Development and Grants Senior Officer, Indonesia

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Blue Ventures

Location: Denpasar, Bali, or Bristol or London, UK

Closing date for applications: 27 May 2024

Contract status: Full-time

Start date: As soon as possible

Contract duration: Permanent

Remuneration: Competitive based on experience

Salary band: Senior Officer

We rebuild tropical fisheries with coastal communities

Blue Ventures is a marine conservation organization that puts people first. We support coastal fishers in remote and rural communities to rebuild fisheries, restore ocean life and build lasting pathways to prosperity. Our work began two decades ago in Madagascar’s remote coastal communities and is growing globally.

Across a dozen countries, we’re partnering with traditional fishers and community organizations to design, scale, strengthen and sustain fisheries management and conservation at the community level. We bring partners together in networks to advocate for reform, and share tools and best practices to support fishing communities across the globe.

Summary job description

We seek a Development and Grants Senior Officer to support our funding applications and grant reporting for Blue Ventures’ Indonesia programmes. This pivotal role offers the opportunity to join a dynamic and rapidly expanding team with prospects for professional growth and exposure to diverse projects within our global portfolio.

This is an exciting opportunity to join an ambitious and fast-growing team, with opportunities for travel, professional development and learning from across our global programmes.

We are looking for an experienced individual to support grant application management and the production of high-quality narrative and financial reports. Reporting to the Development and Grants Lead – Indonesia, the role will work closely with our field-based teams and partner NGOs in multiple countries worldwide, focusing on fundraising and grant management in Indonesia.

The successful candidate will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, with proven experience in maintaining systems to keep track of funding applications and reports and ensuring accountability to and compliance with donor requirements.

Experience in the environmental conservation and international development sectors would be beneficial. Fluency in English is required.

The successful candidate will be motivated, proactive, highly organised, and able to assimilate and interpret large volumes of information into clear and compelling applications and reports.

Assessment of applications will include candidates’ alignment with BV’s core values and mission to support human rights-based approaches to marine conservation and fisheries management.

The ideal candidate thrives in fast-paced, ambitious environments and independently navigates complex challenges. This role demands problem-solving acumen and the ability to operate autonomously while contributing to collaborative team efforts.

Our hybrid working policy currently requires attendance in the office at least two days per week.

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