Job Openings

Swisscontact is an international development agency founded by the Swiss private sector, with over 43 years of experience in Indonesia. It has a track record for innovative, pragmatic approaches in vocational education and training, urban ecology and small and medium sized enterprise development. As an agency with its origins in the Swiss private sector, Swisscontact has a strong private sector orientation, in terms of culture, staff and working practices. Swisscontact is offering employment opportunities for the following position:

 

 

MRM Database Assistant, Kolaka Utara

Swiss Foundation for Technical Cooperation didirikan di tahun 1959 dengan fokus pada pembangunan manusia. Swisscontact tidak berafiliasi dengan partai politik manapun dan juga tidak berbasis agama/aliran politik tertentu. Sebagai lembaga nirlaba Swisscontact telah bekerja untuk pembangunan internasional di 34 negara dan memiliki lebih dari 100 proyek dengan lebih dari 1200 karyawan. Di Indonesia, Swisscontact bertujuan untuk berkontribusi terhadap peningkatan standar hidup masyarakat, mempromosikan pembangunan bidang ekonomi, sosial dan lingkungan. Swisscontact juga mendorong kewirausahaan dan penggunaan sumber daya yang efisien, menyediakan akses ke pengembangan keterampilan dan jasa keuangan. Saat ini Swisscontact sedang melaksanakan Program produksi Nilam Berkelanjutan (Sustainable Indonesian Patchouli Production Program), informasi lebih lanjut mengenai kami dapat dilihat pada tautan berikut: http://www.swisscontact.org/indonesia


Swisscontact Sustainable Indonesian Patchouli Production Program menawarkan kesempatan berkarir dalam posisi berikut:


MRM Database Assistant, Lokasi kerja Kolaka Utara (Job Code: MRMDA–KLU)


Tugas utama dari MRM Database Assistant adalah untuk mengumpulkan data dari 850 petani dan keluarga mereka dengan bantuan Patchouli Trace. Mengoranisir dan mengatur pengumpulan data petani sehari-hari dalam kolaborasi dengan Project Manager dan Project Officer.


Persyaratan


  • Universitas / sarjana / diploma yang sesuai
  • Pengalaman di bidang yang relevan;
  • Pengalaman sebelumnya bekerja dengan LSM merupakan nilai lebih;
  • Pengalaman perencanaan kegiatan dan pengelolaan anggaran;
  • Memiliki rasa tanggung jawab dan kontrol yang kuat;
  • Keterampilan interpersonal yang baik dan komitmen bekerja dalam tim;
  • Keterampilan dalam komputer, sistem software (windows, spreadsheet, pengolah kata, e-mail, internet.);
  • Kemampuan presentasi
Harap kirimkan surat lamaran Anda beserta CV paling lambat tanggal 27 Agustus 2017, E-mail aplikasi Anda ke recruitment.indonesia@swisscontact.org dengan mencantumkan kode posisi yang anda lamar sebagai Subyek email Anda.
Hanya pelamar yang memenuhi syarat yang akan dihubungi.



Field Facilitator, Kolaka Utara

Swiss Foundation for Technical Cooperation didirikan di tahun 1959 dengan fokus pada pembangunan manusia. Swisscontact tidak berafiliasi dengan partai politik manapun dan juga tidak berbasis agama/aliran politik tertentu. Sebagai lembaga nirlaba Swisscontact telah bekerja untuk pembangunan internasional di 34 negara dan memiliki lebih dari 100 proyek dengan lebih dari 1200 karyawan. Di Indonesia, Swisscontact bertujuan untuk berkontribusi terhadap peningkatan standar hidup masyarakat, mempromosikan pembangunan bidang ekonomi, sosial dan lingkungan. Swisscontact juga mendorong kewirausahaan dan penggunaan sumber daya yang efisien, menyediakan akses ke pengembangan keterampilan dan jasa keuangan. Saat ini Swisscontact sedang melaksanakan Program produksi Nilam Berkelanjutan (Sustainable Indonesian Patchouli Production Program), informasi lebih lanjut mengenai kami dapat dilihat pada tautan berikut: http://www.swisscontact.org/indonesia


Swisscontact Sustainable Indonesian Patchouli Production Program menawarkan kesempatan berkarir dalam posisi berikut:


  1. Field Facilitator, Lokasi kerja Kolaka Utara (Job Code: FFSIPP–KLU)
  2. Field Facilitator Distilasi, Lokasi kerja Kolaka Utara (Job Code: FFDSIPP–KLU)


Persyaratan


  • Universitas / sarjana / diploma jurusan Pertanian;
  • Pengalaman di bidang yang relevan;
  • Pengalaman sebelumnya bekerja dengan LSM merupakan nilai lebih;
  • Pengalaman perencanaan kegiatan dan pengelolaan anggaran;
  • Memiliki rasa tanggung jawab dan kontrol yang kuat;
  • Keterampilan interpersonal yang baik dan komitmen bekerja dalam tim;
  • Keterampilan dalam komputer, sistem software (windows, spreadsheet, pengolah kata, e-mail, internet.);
  • Kemampuan presentasi (Khusus nomor 1)
  • Pengetahuan dalam pengelasan dan pemasangan batu bata, khususnya dalam pembangunan penyulingan; Memahami teknik dan metode pengelasan khususnya pengelasan dengan memakai elektroda (Khusus nomor 2)
  • Memahami mechanical dan civil design serta dapat membaca design gambar (khusus nomor 2)
Harap kirimkan surat lamaran Anda beserta CV paling lambat tanggal 27 Agustus 2017, E-mail aplikasi Anda ke recruitment.indonesia@swisscontact.org dengan mencantumkan kode posisi yang anda lamar sebagai Subyek email Anda.
Hanya pelamar yang memenuhi syarat yang akan dihubungi.



District Administration & Finance Assistant

LOWONGAN KERJA


Swiss Foundation for Technical Cooperation didirikan di tahun 1959 dengan fokus pada pembangunan manusia. Swisscontact tidak berafiliasi dengan partai politik manapun dan juga tidak berbasis agama/aliran politik tertentu. Sebagai lembaga nirlaba Swisscontact telah bekerja untuk pembangunan internasional di 34 negara dan memiliki lebih dari 100 proyek dengan lebih dari 1200 karyawan. Di Indonesia, Swisscontact bertujuan untuk berkontribusi terhadap peningkatan standar hidup masyarakat, mempromosikan pembangunan bidang ekonomi, sosial dan lingkungan. Swisscontact juga mendorong kewirausahaan dan penggunaan sumber daya yang efisien, menyediakan akses ke pengembangan keterampilan dan jasa keuangan. Saat ini Swisscontact sedang melaksanakan Program produksi Nilam Berkelanjutan (Sustainable Indonesian Patchouli Production Program), informasi lebih lanjut mengenai kami dapat dilihat pada tautan berikut: http://www.swisscontact.org/indonesia


Swisscontact Sustainable Indonesian Patchouli Production Program menawarkan kesempatan berkarir dalam posisi berikut:


DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE ASSISTANT


Lokasi kerja Kolaka Utara (Job Code: DAFA – KLU)


Bertindak sebagai Assistant District Admin & Finance Officer dalam hal financial dan administrator pada kantor District agar seluruh kegiatan keuangan dapat dilakukan dengan baik dan fungsi adminstrasi dapat terkontrol dalam organisasi Swisscontact.

