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  • Sustainability Facilitator (Lombok Timur)

    13 Aug 2018
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    Yayasan Masyarakat Dan Perikanan Indonesia (MDPI) – www.mdpi.or.id  sebuah yayasan yang bergerak dalam pengembangan kehidupan komunitas nelayan melalui penerapan perikanan berkelanjutan, membuka:

    LOWONGAN PEKERJAAN

    sebagai

    SUSTAINABILITY FACILITATOR

    Wilayah: Labuhan Lombok, Lombok Timur

    Kualifikasi:

    • Tamatan S1 Perikanan/Kelautan atau SMU Sederajat atau dengan pengalaman kerja minimal 1 tahun
    • Diutamakan berasal dari Lombok Timur dan sekitarnya
    • Menguasai skill komputer – Microsoft Office khususnya word dan excel
    • Pekerja keras, sigap, disiplin, jujur dan mampu berkomunikasi dengan baik
    • Tertarik terhadap dunia perikanan khususnya pendataan hasil tangkapan dan kegiatan sosial kemasyarakatan komunitas pesisir
    • Sehat jasmani dan rohani.

    Yang tertarik agar mengirimkan CV ke career@mdpi.or.id secepatnya dengan judul email SF LOMBOK atau dikirimkan langsung ke Sdra. Hairul Hadi di kantor MDPI di Labuhan Lombok, Lombok Timur.

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  • Call for Consultancy Service ToR: Interoperability assessment of traceability technologies for small-scale fisheries

    13 Aug 2018
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    MDPI has experience in developing and trialing traceability initiatives for small-scale fisheries in recent years. This work was predominantly under two traceability projects IFITT and NWO, as well as a smaller project focused on supporting Indonesian industry to meet MSC chain of custody requirements. More recently, MDPI has been working with USAID Oceans to support the development of electronic Catch Documentation and Traceability systems for small-scale fisheries. Much work is being done on developing technology solutions for large-scale fisheries and the small-scale sector is often left behind in these developments. However, often the same requirement for compliance is applied to these small-scale fisheries, either for export requirements or for national level regulations. MDPI is specifically aiming to develop systems and support technology aimed at the small-scale sector and that are either OpenSource or low cost to be accessible to as many small-scale actors as possible. Through this approach, MDPI aims to support compliance with Legal, Regulated and Reported (LLR) activities, rather than allowing the small-scale sector to be excused or to fall under the radar. The initiatives trialed to date by MDPI include:

    • Spot Trace devices: a basic VMS device placed on vessels for one month, with a signal being emitted every hour. The aim of the Spot Trace deployment is to verify actual fishing ground location with that reported by the fishermen to enumerators
    • Time-lapse cameras: a basic time-lapse camera is deployed on vessels for one month, with a photo being recorded every five seconds (or more depending on the size of vessel). The aim of the time-lapse cameras is to verify the interactions with Endangered, Threatened and Protected species recorded by the fishermen to enumerators
    • FlyWire camera: combining the features of GPS and continuous video recording, with the same aims as Spot Trace devices and cameras
    • Supplier app: an app developed for suppliers to record all transactions they have with fishermen, from delivery of fish to the supplier to provision of ice and fuel from the supplier (Our Fish and Trafiz)
    • Pelagic Data System: similar to the Spot Trace device
    • IFISH apps: an app to replace paper-based data collection in the ports and landing sites
    • TraceTales: a processor-based digital tally system, tracing fish from receiving to packing and the treatment it has received

     

    To date, the information recorded from these technology pilots is connected with the I-Fish port sampling database (Spot Trace and PDS) or else stored in the most suitable device (time-lapse camera footage is too large for the I-Fish database).

     

    The TraceTales system developed by MDPI is currently in full implementation in one processor, with plans to install the system in three other locations by the end of the year. There has been much interest from other processors, wishing to install TraceTales in their plants in order to comply with national and international traceability requirements. Each new installation requires further customization of the system, to account for the different size of processor plants and the different treatments received by product in each location. MDPI currently has one developer working on the TraceTales system but is looking for how to ensure long-term development of the system through making the system OpenSource.

     

    The next step in MDPI’s work is to integrate the data from various technologies and various chain nodes to provide complete information and data on the journey of a fish once caught in a small-scale fishery. Initial thoughts on how to achieve and implement this include blockchain technology, connecting existing technologies by API’s or using the Data Exchange (DEX) model proposed by USAID Oceans. The final system needs to take into account:

    • Data sharing agreements
    • Data security and privacy
    • Key Data Elements (KDEs)
    • Costs
    • Industry and government preferences
    • Interoperability capacity

     

    MDPI does not propose to build a platform itself but rather to identify alternative ideas and identify appropriate way to link technologies. This may be done by creating partnerships with other organizations, learning and adopting from existing systems and or creating simple in-house solutions that allow for simple data transfer by industry users to existing systems (such as in-house ERP systems). The technologies and systems currently in use or in development were developed specifically for tuna supply chains and actors. To make these solutions applicable and scalable to other small-scale fisheries in Indonesia, some customization and development will be required.

