Communication Officer for an Anti-Corruption Program

I. Position Information
Post Title : Communication Officer for an Anti-Corruption Program
Duration of contract : One year (can be extended into 3 years contract)
Supervisor: Chief of Party

II. Organizational Context
KEMITRAAN seeks candidates for the role of Communication Officer on an anti-
corruption program. This program aims to support Indonesia in corruption prevention
efforts, the strengthening of civic engagement, and the strengthening of a culture of
integrity, particularly in procurement and licensing in the marine/fisheries and forestry
sectors, at national and targeted local levels, through several approaches:

  • Providing technical assistance on COI policy frameworks and implementation,
    supported by new tools to identify COI, and public awareness campaigns that
    effectively address key factors in the public’s continued participation in corruption.
  • Enhancing private sector integrity and anti-corruption engagement through
    collective action, enhanced capacity to implement anti-corruption safeguards, and
    increased dialogue with GOI and CSOs.
  • Enhancing political transparency through a new campaign finance database,
    monitoring, and advocacy to increase state subsidies and reporting obligations.
  • Improving public access to information, enhancing citizen oversight, and
    strengthening public ability to demand accountability.
  • Enhancing the participation of key communities through an expansion of
    anticorruption education through formal and informal educational channels, efforts
    to motivate public participation and engagement, and mechanisms to encourage
    The Communication officer will be supervised by Chief of Party (COP) and play an
    important role to support the development and implementation of project
    communications and consultation strategy. This position will be based in Jakarta,
    Indonesia and is contingent upon contract award to KEMITRAAN.

III. Functions / Key Results Expected
Summary of Key Functions:
q Contributes to and ensues publication of project communication outputs
(newsletters, website, pamphlets, infographics) as well as ad hoc products for
USAID and USG use.
q Arranges media gatherings or press conferences and prepares press releases
q Liaises with the USAID Mission comms teams to ensure accurate and broad
coverage of the project.
q Attends selected project meetings, provides event organizing support.
q Organizes project consultation meeting reports.
q Contributes to and coordinates preparation of regular and ad hoc donor

IV. Recruitment Qualifications
Education and Skill: Minimum Bachelor degree (S1), in communications, public relations, journalism, business administration, management, social science or other subject of relevance.
Experience: Minimum four years of work experience in public relations, advertising, campaigns, and media. Experience in international, multilateral and development organizations is an advantage. Skilled in MS Office suite and web-based systems. Good analytical and planning skills; strong sense for innovation and new approaches to conservation; decisiveness and ability to work independently and in a collaborative team environment. Good judgement, ability to work under tight deadlines. Must have strong report writing and presentation skills. Fluency in written and spoken English and Bahasa Indonesia.

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To apply for this position please submit your CV and other supporting documents as required using this link no later than March 10, 2024.  Only shortlisted candidate will be contacted.

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