Persyaratan


  • Gelar Minimal D3 di bidang Keuangan, Akuntansi atau subjek yang terkait dari lembaga akademis yang terakreditasi;
  • Memiliki satu (1) tahun pengalaman di manajemen pada organisasi nirlaba atau institusi lain.
  • Memiliki pemahaman pelaksanaan kegiatan proyek, khususnya di pedesaan dan / atau pengembangan pertanian akan diutamakan.
  • Mampu mebuat laporan dalam Bahasa Inggris dan Bahasa Indonesia.
  • Memiliki kemampuan interpersonal dan keterampilan komunikasi yang baik.
  • Mahir dalam penggunaan Microsoft Office;
Harap kirimkan surat lamaran Anda beserta CV paling lambat tanggal 27 Agustus 2017, E-mail aplikasi Anda ke recruitment.indonesia@swisscontact.org dengan mencantumkan kode posisi yang anda lamar sebagai Subyek email Anda.
Hanya pelamar yang memenuhi syarat yang akan dihubungi.



Program Officer for Vocational Education & Training

Company Description

Swisscontact ( www.swisscontact.org), the Swiss non-profit organisation engaged in co-operation for private sector development, will implement the Regional Tourism Development Program – WISATA Phase II as part of the Indonesian Swiss Development Cooperation. The program aims at increasing competitiveness of selected tourism destination in order to create income and job opportunities for the local population in the tourism sector.

Open Position

For program activities in Denpasar – Bali, Swisscontact is looking for enthusiastic and independent professionals in the following field of expertise: Program Officer for Vocational Education & Training.

Major Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist selected SMKs in different areas in Indonesian with development and introduction of praxis oriented trainings and the introduction of a systematic on the job training at partner industries.

General requirements

  • At least 3 years experiences in the tourism sector and/or vocational education, good network strong interpersonal skills, pro-active, assertiveness, willingness to frequently visit partner institutions.
  • Team player and leader with strong communication, interpersonal and organizational skills;
  • Good command of written and spoken English, excellent computer skills (MS office);
  • Minimum of three years working in the same field. Especially experience in tourism/hospitality sector;
  • Working experience within a development organization/NGO or similar experience preferred;
  • University degree in relevant field of study (those lacking the stated educational requirements but having an excellent track record are encouraged to apply);
  • Interest in development work and eco-tourism;
  • Excellent work ethic, self-starter and flexibility in schedule, strong interpersonal skills, pro-active, independent, assertiveness;
  • Background experiences dealing with small-medium enterprises as well as community involvement;
  • Practical experiences with project planning, implementation and monitoring


Contact us

We can offer you an exciting, fast-paced working environment, a culture of mutual respect and the opportunity to play a vital role in the project. If you are interested in joining our team where your talent will impact the project outcomes, please apply by 17 August 2017, to id.recruitment-wisata2@swisscontact.org . Please indicate place and position in the email’s subject.

Field Coordinator, Konawe Selatan

Swisscontact promotes economic, social and ecological development by supporting people to successfully integrate into local commercial life. Swisscontact creates opportunities for people to improve their living conditions as a result of their own efforts. The focus of its systemic intervention in the private sector is the strengthening of local and global value chains. Through its projects, Swisscontact works to enable access to professional training, promotes local entrepreneurship, creates access to local financial service providers and supports the efficient use of resources with the goal of successfully promoting employment and income generation. The foundation is based in Zurich, Switzerland. With 90 million in annual turnover, Swisscontact is now implementing more than 100 projects in 32 countries. Swisscontact has been active in Indonesia for the past 43 years.


The Swisscontact Sustainable Cocoa Production Program (SCPP) in Indonesia, is currently accepting applications for the position of:


Field Coordinator
Based in Konawe Selatan (Job Code: FC-KNS)


Task, Authority, and Responsibility


  • Project set up, initiating and implementing Field Farmer School in the districts;
  • Developing Cocoa Farmer Group and/or Smallholder Cocoa Enterprise, also District Cocoa Learning Center (CLC);
  • Developing and implementing of Internal Control Systems (ICS) for the CLC and for all Small Cocoa Enterprises (SCEs) in the District;
  • To support CLC Management and related District government agencies/departments;
  • To support farmer groups and SCEs with ICS implementation and certification procedures.


Employee Requirements


  • University/Bachelor/Diploma degree majoring in Agriculture;
  • Minimum of three years experience in the relevant field;
  • Experience in management level is an advantage;
  • Experience in planning an activity and managing its budget;
  • Experience in risk mapping & Capacity Assessment on local level;
  • Previous working with NGO is an advantage;
  • Strong sense of responsibility and control;
  • Strong organizational, planning and management skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to deliver high quality outputs on time;
  • Good interpersonal skills and commitment to working in a team;
  • Skills in computer, software systems (windows, spreadsheet, word processing, e-mail, internet.);
  • Presentation skills.


Please submit your application letter addressing the above qualifications and experience with your CV until August 16th, 2017 at the latest with a JOB CODE on Email subject to:
recruitment.indonesia@swisscontact.org

Field Facilitator

Swiss Foundation for Technical Cooperation didirikan di tahun 1959 dengan fokus pada pembangunan manusia. Swisscontact tidak berafiliasi dengan partai politik manapun dan juga tidak berbasis agama/aliran politik tertentu. Sebagai lembaga nirlaba Swisscontact telah bekerja untuk pembangunan internasional di 27 negara dan memiliki lebih dari 100 proyek dengan lebih dari 800 karyawan. Di Indonesia, Swisscontact bertujuan untuk berkontribusi terhadap peningkatan standar hidup masyarakat, mempromosikan pembangunan bidang ekonomi, sosial dan lingkungan. Swisscontact juga mendorong kewirausahaan dan penggunaan sumber daya yang efisien, menyediakan akses ke pengembangan keterampilan dan jasa keuangan. Saat ini Swisscontact sedang melaksanakan Program Produksi Kakao Berkelanjutan (Sustainable Cocoa Production Program), informasi lebih lanjut mengenai kami dapat dilihat pada tautan berikut: http://www.swisscontact.org/indonesia


Swisscontact menawarkan kesempatan berkarir dalam posisi berikut (Posisi, lokasi dan kode jabatan):


