Thursday, October 6, 2016

RARE Vacancy - Indonesia Portfolio Manager (Jakarta)

Job description
This position also has an enterprise-wide, global function in developing the required strategies, analytics, and toolkits for other country teams to source and manage market-facing enterprises successfully through to fruition. The successful candidate will be responsible for the following work-streams:
  • While developing the investment portfolio and related market-facing initiatives, key responsibilities will include:
  • Build alliances with key private sector actors in fishery value chains to establish productive commercial linkages between small-scale fisher and farming communities with seafood and agricultural processors;
  • Develop and manage regional advisory bodies of stakeholders representing industry, government, and the NGO sectors to promote and advocate for conditions enabling small and medium enterprise (SME) propagation;
  • Oversee in-country staff and consultants to identify emerging opportunities and implement value chain interventions, to improve supply chain management, product quality, and to optimize economic impact on livelihoods and resources sustainability;
  • Provide strategic leadership and technical assistance to country operations, financial management and capacity building of local fishing and farming organizations;
  • Analyze innovative financial mechanisms to infuse capital into Rare’s sustainable markets work, such as Social Impact Bonds, Green Bonds, and crowd funding.
  • As the Meloy Fund comes online, key responsibilities will include:
  • Identify, cultivate and execute a pipeline of fresh investment opportunities for the Meloy Fund;
  • Build an exhaustive network of relationships including corporate, entrepreneur, NGO, academic, investor – all involved with Private Sector Development;
  • Conduct investment processes including investment evaluations and analyses; thorough due diligence; and structure and execute investments;
  • Prepare, present, and maintain detailed and compelling investment documentation for Meloy Fund’s Investment Committee, and Board of Directors;
  • Develop and implement a post-investment management strategy to add significant value to investee companies, including social and environmental impact;
  • Developing close contact with Meloy Fund investees, including representing the fund on portfolio company boards;
  • Design and evaluate key metrics to measure the environmental, social and financial returns on investments;
  • Develop long-term relationships with external stakeholders including funders, advisors, thought leaders, sector and functional experts to provide business development and strategic post-investment management across the fund’s portfolio.

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