The SD-PPLA will lead CARE’s shift toward more partnership based roles and business model in Indonesia. CARE’s roles focus on becoming a more equal and effective partner; a collaborative influencer and advocate for change; and a convenor of a humanitarian partnership network. To do this, the SD-PPLA will lead efforts to attract and cultivate capacities, capabilities and ways of working and communicating that enable CARE to take on these roles. S/he will be responsible for relationship building, coordination with donor representatives, Government officials, partners and other stakeholders at field level and in Jakarta and will manage the communications contractual issues with donors and CARE International Members. The SD-PPLA will work closely with the CEO, the Senior Director Fin-SST and Program Managers to move toward more strategic relationships with donors and to ensure continued accountability.
The SD-PPLA plays a critical role in CII’s transition to an independent and financially viable organization by leading program development efforts to raise restricted program resources from private sector, institutional donors in Indonesia and in partnership with other CI members.
S/He will ensure that appropriate operating systems are in place and continuously appraised, and modifications are implemented to ensure the effectiveness and coherence of CII’s programs and collaboration with other stakeholders working on similar issues and in the region.
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About CARE Indonesia:
CARE has been operating in Indonesia since 1967, initially working in food distribution, small infrastructure projects, health, environment, and water and sanitation. In the wake of a series of shocks in the late 1990s that included the 1997 financial crisis and widespread drought, CARE Indonesia redirected its focus towards emergency programming. Today, CARE’s core activities in Indonesia include emergency response and disaster risk reduction; environment, natural resource management and climate change; health; livelihoods; water, sanitation and hygiene; and child rights.
Founded in 1945, CARE is a leading international humanitarian organization fighting global poverty. In over 80 countries, CARE works with the poorest communities to improve basic health and education, enhance rural livelihoods and food security, increase access to clean water and sanitation, expand economic opportunity, help vulnerable people adapt to climate change and provide lifesaving assistance during emergencies. CARE places special focus on working alongside women and girls, living in poverty, because, equipped with the proper resources, women and girls have the power to help whole families and entire communities escape poverty.
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If you are someone who thrives on challenge, loves to be part of a dynamic team and you are passionate about making a difference, then this opportunity is for you. Please apply directly at this link CLICK HERE soon as possible as interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis. Applications will be accepted until May 31st 2018.
Applications will be reviewed on a regular basis and the position will remain posted until a qualified candidate is selected.