FIELD FACILITATOR,
Untuk Area Pinrang, Sulawesi Selatan (Job Code: FF-PIN)


Persyaratan


  • Bersedia untuk bekerja di Wilayah kerja sesuai dengan yang telah ditentukan
  • Universitas / Sarjana / Diploma jurusan Pertanian, Minimal tiga tahun pengalaman di bidang yang sesuai.
  • Pengalaman manajerial atau supervisory dalam perencanaan kegiatan dan mengelola anggaran lebih diutamakan.
  • Pengalaman risiko pemetaan & Penilaian Kapasitas di tingkat lokal, serta pernah bekerja dengan LSM lebih diutamakan.
  • Keterampilan dalam komputer, sistem software (windows, spreadsheet, pengolah kata, e-mail, internet.) dan kemampuan presentasi yang baik.
  • Pengalaman dalam bidang Pertanian Kakao akan lebih diutamakan
Harap kirimkan surat lamaran Anda beserta CV paling lambat tanggal 20 Agustus 2017, e-mail aplikasi Anda ke recruitment.indonesia@swisscontact.org dengan mencantumkan kode posisi yang anda lamar sebagai Subyek email Anda dan hanya pelamar yang memenuhi syarat yang akan dihubungi.



District Administration & Finance Officer

LOWONGAN KERJA


Swiss Foundation for Technical Cooperation didirikan di tahun 1959 dengan fokus pada pembangunan manusia. Swisscontact tidak berafiliasi dengan partai politik manapun dan juga tidak berbasis agama/aliran politik tertentu. Sebagai lembaga nirlaba Swisscontact telah bekerja untuk pembangunan internasional di 34 negara dan memiliki lebih dari 100 proyek dengan lebih dari 1200 karyawan. Di Indonesia, Swisscontact bertujuan untuk berkontribusi terhadap peningkatan standar hidup masyarakat, mempromosikan pembangunan bidang ekonomi, sosial dan lingkungan. Swisscontact juga mendorong kewirausahaan dan penggunaan sumber daya yang efisien, menyediakan akses ke pengembangan keterampilan dan jasa keuangan. Saat ini Swisscontact sedang melaksanakan Program Produksi Kakao Berkelanjutan (Sustainable Cocoa Production Program), informasi lebih lanjut mengenai kami dapat dilihat pada tautan berikut: http://www.swisscontact.org/indonesia


Swisscontact menawarkan kesempatan berkarir dalam posisi berikut (Posisi, lokasi dan kode jabatan):


DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE ASSISTANT
Area Deli Serdang Taput (Job Code: DAFO– DST)


Bertindak sebagai cash accountant untuk memastikan pembayaran, cash accounting sesuai dengan aturan yang berlaku dengan melakukan internal control yang berlaku dalam organisasi Swisscontact.

Persyaratan


  • Gelar sarjana di bidang Keuangan, Akuntansi atau subjek yang terkait dari lembaga akademis yang terakreditasi;
  • Memiliki tiga (3) tahun pengalaman di manajemen pada organisasi nirlaba atau institusi lain.
  • Memiliki pemahaman pelaksanaan kegiatan proyek, khususnya di pedesaan dan / atau pengembangan pertanian akan diutamakan.
  • Mampu mebuat laporan dalam Bahasa Inggris dan Bahasa Indonesia.
  • Memiliki kemampuan interpersonal dan keterampilan komunikasi yang baik.
  • Mahir dalam penggunaan Microsoft Office;
Harap kirimkan surat lamaran Anda beserta CV paling lambat tanggal 13 Agustus 2017, E-mail aplikasi Anda ke recruitment.indonesia@swisscontact.org dengan mencantumkan kode posisi yang anda lamar sebagai Subyek email Anda dan hanya pelamar yang memenuhi syarat yang akan dihubungi.



Public Relations and Communication Officer

Public Relations and Communication Officer


Swisscontact promotes economic, social and ecological development by supporting people to successfully integrate into local commercial life. Swisscontact creates opportunities for people to improve their living conditions as a result of their own efforts. The focus of its systemic intervention in the private sector is the strengthening of local and global value chains. Through its projects, Swisscontact works to enable access to professional training, promotes local entrepreneurship, creates access to local financial service providers and supports the efficient use of resources with the goal of successfully promoting employment and income generation. The foundation is based in Zurich, Switzerland. With 86 million in annual turnover in 2016, Swisscontact is now implementing more than 100 projects in 34 countries with more than 1,200 staff. Swisscontact has been active in Indonesia for the past 43 years.

The Swisscontact Sustainable Cocoa Production Program (SCPP) in Indonesia is is currently accepting applications for the position of:

Public Relations and Communication Officer

Based in Makassar, South Sulawesi (Job Code: PRCO - MKS)

PR & Communication Officer is provide assistance to Support Service Manager (SSM) Sulawesi and Senior Communication Manager (based in Swisscontact’s country office, Jakarta) in implementing SCPP project strategy at its working areas. The role of this position is, in the most effective and efficient manner, to illustrate the policies, interests and achievement of the program towards donors and private sectors, GOI, the beneficiaries, decision makers, public and related stakeholders through various PR and marketing materials.

 

Employee Requirements

·         Excellent publication writing skills in English and Bahasa Indonesia.

·         Bachelor's degree in Public Relations, Communication, Marketing or a related subject from an accredited academic institution.

·         At least five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in public relations, media, blogging, social media marketing or a related area is required.

·         Experience in designing and developing public relations and marketing materials.

·         Experience in event and conference management for large government and/or multi-national events.

·         Event management experience with an international or non-profit organization.

·         Experience working in public relations for an international or non-profit organization.

·         Strong organizational, planning, management skills and experience working in inter-cultural teams and environments.

·         Demonstrated ability to deliver high quality outputs on time.

·         Good interpersonal skills and commitment to working in a team.

·         Fluency in Indonesian and English.

 

Please submit your application letter addressing the above qualifications and experience with your CV until August 22nd, 2017 at the latest with a JOB CODE Email subject to recruitment.indonesia@swisscontact.org



Consultant for Teacher Training - Next Generation Pilot

 

Request for Proposal

Teachers Training - Next Generation Pilot

Summary Information

Program

NextGen - Youth Engagement in Cocoa Sector

Activity Title

Consultant for Teachers Training - Next Generation Pilot

Type of Activity

Consultancy

Activity Working Language

Indonesian and English

Location

Luwu Timur and Luwu Utara, South Sulawesi

Period of Consultancy

September 2017 – February 2018

 

1.      Background

Mars Foods Inc, in collaboration with Swisscontact and the Millennium Challenge Account, seeks a Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) teacher training expert to facilitate training for SMK teachers in a new STEM-Agriculture curriculum for a pilot program in cocoa farming communities in South Sulawesi.

