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Millennium Challenge Account Indonesia

Reducing Poverty through Economic Growth

Finance & Investment Manager

The Republic of Indonesia and the United States of America, acting through the Millennium
Challenge Corporation (MCC) entered into a Millennium Challenge Compact on November 19, 2011.
The Millennium Challenge Account-Indonesia (MCA-Indonesia) is a Trustee Institution established by
the Government of Indonesia to act as its designee in supervising and managing the implementation
of the five-year US$ 600 million MCC Compact Program in Indonesia. The MCA-Indonesia has been
fully operational since April 2013.

MCA-Indonesia is looking for a qualified and dynamic
Finance & Investment Manager

Position Objective:
The Manager will assist the Associate Director for the establishment, implementation and operation
of the Green Prosperity (GP) Finance Facility.

Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Assist the Associate Director in the preparation of terms of reference for the Finance Facility
Manager(s) and implementing entity agreement(s).
2. Prepare, discuss, execute and monitor contractual relationship with the GP Finance Facility
Manager (FFM), and any other partnering or contractual arrangements with banks or other
financial services providers that may be necessary to carry out the GP Facility Activity.
3. Develop and execute the operation manual and monitors compliance of the finance facility
toward manual and facilitating approval from MCC and MCA-I management for amendments to
those manuals as appropriate.
4. Assist the Associate Director in developing and overseeing commercial facility for GPs
investments in renewable energy, agriculture, forestry, fisheries, and natural resource
management (NRM) sector.
5. Responsible for ensuring GP Finance Facility is executed in consistency with relevant Indonesian
laws and regulations and Compact requirements.
6. Works together with the Manager of Project Development and Oversight (PDO) and PDO/PF
team to establish and operationalize the Project Preparation Facility (PPF) and coordinate
relevant components of that facility, particularly with respect to the potential pipeline of
investment opportunities being prepared for approval.
7. Assist the Associate Director to report and discuss potential investment and commercial scheme
to Investment Committee.
8. Works closely with the staff of PPF and GPFF Manager to develop a sound portfolio investment
strategy across the renewable energy, sustainable agriculture and forestry and natural resource
management (NRM) sectors and closely monitors the preparation and execution.
9. Coordinate with the PPF and GPFF Manager to examine investment opportunities qualitatively
(business strategy of project sponsor and industry outlook) and quantitatively (projected
financial statements, investment scheme) and conducts independent research when necessary.
10. Reviews, and when appropriate advises on, the type and scheme of financing (grant, loan,
equity) and deal structures arranged by GPFF Manager(s) to verify transactions adhere to GP

requirements and foster effective and sustainable GP investments, including appropriate debt
and equity ratios which reflect the benefits of taking risk in investing in a particular project. e
11. Reviews, and when appropriate advises on, the risk management policy, tools and practices put
in place by the GPFF Manager(s) to identify, evaluate, mitigate, and monitor the financial risk of
GP investments.
12. Analyze financial risk activities across GP investment portfolio, assiste the Associate Director to
provide key inputs to the Investment Committee, and advises on any potential financial risks to
the sustainability of GP investment portfolio.
13. Reports progress and the work of the GP Finance Facility to the Associate Director, drawing on
PMC reporting tools and resources as necessary.
14. Works with the Environment and Social Performance Director to ensure that all activities adhere
to the principles articulated in the Environment and Social Management System (ESMS)
Framework and that GP-funded investments comply with the detailed guidance provided in Tier
2 of the ESMS.
15. Works with the Social and Gender Director to ensure that all activities are undertaken in
accordance with the Social and Gender Integration Plan and promote the active participation of
women and vulnerable groups.
16. Works with the Chief Economist and Monitoring & Evaluation Director to ensure implementation
of the GP Finance Facility Activity supports the core economic and poverty reduction objectives
of the GP Project.
17. Works with the Monitoring and Evaluation Director to help monitor and periodically update the
economic logic, key assumptions, and performance indicators associated with the GP Finance
Facility Activity.
18. Performs other tasks as may be identified by the Associate Director during the course of
Compact Program.


1. Education, experience and technical competencies:
Advanced degree in Finance, Business, Investment Management, Accounting, Economics,
MBA or other related professional qualification
Preferably holds level 1 (one) or higher CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) charter degree
Experience in investment banking, corporate banking, insurance, securities, or private
equity fund, preferably from corporate finance or investment banking background
Have experience analyzing, managing and/or overseeing investment portfolios and/or
transactions, preferably in green growth sectors such as renewable energy, sustainable
agriculture and forestry, and natural resource management.
Demonstrated experience structuring and negotiating the financing of infrastructure
investments using debt, equity and/or other financial instruments
Ability to work effectively with senior level representatives in financial services industry, as
well as other private sector, government, and civil society stakeholders
Experience working with legal and financial authorities in developing and preparing lending
agreements, legal documents and prospectuses
Familiar with risk management techniques related to investment or financing of
infrastructure projects, such as regulatory risk, management risk, demand risk, financial risk
and returns, and other related investment risks.
Excellent spoken and written English and Bahasa Indonesia.

2. Personal attributes and competencies:
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and demonstratedability to effectively
interact and collaborate with people/peers in multidisciplinary teams as well as work across
departments, divisions and institutions.
Excellent team building and facilitation skills.
Demonstrated management experience and business acumen.
Excellent management and supervisory skills with the ability to supervise small to medium
size teams of staff and consultants.
Good in personal organization, planning and priority setting. Demonstrated flexibility and
capable of managing a variety of tasks with minimal supervision.
Values the continuous improvement and learning, and committed to mentoring and
coaching of staff.

Terms and Conditions:
We will provide competitive remuneration commensurate with skills and experience.
The duty station will be at MCA-Indonesia Office in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Application Process:
The position is open until the candidate is identified.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Interested and qualified candidates are invited to send a letter of interest highlighting the
suitability for and the potential contribution to the position, a detailed CV and contact details
for three referees to
Please indicate the position and the job code in the email subject line.