     

    Additionally, to ensure that the TraceTales system can be scaled efficiently across various size processors, the customization platform and long term development options for TraceTales need to be formalized. To advance the work, MDPI seeks a consultant to conduct an interoperability assessment of traceability technologies for small-scale fisheries, in addition to assessing the long-term development of the TraceTales system. The consultant will work with MDPI and its partners on the following three activities:

     

    • Assess current technology solutions and data collection initiatives underway within MDPI-supported company supply chains and pilot projects
    • Assess what adjustments need to be made to existing traceability pilots for them to be scaled up across fisheries
    • Make recommendations on the best approach for creating integration of data, interoperability, between supply chain nodes, including financing options for industry to engage in using these solutions. The technology options and the financing of these need to take the limitations of the small-scale sector into account
    • Assess the TraceTales system and determine what basic platform is required to allow easy customization in interested processor plants.
    • Assess the long-term development options and requirements for TraceTales, be it an OpenSource system or another option
    • Attend and contribute to the Data Exchange workshop organized by USAID OCEANS

     

    The outcome of this consultancy work is a report providing recommendations on the best approaches for integrating data across supply chain nodes and between technology pilots, including financing options for industry to engage in these recommendations.

     

    The consultant will have the following qualifications:

    • Knowledge of fisheries supply chains, preferably tuna
    • Experience in process analysis
    • Previous IT work in system interoperability, data exchange and system integration
    • Experience in OpenSource systems and platform customisations

     

    The consultant will work over a three month period to complete the aims and deliver the report and recommendations. Remuneration will be based on experience. Travel to the field, if required, will be covered according to MDPI’s travel procedures.

     

    Please submit proposal to support@mdpi.or.id prior 21 August 2018

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  • Visual Database Internship

    9 Aug 2018
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    INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY

    Visual Database Internship

    Background

    Photography that has a reasonable probability to be considered for use as legal evidence, historic record or other value to MDPI must be protected from loss or destruction. The use of digital photography for documentation has resulted in a proliferation of data files that can be lost or easily destroyed, since unlike traditional printed-paper, they may not physically exist except in the form of magnetic or optically read media.

    There are online and offline storage platform used by MDPI, however we need a person to assist in preservation of these records for easy retrieval and future use, using the newly installed ACDSee software.

    Objectives 

    • To organize visual database of MDPI from online and offline storage platform to ACDSee software Output
    • Organized visual database of MDPI Schedule
    • The internship period is three months (August/September – October/November 2018)
    • MDPI working hours: Monday to Friday (8 AM – 5 PM)

    Requirements

    1. Enrolled in a third level education program (i.e. Diploma 1, 2, 3, Strata 1 graduates)

    2. At least 20 years old.

    3. Be computer literate.

    Remuneration: Monthly Intern Fee

    Please send application to career@mdpi.or.id Subject: Visual Database Internship

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  • Communication Officer (Bali)

    1 Aug 2018
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    JOB VACANCY

    Yayasan MDPI – www.mdpi.or.id is seeking a full time employee as Communication Officer based in Denpasar, Bali.

    JOB FUNCTION: To support and maintain MDPI’s internal and external communication with MDPI beneficiaries, implement MDPI communications strategy and keep records of project documentations.
    The primary responsibility for the Communication officer is to support the management implementing MDPI’s communication policy, strategy and guidelines, and promote the activities implemented by the organization. The Communications Officer will collaborate with all MDPI staffs to produce various information materials, such as videos, web articles, photos and interactive social media.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Theimportance of a given responsibility may alter throughout time as the programs of MDPI develop, change and grow and the employee is expected to adapt and contribute to the emerging projects of MDPI.

    • Assist in developing and implementing a communication strategy document
    • Ensure compliance of project communication strategy following MDPI and donors’ guidelines.
      Maintain MDPI’s social media and increase engagement including updating MDPI website.
    • Develop key promotional messages in consultation with the program team
    • Assist in developing and evaluating the quality of EIC materials
      Coordinating communication activities and events of MDPI’s program
    • Take lead or assist in creating an awareness raising campaign and disseminating organization’s information and communication materials to relevant stakeholders
    • Draft articles for MDPI communication activities.
    • Keep record of MDPI documentation management system
    • The officer should report directly to the Operations Director and to relevant staffs necessary for particular task.

    BASIC RESULTS:

    The officer is responsible for ensuring the efficiency and accuracy of the works and particular task assigned to, and ensure that MDPI’s interest should be the utmost priority. He/she may also be required to perform duties that are beyond the scope of the job description in mutual discussion and agreement with the line manager.