 

This pilot program is part of a broader initiative to engage the next generation -young people- in the cocoa farming ecosystem. This component of the program involves the engagement of TVET institutions, particularly SMKs. As such, it is part of Mars’ formal knowledge systems increasing competitiveness in cocoa farming communities. Its ultimate goal is to cultivate the next generation of professional cocoa farmers and agriculture professionals to deliver a sustainable supply of cocoa and, in turn, support local economies.

 

The long-term dedication of vocational school teachers and administration to their student’s progress, particularly in North Luwu and East Luwu Sulawesi, is manifestly apparent. This program seeks to leverage the strong will of teachers to improve the lives of their students by improving the close support that Mars has provided to vocational schools in cocoa communities previously. The teacher training expert will be crucial in assisting SMK educators to enhance their curriculum and devise creative strategies to support the growing needs of their students, who are often eager to engage in cocoa farming and related industries yet do not have the means, practical knowledge or backing to implement their goals. Key to this will be ongoing training of teachers in relevant and appropriate teaching methodologies to deliver STEM-Agriculture curriculum.

 

The overall aim of this program is to strengthen the existing formal education of rural youth through the engagement of SMKs in North Luwu and East Luwu, Sulawesi. It is linked to Mars’ efforts to achieve commercial priorities through enabling resilient and prosperous cocoa farming communities. The curriculum required for this program will augment the current core curriculum used in vocational schools in Indonesia. It seeks to ensure that adequate skills and knowledge are being developed, particularly related to entrepreneurship, in line with the requirements of industry and a rapidly evolving and technologically demanding working environment. The work of the consultant should reflect an appreciation for gender equality and local knowledge.

 

 

2.      Objectives

·         Organize and facilitate 2,5-day teacher training workshops for teachers of SMKs based on emerging curriculum and focused on effective teaching methodology

·         Support a curriculum development consultant in the local contextualization of curriculum

·         Support a STEM curriculum development consultant in facilitating 4, 5-day participatory curriculum design workshops with teachers and students of 2 SMKs for a total of 8, 5 day workshops.

·         Support curriculum development consultant in adapting and delivering non-formal curricula to community based practitioners.

 

3.      Key Educational Outcomes

Outcome 1: Students across SMK disciplines use their developed competencies to understand and apply basic concepts for entrepreneurial activity in cocoa farming communities.

 

Outcome 2: Students across SMK disciplines use their increased capacities to recognize the interconnected nature of basic STEM and agribusiness concepts.

 

Outcome 3: Students become more active participants in their own learning.

 

Outcome 4: Students understand their positive role in the community development and can recognize business opportunities in and around the cocoa farming ecosystem. Students feel empowered to use their knowledge to improve the lives of others.

 

Outcome 5: Teachers more knowledgeable and sound understanding of STEM educational principles and apply the principles to develop the learning process formal and informally for the students

 

Outcome 6: Teachers demonstrate ability to creatively plan and deliver integrated curriculum.

 

4.      Scope and Methodology of Work

The teacher trainer expert is required to:

·         Develop an outline and methodology of delivery and teacher engagement for each curriculum module provided by Curriculum Development Consultant. Pedagogical framework should draw on current critical education and empowerment theories.

·         Develop a framework and facilitate 2 engaging training workshops for teachers, drawing on a previously conducted baseline assessment to determine specific teacher needs.

·         Support curriculum content development of curriculum through a participatory method.

o   By ‘participatory method’ is meant that each curriculum module has 3 development steps: 1. Draft module; 2. Test draft and adjust module based on feedback from TVET teachers and students at selected schools during 4 participatory engagement workshops; 3. Write final module. The primary support will be necessary during 4 participatory engagement workshops.

o   Liaise with Curriculum Development Consultant to determine workshop facilitation method and facilitate 4 curriculum development workshops.

·         Write and document the teacher training process over 4 distinct workshop iterations in a final reflection report, including an assessment of future competency needs of teachers.

 

 

5.      Guiding Principles

·         STEM-Ag education incorporates science, technology, engineering and math in the context of agriculture to improve student learning. The approach fosters intelligence, creativity, design and evidence based thinking as a means to address real-world situations through a design-based problem-solving process. The ultimate goal is to foster in students a recognition of their education as applicable and essential.

 

·         Empowerment Education

A vision of change and the conviction that one can contribute to that change enables within a young student a sense of motivation that no outside force can deposit. When channeled appropriately, this motivation can allow students to see the important place of farming in society and finds ways to contribute to individual and community progress. To do this, a deep appreciation for science and mathematics, as well as the ability to read social reality with accuracy and precision must be fostered.

 

·         Participatory, Human Centered, Development

Students, teachers, administrators, community members are not objects of development, but active protagonists. Each local actor must be supported to participate in decision-making about strategy and in the selection of priorities to be pursued in their school.

 

·         Process Oriented Approach

This intervention aims to be process oriented and committed to long term action, and driven by the administrations, teachers and students of a community itself. The watchword is sustainability. Development through education is effective but not instantaneous. The right environment—support, space, vision, access to knowledge—must be present for a student to recognize the value of cocoa farming for themselves and their community and become capable of empowering and professionalizing others. No single component of this initiative carried out in isolation from the rest. An action-reflection process will be crucial to the success of the curriculum development.

 

6.      Professional Qualifications

Education: Suitable candidates should possess at minimum a Master’s degree in education or a related discipline.

 

Experience: Minimum 5 years’ experience in education training, particularly in the area of TVET curricula, critical pedagogy and developing teaching methodology. Candidates should also have extensive knowledge of STEM education and a sound understanding of participatory development principles. Experience developing TVET or STEM curriculum in an Indonesian context is highly desirable.

 

Competencies: Proven ability to conceptualize, design and implement teacher training in accordance with international standards. Track-record of effectively training teachers to deliver new curriculum. Deep knowledge of Competency Based Training, teacher education systems and integrated education delivery. Understanding of STEM educational principles. Excellent communication in written and verbal English, coordination and ability to apply interpersonal skills in multi-cultural settings. Knowledge of Bahasa Indonesia is required. Knowledge of Buginese is an advantage.

 

Schedule and Deliverables

Total duration: September 2017 - February 2018

 

Curriculum workshop 1: end of September 2017;

Curriculum workshop 2: end September 2017;

Teacher training workshop 1: beginning November 2017;

Curriculum workshop 3: end November 2017;

Curriculum workshop 4: end December 2017;

Teacher training workshop 2: beginning January 2018:

Final report due: 26 February 2018.

 

Location of work:

Curriculum review can occur at offices of consultant. Workshops and training to be conducted on local premises in North and North East Luwu, Sulawesi.

 

Expected travel:

6 trips to SMKs in Sulawesi to document local insights and attend participatory curriculum development workshops.

