USAID CEGAH, is a 5-year program dedicated towards strengthening Indonesia’s Community of Accountability. This includes components on rule of law strengthening, accountability and anti-corruption, public service integrity, access to information and civil society strengthening. The program, currently in its second year, is expanding its programming to the cross-section of anti-corruption and countering terrorism and violent social movements and organizations and is seeking a Senior Advisor who would serve on the team to guide this new programming area as well as providing direct technical assistance to the Government of Indonesia and CEGAH’s civil society partners.
Senior Advisor will report to the Chief of Party and work close with him and existing program managers to bolster USAID CEGAH’s ability to address problems with violent social movements through anti-corruption programming. This could be adjusting existing programming or designing new programmatic engagements.
Work with Chief of Party and Component Managers to adjust existing and design new programming to reduce the ability of violent social movements to organize and operate
Provide direct technical advice and programming to Government of Indonesia institutions
Provide quality control on programming seeking to counter violent social movements that is implemented through CSO and private sector partners
Provide technical oversight over specialized consultants engaged in technical assistance and training
Provide technical input on CEGAH internal discussions around relevant programming
Provide regular oral and written updates on key countering violent social movement activities and events to MSI and USAID
Provide inputs on quarterly and annual reports as well as other communication products.
At least seven (7) years of relevant work experience as a consultant, academic/researcher, or in law enforcement/relevant government agency working on relevant themes
Relevant educational background
Excellent knowledge of countering terrorism and violent social movements in Indonesia and preferably some knowledge of parallel experiences in other countries
Diverse and close network of relevant actors in government, civil society, and academia
A good understanding of Indonesia’s anti-corruption environment and programming
Can-do attitude, responsiveness, willingness and ability to function in fluid and flexible environment
Excellent English language proficiency in writing and speech
Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required.
NB: position is subject to funding approval
Application should include a CV (including three references) and contact information by November 09, 2017 at the latest. Please send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
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