Deputy Chief of Party, Anti-Corruption Project - KEMITRAAN

 Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia

I.            Position Information

Post:                    Deputy Chief of Party, Anti-Corruption Project


Duration of contract:    

One year (with a possible extension up to two years). The DCOP is expected to replace the COP in Year three of the five years program.  This is a locally appointed position; Indonesian nationals are encouraged to apply.


Supervisor:        Chief of Party (COP)


II.           Organizational Context

KEMITRAAN seeks candidates for the role of Deputy Chief of Party (DOCP) on an anticipated 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:

Ø   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.

Ø   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.

Ø   Enhancing political transparency through a new campaign finance database, monitoring, and advocacy to increase state subsidies and reporting obligations.

Ø   Improving public access to information, enhancing citizen oversight, and strengthening public ability to demand accountability.

Ø   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 reporting.

The DCOP will support the COP in all management aspects of the project and represent the program in the COP’s absence to key national, sub-national, and international partners. She/he oversees budget implementation, financial management, and supervising the Finance and Grants Manager. The DCOP is responsible for ensuring project activities are in compliance with donor regulations, project management policies, and KEMITRAAN’s rules and regulations, thereby preparing the projector external and donor audits.

The DCOP is expected to replace the COP in Year three of the five years program.



III.          Functions / Key Results Expected

Summary of Key Functions:

Ø    Support the COP in all management aspects of the project and represent the program in the COP’s absence to key national, sub-national, and international partners.

Ø    Oversees budget implementation and financial management, supervising the Finance and Grants Manager.

Ø    Ensuring project activities are in compliances with donor regulations, project management policies, and KEMITRAAN’s rules and regulations

Ø    Directly supervise Monitoring and Evaluation specialist to ensure high quality of project performance and reporting;

Ø    Work closely with the Grants and Finance Manager to ensure a smooth implementation of procurement regulations, cash flow management and burn rate tracking.


IV.         Impact of Results

Overall impact of results of this position are as follows:

Ø    Successful, accountable and timely delivery of program grants and finance management; including financial report and audit, in line with donor regulations, project management policies, and KEMITRAAN’s rules and regulations

Ø    High quality of project performance and reporting in line with monitoring and evaluation framework

Ø    Successful in assisting the Chief of Party in delivering excellent program team management and coordination; including working relationship within the program team, related management units at KEMITRAAN and all consortium members, as well as in team management and communication with donor, related GOI partners, CSOs and private sectors stakeholders

V.           Competencies

Corporate Responsibility & teamwork:

o    Serves and promotes the vision, mission, values, and strategic goals of the Partnership

o    Demonstrates integrity by modelling professional values and ethical standards

o    Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability

o    Plans, prioritizes, and delivers tasks on time

o    Participates effectively in a team-based, information-sharing environment, collaborating and cooperating with others

People Skills:

o   Sets clear performance goals and standards; executes responsibilities accordingly

Partnering & Networking:

o   Seeks and applies knowledge, information, and best practices from within and outside the Partnership


o    Plans and produces quality results to meet established goals

o    Innovation & Judgment

o    Contributes creative, practical ideas and approaches to deal with challenging situations

o    Strives for quality client-oriented services (internal/external)


o    Demonstrates effective written and oral communication skills

o    Demonstrates good negotiations skills


Job Knowledge & Expertise

o    Executes day-to-day tasks systematically & efficiently

o    Uses Information Technology effectively as a tool and resource

o    Familiar with data warehouse and its maintenance

o    Is motivated & demonstrates a capacity to pursue personal development & learn

VI.         Recruitment Qualifications


A degree (preferably a Master degree) in international relations, political science, law or a related field.


Minimum of 15 years of experience working in project management. Excellent track record managing donor projects. Sound knowledge of the US Government regulations related to project management is preferable. Given that the DCOP is expected to replace the COP in Year three, the DCOP must also possess a proven ability to liaise with and communicate effectively with senior government officials, donors, and partners.

Experience and deep understanding of the process of policy and legal reform in Indonesia related to corruption, democratic and justice reform. Experience with legislation and regulatory drafting, policy formulation and advocacy, organizational capacity building, cross-sector coordination, public engagement, and behaviour change campaign activities preferred. Superb analytical and planning skills, good judgment, ability to work under tight deadlines. Strong technical writing and presentation skills.

Language Requirements:            

Excellent proficiency in spoken and written English and Bahasa Indonesia

To apply for this position please submit your CV and other supporting documents as required using this link  no later than January 21, 2022.  Please see/download the detailed TOR in our website at    

KEMITRAAN provides equal employment opportunities. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and abilities.  Women are encouraged to apply.

Only shortlisted candidate will be contacted.