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FISHERIES TECHNICAL ADVISOR

DEPARTMENT: MDPI

DEPARTMENT HEAD NAME / DIRECT SUPERIOR: DIRECTOR OF PROGRAM AND SCIENCE

EMPLOYEE JOB TITLE: FISHERIES TECHNICAL ADVISOR

PERIOD: JUNE 2017- onwards       

 

JOB FUNCTION AND SUMMARY

To develop and increase the capacity of MDPI in fisheries science and project activities by using science-based methodologies, technical and innovative approaches to support Indonesian small scale sector towards sustainable fisheries.  This position aims to support the scientific input of MDPI on a national and regional scale.

The fisheries advisor will aim to support MDPIs program teams to develop systems which will allow for stronger data management, data analysis, communication of data to stakeholders and an overall strengthening of the scientific integrity of the organization

  • Define sustainable fishery priorities and build strategic, scientific and technical capacity in the program teams, field and amongst stakeholders;
  • Develop innovative scientific methods, analyses, tools, and frameworks to address the needs of small-scale fisheries;
  • Ensures that science-based tools, models and knowledge are leveraged and adopted by strategic stakeholders;
  • Develop and implement cutting edge sustainable fisheries strategies which meet the needs of the small-scale fishery sector and meet regional approaches and major international export market requirements;
  • Represent MDPI at the national, regional and international level on fisheries science topics

 

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Each of the following points explains the topics which will constitute a portion of the employee’s time. The importance of a given responsibility may alter throughout time as the programs of MDPI develop, change and grow.

  1. Capacity development: Scientific Capacity development of our MDPI teams, of fisheries stakeholders within our programs and for communities. Additionally, to input on capacity development to government stakeholders. Topics include fisheries, co-management, management, international market requirements, etc.
  2. Data Management Systems: Ensure high standards exist in protocol development, data analysis, data dissemination, data security and data management.
  3. Increasing Scientific Research: Support the development of a stronger science-based approach in the organization. This includes promoting publications, developing scientific studies and supervising interns.
  4. Organizational development: As a senior member of the team the FTA will be expected to give input to organizational strategic planning, partnership development and proposal writing

IN DETAIL:

Capacity development

  1. Supporting the development of materials for local and national trainings and capacity development events related to sustainable fisheries for varied supply chain stakeholders
  2. Supporting scientific capacity development of the MDPI team

Data Management Systems

  1. The FTA will advise how the I-Fish system can be improved and developed in the future to include more species and incorporate changing national and international requirements, potentially making the system adaptable to other countries
  2. The FTA will support the development and improvement of current and new protocols for data collection meeting national and regional standards
  3. The FTA will support the development of integrated data analysis The port sampling system yields large amounts of raw data, the FTA will work with current staff to develop, maintain and improve analysis and information output
  4. Communication of data analysis to stakeholders needs to be tailored to meet literacy levels. The FTA will support the ongoing development of methods to transfer data, in stakeholder-specific formats to the users. This shall include the development of innovative approaches of communication methods, especially for fishers. Automatic stakeholder reports and a web-based interactive data access section within the I-Fish should be maintained and improved to match updated stakeholder needs.
  5. The FTA will work to develop the I-Fish system with regards to institutionalization with the government, both on a data systems and Co-Management approach. This includes development of data sharing agreements, data flow structures and protocols.
  6. The FTA will work with other departments to build relationships that support the institutionalization of I-Fish. This includes an I-Fish working group, NGOs, governments and stakeholders
  7. The FTA should work with other MDPI departments to enhance data management throughout the organization, specifically related to new technology innovations and data created through these.

