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Product Manager 2 - GoMart Gojek
Setuju
2022-06-28

About The Role: In this role, you''ll take the wheel in driving GoMart''s product vision and strategy, and build our products to scale in our Convenience & Grocery products. You''ll spend your time translating analytical and research insights into tactical solutions, articulating the needs of our internal teams, and shipping product feature that enhances our Grocery products. the opportunity to innovate and - most important - do more for our users is driving us to push our product further, faster. As the Product Manager for GoMart, you will take on a role where an obsession for great user experience, thinking big while being hands-on. Working together with a set of cross-functional leads from Engineering, Design, Marketing, and Business you will craft a product strategy and roadmap that will quickly get a wholly reimagined grocery experience to MVP and beyond. What You Will Do Obsess user needs, pain points, and how to turn this into product insight/action Identify the metrics that matter and ensure they are a key driver of all that we do and decide Set milestones, ruthlessly prioritize, and be accountable for delivery Partner and collaborate across functions (Eng, Design, Data Science, Business, Marketing) as well as other products and platforms in the GoTo Group. Define clear and well-scoped requirements documents that are easily understood by technical and non-technical audiences. Be a merchant advocate. Articulate their needs and deliver user-friendly solutions to solve their problems. The Bottom Line: build, ship, and iterate on amazing products that delight our users What You Will Need At least 3+ years of experience working as a product manager. An entrepreneurial, customer-obsessed mindset and the comfort of working in a complex and fast-paced environment are required. An analytical and data-driven mindset a love for digging into data to understand what''s happening and to define and measure success on every project. Learn quickly, feel comfortable teaching yourself new skills, and thrive in a complex and fast-paced environment. Fluent in English and a confident communicator. Being empathetic to customers and colleagues A passion for your users (In this stream, your stakeholders will be both internal and merchant-facing.) A nuanced understanding of data, design, and research, software engineering, and business processes, and the ability to partner effectively with those teams About The Team: Groceries launched amid Covid to deliver fresh and packaged daily staples to our users through an on-demand, instant delivery experience. The groceries product group is working to build the leading online grocery ecosystem in Indonesia. GoMart, the B2C online grocery service, has grown to be the leader in delivering convenience items to our consumers in major cities across Indonesia. We welcome people from all backgrounds who seek the opportunity to help build a future where everyone and everything can move independently. If you have the curiosity, passion for technology, and collaborative spirit work with us, and let''s solve the problems with technology. About Gojek Gojek is a Super App. It is one app for ordering food, commuting, digital payments, shopping, hyper-local delivery, and a dozen other products. We are Indonesia''s first decacorn. We are also the only Southeast Asian startup to be part of Fortune''s list of Companies That Changed The World. Our Mission: To create and scale positive socio-economic impact for our customers, driver-partners, business, and MSMEs. As of 2018, Gojek processed more than $9 billion in annualized gross transaction value across all markets where it operates - in Singapore, Vietnam, and Indonesia. We have the largest food delivery product in Asia (outside of China) and is the largest payments wallet in Southeast Asia. Gojek contributed IDR 249 T to the Indonesian economy (equivalent to 2% of Indonesia''s GDP in 2020). As of Q1 2021, the Gojek App witnessed over 190mn downloads by customers. The platform has over 2mn Driver Partners & 900000 Merchant Partners across SEA. About GoTo Financial GoTo Financial brings secure, reliable, and user-friendly financial solutions to over 55 million monthly active users, more than 14 million merchants, and over 2.5 million driver-partners eager to benefit from the digital economy in the GoTo ecosystem. GoTo Financial''s consumer services include GoPay, GoPayLater, and other financial services. We also serve businesses of all s through leading payment gateway Midtrans, Indonesia''s largest cloud POS network Moka and GoKasir. We also have the all-in-one merchant solution GoBiz, GoBiz Plus, GoStore, and Selly - available in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. Gojek and GoTo Financial are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace and are equal opportunity employers. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, education status, or any other legally protected status.

Asia-Pacific Sustainability Lead Cargill
Setuju
2022-06-26

Want to build a stronger, more sustainable future and cultivate your career Join Cargill''s global team of 155,000 employees who are committed to safe, responsible and sustainable ways to nourish the world. This position is in Cargill''s agricultural supply chain business, where we seamlessly connect farming customers with food, feed and industry. Job Purpose and Impact The Asia-Pacific Sustainability Lead (Associate Director) will lead our team to develop and execute the strategic sustainability initiatives within the Cargill Agricultural Supply Chain (CASC) business, working with suppliers and external stakeholders that drive progress in key environmental and social impact areas and deliver value to our customers and commercial teams. In this role, you will serve as the leader for the Global Tropical Oils Strategy as well as sustainable sourcing in the APAC region across CASC commodities. You will build partnerships with customers and suppliers across value chains, liaise with external organizations to advance sustainability frameworks and engage, educate and influence both internal and external stakeholders to execute on our purpose to nourish the world in a safe, responsible and sustainable way. Key Accountabilities Develop sustainability strategy and tactics for tropical oils sourcing globally, ensuring alignment with corporate targets and coordination in execution across businesses. Develop regional supply chain policy, strategies and operational plans across commodities and thematic impact areas in an integrated operating company approach. Lead the communication on sustainability policies and objectives to suppliers, including farmers, with the purpose of extending our supply chain policies and requirements through the supply chain. Lead technical partnerships and engage in global/regional working groups and multi-stakeholder partnerships. Direct the team to identify and work with external partners like nongovernmental organizations, foundations, universities and government offices for program design, implementation, funding and project work. Partner with commercial leaders to deploy strategies to capture value from sustainability with a variety of customers. Provide subject matter expertise and thought leadership on that commodity and insights to the organization related to risks, approaches and trends impacting sustainable sourcing or production to inform positioning, commitments, policies, and processes Represent the company in external senior level stakeholder forums and media in matters related to sustainability. Develop plans and deliver results in a fast-changing business or regulatory environment, while leading and developing a team of experienced professionals and supervisors, coaching and making decisions related to talent management hiring, performance and disciplinary actions. Collaborate with managers and supervisors in your organization to ensure staff selections align with current and future needs. Other duties as assigned Qualifications Bachelor''s degree in a related field or equivalent experience . Technical knowledge in environmental, economic and social benefits of sustainable development . Proven track record in identifying customer needs, developing solutions and capturing commercial value from sustainability . Minimum of six years of related work experience . Other minimum qualifications may apply PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS . Three years of supervisory experience