 

Expected Deliverables:

1.      Proposal for teacher training, including methodology;

2.      Conduct 2, 5-day teacher training for 50 SMK teachers;

3.      Facilitate 4, 5 day workshops for curriculum development;

4.      Final outcome report on teacher training process with key learnings at each iterative stage and assessment of future competency needs of teachers.

 

 

Application Process:

Qualified candidates should develop a proposal that meets the objectives set out in this call. Consultation on the content and format of the proposal, application letter and CV should be sent via e-mail to recruitment.indonesia@swisscontact.org with Subject Line: Teachers Training

 

Deadline for submission: Monday 14 August 2017 05:00 PM

 

Consultant for Curriculum Development - Next Generation Pilot

 

Request for Proposal

Consultant for Curriculum Development - Next Generation Pilot

Summary Information

Program

NextGen - Youth Engagement in Cocoa Sector

Activity Title

Consultant for Curriculum Development - Next Generation Pilot

Type of Activity

Consultancy

Activity Working Language

English and Indonesian

Location

Luwu Timur and Luwu Utara, South Sulawesi and home base

Period of Consultancy

August 2017 – January 2018

 

1.      Background

Mars Foods Inc, in collaboration with Swisscontact and the Millennium Challenge Account, seeks a Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Competency Based Training curriculum development expert to create a participatory design STEM (Science, Technology Engineering and Math) Agriculture curriculum for a pilot program in cocoa farming communities in Sulawesi. This pilot program is part of a broader initiative to engage the next generation -young people- in the cocoa farming ecosystem. This component of the program involves the engagement of TVET institutions, particularly SMKs (Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan). As such, it is part of the formal knowledge systems increasing competitiveness in cocoa farming communities. Its ultimate goal is to cultivate the next generation of professional cocoa farmers and agriculture professionals to deliver a sustainable supply of cocoa and, in turn, support local economies.

 

The long-term dedication of vocational school teachers and administration to their student’s progress, particularly in North Luwu and East Luwu Sulawesi, is manifestly apparent. This program seeks to leverage the strong will of teachers and administrators to improve the lives of their students by improving the close support that Mars has provided to vocational schools in cocoa communities historically. The curriculum development expert will be crucial in assisting these educators to enhance their curriculum and devise creative strategies to support the growing needs of their students, who are often eager to engage in cocoa farming and related industries yet do not have the means, practical knowledge or backing to implement their goals. The curriculum development expert will lead the participatory development of educational content that facilitates an integrated view of cocoa farming ecosystems and prepares students to engage in entrepreneurial activities. This content will fit within the local content requirements of SMK curriculum in accordance with national regulation.

 

The overall aim of this program is to strengthen the existing formal education of rural youth through active engagement of SMKs in South Sulawesi. It is linked to the efforts to achieve commercial priorities through enabling resilient and prosperous cocoa farming communities. The curriculum required for this program will augment the current core curriculum used in vocational schools in Indonesia. It seeks to ensure that adequate skills and knowledge are being developed in line with the requirements of industry and a rapidly evolving and technologically demanding working environment.

 

 

2.      Objectives

A.     Develop the equivalence of 8 weeks of entrepreneurial competency based vocational STEM modules comprising the following educational themes: agricultural science, agricultural technology, agricultural engineering, agricultural mathematics, agricultural language, small business development in rural contexts, global and local cocoa supply chain, basic economic principles related to agricultural commodities, bridging evidence-based science and local knowledge, character development and civil responsibility.

 

Modules should reflect an appreciation for gender equality and local knowledge, while integrating the above themes with an interdisciplinary approach focused on hands-on skills development. As such, each module should contain a practical component. The pedagogy should draw on current and relevant critical education and empowerment theories. The following is a non-exhaustive list of skills that should correlate with the theoretical concepts mentioned above: the ability to use the scientific method in decision making and analysis, the ability to describe observed reality with accuracy and precision, the ability to use mathematical concepts in agribusiness, and the ability to recognize entrepreneurial opportunities within a local community context.

 

Key to the success of this curriculum will be the ability to gracefully integrate sound natural and social scientific theories into practice. In order to test opportunities for informal education in community settings, each educational module of the curriculum should be able to stand alone as a single component and be joined with other modules as a coherent whole.

 

Each educational module should be prefaced with:

·         Learning objectives and an overview of key content;

·         Description of the methodology of delivering content, including facilitation notes;

·         Analytical frameworks of the key content.

 

B.      Develop a teacher training module to train SMK teachers to deliver curriculum modules (2A).

 

C.      Adapt curricula for use in non-formal education settings.

 

3.      Key Educational Outcomes

Outcome 1: Students across SMK disciplines use their developed competencies to understand and apply basic concepts for entrepreneurial activity in cocoa farming communities

 

Outcome 2: Students across SMK disciplines use their increased capacities to recognize the interconnected nature of basic STEM and agribusiness concepts

 

Outcome 3: Based on the developed competencies and increased capacity, students become more active participants in their own learning.

 

Outcome 4: Students understand their positive role in the community development and can recognize business opportunities in and around the cocoa farming ecosystem. Students feel empowered to use their knowledge to improve the lives of others.

 

4.      Scope and Methodology of Work

The curriculum development expert is required to:

·         Assess the current SMK curriculum and identify opportunities for development

·         Develop an outline of each curriculum module (based on each selected theme);

·         Develop content for each module based on the themes above and appropriate for the TVET schools selected. Draw on a previously conducted baseline assessment to determine specific curriculum needs. Content development should occur through a participatory method.

o   By ‘participatory method’ is meant that each module has 3 development steps: 1. Draft module; 2. Test draft and adjust module based on feedback from TVET teachers and students at selected schools during 4 participatory engagement workshops; 3. Write final module.

o   Testing is to be carried out in 4 distinct curriculum development workshops, of 5 days duration each, in collaboration with a local teacher training consultant.

·         Develop training methodology, session plan and supporting material including teaching notes for each of 4 participatory curriculum development workshops engaging teachers and students

o   Liaise with Mars and Swisscontact field staff and local consultant to support the effective implementation of workshop.

·         Write and document the curriculum content development process over 4 distinct workshop iterations in a final reflection report.

 

 

5.      Guiding Principles

1.      STEM-Ag education incorporates science, technology, engineering and math in the context of agriculture to improve student learning. The approach fosters intelligence, creativity, design and evidence based thinking as a means to address real-world situations through a design-based problem-solving process. The ultimate goal is to foster in students a recognition of their education as applicable and essential.

 

·         Empowerment Education

A vision of change and the conviction that one can contribute to that change enables within a young student a sense of motivation that no outside force can deposit. When channeled appropriately, this motivation can allow students to see the important place of farming in society and finds ways to contribute to individual and community progress. To do this, a deep appreciation for science and mathematics, as well as the ability to read social reality with accuracy and precision must be fostered.

 

·         Participatory, Human Centered, Development

Students, teachers, administrators, community members are not objects of development, but active protagonists. Each local actor must be supported to participate in decision-making about strategy and in the selection of priorities to be pursued in their school.

