[DevJobsIndo] Vacancy in Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund (ASB) : Partnership Coordinator in Yogyakarta

Deutschland e.V (ASB) is one of Germany‘s oldest and largest social welfare
organisations. ASB has over 200 offices in Germany and a membership of 1.1
million. Core activities include the provision of public medical and rescue
services alongside an extensive range of social service provision. Overseas,
ASB‘s Foreign Aid Department operates mainly in the fields of humanitarian
relief, return and reintegration, development and disaster risk reduction
ASB Indonesia and Philippines
aims to build resilience through inclusive and risk aware development. ASB has
been working in Indonesia, in partnership with the Indonesian Ministry of Home
Affairs, since 2006. In Indonesia ASB works directly with partners and
communities, and in support of government, to empower and build resilience
through an inclusive whole-of-community approach. The ASB Philippines Community
Resilience Programme was established at the beginning of 2015 and has the
specific objective of strengthening the resilience of communities affected by
Typhoon Haiyan via local partner led programming & increasing inclusive-DRR
practice across different levels (local to regional). The Philippines programme
is implemented through local partner led projects and is remotely managed from
Indonesia by ASB. A key component of the work that ASB does across the region
is implementing and promoting inclusive risk aware practice. ASB is also a
founding member of the Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction Network
Partnership Coordinator
Programme Development Manager (with sub-reporting to Programme Manager
for Indonesian partners)
Yogyakarta with frequent domestic and international travel
January 2016 – January 2017 (with potential for extension)
National Position
ASB offers a competitive salary package commensurate with experience
26 November 2015
The Partnership Coordinator position will be the lead role in managing
ASB partner grantee relationships for both Indonesia and the Philippines. The
Partnership Coordinator will also take a lead role in coordinating components

of the ASB Philippines programme and supporting the work of the Programme
Development Manager. This position will work closely with the Programme
Development Manager, Programme Manager and other staff and partner
organizations to ensure that ASB partners and programmes are inclusive, participatory,

accountable and follow international standards in humanitarian response and
development. They will also ensure that partners are meeting ASB and back donor

Duties & Essential Job Functions :

Coordinate all ASB Indonesia and Philippines
Partner Grant relationships and related components, including grant management,
communication, reporting, capacity and organizational development, partner
proposal development and selection and monitoring, under supervision of the
Programme Development Manager and Programme Manager.
Support the implementation
of the Indonesian and Philippines programmes, taking on coordination roles when
Support the development and
management of relationships with ASB partner organizations, networks, other
stakeholders and government.
Support monitoring,
evaluation and learning plans and processes as required, and the work of the
Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Coordinator.
Coordinate Philippines
programme administration and logistic requirements (with the support of relevant
ASB staff) as required.
Ensure partners meet ASB
financial management and reporting requirements and help ensure accountability
of the programmes as required in close collaboration with ASB Finance staff and
in accordance with ASB standard operating procedures and donor guidelines and
In charge of gathering and
maintaining partnership data (and ensuring that it is gender, age and
disability aware and desegregated) and related documentation to support
internal and external reporting.
Support the Programme
Development Manager and Programme Manager to undertake programme reporting and
external communication
Support the strengthening
of networks and sharing of skills and learning between the Philippines,
Indonesia and the region.
Take on trainer and
mentoring roles when appropriate and required for partners and other
stakeholders or ASB.
Take on a representational
role when required.
Support incorporation of
inclusive development, gender mainstreaming, disaster risk reduction and
resilience throughout programmes.
Actively promote and ensure the inclusion of at-risk groups with due
regard to gender, age, income and disability in all aspects of the programmes.
Input into ASB broader
programme/project development and work as required.
Take on other tasks as
required by the manager (in negotiation with the Partnership Coordinator).
Comply with ASB security and safety guidelines and code of conduct and
actively contribute to a safe, secure and healthy working environment for all
team members, partners and beneficiaries.
Output: The main outputs and verifiable deliverables of the
position are:
Successful management of Partner grantee
relationships with ASB Indonesia and Philippines partners.
Ensure partners meet all ASB requirements
as per partner agreements and back donor and related government requirements.
Maintenance and updating of project work plans.
Regular coordination and updates with manager,
other ASB staff, partners and when required stakeholders.
Full, clear and professional documentation in line
with ASB‘s internal operating procedures and regulations and expectations from
funding and government partners.
Skills and Experience Required
  • Minimum 5 years of relevant experience with a demonstrable track
    record of success.
  • Advanced qualification in international development, program
    management, community development, disaster risk reduction, agriculture or
    related field.
Proven experience in Partnership/Grant
Management and/or Program/project management.
Proven experience in
managing and strengthening partnerships and working with civil society
Track record in
implementing development projects.
Proven experience in
monitoring projects and partners.
Experience in one or more
program fields of: Disaster Risk Reduction, Disaster Risk Management,
Resilience, Sustainable Livelihoods and inclusive development, particularly

disability inclusion required.

  • Experience in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
    and/or facilitating learning processes and training/capacity development
    an asset,
Experience in the
Philippines an asset
High-level report writing
Good communicator.
Fluent written and spoken
English & Bahasa Indonesia required.
Willingness to travel within
Indonesia and overseas required.
Willingness to work in a
Willingness to review work
and practice and build on learning.
  • Experience with PowerPoint, Word and Excel.
  • A creative, critical, enquiring and flexible mind that is good at
    problem solving.
  • Enthusiasm, energy and an innate desire to better oneself and to
    improve the work of those around you.
  • Good cross-cultural understanding including experience
    working in multi-cultural teams and programmes.
Applicants are required to submit:
A cover letter outlining
suitability for the position.
A CV, that is no longer
then 2 pages.
An example of a written report
or equivalent in English by the applicant (note the document must have been
written solely by the applicant).
Contact details of three
Women and persons with disabilities are strongly
encouraged to apply.
Indonesian national applicants only are eligible to
to Ms. Rosvita Walanda Sitorus at [email protected] using the subject line: IDNPHL1401_PC
failure to follow the above application format will result in applications
being disregarded
Only electronic
applications accepted and only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Applications that are longer then the required page
length, or submitted beyond the due date, will not be considered.
Human Resource Development
Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund (ASB) Deutschland e.V
JL. Kaliurang Km 10
Nglaban RT04 / RW15 Sinduharjo
Ngaglik Sleman
Yogyakarta 55581 Indonesia


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