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position is for Indonesian Nationals only, based in Jakarta Office, Fixed
Term Contract for one year (extension possible). And on D level.
Project Manager on FAIR and
Green Growth Project
The job holder will manage the second phase
of scoping for FAIR partnership concept, which aims to offer a partnership
between small-holder palm oil farmers and palm oil companies that is fairer,
accountable, with improved quality product/yield and a relationship that
respect human rights. It will be involved all key stakeholders along the
palm oil value chain including investors and buyers.
The post holder will provide management and
technical assistance in particular to co-create a more accountable and
improved production/quality of yield.
S/he will work together and support two national
CSOs to ensure efficient and effective delivery of this three-year project.
Together with the Natural Resource Management Coordinator and Value Chain
and Enterprise Development Coordinator, s/he will also play a role in influencing
on issues related to the promotion of fair, sustainable and inclusive private
with partners the over-all project implementation, and monitoring-evaluation
expertise and advice to partners in dealing with technical problems in
for reviewing partners’ financial and narrative reports, and support partners
where needed to ensure high quality reporting, with support from EJ Senior
MEL Officer and Finance Officer.
regular reports and updates on the implementation of the project for donor
Relationship and Capacity Building
partners’ capacity through accompaniment and coaching, facilitating training
to develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders of FAIR partnership
especially CSOs, local governments and private sector to ensure buy in
and support to the FAIR partnership model
SKILLS AND COMPETENCE:
on the palm oil value chain issues;
understanding and experience on applying M4P approach;
substantial experience in engaging with the (local) governments and private
sector (growers of palm oil);
experience in working with and supporting national and local CSOs
least five years’ relevant experience in development and/or Program and/or
project management with international donors;
experience including in contracting, financial management, monitoring and
reporting and design of effective activities;
analytical skills and ability to think strategically;
to manage complex workloads and deliver outputs to agreed deadlines;
interpersonal skills and the ability to form productive relationships;
with human rights discourses;
understanding of gender and diversity issues and proven commitment to and
evidence of promoting gender and diversity equity;
of development issues relevant to Oxfam in Indonesia’s Program of work
university degree (essential) and/or masters (an advantage) in a relevant
in verbal and written English and demonstrated experience communicating
in these languages with a variety of audiences.
OTHER: It is considered normal for
the post holder to undertake around 10 weeks travel per year in Indonesia,
with some potential international travel, to conduct monitoring, liaise
with partners and allies, and undertake project related activities. It
is a condition of employment that staff abide by all agency security and
safety protocols, policies and procedures and the Oxfam International Security
Closing date for all applications is: July
Send your cover letter along with your CV to [email protected]
and mention the position title (PM – FAIR) in the subject
of the email.
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