SELISIK.COM – Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade – Program Managers – Governance and Human Development (4 positions).
- Ongoing (3 positions) & non-ongoing with a possibility of extension/permanent (1 position), Full-time
- IDR 15,004,083 per month
- Jakarta, Indonesia
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 development program 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 the position
Australia works in the following sectors: Economic Governance, Infrastructure, Law and Justice, Health, Education, Rural Development, Social Protection, Decentralised Governance, Disaster and Climate Resilience, Gender Equality, Disability and Social Inclusion, and Knowledge to Policy.
Information on specific teams is as follows:
The Rural Development Unit manages the Australia Indonesia Partnership for Promoting Rural Income through Supports for Markets in Agriculture (PRISMA) program that takes a private sector-led approach to agricultural market development. The program works with the private sector and poor farmers to help maintain agricultural production and food security. Its goal is to increase 1 million smallholder farmers’ income by increasing their competitiveness and access to new markets, better inputs, know-how and technology.
The Basic Education Unit supports efforts to improve learning outcomes for Indonesian school children, with a focus on quality basic education (primary and junior secondary levels). The Unit works closely with the national and sub-national levels of government as well as non-government partners. The Unit manages the Innovation for Indonesia’s School Children (INOVASI) program, as well as a partnership with UNICEF for education in Papua and West Papua, and with the World Bank.
The Quality and Risk Unit supports performance, quality, and risk management of Indonesia development program. The Unit manages program quality and risk reporting according to DFAT policy requirements and provides support services to monitoring and evaluation practice across Indonesia development program. The Unit also supports to oversee Australian NGO Cooperation Program in Indonesia.
The Disaster and Climate Resilience works in humanitarian, disaster risk management, and climate change sectors. The unit manages implementation of the Kemitraan Indonesia-Australia untuk Kesiapsiagaan Bencana (SIAP SIAGA program) and the Embassy’s internal preparedness systems and procedures to ensure Australia can provide timely and effective humanitarian assistance in times of emergency.
Program Managers at this level report to the Senior Program Manager or Unit Manager in their respective areas and are responsible for program implementation and administration including contracting, financial management, monitoring, and reporting. They may also be required to contribute to the planning of the next phase of Australian assistance in the respective portfolios.
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