DAI – AMARTA
COFFEE VALUE CHAIN COMPETITIVENESS SPECIALIST
The DAI-AMARTA project is working in three value chains nationwide and seeks a full time additional staff to support coffee sector activities based in Jakarta.
The objective of this position is to assist in the design, implementation, and management of the coffee value chain initiatives in various locations to enhance Indonesian competitiveness through value chain interventions. The Coffee Value Chain Competitiveness Advisor is specifically responsible for liaising with producer organizations to identify, plan, and implement technical assistance, training, and RACA activities for the Aral coffee value chain resulting in increased productivity, improved quality, access to better markets, and an enhanced enabling environment.
TASKS (PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS)
- Assist in the delivery of core industry value chain strengthening activities:
- Assist in the development and implementation of Regional Agribusiness Competitiveness Alliances for the Coffee Sector
- Deliver periodic quantitative and qualitative data from VC interventions in a timely manner, as well as descriptive reporting of results.
- Obtain and deliver periodic data from RACA activity and capacity building development Planning and conducting smallholder coffee farmer training and technical assistance activities to increase productivity and improve quality, as well as assisting the SCAT (Specialty Coffee Association of Indonesia) in membership development activities.
POSTING & REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS
The Coffee Value Chain Competitiveness Advisor will be based in Jakarta with travel to other cities as needed. This position will report directly to the Chief of Party in Jakarta.
Applications are open to qualified men and women with the right to work in Indonesia. Send cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org, NLT January 23rd, 2010. Only short listed applicants will be contacted.