RTI International Vacancy: District Coordinator based in East Java (4 Persons)

The USAID project Prioritazing Reform, Innovation and Opportunities for Reaching Indonesia’s Teachers, Administrators, and Students (PRIORITAS) is focusing on capacity building and quality improvements for teacher training institutions (TTI) and for non-academic, pre-service teacher training providers. PRIORITAS is building the capacity of schools and MoEC, MORA national, provincial and district offices together with pre- and in-service teacher training organizations to coordinate, plan and train.
The PRIORITAS is currently seeking qualified individuals with wide networking among local government and schools to fill the positions of the
District Coordinator (4 persons)
These positions to be based in East Java (Batu City, Banyuwangi, Jombang and Lamongan)
The District Coordinator's responsibilities may include:
1.    Keep relevant district level stakeholders including the District Education and Religious Affairs offices, Bappeda, the local parliament and Dewan Pendidikan  informed of PRIORITAS activities
2.    Work with the District Education Office and District Ministry of Religious Affairs to plan and implement USAID PRIORITAS activities including:
  • Teacher and School Management Training
  • District Level Management Capacity Building
3.    Make regular visits at least once per month during school term time to USAID PRIORITAS Partner Schools to monitor the impact of the program
4.    Coordinate and support the work of District Facilitators in implementing project programs
5.    Support provincial and central project staff in impleemnting activities during visits to the district
6.    Give feedback to provincial project staff on successes, problems and lessons learned implementing the project
7.    Ensure that appropriate documentation and reports to support the implementation of project activities are prepared in a timely manner


  minimum education at the  D3 level,  preferably in education or social science;
  1. at least five years of work experience in the education/community development sector or another similar donor project
  2. capacity to establish and/or extend working networks with local government and non-government partners within districts;
  3. Experience in managing training activities
  4. Skills with computer literate, particularly the following software packages: Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and e-mail.
  5. A good work ethic and strong desire to complete tasks in a timely manner as directed.
  6. Ability to effectively organize, prioritize work assignments, and work well under pressure to meet deadlines
  7. Ability to work independently and as a team member
  8. Ability to appreciate international diversity and to establish effective working relationships with international clients
  9. Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with supervisor and project staff
  10. Commitment to basic principles of equity and to broader RTI ethical guidelines.
  11. Have Basic English proficiency.
Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications to:

Not later than August 31, 2014
All candidates are requested to write down the position and name in subject line of email and specify their availability date in the CV. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.