Community Engagement Officer
The Community Engagement Officer is responsible for providing technical and implementation support for the project that aim to amplifying voices of women’s and girls’ victim and survivor of sexual violence to quality and comprehensive services, under Yayasan Inisiatif Perubahan Akses menuju Sehat (IPAS) Indonesia’s.
Reporting to the Program Manager, the Community Engagement Officer contributes to ensuring the implementation of the specific project, in collaboration with local partners, monitor service delivery progress and other follow up activities in consultation with the Program Manager.
- Participate in project planning thus solid implementation plan is established
- In consultation with the Program Manager, plan and implement project activities. This includes ensuring documentation and reporting of project activity.
- Working closely and coordinate with relevant unit to ensure technical support are provided to project(s). This includes but not limited to advocacy and campaign unit in reference to strategies, activity updates, best practice and resource sharing.
- Maintain regular communication with project partner, civil society movements, and other relevant stakeholders. When deemed necessary, represent Yayasan IPAS Indonesia in relevant networks and events related with the organization’s focus issues.
- Coordinate with M&E unit to ensure monitoring plan is implemented properly and timely. This includes but not limited to gather regular data and information and document those accordingly.
- Support the Project Manager in ensuring accountability of the project. This includes but not limited to complying to organizational regulation on financial management as well as admin and procurement standard, keep the required recording, and generate the required reports.
- Contribute to the development of regular project reporting as per required by the organization as well as funding agencies.
- Understand and practice ethical process and behavior as per the organization’s standard
- Contribute to safe working environment where every team member is treated equally and respectfully
- Ensure facilities that pilot the comprehensive SRH service for women and girls understand and practice ethical process and behavior while in partnership and implement program with Yayasan Ipas Indonesia
- Perform other related duties as required
- Bachelor degree in social science, international relations or public health with 3-5 years of experience in non-government work, particularly in project implementation
- Master’s degree in law, social studies, international relations, or development studies is an advantage.
- Knowledgeable in gender equality and VAW issue and project.
- Good portfolio in advocacy or civil society movement.
- Deep understanding of human rights issues in the country and experience in engagement with law enforcement stakeholders will be an added value.
- Proven analytical thinking skills.
- Fluent in Indonesian (verbal and written communication) and working knowledge of English
- Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office suite
Knowledge & Skills
- Works independently; is an active participant in meeting project and organizational goals
- Articulate, professional and able to communicate in a clear, positive manner with clients and staff
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Strong critical thinking and problem solving skills
- Demonstrated project and organizational skills
- Adaptive with the dynamic ofproject implementation
- Ability to motivate and work well with others
- Ability to work under pressure
- Ability to work successfully in a cross-cultural, team-based, global environment
- Ability to create a supportive working environment amoungst all country staff
Ipas is strongly committed to providing a work environment that is free from all forms of harassment, discrimination, and inequity. We recruit, employ, train, promote, and compensate our personnel without regard to race, age, sex, religion, national origin, color, creed, ancestry, citizenship, caste, ethnicity, regional identity, tribal identity, marital status, veteran status, disability, genetic information, gender identity, transgender status, sexual orientation, or any other personal characteristic protected by law or outlined by Ipas policy. Ipas acknowledges that these personal characteristics may differ in different contexts.
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