Software Engineer- Groceries Gojek
Setuju
2022-05-30

About the Role As our Software Engineer for Gojek Groceries, you''ll play an integral part in our fast-expanding grocery platform. Working closely with the Business and Product teams, you''ll lead the product development of GoFresh - a managed marketplace within Groceries that optimizes the supply of GoFood merchants daily ingredients and consumable needs. Focusing your efforts on backend and web stacks, you''ll analyze and understand user needs, preferences, and software requirements to enhance the user experience with each new release, and collaborate with cross-functional teams to devise highly-scalable, reliable, and fault-tolerate systems that''ll be heavily utilized by our customers and merchant partners alike. With a small nimble team, you will be presented with ample opportunities to tackle challenging problems, build systems from scratch, and revolutionize grocery shopping in Indonesia and beyond. What Will You Do Contribute and make an impact across the backend and web stacks Analyze user needs and software requirements to determine feasibility of design within time and cost constraints Take time to understand user preferences and behaviors, and use this data to enhance their user experiences with each release Pair with team members on functional and nonfunctional requirements and spread design philosophy and goals across the team Collaborate with cross-functional teams to define, design, and shiphighly scalable, reliable, and fault-tolerant systems and new features that impact our customers and merchant partners Continuously refactor applications and architectures to maintain high-quality levels Innovate: Continuously discover, evaluate, and implement new technologies to maximize development efficiency and improve customer experience Unit-test code for robustness, including edge cases, usability, and general reliability conduct debugging and root cause analysis What Will You Need At least 3 years of hands-on experience in designing, developing, testing and deploying large-scale applications in any language or stack Proficiency in Golang / Ruby Data modeling experience in both Relational and NoSQL databases Hands-on experience with ElasticSearch Ability to design and implement low latency RESTful services A genuine interest and aptitude in writing code About the Team Our Gojek Groceries team is a family of 60 talented humans spread out across India and Indonesia. We''re Gojek''s newest product group that houses two products: GoMart , where we deliver on-demand fresh and packaged daily staples to our users by partnering with the best merchants in each city (B2C online grocery). We''re made up of software engineers, product managers, designers and data scientists who work to connect consumers with their favorite food merchants and stores, looking over these processes end-to-end (from demand to supply). The goal of our team is simple: we want to make grocery shopping as easy as possible (you need only lift a finger!). Our team has our sights set on growing our Groceries platform into the largest and most preferred groceries service in Indonesia and beyond. As a team, we''re concerned not only with the growth of the company, but each other''s personal growth and well-being, too we enjoy bonding over our shared love of good food, easy home recipes, and the best places to eat in our cities. When we aren''t working, you''d probably find us catching up with each other over Zoom, binging the latest Netflix dramas, or cooking up a storm with fresh ingredients we ordered through Groceries ) About Us Gojek is a Super App. It''s one app for ordering food, commuting, digital payments, shopping, hyper-local delivery, and dozen other products. It is Indonesia''s first and only decacorn. It''s also the only Southeast Asian startup to be part of Fortune''s list of Companies That Changed The World. Our Mission: To create and scale positive socio-economic impact for our customers, driver-partners, business and MSMEs. As of 2021, Gojek processed more than $9 billion annualised gross transaction value across all markets where it operates - in Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia. We have the largest food delivery product in Asia, (outside of China), and the largest payments wallet in Southeast Asia. Our investors include Google, Facebook, PayPal, Sequoia Capital, Tencent Holdings among others.

APAC Learning and Development Consultant Cargill
Setuju
Gresik | Salem
2022-05-28

Job Purpose and Impact The Learning and Development Consultant, will lead the effort to develop, implement and evaluate our adult learning and talent development activities. In this role, you will use your knowledge as the domain specialist to, create learning curriculum/materials, select appropriate delivery methods and assess learning effectiveness for the general workforce and for targeted field and technical areas. This is a regional role and will support Learning & Development activities across APAC, for all businesses & functions of Cargill APAC. The incumbent can be based in any of the APAC countries where Cargill has a presence. Key Accountabilities Responsible for assessing and understanding the business L&D needs in order to consult and recommend solutions to the client in the areas of team development, leadership forums, coaching/mentoring, rotation programs and the adoption of digital learning. Work with the client to propose L&D solutions and then implement them. Be a subject matter expert and coach for businesses and managers. Responsibilities include consulting, creation/curation/customizing content to meet the needs of clients, facilitation (in person and virtual) and program management. Plan, develop and provide education and staff development programs, with guidance in only the most complex situations. Interpret business issues to determine recommendations for the use of internal and external industry leading benchmark practices for adult learning content design and delivery. Develop sustainable learning plans with metrics, processes and management systems to measure and ensure adult learning effectiveness. Lead vendor partner management and coordination for ongoing adult learning classes globally. Coordinate and organize learning materials, multimedia visual aids, and other presentation materials. Independently handle complex issues with minimal supervision, while escalating only the most complex issues to appropriate staff. Other duties as assigned Qualifications Minimum Qualifications Bachelor''s degree in a related field or equivalent experience Proven digital experience related to adult learning including expertise in virtual training and facilitation tools Knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and learning design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups and the measurement of outcomes Minimum of four years of related work experience Other minimum qualifications may apply Preferred Qualifications Master''s degree 8+ years of L&D or relevant business experience Expertise in L&D methodologies, tools, technologies and processes Proven consulting and contracting skills that drive high performance Program/Project Management experience Instructional design/content curation experience Strong facilitation skills Ability to identify and implement opportunities to increase efficiency and effectiveness and reduce cost Ability to work independently and handle multiple priorities simultaneously in a lean environment Demonstrated business acumen Drive for results with results/outcome focus Demonstrated ability to build strong client relationships and influence key stakeholders Experience in a shared services organization Ability to travel as needed ( 25%) Certifications such as MBTI, StrengthsFinder etc. Experience with digital learning (e.g. Degreed, Intrepid, etc.) Experience with virtual facilitation using Skype and/or WebEx

APAC Learning and Development Consultant Cargill
Setuju
Gresik | Salem
2022-05-28

