• Fisheries Analyst

    10 Apr 2018
    mdpi
    450

    JOB FUNCTION: The Fisheries Analyst will work with the I-Fish database to prepare and provide information and data from the I-Fish database for events and stakeholders, focusing on understanding fishing activities and on improving fisheries management in Indonesia.

     

    POSITION SUMMARY:

     

    The analyst will be responsible to the Fisheries Improvement Manager and will work on a variety of tasks, providing analytic capacity for MDPI. The Fisheries Analyst will use their knowledge of small-scale fisheries operations, fisheries management and / or learn quickly to support the production of analyses for various co-management meetings, national level management developments, RFMO reporting requirements and any other type of data report required for MDPI’s activities. Extracting and formatting data required for specific market certifications and for industry needs is also covered by this position. The Fisheries Analyst will also work with the MDPI Programmer and the Fisheries Improvement team to enhance the I-Fish database capabilities.

     

     

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

     

    • Provide reports and analysis from the I-Fish database that contribute to a variety of MDPI activities and meeting attendance (examples include Data Management Committees, fishermen meetings, evidence for market certifications, RFMO reporting requirements)
    • Develop analyses that help MDPI and/or other participating stakeholders to identify appropriate management measures
    • Support the Fisheries Improvement team in ensuring good quality data is collected with the I-Fish system
    • Support the Programmer in ensuring the database is maintained and can be easily accessed by authorized stakeholders
    • Support the deployment and analysis of data from simple Vessel Monitoring Systems and Time-Lapse cameras on small-scale fishing vessels
    • Support the supervision of interns as necessary
    • Contribute to the development of funding proposals as necessary
    • Support the coordination and alignment of NGO data submissions to the national government
    • Communicate the information and data to a wide variety of stakeholders, ensuring their complete understanding and providing advice as necessary
    • Represent MDPI at external meetings, workshops and conferences as appropriate
    • Develop innovative scientific methods, analyses, tools, and frameworks to address the needs of small-scale fisheries;

     

    QUALIFICATIONS

     

    Essential

    • BSc degree in fisheries, or relevant field;
    • Strong analytical skills. Experience with RStudio, Shiny, PGAdmin, MySQL, LaTeX, and other relevant software for databases, statistics, GIS is a must
    • Able to synthesize large amounts of information and to focus quickly on what analysis and data are required to answer and address a specific topic
    • Experience tailoring analysis and reports to match with stakeholder backgrounds and understanding, making the data and information accessible in a format that suits their needs
    • An understanding of fisheries monitoring, fisheries management, fisheries stock assessments, impact of fishing, of small-scale fisheries operations, supply chains, common fishery management tools and compliance or data-poor fisheries issues
    • Strong interpersonal skills, capable of interacting professionally with a variety of stakeholders, from fishermen to industry players, government officials at various levels and RFMO and university partners
    • Highly organized, flexible and able to balance multiple deadlines, excellent written and oral communication skills

     

    Desirable

    • MSc in relevant field, with a focus on analyzing large datasets;
    • Experience with spatial and video analysis of fisheries data
    • Basic understanding of market certifications, such as the Marine Stewardship Council and Fair Trade and of the various Regional Fisheries Management Organisations
    • Ability to work as part of a team, under instruction and can develop analyses and reports independently
    • Considerate of sensitive data
    • Good English skills

    Please send Application and CV to career@mdpi.or.id

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  • Enhancing Industry Data

    21 Feb 2018
    Indah Rufiati
    267
    0

    Following the Data Management Committee (DMC) meeting in Manado, a meeting focused on enhancing industry data was held on December 8, 2017.

    Ibu Riana from Direktorat Pengelolaan Sumber Daya Ikan (PSDI) opened the meeting with a presentation on ‘Logbook and Observer Data Collection in Support of Sustainable Fisheries.’ She emphasized that collaborative management requires that all stakeholders collect fisheries information in order to create better fisheries management. She discussed the legal basis for using logbooks and the issues associated with logbooks including compliance, incomplete data, difficulty filling them out, and more. There are plans to redesign the logbook system, especially with regards to the e-logbook system. Finally, Ibu Riana presented on the observer program, with updates on national numbers.

