Knowledge Management Economic Adviser

Australia-Indonesia Partnership for Economic Governance (AIPEG)
Knowledge Management Economic Adviser, Jakarta
The Australia-Indonesia Partnership for Economic Governance (AIPEG) is a Government of Australia funded project assisting Indonesia in undertaking economic and financial policy reforms. SMEC International, the Managing Contractor, seeks applications for a qualified Knowledge Management Economic Adviser for a full-time position until June 2017 based in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The successful candidate will be a highly motivated specialist in the areas of knowledge management and economics, and will be responsible for strengthening AIPEG’s knowledge management systems, monitoring and evaluation, and improving communication of AIPEG’s work to a range of stakeholders and audiences. The position will develop performance-oriented approaches to measuring, accounting and communicating program performance.
A copy of the Terms of Reference (ToR) and application guidelines can be downloaded from www.aipeg.or.id or by writing toprocurement@aipeg.or.id.
To be considered, applicants should submit the application form clearly addressing the selection criteria listed in the TOR and a CV toprocurement@aipeg.or.id no later than 9.00 AM (Jakarta time) on Monday, 11 April 2016. Submission of an incomplete set of required documents may result in an application being unsuccessful. Applications submitted through an alternate email address or website will not be considered.
The remuneration will be set within the Adviser Remuneration Framework (ARF) which can be found on the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website. Remuneration may be set up to a level of Discipline Group C, Level 4, depending on the applicant’s skills and experience.
The successful candidate will be expected to mobilise rapidly following negotiation of a contract.
Selection will be made in accordance with Government of Australia procurement rules. SMEC is an equal opportunity employer.
AIPEG, managed by SMEC, is an Australian aid project, funded by the Australian Government