Technical Lead for Institutional Management (TLIM)

Scope of Work

USAID TEMAN LPDP

Technical Lead for Institutional Management (TLIM)

 

Indonesian International Education Foundation (IIEF) is seeking a TLIM for USAID TEMAN LPDP project. IIEF is an Indonesian institution with long-standing experience in designing and implementing various global and national programs in education and capacity building, including significant experience in serving as the USAID contractor for some notable projects. IIEF is committed to promoting the development of the Indonesian people and institutions by expanding access to opportunity, and it offers expertise in scholarship and fellowship management, educational services, institutional capacity building, and testing and certification. For more information about IIEF, please visit www.iief.or.id

 

Project and Position Description

USAID TEMAN LPDP or USAID Technical and Management Support to Lembaga Pengelola Dana Pendidikan is a five-year project aiming to enhance the effectiveness of Indonesian scholarship providers using LPDP’s funding or other funding, to strengthen its capacity to manage scholarships, build university networks, and undertake sustainable system-level reforms of policies and practices. The goal of this project is to increase the number of Indonesian students receiving scholarships to U.S. non-degree and degree programs.

TLIM shall be responsible for identifying, developing, and jointly agreeing to any potential interventions that improve the management of Government of Indonesia’s scholarship providers, including the plan for institutional capacity-building activities. In addition, s/he must work to strengthen the existing university network and seek opportunities to increase the number of U.S. universities included in the Indonesian Scholarship Providers lists of accepted U.S. non-degree and non-degree programs that meet their criteria.

 

Principal Responsibilities

  • Plan, develop, and facilitate activities in strategic planning, human resources development, business re-engineering, and adaptive management practices to support organizational strengthening and capacity-building efforts of Indonesia scholarship providers.[1]
  • Design and facilitate training sessions to support the scholarship provider’s strategic direction and address identified organizational development needs.
  • Identify, develop, and facilitate talent development core capacity building training and workshops that will increase and expand their technical and leadership competencies and skills.
  • Transfer knowledge on institutional management, while developing a matrix milestone for institutional management to measure achievements in adopting and implementing the best practices from the institutional management activities.
  • Document findings of the study and prepare recommendations for implementation of new systems, procedures, or program changes.
  • Monitor and report on the progress of activities.
  • Use the context and approach of USAID’s Human Institutional Capacity Development (HICD) to develop the program strategy and activities for institutional management.
  • Support the development of SOP, Guidance, and other foundational documents for the institutional management, as needed.

 

Qualifications

  • A minimum master’s degree in related fields.
  • At least five years of relevant experience working with public institutional development.
  • Significant experience in providing technical assistance for administrative and operational reforms.
  • Proven problem-solving and analytical skills.
  • Ability to work effectively with people at all levels.
  • Familiarity with the Gender Equality, Disability and Social Inclusion (GEDSI) Principles would be an advantage.
  • Understanding the institutional framework for the Indonesian Human Resource legal system would be a major advantage.
  • Executive coaching certification would be preferred.
  • Strong communication skills, both interpersonal and written, in Bahasa and English.

 

Application Instructions

To apply, please send your updated CV to [email protected], cc: [email protected], and specify “TLIM” in the subject line. Deadline: Friday, April 12, 2024.

This is a full-time position and will be based in Jakarta. The position is open to Indonesian citizens only. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

The salary offer will be based on professional experiences and IIEF salary standard.

[1] A learning organization is an entity that fosters a culture of continuous learning and knowledge creation at all levels. It is an organizational paradigm that recognizes the importance of adapting to change, acquiring new knowledge, and leveraging insights to improve performance and achieve strategic objectives. In a learning organization, learning is not limited to formal training programs or individual activities; it becomes an embedded aspect of the organizational culture and processes. The entire organization is engaged in acquiring, sharing, and applying knowledge, with a focus on innovation, collaboration, and the ability to respond quickly to challenges and opportunities. Learning organizations promote open communication, experimentation, and reflection, valuing the collective intelligence and learning capacity of their employees.

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