 

·         Process Oriented Approach

This intervention aims to be process oriented and committed to long term action, and driven by the administrations, teachers and students of a community itself. The watchword is sustainability. Development through education is effective but not instantaneous. The right environment—support, space, vision, access to knowledge—must be present for a student to recognize the value of cocoa farming for themselves and their community and become capable of empowering and professionalizing others. No single component of this initiative carried out in isolation from the rest. An action-reflection process will be crucial to the success of the curriculum development.

 

 

6.      Professional Qualifications

Education: Suitable candidates should possess a PHD in agriculture, education or a related discipline.

 

Experience: Minimum 10 years’ experience in agricultural education, particularly in the areas of developing integrated curricula, Competency Based Training frameworks, teacher training, critical pedagogy and participatory design. Candidates should also have extensive knowledge of STEM educational approaches and a sound understanding of participatory development principles. Experience developing culturally contextualized TVET or STEM curriculum is highly desirable.

 

Competencies: Proven ability to conceptualize, design and implement quality education-related deliverables. Deep knowledge of TVET competency based education, teacher education systems and integrated education delivery. Excellent communication in written and verbal English, coordination and ability to apply interpersonal skills in multi-cultural settings.

 

7.      Schedule and Deliverables

Total duration: end August-January 2017

·         Initial assessment: end of August 2017;

·         Iteration 1 and module 1 and 2 due: September 2017;

·         Iteration 2 and module 3 and 4 due: October 2017;

·         Iteration 3 and module 5 and 6 due: November 2017;

·         Iteration 4 and module 7 and 8 due: 27 December 2017;

·         Final deliverables due: 31 January 2018.

 

Location of work:

Module development can occur at offices of expert. Workshops to be conducted on local premises in North and North East Luwu, Sulawesi.

 

Expected travel:

5 trips to SMKs in Sulawesi to document local insights and attend participatory curriculum development workshops.

 

Expected Deliverables:

1.   8 curriculum modules to the satisfaction of each vocational school, program director, Swisscontact program manager and to the standard of the Indonesian Ministry of Education.

2.   Final 8-week, 8 module, curriculum after 4-stage iterative process;

3.   Final 5-day teacher training module based on curriculum development process;

4.   Document of suggested recommendations for adaptation of curricula to non-formal education spaces;

5.   Adequate support to community based practitioners for curriculum delivery;

6.   Adequate support to facilitators for 4 development workshops in the form of calls and/or face to face meetings;

7.   Final outcome report on curriculum development process with key learnings at each iterative testing stage.

 

 

Application Process:

Qualified candidates should develop a proposal that meets the objectives set out in this call. Consultation on the content and format of the proposal, application letter and CV should be sent via e-mail to recruitment.indonesia@swisscontact.org with Subject Line: Curriculum Development

 

Deadline for submission: Monday 14 August 2017 05:00 PM

Regional Program Manager, Kolaka

Swisscontact promotes economic, social and ecological development by supporting people to successfully integrate into local commercial life. Swisscontact creates opportunities for people to improve their living conditions as a result of their own efforts. The focus of its systemic intervention in the private sector is the strengthening of local and global value chains. Through its projects, Swisscontact works to enable access to professional training, promotes local entrepreneurship, creates access to local financial service providers and supports the efficient use of resources with the goal of successfully promoting employment and income generation. The foundation is based in Zurich, Switzerland. With 90 million in annual turnover, Swisscontact is now implementing more than 100 projects in 32 countries. Swisscontact has been active in Indonesia for the past 43 years.


The Swisscontact Sustainable Cocoa Production Program (SCPP) in Indonesia, is currently accepting applications for the position of:


Regional Program Manager

Based in Kolaka, South East Sulawesi (Job Code: RPM-SES)


The Regional Program Manager plays an important role in implementing the cocoa development program at regional level and supporting overall operation of program. Main responsibilities include:


  • Leading and as program representatives and responsible of operational and implementation of SCPP program for Sulawesi
  • Overseeing and supervising Program Officers and Support Services Team in the region in terms of administration procedure and approval process;
  • The Regional Program Manager will assume responsibility for all regional level activities, ensuring timely and effective delivery of activities and output based on quality management system as well as strengthening technical cooperation with local constituent, government and private partners;
  • Building and maintaining partnership between implementing partners, government and other key stakeholders in the region for the development of SCPP Program;
  • Providing monthly, quarterly and yearly plan and update (report) to Sr. Program Manager Sulawesi, Program Partners as required by program;
  • Providing detailed budget plans of activities for the region in monthly and yearly basis.

Employee Requirements

  • University degree (in Agriculture or Community Development, Economic or Social Science) , preferably with post graduate qualification;
  • Minimum of six years experiences (included two years on management level);
  • Previous experience in managing project operation and at least 10 staff; preferably in agricultural sector.
  • Experience of writing narrative and financial report;
  • Experience of planning and managing budget, risk mapping & Capacity Assessment on a local level;
  • Understanding of opportunities and constraints for sustainable development;
  • Demonstrated interest and experience in development of agricultural financing
  • Proven team building and problem solving skill
  • Develop, maintain and encourage relationship with program stakeholders
  • Good interpersonal skills and commitment working in a team;
  • Skills in computer and Microsoft Office applications;
  • Excellent English skills written and verbal.
  • Must have excellent quantitative and analytic skills;
  • Must possess a strong attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Superior organizational and time management skills are critical.
  • Must have exceptional written and oral communications skills.
  • Must demonstrated ability to think strategically and analytically, both Bahasa Indonesia and English language.
  • A proven and demonstrated level of experience developing and successfully advancing policy initiatives required

Please submit your application letter addressing the above qualifications and experience with your CV until August 6th, 2017 at the latest with a JOB CODE Email subject to:

recruitment.indonesia@swisscontact.org


Project Manager, Kolaka Utara

Swiss Foundation for Technical Cooperation didirikan di tahun 1959 dengan fokus pada pembangunan manusia. Swisscontact tidak berafiliasi dengan partai politik manapun dan juga tidak berbasis agama/aliran politik tertentu. Sebagai lembaga nirlaba Swisscontact telah bekerja untuk pembangunan internasional di 27 negara dan memiliki lebih dari 100 proyek dengan lebih dari 800 karyawan. Di Indonesia, Swisscontact bertujuan untuk berkontribusi terhadap peningkatan standar hidup masyarakat, mempromosikan pembangunan bidang ekonomi, sosial dan lingkungan. Swisscontact juga mendorong kewirausahaan dan penggunaan sumber daya yang efisien, menyediakan akses ke pengembangan keterampilan dan jasa keuangan. Saat ini Swisscontact sedang melaksanakan Program Produksi Kakao Berkelanjutan (Sustainable Cocoa Production Program), informasi lebih lanjut mengenai kami dapat dilihat pada tautan berikut: http://www.swisscontact.org/indonesia


Swisscontact Sustainable Indonesian Patchouli Production Program menawarkan kesempatan berkarir dalam posisi berikut:


PROJECT MANAGER, Lokasi Kolaka Utara (Job Code: PMSIPP)


Project Manager akan bertanggung jawab atas sebuah proyek terkait budidaya dan penyulingan nilam yang berkelanjutan di wilayah Kolaka Utara, Kolaka dan Pulau Buton, Sulawesi Tenggara. Project Manager bertanggung jawab atas pelaksanaan dan revisi dokumen program (termasuk kurikulum pelatihan), negosiasi dengan pemerintah daerah, pengelolaan penganggaran, pelaporan dan pengawasan terhadap staff dan anak magang.


