Vacancy : USAID SELARAS : Deputy Chief of Party / Ops - Jakarta Office

 USAID SELARAS Activity is hiring!  


The five-year, USAID SELARAS Activity will address the limiting conditions for better solid waste management services in areas where USG investments can significantly reduce ocean plastic pollution while also partnering with private sector enterprises to scale interventions. Achieving this mutual goal will require a diverse approach to:

1) strengthen solid waste sector governance and financing,

2) improve and expand solid waste management services,

3) strengthen local markets and businesses,

4) improve social behaviors and practices, and

5) improve systems for tracking and reducing methane emission.

USAID SELARAS will work at national, provincial, and local levels of government. Partnering with key institutions and stakeholders, the activity will provide timely, relevant, and foundational support to enable the GOI to make progress towards its development objectives of having 100 percent of solid waste managed by 2024 and reduction of marine plastic pollution by 70 percent by 2025.


To achieve these outcomes, USAID SELARAS Activity is recruiting for a candidate to fill the position of:


·       Deputy Chief of Party/Operations


For further information and application submission, please see the link and follow the instructions: 



Select the position in which you are interested in applying for, fill out the required information, and upload CV. Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as interviews will be conducted soon. Please note, due to the volume of applications that we receive and the urgency to fill-up positions, only shortlisted applicants will receive notification on next steps. The closing date of application will be January 27,  2024.



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