Job Purpose and Impact The Learning and Development Consultant, will lead the effort to develop, implement and evaluate our adult learning and talent development activities. In this role, you will use your knowledge as the domain specialist to, create learning curriculum/materials, select appropriate delivery methods and assess learning effectiveness for the general workforce and for targeted field and technical areas. This is a regional role and will support Learning & Development activities across APAC, for all businesses & functions of Cargill APAC. The incumbent can be based in any of the APAC countries where Cargill has a presence. Key Accountabilities Responsible for assessing and understanding the business L&D needs in order to consult and recommend solutions to the client in the areas of team development, leadership forums, coaching/mentoring, rotation programs and the adoption of digital learning. Work with the client to propose L&D solutions and then implement them. Be a subject matter expert and coach for businesses and managers. Responsibilities include consulting, creation/curation/customizing content to meet the needs of clients, facilitation (in person and virtual) and program management. Plan, develop and provide education and staff development programs, with guidance in only the most complex situations. Interpret business issues to determine recommendations for the use of internal and external industry leading benchmark practices for adult learning content design and delivery. Develop sustainable learning plans with metrics, processes and management systems to measure and ensure adult learning effectiveness. Lead vendor partner management and coordination for ongoing adult learning classes globally. Coordinate and organize learning materials, multimedia visual aids, and other presentation materials. Independently handle complex issues with minimal supervision, while escalating only the most complex issues to appropriate staff. Other duties as assigned Qualifications Minimum Qualifications Bachelor''s degree in a related field or equivalent experience Proven digital experience related to adult learning including expertise in virtual training and facilitation tools Knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and learning design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups and the measurement of outcomes Minimum of four years of related work experience Other minimum qualifications may apply Preferred Qualifications Master''s degree 8+ years of L&D or relevant business experience Expertise in L&D methodologies, tools, technologies and processes Proven consulting and contracting skills that drive high performance Program/Project Management experience Instructional design/content curation experience Strong facilitation skills Ability to identify and implement opportunities to increase efficiency and effectiveness and reduce cost Ability to work independently and handle multiple priorities simultaneously in a lean environment Demonstrated business acumen Drive for results with results/outcome focus Demonstrated ability to build strong client relationships and influence key stakeholders Experience in a shared services organization Ability to travel as needed ( 25%) Certifications such as MBTI, StrengthsFinder etc. Experience with digital learning (e.g. Degreed, Intrepid, etc.) Experience with virtual facilitation using Skype and/or WebEx

Customer Service Lead Cargill
Setuju
2022-05-10

Job Purpose and Impact The Customer Service Leadwill lead and direct supervisors and coordinators that provide customer services relating to sales, sales promotions, installations and communications. We seek a professional to supervise our team optimizing and monitoring shipping and returns including processing complex orders from customers and resolving order or delivery issues. Key Accountabilities Manage and provide coaching and/or training to team. Partner with team members to decide which tools/systems are appropriate to use for specific customer service environments. Coordinate communication with customers regarding order status, sales forecast, invoices, contract balances and other pertinent information needed to complete the sale. Use broad knowledge of customer service practices and procedures to develop and provide input to tactical customer service strategies for a medium-d customer base. Provide input and feedback to define improvement projects and commitments requiring a substantial understanding of customer service practices and procedures for a medium-to-small team of customer service representatives and/or supervisors. Lead and develop a team, coach and make decisions related to talent management, hiring, performance, and disciplinary actions. Other duties as assigned Qualifications Minimum Qualifications Bachelor''s degree in a related field or equivalent experience Minimum of tenyears of related work experience Coming from relevant industry Strong regional experience and leading team

Lead Product Manager- GoMart Gojek
Setuju
2022-04-15

About the role: Gojek is looking for an entrepreneurial product leader to drive the vision, strategy and execution of the next stage in our Convenience & Grocery products. We have built and grown GoMart to be the convenience delivery market leader in Indonesia but competition, the opportunity to innovate and - most important - doing more for our users is driving us to push our product further, faster. As the Lead PM for GoMart, you will take on a founder style role where an obsession for great user experience, thinking big while being hands-on and entrepreneurial spirit guide our path forward. Working together with a set of cross functional leads from Engineering, Design, Marketing, and Business you will craft a product strategy and roadmap that will quickly get a wholly reimagined grocery experience to MVP and beyond. Although this is not primarily a management role, you will mentor and help grow a small group of experienced PMs working on this effort. What you will do: Obsess about user needs, pain points and how to turn this into product insight/action Define and manage the product roadmap from MVP to a multi-year horizon Identify the metrics that matter and ensure they are a key driver of all that we do and decide Set milestones, ruthlessly prioritize and be accountable for delivery Partner and collaborate across functions (Eng, Design, Data Science, Business, Marketing) as well as other products and platforms in the GoTo Group. Mentor and develop other PMs The Bottom Line: build, ship and iterate on amazing products that delight our users What you will need: 5+ years of experience working as a product manager Bachelor''s / Masters or an equivalent degree, preferably in engineering or management Success building/launching a significant, end-to-end consumer-facing product experience Ability to easily transition from high level strategic thinking to creative and detailed execution Solid organization, leadership, team-building, and mentorship experience Experience working with distributed teams and in a distributed environment Confident communicator in verbal and written English About the team: Groceries launched amid Covid to deliver fresh and packaged daily staples to our users through an on demand, instant delivery experience. The groceries product group is working to build the leading online grocery ecosystem in Indonesia. GoMart, the B2C online grocery service, has grown to be the leader in delivering convenience items to our consumers in major cities across Indonesia. About Us Gojek is a Super App. It''s one app for ordering food, commuting, digital payments, shopping, hyper-local delivery, and dozen other products. It is Indonesia''s first and only decacorn. It''s also the only Southeast Asian startup to be part of Fortune''s list of Companies That Changed The World. Our Mission: To create and scale positive socio-economic impact for our customers, driver-partners, business and MSMEs. As of 2021, Gojek processed more than $9 billion annualised gross transaction value across all markets where it operates - in Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia. We have the largest food delivery product in Asia, (outside of China), and the largest payments wallet in Southeast Asia. Our investors include Google, Facebook, PayPal, Sequoia Capital, Tencent Holdings among others.

