About the Role
Each Indonesian Center has 2-4 co-Directors. The Lead Director of Indonesia will oversee the Co-Directors and the programs at all Indonesian centres. This role includes:
Training new Co-Directors in the various at-centre tasks they must complete in order to keep the centre running smoothly.
Travelling around the 4 centers that IHF has in Indonesia throughout the year, ensuring that each is well maintained and properly run. Staying 2-4 weeks in each center when visiting.
Work on the legal structure of the organization. Help update and obtain the required legal documents.
Help develop local contacts around the different areas IHF has programs.
Overseeing some of the operations and finances of the organisation in Indonesia.
Innovating ideas to improve the organisation’s programmes.
Work online in several key areas of the organization: such as the Hiring, legal of Fundraising department.
Report on a weekly basis to the Executive Director.
This work will be challenging, but you will hone your time management skills and be an essential part of the functioning of an all-volunteer run, grassroots NGO.
This position is only available for Indonesian nationals.
At least 3 years of professional experience in a managerial position. Preferred 2 years’ experience working or volunteering with an international NGO.
Fluency in both written and spoken English is essential.
Must commit to serve at least two years in this role.
Excellent teamwork skills and working ethics.
Applicants with any educational background are welcome but those with a degree in social studies, language studies, education, law, or social work are particularly invited to apply.
Applicants who are creative and innovative, willing to take responsibility and who easily adapt to new conditions and unexpected situations are welcome.
Experience abroad will be an asset.
Each IHF center is a product of its environment and follows the cultural code and norms of its host country. So must IHF staff. Our volunteers must have high intercultural sensitivity and be tolerant to different views and ways of life.
As a Lead Director, you will receive a salary of US$300. Basic accommodation and food is provided by IHF at its Centers.
Candidates are subject to a 3 month training and probation period during which they will receive half their stipend.
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About International Humanity Foundation
Half of IHF's mission is to educate the poor and the other half is to educate the world about the poor. Our vision is to strive for a world of leaders and citizens who have interacted with, and are truly knowledgeable about the world's poor. We believe in a "pass it on" philosophy where education is free and available for all who seek it. Those of us who have received a free education pass it on by helping others less fortunate by teaching, interacting and learning. With just a few hours a week, our volunteers, children and sponsors are changing the world we live in.
IHF is a nonreligious, nonpolitical, nonprofit organization that strongly believes in an equal opportunity for all and in preserving the cultures, traditions and beliefs of the marginalized communities it works in.