ThinkWell Global is a health systems development organization that is in a major growth phase. Determined to transcend the status quo, ThinkWell was founded in 2011 to provide bold, creative, and practical solutions to helping low- and middle-income countries achieve universal health coverage.
While our core area of work is health financing, we take a “whole-of-systems” approach, specializing in five practice areas that intersect with health financing: governance, human resources for health, private sector, public financial management, and research and evaluation.
ThinkWell Indonesia is in the early stages of registering as an international NGO and establishing an office in Jakarta. Once this is completed Thinkell will provide technical assistance to the government to improve access, quality and coverage of high quality services for family planning and maternal and child health.
Over the next 6 months ThinkWell will build partnerships with government agencies such as BPJS-K, MoH and university research organizations to conduct research that will inform policy and implementation of specific services under JKN.
ThinkWell’s intention is to develop a small, highly competent team in Indonesia that is flexible and responsive to our partners and to growing our portfolio of projects in Indonesia.
The main operations team is based in Washington DC, USA. All operational, financial management systems, HR systems are managed from Washington, country level offices are required to coordinate and establish the same systems to function at a local country level.
The Administration and Operations Coordinator position will be responsible all administrative functions, financial management and reporting, Human Resources and general operations support to the Country Director, the Senior Policy Analyst and other technical staff that will be recruited in the next few months.
The role will require close coordination with the operations team in Washington and work closely with the Country Director.
Reporting to: Country Director
The Operations Coordinator will undertake the following roles and responsibilities:
Financial management 40%
Office Management 10%
Act as liaison between Washington, DC staff/IT vendor to manage IT equipment
Human Resources 10%
Sub Contracts and Vendors 10%
Competencies and Skills
The role requires a mid level mature individual who is competent in financial management and mid level operational functions. The individual will be a core part of a small team most of who will be located or working closely with government partners.