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Vacancy Notice

Save the Children is a leading non-profit humanitarian relief and development organization working in more than 127 countries throughout the world. Our mission is to create lasting, positive change in the
lives of children in need. Currently Save the Children has an immediate need for experienced staff to be a part of our team in Jakarta.

Finance Assistant (FA-J)

The incumbent is responsible for the smooth execution of the day to day financial operations of the organization, including disbursement of funds, ensures availability of funds for day-to-day operations

Cashier (CA-J)

The incumbent is responsible to ensure that disbursements are made on their due dates within SCiIDN procedures and that payments are made to the intended beneficiary.

Receptionist (RC-J)

The incumbent is responsible to support the front office function and general services.


* Minimal bachelor degree in Finance, Accounting (FA-J, CA-J), Senior High School (RC-J)
* Minimum 1 (one) year experience in related area.
* Microsoft Office Packages (FA-J, CA-J, RC-J).
* Demonstrated ability to work independently and as a member of a team.
* Good written and verbal English and Bahasa Indonesia (FA-J, CA-J)
* Excellent interpersonal skills and pleasant personality.

Updated CV and application letter should be sent to id.recruitment@ savechildren. org Please fill the 'subject' column of the e-mails in this format: code of the position <...> - your name <...>.
Closing date for application is 5 (five) days after this advertisement (Only short-listed candidates will be notified).

Qualified Women encouraged to apply


Burnet Indonesia was established in 2002 by the Macfarlane Burnet
Institute for Medical Research and Public Health of Melbourne, Australia (Burnet Institute).  Burnet Indonesia aims to improve the health and well being of vulnerable individuals and communities in
Indonesia by developing and implementing programs based on needs  identified in partnership with local organizations (NGOs, private sector, government, and universities)

The Burnet Institute is an internationally recognized medical  research and public health agency investigating and responding to some of today's most serious viral infections such as HIV, hepatitis
and measles. The Burnet Institute is a not for profit organization, accredited by the Australian Agency for International Development as a non-government organization (NGO), and an UNAIDS Collaborating
Partner.  Globally, the Institute undertakes a diverse range of activities in the field of public health and international development with other international agencies, government agencies,
and NGOs.

We are currently seeking two Health Program Officers to be based in
either in Bali or Jakarta:

The Program Officers will be responsible for the day-to-day management of activities within specific programs, ensuring that the program is well run, and of a high quality reflecting international
best practice.  This will include:

  1. With support from the Country Representative and Program  Manager, undertake strategic planning to ensure that Burnet Indonesia’s program remains in line with Burnet Institute’s overall  ethos and direction
  2. Develop strategic alliances and relationships with government  bodies, national and local partners to enable the effective implementation of Burnet’s program
  3. Oversee some of Burnet Indonesia’s program initiatives to ensure high quality and timely delivery on all contractual and programmatic obligations.
  4. Build the capacity of local organizations through training, mentoring and support
  5. Facilitate and co-facilitate training activities
  6. Proactively participate in the identification and acquisition of new program initiatives and support.

Essential criteria:

  1. Post-graduate qualifications and 3 years relevant experience  or Bachelors degree and 5 years relevant work experience
  2. One position will require experience in HIV prevention, care and support programs and/or drug use issues
  3. Experience of managing health program activities
  4. Proven and demonstrable training and facilitations skills
  5. Familiarity and competence in utilising participatory and  skills-building training methodologies
  6. Excellent skills in written and spoken English and the  capacity to communicate often complex and sensitive issues to a wide audience
  7. Strong report writing skills
  8. Ability to meet critical deadline
  9. Proven problem-solving and negotiation skills
  10. Willing to spend a significant amount of time in the field

Applicants should send a covering letter along with updated curriculum vitae to: ferny@burnetindonesia.org. Please quote the following reference:  PO-Health

The closing deadline is 4th January 2009

Please note only electronic applications will be accepted and only short listed candidates will be contacted.

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