Organizational Structuring Consultant Job Vacancies

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Article 33 Indonesia is a policy research institute for inclusive development issues. Article 33 Indonesia has produced various research in the areas of: (a) regulatory mapping and regulatory framework; (b) education; (c) village development and 3T area management of natural resources (SDA); (d) health; (e) forestry; and (f) population. Apart from research, Article 33 Indonesia has also provided various policy development assistance for relevant governments and built networks with various relevant civil society organizations.

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The Organizational Structuring Consultant will support Article 33 Indonesia in compiling, reviewing, evaluating, revising and finalizing the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) in Article 33 Indonesia based on organizational needs. The Organizational Structuring Consultant will work together with the management team and the Article 33 Indonesia program team.


The position of Organizational Structuring Consultant will be responsible to the Executive Director, Finance Manager and Program Manager. This position has responsibility for managing the organization through the development of SOPs that cover the following scope:

  1. Mapping the currently available Indonesian SOP Article 33;
  2. Do desk review SOPs are available and provide input based on organizational needs, this includes providing clarification by establishing regular discussions with the management team and the Article 33 Indonesia program;
  3. Evaluating the Indonesian Article 33 SOP based on organizational needs, this includes providing SOP proposals that can be added and/or reduced;
  4. Update the SOP based on the results of the joint evaluation and prepare a new SOP (if necessary).


  1. Bachelor's degree or above in a relevant field, for example psychology or management;
  2. Minimum two (2) years of work experience managing an organization, especially developing organizational SOPs non-profit;
  3. Have experience in mapping, reviewing, evaluating and updating SOPs based on organizational needs;
  4. Knowledge of the issues that are the focus of Article 33 Indonesia's work will be an added value;
  5. Willing to work both independently and with a team with a flexible schedule, and uphold the principles and policies of Article 33 Indonesia.


Article 33 Indonesia is an institution that opens equal opportunities for everyone. Applicants may not be discriminated against because of race, religion, gender, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, color and/or marital status.

Applicants with Disabilities: Article 33 Indonesia accommodates applicants with disabilities, where applicants with disabilities who meet the requirements can participate in the application process. Please notify us in writing of any special requirements at the time of application.

Applications must include the following attached documents:

  1. Motivation Letter (no more than 1 page);
  2. CV;
  3. Send a portfolio of SOPs that have been created.

Applications can be sent via email at the latest Monday, 04 October 2021 to: and cc to