Purpose of the Position
The Executive Director will lead the Executive Office and the partnership platforms operations. He/she will act as representative of CSP to third parties and will ensure that the running of the Executive Office and the five regional forum are in accordance with CSP vision and mission, the CSP Road Map, and the approved annual work plan and budget.
Supervisory Board Chairman
Makassar with frequent travel to Jakarta and cocoa production areas in Indonesia.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
· Lead the Executive Office team to facilitate the accomplishment of the partnership platforms work plan and budget in the spirit of partnership, honesty, and balance;
· Initiate engagement and maintain relationship with related high level government officials at national level. Ensure government continuous support to CSP and its members programs;
· Suggest and advice the Supervisory Board on areas of improvement of CSP and Executive Office operations as well as on cocoa sustainability issues as input to the Supervisory Board to develop strategic decision for CSP;
· Support the General Assembly (GA) chairman in managing the General Assembly meetings and maintain communication with CSP members;
· Support the GA chairman and the Executive Office Program Manager in facilitating the activities of regional cocoa forums in order to capture local key issues related to cocoa sustainability and ensuring that it is escalated to the national forum for solution findings;
· Lead fundraising activities and member acquisition to make CSP financially sustainable and independent;
· Represent CSP in stakeholder networks, meetings and events, promoting the organization in a way it enhances the good reputation of the organization and the trust of potential and current members, donors, government and non-government organizations, and industry stakeholders;
· Create and nurture stakeholder’s engagement, discussions and dialogue to enhance public-private partnership in the sector;
· Develop and manage annual work plan and budget;
· Produce narrative annual and semi-annual reports as required by donors and CSP management.
· Masters degree in the following or related fields: agriculture, agribusiness, rural development, governance, or sustainability;
· 10 years working experience in managing cocoa, agriculture, sustainable supply chain, sustainable development, public-private partnership, governance or related development programs;
· Strong leadership, management, communication, negotiation skills with results oriented and able to work under-pressure and tight deadlines;
· Ability to adapt to changes.;
· Have experience working in multi-stakeholder and public private partnership settings for certain commodities will be an advantage;
· Strong English with ability to write and produce reports in English and Bahasa Indonesia.
Please send your Letter of Interest and CV by email to email@example.com with subject: “Executive Director”, the latest by May 19th, 2017. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.
For more info about CSP please visit www.csp.or.id