    An active discussion about logbooks followed her presentation, including those companies that are able to comply and others that find it difficult to implement logbooks, especially with small-scale vessels in remote areas. A recommendation to have Dinas Kelautan dan Perikanan (DKP) review logbook implementation with fishermen was suggested.

    Allison from MDPI presented about eco-certifications, specifically the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). She outlined the three main principles behind the MSC certification, along with the 28 indicators of fishery performance. Until now, no capture fisheries in Indonesia have the MSC certificate, but lots of work is being done to achieve it. Reaching MSC is one way to help ensure that fisheries are sustainable. Heri from Asosiasi Perikanan Pole & Line dan Handline Indonesia (AP2HI) gave a follow-up presentation that went into greater detail about the preparation for MSC certification, highlighting the need for members to comply to effective management measures.

    Finally, MDPI’s Stephani Mangunsong presented about the new Seafood Import Monitoring Program (SIMP) in the United states and how this might affect Indonesia’s exports to the US. Monitoring tuna imports is one of the priorities of SIMP, though the regulation applies to all seafood species entering the US. All fish entering the US as of January 1, 2018 must participate in the program, submitting data about fishing activities, vessel identification, fishing gear, fish species, landing data and catch area.

    There was a positive and enthusiastic response from the suppliers that attended the meeting, with one emphasizing that fishermen and suppliers need to participate in data collection. The supplier said that the important thing is to be proactive, and if there is a need for data, it will be given.

    Writer: Allison Stocks

     

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  • Indonesian Data Collaboration Takes Another Step Forward

    21 Feb 2018
    Indah Rufiati
    260
    0

    In January 2018, NGOs and industry members gathered together in Bali to continue working towards a more cohesive approach to sharing fisheries data with the Indonesian government. Twenty-two people from thirteen different organizations participated in the meeting.

    This collaboration was initiated in August 2017, and there has been significant progress in advancing the goal of a coordinated approach to fisheries data collection and sharing. Momo from MDPI updated the group on the work that had been done so far, along with the goals of the initiative. Pak Lutfi from MDPI updated the participants on the progress and developments in the online data portal system. Feedback was given on the system and the overall initiative, and participants committed to concrete steps to move the initiative forward.

    Three working groups were formed: Government Coordination, Technical Development, and Administration. These working groups will help advance specific aspects of the NGO alignment group, like introducing the concept to some government departments and gathering input on the system.

    The working groups will continue to work towards their goals and the next meeting of the group will be in six months or so. It is a very exciting initiative and we are looking forward to the impacts it might have for Indonesian fisheries management in the future. Sustainable fisheries are the ultimate goal!

    Writer: Allison Stocks

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  • World Fisheries Day in Pulau Bisa

    21 Feb 2018
    Indah Rufiati
    258
    0

    MDPI field team in Pulau Bisa, North Maluku Province, celebrated World Fisheries Day on November 21st, 2017 by conducting several events: coloring competition, rowing boat competition and beach clean-up.

    Coloring competition

    The competition was conducted in the elementary school Sekolah Dasar Negeri (SDN) 41 South Halmahera and was attended by 47 students. Prior to the coloring session, MDPI staff presented videos and information about Endangered Threatened and Protected (ETP) species such as sea turtles, whales and dolphins with additional information on tuna, mangrove forests and coral reefs shared. The students were enthusiastic and some of them also shared their experience of seeing sea animals. The completed drawings were rated by the teachers, headmaster and MDPI staff, with the top five drawings receiving a prize provided by MDPI.

    Rowing boat competition and beach clean-up

    MDPI invited the village government, high school students, medical team of the community health center (Pusat Kesehatan Masyarakat/PUSKESMAS) and people in the fishing community to join the rowing boat competition. There were 33 participants in this competition that were divided into six groups. Each group was equipped with a life jacket for safety. To close the rowing boat competition, all participants, MDPI and people in the fishing community helped in a beach clean-up and collected a total of 376.4 kg garbage.

