MCA Indonesian Job Vacancy: Associate Director, (Grant) Partnerships – Jakarta

Posting Job


July 30, 2016

Expired Job


June 2, 2020



Challenge Account – Indonesia (MCA-Indonesia) is a trustee institution
that represents the Government of Indonesia to implement a five-year
(2013-2018) Millennium Challenge
Corporation’s Compact Program, a major pillar of the United
States-Indonesia Comprehensive Partnership and the largest single pledge
made by the United States to Indonesia to date.

has three projects under Compact Program: Green Prosperity,
Community-based Health and Nutrition to Reduce Stunting and Procurement
Modernization. Our projects are
designed, managed and implemented by Indonesians, for the Indonesian
people. Our most important development work happens where it should be:
the districts and the villages.
Our goal is to reduce poverty through economic growth. Our
program is country-driven, reform-centered, and results-focused in order
to maximize its effectiveness and long-term sustainability.

To reach the goal, MCA-Indonesia is seeking highly dynamic and deliverable-oriented professionals for a better Indonesia:

Associate Director, (Grant) Partnerships

Associate Director reports to the GP Director, and is expected to
provide the overall management leadership for the Partnership Grant
portfolio that includes: managing resources
to ensure effective implementation; advancing dialogues and engaging
with relevant national and sub-national counterparts/programs to ensure
collaboration and synergy; responding to project’s issues and mitigating
risks; and managing the closeout of each project
and the exit strategy for the overall portfolio.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Work
    with the GP Facility (GPF) – The primary support function within Green
    Prosperity Team for managing contractual relationships with the grantees
    on the execution of
    grant-funded activities that includes: overall oversight for compliance
    against contractual terms and conditions; technical review and quality
    of project milestones and deliverables; and management of the grant
  • Actively
    Involved in the planning exercise of each individual project as well as
    at the portfolio level, and ensure that GP Facility’s and
    MCA-Indonesia’s resources are
    sufficiently allocated and properly managed to support effective
    implementation. The Associate Director is expected to enforce the use of
    the full-suite of MCA-Indonesia’s planning and project management tools
    which include but not limited to, QRD – a budget-driven
    planning tool; PMIS for managing project schedule, tasking orders and
    documentation on-line; procurement plan; and travel plan.
  • Provide
    close oversight for each project’s implementation and the overall
    portfolio (e.g. through progress meetings or join filed visits and other
    means of monitoring and
    evaluation) and keep track of progress, timeline and quality of each
    grant-funded activities. The Associate Director is expected to be
    proactive in identifying key challenges and work with grantees and other
    national and sub-national counterparts as relevant
    to resolve them (issues are managed and risks are mitigated). The scope
    may include but not limited to administrative and technical, as well as
    bureaucracy, regulatory and policy issues and other external issues
    faced by the projects.
  • ……………

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