Lowongan: Application Developer | Mobile App Developer

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Kode SLRT AD: Application Developer (https://goo.gl/vZKHzp)

Kode SLRT MD: Mobile App Developer (https://goo.gl/37b1wo)

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CARDNO EMERGING MARKETS (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Position Title: Application Developer

Reports to: Senior MIS Specialist

Location: SLRT Secretariat Office

Duration: 1 Aug 2017 – 31 Dec 2018

Period of Performance: 70 days or 14 days per month during 5 months

Level of Effort: Short Term Assignment

1. Organisational Goals

Background

The Government of Indonesia is committed to accelerating the pace of poverty reduction. According to the

newly enacted medium-term development plan (Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah, RPJMN, 2015-

2019), the government aims to lower the poverty rate from 10.96% in 2014 to 7-8% by 2019. Indonesia has

achieved significant reductions in poverty to date, however more than 27 million Indonesians (10.96% of the

population) continue to live below the poverty line and 30% of the population within 125% of the poverty line

remain vulnerable to falling back into poverty.

Integrated Referral and Service System (IRS) for Social Protection and Poverty Reduction

The Government of Indonesia, under the leadership of Bappenas and the Ministry of Social Affairs, is creating

an Integrated Referral and Service System (IRS) with the aim of improving coordination and integration of

social protection and anti-poverty programs at the local level. The IRS proposes to address the current

fragmentation and lack of coordination of national and local social protection and anti-poverty programs, as

well as updating poverty database in a more regular way by providing local governments with the tools to

promote coordination of programs at local levels and to make the programs more responsive and relevant

to local needs and desires. The IRS allows local social workers or facilitators to counsel families on where

to seek assistance and what to do, depending on the current programs they receive, their unmet needs and

the supply of programs available at national and local levels. The IRS would also be a conduit for people to

present complaints and grievances to the different programs, and those complaints tracked and monitored

to make sure that complainants receive timely responses to those complaints. Furthermore, the IRS is in

the capacity to inform national and local agencies about budget needs and priority programs to address gaps

in social protection of poor and vulnerable people including abandoned women and children, disabled

persons, elderly poor with no social assistance and others.

To be effective the IRS needs to count with up-to-date and accurate information on the existing supply of

social protection programs at the district level (objectives, target population, application procedures, targeting

mechanisms, list of beneficiaries, and their targeting mechanism, and other characteristics of existing

programs in the Districts.) In addition, the IRS needs to count with information on needs and social protection

gaps of the poor and vulnerable population in the districts. This work requires the development and

operationalization of a real-time and user-friendly android and web based applications system.

MAHKOTA

The Government of Australia is supporting the Government of Indonesia under a program called MAHKOTA

- Menuju Masyarakat Indonesia Yang Kokoh Sejahtera (Towards a Strong and Prosperous Indonesian

Society). MAHKOTA is a flexible facility administered by Cardno that is able to respond to Government of

Indonesia priorities, provide top Indonesian and international expertise, and allow the Government of

Indonesia to take risks with innovating policy. MAHKOTA’s goal is “a comprehensive and equitable social

protection system for the whole of Indonesia by 2025.” The outcomes of the program are:

• Quality of the national social protection system is improved;

• More comprehensive and joined up social protection and labour market policy is delivered;

• Synergies with wider social and economic policy and planning are enhanced;

• Government of Indonesia capacity to progress towards the goal is established and can continue

without further Australian support.

2. Position Purpose

• Develop SLRT web-based applications

• Improve SLRT application performance

• Assisting in the maintenance of SLRT mobile application

• Design, solve, examine and trained appropriated web based application to meet SLRT implementation

requirements and comply with latest technology.

3. Principal Accountabilities

Accountabilities or Key Result Areas (KRA) Major Objectives & Key Performance Indicators (KPI)

• Development of full range of web-based application

for SLRT

• Improve SLRT web based application performance

and quality to all aspects.

• Provide Support and Technical Documentation of the

application

• Supporting in the maintenance of mobile application

integration with web-based application

• Other relevant tasks assigned by Supervisor

• SLRT’s web application delivered in a timely

manner and to a high-quality standard

• Maintaining application performance according to

latest technology applicable to SLRT environment.