Lead Software Engineer (Backend)- Groceries Gojek
Setuju
2022-04-15

About the Role As our Lead Software Engineer, you''ll take the wheel in the development of key consumer experiences (i.e. Search, Recommendations, and Discovery) for GoMart - the new groceries platform on the Gojek app. In this role, you''ll drive a talented product development team to scale the impact of GoMart across multiple merchant-partners, shoppers, driver-partners, and users, and be an active part of the wider Gojek engineering team where you''ll work with the best engineers and make your own mark. You''ll also collaborate with the Business and Product teams, leveraging cutting-edge Android innovations to define, design, and deploy new features for our Groceries platform. You''ll be presented with ample opportunities to tackle challenging problems, build systems from scratch, and revolutionize grocery shopping in Indonesia and beyond. What You Will Do Lead the GoMart consumer app product development team working on key consumer experience streams, providing technology leadership and foster engineering excellence Design and develop highly scalable, highly available, reliable, secure and fault tolerant systems with minimal guidance for one of the world''s fastest growing companies Pair with team members on functional and nonfunctional requirements, and spread design philosophy, goals and improve the code quality across the team Partner with the product management team to define and execute the feature roadmap Translate business requirements into scalable and extensible design Coordinate with cross functional teams (Mobile, DevOps, UX, QA etc.) to define, design, and ship new features that impact our customers and merchant partners Proactively manage stakeholder communication related to deliverables, risks, changes and dependencies Take time to understand user preferences and behaviors, and use this data to enhance their user experiences with each release What You Will Need At least 5 years of hands-on experience in designing, developing, testing and deploying large scale applications in any language or stack Proficiency in Golang / Ruby Proficiency in OOP, SQL, Linux/Unix and Design Patterns experience with functional programming is a plus Data modeling experience in both Relational and NoSQL databases Hands-on experience with ElasticSearch Ability to design and implement low latency RESTful services Well-versed with Agile methodologies, TDD and Test Engineering and Automation About the Team Our Gojek Groceries team is a family of 60 talented humans spread out across India and Indonesia. We''re Gojek''s newest product group that houses two products: GoMart , where we deliver on-demand fresh and packaged daily staples to our users by partnering with the best merchants in each city (B2C online grocery). We''re made up of software engineers, product managers, designers and data scientists who work to connect consumers with their favorite food merchants and stores, looking over these processes end-to-end (from demand to supply). The goal of our team is simple: we want to make grocery shopping as easy as possible (you need only lift a finger!). Our team has our sights set on growing our Groceries platform into the largest and most preferred groceries service in Indonesia and beyond. As a team, we''re concerned not only with the growth of the company, but each other''s personal growth and well-being, too we enjoy bonding over our shared love of good food, easy home recipes, and the best places to eat in our cities. When we aren''t working, you''d probably find us catching up with each other over Zoom, binging the latest Netflix dramas, or cooking up a storm with fresh ingredients we ordered through Groceries ) About Us Gojek is a Super App. It''s one app for ordering food, commuting, digital payments, shopping, hyper-local delivery, and dozen other products. It is Indonesia''s first and only decacorn. It''s also the only Southeast Asian startup to be part of Fortune''s list of Companies That Changed The World. Our Mission: To create and scale positive socio-economic impact for our customers, driver-partners, business and MSMEs. As of 2021, Gojek processed more than $9 billion annualised gross transaction value across all markets where it operates - in Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia. We have the largest food delivery product in Asia, (outside of China), and the largest payments wallet in Southeast Asia. Our investors include Google, Facebook, PayPal, Sequoia Capital, Tencent Holdings among others.

Data and Business Intelligence Associate Director Cargill
Setuju
2022-02-13

Want to build a stronger, more sustainable future and cultivate your career? Join Cargill''s global team of 160,000 employees who are committed to safe, responsible and sustainable ways to nourish the world. This position is in Cargill''s agricultural supply chain business, where we seamlessly connect farming customers with food, feed and industry. Job Purpose and Impact The Data and Business Intelligence Associate Director will lead a team from cross country that develops new insights and understanding of business performance based on data and statistical methods. We seek an experienced professional who will provide direction for analyzing external market dynamics and other data sources to assess trends and provide insights and recommendations to management. Key Accountabilities Provide leadership direction to develop information technology strategies, polices and plans. Monitor and assign staff to translate business requirements into application requirements. Recommend solutions or improvements to business processes using new technology or alternative uses of existing technology. Direct identifying and analyzing business needs, gathering requirements and defining scope and objectives to make business decisions. Develop plans and deliver results in a fast-changing business or regulatory environment, while leading and developing a team of experienced professionals and supervisors, coaching and making decisions related to talent management hiring, performance and disciplinary actions. You will also collaborate with managers and supervisors in your organization to ensure staff selections align with current and future needs. Other duties as assigned Qualifications Minimum Qualifications Bachelor''s degree in a related field or equivalent experience Minimum of six years of supervisory related work experience Preferred Qualifications More than ten years of supervisory experience Bachelor or Master with background in Finance and Planning Analyst or Operation Expose outstanding critical knowledge and analyzing quantitative data Comfortable with big data and number Good communication skill in English and Bahasa Indonesia

Supply Chain Analyst and Data Technology Cargill
Setuju
Pandaan
2022-01-23

Want to build a stronger, more sustainable future and cultivate your career? Join Cargill''s global team of 155,000 employees who are committed to safe, responsible and sustainable ways to nourish the world. This position is in Cargill''s food ingredients and bio-industrial business, where we anticipate trends around taste, nutrition and safety to innovate and provide solutions to manufacturers, retailers and foodservice companies. Job Purpose and Impact The Supply Chain Analyst and Data Technologywill be the analytical driver of the Supply Chain Organization and will act as contact for data management and technology matters such as SalesForce (Leap) across service levels and segments. In this role, you will support the report and analysis for Supply Chain, such as Commercial Score Card, Drive and improve Contract Management and monitoring, as well as customer experience through advanced analytics. Key Accountabilities Check accuracy and consistency of customer and contract data, credit, pricing, quality, delivery and order documentation records and resolve errors and discrepancies. Report and analyze metrics and work closely with involved functions to conduct root cause analysis, explain and clarify information with other team members to find resolutions. Support the preparation and reporting of internal and external joint customer scorecards. Support customer facing specialists to provide resolution to customer issues of moderate complexity. Support and provide insights to process improvement and technology optimization projects. Support the measurement of customer experience and process performance. Coach and train members of the customer service organization in order management tools and technologies. Independently solve moderately complex issues with minimal supervision, while escalating more complex issues to appropriate staff. Other duties as assigned Qualifications Minimum Qualifications Bachelor''s degree in a related field or equivalent experience Minimum of two years of related work experience Other minimum qualification may apply Preferred Qualifications Good Analytical Skill Good in Excel Skill SalesForce user

Marketing Manager Cargill
Setuju
2021-12-14

Job Purpose and Impact The Marketing Manager, Beverage & Confectionery, will be responsible for crafting and executing a marketing strategy to drive profitable growth and customer dedication for assigned product line and category. This rolewill partner withProduct Line, Technical and Commercial Teams to establish marketing plans and opportunities to enable an outstanding customer experience to deliver valuable offerings for customers and prospects. This rolewill formulate and drive category strategy and set compelling market leading customer value propositions. Key Accountabilities Plan, execute and measure marketing strategies, annual marketing plan and promotions for specific categories & product line/s to achieve sales objectives In collaboration with the Commercial, Product Line and Technical Teams, align marketing initiatives with category trends to provide with key customers with winning value propositions, incorporating Cargill solutions Act as a project manager ensuring good and timely execution of key marketing initiatives based on priorities established through the marketing planning process Supervise marketing promotions performance and metrics Integrate category and consumer insights to grow CSST Asia''s share in Beverage and Confectionery categories Drive the execution of marketing strategy & activities across the region for key category customers Responsible for using robust marketing research and analytical approach, processes, and systems to build industry leading customer insights and market/industry understanding for assigned categories Deliver the marketing research and analytics for New Product, Service & Solution Development (NPSS Development) Partner with the commercial, product line and R&D teams to develop compelling NPSS ideas by integrating market trends insights with technical advancements To support key customer presentations for marketing proactive campaigns Work with commercial team for customer events (road shows, innovation days) Manage external and internal communication for assigned product line/categories Independently handle complex issues with minimal supervision, while escalating only the most complex issues to appropriate staff. Other duties as assigned Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor''s degree in Marketing, Sales, or Business related or equivalent experience, Ability to balance multiple priorities and deliver timely projects within budget guidelines Experience executing B2B customer specific campaigns and promotions Experience engaging directly with customers with a positive impact Experience developing strategic marketing plans that generated customer growth Minimum of seven years of related work experience Bonus to have beverage and confectionery category experience in sugar reduction Other minimum qualifications may apply

