Friday, March 3, 2017

KIAT - Program Management and Support for Water and Sanitation Unit

 About the program

Cardno was awarded a design and implement contract for the Kemitraan Indonesia Australia untuk Infrastrucktur (Indonesia Australia Partnership for Infrastructure) (KIAT). The design is now complete and Cardno is currently in negotiations with DFAT for the implementation of the program. KIAT is a 10-year facility with an indicative budget of A$300m.
KIAT’s overarching goal is to support ‘Sustainable and inclusive economic growth through improved access to infrastructure for all people’. To support this goal, KIAT will work with GOI, DFAT, private sector, MDBs and other development partners, and civil society stakeholders to help achieve the following ‘End-of-facility Outcomes’ (EOFOs):
  1. Improved GOI policy and regulatory framework for infrastructure development
  2. High quality projects prepared and financed by GOI, the private sector and / or MDBs
  3. High quality infrastructure delivery, management and maintenance by GOI

As the prospective Managing Contractor of KIAT Program, Cardno is currently inviting applications for Program Management and Support positions for Water and Sanitation (WatSan) Unit. The positions will report to the Deputy Director - WatSan on all aspects of the program relating to Water and Sanitation.. 
We have vacancies for the following positions:
  • Senior Program Officer- WatSan (1 position available)
  • Program Officer – WatSan (2 positions available)
  • Program Support Officer- WatSan  (1 position available)

The Terms of Reference containing full Selection Criteria can be downloaded from here:

How to apply
To apply for this position please click the "apply now" button found on the above link and attach an application letter and a current CV.
Applications close 5.00pm, Tuesday, 14 March 2017, Indonesian Time.
Cardno is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to Child Protection in all fields. Any offer of employment will require criminal record checks.

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