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RTI is recruiting candidates for a USAID-funded
YouthPower Indonesia Project
RTI International is accepting applications for a five-year USAID-funded project in Indonesia, IWDP (Inclusive Workforce Development Partnerships), which will focus on improving access to workforce development for poor and vulnerable youth. Successful candidates must possess strong oral and written communication skills in English and Bahasa. RTI is an equal opportunity employer.
Grants/Capacity Building Manager will be the main point of contact for Indonesian implementers of workforce development grants. Responsibilities include supporting the organizations to manage their grants, follow USAID rules and regulations, and meet their objectives. Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree in international development, education, monitoring and evaluation methodology or related. Minimum 5 years of experience in the management and implementation of international development projects. Experienced in grants management, maintenance of financial and progress reporting, able to train new grantees.
Monitoring & Evaluation Expert will lead the project monitoring and evaluation as well as collaborating, learning and adapting methodology. S/he will be responsible for supporting grantees in designing data collection tools, capturing data, and reporting information per M&E plans. Qualifications: Master’s degree in international development, statistics, monitoring and evaluation methodology with 7 years of M&E experience, including technical experience in managing data collection and analysis. Professional work experience in Indonesia required.
Youth Engagement Specialists will be responsible for providing technical oversight and guidance on, in areas of expertise positive youth development, poor and vulnerable youth engagement, life skills/soft skills training, and inclusive programming for gender considerations. Qualifications: Master's degree in education, social work, economic development, international development or related. 8 years of experience working in youth development and engagement in Southeast Asia.
Youth Training & Employability Specialists will be responsible for providing technical oversight and guidance on, in areas of workforce training curriculum design, on-the-job learning components of training, internship training and linking youth to employment. Qualifications: Master's degree in education, social work, economic development, international development or related. 8 years of experience working in youth development and engagement in Southeast Asia.
Community Engagement Specialists will work at the provincial level supporting workforce development stakeholders and grantees with implementation of inclusive poor and vulnerable youth programs. Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred) in economic development, education, international development, project management or related field with 5 years of experience in project management, poor and vulnerable youth engagement, workforce development or grant programs in Indonesia. The location of these positions will be outside of Jakarta.
Other positions include: Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Coordinator, Grants Coordinator, IT Specialist, Operations/Procurement Officer, Accountant, Human Resource Specialist, Admin Assistant, and Driver.