Regional Sales Manager - Sugar Reduction Cargill
Setuju
2021-11-27

Job Purpose and Impact The Business Development Consultant I, will develop ways to increase sales and revenue from new and existing market segments and channels. We seek a results-oriented professional who will offer insight to help shape our business expansion strategies and provide input into annual business development plans to reach objectives and revenue. Key Accountabilities Collaborate with our account managers to understand business requirements and market needs. Recognize and pursue new market segments and opportunities for business development, calculating return and investment. Monitor market development activities to align with company business goals. Prioritize market segment development activities and set revenue targets. Measure performance to meet objectives, undertaking remedial action where appropriate. Collaborate with other business developers to optimize market segment opportunities. Independently handle complex issues with minimal supervision, while escalating only the most complex issues to appropriate staff. Other duties as assigned Qualifications

Key Account Manager Grabtaxi Pte Ltd
Setuju
2021-09-11

Job Description : Get to know our Team : As a member of Grab, not only will you bring your skill sets to drive your team forward, but you will also develop your untapped potential and be inspired by some of the most amazing minds in the industry. Our team consists of both young and experienced individuals who are tenacious, motivated and energized by the fact that we exist to make a change - have a societal impact in Southeast Asia. Grab for Business (GfB) is the B2B SaaS team within Grab that helps to simplify business transportation, corporate food & package deliveries as well as related services for companies across Southeast Asia. We actively engage with top companies and top brands. To this end, we are looking for a strong Key Account Manager to Retail & FMCG Industry in our GfB team to manage and grow an expanding portfolio of top Indonesian corporate clients through account management. To perform this role well, the candidate needs to have a strong account management background in specific industry: Retail, FMCG Industry or strong experience in manage account in conglomerate group, great communication skills, attention to detail, ability to create and follow processes, and a track record of exceeding expectations. This role is based in Jakarta, Indonesia. The day-to-day activities : Account Management Strong sales acumen is a must, including forecast and pipeline management. The individual must be able to prospect, build and maintain a strong pipeline of deals, and actively track performance against the given sales target, through partners. Setting the right ROB (Rhythm of Business) / Cadence with accounts, tracking the performance, be able to grow the partner contribution to overall Revenue GfB, as well as engage with Key Accounts and C-Level of Accounts to have more support and commitment. Teamwork and Internal Engagement: Work with cross-functional stakeholders internally, hand in hand with Product Lead and GTM Leadwithin GfB to execute the strategy, achieving OKR and sales targets. To some extent will connect with Finance, Regional, Product and Tech Family, to capture the demand from accounts in order to grow the business. Data Analysis & Insights: With in-depth data analysis of account portfolio, pipeline and business (using Salesforce CRM), drive and develop partner specific growth strategies and approaches, solidifying Grab for Business position as a market leader. Present account plans based upon data driven insights to establish revenue goals and business plans while also working on new initiatives and launches. The must haves : Bachelor''s Degree with 8 to 10 years of account management experience within a fast-paced and highly competitive B2B, SaaS, media, enterprise or corporate environment (direct client facing role). Proven track record as a solid sales and high performer in achieving and even exceeding, sales targets. Ambitious, self-driven and highly motivated individual who can work well in a startup VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous) environment. Must be able to work independently most of the time and think strategically when approaching tasks. Strong interpersonal skills with an ability to effectively network with clients, partners, and within the overall Grab business. Coachable attitude. Should be willing and able to learn about the Grab for Business platform, Grab''s multiple products, processes and stakeholders very fast. Communication: Strong and effective communicator with good presentation and speaking skills who can verbally and visually articulate their point of view clearly and succinctly. Should have a deep desire to excel and develop a career in a high-growth tech startup. Should have demonstrated integrity and respect in the performance of their duties. Proficiency in using Salesforce CRM Comfortable with data analysis (MS Office, Google Docs / Sheets / Slides)

IC/UNDP/GEF/119/2021- National Consultant for Terminal Evaluation of the 6th OP SGPO GEF United Nations Development Programme
Setuju
2021-09-07

