KEHATI Foundation Job Vacancy: Monitoring and Reporting Officer, Jakarta - Indonesian

Job Title: Monitoring and Reporting Officer
Unit: Monitoring and Evaluation
Supervisor: Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Specialist
Location: Jakarta Office
Duration: May 2017 – Mar 2018

  • Review and analyze CBRNM Grants Progress Report as regularly as well as lessons learnt throughout the project cycle into Grant Program Manager (GPM) Portfolio Progress Reports
  • Review and ensure the CBRNM Grants Progress Report equipped by supporting document reflected evidence of activity completion.
  • Ensure that any/all standardized documentation incorporates data/information required to comply with GPM and MCA-Indonesia monitoring requirements
  • Ensure that data/information is entered into the project database as required and that the database is regularly updated
  • Aggregates all monthly qualitative and quantitative data from Grantees, Regional Offices into PMIS (web-based application for project management information system developed by MCA Indonesia)
  • Assist the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Specialist, and work closely with ESS Specialist, SGIP Specialist, SSRE Specialist, SSI Specialist, Grant Management Specialist, CBTA Specialist, CBNRM Specialist, and other crosscutting specialist or experts.
  • Conduct support visits on a regular basis and report findings to M&E Specialist.
  • Support in quarterly and annual coordination meetings assess the implementation of activities and progress towards the results and to formulate concrete recommendations to ensure the achievement of the expected results;
  • Provide technical assistance on monitoring, data collection and reporting to relevant team member of grantee
Graduate level diploma/ degree in Forestry or other relevant field in specialized area (monitoring and evaluating program and reporting) or related area;

Experience & Skills Personal:
  • Minimum of 5 (five) years’ experience working in a monitoring and reporting role in a donor funded or community program setting.
  • Well-developed report writing skills; demonstrated experience in preparing program reports for diverse audiences including program management; community stakeholders; government and donor agencies.
  • Proven experience in partnering with program teams to ensure the program reporting work flow requirements are met.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; able to make complex data simple, able to communicate effectively with youth, work colleagues and high level government audiences.
Competitive salary and appropriate benefits will be offered to the selected candidate. Interested applicants must submit a cover letter and latest resume (CV) before 06 May 2017 to:

All applications will be treated in professional confidence. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.