Minggu, 21 Juli 2013



Reports to: National Project Manager of PREP-ICCTF and Head of ICCTF Secretariat
Duty Station: ICCTF Secretariat, Wisma Bakrie 2, Jakarta
Duration of Assignment:initially August – December 2013, with probability of extension

□full time, output based  

I. Background Information

In 2009 the Government of Indonesia (GoI) established a national trust fund mechanism called the Indonesian Climate Change Trust Fund (ICCTF) to facilitate and coordinate financial support for climate change related activities. ICCTF is the first integrated financial mechanism for Indonesia’s national policies and programs on addressing climate change. Current ICCTF governance structure includesa Steering Committee, Technical Committee and Secretariat. ICCTF operates in three thematic windows: land based mitigation, energy,and resilience and adaptation.   
“Letter of Agreement regarding Implementation of Preparatory Arrangements for the Indonesia Climate Change Trust Fund” was signed by the GOI and UNDP on September 14, 2009 to establish the Preparatory Arrangement for the Indonesia Climate Change Trust Fund (PREP-ICCTF) project until the end of 2014. The objectives of the PREP-ICCTF project were to immediately support priority initiatives on climate change, and to support capacity development needs for the design, establishment and implementation of ICCTF.  Under the PREP-ICCTF, UNDP acts as the interim fund manager for ICCTF during the interim phase. During the interim phase, responsibilities of UNDP have gradually been transferred from the PREP-ICCTF project to ICCTF. In compliance with the Presidential Regulation (Perpres) No.80/2011 on Trust Funds, ICCTF is currently working on a transition
plan to establish a fully nationally managed trust fund structure with a Board of Trustee (Majelis Wali Amanat/MWA) and a National Fund Manager (Pengelola Dana Amanat/PDA). 

This transition phase will be completed by the end of 2014. As part of this transition, ICCTF is hiring a Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) Manager with the responsibility of strengthening the mechanisms of program assurance within ICCTF and particularly coordinating the planning, monitoring and evaluation of ICCTF-managed projects. The national framework for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation is expected to capture the local development results for the people of Indonesia and demonstrate the value-added of ICCTF-managed projects in the national fight against climate change. The PME Manager will report to National Project Manager of PREP-ICCTF and Head of ICCTF Secretariat. 

II. Objectives of Assignment

Working under the direct supervision of the PREP-ICCTF National Project Manager, the Planning, Monitoring
and Evaluation Manager PME Manager will assume the responsibility of assuring the quality of projects funded by the ICCTF Secretariat. The managing role of the PME Manager spans over the lifecycle of ICCTF projects. With the support of the program team from Technical Windows (land-based mitigation, energy and adaptation), the PME Manager will 1) ensure the rigorous planning of new projects; 2) monitor the programmatic and financial disbursement progress of ongoing projects; and 3) evaluate development results from ICCTF-funded project
and their contribution to tackling climate change. The PME Manage is in charge of underlining the contribution of ICCTF as an institution to the national emission reduction target of the Government of Indonesia to effectively and
coherently address climate change by reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 26 percent, and 41 percent if financial support from other countries is available, by 2020.
S/he will provide guidance and supervise the work of the Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Unit. S/he will
also meet regularly with the National Project Manager and Head of Secretariat  in order to provide evidence-based advice on ICCTF’s strategic steering and positioning.

 The Manager promotes a collaborative, client-oriented approach consistent with Government of Indonesia rules and regulations, ensuring successful ICCTF operation.S/he works in close collaboration with the Bappenas
and UNDP Indonesia CO.

III. Scope of Work

1.  Managerial Duties:
* Direct responsibility and accountability for planning, management and oversight of program development and project evaluations conducted at the ICCTF Secretariat.
* Lead the Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Unit and provide guidance to Thematic Windows to design relevant projects and achieve results set out with the Executing Agencies.
* Provide evidence-based strategic advice to the Steering Committee/Board of Trustees on ICCTF Secretariat performance.
* Maintain consistency between the evolution of ICCTF Secretariat structure and operations with the Standard Operation Procedures.
* Demonstrate the quality of ICCTF Secretariat’s operations to contribute to resource mobilization efforts of the Board of Trustees.
* Prepare annual monitoring report of the Secretariat aggregating findings on project implementation, to be presented to the Steering Committee/Board of Trustees.

2.  Planning for Results:
* Support the PREP-ICCTF National Project Manager and Head of Secretariat in the creation of ICCTF Annual Work Plan based on ICCTF Business Plan, to be approved by Steering Committee/Board of Trustees.
* Support the development of new project proposals in line with ICCTF Business Plan and Annual Work Plan.
* Provision of technical advice at the design stage of projects setting up a framework with defined indicators at the design stage to facilitate the evaluation at the later stages. 