Scientific Development

  1. Scientific Publications: The FTA will work with current staff to identify aspects of MDPIs work that should be developed and documented in the form of scientific publications. In collaboration with the team and other partners the FTA should develop MDPI into a player within the Asian context, with regards to contribution to fishery-related scientific journals and conference attendance, specifically related to small scale fisheries
  2. Develop programs for and supervising scientific interns/ research students which fall under the remit of the FTAs work
  3. Working with Governments and other NGOs to support the development of management measures, such as harvest control rules, target reference points, etc. for the tuna fishery/ other small-scale fisheries
  4. Working internally with MDPI program teams to develop innovative programs which relate to the mission and vision of the organization
  5. Supporting nationally based Fisheries Improvement Projects

Organizational development

  1. Contribute to organizational strategic development
  2. Developing networks with international and national universities and partners
  3. Making additions to proposals for funding
  4. Managing program budgets and finances related to the position and projects
  5. Managing coordination within USAID SEA project

BASIC RESULTS:

  • It is the employees responsibility to ensure efficiency and accuracy in all aspects of tasks outlined above
  • To ensure a strong scientific contribution by MDPI to the regional fisheries work
  • To ensure strong communication with other departments within MDPI

TYPE OF REPORTS:

The employee should report directly to the Director Programs and Research. Reports will mainly fall under the following headings but may occasionally differ depending on direction of management:

  • Weekly report
  • Activity report (e.g. workshop, meeting with other stakeholders, etc.)
  • Data reports (focused to various stakeholders)
  • Trip report
  • Administrative report (trip request, leave request, cash advance)

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATOR:

  • Accountability and accuracy of the work implemented
  • Reliable reporting of the activities in high-level standards
  • Achievement of departmental goals as outlined in the Logical Framework

KEY RELATIONSHIPS:

  • Internally with the managerial and coordinator/officer level
  • Field staff
  • Supply chain stakeholders
  • Government (national, provincial)
  • Academia
  • Extension workers
  • Other NGOs

HOW TO APPLY

 Please submit CV to career@mdpi.or.id

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Fisheries Improvement Officer

Job Title: Fisheries Improvement Officer

Open for Indonesian and expatriate

JOB FUNCTION AND SUMMARY: To work within the Fisheries Improvement team to promote development, improvement and availability of data and data analytics to team members, stakeholders and the government. The position aims to ensure that robust systems are in place to collect, store and analyse data and to make this available to relevant parties. The position incorporates technology innovation to push forward the mission of MDPI of using data from Indonesian fisheries to support management, build capacity and strengthen the position of small scale fisheries in Indonesia and the region. The position is required to coordinate intensively both internal to the FIT department, as also with other departments in MDPI to strengthen all aspects of data collection, storage, analysis and dissemination.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Fisheries Improvement Officer falls within the Fisheries Improvement team and, together with the Data Collection Officer and the Co-Management Officer reports, to the Fisheries Improvement Manager. This team forms the core of MDPI’s approach to sustainable fisheries and community development.

The importance of a given responsibility may alter throughout time as the programs of MDPI develop, change and grow. The main responsibility and duties of the post are:

 

  1. Utilizing and Communicating Data:
  • Support the strengthening of the I-Fish tool for MDPI to collect, store and analyze robust fisheries data that is capable of feeding into fisheries management approaches.
  • Supporting protocol improvement, data analytics and data reporting approaches.
  • Ensuring capacity of stakeholders (from fishermen up to government level) to interpret and understand the data and analysis, through various methods, such as focus group discussions or various reporting features.
  • Coordinating of data reports to Co-management groups, termed Data Management Committees (DMCs)
  1. Fisheries Improvement Projects:
  • Coordinating MDPI’s Fisheries Improvement Projects
  • Ensuring FIP related reporting is conducted and up to date
  • Coordinating with FIP stakeholders and ensuring progress.
  • Building strong relationships industry stakeholders
  • Coordinating MDPIs Value Proposition. This is building an approach to ensure that we continue to have a strong value to our industry and supply chain partners.
  1. Technology Management:
  • Working with the supply chain team, ensuring that technology innovation in MDPI is coordinated and that data originating from various technology streams are managed and implemented with protocols
  • That, like I-Fish, the data from technology is reporting and communicated to the stakeholders
  1. Increasing Scientific Research:
  • Support the development of a strong science-based approach in the organization
  • Promoting publications,
  • Developing scientific studies
  • Developing reports

