Program Associate– Supply Chain Management
JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI) is seeking
a qualified candidate for the position of Program Associate – Supply Chain
Management. This position will be based in Jakarta.
“My Choice” project is a two-and-a-half-year project
designed to contribute to the Government of Indonesia’s family planning goal to
increase the nation’s mCPR (modern Contraceptive Prevalence Rate) by addressing
barriers to supply and demand issues in 11 districts aligned with the
Indonesian government’s priorities. JSI as a sub-contractor to the Johns
Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs (JHU-CCP) is implementing
the contraceptive supply chain management component of this project that will
support demand generation and access to family planning (FP) services by
ensuring the availability of a range of contraceptive methods at Districts and
the network of FP Service Delivery Points in the selected districts. The
project is being implemented in four provinces – North Sumatra, Central Java,
South Sulawesi and DKI Jakarta.
The Program Associate
for supply chain management will be required to be based in Jakarta and
this position would require considerable travel to the field, specifically the
selected project districts. This position will report to the National Program Officer. Under the guidance of the National Program Officer
(NPO), the Program Associate is responsible for a variety of programmatic, planning and implementation
activities to support the project’s
overall goals and provide technical
assistance in the area of supply chain management.
- Will provide support as required to advance the project’s intervention activities in supply
chain management through innovative and strategic implementation
initiatives according to the organization’s compliance standards
- Assist the NPO inr the operational coordination of project
activities and delivery of results, in accordance with the project work
plans and other project activities
- Maintain the family planning supply chain database:
update the database regularly, conduct data analysis, generate reports and ensure its functionality
continues to supports the needs
of BKKBN, as well as current or potential project activities. Train and support project
staff and stakeholders on the use of the database.
- Conduct monitoring and
supportive supervision visits to project sites. Compile monitoring and
supportive supervision data regularly from all provinces to track project
indicators and provide feedback to other project staff on the project’s
progress especially related to quality and timeliness of implementation.
- Assist in preparing materials and
presentations for meetings or training’s
- Follow up the activities progress with
- Participate in various
family planning and inter sectoral forums/working groups at all levels
representing the supply chain component
- Maintain and support relationships and
communications with related government agency, partners and other key
stakeholders important to the project’s programmatic work
- Assist and function as back up to the NPO to
support the program
- Other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS and EXPERTISE DESIRED
- University degree in Public Health, Pharmacy,
Logistic Management, Business management or related field
- At least five years experience in
implementing programs, including at least two years in supply chain
management. Experience working
with public health programs is
highly desired – in particular public health commodities and logistics/supply
- Prior work experience in a non-profit
organization or donor funded project is a plus
- Knowledge and experience
working with BKKBN and
the family planning program is strongly desired.
- Excellent analytical ability, written and
verbal communication skills, ability to prepare and present
information related to public health and supply chains.
- Excellent skills and experience with Microsoft
Office applications, in particular, Word, PowerPoint, Excel (required)
- Ability to manage complex processes and
track activities and outcomes to successful conclusion; ability to adhere
to strict deadlines.
- Fluency in Bahasa
Indonesia and excellent written and spoken English is required
- Comfortable with small team environment, work
both independently with minimal supervision and effectively as part of a team member.
- Ability to travel to the
field to support activities.
HOW TO APPLY
may submit an application including CV, cover letter and three professional
references to [email protected]. Only shortlisted candidates will be
contacted. Deadline for submission is February 15, 2016.