DRR Program Manager – Catholic Relief Services

1. The Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) Program Manager will be responsible for the overall implementation of DRR program according to the approved proposal, Detail Implementation Plan (DIP) and Project framework (Proframe). in Jakarta and Bogor
2. Supervises, mentors and coaches the DRR Field Officer to ensure adherence to agency and country program standards, guidance, and best practices particularly in DRR.
3. Identifies staff training and capacity development needs related to the implementation of DRR projects and to ensure training to staff in all aspects of project planning, approaches, concepts, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
4. Supports CRS country program’s proposal development growth efforts and lead strategic relationships with implementing partners, government agencies, and NGOs working in the DRR sector.
5. The PM will represent CRS in coordination with project consortium member, represent CRS in DRR program coordination and partnership activities at national and district level and also lead technical design of DRR interventions in collaboration with CRS, partner staff and other key stakeholders.
6. On Budget management, the PM will manage and maintain the project budget, and tracks the project expenses regularly and coordinate with the CRS finance staff and partners to carry out budget planning for the project: make cast forecast, analyze budget comparison report (BCR) and assist in financial reporting.
7. Lead project staff and partners on data collection and analysis through participatory needs /assessments, baseline surveys, and end of project surveys in accordance with CRS MEAL Policies and Procedures
8. Prepare timely reports on a regular basis in accordance with CRS’ and/or donors’ reporting requirements.

· Graduate in social science or related field, Master’s Degree in Development, Social Science, DRR Science is preferable.
· At least 7 years professional experience in the technical area of DRR in management position, preferably in international NGOs
· Strong skills and track record in proposal and report writing (in English)
· Demonstrates good networking in this emerging technical field within Indonesia.
· He/she should have professional skill and knowledge on advocacy to government, protection and gender mainstreaming in the project.
· Demonstrates knowledge of and experience with best practices for emergency preparedness and DRR, in variety of operational contexts.
· Ability to design training materials and modules, and facilitate trainings.
· Familiarity with current approaches and guidelines for M&E, impact measurement and accountability in humanitarian & development sectors.
· Demonstrates qualities of oral and written communication skills, cultural sensitivity; ability to work in teams, and operate in emergency environments
Required Foreign Language: Proficiency in English, both oral and writing. (mandatory)

Required Travel:
CRS Indonesia currently working in DKI Jakarta, West Java, NTT, East Java, Bali and Lombok, Central Kalimantan and Central Sulawesi on disaster preparedness and climate change adaptation project. In the event of a CRS emergency response, all CRS Indonesia staff may be requested to travel to CRS project areas if necessary and/or deployed to other parts of the country.

Only applications that meet the above qualifications will be shortlisted. All applications and CVs, should be sent by email to CRS Indonesia at Indonesia_HR@crs.org before or by November 17th, 2017.

“Only short-listed candidates will be invited via e-mail/phone for Interview”

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