Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP), USAID/Indonesia Harmoni, Jakarta, Indonesia
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The four-year USAID-funded Harmoni activity will promote tolerance and inclusion and reduce the risk of violent extremism. Harmoni will focus support on interventions that are narrowly targeted towards communities and individuals most at risk of radicalization, with a mandate to build the resilience of key Indonesian institutions – governmental, civil society, religious, and community-based – that represent the frontline in preventing violent extremism in Indonesia.
**Please note: Only Indonesian nationals are eligible for this position.**
**The deadline for applications is July 10, 2018.**
The deputy chief of party (DCOP) will support the chief of party (COP) in overall project leadership, management and technical direction of the Harmoni project. S/he will also oversee the effective operation of finance, human resources, security and logistics/travel and procurement functions, ensuring these functions are fully aligned with programmatic priorities and objectives. This is a long-term, full-time position based in Jakarta. MSI expects that the Harmoni project will begin in July 2018.
- Provide support to the COP and technical team with implementation, management, client engagement and coordination between partners, government counterparts, and other implementing partners.
- Oversee the effective operation of human resources, finance, grants, procurement and other office administration functions. Work with functional directors to ensure that these units’ activities are working in harmony with the technical objectives and comply with MSI and USAID policies/regulations.
- Contribute to the overall program planning, monitoring, and reporting to assess Harmoni’s progress. Coordinate communication with project partners.
- Work with the M&E officer to review and refine M&E plans and data collection tools; contribute to periodic reports.
- Serve as acting COP in his/her absence.
- Master’s degree in a relevant subject such as development studies, business administration or a social science.
- Minimum of eight (8) years professional experience in international development with at least four years of experience in leadership positions managing development project operations in a programmatic and/or operational capacity.
- At least three years of dedicated experience managing operations and financial administration of USAID-funded projects. Experience overseeing procurements, grants and service contracts in compliance with donor regulations, with knowledge of USAID regulations.
- Demonstrated experience in programs requiring community-level engagement.
- Strong leadership and communication skills and ability to manage and be flexible in difficult and challenging circumstances.
- Fluency in spoken and written English and Bahasa.
Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
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