Friday, February 27, 2015
Lowongan kerja di Yayasan Cipta Fondasi Komunitas (CFK) sebagai staff Pengembangan Masyarakat (CDO) di Sikakap-Mentawai
Yayasan Cipta Fondasi Komunitas (CFK) adalah sebuah organisasi sosial kemanusiaan nirlaba untuk pengembangan masyarakat dengan misi yaitu CFK bersama masyarakat meningkatkan kualitas hidup melalui pengembangan masyarakat yang menyeluruh (holistic).
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Hivos Job Vacancy
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Communications Specialist - Indonesia
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Swisscontact promotes economic, social and ecological development by supporting people to successfully integrate into local commercial life. Swisscontact creates opportunities for people to improve their living conditions as a result of their own efforts. The focus of its systemic intervention in the private sector is the strengthening of local and global value chains. Through its projects, Swisscontact works to enable access to professional training, promotes local entrepreneurship, creates access to local financial service providers and supports the efficient use of resources with the goal of successfully promoting employment and income generation. Based in Zurich, Swisscontact isnow active in 27 countries and has some 800 employees.
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ERP Functional, Technical, and Integration Lead
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KOPERNIK LAST MILE RESEARCH FELLOW
HARD-WORKING, MOTIVATED, MULTILINGUAL TALENT WITH A PASSION FOR SOCIAL IMPACT? APPLY HERE.
Kopernik is an exciting, fast-growing, cutting-edge organisation tackling technology distribution challenges. We emphasise a hybrid philanthropy-business model in achieving our mission - different from the traditional charity approach of giving away goods and services for free.Our team works tirelessly to put the last mile first. Our culture shapes the way we work. We value action, we get things done, we are open and transparent in everything we do, and we always look for ways to innovate. We come to work with a smile, which is easy when a strict no jerks policy applies.
We are currently looking for 10 Last Mile Research Fellows to conduct research and monitoring and evaluation tasks at a number of our project locations.
The Kopernik Last Mile Fellowship Program is a 10-week program running from June to August in 2015
THE SCHEDULE INVOLVES:
- June 1 – 5: Fellowship orientation in Kopernik HQ in Bali, Indonesia
- June 8 – July 31: Eight-week fieldwork in respective project locations
- Aug 3 – 7: Final presentation and wrap-up in Kopernik HQ in Bali, Indonesia
Kopernik delivers simple, life-changing technologies to last mile communities to reduce poverty. As of January 2015, Kopernik has distributed over 41,000 units of such products to over 220,000 people through the implementation of over 120 projects in 21 countries.
Kopernik’s co-founders, Toshi Nakamura and Ewa Wojkowska, saw that sustainable energy technologies like solar lights, clean cookstoves, and water filters that could improve the lives of poor people existed, but they weren’t reaching the people who really needed them. They wanted to bridge the gap and left a decade of service with the United Nations to launch Kopernik in 2010.
Kopernik connects producers of innovative technologies, communities that need them, and donors through an online marketplace facilitating the movement of money, technology, and information to improve the lives of the poor. Kopernik balances a philanthropic and business approach to distributing technology designed to benefit people in developing countries.
Donors fund the upfront costs of introducing technologies and creating micro-business opportunities in remote communities. The money raised from product sales is reinvested in more technology for the last mile.
A core component of Kopernik’s distribution model is the empowerment of women who serve as retailers and promoters of sustainable energy products for their own communities. These women are either existing small shop owners or individuals looking to start their own businesses. Through Kopernik’s training and mentorship, the women undergo ‘economic empowerment journeys’ as they distribute technologies and develop their businesses. The women’s empowerment model is described and published in an article in the Stanford Social Innovation Review: http://kopernik.info/
We require candidates with:
- A Masters degree or PhD (or degree candidate) in a relevant discipline such as international development, public administration, economics, business administration, engineering, public health, etc;
- Excellent communication skills in English (local language skills in Indonesian, Burmese, Hindi, Tetum, are highly valued);
- Excellent research and analytical skills;
- Advanced computer skills in Word, Excel and PowerPoint and the ability to present information in a professional manner;
- A can-do and collaborative mind set – comfortable with the ambiguities and demands of a rapidly evolving work environment;
- Experience or a demonstrated willingness to travel to remote communities with limited infrastructure and services;
- Ability to work in a cross-cultural environment where communication can be difficult;
- High energy levels, resilience and adaptability;
- A commitment to Kopernik’s values and reaching underserved communities.
For this Kopernik Last Mile Fellowship Program intake, Kopernik will be recruiting candidates to work on three types of projects. Four candidates will be recruited for project type #1, with one individual working independently on each project. Six candidates will be recruited for project type #2 and #3, with teams of three people working on each assignment.
PROJECT TYPE #1: MONITORING AND EVALUATING KOPERNIK PROJECTS, ASIA-PACIFIC
The key task involves conducting household surveys to understand the impact of Kopernik’s projects on the people who use the technology distributed (solar lights, fuel-efficient cookstoves or water filters) by Kopernik’s local partners in the Asia-Pacific. The main deliverable will be an impact assessment report to be published on our website. An assessment will also take place to improve our relationship with the local partner and improve our training and project monitoring processes. Other research will be required to identify other potential NGOs/social enterprises that Kopernik can partner with in the area for future projects, livelihood mapping to identify other technologies that are needed in the region, and research on locally available technologies.
Note: One fellow at each location, with a total of four projects across the Asia-Pacific (currently Indonesia, Myanmar, India and Timor-Leste but subject to change).
PROJECT TYPE #2: OPERATIONAL RESEARCH FOR THE WONDER WOMEN PROGRAM, INDONESIA
Kopernik’s current priority in Indonesia is the scaling up of the Wonder Women program – an award-winning initiative that achieves women’s empowerment and clean energy product distribution at the same time. The program is implemented in Western Indonesia and Eastern Indonesia, involving various donors and stakeholders.
Note: A team of three fellows, working to contribute to the implementation of operational research and qualitative studies already planned for the program.
PROJECT TYPE #3: LIVELIHOOD PROCESS MAPPING, INDONESIA
Kopernik is keen to identify inefficiencies and ‘room for innovation’ in various sectors such as farming, fishing, transportation, etc. The deliverables include an annual calendar explaining the different tools/processes used for each economic activity and recommendations on which steps could benefit from what kind of innovative technologies. This exercise will feed directly into Kopernik’s Last Mile Consulting work, in which Kopernik advises companies regarding developing services and products for bottom of the pyramid (BOP) segments.
Note: A team of three fellows, working to conduct research to improve Kopernik’s knowledge on innovative technologies needed in last mile communities.
BENEFITS & EXPECTATIONS:
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PENERIMAAN PROPOSAL (Call for Proposal)
CFP No. CFP/ 30-2-2015
Mitra Pelaksanaan untuk Program
Pemberdayaan Hukum Masyarakat (PHM)
Mitra Pelaksanaan untuk Program
Pemberdayaan Hukum Masyarakat (PHM)
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