Current Hiring Practices and Trends in the Development Sector
- BY David Mackenzie
The anticipated, four-year USAID-funded activity will increase the resilience of key Indonesian institutions and communities against the rise of violent extremism in Indonesia. The activity will focus on community resilience, rehabilitation of extremists and migrant worker resilience by identifying drivers of violent extremism in Indonesia and partnering with local organizations to implement countering violent extremism (CVE) activities. The project’s head office will be based in Jakarta.
The chief of party (COP) is responsible for the technical management and administration of the project. In coordination with USAID/Indonesia, s/he will supervise all project staff and provide oversight of the grant portfolio, ensuring that procedures are established and compiled for grant development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and grant closing. The candidate will be capable of providing the leadership and diplomacy required for implementing the project with USAID, MSI and local partners, and instill the necessary confidence in key personnel or component heads to directly brief and update USAID on project operations, performance, monitoring, research and analysis.
Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
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