    KEY RELATIONSHIPS:

    • Internally with all MDPI personnel
    • External Stakeholders: Government (national, provincial and district), academia, project partners, private sectors (processor, suppliers, distributors), fisher community, fisherman, other NGOs, influencer/endorser, etc
    • Media (social and conventional media) or other similar.

    SPECIFICATIONS:

    • Bachelor degree in Communication with interest in fisheries and environmental issues is preferred
    • Minimum 2-year of professional work experience in the similar position
    • Experienced in journalism, Public Relation, marketing or a related field
    • Intermediate level in multimediaa pplications e.g. Corel, Photoshop, Illustrator, photography, videography, editing raw media material
    • Excellent presentation skills and strong computer literacy
    • Experience of working in fisheries NGOs or government bodies would be an advantage
    • Social Media enthusiast with good knowledge of social media marketing and communication campaign; familiarity with social media and web content e.g. Twitter, Facebook Page, LinkedIn, Youtube, Instagram.
    • Experience with media production, communication, and dissemination techniques and methods to printings and visual media and liaise regularly with various media
    • Ability to create new ideas, relationships, systems, or products, including creative contributions
    • Excellent team player and communicator both internally and externally
    • Ability to work under tight time pressures and produce quality content
      Indonesian nationals and preferably domicile in Bali
    • Mastering verbal and written English
    • Willing to frequently travel to implementing areas in Indonesia with basic living condition or abroad and willing to work overtime when needed.

    Please send application to career@mdpi.or.id Subject: Communication Officer at the latest Friday, 10 August 2018.

    MDPI is an equal opportunity employer, promote anti-discrimination and reject narcotics use and human trafficking.

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  • Fair Trade Assistant – Seram, Maluku

    11 Jan 2018
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    Posisi                    : Fair Trade Assistant
    Lokasi                   : Seram, Maluku
    Kepegawaian       : Kontrak
    Melapor kepada  : Fair Trade Coordinator
    Deskripsi          :

    Yayasan Masyarakat dan Perikanan Indonesia (MDPI) bekerjasama dengan berbagai organisasi dan banyak pihak yang berkepentingan untuk mendukung perikanan Indonesia yang berkelanjutan. Dalam mendukung tujuan program ini MDPI membutuhkan seorang Fair Trade Assistant. Seorang Fair Trade Assistant diminta untuk bertanggung jawab pada seluruh aktifitas yang dilakukan di site yang ditugaskan, bekerja sama dengan banyak pemangku kepentingan dan menjembatani program Fair Trade Assistant organisasi ke pihak luar dan memastikan semua tugas berjalan dengan lancar.

    Memahami konsep Fair Trade dan mensosialisasikannya kepada masyarakat; para nelayan, supplier dan anggota masyarakat lainnya:

    • Memfasilitasi rapat-rapat asosiasi nelayan, melengkapi dan membantu para nelayan tentang bagaimana mengatur sistem untuk mencatat notulensi, pengambilan putusan, dll.
    • Memastikan bahwa kriteria kepatuhan pada standar-standar Fair Trade USA dilaksanakan pada tingkat setinggi mungkin dibawah arahan tim Fair Trade.
    • Menghadiri rapat-rapat co-management dimana kebutuhan dan pandangan para nelayan disampaikan kepada para pemangku kepentingan perikanan.
    • Menerapkan suatu sistim yang memastikan bahwa standar lingkungan seperti tercantum dalam standar Fair Trade USA dipatuhi dan diikuti – menurut instruksi dan arahan dari tim Fair Trade
    • Melaksanakan tugas – tugas terkait lainnya sesuai dengan arahan atasan.

    Kebutuhan / Skill yang dibutuhkan::

    • Menempuh studi jurusan strata 1 bidang Perikanan/Kelautan atau yang terkait ( Jurusan lain dipersilahkan melamar SMA/SLTA – S1, Fresh graduate dipersilahkan untuk melamar)
    • Miliki motivasi dan inisiatif yang baik untuk mempelajari industri perikanan
    • Keterampilan yang dibutuhkan: Office (MS Office, seperti: Excel, Word)
    • Berorientasi pada detail dan target, bekerja secara terorganisir dan sistematis
    • Nilai tambah jika terampil dalam Bahasa Inggris dalam membaca, lisan dan tulisan
    • Mampu bekerja dalam organisasi yang cepat
    • Nyaman tinggal di desa nelayan terpencil dan bekerja sama dengan komunitas nelayan
    • Bersedia melakukan perjalanan ke lokasi pelaksana lainnya di Indonesia dan bersedia bekerja lembur bila
    • Diutamakan putra/putri daerah setempat
    • 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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