    MDPI would like to thank all people who are supported our activities in Pulau Bisa. Hopefully the community will continue the effort to keep the beach clean.

    Writer: Amrollah

     

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  • The 2nd Data Management Committee (DMC) Meeting of North Sulawesi Province

    22 Jan 2018
    Indah Rufiati
    476
    0

    The regular Data Management Committee (DMC) meeting was convened in December 7, 2017 in Hotel Sintesa Peninsula, Manado. This meeting was attended by the members of DMC: representatives of provincial government, national government, industry, fishermen, NGOs and university.

    In the first session, Ibu Inneke Adam (DMC secretary) presented the DMC accomplishments from the past six months. The accomplishments include: DMC Decree (Surat Keputusan) already issued by the governor and the establishment of the DMC secretariat in Tumumpa Fishing Port in Manado as the DMC coordination place.

    Pak Ronald Sorongan (head of Dinas Kelautan dan Perikanan (DKP) North Sulawesi Province) gave the overview on how the meeting will be conducted. He hoped that the data collection activity, the collaboration among stakeholders and regular meetings on the issues found in the field will result in a recommendation for local policy Peraturan Daerah (PERDA) or Peraturan Gubernur (PERGUB).

    In the next session Riza (MDPI staff in Sulawesi Utara Province) delivered a presentation on the data collection activity in North Sulawesi. He informed about the big picture of MDPI activities in North Sulawesi Province and the result of data collection from January to November 2017. Participants were that MDPI recently expanded the sites to Manado and Tahuna with the support of USAID OCEANS for data collection and vessel registration.

    Pak Johny Budiman (Universitas Sam Ratulangi (UNSRAT)) presented about the data that had been collected from September to December 2017. Data was collected on fish length, fishing effort and catch share in the fishing effort.

    The following issues were discussed during the meeting:

    • How to expand the data collection activity in more areas so it can represent the population
    • Fishermen issues on the complicated process of obtaining a vessel permit
    • What substitute can be used for stones, which fishermen attach to the bait for tuna fishing. There is a worry that if the use of stones is continued, it may have a negative effect on the environment

    Ibu Riana (Direktorat Pengelolaan Sumber Daya Ikan (PSDI) Kementerian Perikanan dan Kelautan (KKP)) shared the latest information on tuna catch allowances. She informed the participants that Indonesia is allowed to increase the quota of purse seine and longline in Pacific Ocean in order to optimize the use of the available natural resources.

    To wrap up, Pak Saut (MDPI) gave some guidance and ideas on the future of the DMC, in terms of funding and the targets to be accomplished. Hopefully the DMC will become a regular event for all fisheries stakeholders in North Sulawesi.

     

    Writer. A. Riza Baroqi

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  • Data Validation Meeting in Manado

    17 Jan 2018
    Indah Rufiati
    450
    0

    The Fisheries Improvement Team conducted a data validation meeting in Manado, from 9 – 12 December, to ensure high quality data is entered in to the I-Fish database. This activity is conducted every six months and this time the meeting was attended by Pak Saut, Wildan, Allison, Timur, Juhrin, Karel, Riza and Huda.

    The activity began with a short presentation from each participant to update on the current situation and the achievements in the last six months in each region. This was followed by a session of data validation. Participants were divided into three groups to check the data one-by-one from June-November. From this check, a summary was produced for each location, detailing the port sampling coverage percentage, and information on baitfish, bycatch, main target fish and ETP (Endangered, Threatened or Protected) species. Based on the data checking and summaries, the port sampling activities are sampling more than 20% of the total fishing effort in each location, which is in accordance with the port sampling protocol.

    This data validation meeting included information sharing sessions by Pak Saut and Allison, updating the participants knowledge about fisheries management, harvest strategy and the basics of stock assessment. In conducting this activity, the Fishery Improvement Team will keep updated on fisheries management concepts and have a good understanding of the data requirements for fish stock assessments. It was a successful meeting, with participants getting more detailed information on activities across MDPI sites and within the bigger picture of MDPI, and the recommendations from the data validation will be included in the data collection and I-Fish process.