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • BSc degree in fisheries, marine resources management, fisheries stock assessment, statistics and 3 years’ experience in related field or equivalent combination of education and experience;
  • Field work experience, engaging with fisheries/conservation stakeholders from various backgrounds;
  • Experience in data analysis and statistical programs/modelling, RStudio;
  • Data Management capabilities;
  • Experience with the Marine Stewardship Council certification process, Fisheries Improvement process
  • Experience working/researching with current trends and practices in relevant discipline(s) and regions;
  • Experience in partnership development (partners, community, provincial government, etc.);
  • Experience working with methods and standards of sustainable fisheries/conservation information systems and initiatives;
  • Experience of engaging in and contributing to multi-disciplinary team work;
  • Proven networking, negotiation and communication skills;
  • Experience conceiving and implementing strategic and creative initiatives;
  • Report and scientific writing capabilities.

 

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

  • 5 years’ experience in fisheries management/sustainable fisheries/conservation practice or equivalent combination of education and experience;
  • Master’s degree in relevant topic;
  • Developing practical applications of scientific concepts and technical innovations for conservation purposes;
  • Knowledge of politics and society with respect to environmental/fisheries affairs in Indonesia; Communicating clearly via written, spoken, and graphical means in English and other relevant languages;
  • Experience in use and development of various data collection technology applications;
  • Managing time and diverse activities under deadlines while delivering quality results;
  • Previous peer-reviewed scientific publications.

HOW TO APPLY

 Please submit CV to career@mdpi.or.id before 18 June 2017

 

 

 

 

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Time-lapse Camera Deployment and Protocol Development

Activity Name
Internship: Time-lapse Camera Deployment and Protocol Development

 

Background
Biological information from commercial fisheries has traditionally been collected by technicians from fish at landing sites and from catch and effort data recorded in fishing logbooks. This data, particularly the catch and effort figures, may often be of low quality and not accurate. More detailed and objective set by set information can be obtained by trained and independent observers stationed on board vessels during the actual fishing operation.

Countries and management bodies such as the Regional Fisheries Management Organizations (RMFOs) typically have observer programs that aim to cover a specific percentage of a fishery. This data is then used to cross-reference port and logbook data.

The observer’s data collection responsibilities can vary depending on the fishery and type of vessel. In general, they are required to collect data that can be used in establishing stock distribution patterns, collect catch and effort data and biological information for stock assessments, record the use of various gear types on a vessel, record the associated by-catch and discard rates, collect information on fleet fishing patterns and collect detailed production data. The observer data set is now considered an important compliment to research survey data and port sampling data because it provides a source of information by area, time and species not often covered by the other two sources. Length, age, catch and effort data, all collected by observers, are now used regularly in stock evaluation studies. An important factor is also the identification and recording of interactions with any Endangered, Threatened and Protected (ETP) species and, when these interactions do occur, that a record is made of the fate of the ETP species.

Observers can only be deployed on vessels that can accommodate an additional person in a safe manner. Observers are covered by regulations from the management bodies and these must be adhered to ensure that the observer is safe and is adequately supported in collecting the required data. Consequently, it is recognized that observer deployments on small scale vessels are often not feasible.

Though small scale observer trips are not feasible due to safety, space and also prioritization reasons (MMAF budget is allocated to larger vessels), it has been identified that with increasing data regulations and anti-IUU regulations that small scale fisheries should be able to verify what happens aboard their vessels while at sea.

For this reason, MDPI aims to deploy some time-lapse camera technology, to act as a form of electronic monitoring on small scale vessels. These cameras will be deployed and will record landings on the vessels. The data collected through interview with MDPI enumerators at the dock, records the vessels interaction with ETP species. We aim to have the time-lapse camera data verify if the port collected information is reliable and if the interactions and landings which occur at sea match those that are reported on land.

