Lowongan DAI - Municipal Waste Recycling Program (MWRP) looking for

Title: Country Liaison – Indonesia 
Location: Jakarta, Indonesia 
LOE: 10-15 days per month for 12 months
Period of Performance: September 2019 – September 2020, renewable
Reports to: MWRP Chief of Party 

To support MWRP, the DIG team continues to identify and work with key stakeholders in the plastic waste stream (notably NGOs, private sector, municipal government representatives, environmental advocates, service providers, academics, etc.). DIG has developed an understanding of the problems and opportunities related to plastic waste entering the environment, as well as current waste management practices, and the roles of local government and of beneficiaries. Ongoing activities will seek to identify potential grantees by understanding the local context, solutions that have emerged, and engage people in the sector while visiting relevant sites. With the APS issued and initial grants awarded, DIG needs ongoing intermittent support to liaise with active and potential grantees and stakeholders. 

Specific tasks include: 
1. Provide logistical and administrative support to DIG in advance of and during travel in Indonesia, including to set-up meetings and organize local transportation, in coordination with DIG or DIG visitors; 
2. Assist DIG with pre-grant award activities including communicating with selected Apparently Successful grantees, facilitating responses to inquiries related to the APS announcement, liaising with local MWRP board advisors, and for related activities as directed by DAI or DIG representatives. 
3. After grants have been awarded, provide ongoing project management (assistance and oversight of grantees and their projects) in Indonesia, in coordination with Bryan Winston. 
4.. Serve as local point person on-the-ground to questions from DIG, DAI, or USAID. Provide technical feedback to DIG and DAI representatives on environmental, MSWM, recycling, and M&E topics, in coordination with Henri Disselkoen.
5. Visit the grantees on a quarterly basis for monitoring and evaluation, in coordination with Henri Disselkoen. Discuss the checklist of questions/checks with each Henri and Bryan.
6. Call the national project managers of all MWRP projects on a monthly basis, regularly on a fixed day and time (between Monday-Wednesday), on progress made in the projects, milestones, bottlenecks, and concerns, or on events to come, etc., in coordination with Bryan Winston or Sharifa Pastori.
7. Send each month to DIG Representatives (Henri Disselkoen, Bryan Winston, Sharifa Pastori, and Richard Pyle), by Wednesday COB local time: (i) progress bullets of MWRP grantees, and (ii) relevant news articles (e.g. new regulations of plastics, government crises, etc.), in coordination with Sharifa Pastori or Richard Pyle.
8. Review incoming applications and concept notes.
9. Develop Success Stories from grantee interventions across Indonesia, which includes traveling to grantee sites, asking questions to gather information on work being done, and drafting the Success Stories for DIG’s review.

· As directed for travel: Agenda for DIG travelers, with names, titles, addresses, and contact details; support DIG to procure logistics services. 
· Monthly report detailing tasks completed and updates on all grantees and Indonesia affairs, as applicable. 
· Grants management or M&E and Environmental assessment reports for each grantee as requested.

· Minimum of six years of work experience in environmental assessments/audits, engineering, solid waste management, water and sanitation, or other environmental areas;
· Knowledge of local municipal basic services, solid waste management, and recycling and the Government of Indonesia environmental agencies; 
· Prior experience working on projects funded by international organizations;
· Bachelor or Master’s Degree; preferably in an environment, communication, or economic subject;
· Excellent writing skills and report writing in English;
· Fluency in English;
· Computer literacy and strong experience with MS Office programs; and
· Ability to work in a cooperative manner with a small program team.

Working Conditions:
· Must work remote;
· Readiness to work additional hours if necessary; and
· Willingness to travel within Asia for periods up to two weeks.

Application Instruction:
Interested applicant are invited to send their CV by following this link https://fs9.formsite.com/daisuppliers/fh3tg0mrsn/index.html

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