Job Description : Interest candidate has to access procurement notice Ref.: IC/UNDP/GEF/119/2021- National Consultant for Terminal Evaluation of the 6th OP SGPO GEF at the following link: We encourage you to submit your application through this website and send the complete application to [Confidential Information] (only application with complete supporting document received in [Confidential Information] before or at the closing date will be proceed). 1. Introduction In accordance with UNDP and GEF M&E policies and procedures, all full and medium-d UNDP-supported GEF-financed projects are required to undergo a Terminal Evaluation (TE) at the end of the project. This Terms of Reference (ToR) sets out the expectations for the TE of the full-d project titled Sixth Operational Phase of the GEF SGP in Indonesia (PIMS 5499) implemented through the Yayasan Bina Usaha Lingkungan (YBUL). The project started on the 10th of June 2017 and is in its fourth year of implementation. The TE process must follow the guidance outlined in the document ‘Guidance for Conducting Terminal Evaluations of UNDP-Supported, GEF-Financed Projects (). 2. Project Description The project objective is designed to enhance and maintain socio-ecological resilience of one forested and three coastal landscapes through community-based initiatives in Sulawesi, East Nusa Tenggara, and Bali, Indonesia through the generation of global environmental benefits. The project enable community organizations and NGOs to develop and implement adaptive landscape/seascape management strategies that build social, economic and ecological resilience based on local sustainable development benefits. The project components are the following: Component 1: resilient landscapes for sustainable development and global environmental protection and Component 2: community-based integrated low-emission systems. The target landscapes and seascapes are a key forest landscape of Nantu Wild Life Reserve, Gorontalo province, as well as coastal seascapes of Sulawesi (Wakatobi archipelagos) Bali (Nusa Penida island) and East Nusa Tenggara (Semau Island). The key stakeholder to pursue the outcomes of these adaptive landscape/seascape management strategies are: a) community organizations, Indigenous Groups, Forest Protection Committees (FPCs), Federations, Cooperatives, Fishermen''s Associations, Women groups, Youth groups, and NGOs as grant project implementers b) SGP National Steering Committee reviews and approves projects submitted and c) other stakeholders such as local government, private sector, NGOs and other partners. The project contributes to SDGs:(a) End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture (2) b) Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all (6), c) Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns (12) and d) Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss (15). In addition, the project responds to all three areas of development work per the UNDP Strategic Plan such as eradicating poverty structural transformations and building resilience. The 4-year project (expected operational closure December 10th, 2021) is executed under UNDP''s NGO modality by Yayasan Bina Usaha Lingkungan (YBUL). YBUL is responsible for the day-to-day management and implementation of project activities with the support of a full time Country Program Manager (CPM) and under the leadership of the National Steering Committee (NSC). UNDP performs Project Assurance function by providing independent feedback on progress towards project milestones. As of to date, GEF SGP Indonesia has exceeded its target with a total of 125,612.51 hectares currently under resilient production landscape and seascape management (267% of the target), covering 71,826.97 hectares of coastal area and 53,785.54 hectares of forested area. The project has supported 73 small grants projects, 2 strategic projects for developing seascapes/landscape strategies and for developing exit strategy project through Terasmitra, and 7 knowledge management projects, totaling 82 projects. GEF SGP Indonesia has been supporting: 34 CBOs and 48 NGOs, with total 10,087 beneficiaries, with a women participation of over 51 percent, to mainstream biodiversity conservation and sustainable use in productive landscapes, seascapes and sectors in four target landscapes and seascapes in Semau Island, Nusa Penida Island, Wakatobi and Gorontalo. The communities are involved in various management actions including law enforcement, rehabilitation, reforestation, awareness raising and education, capacity building, biodiversity monitoring, policy development, and income creation. The overall total project cost is $ 3,561,644 (grant amount without fee), with an expected co-financing of $11,749,385. Regarding covid-19 outbreak, as of 28 June 2021, there were 2,120,000 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Indonesia, of which 57,138 were fatalities and 1,850,000 persons recovered. Covid-19 has been spread in 34 provinces and 487 regencies/cities across Indonesia. Some regions implemented large social restrictions to prevent of Covid-19 pandemics. The global COVID-19 pandemic has increased the vulnerability of small islands, mainly because almost all small islands in Indonesia depend on external food and energy. The most noticeable impact of COVID-19 is the increasingly limited movement of people and goods to small islands or remote areas. The GEF SGP Indonesia Phase VI program has components related to the recovery of resilience capacity to meet vital needs such as food, water and energy, which are supported by intact natural ecosystems. In addition, the program has a key component related to developing and strengthening the resilience capacity of local agents in the target landscapes and seascapes, women and men, who have long-term commitment and skills related to resilience (local food security, water availability, environmentally friendly natural resource management, etc. ) and carry out activities even though the GEF SGP Indonesia program has been completed. 3. TE Purpose The TE will assess the achievement of project results against what was expected to be achieved, and draw lessons learnt that can both improve the project''s sustainability, and provide input to the enhancement of UNDP programming. The TE report promotes accountability and transparency and assesses the extent of project accomplishments. The evaluation should include and analyze best practices, specific lessons learned, and recommendations on the strategies to be used and how to implement them. Results of this Terminal Evaluation will be used by key stakeholders (such as GEF, UNDP, grantee partners, government, local governments, etc.) to be replicated by other projects or by other countries, improving their implementation in future programs. The evaluation must provide evidence-based information that is credible, reliable and useful. The evaluator is expected to follow a participatory and consultative approach ensuring close engagement with government counterparts, in particular the GEF operational focal point, UNDP Country Office, GEF SGP project team, UNDP GEF Technical Adviser (Upgraded Country Programmes Global Coordinator (UCP GC) and key stakeholders and grantees. Evaluation Terminal will conduct an evaluation for program implementation from February 2019 to July 2021. The evaluation will mainly focus on assessing the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, results, impact, coordination and sustainability of GEF SGP Indonesia project efforts and will be applied to all two components of the project. The following are guiding questions within the framework of the evaluation criterions (to be reviewed/elaborated in the evaluation inception report). Relevance Is the project relevant to the GEF Focal Area objectives? Is the project relevant the GEF biodiversity focal area and other relevant focal areas? Is the project relevant to Indonesia''s environment and sustainable development objectives? Is the project addressing the needs of target beneficiaries at the local and regional levels? Is the project internally coherent in its design? How is the project relevant with respect to other donor-supported activities? Does the project provide relevant lessons and experiences for other similar projects in the future? Is GEF SGP project''s theory of change clearly articulated? How did GEF SGP Project contribute towards and advance gender equality aspirations of the Government of Indonesia? How well does GEF SGP project react to changing work environment and how well has the design able to adjust to changing external circumstances? Effectiveness & Results Has the project been effective in achieving the expected outcomes and objectives? How is risk and risk mitigation being managed? What lessons can be drawn regarding effectiveness for other similar projects in the future? Efficiency Was adaptive management used or needed to ensure efficient resource use? Did the project logical framework and work plans and any changes made to them use as management tools during implementation? Were the accounting and financial systems in place adequate for project management and producing accurate and timely financial information? Were progress reports produced accurately, timely and responded to reporting requirements including adaptive management changes? Was project implementation as cost effective as originally proposed (planned vs. actual) Did the leveraging of funds (co-financing) happen as planned? Were financial resources utilized efficiently? Could financial resources have been used more efficiently? How was results-based management used during project implementation? To what extent partnerships/linkages between institutions/ organizations were encouraged and supported? Which partnerships/linkages were facilitated? What was the level of efficiency of cooperation and collaboration arrangements? Which methods were successful or not and why? Did the project efficiently utilize local capacity in implementation? What lessons can be drawn regarding efficiency for other similar projects in the future? Coordination To what extent the project adopted a coordinated and participatory approach in mainstreaming gender into policies and programs? To what extent the project was effective in coordinating its activities with relevant development partners, donors, CSO, NGOs and academic institution? Sustainability Were sustainability issues integrated into the design and implementation of the project? Did the project adequately address financial and economic sustainability issues? Are the recurrent costs after project completion sustainable? What are the main institutions/organizations in country that will take the project efforts forward after project end and what is the budget they have assigned to this? Were the results of efforts made during the project implementation period well assimilated by organizations and their internal systems and procedures? Is there evidence that project partners will continue their activities beyond project support? What degree is there of local ownership of initiatives and results? Were laws, policies and frameworks addressed through the project, in order to address sustainability of key initiatives and reforms? What is the level of political commitment to build on the results of the project? Are there policies or practices in place that create perverse incentives that would negatively affect long-term benefits? Are there adequate incentives to ensure sustained benefits achieved through the project? Are there risks to the environmental benefits that were created or that are expected to occur? Are there long-term environmental threats that have not been addressed by the project? Have any new environmental threats emerged in the project''s lifetime? Is the capacity in place at the regional, national and local levels adequate to ensure sustainability of the results achieved to date? Is there potential to scale up or replicate project activities? Did the project''s Exit Strategy actively promote replication? Which areas/arrangements under the project show the strongest potential for lasting long-term results? What are the key challenges and obstacles to the sustainability of results of the project initiatives that must be directly and quickly addressed? Gender equality and women''s empowerment What factors contribute or influence GEF SGP Indonesia project''s ability to positively contribute to policy change from a gender perspective and women''s economic empowerment. The TE report will comprise a clear explanation of the methodology used, adequately address cross cutting areas including gender and human rights and include logical and well-articulated conclusions based on the findings which are linked to and supported by