• Documentation of the application guidance and

technical documentation are maintained to a latest

version and according to documentation standard

advised.

• Mobile application integrated and working

smoothly with web-based application.

• Support to users are provided in good standard,

i.e. questions and complaint handling for

application are well managed and responded

timely.

4. Key Selection Criteria

• A minimum of Bachelor’s degree in information technology, computer science, management information

systems or related field, or equivalent working experience in information technology area.

• Minimum 5 years of work experience in developing web-based application in major framework using PHP,

Java, or other languages.

• Experiences in PL/SQL programming, and query optimization.

• Experience in performing application test and giving improvement recommendation for mobile and webbased

application optimization

• Knowledge and skill in Mobile Application Development. Ability to develop program in Android is an

advantage.

• Knowledge and skill in dashboard development is advantage

• Working knowledge to design and perform stress test, load balancing, and other techniques to improve the

application performance and quality.

• Well knowledge in designing and perform stress test, load balancing, and other techniques to improve the

application performance and quality.

• Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills, including to effectively communicate internally / externally, share

information with colleagues, clients and the management.

• Proven excellent presentational and writing skills, including working with time constraints in the preparation

of high quality documents.

• Proactive, highly motivated and a self-starter.

• Proven record of strong performance working in teams (teamwork) as well as working independently /

with minimum supervision.

• Proven ability to prioritize and manage time efficiently as well as multitasking; including to meet tight

deadlines as well as managing uncertainty and adjust to a changing work program.

• Demonstrated ability to successfully deliver outputs like the ones of this position.

• Fluency in written and oral English is an advantage.

 

 

5. Reporting Structure

Application Developer

Senior MIS Specialist

Chief of Technical Adviser

 

CARDNO EMERGING MARKETS (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Position Title: Mobile Application Developer

Reports to: Senior MIS Specialist

Location: SLRT Secretariat Office

Duration: 1 August 2017 – 31 Jan 2018 (6 months)

Period of Performance: 60 Days

Level of Effort: Short Term Assignment (STA)

1. Organizational Goals

Background

The Government of Indonesia is committed to accelerating the pace of poverty reduction and the President of

Indonesia has declared that poverty reduction is among the highest development priorities of his administration. This

commitment is reflected in Indonesia’s national medium‐term development plan Rencana Pembangunan Jangka

Menengah Nasional, RPJMN, 2015‐2019), with a target to reduce the poverty rate from 11% in 2014 to 7‐8% by 2019.

Indonesia’s achievements to reduce poverty have been significant: between 1999 and 2014, the poverty rate reduced

from 23.4% to 11.0%. However, almost 30 million Indonesians continue to live below the poverty line, and around 99

million are either living in or vulnerable to falling back into poverty. Furthermore, inequality has risen significantly since

the late 1990s which can threaten both economic growth and stability. Key policies for tackling poverty and inequality

are investment in social protection and widening access to decent work. Indeed, there is strong international evidence

that well-designed social protection can enable people to access the labour market and participate in income

generating activities, while also helping generate higher economic growth.

The Integrated Referral and Service System (IRS) for Social Protection and Poverty Reduction

The Government of Indonesia, under the leadership of Bappenas, is proposing the creation of an Integrated Referral

and Service System (IRS) to be operated at the local level with the aim of improving coordination and integration of

social protection and anti-poverty programs at the local level. The IRS proposes to address the current fragmentation

and lack of coordination of national and local social protection and anti-poverty programs, as well as updating poverty

database in a more regular way by providing local governments with the tools to promote coordination of programs at

local levels and to make the programs more responsive and relevant to local needs and desires. The IRS will allow

local social workers or facilitators to counsel families on where to seek assistance and what to do, depending on the

current programs they receive, their unmet needs and the supply of programs available at national and local levels.

The IRS will also be a conduit for people to present complaints and grievances to the different programs, and those

complaints will be tracked and monitored to make sure that complainants receive timely responses to those complaints.

