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20 September 2017

Results Measurement Manager

TIRTA Project
Kota Surabaya, Indonesia
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Posted : 06 October 2016 15:00 WIB tutup
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Tertiary Irrigation Technical Assistance (TIRTA) is one of the programs of AIP-Rural operating in Eastern Indonesia. TIRTA’s goal is to increase the income of 10,000 farmers through better access to irrigation. We are currently looking for experienced individual consultants who will be based in Surabaya as:

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Application close on 15th October 2016.
Curriculum Vitae (CV) and Application:

• Please submit the CV and application addressing the key selection criteria noted at item 4 above. Email should be sent to tirta.recruitment@thepalladiumgroup.com and noting “Senior Business Consultant or Business Consultant – your name” OR “Result Measurement Manager – your name” in the email subject.

Notes:
- Application addressing Key Selection Criteria to be no more than two (2) A4 pages
- Curriculum Vitae to be no more than seven (7) A4 pages
- Please ensure two (2) referees and your expected salary in your CV

In submitting my application, I certify that:
• the information provided in my CV is accurate and hereby authorize Palladium to make whatsoever enquiries it may consider reasonable and necessary to undertake in the course of the selection process in relation to information I have provided in my CV or any other matter which may relate to my suitability for the position; and
• I have not been convicted of an offence of, or relating to, bribery, fraud or child abuse, nor am I subject to any proceedings or investigation which could lead to a conviction


Jenjang : Minimal Sarjana/S1
Jurusan : Semua Jurusan;
  1. Master Degree in Social Science or International Development
  2. At least 5 years of experience in managing Project / Program Level M&E Frameworks.
  3. Specific skills include, designing and implementation of Project M&E Frameworks (all methods and tools
  4. Familiarity with standards such as Evaluation Standards[1] and DFAT M&E standards
  5. Experience in conducting M&E activities (mixed methods)
  6. Skills in analysing and interpreting data
both quantitative and qualitative. S/he should be well equipped with statistical concepts.
  7. Proficient competence in English both verbal and writing
  8. Strong communication and facilitation skills.
  9. Presentation of data (verbal and report writing skills)
  10. Proficient English
  11. Familiarity with DCED Standards

Application close on 15th October 2016. Curriculum Vitae (CV) and Application: Please submit the CV and application addressing the key selection criteria noted at item 4 above. Email should be sent to tirta.recruitment@thepalladiumgroup.com and noting “Result Measurement Manager – your name” in the email subject. Notes: Application addressing Key Selection Criteria to be no more than two (2) A4 pages Curriculum Vitae to be no more than seven (7) A4 pages Please ensure two (2) referees and your expected salary in your CV In submitting my application, I certify that: the information provided in my CV is accurate and hereby authorize Palladium to make whatsoever enquiries it may consider reasonable and necessary to undertake in the course of the selection process in relation to information I have provided in my CV or any other matter which may relate to my suitability for the position; and I have not been convicted of an offence of, or relating to, bribery, fraud or child abuse, nor am I subject to any proceedings or investigation which could lead to a conviction
Level Masuk : Top Level
Tipe Kerja : fulltime
Job deskipsi : Under the direction of the TIRTA Team Leader the Results Measurement Manager will be responsible for the implementation of the program's results measurement system. Specifically this person will be responsible for:
  1. Implementing  the  existing  Results  Measurement  System  (see  TIRTA  Monitoring  and  Results Measurement Manual). This will include improving the existing results measurement manual, a capacity building program, and assessment and remedial action processes;
  2. Leading the key activities in stakeholder mapping including gender assessment (e.g. role and functions of men and women in agriculture, barriers to their participation in the interventions) and social inclusion assessment (e.g. access of poorer farmers, the young or  elderly, people with disabilities, and religious/ethnic minority groups to agricultural resources and development opportunities) for East and West Nusa Tenggara;
  3. Clearing all intervention concept notes before they are submitted for management approval to ensure that they meet the compliance criteria of: the program on impact, outreach, social inclusion, gender, and environment, value for money and the DCED Standard for Results Measurement;
  4. Overseeing regular capacity building measures of program staff to ensure that all implementation staff members are familiar good practices related to assessing impact and measuring attribution;
  5. Preparing quarterly reports for management on portfolio quality. This will include, in the early stages of  implementation, intervention by intervention, programing of  outreach and  impact and a  risk assessment for  each  intervention so  that  management may make  decisions on  the  retention, suspension or elimination of the intervention. As the portfolio evolves, this report will monitor the achievement of all interventions against program objectives of outreach, impact and sustainability as well as cross- cutting aspects such as gender & social inclusion (e.g. social impact assessment) and environment;
  6. Guiding  implementation  personnel  in  the  preparation  of  results  measurement  plans  and  the identification of attribution strategies with a view to the appropriate use of survey instruments, the commissioning of surveys and research, the processing of the results of these surveys and the identification of remedial action;
  7. Overseeing the process leading to the program's compliance with the DCED Standard for Results Measurement, including the formulation of relevant documentation, the organisation of mock audits and the eventual program audit by a certified DCED Results Measurement auditor; and
  8. In collaboration with the Team Leader, preparing: public presentations, case studies, articles and materials for the program website on program impact and how impact is assessed and used for decision making in the Program.