* Ensure the quality of project proposal before approval for funding, including review of socio-economic and environmental safeguards.
* Incorporate national objectives into ICCTF planning and objectives (National Mid-term Development Plan – RPJMN, National/Provincial Action Plan for Greenhouse Gas Emission – RAN/RAD-GRK, National Action Plan for Climate Change Adaptation RAN-API).
* Provide assistance to the PREP-ICCTF National Project Manager of Secretariat to link ICCTF strategic steering with national action plans and initiatives.

3.  Monitoring for Results: 

* Implementation of monitoring policies and strategies established in the development and transition phase of ICCTF.
* Revision of monitoring policies and Standard Operating Procedures to maintain consistency with the status of ICCTF as a nationally managed trust fund.
* With the support of the Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Unit, conduct annual monitoring exercise to measure the financial and programmatic performance of the ICCTF Secretariat and its contribution to
national targets of greenhouse gas emission reduction.
* Ensure that all annual monitoring reports are prepared on time for the review of the Head of Secretariat, presentation to the Steering Committee/Board of Trustees and submitted to the donor in timely manner.
* Regularly assess monitoring capacity of ICCTF and provide recommendation to the Head of Secretariat for improvement as necessary.

4.  Monitoring for Results:
* Advise the Thematic Window team on the program of work, including identification of topics, and projects/program to be evaluated.
* Ensure that all evaluation reports are prepared on time for the review of the PREP-ICCTF National Project Manager and Head of ICCTF Secretariat, and submitted to the donor in timely manner.
* Preparation of the Terms of Reference (TOR), consultant and evaluation team selection, technical feedback on evaluations and budget oversight.
* Guidance on UNDP evaluation policies, procedures and practices to program managers, UNDP CO staff concerned with evaluation, consultants and/or members of the evaluation team.
* Provision of evaluation feedback into policy/project/program design, including comments on various documents.
* Follow up on implementation of evaluation recommendations. Ensuring the optimal use of evaluations by providing guidance in preparation of timely management response to all mandatory evaluations and by developing a communication plan to the Steering Committee/Board of Trustees.

5.  Institutional Development:
* Organization and conduct of training for the operations/ projects staff on Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Unit. 
* Contribute to the Organization’s Knowledge Management strategy by taking the role of a facilitator in the process of capturing best practices, knowledge codification efforts, capitalizing on lessons learnt, synthesizing the M&E data/information for internal use and for external use. 
* Identify opportunities for communicating ICCTF results in national and international fora pertaining to climate change and/ or climate finance.
* Liaise with Communication Officer to develop regular and ad hoc publication materials for various medias including both printed and audio-visuals.
* Other relevant tasks as directed by the Head of The Secretariat and National Project Manager.
Impact of Results 
The key results have an impact on the overall effectiveness and success of ICCTF’s interventions and activities in facilitating access to international climate financing and achieving the Indonesia objectives of greenhouse gas emission by 2020. Effective implementation of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation strategies, as well as efficient management of the program, enhance the Secretariat’s capacity and credibility to manage the first fully national trust fund and share experiences and results in international climate change fora.

IV. Requirements and Qualifications
* This post is prepared specifically for a person who is mature, independent and professional in his/her expertise on program development, project management, monitoring and evaluation, financial management, climate change,capacity development and organizational development.
* Minimum Master’s degree in international relations, political science, international financial management, environmental studies, development studies or any closely related
* Minimum 7 years of relevant experience at the national or international level in development issues and program/project monitoring and evaluation, preferably within a bilateral/multilateral development agency, at
least 2 years of which must be in a similar capacity in the area of project management.Experience in policy advocacy and public campaign, project selection and project management. 
* Professional technical knowledge/expertise in methodology of M&E, including theories, standards and models,
quantitative/qualitative/mixed methods, validity/reliability testing of data, data analysis and interpretation.
* Experience in monitoring and evaluation or aid programming with a background in the analysis of socio-economic issues and related policy matters, ideally within the UN system, line ministries or other national agencies.
* Hands-on experience in developing M&E framework, implementing M&E strategies, and  liaising with project implementer from central and local government agencies, NGO/CSOs, and academics.
* Experience of working in the field of reporting and monitoring to include experience in developing plans, tracking results, reporting to different stakeholders.
* Demonstrated experience working with national stakeholders involved in the fight against climate change or environmental management.
* Experience in the usage of computers and office software packages, experience in handling of web-based management systems, ideally Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems.
* Familiarity with the government of Indonesia’s reporting system preferred, and experience with UNDP systems and program management approach is an advantage.
* Professional certification relevant to audit such as Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), or equivalent is desirable. 

* Team player, able to manage and work cooperatively with colleagues of different national and cultural backgrounds. Proven record of attention to detail and work under pressure is required.
* Native Indonesian speaker.
* Fluency in oral and written English is a must.

Interested candidate should submit the application electronically to vacancy@icctf.or.idhighlighting his/her suitability and potential contribution to the position together with a detailed CV, expected remuneration, and
three referees. The application should reach ICCTF Secretariat by August 4th, 2013.  Necessary supporting
documents will be asked should the candidate is shortlisted and asked to present in an interview by ICCTFSelection Panel Team.

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