Childfund International Job Vacancy: Project Coordinator - ENERGY, Jakarta - Indonesian

ChildFund is an international child focused development agency working in 33 countries to create lasting and meaningful change in the lives of more than 10.5 million vulnerable, deprived and excluded children, families and communities, regardless of race, creed, gender or national origin. In Indonesia ChildFund has been operating for 34 years since 1973, in areas where the need is the greatest and currently reaches out to 900,000 children and family members in partnership with 50 local NGOs spread across 8 provinces.

ChildFund Indonesia is currently seeking:
Position: Project Coordinator - ENERGY
Reporting to: Zonal Manager – Western Zone
Based in: Jakarta (with intensive travelling to Bogor-Cileungsi &  Batam)
Duration: 1 year contract

ChildFund Indonesia is granted a project on lifestage 3 (Skilled and Involved youth) in Enhancing aNd EmpoweRinG Youth-Program (ENERGY) and looking for a Project Coordinator. The project covers 2 areas: Bogor-Cileungsi and Batam.  Project Coordinator will assume the management and coordination of ENERGY project in general, including financial management and reporting


  • Provide leadership in the implementation of project activities within approved plans, budgets and agreements, and in compliance with organizational policies/procedures, operational systems, and donor requirements and regulations.
  • Mentoring   2 Local  Parthers ’s team, especially with LP’s project officers, program coordinator and project manager (pimpro) to reach program quality delivery in Bogor – Cileungsi and Batam.
  • Mentoring  2 LP’s team, in implementations activities to ensure project sustainability, especially to respective local government to get close buy in.
  • Ensure the implementation of ENERGY project executed as in proposal approval (end to end)
  • Contribute in the planning process of the project, responsible from end to end of implementation, and do routine/reguler monitoring program activities by providing technical inputs based on relevant field-based experiences.
  • Conduct program/project monitoring visits, and spot checks in the areas of assignment and address identified performance problems or discrepancies.
  • Develop Advocacy and Sustainability Plan of the project in discussion with Local Partners
  • Build relationship and collaborate with partners (GO’s, NGOs, Schools, institutions, media and others) at local levels to speed up the project implementation, increase resource sharing and complementation (financial, technical, etc.).
  • Maintain positive relationship with donor through preparation and submission of timely and high-quality reports and documentations.
  • Manage expectation for 2 different donors.
  • Work with finance team  to develop budgets, track spending, and ensure timely financial reporting.
  • Maintain and develop working relationship with company/private sector, explore opportunities to bring potential company partners collaborate with ChildFund.
  • Assist and collaborate with concerned staff in the conduct of initiatives aimed to enhance program quality and secure additional funding to support and expand services to enrolled families and children.
  • Provide technical skills and manage training as planned in the project
  • Ensure the quality of program deliver as agreed standard that have been developed in the project proposal
  • Working closely with technical specialist on LS 3 to ensure the quality of the program delivered
  • 7-10 years experience in working in the human service or social services and/or with a non profit agency, preferably community organization
  • Computer proficiency in general office software applications (i.e. Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Experience in facilitating training to community; experience in facilitating trainings to Junior high school teachers, and community volunteers,
  • Demonstrated experience with the program cycle management (PCM)  is preferred
  • Outstanding written and oral communication skills in English;
  • Good oral/written communication and organizations
  • Must be able to travel to program locations; where applicable
Bachelor’s degree, preferably in early education, psychology, Social Work or relevant human services discipline, or equivalent relevant work experience; advanced degree desirable

This position is opened for Indonesian national only.

Application should be addressed to