RTI International - Knowledge Sector Initiative Project Job Vacancies: 10 Positions - Jakarta, Indonesian

The Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI) is a joint initiative of the Government of Indonesia and Australia (through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade - DFAT). KSI is designed as a unique and holistic approach to support Indonesia's stakeholders promote evidence based policy making. In the first phase of KSI, the focus was on building capacity, relationships, networks and systems as key knowledge sector assets for strengthening policy making in Indonesia.

Now entering its second phase (2017-2022), the team will consolidate, mobilise and expand these assets to produce, communicate and utilise quality data and knowledge across Indonesia's policy cycle at both national and subnational levels.  It will also work across a range of DFAT programs in exchanging and amplifying tools and knowledge for policy produced by these programs.

RTI International as the managing contractor for this program is in search of highly qualified and enthusiastic, experienced candidates to fill the following positions based in Jakarta:
  1. Communications Manager
  2. Knowledge Events Coordinator
  3. Project Collaboration Specialist
  4. Knowledge Management Specialist
  5. Enabling Environment Senior Coordinator
  6. National Change Leadership Network Senior Coordinator
  7. Subnational Change Leadership Network Senior Coordinator
  8. Learning and Adaptation Officer
  9. Indonesia Partnerships Coordinator
  10. International Partnerships Coordinator
To view a description of the positions listed above, please visit CLICK HERE

If you meet the requirements, and are keen to be part of this exciting program, you are welcome to apply by sending your updated CV and a maximum one-page Statement Letter in English on how and why you think you are suitable for the position to HR-Indo@rti-indomd.rti.org.  Please indicate which position you have applied for in the email subject.

The closing date for applications is Sunday, July 9, 2017. The selection process will take place at the end of July 2017 or early August 2017.