Consultant for E-Learning Specialist
The e-Learning officer will support one key initiative by WRI Indonesia, that is being currently undertaken in partnership with Geospatial Information Agency (Badan Informasi Geospasial (BIG)) of the Government of Indonesia:
The overall objective of the One Map Initiative is to transform land use decision-making processes to be open, accountable, and inclusive. WRI Indonesia will achieve this through catalyzing a unified and transparent land use planning and monitoring system that is accessible to all land use stakeholders. Through partnership with local governments, civil societies and the private sectors, WRI Indonesia will develop a model of engagement that can be used to scale this approach into a National One Map Initiative. The work will span five years, focusing on Riau, South Sumatra, and Papua provinces.
The e-learning officer will be based in Jakarta and responsible to provide expertise on developing methods in learning program, in technical aspect and operational aspects to support WRI Indonesia’s One Map Initiative and BIG activities.
The responsibility will include the development of curriculums, learning journey that will be supported by IT systems, procedures and enabling conditions to be applied that it achieves intended targeted impact on National One Map Initiative especially through online platform, videos, and any other media. The e-learning officer will support several teams in WRI, creating contents based on material from other teams.
Reporting to the Sustainable Land Use Project Lead in WRI and will liaise closely with the partners implementing similar programs as well as relevant agencies of the Government, local authorities, and civil society.
E-learning Technical Works (70%)
- Provide expertise on Education Technology in technical and operational aspects to support WRI Indonesia’s One Map Initiative.
- Build the curriculum to accommodate the needs of various projects, especially the One-Map-Initiative’s project.
- Developing methods to deliver information through various media and techniques.
- Creating scripts and scenario, making the contents suitable for segmented markets.
- Creating contents using particular applications, making the development processes more effective and efficient.
- In collaboration with the GIS, IT and Legal Specialists, conduct or support developing processes towards effective and efficient e-learning system to accelerate the implementation of One Map Initiative.
- Developing the learning-path for several topics related to Geographical Information System (GIS), conflict transformation, and other relevant sub-topics.
- In collaboration with the Sustainable Land Use Project Lead and WRI Indonesia’s Jakarta Team, design business processes that can accommodate user needs for One Map Initiative, as well as developing sub-national technical instructions and Standard Operating Procedures.
Project Coordination and Communication related to e-learning works (30%)
- In consultation with the Sustainable Land Use Project Lead and teams, develop implementation plan of e-learning methods development to align with WRI Indonesia’s implementation plan.
- Liaise closely with IT Specialist, GIS Specialist and Administration Officer for technical aspects, and with Legal Specialist for standards and criteria pertaining to education technology development.
- In collaboration with the e-learning assistant who perhaps work remotely, assist in setting up development plans
- Support Sustainable Land Use Project Lead and other specialist in WRI to develop method in education technology, especially for adult learning.
- Develop curriculum for One Map Initiative to support E-Learning development.
- Continue and/or innovate previous works done by former specialist of E-Learning.
- Create further contents for E-Learning platform.
- Record WRI Indonesia’s One Map Initiative events for E-Learning contents.
- Legally able to work in Indonesia.
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field, preferably with coursework in education technology, business analysis, web design, multimedia, and/or information management system.
- Professional working experience in the field of education as well as able to demonstrate skills and knowledge to perform this assignment professionally.
- Minimum three years of experience in developing education, minimum two years of experience in creating content using multimedia technology.
- Minimum two years of experience working with local governments, civil societies and/or the private sectors entities.
- Fluent in Bahasa Indonesia and English.
- Understanding of, and experience in several video recording, editing, and publishing.
- Understanding of, and able to develop content using Adobe Premiere, After Effect, Photoshops, Corel Draw, and other applications similar to it.
- Able to coordinate with member of team especially officers who work remotely.
- Familiarity with Moodle, Wordpress, Blog, Joomla, and several plugins required to develop e-learning platform.
Period of Work
1 October 2019 – 31 December 2019 (3 months), with a high possibility of extension for 2020 upon individual performance, project progress, and budget availability.
Final candidates might be required to take a writing test and to produce two writing samples when needed.
Consultant rate: Consultant rate is commensurate with experience and skills.
Qualified applicants should apply online through WRI career portal in order to be formally considered.
Application close: 1700 (Jakarta Time), 20 September 2019. We will close the advert earlier when best candidates are identified at earlier dates.
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