Tugas, Kewenangan & Tanggung Jawab

A. Peningkatan produksi nilam di wilayah Kolaka Utara dan Buton secara berkelanjutan:

  • Mengamankan persetujuan pembelian pemerintah daerah untuk tujuan penanaman dan pemiliharaan pohon kayu bakar skala besar yang akan digunakan dalam proses penyulingan;
  • Mengembangkan perencanaan penggunaan kayu bakar berkelanjutan dengan petani nilam lokal (bersama dengan lahan pemerintah daerah yang menghasilkan penanaman dan pemeliharaan terhadap 21.700 pohon);
  • Mengawasi pengembangan dan implementasi pelatihan Good Agriculture Practice untuk 800 petani;
  • Mengawasi pengembangan dan implementasi pelatihan untuk Good Nutritional Practice dan Good Financial Practice untuk 800 keluarga petani nilam;
  • Mengawasi peningkatan efisiensi yang dilakukan di 40 lokasi penyulingan nilam tradisional.

B. Mendukung pengembangan software traceability yang digunakan untuk melacak semua petani yang berpartisipasi:
  • Bekerja sama dengan provider software untuk membuat formulir dan kuesioner yang akan digunakan untuk mengumpulkan data dari petani;
  • Mengadakan pertemuan sosialisasi dengan petani untuk memfasilitasi pengumpulan data yang akurat;
  • Mengumpulkan data dari petani dan mengawasi pengumpulan data anggota tim lainnya;
  • Memberikan masukan untuk merevisi hasil pengumpulan data yang dibuat;
  • Menganalisis data yang dikumpulkan secara terus menerus untuk mengidentifikasi anomali, tren dan juga kemajuan.

C. Project Management:
  • Menyerahkan laporan kegiatan bulanan
  • Mereview dan mengkonfirmasi laporan keuangan bulanan oleh asisten administrasi
  • Mengirimkan laporan progress per triwulan yang berisi analisis data, pelacakan pengeluaran, ringkasan kegiatan yang dilakukan dan identifikasi tantangan yang dihadapi.


Persyaratan


  • Gelar Sarjana pada bidang yang relevan
  • Minimal pengalaman 5 tahun dalam implementasi proyek dengan NGO atau bisnis yang relevan
  • Pengalaman dalam program yang berfokus pada pertanian atau industri minyak esensial
  • Memiliki pengalaman dalam membangun dan memelihara hubungan baik dengan pemerintah daerah
  • Pengalaman dalam menulis laporan dalam bahasa Indonesia dan bahasa Inggris.
  • Pengalaman dibidang Agro-forestry
  • Pengetahuan dalam budidaya dan penyulingan nilam diutamakan
  • Terbiasa menggunakan teknologi, aplikasi jaringan dan program baru.
  • Pengalaman bekerja di lapangan, bekerja bersama dan membangun komunikasi dengan petani.
  • Kemampuan berbahasa Inggris yang baik.
  • Berbahasa Indonesia dengan sangat baik dan pengetahuan yang mendalam mengenai struktur pemerintahan di Indonesia baik di daerah, provinsi maupun secara nasional.
  • Kemampuan koordinasi, kerja team dan kemampuan komunikasi yang baik.
  • Memiliki jiwa kepemimpinan dan integritas yang tinggi
  • Memiliki wawasan budaya yang luas
  • Keterampilan dalam manajemen waktu
  • Mahir dalam menggunakan MS Office


Kirimkan lamaran dan CV anda paling lambat 28 Juli 2017 dengan menuliskan JOB CODE sebagai subject email ke
E-mail: recruitment.indonesia@swisscontact.org

Project Associate - ISIP-II

Project Associate


Swisscontact creates opportunities for people to improve their living conditions as a result of their own efforts. Through its projects, Swisscontact works to enable access to professional training, promotes local entrepreneurship, creates access to local financial service providers and supports the efficient use of resources with the goal of successfully promoting employment and income generation. Swisscontact is the business-oriented foundation for international development cooperation, based in Zurich, Switzerland. Working in 34 countries with over 1,200 team members, Swisscontact has been fostering economic, social, and environmental development since 1959, and has been active in Indonesia for the past 43 years. This current job vacancy will center on the following project:


Indonesian-Swiss Intellectual Property Project (ISIP-II):
The objective of the ISIP project is to strengthen the use of intellectual property rights in Indonesia in order to contribute to higher competitiveness, add more value to Indonesian products and make a positive impact on Indonesia’s economic development. The second phase of the Indonesian-Swiss Intellectual Property Project (ISIP-II) follows the successful achievement of ISIP-I, a four-year project from 2012 to June 2016, financed by the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO). ISIP-II will be implemented between 1st July 2017 and 28th November 2020.


Swisscontact is currently accepting applications for the position of:


Project Associate
Base in Jakarta (Jobe Code: PA-JKT)

The Project Associate is responsible for managing the Indonesian-Swiss Intellectual Property Project (ISIP-II) in Indonesia under the supervision of The Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property (IPI).
The Project Associate will be responsible for managing project activities, conducting monitoring and evaluation, managing the financial aspects of the program, maintaining networks and facilitating meetings with multiple stakeholders, and providing support to the IP for the project missions in Indonesia.


