Publish What You Pay Indonesia (PWYP Indonesia) is a civil society coalition for transparency and accountability of resource governance, including oil and gas, mining and other resources. Through a project called “Social Accountability in the Mining Sector” that supported by The World Bank, We seek to improve mining management and governance at the sub-national level, specifically by developing social accountability mechanisms in the mining licensing and revenue management area.

The program will be carried out in the mineral-rich provinces in Indonesia: Aceh, East Kalimantan and Southeast Sulawesi. As part of this project, we are looking for a Finance and Administration Manager (FOM) who will work under the supervision of the Project Director and Project Manager. The FOM will also work in close coordination with the relevant finance and administration staff in the office and partner organizations.


The contract will start in January 2021 and will cover the duration of the first year of the project. Possibility to extend based on performance.


  1. Carrying out functions of planning, budgeting, and financial forecasting of the GPSA project.
  2. Carrying out function of evaluation, reporting, and financial control of GPSA project based on financial and accounting standard of organization and the World Bank Project
  3. Carrying out procurement process, and organizing the implementation allocation of financial resources
  4. Managing financial cash flow, overseeing financial operations and analysis, tax compliance and project financial audit.
  5. Running and managing the project administration, procurement, and operational support
  6. Maintaining relationships with external parties and donors in terms of project administration and financial performance


  1. Bachelor’s Degree (preferably master degree), with educational background in accounting/finance and management or economics;
  2. A minimum of 3 years experiences as a manager/senior staff in the finance department, preferably if experienced in NGOs or other non for profit institutions.
  3. Experiences in managing project finance and reporting based on the World Bank standard (please include the portfolio)
  4. Strong integrity and competence on finance, accounting, taxation, and audit aspect, both on planning, analysis, controlling and evaluations stage.
  5. Ability to communicate strategically with donors and partner, and have a vision in developing a financial portfolio; Strong English communication skills both in writing and verbally is a must.
  6. Proficient in using standard office and finance application programs. Open mind to new ideas, fast learners, able to lead work teams and able to enforce compliance standard on finance and accounting.

Full term of reference can be found on attached document below the vacancy page

Send a cover letter and CV to with subject email: [Finance and Operational Manager] Name, no later than 14 December 2020 (only shortlisted candidates will be notified).