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Project Manager Gen G

Lokasi:
Jakarta, with extensive travel to project sites (West Java, East Java, South Sulawesi and National Level)
Status Pekerjaan:
Full-Time
Lamaran Ditutup:
15-Mei-2022 17:00

Recruitment of Generation Gender (Gen G) Project Manager

Post:Gen Gender Project Manager
Specific requirement:Eligible for Indonesian nationality only
Report to:Head of Program and Indirectly to the Country Representative
Team members:2
Implementing partners:5 and 8 small grant initiatives
Other program to coordinate with:PMEL, Communication Team, HR, Finance and Procurement team
Duty station:Jakarta, with extensive travel to project sites (West Java, East Java, South Sulawesi and National Level)
Contract duration:1-year full time with possible extension towards the end of project
Language:Indonesian English – advance (speak, read, write, listen)

A. About Rutgers Indonesia

Rutgers Indonesia is a not-for-profit organization that has been working in Indonesia since 1997.  Our work focusing on advancing the fulfilment of sexual and reproductive health rights for adolescents and young people, and the elimination of gender-based violence.  Together with our partners, we develop intervention models to increase knowledge and strengthen systems that promote, uphold, and fulfil human rights.  We develop comprehensive sexual and reproductive health education and services for adolescents and young people.  Together with our partners, we innovate to engage boys and men in the elimination of gender and sexuality-based violence.   

To ensure sustainable changes, we join efforts with key actors in non-government sectors, faith-based organizations, and professional associations, to strengthen the Government of Indonesia’s efforts to combat violence against women and children.  Most importantly, we partner with young people to address issues that matters in their lives.         

B. About Generation Gender (Gen G) Project

The five years program that expected to see: Indonesian gender-just and violence-free society that are inclusive and supportive to youth (men, women and other intersectional groups). It is expected that Indonesian society has sufficient awareness and mindset about gender justice and GBV prevention, to be more open and inclusive to youth, providing more safe spaces and access to resources and assistance. The expectations are the ultimate outcome which will be supported by three long term outcomes; Public Support for gender justice and GBV prevention, gender transformative and youth inclusive Public Policies, and strong civil societies that are gender transformative.

C. About the post

Since the previous PM has been promoted to be Head of Program, so that to ensure that Gen G Project will continue delivering high quality advocacy and implementation, Gen G is hiring a talented person to perform the role of Gen G Project Manager (Gen G PM). The post holder is responsible for ensuring that the Gen G Project achieves its goals and specific objectives.  In order to do so, the Gen G PM is expected to establish a program strategy that ensures high quality effective advocacy, research, campaign and the development of young people as partners, and manage the successful implementation of this strategy through mechanisms that uphold strong partnership and a positive and affirming working environment. 

This ToR is developed to guide Rutgers WPF Indonesia team to hire talent that fits with the requirement of Gen G Project Manager, within the set time frame.  Detailed description of this position is described in the next part of this ToR.

Ensuring high quality implementation of programs

  • Ensure program are implemented according to ToC and logical framework developed by the Global and Indonesian Consortium.   
  • Establish and maintain mechanisms to support the project implementation of site implementer team, which interpretates as but is not limited to: quality checking, target monitoring, accountability, and analyze output and outcome results.
  • Backstop issues related with field work which include advising on resolving issues around partnership with intervention team (e.g. others SGBV projects in NGOs, donor agency, local government and national level) 
  • During field work, assist Gen G partners in establishing communication channels and partnerships with key stakeholders at national level.

Ensure Gen G implements effective and measurable advocacy work

  • Work with implementing partners and other Rutgers WPF programs, especially Power to Youth and Right Here Right Now#2, to translate implementation work and its research findings into advocacy tools e.g., position papers and policy briefs.
  • Advise implementing partners team to update the map of advocacy opportunities on SGBV and youth engagement at subnational and national level.
  • Establishment of advocacy strategy and priorities, ensure regular review of strategy, and improvement to achieve objectives and goals.  This position also serves as ‘clearing-house’ for all policy information, the focal point to distribute to appropriate individuals, and coordinate responsive activity.
  • In collaboration with implementing partners and local government, maintain partnerships among Gen G key stakeholders at subnational and national level.
  • In collaboration with other team in Rutgers Indonesia, represent the program and organization in ASRH and SGBV alliances and other advocacy work.
  • Provide technical advice and support to Gen G program on the adoption of the Gender Transformative Approach (GTA) by the SRHR and SGBV program.
  • In collaboration with other team in Rutgers Indonesia, build the capacity among intervention partners to conduct advocacy.
  • Establish and facilitate dialogue between implementing partners and central level stakeholders, to understand implementation results, its research, findings, and potential adoption in public policies.
  • Work with Rutgers Indonesia country office’s communication team to develop and strategize stakeholder engagement on SGBV issues, GTA, Meaningful Youth and Inclusive Participation (MIYP). Track the activities of policymakers and research policy issues in order to draft reports and keep the organization up to date (with a more substantive angle, while as the Comms team would mostly be from a public communications angle)

