BRIDGE School Partnerships Coordinator

Education | Dipost 4 bulan yang lalu | Perusahaan sudah merekrut 14 jam yang lalu


Industri : Education Management

Fungsi : Education

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Pengalaman : Senior Staff/ Supervisor / Coordinator / Team Leader


The BRIDGE School Partnerships Program, funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and implemented by the Asia Education Foundation at The University of Melbourne, is a professional learning program using international school partnerships to build teacher and student capacity to develop cultural awareness, improve language skills, improve ICT skills, and broaden and improve teaching methods.

The BRIDGE Program contributes to the wider Australia-Indonesia relationship through direct people-to-people links across the education sectors of both Australia and Indonesia. The program establishes and builds links between Australian and Indonesian school leaders, teachers and their students and improves communication through global learning and new technology via sister school arrangements.

The BRIDGE School Partnerships Coordinator works independently under the broad direction of the Associate Director, International. The School Partnerships Coordinator leads program planning, delivery and administration through the office in Jakarta, along with a small team of BRIDGE School Partnership Project Officers. This is key role that includes all aspects of project implementation, including stakeholder management, budget monitoring, professional learning development and delivery, coordinating high-level visits, media coordination, school support and program administration.


1. Key Responsibilities

Under the general direction of the Associate Director, International the School Partnerships Coordinator will provide support on international programs through:


Develop procedures and coordinate workflow, to ensure efficient and effective delivery of BRIDGE Program activities

Facilitate BRIDGE partner schools in developing an effective and collaborative work plan for their partnerships.



Lead the day-to-day operational requirements of the Indonesia BRIDGE office including communication with teachers and project partners, and liaison with the Australia BRIDGE office at the University of Melbourne

Lead program administration in Indonesia and support the BRIDGE program team in Melbourne as required

Lead logistical support for official and project visits

Maintain relationships with key BRIDGE stakeholders, such as DFAT, and our partner organisations and updates on key activities

Maintain records and ensure adherence and compliance with relevant policies and operational guidelines

Provide clear direction and management for the BRIDGE School Partnership Officers in Indonesia

Provide accountable and transparent performance review on BRIDGE School Partnership Officers



Ensure BRIDGE monitoring and evaluation activities are effectively implemented in accordance with the BRIDGE Monitoring & Evaluation framework

Oversee aspects of the BRIDGE Program budget, as well as review and report on expenditure

Facilitate internal evaluative meetings and discussions for improvements on the BRIDGE Program

Provide advice to the Associate Director, International on BRIDGE program improvements.



Lead the Indonesia BRIDGE office in Jakarta and contribute to comprehensive and analytical monthly and annual reports.

Report to the Associate Director International on a regular basis



Oversee the CRM database to reflect all contact with stakeholders and collate participants’ activity and evaluation responses.

Maintain strong records and ensure adherence and compliance with relevant policies and operational guidelines;

Regular email and phone liaison with program stakeholders



Under the direction of the Associate Director, International ensure accurate invoicing and monitoring of receivables associated with projects.

Oversee the program budget, review and report on expenditure



Participate in performance evaluations and career development planning.



Lead team meetings and lend expertise to internal teams and task forces.

Effectively communicate relevant project information to external parties and Associate Director, International

Implement and review procedures in accordance with the BRIDGE Program’s methodologies to ensure successful execution of projects as measured by the BRIDGE Program and the goals and satisfaction requirements of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Maintain records and ensure adherence and compliance with relevant policies and operational guidelines;


2. Selection Criteria


A diploma level qualification in a relevant field or equivalent combination of relevant work-related experience and/or education/training.

Demonstrated ability to prioritise tasks and meet deadlines and work effectively under pressure and efficiently within a framework of broad guidelines and administrative procedures.

Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral including demonstrated accuracy and attention to detail and ability to liaise effectively at all levels in a professional manner.

Well-developed planning skills, initiative, good judgement, flexibility, responsiveness and problem-solving skills to deal with operational issues.

Ability to work independently and manage competing priorities under pressure, exercise initiative and take responsibility for achieving project deliverables.

Knowledge of the Australian and Indonesian education systems, curriculum and policies.

Ability to work effectively as part of a team and supporting other work colleagues, as well as contributing to strong relationships with the Embassy and externally.

High level computer literacy with demonstrated proficiency in a range of software packages including Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, database applications and Microsoft PowerPoint.

Advanced proficiency of English and Indonesian languages – oral and written.


Knowledge of the Australia-Indonesia education relationship and the BRIDGE program are desirable.

Knowledge and understanding of the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade policies and processes within the education context.


3. Job Complexity, Skills, Knowledge


Working under the general direction of the Associate Director, International, the incumbent is expected to exercise a level of independence, initiative and diplomacy to manage the BRIDGE

team Jakarta office. Excellent organisational skills are required to keep all program components moving within deadlines. The ability to follow tasks through to completion is essential.


The incumbent is working primarily with the Associate Director, International to resolve problems and ensure compliance with the funding partner, the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The School Partnerships Coordinator is expected to lead service delivery in processes and administrative efficiencies to assist in achieving the strategic goals of the program area in Indonesia. The School Partnerships Coordinator is regularly dealing with a number of tasks at once and requires exceptional time management skills with the ability to prioritise competing deadlines. The position requires diplomacy, discretion and maturity in communication with clients, key stakeholders and staff.


The incumbent is expected to have or to develop a sound knowledge of the educational systems and processes in Indonesia across a range of regional, provincial and state levels, including The Ministry of Education and Culture and The Ministry of Religious Affairs. The School Partnerships Coordinator will be required to liaise with a broad range of program partners and clients in Indonesia and Australia.


The occupant will have responsibility for updating and managing the program database and appropriate filing of related communications with stakeholders.


The School Partnerships Coordinator will lead program planning, delivery and administration of the BRIDGE Program. The position leads the engagement with a broad range of stakeholders and clients and is therefore expected to provide a high level of service and demonstrate a commitment to the success of the BRIGE Program activities.


4. Special Requirements

Work outside of normal business hours may be required particularly in peak periods.

Keahlian yang dibutuhkan

interpersonal and communication skills
computer literacy
advanced english skills


  • Basic salary – defined from education level, work experience, test and interview 
  • Hospitalisation insurance
  • BPJS Kesehatan & Ketenagakerjaan 
  • THR

Established in 1989, IALF is Indonesia’s premier institution for English and Indonesian language training, IELTS testing and preparation, and teacher training for teachers of English. It is a non-profit organization, committed to providing high quality language training services throughout Indonesia and the Asia Pacific region. IALF has three training centres, in Jakarta, Surabaya and Bali, all with excellent resources and facilities to support language learning.


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