    Writer: Wildan

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  • Site Supervisor – Morotai, Maluku Utara

    11 Jan 2018
    mdpi
    1107

    Posisi               : Site Supervisor
    Lokasi                   : Morotai, Maluku Utara
    Kepegawaian    : Kontrak
    Melapor kepada               : Regional Supervisor
    Deskripsi          :

    Proyek Sustainable Ecosystems Advanced (SEA) yang didanai oleh USAID merupakan proyek lima tahun (2016-2021) yang mendukung Pemerintah Indonesia dalam menguatkan tata kelola sumber daya perikanan dan kelautan, serta konservasi keanekaragaman hayati. Proyek yang diimplementasikan oleh Tetra Tech dan konsorsium mitra ini bekerja pada tingkat nasional, provincial serta lokal di Papua Barat, Maluku dan Maluku Utara yang termasuk di dalam wilayah Pengelolaan Perikanan (WPP) 715 Indonesia. Dengan menggunakan pengelolaan perikanan berbasis ekosistem dan melibatkan pemangku kepentingan utama, Proyek USAID SEA bertujuan untuk (I)menguatkan pengelolaan perikanan dan kawasan perlindungan laut guna meningkatkan produktivitas perikanan, konservasi dan pemanfaatan berkelanjutan, dan (2) memperkuat kapasitas kepemimpinan dari pemerintah lokal dan Kementerian Kelautan dan Perikanan (KKP).

    Yayasan Masyarakat dan Perikanan Indonesia (MDPI) bekerjasama dengan USAID untuk mendukung  tujuan program ini membutuhkan seorang Site Supervisor  yang akan mengemban tugas sebagai berikut:

    1. Pengumpulan Data
    • Menjaga dan memastikan seluruh data sudah benar dan sesuai dengan prosedur standar.
    • Bekoordinasi dan bekerjasama dengan para pegawai di pendaratan ikan/ pemasok/ prosesor dan nelayan saat melaksanakan program port sampling
    • Memastikan seluruh dokumentasi tersimpan dengan benar
    • Melakukan aktifitas lainnya;
    1. Implementasi Program Fair Trade dan atau Program Ketertelusuran
    • Implementasi dan sosialisasi program ke komunitas nelayan
    • Mengikuti standard, memfasilitasi dan mengatur perangkat dan keperluan kegiatan di lokasi sekitar
    • Melakukan aktifitas lainnya terkait program
    1. Manajemen Pegawai dan Program
    • Menjaga perlengkapan kantor dan kebutuhan pegawai, memastikan semua operasional berjalan dengan baik lancar.

    Berperan serta secara aktif di kegiatan lainnya, seperti; keterlibatan masyarakat, kegiatan pendaratan, menghadiri pertemuan, mensosialisasikan Fairtrade, Ketelusuran dan program MDPI lainnya.

    Kebutuhan / Skill yang dibutuhkan:

    • Menempuh studi jurusan strata 1 bidang Perikanan/Kelautan atau yang terkait
    • Miliki motivasi dan inisiatif yang baik untuk mempelajari industri perikanan
    • Fresh graduate dipersilahkan untuk melamar
    • Memiliki keterampilan kepemimpinan yang kuat
    • Mampu mengelola banyak tugas dan tanggung jawab
    • Memahami pentingnya perikanan berkelanjutan untuk Indonesia
    • Kemampuan yang diperlukan: Office (MS Office, seperti: Excel, Word)
    • Orang yang lebih baik atau provinsi yang sama (lebih memilih dari Pulau Obi)
    • Mampu bekerja dalam tim baik internal maupun mitra eksternal (stakeholder lain atau pihak terkait)

    MDPI berkomitmen untuk menerapkan rekrutmen bebas diskriminasi dari unsur SARA (Suku, Agama, Ras dan Antar Golongan), mendukung  kesetaraan gender, anti perdagangan manusia dan menolak segala bentuk penggunaan dan perdagangan narkotika. Lamaran ditujukan kepada HRD MDPI, kirimkan lamaran lengkap via email ke: career@mdpi.or.id

