We are looking for passionate people to make a difference!

Do you believe that your talent brings impact for other’s life?
Do you believe that you can make change for Indonesia?

By joining Wahana Visi Indonesia, your time is not just for working. You also become part of more than 700 WVI staffs around Indonesia to serve the neediest children in Indonesia. We are working with people who dream of making Indonesian children live life at its fullness.

Project Coordinator is responsible to do planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluation 1 or more sector projects that contribute to the achievement of ADP Program goals. The Project Coordinator will also support the ADP team to ensure project promotes quality, empowering and sustainable development in alignment with relevant strategies (e.g. national, sectoral, disaster preparedness plan, etc.), policies (e.g. ministry policies, child sponsorship, DME management policy, etc.) and standards (e.g. IPM, LEAP, sponsorship service, financial, etc.. ).

Location: Alor

Qualification

  • Bachelor degree majoring the project sector or any other relevant field.
  • Min. 2 years’ experience as Project Coordinator of respected sector.
  • Experience in advocacy and networking on respected sector is an advantage.
  • Sound experience in project design, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and report writing.
  • Strong interpersonal and facilitation skills.
  • Solid computer skills in Microsoft Office.
  • Good English skill with min.TOEFL socre 450

Submit your application with updated CVID Card, References, and SKCK not later than September 28th, 2020. 

Note: SKCK (Surat Keterangan Catatan Kepolisian). Only short-listed applicants will be contacted. 

 

WVI applies a safeguarding policy on children and vulnerable adults and has zero tolerance towards incidents of violence or abuse against children or adults, including sexual exploitation or abuse, committed either by employees or others affiliated with WVI work.

Major Roles : To improve and sustain the well-being of children and their families by responsible to do, the planning, implementation and monitoring of Livelihood program in Area Program is met organization and donor standard.

Location: Kodya Ternate

Qualification

  • Bachelor degree in Economic, Business or Social Economic Agriculture
  • At least 2 years experiences in implementing livelihood or economic & agriculture development programming
  • Strong interpersonal and facilitation skills.
  • Proficient verbal and written in English , min. TOEFL score 550
  • Well understanding of child protection issues and program.

Submit your application with updated CV, ID Card, References and SKCK.

Notes*: SKCK (Surat Keterangan Catatan Kepolisian).

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted. 

WVI applies safeguarding policy on children and vulnerable adults  and  has zero tolerance towards incidents of violence or abuse against children or adults, including sexual exploitation or abuse, committed either by employees or others  affiliated with  WVI work .

Provide management and coordination for Accounting process in cluster (AP) office, including transaction booking in disbursement, deposits, closing entry adjustment using Sun 6, and maintain a very good internal control environment around the process according to FFM and in-country accounting procedures and guidelines.

Location: Maluku Utara

Qualification

  • Bachelor degree in Accounting or Management 
  • At least 5 year experiences working in accounting, financial management & administration works
  • Achieving quality results & service
  • Thinking clearly, deeply & broadly.
  • Practising accountability & integrity
  • Willing to get placement between North Maluku / Central Sulawesi

Submit your application with updated CVID Card, References and SKCK* not later than August 31, 2020. 

Notes*:

SKCK (Surat Keterangan Catatan Kepolisian). Only short-listed applicants will be contacted. 

WVI applies safeguarding policy on children and vulnerable adults and has zero tolerance towards incidents of violence or abuse against children or adults, including sexual exploitation or abuse, committed either by employees or others affiliated with  WVI work.

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Maria J Adrijanti Ekaratni

The work ethic and work environment that continues to be built at WVI makes all staff do what is said. Work in the office and field to meet the community is balanced, so it does not make you bored at work. By working at WVI, staff can have the opportunity to explore Indonesia where WVI works and get to know the diverse cultures of Indonesian people. The opportunity to meet people from various groups and backgrounds like that, indirectly 'enriching' me spiritually.

Maria J Adrijanti Ekaratni

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Solfriamus Dasman

I faced many challenges while working in the middle of Papuan society. I have experienced acute malaria and even was rejected by the community. But as difficult as anything, I want to be useful for the children and the community that I serve.

Solfriamus Dasman

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Maria Andoryati

I have had many opportunities to learn and grow in this organization. I feel glad because this organization has many types of long-term projects and disaster response projects and programs. By working as a humanitarian worker, I can live directly with the community and open my mindset to the fullest. I see that the people themselves that understand best how to improve their quality of life.

Maria Andoryati

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Uliyasi Simanjuntak

I am acquainted with many 'cool artists' here. They are people who do not want to give up on the situation and try to prove that their struggle will produce the best results for their children in the future. Their story has encouraged me to continue applying my knowledge, continue to learn, be grateful, and be proud of God who has given me the opportunity to serve in East Sumba.

Uliyasi Simanjuntak

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Franky Febriyanto

Living in a big city since childhood and having to work with people in remote villages is not easy and requires struggle. But I enjoyed it because this is called the school of life. I learned many things from the community and children about the meaning of simplicity and struggle. If young people in Indonesia only want to work and serve in big cities, when will the villages develop?

Franky Febriyanto

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