The Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesian Studies is looking for a Program Assistant to work on its Jakarta-based programs.
ACICIS coordinates three short course professional ‘practicum’ programs for Australian and other international students in Jakarta each year. Aimed at non-Indonesian language students from a range of disciplines, these programs are designed to build on students’ academic knowledge through two weeks of language learning and lectures (hosted at Atma Jaya University), complemented by a four-week internship in Jakarta’s professional sector.
The three programs include: The Journalism Professional Practicum (JPP); The Development Studies Professional Practicum (DSPP); and our newest offering in 2015, the Business Professional Practicum (BPP). The three programs will run concurrently in 2015, between January 2 and February 14, 2015.
This is an entry-level position and would suit a recent graduate of a local university, with an interest in International Relations, the Australia-Indonesia business relationship, Journalism, Development Studies, English literature, education or cultural diplomacy.
The position is on contract for six months, running from the 1st of September to the 1st of March, 2015, split between a part- and full-time “phases”.
Applicants should have completed a bachelor’s degree from an Indonesian university, with a sound academic record in a related discipline such as international relations, business, communications, politics, or English. For more information about this position, including the application process, please see the full position description. Applications close on the 14th of July.