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  • Site Supervisor – Bacan, Maluku Utara

    11 Jan 2018
    mdpi
    898

    Posisi               : Site Supervisor
    Lokasi                   : Bacan, Maluku Utara
    Kepegawaian    : Kontrak
    Melapor kepada               : Regional Supervisor
    Deskripsi          :

    Proyek Sustainable Ecosystems Advanced (SEA) yang didanai oleh USAID merupakan proyek lima tahun (2016-2021) yang mendukung Pemerintah Indonesia dalam menguatkan tata kelola sumber daya perikanan dan kelautan, serta konservasi keanekaragaman hayati. Proyek yang diimplementasikan oleh Tetra Tech dan konsorsium mitra ini bekerja pada tingkat nasional, provincial serta lokal di Papua Barat, Maluku dan Maluku Utara yang termasuk di dalam wilayah Pengelolaan Perikanan (WPP) 715 Indonesia. Dengan menggunakan pengelolaan perikanan berbasis ekosistem dan melibatkan pemangku kepentingan utama, Proyek USAID SEA bertujuan untuk (I)menguatkan pengelolaan perikanan dan kawasan perlindungan laut guna meningkatkan produktivitas perikanan, konservasi dan pemanfaatan berkelanjutan, dan (2) memperkuat kapasitas kepemimpinan dari pemerintah lokal dan Kementerian Kelautan dan Perikanan (KKP).

    Yayasan Masyarakat dan Perikanan Indonesia (MDPI) bekerjasama dengan USAID untuk mendukung  tujuan program ini membutuhkan seorang Site Supervisor  yang akan mengemban tugas sebagai berikut:

    1. Pengumpulan Data
    • Menjaga dan memastikan seluruh data sudah benar dan sesuai dengan prosedur standar.
    • Bekoordinasi dan bekerjasama dengan para pegawai di pendaratan ikan/ pemasok/ prosesor dan nelayan saat melaksanakan program port sampling
    • Memastikan seluruh dokumentasi tersimpan dengan benar
    • Melakukan aktifitas lainnya;
    1. Implementasi Program Fairtrade dan atau Program ketertelusuran
    • Implementasi dan sosialisasi program ke komunitas nelayan
    • Mengikuti standard, memfasilitasi dan mengatur perangkat dan keperluan kegiatan di lokasi sekitar
    • Melakukan aktifitas lainnya terkait program
    1. Manajemen Pegawai dan Program
    • Menjaga perlengkapan kantor dan kebutuhan pegawai, memastikan semua operasional berjalan dengan baik lancar.
    • Aktifitas lainnya:

    Berperan serta secara aktif di kegiatan lainnya, seperti; keterlibatan masyarakat, kegiatan pendaratan, menghadiri pertemuan, mensosialisasikan Fairtrade, Ketelusuran dan program MDPI lainnya.

    Kebutuhan / Skill yang dibutuhkan:

    • Menempuh studi jurusan strata 1 bidang Perikanan/Kelautan atau yang terkait
    • Miliki motivasi dan inisiatif yang baik untuk mempelajari industri perikanan
    • Fresh graduate dipersilahkan untuk melamar
    • Memiliki keterampilan kepemimpinan yang kuat
    • Mampu mengelola banyak tugas dan tanggung jawab
    • Memahami pentingnya perikanan berkelanjutan untuk Indonesia
    • Kemampuan yang diperlukan: Office (MS Office, seperti: Excel, Word)
    • Orang yang lebih baik atau provinsi yang sama (lebih memilih dari Pulau Obi)
    • Mampu bekerja dalam tim baik internal maupun mitra eksternal (stakeholder lain atau pihak terkait)

    MDPI berkomitmen untuk menerapkan rekrutmen bebas diskriminasi dari unsur SARA (Suku, Agama, Ras dan Antar Golongan), mendukung  kesetaraan gender, anti perdagangan manusia dan menolak segala bentuk penggunaan dan perdagangan narkotika.

