Vacancy: Senior CVE Technical Reporting Adviser, USAID CEGAH


Senior CVE Technical Reporting Adviser, USAID CEGAH


Project Summary: 

CEGAH is a 5-year USAID-funded accountability and integrity program that works with a wide range of Indonesian governmental and non-governmental agencies. The program runs between 2016 and 2021. The project is implemented by Management Systems International (MSI).


USAID CEGAH is approaching its final months of implementation.  The project has been through a series of major transitions, from a change in project leadership with a new Chief of Party transitioning from a remote location outside the country due to the Coronavirus pandemic, to project teams pivoting activities implementation from physical (offline) to online or virtual modalities.  The pandemic has substantially affected the implementation of some of the activities of the project and there is a need to prepare a recovery plan to ensure that any delay or lost time in implementation can be recovered as soon as the pandemic-control restrictions are lifted.  Further, anticipating closeout within the year, there is a need to prepare the project’s final report, final M&E report, and other project-end documentation, particularly gathering, collating and validating data to feed into and support the LOP project indicators.      

The proposed CVE  Technical Reporting Adviser will support the Knowledge Management Team/Communications Team to prepare the CVE component of the final report and the sustainability plan. This will involve providing background on existing CVE program issues on an ongoing basis, preparing a draft narrative of the CVE portion of the final report, and submitting recommendations for sustainability of CVE interventions.


Scope of Work:

·        Prepare the CVE portion of the CEGAH final report and sustainability plan.

·        Assist the project knowledge management team and communications team to prepare and finalize the CVE component of the final report.

·        Provide advice on remaining CVE activities and recommend sustainability measures.

·        Perform such other work as may be needed to facilitate implementation of project closeout activities, or as requested by COP or MSI HO staff.



·        CVE draft narrative with infographics, illustrations, charts, tables and other visual aids.

·        CVE updates to the project AMELP and other M&E documents

·        Other documents or deliverables as may be needed.


Period of Performance: March 15, 2021 to May 30, 2021

Estimated LoE:  10 days over the POP



  • At least seven (7) years of relevant work experience as a consultant, academic/researcher, or in law enforcement/relevant government agency working on relevant themes
  • Relevant educational background
  • Excellent knowledge of countering terrorism and violent social movements in Indonesia and preferably some knowledge of parallel experiences in other countries
  • Diverse and close network of relevant actors in government, civil society, and academia
  • A good understanding of Indonesia’s anti-corruption environment and programming
  • Can-do attitude, responsiveness, willingness and ability to function in fluid and flexible environment
  • Excellent English language proficiency in writing and speech
  • Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required.


Application should include a CV (including three references) and contact information by March 09, 2021 at the latest. Please send applications to  Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.


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