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Monday, August 7, 2017

OXFAM Vacancy: Digital Database Programmer, based in Jakarta

OXFAM who are we?

OXFAM INTERNATIONAL VISION:
Oxfam’s vision is a just world without poverty: a world in which people
can influence decisions that affect their lives, enjoy their rights, and
assume their responsibilities as full citizens of a world in which all
human beings are valued and treated equally.


OXFAM INTERNATIONAL OBJECTIVE:
Humanitarian Assistance: By 2019, supported by the international community
and humanitarian organizations, local state institutions and civil society
in the most crisis prone/affected countries are able and willing to
deliver high quality, impartial and independent assistance to those in
need Resilience: By 2019, resilience to disasters and conflict is
strengthened in high risk countries, through improved disaster
preparedness and risk reduction, and building the capacity of civil
society groups and communities, in particular women, to manage shocks,
stresses and address root causes of conflict. Women's rights: By 2019 the
different impact of conflict and disasters on men and women, and their
differing needs, are recognized and addressed by duty bearers and
humanitarian organizations, leading to greater gender justice and respect
for women's rights in crisis affected countries.

Vision for Indonesia

Oxfam Indonesia has the vision that people in Indonesia will live
equitably and free from injustice of poverty, enjoy their rights, and are
resilient in times of disasters. By 2020, 2.5 million women and men in
Indonesia are empowered to overcome poverty, vulnerability and inequality.

In the second year project implementation, there will be density scope of
work from SDGs Governance project, as at this stage it will require more
monitoring both to the implementation in the level of project activities
and at the national level. Therefore it needs a dedicated data collection
and monitoring software in order to ensure all data from field especially
ones from primary sources stored properly and also can be used by main
stakeholders. To execute this action, Oxfam identify to have one dedicated
staff in order to develop, run, and maintain the data as well as to
provide training to the stakeholders during the next phase of SDGs project
implementation.
Be part of a dynamic working environment with a real commitment to gender
equality and International aid and development background.
Digital Database Programmer (code: DDP - SDGs)

JOB PURPOSE:

The job holder will develop and maintain the data collection and
monitoring digital platform for SDGs implementation in the project scope
of “ Strengthening Capacity of Civil Society to Enhance Governance of the
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Indonesia”. S/he will work
together with Project Manager and support two national CSOs and three
third party organisations to ensure efficient and effective data
collection database monitoring, deliver training on digital platform data
pooling protocols as well as data analystics techniques for the partners
and third party organisations. She/he will have direct report to SDGs
Project Manager and make close coordination with MEL Officer, 2 partner
organisations, 3 third party organisations and other stakeholders. This
post will be based in Jakarta with fixed term contract and possibility to
extend.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Develop and maintain digital platform for data pooling and analytics for
SDGs monitoring
Provide basic guidelines on digital platform data pooling protocols
Training partners/CSO Working Groups to be able to apply the monitoring
tools
Develop and maintain web database and transform info into accurate &
efficient report
Establish Cloud server and coordinate with the provider
Analyze standard project database into accurate, efficient and informative
report
Coordinate with the project team and other stakeholders related to SDGs
project goals & objectives
Flexibility to travel to conduct some information related to training on
digital platform for all level of stakeholders

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

· Bachelor’s degree in information technology, computer science or
related disciplines. Exceptional relevant practical experience may be seen
as a substitute
· Experience working with I/NGO. Substantial and proven experience
in similar project will advantage
· At least 3 years relevant experience in web and android
programming with related social development issues
• Proven experience in developing and maintaining Cloud server
• Proven experience in developing HTML5 and CMS
• Good understanding and experience on web script such as: PHP, Asp,
ColdFusion, Phyton
• Highly ability to manage database: mySQL or other system with
project cycle will be advantage
• Demonstrated experience in using API to link with several
application with familiarity of Digital Data Collection (ODK)
• Ability to provide training on the digital database platform to main
stakeholders
• Fast-learner of the project context i.e. Sustainable Development
Goals (SDGs)
• Ability to manage complex workloads and deliver outputs to agreed
deadlines
• Proven experience of communicating with various levels audiences
with highly ability of system and digital literacy
• Ability to transform system and database information into accurate
and efficient report
• Fluent in verbal and written English and demonstrated experience
communicating in these languages with a variety of audiences

HOW TO APPLY

If you believe you are the right candidate, please apply by sending your
complete application to jakarta@oxfam.org.uk and mention the code of the
position title
(DDP - SDGs) on the subject of the email.

The closing date: August 14th, 2017
Only short listed candidates will be contacted

We encourage women and people with disability to apply

promotes equality and diversity

Oxfam works with others to overcome poverty and suffering.

Oxfam GB is a member of Oxfam International and a company limited by guarantee registered in England No. 612172.
Registered office: Oxfam House, John Smith Drive, Cowley, Oxford, OX4 2JY.
A registered charity in England and Wales (no 202918) and Scotland (SC 039042)

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