Yayasan Inisiatif Perubahan Akses menuju Sehat (IPAS) Indonesia, is a local foundation works as affiliation of Ipas global so that women and girls have improved sexual and reproductive health and rights through enhanced access to and use of comprehensive reproductive health care including contraception, as per Indonesia’s Law.
We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Community Access & Mobilization (CAM) Team Leader/Advisor, based in Jakarta.
Position is open for Indonesian nationality only.
This position poses two important roles – firstly, leading and providing technical assistance to community access works to improve demand, change social norms and ensure social support to women and girls. Secondly leading community/civil society mobilization works to advocate for policies and regulations related to women and girls’ rights. The Community Access & Mobilization (CAM) Team Leader/Advisor will lead a team that work in projects related to reproductive healthcare (eg contraceptive care and post abortion care), sexual and gender based violence, climate change. S/he will provide proposal design and technical assistance to develop and grow new projects with community access and mobilization focus.
The (CAM) Team Leader/Advisor contributes to country strategic directions to maximize impact of country programs by supportive innovative access and mobilization projects.
The competencies required to be successful in this position also include a theoretical and practical understanding of community access and mobilization related to SRHR. Ability to translate those into actionable intervention is a must to guide staffs and inform other units in Yayasan IPAS Indonesia project design and implementation.
This position reports to Program Manager/PM, and works closely with Director and other units’ Leader in Yayasan IPAS Indonesia to develop a detailed strategy and workplan aligned with project goals to address SGBV and other Reproductive Justice issues, ensuring that its approaches are consistent and technically effective, evidence based and innovative.
- The CAM team leader will ensure that the design of programs is technically sound and appropriate and effective in improving individual knowledge, fostering changes in social norms, mobilizing community and CSOs for support as well as meeting needs of SGBV survivors and affected communities.
- Develop and implement advocacy strategies for advancing the feminist agenda in Indonesia to hold public office holders and relevant institution actors to account for political change on key issues;
- Provide strategic direction on community engagement and policy advocacy component for Yayasan IPAS Indonesia’s program focusing on on reproductive healthcare (eg contraceptive care and post abortion care), sexual and gender based violence, including intersections with climate crisis
- Provide proposal design and technical assistance to develop and grow new projects with SGBV/RJ focus
- The CAM Team Lead/Advisor serves as the team leader for all projects on CAM, with strong emphasis on the aspects of Community Engagement and Policy Advocacy as main or cross cutting issues. S/he will lead and coordinate multiple projects, with the support of his/her team member and other unit within Yayasan IPAS Indonesia
- Provide technical leadership advice and guidance to on-going program on SGBV, Reproductive healthcare (eg contraceptive care and post abortion care) – including intersections with climate crisis and new programs ensuring high quality and donor responsive Programming, including support to develop technical reports, assessments, trainings etc.
- Provide overall support to Yayasan IPAS’s country programs for improving the capacity to provide support that is responsive to the needs of women and girls, vulnerable groups and survivors of sexual/gender based violence and/ climate-induced disasters.
- Develop and manage SGBV & Climate crisis focused projects’ workplans, including reviewing the workplans regularly to ensure tasks and milestones are being achieved in timely manner
- Take an active part in the project issue/risk management process by contributing to the identification and prioritization of existing and potential issues and risk and assist in developing strategies and control to mitigate these
- Prepare programmatic reports for timely submission to the donor in coordination with Project Officers, Finance Manager, Program Manager and Director
- Provide technical guidance to the project and its partners to increase social support, knowledge, self-efficacy related to SRHR, specially for sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) Reproductive healthcare (eg contraceptive care and post abortion care) – including intersections with climate crisis women and girls, vulnerable groups, survivors and other community/local stakeholders
- Provides technical support for developing social and behavior change strategy that supports for women, girls
- Oversee the development of impactful and timely policy documents including briefings, position papers, reports and recommendations to relevant government agencies and institutions;
- Support technical input to various assessment related to CAM program, including design of formative assessments and monitoring evaluation following user-centered design principles and processes.
- Support MEAL team to develop and design M&E Plan using feminist approach for the program and/ projects
- Ensure that the CAM program has appropriate, relevant, and up-to-date materials, tools, resources, and templates for documenting and monitoring its activities at country office and field levels
- Supports Program Manager by preparing internal reports: internal semesterly and annual progress report, and ensuring that Monitoring & Evaluation data is reflected sufficiently in these reports
- Collaborates with the Monitoring Evaluation and Learning unit in reference to Monitoring & Evaluation tools, database management, research publications, and reports.
- Follows up with project team regarding IEC materials and sub recipients/grantee monthly reports
- Support Program Manager, Develop detailed budget plan for CAM Program/projects activities. This includes ensuring budget plan and its implementation comply with Yayasan Ipas Indonesia’s regulation
- Coordinate with the finance team to monitor Budget vs Actual (BvA) performance under her/his responsibility. This includes the performance of external consultant
- Collaborate with the Program Manager on conducting regular monitoring of balance between program achievement and budget utilization
- Contribute to financial reports for timely submission to the donor in coordination with Project Officers, Finance Manager, Program Manager and Director
HR & Administration
- Understand and comply with the HR regulation in Yayasan IPAS Indonesia
- Supervise CAM team and collaborate with other teams in Yayasan IPAS Indonesia for a successful implementation of CAM Program/projects
- Ensure all activities comply with the regulation in Yayasan IPAS Indonesia
- Perform other related duties as required
- Masters in relevant field (gender equity, social development, human rights) with more than 10 years of working experience in development project and has served in senior technical expert roles for more than 4 years
- Proven experience in project management and managing team
- Experience working in a non-profit organization.
- Deep knowledge of feminist agenda and Reproductive rights issues with orientation towards improving the space for women bodily autonomy
- Ability to influence, strengthen and nurture network civil society organizations and social movement
- Fluent in English and Indonesian (speaking and writing)
- Ability to manage resources (people and finance)
- 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
- Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office suite
- Ability to travel when needed.
How to apply
Please sent your application by email to [email protected], and indicating the name of the position you are applying as the subject of the email.
Applications shall include a cover letter, CV and copy of educational certificates obtained.
Application shall be sent by 12 January 2024, at the latest.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.