Plan is an international humanitarian, child-focused development organization without religious, political or governmental affiliation. Plan’s vision is a world in which all children realize their full potential in societies that respect people’s rights and dignity. Plan Indonesia started to operate in Indonesia on 1969.
Due to organizational new Child Protection and Participation department for Down to Zero: Fighting Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) Project, Plan Indonesia is looking for dynamic staff to be based in Country Office ( Jakarta ) for the position:
CSEC Project Manager – Contract Based
Typical Responsibilities – Key End Results of Position
Key Result Area (KRA) 1: Manages coordination of program progress and updates; communication; sharing and learning between Plan Indonesia, Terres de Hommes Indonesia and ECPAT Indonesia.
Indicator for success:Program progress and updates between Alliance members and well-coordinated.Alliance’s activities and member’s strengths in achieving the goal of program are well coordinated through regular communication, sharing and learning to alliance members.A good and constructive relationship among the Alliance members are established.
KRA 2: Leads the process of developing an implementation plan of DtZ program with detail activities, operational processes and budget for field level implementation in the selected areas.
Indicator for success:Project implementation plan is developed and approved before implementation starts; Annual plans and budgets of all projects are finalized and approved; necessary revision is done and approval ensured.
KRA 3: In coordination with M&E Officer, ensures development of M&E framework, including child/youth participatory M&E, to support comprehensive and quality monitoring of the project performance at community, partner and country level following corporate guide line of Plan and donor agencies.
Indicators for success:Approved M&E framework is in place before implementation starts, including child/youth participatory M&E ;Project MIS is developed/established to generate information for monitoring and management decisions
KRA 4: Supports project managers at the local CSO Partners in overcoming operational constrains to ensure smooth implementation and to achieve agreed burn rate of the project budget
Indicators for success:Operational constrained are identified through monitoring visits and regular communication with the local CSO partners and alliance’s members.Required support channelled from internal and external environment as required; At least 90% burn rate of annual project budget is ensured in a consistent manner throughout the year
KRA 5: Establishes quality donor reporting system for grants projects by providing guidance, setting protocols and building capacity of the relevant project staff and local CSO partner staffs.
Indicators for success:Project reports to donors meets quality standards in terms of language and fed with appropriate field information Project reports meets donors deadlines
KRA 6: Establishes learning from project experience/evaluation and sharing from other alliance members, contributes to the development of the updated Alliance’s Theory of Change and the development of Plan Indonesia’s project implementation plan (activities and budget) for the upcoming year.
Indicators for success:Organizational learning protocol for projects is established by specifying the roles and responsibility and deliverables of the project team and among alliance’s members; Learning from the project and sharing from other alliance members are incorporated in the specified decision making process for new project or strategy ;Updated Theory of Change and project implementation plan (activities and budget) are prepared, finalized and approved.
KRA 7: Represents Plan in advocating the Down to Zero program’s objectives to the relevant government agencies; establishing and maintaining networks at national, provincial and district level to support incorporating global standard and learning into the projects
Indicators for success:Issues for advocacy from the projects are identified; advocacy processes and protocols designed in consultation with concerned program advisors and ensured approval from Country Directors.Plan has access in the identified government offices for collaboration and promoting its agenda.
KRA 8: Provides basis for development of competent workforces for the projects by planning and supervising the deliverables of direct reports, training and motivating of project staff
Indicators for success:IAP PEA processes are completed in time for the project staff members; Team works are visible across the project implementation works.Staff capacity building processes are initiated on time as per Plan Employee Appraisal Policy and Process; Project staff capacity is enhanced. Periodical review and discussion with the staff are done for improvement in the staff performance.
Requirements: Masters in Social Sciences, Sociology, Development Studies, International Affairs, Law or other relevant field with 5-7 years of experience in both Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) issues project management especially on institutional funding such as USAID, DFAT, European Union, etc. Experience in Community-Based Child Protection (CBCPM) and Theory of Change is an advantage. Women candidates are encouraged to apply.
Experience in representational roles, Experience in promoting and developing learning in the area of expertise, Demonstrated experience working with local governments, Experience developing and writing proposals and reporting
Good knowledge and skills: Communication skills, analytical and conceptual thinking, Building and managing teams, networking, marketing, leadership, crisis management, human resource management, problem solving, negotiation skills
Fluent both Indonesia and English (oral and written)
Range Salary : IDR 11,550,000 – 16,500,000,-
All applications will be treated in confidence. Only short-listed candidates will be notified and invited for interviews. Please submit your letter of application and detailed curriculum vitae in English by email not later than February 12, 2015 to: HRD.Indonesia@plan-
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Plan is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified women are encouraged to apply. As an international child-centered development organization, Plan does not tolerate child abuse. If you would like to know more about Plan International please visit our website at http://www.plan-indonesia.org or www.facebook.com/