Please find below open position.
PROGRAM SUMMARY – Technical Assistance and Training Teams (TATTs)
Mercy Corps Indonesia implements a series of integrated programs in Jakarta, Java, Sumatra including Aceh, and Eastern Indonesia in the sectors of Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Water and Sanitation, Health and Nutrition and Economic development and financial services. Mercy Corps Indonesia’s goal: Empowering people to build healthy, productive and resilient communities. Over the past decade, Mercy Corps Indonesia has led and expanded programming in DRR, CCA, and building resilience across Indonesia. Key cross-cutting themes include disaster mainstreaming, institutional capacity building and governance related to working in partnership with and leveraging the resources and expertise of government, local NGOs, universities, and private sector partners.
Mercy Corps Indonesia through TATTs consortium will implement a program “Institutionalizing Disaster Preparedness and Management Capacity of BPBDs in Indonesia through Technical Assistance and Training Teams (TATTs).” The program will focus on strengthening provincial-level Disaster Management Agencies (BPBDs) by embedding qualified teams of trainers within the provincial BPBDs to provide ongoing, day-to-day technical support tailored to the needs of each province, as well as to implement a series of training modules coordinated and standardized with the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB). The target provinces include Central Java, Southeast Sulawesi, North Maluku, Maluku, West Papua, and Papua.
Provincial Team Leader – Disaster Management Capacity Building Program
Under the guidance of TATTs Chief of Party, the TATTs Team Leader is responsible for ensuring substantive capacity building and training assistance, documentation of lessons learned and best practices of trainings, and knowledge management during program implementation. Provincial Team Leader oversees province activities regarding planning, implementation, monitoring & evaluation support, impact and sustainability, as well as contributes to mainstream best practices at the national level to increase the BPBD organizational capacity through technical assistance and quality of trainings. The Team Leader will promote long-term sustainability and reliability of disaster management trainings in collaboration with National Training Coordinator.
§ A University degree in relevant field of Development Studies/International Development, Disaster Management/Environmental Management and Policy, Education, or relevant field;
§ Minimum 5 years of experience in effectively managing staff and coordinating with the government departments (including BPD) in the field of disaster management, with demonstrated technical expertise in subject matter as required;
§ Experience in collaboratively working with development agencies, universities, donors and government departments, such as BPBDs and Disaster Forums, is a strong advantage;
§ Proficiency in English, both spoken and written communication is essential;
§ Excellent communication, presentation, organizational, and interpersonal skills;
§ Strong familiarity with MS Word, Excel, and Power Point is required.
Please send your CV with position applied on the email subject to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vacancy will be closed 4 January 2015 and only short listed candidates will be contacted for interview.
We look forward to hearing from those who are interested in taking this opportunity to grow and develop with us.
Human Resources Department
Mercy Corps Indonesia