    Lamaran ditujukan kepada HRD MDPI, kirimkan lamaran lengkap via email ke: career@mdpi.or.id

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  • Sustainability Facilitator – Morotai, Maluku Utara

    11 Jan 2018
    mdpi
    876

    Posisi               : Sustainability Facilitator
    Lokasi                   : Morotai, Maluku Utara
    Kepegawaian    : Kontrak
    Melapor kepada               : Site Supervisor
    Deskripsi          :

    Proyek Sustainable Ecosystems Advanced (SEA) yang didanai oleh USAID merupakan proyek lima tahun (2016-2021) yang mendukung Pemerintah Indonesia dalam menguatkan tata kelola sumber daya perikanan dan kelautan, serta konservasi keanekaragaman hayati. Proyek yang diimplementasikan oleh Tetra Tech dan konsorsium mitra ini bekerja pada tingkat nasional, provincial serta lokal di Papua Barat, Maluku dan Maluku Utara yang termasuk di dalam wilayah Pengelolaan Perikanan (WPP) 715 Indonesia. Dengan menggunakan pengelolaan perikanan berbasis ekosistem dan melibatkan pemangku kepentingan utama, Proyek USAID SEA bertujuan untuk (I)menguatkan pengelolaan perikanan dan kawasan perlindungan laut guna meningkatkan produktivitas perikanan, konservasi dan pemanfaatan berkelanjutan, dan (2) memperkuat kapasitas kepemimpinan dari pemerintah lokal dan Kementerian Kelautan dan Perikanan (KKP).

    Yayasan Masyarakat dan Perikanan Indonesia (MDPI) bekerjasama dengan USAID untuk mendukung  tujuan program ini membutuhkan seorang Sustainability Facilitator  yang akan mengemban tugas sebagai berikut:

    1. Pengumpulan Data
    • Menjaga dan memastikan seluruh data sudah benar dan sesuai dengan prosedur standar.
    • Bekoordinasi dan bekerjasama dengan para pegawai di pendaratan ikan/ pemasok/ prosesor dan nelayan saat melaksanakan program port sampling
    • Memastikan seluruh dokumentasi tersimpan dengan benar
    • Melakukan aktifitas lainnya;
    1. Implementasi Program Fair Trade dan atau Program Ketertelusuran
    • Implementasi dan sosialisasi program ke komunitas nelayan
    • Mengikuti standard, memfasilitasi dan mengatur perangkat dan keperluan kegiatan di lokasi sekitar
    • Melakukan aktifitas lainnya terkait program

    Berperan serta secara aktif di kegiatan lainnya, seperti; keterlibatan masyarakat, kegiatan pendaratan, menghadiri pertemuan, mensosialisasikan Fairtrade, Ketelusuran dan program MDPI lainnya.

    Kebutuhan / Skill yang dibutuhkan:

    • Menempuh studi jurusan strata 1 bidang Perikanan/Kelautan atau yang terkait (S1 atau sederajat pada jurusan lain dipersilahkan melamar, SMA/SLTA dengan pengalaman kerja 1 tahun)
    • Miliki motivasi dan inisiatif yang baik untuk mempelajari industri perikanan
    • Fresh graduate dipersilahkan untuk melamar
    • Memahami pentingnya perikanan berkelanjutan untuk Indonesia
    • Skill yang dibutuhkan: Office (MS Office, seperti: Excel, Word)
    • Putra/Putri daerah setempat, lebih disukai
    • Tertantang bekerja di daerah terpencil
    • Mampu bekerja dalam tim baik internal maupun mitra eksternal (stakeholder lain atau pihak terkait)

    MDPI berkomitmen untuk menerapkan rekrutmen bebas diskriminasi dari unsur SARA (Suku, Agama, Ras dan Antar Golongan), mendukung  kesetaraan gender, anti perdagangan manusia dan menolak segala bentuk penggunaan dan perdagangan narkotika.