Tasks


  1. Representing the project and acting as the focal point of The Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property (IPI) in Indonesia;
  2. Supporting the preparation and implementation of project activities and ensuring that they are delivered timely and in good quality;
  3. Preparing and executing working contracts with sub-contractors of the program in Indonesia based on approval from the ISIP Project Coordinator of the IPI;
  4. Monitoring project activities and preparing reports in English for the Project Coordinator. Field travel necessary if required by the Project Coordinator;
  5. Communicating regularly with the Project Coordinator via teleconference call on a weekly basis;
  6. Attend bi-monthly meetings with national project coordinators of the Directorate General of Intellectual Property (DGIP) and the Badan Ekonomi Kreatif (BEKRAF);
  7. Manage administration of local funds, including financial and managerial accounting based on the guidelines provided by the IPI, and preparing for financial audits and project evaluations;
  8. Facilitate Project Missions by the Project Coordinator:
    • Prepare project missions (twice a year): propose mission agenda, confirm meetings, arrange logistics such as hotel bookings and transportation;
    • Participate in IPI project missions.
  9. Facilitate Coordination Group Meetings:
    • Scheduling and preparing the agendas for the Coordination Group Meetings (twice a year in the context of a project mission);
    • Prepare operational work plans and budgets to be submitted to the Coordination Group in close coordination with the ISIP Project Coordinator;
    • Participate in Coordination Group Meetings, including drafting minutes.
  10. Networking: Maintain close linkages with other development partners and agencies in sectors relevant to the project and with the SECO focal point of the Swiss Embassy in Jakarta, to ensure that complementarities and synergies with other activities/projects on IP, trade, legal/regulatory reform, and private sector development are taken into account;
  11. Keep the IPI informed about any important developments affecting IP in Indonesia in general, and the project in particular.

Employee Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in program design and implementation for an NGO or government office
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in government-relations; working with GOI stakeholders representing NGO programs (required)
  • Experience in grant and proposal writing (advantage)
  • Experience in report writing in Bahasa Indonesia and English (required)
  • Ability to work legally in Indonesia and native Indonesian speaker
  • Excellent communication skills in English: fluent speaker or at least C1 / CEFR (written and spoken)
  • Native spoken and written Bahasa Indonesia and expert knowledge of Indonesian government structure on local, provincial and national levels
  • Strong coordination/ team cooperation skills (required)
  • Active communicator (required)
  • Proven intercultural skills (required)
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Expert use of MS Office

Please submit your application letter addressing the above qualifications and experience with your CV before Close of Business 26 July 2017 at the latest with the JOB CODE as an e-mail subject.
Email: recruitment.indonesia@swisscontact.org



Program Pemagangan 2017

Tujuan Aktifitas

Swisscontact mendorong pembangunan ekonomi, sosial dan lingkungan dengan cara membantu masyarakat agar bisa berbaur dan memanfaatkan kehidupan komersial di daerahnya. Swisscontact menciptakan peluang bagi masyarakat untuk memperbaiki kondisi hidup mereka dengan hasil usaha jerih payah sendiri. Adapun fokus intervensi sistematis di sektor swasta adalah dengan menguatkan rantai nilai di tingkat lokal dan global. Melalui proyek-proyeknya, Swisscontact memberikan kesempatan berbagai pelatihan profesional, mempromosikan kewirausahaan lokal, menciptakan akses ke penyedia jasa keuangan lokal dan mendukung penggunaan sumber daya secara efisien dengan tujuan mendorong peningkatan lapangan kerja dan pendapatan. Yayasan ini berbasis di Zurich, Swiss. Dengan 90 juta dollar di omset tahunan, Swisscontact menjalankan lebih dari 100 proyek di 32 negara. Swisscontact telah aktif di Indonesia selama 42 tahun terakhir.
Program Produksi Kakao Berkelanjutan (SCPP) di Indonesia, membuka lowongan untuk posisi Program magang lapangan, yang bertujuan meningkatkan keikutsertaan pemuda dalam masyarakat yang sedang difasilitasi program. Ini adalah komponen penting dalam memastikan kesinambungan Program, dengan memberikan kesempatan bagi pemuda berlatar pendidikan pertanian. Keikutsertaan dalam kegiatan akan membuka peluang pekerjaan bagi para pelajar jurusan pertanian setelah mendapatkan kualifikasi dari perguruan tinggi mereka.


Hasil dari Aktifitas

Sebanyak empat puluh peserta yang akan mengikuti studi pemagangan lapangan:

  • mempelajari secara langsung praktek agrikultur terbaik yang diapplikasikan oleh SCPP
  • mendapatkan pengalaman kerja dari sektor agrikultur kakao
Swisscontact SCPP :
membangun hubungan kerjasama dengan sekolah dan universitas untuk meningkatkan kualitas lulusan melalui program pemagangan.

Sektor Swasta :
Direktori sumber daya manusia yang terlatih untuk diproyeksi menjadi calon staff mereka.


Peserta

Syarat peserta untuk aktifitas ini akan direkrut dari:

  1. Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan Pertanian
  2. Lulusan baru universitas dari jurusan yang terkait dengan pertanian


Mekanisme Aktifitas

Selama kegiatan ini, peserta akan dikontrak menggunakan Kontrak Pemagangan dan berhak atas tunjangan transportasi lokal, tunjangan biaya hidup Rp 100.000 per hari, telekomunikasi Rp 50.000 per bulan, asuransi kesehatan, dan pajak penghasilan juga.
Peserta harus menyediakan akomodasi sendiri selama penugasan dan menyerahkan time recording bulanan atas persetujuan dari Program Officer sebagai atasan.
Tidak ada perjalanan tugas di luar lokasi penempatan yang diperbolehkan dan tidak ada per diem akan dibayar untuk hal tersebut


Kalendar Aktifitas

Program ini akan dimulai dari bulan April sampai dengan Desember 2017.


Area Aktifitas

  1. Luwu, Sulawesi Selatan
  2. Luwu Utara, Sulawesi Selatan
  3. Luwu Timur, Sulawesi Selatan
  4. Bone, Sulawesi Selatan
  5. Soppeng, Sulawesi Selatan
  6. Mamuju, Sulawesi Barat
  7. Polman, Sulawesi Barat
  8. Majene, Sulawesi Barat
  9. Mamasa, Sulawesi Barat
  10. Kolaka, Sulawesi Tenggara
  11. Kolaka Timur, Sulawesi Tenggara
  12. Kolaka Utara, Sulawesi Tenggara
  13. Padang Pariaman, Sumatera Barat
  14. Tanah Datar, Sumatera Barat
  15. Lima Puluh Kota, Sumatera Barat
  16. Pasaman, Sumatera Barat
  17. Pasaman Barat, Sumatera Barat


Cara Melamarnya

  • Tentukan Kota/Kabupaten yang dipilih?
  • Kirimkan surat lamaran yang dilengkapi Curriculum Vitae (CV) terbaru
  • Surat rekomendasi dari Universitas atau sekolah asal
  • Salinan resmi transkrip nilai
  • Kirim melalui email recruitment.indonesia@swisscontact.org dengan menuliskan email subject: Internship 2017 - [lokasi yang diinginkan] contoh : Internship 2017 – Pasaman Barat
  • Kami akan infokan pemberitahuan pada penerimaan lamaran dan hasil review melalui email.


Swisscontact
Swiss Foundation for Technical Cooperation
Hardturmstrasse 123
CH-8005 Zürich

Tel. +41 44 454 17 17
Fax +41 44 454 17 97
E-Mail info@STOP-SPAM.swisscontact.ch