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18 Februari 2008

Indonesian Red Cross National Headquarter (PMI)

The Netherlands Red Cross (NLRC) through Palang Merah Indonesia (PMI) is seeking a suitable candidate to facilitate and provide assistance to the PMI programme funded by the Netherlands Red Cross.

Country Representative Assistant
(Jakarta Raya)


* The main focus of this position is to provide support to:

o To support the planning, implementation and monitoring of the NLRC funded projects on Youth Exchange, Capacity Building, and Capacity Building in the Health Sector
o To support and advise PMI Divisions and chapters and branches on program / project management, with priority for activities that is part of the PO portfolio
o To follow up and assist PMI Divisions and chapters and branches in the preparations of project documents such as project proposals, agreements, MoU's, etc
o To monitor the financial situation of the projects in the portfolio in close cooperation with PMI finance officer. This includes follow up of financial administration and reporting
o To facilitate the timely organization by PMI of reviews, evaluations and audits related to the activities that are part of the CR portfolio
o To strengthen the coordination and cooperation between PMI and other relevant organizations (GoI, I-NGO, IFRC) supporting the NRLC Development Program
o To advise and inform - solicited and unsolicited - the Country Representative on developments and issues in the areas that fall under his/her responsibility
o To perform any other duties as requested
o The Country Representative, translation in the office and during field visits in Jakarta and outside, providing translation of documents and act as secretary of the CR


* The NLRC Program Assistant should:

o Should have Indonesian Nationality
o Have educational background (BA or MA) preferably in English or Business Administration
o Have working experiences, especially in the Non Governmental Organization (NGO), as programme staff or secretary
o Should preferably have experience in project cycle management, including project preparation, formulation, implementation and evaluation. Knowledge of financial administration programs is an advantage
o Should have proven oral and written English knowledge
o Should have adequate computer skills
o Should have excellent communication, and organizational skills
o Proven analytical and summarizing skills also able to take initiative
o Knowledge of and working experience with the Red Cross movement is an advantage

# Additional information

* Initial contract with PMI will be for 1 year, starting date as soon as possible
* Rewarding will be according to PMI/NLRC conditions and include salary, travel allowance, performance based bonuses, health insurance and training opportunities. Salary rate will be discussed during interview
* The PA will be based in the NLRC office situated in the PMI NHQ premises in Jakarta and should be able to travel frequently outside Jakarta

Please submit your application with a comprehensive resume in English including names of 2 references before the 20 February 2008 by email to: , Cc : please type "Application Country Representative Assistant" in the subject box. Applications received after this date will not be considered. Only short-listed candidate will be contacted.

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