    Lamaran ditujukan kepada HRD MDPI, kirimkan lamaran lengkap via email ke: career@mdpi.or.id

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  • Sustainability Facilitator – Bacan, Maluku Utara

    11 Jan 2018
    mdpi
    809

    Posisi               : Sustainability Facilitator
    Lokasi                   : Bacan, Maluku Utara
    Kepegawaian    : Kontrak
    Melapor kepada               : Site Supervisor
    Deskripsi          :

    Proyek Sustainable Ecosystems Advanced (SEA) yang didanai oleh USAID merupakan proyek lima tahun (2016-2021) yang mendukung Pemerintah Indonesia dalam menguatkan tata kelola sumber daya perikanan dan kelautan, serta konservasi keanekaragaman hayati. Proyek yang diimplementasikan oleh Tetra Tech dan konsorsium mitra ini bekerja pada tingkat nasional, provincial serta lokal di Papua Barat, Maluku dan Maluku Utara yang termasuk di dalam wilayah Pengelolaan Perikanan (WPP) 715 Indonesia. Dengan menggunakan pengelolaan perikanan berbasis ekosistem dan melibatkan pemangku kepentingan utama, Proyek USAID SEA bertujuan untuk (I)menguatkan pengelolaan perikanan dan kawasan perlindungan laut guna meningkatkan produktivitas perikanan, konservasi dan pemanfaatan berkelanjutan, dan (2) memperkuat kapasitas kepemimpinan dari pemerintah lokal dan Kementerian Kelautan dan Perikanan (KKP).

    Yayasan Masyarakat dan Perikanan Indonesia (MDPI) bekerjasama dengan USAID untuk mendukung  tujuan program ini membutuhkan seorang Sustainability Facilitator  yang akan mengemban tugas sebagai berikut:

    1. Pengumpulan Data
    • Menjaga dan memastikan seluruh data sudah benar dan sesuai dengan prosedur standar.
    • Bekoordinasi dan bekerjasama dengan para pegawai di pendaratan ikan/ pemasok/ prosesor dan nelayan saat melaksanakan program port sampling
    • Memastikan seluruh dokumentasi tersimpan dengan benar
    • Melakukan aktifitas lainnya;
    1. Implementasi Program Fair Trade dan atau Program Ketertelusuran
    • Implementasi dan sosialisasi program ke komunitas nelayan
    • Mengikuti standard, memfasilitasi dan mengatur perangkat dan keperluan kegiatan di lokasi sekitar
    • Melakukan aktifitas lainnya terkait program

    Berperan serta secara aktif di kegiatan lainnya, seperti; keterlibatan masyarakat, kegiatan pendaratan, menghadiri pertemuan, mensosialisasikan Fairtrade, Ketelusuran dan program MDPI lainnya.

    Kebutuhan / Skill yang dibutuhkan:

    • Menempuh studi jurusan strata 1 bidang Perikanan/Kelautan atau yang terkait (S1 atau sederajat pada jurusan lain dipersilahkan melamar, SMA/SLTA dengan pengalaman kerja 1 tahun)
    • Miliki motivasi dan inisiatif yang baik untuk mempelajari industri perikanan
    • Fresh graduate dipersilahkan untuk melamar
    • Memahami pentingnya perikanan berkelanjutan untuk Indonesia
    • Skill yang dibutuhkan: Office (MS Office, seperti: Excel, Word)
    • Putra/Putri daerah setempat, lebih disukai
    • Tertantang bekerja di daerah terpencil
    • Mampu bekerja dalam tim baik internal maupun mitra eksternal (stakeholder lain atau pihak terkait)

    MDPI berkomitmen untuk menerapkan rekrutmen bebas diskriminasi dari unsur SARA (Suku, Agama, Ras dan Antar Golongan), mendukung  kesetaraan gender, anti perdagangan manusia dan menolak segala bentuk penggunaan dan perdagangan narkotika.

    Lamaran ditujukan kepada HRD MDPI, kirimkan lamaran lengkap via email ke: career@mdpi.or.id

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