Objectives
1.     Deploying time-lapse cameras onboard small scale vessels

a.     Identify how the camera should be placed on the vessel to collect the highest quality and informational data

b.    Identify what security measures need to be in place to protect cameras

c.     Train field staff on camera deployment

2.     Producing a protocol for deployment

3.     Identifying suitable approaches to data storage

4.     Provide recommendations on which cameras and what approaches worked best / were easiest to deploy in small-scale fisheries settings

Output
1.     Time-lapse camera deployment plan

2.     Time-lapse camera deployment protocol and staff training approach

3.     Time-lapse camera data storage and transfer approach

Schedule
The time lapse project will be implemented over the period May 2017- March 2018.

The technical deployment and protocol development period is required to occur June- August 2017.

 

Follow-on will occur from September- January 2018, which will incorporate the biological analysis of the data- an additional intern will be required to complete this work.

 

Requirements

Interns should meet the following requirements

  1. Be enrolled or have completed a technical degree Bachelor/Masters Engineering, IT, Technology or other related
  2. Have an interest in finding solutions to problems which occur in everyday life
  3. Have a practical and flexible approach to work
  4. Be willing to travel to remote areas in Indonesia
  5. Have strong report writing skills
  6. Have an interest in the environment
  7. Have a good level of English language skills

 

The intern will report to the Fisheries Improvement Manager and every Friday the intern will submit a short one page summary of their activities within the MDPI program to the supervisory team (weekly work report, as submitted by all team members as a means of progress evaluation and activity sharing). Short trip summaries will be made to describe periods spent in the field.

 

Benefits to Intern

 

Interns at MDPI receive a variety of benefits which include technical and social. Guidelines, requirments and benefits are outlined here.

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Traceability Coordinator (Bali)

Title Name: Traceability Coordinator

Location base: Denpasar, Bali

Report to: Supply Chain Manager

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • To partake in developing a traceability-based technology (TBT) platform that creates bidirectional information exchange between Indonesian fishermen, processors and traders, helping to link fishermen with fisheries information and global markets, and helping processors and traders to meet informational requirements originating from importing regions
  • To support the development of traceability systems (chain of custody) within the pilot sites and associated processing plants in such a manner that it matches the needs of the program but also very importantly to those of the partners (processors, suppliers)
  • To partake in program planning, development activities and socialization of the program under supply chain department relate to traceability, food safety and vessel registration
  • To manage and supervise staff on the implementation and operator level with the support of supply chain manager

 

Essential Skills and Abilities:

  • Bachelor degree in Fisheries
  • Minimum 3 year experience in the similar or related position and preferably domicile in Bali
  • Experience working in fish or food processing company and or its supply chain is desirable
  • Experience working in an international NGO is desirable
  • Excellent English both spoken and written
  • Excellent computer skill especially Microsoft excel or access
  • Detail oriented and target oriented
  • Super well initiative and well organized
  • Possess leadership, communication and problem solving skill
  • Possess good presentation skill
  • Able to cope working in a past pace organization
  • Willing to frequently travel to implementing areas in Indonesia or abroad and willing to work overtime when needed

 

Please send your application letter and updated CV to career@mdpi.or.id at the latest 27 May 2017. Please visit www.mdpi.or.id for more information about MDPI.

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Fair Trade Assistant – Pulau Bisa, Maluku Utara

Posisi                     : Fair Trade Assistant

Lokasi                    : Pulau Bisa, Maluku Utara

Kepegawaian        : Kontrak

Melapor kepada   : Fairtrade Coordinator

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 demi mendukung tujuan dan pencapaian program ini membutuhkan seorang Fair Trade Assistance yang akan mengemban tugas sebagai berikut:

  • 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)
  • Miliki motivasi dan inisiatif yang baik untuk mempelajari industri perikanan
  • Fresh graduate dipersilahkan untuk melamar
  • Keterampilan yang dibutuhkan: Office (MS Office, seperti: Excel, Word)
  • Berorientasi pada detail dan target
  • Bekerja secara terorganisir dan sistematis
  • Menjadi 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 diperlukan.
  • Diutamakan putra/putri daerah setempat (Pulau Bisa)
  • Mampu bekerja dalam tim baik internal maupun mitra eksternal (stakeholder lain atau pihak terkait)
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Sustainablity Facilitator – Obi Island

Posisi                         : Sustainablity Facilitator

Lokasi                        : Obi Island

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:

Pengumpulan data:

  • Melakukan pendataan perikanan dengan metode port sampling
  • Memastikan pendataan dilakukan sesuai dengan prosedur pengerjan standar (SOP)
  • Melakukan input data yang sudah dikumpulkan
  • Bekoordinasi dan bekerjasama dengan para pegawai di pendaratan ikan/ pemasok/ prosesor dan nelayan saat melaksanakan program port sampling
  • Melakukan aktifitas lainnya;

Berperan serta secara aktif di kegiatan lainnya, seperti; keterlibatan masyarakat, kegiatan pendaratan, menghadiri pertemuan, mensosialisasikan Fairtrade dan lain-lain.

Kebutuhan / Skill yang dibutuhkan::

–        Menempuh studi  jurusan  strata  1  bidang  Perikanan/Kelautan atau  yang  terkait  (  Jurusan  lain  dipersilahkan  melamar

SMA/SLTA – S1)

–        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)

–        Lebih mengutamakan Putra/Putri daerah (lebih memilih dari Pulau Obi)

–        Mampu bekerja dalam tim baik internal maupun mitra eksternal (stakeholder lain atau pihak terkait)

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Site Supervisor – Obi Island

Posisi                         : Site Supervisor

Lokasi                       : Obi Island

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.   Seorang site supervisor  diminta untuk bertanggung jawab pada  seluruh  aktifitas yang dilakukan di site yang ditugaskan, bekerja sama dengan banyak pemangku kepentingan dan menjembatani program organisasi ke pihak luar dan memastikan semua tugas berjalan dengan lancar.

Fokus utama pada pekerjaan ini adalah:

  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. Pembangunan Masyarakat/Penerapan Program Fair trade
  • Sosialisasi program ke komunitas
  •  Memfasilitasi dan mengatur kegiatan di lokasi sekitar
  • Melakukan aktifitas lainnya;
  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 dan lain-lain.

Kebutuhan / Skill yang dibutuhkan:

–        Menempuh  studi  jurusan  strata  1  bidang  Perikanan/Kelautan  atau  yang  terkait  (Jurusan  lain  dipersilahkan  melamar SMA/SLTA S1)

–        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

–        Terampil dalam menggunakan: Office (MS Office, seperti: Excel, Word)

–        Lebih mengutamakan Putra/Putri Daerah (Wilayah Pulau Obi)

–        Mampu bekerja dalam tim baik internal maupun mitra eksternal (stakeholder lain atau pihak terkait)

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SUSTAINABILITY FACILITATOR

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: Yainuelo/Haruo (Seram bagian selatan)

Kualifikasi:

  • Tamatan S1 Perikanan/Kelautan atau SMU Sederajat atau dengan pengalaman kerja minimal 1 tahun
  • Diutamakan berasal dari Yainuelo atau Haruo
  • Menguasai skill komputer – E-mail, website browsing, Microsoft Office khususnya word dan excel
  • Pekerja keras, 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
  • Bersedia ditempatkan dan bepergian dinas di desa – desa pesisir di wilayah Seram Bagian Selatan

 

Yang tertarik agar mengirimkan CV ke career@mdpi.or.id secepatnya atau dikirimkan langsung ke Sdra. Magfir Papalia di kantor MDPI di Masohi.

No HP : 0822-4817-2808

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SUSTAINABILITY FACILITATOR (SF)

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 (SF)

Wilayah: Sorong, Papua Barat

Kualifikasi:

  • Tamatan S1 Perikanan/Kelautan atau SMU Sederajat atau dengan pengalaman kerja minimal 1 tahun
  • Menguasai skill komputer – E-mail, website browsing, Microsoft Office khususnya word dan excel
  • Pekerja keras, 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
  • Diutamakan berasal dari Sorong
  • Bersedia ditempatkan dan bepergian dinas di desa – desa pesisir di wilayah Sorong.

 

Yang tertarik agar mengirimkan CV ke career@mdpi.or.id secepatnya

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Software Engineer

Background

MDPI was founded in July 2013 as an independent foundation focused on achieving responsible and sustainable fisheries activities and attempting to provide on-going care for the conservation of fisheries resources and ecosystems of Indonesia and the region.