Furthermore, the IRS will be in capacity to inform national and local agencies about budget needs and priority programs

to address gaps in social protection of poor and vulnerable people including abandoned women and children, disabled

persons, elderly poor with no social assistance and others.

The IRS pilot project in 5 districts (Bantaeng, Belitung Timur, Sleman, Sragen, and Sukabumi) was completed in June

2016 and since then being scaled up to 50 districts/cities with APBN and APBD funding. In addition, in West Nusa

Tenggara (NTB) province, the IRS is being implemented in all 10 districts and cities with funding from the provincial

government (APBD I) and the district/city level budget (APBD II).

MAHKOTA

The Government of Australia is supporting the Government of Indonesia under a program called MAHKOTA - Menuju

Masyarakat Indonesia Yang Kokoh Sejahtera (Towards a Strong and Prosperous Indonesian Society). MAHKOTA is

a flexible facility administered by Cardno that is able to respond to Government of Indonesia priorities, provide top

Indonesian and international expertise, and allow the Government of Indonesia to take risks with innovating policy.

MAHKOTA’s goal is “a comprehensive and equitable social protection system for the whole of Indonesia by 2025.”

The outcomes of the program are:

• Quality of the national social protection system is improved;

• More comprehensive and joined up social protection and labour market policy is delivered;

• Synergies with wider social and economic policy and planning are enhanced;

• Government of Indonesia capacity to progress towards the goal is established and can continue without further

Australian support.

2. Position Purpose

• Develop SLRT mobile application

• Improve SLRT mobile application performance and quality

• Recommend appropriate mobile application design and solutions to meet SLRT implementation requirements

and comply with the latest technology in order to get good quality application

3. Principal Accountabilities

Accountabilities or Key Result Areas (KRA) Major Objectives & Key Performance Indicators

(KPI)

• Develop SLRT mobile application

• Improve performance and quality of SLRT mobile

application

• Maintenance of the application and provide excellent

integration with web-based application.

• Provide support to end user

• Provide Technical Documentation of the application

• Other relevant tasks assigned by supervisor

• SLRT’s mobile application delivered in a timely

manner and to a high-quality standard

• Maintaining application performance according to

latest technology applicable to SLRT environment.

• Documentation of the application guidance and

technical documentation are maintained to a latest

version and according to documentation standard

advised.

• Mobile application. integrated and working

smoothly with web-based application

• Support to users are provided in good standard,

i.e. questions and complaint handling for mobile

application are well managed and responded

timely.

4. Key Selection Criteria

1. A m i n i m u m o f Bachelor’s degree in information technology, computer science, management

Information systems or related field.

2. Demonstrated experience in conducting full Android application development life cycle from origin to

deployment on the Google Play Store.

3. Proven extensive experience in Android and Mobile Application Development.

4. Demonstrated experience in integrating application with external APIs, Social Media, etc.

5. Demonstrated experience with UI/UX driven apps, TDD, BDD, Mobile Unit and Integration testing.

6. Demonstrated understanding of Git and workflow of working with versioning control tools.

7. Demonstrated experience in integrating with Google APIs, preferably Google Maps APIs

8. Having knowledge and experienced in mobile phone database stored locally and synch to other system, incl.

SQLite, MySQL, JSON, PostgreSQL, etc.

9. Proven record of strong client relations, with ability to work in sensitive situations, and challenging policy

environments, including in providing prompt and quality response to client requests.

10. Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills, including to effectively communicate internally / externally, share

information with colleagues, clients and the management.

11. Proven excellent presentational and writing skills, including working with time constraints in the

preparation of high quality documents.

12. Proactive, highly motivated and a self-starter. Proven record of strong performance working in teams

(teamwork) as well as working independently / with minimum supervision.

13. Proven ability to prioritize and manage time efficiently as well as multitasking; including to meet tight

deadlines as well as managing uncertainty and adjust to a changing work program.

14. Demonstrated ability to successfully deliver outputs similar to the ones of this position.

15. Fluency in written and oral Bahasa Indonesia and in English.

5. Reporting Structure

Senior MIS Specialist

Chief of Technical Adviser

Mobile Application Developer

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