evidence. The TE will adhere to evaluation standards of integrity, accountability, transparency, and objectivity. The TE will occur during the last months of project activities, allowing the TE team to proceed while the Project Team is still in place, yet ensuring the project is close enough to completion for the evaluation team reach conclusions on key aspects such as project sustainability. Duties and Responsibilities DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TE Approach & Methodology The TE must provide evidence-based information that is credible, reliable and useful. The TE team will review all relevant sources of information including documents prepared during the preparation phase (i.e. PIF, UNDP Initiation Plan, UNDP Social and Environmental Screening Procedure/SESP) the Project Document, project reports including annual PIRs, project budget revisions, lesson learned reports, national strategic and legal documents, and any other materials that the team considers useful for this evidence-based evaluation. The TE team will review the baseline and midterm GEF focal area Core Indicators/Tracking Tools submitted to the GEF at the CEO endorsement and midterm stages and the terminal Core Indicators/Tracking Tools that must be completed before the TE field mission begins. The TE team is expected to follow a participatory and consultative approach ensuring close engagement with the Project Team, government counterparts (the GEF Operational Focal Point), Implementing Partners, the UNDP Country Office(s), the Regional Technical Advisors, direct beneficiaries and other stakeholders. Engagement of stakeholders is vital to a successful TE. Stakeholder involvement should include interviews with stakeholders who have project responsibilities, including but not limited to executing agencies, senior officials and task team/component leaders, key experts and consultants in the subject area, National Steering Committee of GEF SGP Indonesia, local government and grantee-partners, etc. Additionally, the TE team is expected to conduct field missions, including the following project sites Semau, Nusa Penida, Gorontalo, and Wakatobi. If the COVID19 pandemic travel restrictions are still ongoing, then the TE mission for the international consultant may not be possible due to the Covid-19 situation in Indonesia. For this, virtual tools will be used to conduct the interviews. The specific design and methodology for the TE should emerge from consultations between the TE team and the above-mentioned parties regarding what is appropriate and feasible for meeting the TE purpose and objectives and answering the evaluation questions, given limitations of budget, time and data. The TE team must use gender-responsive methodologies and tools and ensure that gender equality and women''s empowerment, as well as other cross-cutting issues and SDGs are incorporated into the TE report. The final methodological approach including interview schedule, field visits and data to be used in the evaluation should be clearly outlined in the inception report and be fully discussed and agreed between UNDP, stakeholders and the TE team. If the COVID19 pandemic travel restrictions are still ongoing, then the Terminal Evaluation might be conducted using questionnaires, and virtual interviews, but the evaluation team should be able to revise the approach in consultation with the evaluation manager and the key stakeholders. These changes in approach should be agreed and reflected clearly in the TE Inception Report. The national expert consultant will have to play an important role in the conduct of the evaluation and will therefore, perform additional responsibilities. The main responsibilities of the national expert which will be further elaborated in the inception report is attached as Annex I. The TE team has the flexibility to determine the best methods and tools to collect and analyze data. The final methodological approach including interview schedule, field visits and data to be used in the evaluation should be clearly outlined in the inception report and be fully discussed and agreed between UNDP stakeholders and the TE team. The final TE report should describe the full TE approach taken and the rationale for the approach making explicit the underlying assumptions, challenges, strengths and weaknesses about the methods and approach of the evaluation. As of 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a global pandemic as the new coronavirus rapidly spread to all regions of the world. Travel to the country has been restricted since March 2020 and travel in the country is also restricted. If it is not possible to travel to or within the country for the TE mission then the TE team should develop a methodology that takes this into account the conduct of the TE virtually and remotely, including the use of remote interview methods and extended desk reviews, data analysis, surveys and evaluation questionnaires. This should be detailed in the TE Inception Report and agreed with the Commissioning Unit. If all or part of the TE is to be carried out virtually then consideration should be taken for stakeholder availability, ability or willingness to be interviewed remotely. In addition, their accessibility to the internet/computer may be an issue as many government and national counterparts may be working from home. These limitations must be reflected in the final TE report. If a data collection/field mission is not possible then remote interviews may be undertaken through telephone or online (skype, zoom etc.). International consultants can work remotely with national evaluator support in the field if it is safe for them to operate and travel. No stakeholders, consultants or UNDP staff should be put in harm''s way and safety is the key priority. A short validation mission may be considered if it is confirmed to be safe for staff, consultants, stakeholders and if such a mission is possible within the TE schedule. Equally, qualified and independent national consultants can be hired to undertake the TE and interviews in country as long as it is safe to do so. Detailed Scope of the TE The TE will assess project''s achievements in accordance to the set of agreed project''s Logical Framework/Results Framework (see TOR Annex A). The TE will assess results according to the criteria outlined in the Guidance for TEs of UNDP-supported GEF-financed Projects (https://tinyurl.com/68h94cp6). The Findings section of the TE report will cover the topics listed below. A full outline of the TE report''s content is provided in ToR Annex C. The asterisk (*) indicates criteria for which a rating is required. Findings 1. Project Design/Formulation National priorities and country driven-ness Theory of Change Gender equality and women''s empowerment Social and Environmental Safeguards Analysis of Results Framework: project logic and strategy, indicators Assumptions and Risks Lessons from other relevant projects (e.g. same focal area) incorporated into project design Planned stakeholder participation Linkages between project and other interventions within the sector Management arrangements 2. Project Implementation Adaptive management (changes to the project design and project outputs during implementation) Actual stakeholder participation and partnership arrangements Project Finance and Co-finance Monitoring & Evaluation: design at entry (*), implementation (*), and overall assessment of M&E (*) Implementing Agency (UNDP) (*) and Executing Agency (*), overall project oversight/implementation and execution (*) Risk Management, including Social and Environmental Standards 3. Project Results Assess the achievement of outcomes against indicators by reporting on the level of progress for each objective and outcome indicator at the time of the TE and noting final achievements Relevance (*), Effectiveness (*), Efficiency (*) and overall project outcome (*) Sustainability: financial (*) , socio-political (*), institutional framework and governance (*), environmental (*), overall likelihood of sustainability (*) Country ownership Gender equality and women''s empowerment Cross-cutting issues (poverty alleviation, improved governance, climate change mitigation and adaptation, disaster prevention and recovery, human rights, capacity development, South-South cooperation, knowledge management, volunteerism, etc., as relevant) GEF Additionality Catalytic Role / Replication Effect Progress to impact 4. Main Findings, Conclusions, Recommendations and Lessons Learned The TE team will include a summary of the main findings of the TE report. Findings should be presented as statements of fact that are based on analysis of the data. The section on conclusions will be written in light of the findings. Conclusions should be comprehensive and balanced statements that are well substantiated by evidence and logically connected to the TE findings. They should highlight the strengths, weaknesses and results of the project, respond to key evaluation questions and provide insights into the identification of and/or solutions to important problems or issues pertinent to project beneficiaries, UNDP and the GEF, including issues in relation to gender equality and women''s empowerment. Recommendations should provide concrete, practical, feasible and targeted recommendations directed to the intended users of the evaluation about what actions to take and decisions to make. The recommendations should be specifically supported by the evidence and linked to the findings and conclusions around key questions addressed by the evaluation. The TE report should also include lessons that can be taken from the evaluation, including best practices in addressing issues relating to relevance, performance and success that can provide knowledge gained from the particular circumstance (programmatic and evaluation methods used, partnerships, financial leveraging, etc.) that are applicable to other GEF and UNDP interventions. When possible, the TE team should include examples of good practices in project design and implementation. It is important for the conclusions, recommendations and lessons learned of the TE report to include results related to gender equality and empowerment of women. The TE report will include an Evaluation Ratings Table, as shown in the ToR Annex. Expected Outputs and Deliverables The TE consultant/team shall prepare and submit: TE Inception Report: TE team clarifies objectives and methods of the TE no later than 2 weeks before the TE mission. TE team submits the Inception Report to the Commissioning Unit and project management. Approximate due date: (13 August 2021) Presentation: TE team presents initial findings to project management and the Commissioning Unit at the end of the TE mission. Approximate due date: (27 August 2021) Draft TE Report: TE team submits full draft report with annexes within 3 weeks of the end of the TE mission. Approximate due date: (06 September 2021) Final TE Report* and Audit Trail: TE team submits revised report, with Audit Trail detailing how all received comments have (and have not) been addressed in the final TE report, to the Commissioning Unit within 1 week of receiving UNDP comments on draft. Approximate due date: (10 September 2021) *The final TE report must be in English. If applicable, the Commissioning Unit may choose to arrange for a translation of the report into a language more widely shared by national stakeholders. All final TE reports will be quality assessed by the UNDP Independent Evaluation Office (IEO). Details of the IEO''s quality assessment of decentralized evaluations can be found in Section 6 of the UNDP Evaluation Guidelines. Access at: Competencies Experience Relevant experience with results-based management evaluation methodologies Experience applying SMART indicators and reconstructing or validating baseline scenarios Competence in adaptive management, as applied tobiodiversity, climate change, and land degradation Experience in evaluating projects Experience working in developing countries in Asia Experience in relevant technical areas for at least 7years Demonstrated understanding of issues related to gender andbiodiversity, climate change, and land degradationexperience in gender responsive evaluation and analysis Excellent communication skills Demonstrable analytical skills Project evaluation/review experience within United Nations system will be considered an asset. Experience with implementing evaluations remotely will be considered an asset. Experience with the GEF Small Grants Programme will be considered an asset. Language Fluency in written and spoken English. Required Skills and Experience Education Bachelor degree in environment, sustainable development, and community-based development or other closely related field