Small-scale artisanal fisheries are the main focus of MDPI’s work. We support the development of the fishing communities and supply chains of these fisheries through programs that support economic improvements and social stability for the people. These activities are conducted within the supply chain of varied seafood products by supporting industry to ‘do the right thing’ regarding sustainability, social aspects and other market- driven demands.

An important aspect of our work is building networks and partnerships with various organizations, such as national and international universities, district, central and provincial governments, development agencies, NGOs, nationally- and internationally-based industry and others. We feel that together we are stronger and the wider the spectrum of work towards sustainability the quicker and more successful the path towards it will be.

Supply chain department are the “glue” that connects each stake holder on aspects related to producing a transparent, traceable and high quality product. We focus on engaging and supporting private sector in the seafood industry from fishermen to consumers on the topic of traceability and food safety and quality.

The main program under this department:

  1. Traceability

Traceability is a tool to show the good things that done relate to MDPI program such as Fairtrade COC, Sustainability (MSC COC), Food safety, etc.

This department running 3 years project consumer facing traceability, which call IFITT

Also as addition of IFITT program, we run project Technology Innovation towards sustainability in Indonesia’s tuna supply chains. The project aims to develop a Traceability-Based Technology (TBT) platform that creates bidirectional information exchange between Indonesian fishermen, processors and traders

  1. Vessel registration

Regarding transparency and legality, our department support Fishery Improvement department to ensure all vessel under Data collection program registered on I-Fish data base with Vessel Identifier Code, National Record of Vessels Authorized to Fish Within Indonesia Archipelagic Waters (RVIA), Proactive Vessel Registry (PVR) under The International Seafood Sustainability Foundations (ISSF) . We also support small scale fisheries in Maluku area specifically to get license.

  1. Food Safety and Quality

Food safety and Quality is the main component once producing the product no matter how many fish available if not support with good quality and food safety it cannot be consumed. Therefore, our development strengthens our stakeholder to maintain and improving their handling to get food safety and quality through such collaboration program for training and workshop about this topic.

Project focus of this position is for customization software that already running in field.  The software is a technology for sustainability in Indonesia’s supply chain that can be installed in small and medium sized processing facilities called Tally O.
Tally O is an open source, internal traceability system. The aim of this technology is to improve efficiency of data recording, reducing human error, real time data and improve traceability of production lots and increase the ease with which production reports can be produced by eliminating paper based tallying . This system is based on a local area network and combines different hardware constellations, various combinations of tablet/laptop as terminal, electronic weigh scales, label printers and scanners to create digitized and automated data collection within the processing company, in order to reduce data errors and improve the efficiency.

To manage the Tally O and other related supply chain software technology, MDPI is seeking for a Software Engineer with below detail:

Job title: Software Engineer

Location base: Denpasar, Bali

Report to: Director of Program and Supply Chain Manager

Essential Skills and Abilities:  

  • Working experience with Ubuntu Linux or related operating system
  • A solid understanding of how web applications work including security, session management, and best development practices
  • Writing well designed, testable, efficient code by using best software development practices
  • Familiarity with at least one of the following programming languages: PHP, Javascript, AngularJs
  • Excellent knowledge of Relational Databases and SQL.
  • RDBMS schema design and development and experience designing/implementing high performance Web services using REST
  • Network knowledge capable of installing, maintaining monitoring and performing diagnostics of network equipment and processes which includes software, servers, backups, file sharing, printers, digital scale, and must have Associates degree (or higher) in an IT field with relevant experience at least 5 years or more.
  • Aggressive problem diagnosis and creative problem solving skills.

Educational Requirements:

Bachelor degree in Computer Science and Engineering, Teknik Informatika, Manajemen Informatika, Matematika pemusatan studi Komputasi.

Please send your application letter and updated CV to career@mdpi.or.id at the latest 25 March 2017. Please visit www.mdpi.or.id for more information about job opportunities in MDPI.

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