AO Vacancy – National Coordinator for the Project GCP/RAS/289/GFF – ENABLING TRANSBOUNDARY COOPERATION FOR SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF THE INDONESIAN SEAS

FAO Indonesia is currently looking for a high qualified candidate to fill in the post of National Coordinators/Advisors for Indonesia to support the implementation of project GCP/RAS/289/GFF – Enabling Transboundary Cooperation for Sustainable Management of the Indonesian Seas. Please refer to the below Term of Reference.National Coordinators / Advisors for
Indonesia
Role: To support the
participation of MMAF and MAF in the project and to facilitate coordination
with the Regional Coordination Unit (RCU, described below), MMAF and MAF will
each establish a National Project Coordination Unit (NPCU). 
In Indonesia, MMAF will designate an existing
staff member to lead the NPCU (seconded on a part-time basis) as the
National
Project Coordinator
, with support from various technical and administrative
staffThe NPCUs will be responsible for oversight of the implementation of the
project at national and site levels, in close collaboration with the RCU and
relevant national authorities, and they will report to the relevant Ministries
and the RCU.
  Specifically, he/she will:

  • Assist the RCU to recruit and manage the work of
    consultants and other experts;
  • Support the RCU in technical administrative, quarterly
    report, work plan and annual report;
  • Work closely with the RCU to overall technical
    oversight to the work of the Field Coordinators and Local Experts to implement
    the project’s work plan in a consistent and coherent manner;
  • Report progress made by the project and provide
    regular updates to the RCU and national executing agencies.
  • Ensure that all national inputs and processes required
    for the development of the Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis (TDA), the
    Strategic Action Programme (SAP) and other activities agreed upon under the GEF
    project document are adequately prepared and carried out.
  • In consultation with the RCU, identify consultants to
    undertake national level assignments in accordance with the approved Annual
    Work Plan, and submit all required documentation to the RCU for their approval
    and contracting;
  • Support the RCU in monitoring and supervising the work
    of the above consultants, and as far as possible, ensuring the timely and responsive
    delivery of contracted outputs;
  • Provide assistance and support to staff of the RCU or
    regional consultants visiting, or engaged in assignments in, his/her country of
    responsibility, including preparing itineraries, appointments and assisting with
    travel and other logistical arrangements;
  • In consultation with the RCU and the national
    executing agency, determine dates, agendas, budgets and participation for
    national workshops, and upon approval of these plans by the RCU, undertake the
    organization and conduct of the workshops;
  • Ensure adequate communication of national activities
    to all stakeholders, including government, private sector and NGOs, and invite
    and encourage the participation of stakeholders in national activities and
    consultations when appropriate;Requisites: The National
    Coordinator / Advisor shall be a senior official or expert in the field of
    fisheries and/or the marine environment nominated by the national Government
    and technically cleared by FAO. He/she shall have at least 10 years of
    demonstrable experience in the scientific and technical fields of fisheries
    (including aquaculture) and have a sound knowledge of environmental issues
    affecting coastal and marine resources. He/she shall have strong leadership
    capabilities, experience with regional fisheries bodies/agencies and possess
    proven experience in the administration and management of complex programmes,
    as well as having strong written and oral communication skills in English.Collaboration: The National
    Coordinator shall communicate and/or meet with the Regional Project Coordinator
    on a regular basis to ensure timely delivery of national inputs and to request
    assistance to address any problems that may arise during the course of the
    process, including the identification and recruitment of specialists
    unavailable within the country. He/she will also collaborate closely with any
    organization or individual undertaking an approved ISLME regional activity or
    study which requires action or input.Duration and Commitment: The minimum period of appointment of the National Coordinator /
    Advisor shall be two years with possible extension up to 4 years subject to good evaluation of the performance.Duty Station: Jakarta (to be confirmed)

How to Apply :*
Please submit your application Letter and CV in English* Submit to : FAO-ID@fao.org* Deadline for submission is 4 July 2017* Only the qualified candidate will be
proceed

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