Head of Platform Growth Grabtaxi Pte Ltd
Setuju
2021-09-05

Job Description : Job Description We analyze and grow user demand for Grab, Southeast Asia''s leading online-to-offline services Superapp. Because Grab''s Superapp serves many different business verticals across diverse geographies, our team studies the behaviours of our multi-sided marketplace of consumers, driver-partners and merchants and drives platform growth through all the different channels our users engage with Grab. We work closely with our product and marketing colleagues to design better programs, promotions, content and advertising to bring new users into the Grab ecosystem and find new, better ways to re-engage existing users. Get to know the Role : Responsible for strategizing, implementing, and constantly improving Grab''s growth marketing programs across Grab''s many different businesses - transport, food, groceries, deliveries, financial services and any new businesses we will launch in the future This is a highly quantitative role but also requires a well-rounded and practical understanding of how each of the different growth levers work: from performance marketing, social media, user experience design, promo design, creative and traditional broad media Key responsibilities include: Support Grab business and marketing teams to bring new users into the Grab ecosystem and find new, better ways to re-engage existing users. Work with country marketing heads to achieve user growth targets in each of the geographies that Grab operates Constantly test new thinking, operationalize and scale the best ideas. Then evaluate, learn and optimise again Govern budget-planning and budget allocation across user growth channels and promotion levels - establish investment framework(s), monitor performance and guiding reallocations, treatments and investments when necessary to constantly improve both conversion volumes and cost-of-conversions Socialise and evangelise: help build a consumer-centric ethos in the wider organization by bringing actionable insights into the plan-building process The must haves: Have a habit of finding unusual new ways to look at tired old problems Min Bachelor''s Degree from a reputable University Comfortable with cutting through ambiguity, and enjoys answering complex trade-off questions with no obvious correct answers Fluent in both quantitative and intuitive logic, new analytical techniques and old school common sense At least 6-8 years of marketing experience in a quant-heavy team leadership role, with proven track record of business impact Expert-level knowledge of customer life cycle management and biddable media but also familiar enough with the entire marketing mix - at least enough to know how and when to leverage broad advertising, and when to use micro-segmented channels, and how to unlock potential in owned media (from in-app to customer service) A Natural Techsplainer, you have the ability to cut through technical jargon and simplify sophisticated models in order to drive broad actionability and impact in an organization Start-up attitude - willing to go the extra mile to get things done with a sense of urgency and fill in cross-functional white spaces Proven track record of stakeholder management at senior level (Just as importantly) is a really awesome person who role models The Grab Way. You have the hunger and heart to look for solutions even if the answer is not always easy, the intellectual humility and curiosity to acknowledge that no model we create is so good, it can''t be made better Strong added advantage Senior-level experience in one or more of the following: Management Consulting, Data Analytics, Performance Marketing, CRM/CLM Knowledge of SQL and R is highly preferred Knowledge of Python and other computer languages are a plus Ability to explain complex concepts in digestible ways that speed understanding and adoption Track record of exceeding aggressive - even impossible - growth targets