1. BACKGROUND OF THE PROJECT AND ASSIGNMENT


DFAT has a long history of rural development in Indonesia. There have been two main predecessors to AIP Rural: ANTARA (2005-2010) with a budget of AU$30 million for five years in NTT province; and, SADI (2006-2010) also with a budget of AU$30 million for 4 years for NTT, NTB and Sulawesi provinces. DFAT's most recent program, AIP-Rural, has been designed as a 10 year program ending in June 2022. The program's 1st Phase, ending in June 2017, has a budget of AU$112 million and is aimed at increasing, by at least 30%, the agricultural incomes of 300,000 small farmers Jiving in 5 provinces of eastern Indonesia: NTT, NTB, East Java, Papua and West Papua.

The Theory of Change underpinning AIP-Rural is that agriculture is three times more efficient in reducing poverty compared to other major economic sectors. And if more farmers understand the impact of, and have access to, improved assets, technology, inputs and services, they will increase their competitiveness and incomes. The key strategies that AIP-Rural will use to improve access to these assets, technologies, inputs and services are:
  1. To identify commodity sectors like (maize, beef, cocoa etc.) or cross cutting sectors (mechanization, irrigation, technology, finance), that are most relevant to generating pro-poor outcomes in the selected provinces,
  2. To analyze these sectors, to assess the systemic or binding constraints that are most important to increased farm incomes, and then
  3. To design 80+ sustainable and market driven interventions which generate "scalable" impact and outreach to small farmers for whom these sectors relevant in these provinces.

The program will consist of several components:
  1. PRISMA, commissioned in November 2013, will concentrate its interventions mostly in selected commodity sectors,
  2. A financial Inclusion program will work though micro finance organizations to address small farmer access to credit and micro-insurance,
  3. An agricultural research and innovation program will improve farmer access to new processes and technologies,
  4. A small regional economic development program will improve the local competitive or enabling environment for agriculture, and
  5. A tertiary irrigation program (TIRTA) to boost agricultural productivity through improving farmer access to water.
  6. The core rationale of TIRTA is that access to irrigation has three times more impact on farmer incomes than other inputs like fertilizers and seeds and within irrigation services tertiary irrigation offers the greatest prospects to AIP-Rural for improvement. The main constraints in tertiary irrigation are related to lack of investment for expansion and poor operations and maintenance. Because of its recognized impact on farmer incomes TIRTA will approach tertiary irrigation in a businesslike manner by facilitating the expansion of local commercial investment in tertiary irrigation schemes in eastern Indonesia.

2. OBJECTIVE OF THE POSITION
Reporting to the Team Leader and supported by the Results Measurement Coordinator, Result Measurement Manager is primarily responsible for the design of monitoring and results measurement (MRM) plans of TIRTA implementation. The Result Measurement Manager is responsible to monitor and report on results in cooperation with AIP-Rural Result Measurement Manager.


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