interested candidates should apply on our website http://www.habitat.org/job/fund-transfer-coordinator
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