Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund Job Vacancy: Project Office - Palu, Central Sulawesi - Indonesian

Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund (ASB) is one of Germany‘s oldest and largest social welfare organisations. ASB has over 200 offices in Germany and a membership of 1.1 million. Core activities include the provision of public medical and rescue services alongside an extensive range of social service provision. Overseas, ASB‘s Foreign Aid Department operates mainly in the fields of humanitarian relief, return and reintegration, development and disaster risk reduction (DRR).

ASB Indonesia and the Philippines aims to build resilience through inclusive and risk aware development. ASB has been working in Indonesia, in partnership with the Indonesian Ministry of Home Affairs, since 2006. In Indonesia ASB works directly with partners and communities, and in support of government, to empower and build resilience through an inclusive, all-of-society approach. A key component of the work that ASB does across the region is implementing and promoting inclusive risk aware practice. ASB is also a founding member of the Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction Network (DiDRRN).

As part of an initial recruitment process, ASB is currently seeking expressions of interest from qualified and committed individuals for the following position: PROJECT OFFICER

Position Summary:
This position is primarily to coordinate and deliver project activities aimed to support the early recovery of community affected by earthquake, tsunami and liquefaction in Central Sulawesi. The Project Officer is expected to plan and monitor progress of field activities as well as to coordinate with relevant stakeholders including government to ensure project are in line and synchronized with government policies and planning. Specific duties will include capacity building/training design and delivery. The Project Officer reports to Project Manager and is expected to coordinate closely with other team members.

For detailed information on the role and how to submit application, please visit: HERE

Closing date:  28 April 2019