C-SAVE Indonesia is a network of civil society organisations collaborating to address violent extremism in Indonesia, the region and globally. To materialise the cooperation between the government and the society, Indonesia civil society organisations agreed to develop a national network called Indonesia Civil Society Against Violent Extremism (C-SAVE) to facilitate and support the emergence of innovative initiatives which will act as catalyst and provide a platform for multi-stakeholder collaboration addressing violent extremism at the local, national, and international levels.
VISION Indonesia free from violent extremism.
MISSION To boost the development of civil society organisations national network countering violent extremism in Indonesia, the region and globally, by (1) enhancing synergy dan collaboration with the government, higher education institutions, the media, and community based organisations; (2) spurring the development of innovative local initiatives and best practices; (3) boosting partnership with international community for wider impacts; (4) and thriving evidence and research based development for policy change and programmatic strategy.
VALUES In meeting the vision and mission, C-SAVE adheres to the following values:
— Fact Based: C-SAVE underlies its views, cooperations and field works based on scientific studies and experience of the members.
— Innovation: C-SAVE explores innovative ideas and approaches that could give add value for wider impact.
— Collaboration: C-SAVE collaboratively works with all members and partners to achieve the best results.
— Inclusiveness: C-SAVE upholds the values of diversity and ensures opportunities are open to all members.
— Integrity: C-SAVE applies the values of integrity which is believed to give the best for our members and the civil society sector.
C-SAVE relies its strategic measures on five integrated program approach, including:
Prevention of violent extremism in society becomes the main agenda of C-SAVE considering the depth and breadth of the challenges facing Indonesia.
2. Enabling Constructive State Responses
The government’s role in the handling violent extremism becomes important when policies, law enforcement and government agencies performance are very influential on the creation of a conducive environment.
3. Disengagement in rehabilitation and post release programming
Intervention through disengagement of the terrorist inmates inside prison and post-release is an integrated strategy to counter violent extremism.
4. Narrative Alternative
Development of alternative narrative becomes important in penetrating the narratives promoted by extremist groups as part of their recruitment and propaganda strategies.
5. Scientific Base
C-SAVE will develop sustainable scientific researches and studies dedicated to policy direction, national strategy and field implementation for maximum impact expected.
SCOPE OF THE POSITION:
Name of Position: C-SAVE Program Officer
Report Directly to: C-SAVE Executive Director
Direct the work of: C-SAVE Program Assistant
Collaborate with: C-SAVE member organisations and partners
MAJOR TASKS AND ACTIVITIES:
Overall Supervision and Coordination
• Oversee overall program management;
• Supervise Program Assistants and support C-SAVE office to achieve the objectives agreed to in grants and contracts of C-SAVE projects;
• Ensure up-to-date information on all aspects of programs and activities;
• Develop and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues in the office;
• Other duties as assigned.
• Plan, execute and monitor program implementation;
• Prepare and review all project-related documents prior to finalisation;
• Ensure compliance with country-level entitlement regulations;
• Prepare monthly project reports for board and project reports for donors;
• Collaborate with the Program Assistant to ensure up-to-date information on all aspects of programs.
• Ensure sub-grant monitoring of local partners of C-SAVE concerning donor policies and procedures.
• Submit project document and information as requested by external audiences for review and approval before release.
• Prepare project reports so that they comply with grant or contract agreements.
• Ensure compliance with all C-SAVE policies and procedures as well as donor rules and regulations, and the timely submission of project reports within the guidelines established by C-SAVE and its donors.
• Strengthen the capacity of the project staff and provide guidance to program and operations teams for project-related activities.
• Contribute to the generation of concept papers and proposals;
• Develop budgets, budget narratives, and other information needed for submission to donors and others for fundraising marketing purposes;
• Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
• Bachelor’s degree and at least three years’ experience in conflict management or in a closely related field.
• Demonstrated experience and skills in project management and monitoring.
• Knowledge of DFAT rules and regulations and other international donors’ rules and regulations would be a plus.
• Good oral and written English language skills.
• Computer literate in the use of word-processing, spreadsheet.
The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, nor be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.
Qualified candidates should submit their CVs and a one-page cover letter in the body of their e-mail stating why they want to work for C-SAVE Indonesia and why you are qualified for this position to: firstname.lastname@example.org noti
ng the job title in the subject
line, “C-SAVE Indonesia Program Officer.”