Maintaining effective partnership

  • Establish and oversee mechanism to update Gen G implementing partners.   
  • Lead the implementation of regular national program partner meeting.
  • Create technical assistance for capacity building of partners, local government and other relevant stakeholders.

Ensuring continued development and management of high performing program

  • Prepare, execute, and report activities according to annual implementation plan at Rutgers Indonesia office.    
  • Ensure all Gen G activities utilize program budget in the plan, and follow the financial regulation, standard, and procedure in Rutgers Indonesia.

Together with management team to lead the strategy to hire and recruit the consultants.  Monitor and evaluate performance of consultants, when needed and in term of substantive of SGBV

Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation

  • Lead the development of annual plan, regular review, and revision.
  • Ensure the overall quality of program implementation which include but not limited to:
  • Design and lead the implementation of a structured and regular monitoring mission to Gen G implementing partners in intervention area.
  • Provide technical assistance on program management to the implementing partners
  • Collaborate with PMEL team to design and conduct internal evaluation, be part of its implementation which include facilitating participatory evaluation with key stakeholders, analysis process and completion of the annual report.

Skills and Behavior

  • Have a strong gender equality and justice perspective and behaviors,
  • Familiarize with ethics and code of conducts of child protection policy, fraud, and sexual harassment prevention,
  • Hold self-accountability in making decision, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role-modelling Rutgers Indonesia values.
  • Build and maintain effective partnership with team members, colleagues, and partners.

D. Requirements

  1. Excellent project management skills and experience of managing complex projects with multiple international partners, preferably experience of managing advocacy and/or research projects,
  2. Proven experience of advocacy with existing relevant networks such as feminist, women organizations, gender-based violence prevention activist, feminist media, parliament mechanism, men organization a strong asset,
  3. Proven track record in working with youth-based organizations/young feminist, working on youth-inclusive policies.
  4. Proven experience in qualitative research with experience of participatory methods a strong asset, and quantitative is a strong asset,
  5. Experience in preparing monitoring reports for international donors,
  6. Experience of line management of staff, experience of remote management an asset, mentoring and coaching of partners and staffs, and developing high-performance teams.
  7. Excellent interpersonal, communication and diplomatic skills. Proven leadership and strategic thinking skills. Experience working with high level global stakeholders and academics.
  8. Commitment to Rutgers’ central approaches of meaningful youth participation and a positive Rights Based Approach, and Gender Transformative approach,
  9. Fluency in English both oral and written is a MUST.

Additional suggestions based on Generation G’s core pathways:

  • Familiarity with policy research methodology and analytics
  • Ability to write clearly and convincingly, adapting style/content to different audiences
  • Demonstrated ability to use knowledge management strategies to promote effective decision-making, and a coherent approach to policy making, and intra/inter-organizational collaboration, applies knowledge, information, and best practices from within and outside of Rutgers Indonesia

E. Terms of employment

The appointment is a full-time position of 40 hours per week. Rutgers offers a one-year contract with possibility of extension. The post holder will be based at Rutgers Indonesia office in Jakarta with frequent travel to the intervention area.

F. Timeline

Expected to submit the advertisement during 26th of April – 15th of May 2022. Shortlist and interview process during week 3 or 4 of May 2022 and the position is expected on board in the beginning of June 2022.   

G. How to Apply

Please send a motivation letter and CV to Rutgers Indonesia recruitment: recruitment@rutgers.id, with the subject of PM GEN-G [Your Name], by 5PM on May 15th, 2022. Rutgers Indonesia will do shortlist when we receive suitable candidates.

Candidates should also include and a link to original products/reports written in English.

Rutgers Indonesia is an organization that enforces a code of ethics to prevent fraud and violence against women and children. Tracing of records of violations will be carried out carefully.

We do not appreciate receipt of any commercial correspondence through the channels listed for the purposes of replying to this advertisement.

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