The Sulu-Sulawesi Marine Eco-region (SSME) or
Sulu-Sulawesi Seascape is located in the western Indo Pacific region at the
apex of the Coral Triangle covering 1 million km² of marine and terrestrial
areas in Indonesia (North Sulawesi and East and North Kalimantan), Malaysia
(Sabah) and the Philippines. The Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs,
Fisheries and Food Security (CTI-CFF) recognizes the Sulu-Sulawesi Seascape as
one of its priority seascapes.
from the Federal German Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation,
Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), is implemented by the partner organisations
in the respective countries and GIZ under the umbrella of CTI-CFF.
priority seascape under the CTI-CFF, implement their actions within the
framework of the Regional Plan of Action (RPOA) in a more coordinated manner,
with a special focus on Marine Protected Areas (MPA), an Ecosystem Approach to
Fisheries Management (EAFM) and Climate Change Adaptation Planning.
of this project should be replicated in the three countries of the
Sulu-Sulawesi Seascape as well as the larger Coral Triangle Region in which
they are embedded.
one qualified Indonesian candidate for the following position:
CFF(Duty based in
Manado – Indonesia)
and steer the organisational and capacity development activities for the
CTI-CFF Regional Secretariat and relevant stakeholders. S/He will also work on
the improvement of coordination mechanisms among the CTI-CFF member countries
with a focus on the Sulu-Sulawesi Seascape. Further s/he will handle project
related knowledge management and dissemination of results within CTI-CFF. S/he
will liaise and work closely with all relevant CTI-CFF organs such as the
Regional Secretariat, the Heads of the Working Groups and National Coordinating
Committees (NCC) as needed. S/he will oversee and coordinate all project
activities related to CTI-CFF’s organisational and capacity development and
will be responsible for monitoring and reporting thereon. This post includes
frequent travels throughout the region.
technical guidance on organisational development for CTI-CFF Regional
Secretariat and other stakeholders.
the performance capabilities of CTI-CFF through a capacity assessment, elaboration of a capacity
development concept, and design and implementation of selected capacity
building measures such as training and other appropriate support.
- Supports the improvement of
coordinating mechanisms of the CTI-CFF.
- Supports the implementation and
institutionalization of CTI-CFF’s Monitoring and Evaluation and Knowledge
- Ensures quality of the project
sponsored measures including technical design / supervision / implementation.
the documentation and utilization of technical expertise, lessons learnt and
best practices through monitoring,
documentation and reporting of progress and results as well as contributions to
publications, technical papers, posters and PR activities.
- Establishes contacts and close
coordination with key persons in CTI-CFF Regional Secretariat, member countries
and other relevant development initiatives during project planning and
- Represents GIZ or the project in
relevant working groups and local and international meetings.
- Performs other tasks relevant to the
project or organization when the need arises (e.g. assisting/ writing
proposals); participates in task teams and other corporate entrepreneurial or
degree (Master’s or higher) in organisational/institutional development,
education, psychology, community development or any related human resource
development (or its equivalent) preferably in the field of biodiversity
conservation, coastal, fisheries or any related marine environmental management
(or its equivalent). In the absence of a master’s degree, extensive
experience (e.g. 10 years) in organizational development may potentially be
experience leading systematic/programmatic organizational and individual
capacity development programs and demonstrating pre-, mid- and
post-intervention improvement in skills through multi-year time-frames
- Previous experience of working with the Sulu-Sulawesi Marine
Ecoregion (SSME)/ Sulu-Sulawesi Seascape and/or CTI-CFF, or high impact
national, regional and global programmes related issues is an asset.
in development-related advisory services, inter-agency and international
cooperation, negotiation of partnerships, mobilization of resources and management
of programmes are especially relevant.
track record of excellent monitoring and evaluation and working
experience in aforementioned fields.
analytical and problem solving skills.
in thinking: able to think long-term implications of approaches,
decisions, and actions
to communicate and to relate with people of diverse cultures and at all levels
of a hierarchical organization and constructively cooperate with colleagues
interpersonal and communication skills, and demonstrated the ability to
effectively interact and collaborate with people in multidisciplinary teams as
well as institutions.
to transmit knowledge in a user-oriented way.
and performance oriented.
spoken and written English.
Director of SSME Interested candidates should
submit a motivation letter, CV, trainings attended and list of references
(a must), addressed to [email protected]. The closing date to submit the
application letter is on 4 September 2016.
the following code in the subject line: SSME_CTI-CFF Advisor
as follow format: [Your Complete Name]_[Motivation
Letter/CV/Latest Education Certificate]
candidates will be notified