Development Job Vacancy: USINDO – EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM OFFICER

Posted on November 6, 2009. Filed under: Works at NGO |


 

Development Job Vacancy: USINDO
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM OFFICER 

The U.S.-Indonesia Society (USINDO), Jakarta Office is seeking:

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM OFFICER (Bilateral Partnership)

Start Date: Soonest

Duration: six months initially – subject to extension

Requirements:

• Knowledge of Indonesian education system, public and private at university level. Knowledge of issues in Indonesian educational reform and improvement, especially at university level.

• Knowledge of issues involved in sending more Indonesian students for university and graduate study in the U.S., and receiving American students and faculty

• Contacts with Indonesian education officials public and private, or ability and credibility to forge such contacts. Contacts with non-government sources familiar with education needs.

• University degree, preferably in education. Master’s degree preferred.

• personal qualifications:
– fluent in English and Bahasa
– action-oriented, ability to get things done on time
– succinct writing and presentation skills
– ability to interact at high levels –e.g. university rectors on issues
– ability to interact with USINDO’s partner organizations at senior levels
– able to travel to the U.S. for short trips if needed

• Salary: to be determined based on qualifications

Apply immediately or address inquiries to USINDO at aoakley@usindo.org; with cc to tricia@usindo.or.id and dmerrill@usindo.org. Applicants may be either Indonesians or American nationals resident in Indonesia.

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