Lowongan Kerja pada Kedutaan Besar Australia ( Gaji - IDR 25,031,258 / Bulan )

Lowongan Kerja pada Kedutaan Besar Australia
Senior Program Manager – Poverty and Social Development 
(DFAT GHD, Australian Embassy Jakarta)
Position Reference: 3248
Level 6: IDR 25,031,258 per month
DFAT Governance and Human Development, Australian Embassy Jakarta
Ongoing, Full-time
Reports to: Unit Manager - Social Protection

The opportunity

The Poverty and Social Development section at the Australian Embassy is looking for a Senior Program Manager to manage our engagement with two World Bank trust funds. Between them, they cover a wide range of development issues, from poverty and inequality to basic service delivery to village development and urban poverty.

Our ideal candidate

The ideal candidate will have experience working on development projects in one or more of the following areas: social protection, health and nutrition, education and village development. You will use your technical skills to provide input on a range of innovative pilots, studies and programs. You will use your excellent communication and analytical skills to engage with Government of Indonesia stakeholders and advise the Australian Embassy about directions for our investments. You will enjoy making connections and fostering collaboration between World Bank teams and other Australian programs. Experience working with the World Bank or on World Bank trust funds will be valuable in this role, but is not essential.

Who we are

We are a motivated and professional team with a wide variety of qualifications and backgrounds. We welcome people with private-sector experience. We value people with ideas, the ability to present them persuasively, and the drive and skill to see them adopted. We take pride in our reputation for acting with integrity and discretion. We seek greater diversity in our workforce.

What we offer

  • A diverse and inclusive workplace and attractive remuneration package
  • Exciting and fulfilling work at the heart of Australia and Indonesian bilateral relations
  • The opportunity to work with strong, smart, visionary and experienced leaders who encourage and support you to develop your interests and expertise and achieve your ambitions.

How to apply

Submit an application directed to Tanya Mahindria, Recruitment Officer, jakartajobapplications@dfat.gov.au with subject: LE6 - SPM PSD by no later than Monday, 10 July 2017. As part of your application you will need to provide:
  • A Curriculum Vitae of no more than two pages including two referees.
  • A 1-2 page essay of no more than 1,000 words telling us how your skills, experience and qualifications makes you the best candidate for this opportunity
Tell us why you are the right person for the job. We want to know why you want to work at the Australian Embassy Indonesia, why you are interested in the role, what you can offer us, and how your skills, knowledge, experience and qualifications are applicable to the role. In short – why should we hire you?
Try not to duplicate information that can already be found in your resume, but do highlight any specific examples or achievements that will demonstrate your ability to perform the role.

Who to contact

All queries relating to job applications should be directed to Tanya Mahindria, Recruitment Officer via email jakartajobapplications@dfat.gov.au
No phone enquiries will be taken and only short-listed applicants will be notified.

Things to note

Australian Embassy Indonesia employees are expected to adhere to the Locally-engaged Staff Code of Conduct and employment principles in terms of performance and standards of behaviour.
Advancing the interests of Australia and Australians internationally

About the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)

The role of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) is to advance the interests of Australia and Australians internationally. This involves strengthening Australia’s security, enhancing Australia’s prosperity, delivering an effective and high quality overseas aid Programme and helping Australian travellers and Australians overseas.

The Department provides foreign, trade and development policy advice to the Australian Government. DFAT also works with other Australian government agencies to drive coordination of Australia’s pursuit of global, regional and bilateral interests.

Australia and Indonesia have an effective development partnership that is boosting economic growth and tackling poverty, improving health and education outcomes, and strengthening democracy, justice and governance.

About Australia’s Development Partnership in Indonesia

The overarching goal of Australia’s development partnership with Indonesia is to boost inclusive growth and productive jobs by improving competitiveness through strengthening the impact of Indonesia’s own resources. Three objectives will contribute to this goal:

  • Effective economic institutions and infrastructure
  • Human development for a productive and healthy society
  • An inclusive society through effective governance.

About the section

The Poverty and Social Development (PSD) section includes unit teams that work on basic service delivery, community empowerment, the knowledge sector, social protection, women’s empowerment, disability and social inclusion.

PSD programs contribute to: improvements in Government of Indonesia (GOI) policies; more accountable, effective and inclusive public sector management; and better basic service delivery systems. Overall objectives of PSD include reducing poverty, enhancing quality of life and increasing participation, in particular for women, the poor and marginalised groups.
PSD works closely with GOI on its priorities in collaboration with civil society, universities and think tanks through a range of programs, including bilateral ones implemented by managing contractors, World Bank-managed trust funds and a number of grant agreements.

About the position

The Senior Program Manager will manage the Local Solutions to Poverty Support Facility (LSP) and Partnership for Knowledge-based Poverty Reduction (PKPR), which are both World Bank multi-donor trust funds.

LSP manages donor support to a diverse range of projects for GOI, including: block grants to communities to improve health and education indicators (Generasi); a pilot to improve teacher attendance and performance (Kiat Guru); a project to support early childhood education and development; support to implement Indonesia’s Village Law; and analytics, monitoring and evaluation on issues relating to decentralisation.

PKPR supports the Indonesian Government in strengthening efforts to reduce poverty and inequality by helping it make more evidence-based policy and program decisions across five components: improving equality of opportunity; more and better jobs; preventing and mitigating shocks; improving fiscal policy to reduce poverty and inequality; and monitoring and analysing poverty and inequality in Indonesia.

The key responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:

  • Develop and support complex relationships with internal and external stakeholders, and advise the unit manager and PSD Counsellor in managing complex relationships to achieve strategic, political and operational outcomes
  • Build and maintain effective networks with GOI and other partners (particularly the World Bank) to promote effective coordination and oversight of implementation
  • Analyse reports and findings and recommendations from field missions and evaluation exercises to feed into policy dialogues and discussions with GOI
  • Develop and manage work plans across a diverse array of projects including setting immediate tasks and longer-term priorities, and prioritising resources efficiently
  • Design and manage monitoring missions, evaluations, and ongoing design work for different projects and activities within LSP and PKPR
  • Prepare and refine briefings, submissions, presentations, speeches, quality reporting and partner performance assessments
  • Identify, monitor and manage risks across LSP and PKPR’s diverse portfolio of activities
  • Assist shape the strategic policy direction of unit programs and of the overall section
  • Manage a small team, and help to build team capacity through coaching, performance
  • feedback and encouraging career development for junior local staff


  • A university degree (essential) and/or masters (an advantage) in a relevant field 
  • At least five years’ experience in development and/or program and/or project management, preferably in Indonesia
  • Demonstrated, strong analytical skills and ability to think strategically

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