Outreach and Monitoring Technical Officer for JMT (deadline extended)

Informasi Lowongan kerja Outreach and Monitoring Technical Officer for JMT (deadline extended) – Association of Southeast Asian Nations.

ASEAN and Japan enjoy long years of solid and beneficial relations as “partners thinking together, acting

together, and sharing a future vision” and this strategic partnership will be enduring. Japan has been a major

development partner and contributor for more than three decades to the political, economic and social

development of ASEAN.

The Japan-ASEAN Integration Fund (JAIF) was officialy established in March 2006, based on the pledge

from then Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi at the Ninth ASEAN-Japan Summit held in December

2005 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to assist the integration of ASEAN through the ASEAN-Japan cooperation

funds.

JAIF aims at supporting integration efforts to create the ASEAN Community by facilitating the practical

adoption of the three blueprints for the ASEAN Community, the ASEAN Political Security Community (APSC),

ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), and ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community (ASCC), as well as the Initiative

for ASEAN Integration Work Plan III that focuses on narrowing development gaps among ASEAN Member

States and promoting greater cooperation between ASEAN and Japan.

ASEAN and the Government of Japan (GOJ) agreed to set up JAIF Management Team (JMT) at the ASEAN

Secretariat (ASEC) in Jakarta in February 2011 to enhance ef ective utilization of JAIF in support of ASEAN

Community building and integration ef orts.

Specifically, the roles of the JMT include but not limited to:

1) To be a contact point for general enquiries from proponents;

2) To assist in formulating and reviewing project proposals; provide input to improve proposals on financial

and procedural matters, in close coordination with proponents, the GOJ and the relevant Officers of the

ASEC;

3) To monitor the progress in JAIF supported projects and keep track of the progress by updating JAIF

Supported Project Matrix and JAIF database on a monthly basis; and

4) To update financial balance of JAIF on a monthly basis.

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The JMT reports to the ASEAN Japan Joint Cooperation Committee Working Group (AJJCC-WG).

Qualified Indonesian Citizens or ASEAN Nationals who are currently employed with an authorized working

permit in Indonesia are invited to apply for the advertised position.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The TECHNICAL OFFICER (OUTREACH AND MONITORING) shall be ASEC Officer-level position to assist

the Senior Programme Officer (Outreach and Monitoring)/Programme Coordinators in handling all aspects

of JMT activities particularly in the areas of outreach and monitoring. The Technical Officer (Outreach and

Monitoring) will:

1. Provide technical coordination and support primarily with respect to the outreach and monitoring activities

for JAIF Programmes/Projects including the development of JAIF Website and monitoring knowledge

products.

2. Provide support in managing the day-to-day data update of the JAIF Programmes/Projects, including the

preparation of monthly JAIF Matrix and update of JAIF Project Status Database and JAIF Monitoring and

Evaluation (M&E) Database.

3. Provide support in developing and preparing the JAIF monitoring knowledge products including

assistance during actual onsite activities such as data col ection.

4. Support the preparation required for meetings, events, and deployment of the prospective external

consultants involved in outreach and monitoring related activities of JAIF Programmes/Projects:

  • Coordinate with the concerned ASEC Divisions, Proponents/Implement Agencies and

ASEAN/GOJ;

  • Facilitate and provide primary technical support and coordination for the relevant activities;
  • Monitor and fol ow-up the progress of relevant activities; and
  • Maintain documentation and record, check the accuracy and completeness of relevant

documents.

5. Perform other relevant duties commensurate with the post and as assigned by the Director and/or higher

authorities of the JMT.

Qualifications and Experiences:

  • Bachelor’s/Postgraduate degree in an area relevant to programme management or

development assistance with minimum four (4) years of experiences with programme management

and/or outreach activities in international/regional agencies or government setting. Solid

understanding of international and regional issues, knowledge of ASEAN programmes and

activities.

Knowledge

of

ASEAN-Japan strategic relations is an advantage.

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  • Demonstrable experience in handling of database such as the storage, management and

dissemination of information.

  • Ability to undertake field missions.
  • Experiences conducting training or presentations and developing communication products in

English.

  • Experiences in supporting the process and/or analysis of primary and secondary data from

development projects would be required.

  • Proven ability for accuracy under pressure and adherence to deadlines.
  • Demonstrated sound oral and written communication skills in English and sound

interpersonal skills, including experience in cross-cultural environment and international

settings.

  • Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain sound working relationships with stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated commitment to collaborative work practices.
  • Competency in computer skills with adequate knowledge of Microsoft Office and Outlook where

relevant to the position.

  • Experiences in working for JAIF related programs/projects will be an asset.

Remuneration and Benefits:

An attractive lump-sum remuneration will be of ered commensurate with experience and qualification of

the candidate.

The successful candidate will initial y be contracted until 31 December 2024, subject to a six-month

probation period. Renewal of contract beyond 31 December 2024 will be subject to continuation of the

project to be agreed by ASEAN Member States and the Government of Japan taking into account

satisfactory performance of the Appointee and agreement among the Government of Japan, ASEAN

Secretariat, and Appointee. Successful candidate is expected to be on-board as soon as possible.

How to apply:

Send your application to ighlighting your suitability and potential contribution to

the position together with a detailed CV, including a recent passport-sized photograph and certified true

copies of educational certificates obtained, and completed Employment Application Form, which can be

downloaded a

Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Please indicate on the subject heading: Application for Outreach and Monitoring Technical Officer

for JMT.

Application papers should reach the ASEAN Secretariat by 17 January 2020.The Selection Committee’s

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