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Monday, July 31, 2017

ILO Vacancy No.2017-012: National Project Coordinator, Women in STEM Workforce Readiness Program, ILO Jakarta

ILO is looking for a suitable candidate for the position of National Project Coordinator based in Jakarta. More details are as follows:

 
Vacancy No:
 
JAKARTA/2017/012
 
Date: 
 
27 July 2017
 
Position title:
 
National Project Coordinator
 
Deadline for application:
 
09 August 2017
 
Programme title:
 
Women in STEM Workforce Readiness Program
 
Organization unit:
 
CO- Jakarta
 
Grade:
 
NO-A
 
Duty Station: 
 
Jakarta, Indonesia
 
Contract type:
 
Fixed-term
 
 
 
 
Duration:
 
12 months
 
Expected starting date:
 
  1 September 2017
        
For any questions related to this post, please contact: – Ms. Hermawaty Misnan, HR/Admin Assistant, CO Indonesia and Timor Leste, hermawaty@ilo.org
 
Background
Women in STEM-related industries across Southeast Asia face a variety of challenges that reduce entry, retention and advancement in these industries.  First, for a variety of reasons fewer women tend to enter the vocational training programmes related to these sectors.  Second, those that do often face challenges of placement vis a vis their male counterparts, due to gender bias in the hiring processes of firms.  Once within firms, women employees in these industries are typically faced with challenges both within their firms and from societal expectations, resulting in a higher tendency to drop out higher rates than males.  And finally, they often are overlooked in terms of career advancement, at both the lower levels and with regard to their moving into senior managerial roles.  In general, there are a paucity of tools and approaches that systematically address these shortcomings in the STEM-related labour markets of the region. 
 
The ILO’s Women in STEM Workforce Readiness Program will attempt to address these issues, coupling demand-led technical STEM skills and employability and enterprise-level leadership training to transition: 1) underprivileged female secondary or post-secondary TVET graduates into sustainable entry-level STEM positions with career prospects; 2) under-employed women in STEM-related fields upgrade their skills to move up to mid-level STEM employment; and 3) mid-level women working in STEM fields into leadership/managerial roles.
 
Working in the Automotive sector in Indonesia – these efforts will develop and institutionalize industry tools that will be integrated into the training programmes and human resource practices of training institutions supporting and firms in STEM-related industries.  The project will seek to strengthen linkages between private sector firms in STEM sectors, social partner institutions and vocational training centres to ensure greater opportunity through higher entry, retention and advancement of women workers in STEM related positions.
 
Position
The NPC (National Project Coordinator) will work under the direct supervision of the ILO Country Office Director, and will report to the Technical Officer supporting the project in the DWT based in Bangkok.
 
S/he will also work in close collaboration with the Specialist on Skills and Employability and Specialist on Enterprise Development in the DWT based in Bangkok.
 
The NPC is responsible for project administration and implementation of all project activities. S/he will work closely with project partners to implement the project activities. S/he should be familiar with ILO standards, policies and programmes on skills and employability and enterprise development in order to better understand the requirements of the project and direct in-country project activities.
 
Duties and responsibilities
  1. Review and analyse the country’s specific development plans and priorities, socioeconomic data, reports and other relevant information. Identify potential technical cooperation areas and provide written analysis on the findings to the Country Director.
  2. Work in close collaboration with government, workers’ and employers’ organizations, target beneficiaries and national actors to design and revise project annual work plans as well as preparation of the budget proposal, considering different approaches and alternative methods, management, problem identification and problem resolution, especially for the parts of the Project supporting the institutional and capacity development of constituents, government agencies, line ministries, and social partners.
  3. Review, verify and analyze work plans, progress and final reports and other data for clarity, consistency and completeness and monitor the progress of Project activities. Follow-up on delayed documents, clarify information, and answer questions about clearance and processing requirements to support successful completion of agreed activities.
  4. Follow-up with relevant technical officers with counterparts in organizations and line ministries at national level, partner and executing agencies, government offices, constituents and in other organizations to expedite implementation and meet targets.
  5. Assist in the programming and control of resources of the project, prepare budget estimates and expenditure forecasts by analysing and monitoring situation of resources as compared to planned activities and making recommendations for remedial action. Identify problems, propose solutions and actions.
  6. Provide programming and administrative support to cooperation activities in the area of skills development and enterprise development.
  7. Participate in the preparation and conduct of conferences, seminars, workshops, training sessions, and consultative meetings. Speak on behalf of the Project when attending these gatherings alone. Undertake missions to project sites independently or accompanying others.
  8. Brief ILO specialists, project experts, associate experts and visiting officials and provide relevant information on project matters. Draft, edit, or translate into local language official correspondence, statements and speeches and other public information materials.
  9. Lead in the preparation of briefs, background information, technical reports and periodic progress reports and statistical data on status of the overall activities of the Project.
  10. Perform other duties as may be assigned by the Country Director.

 
Education       First level university degree in development studies, business or economics or a related discipline.
 
Experience    At least two years of professional experience at the national level in the area of project management, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. Familiarity with the ILO and its work with tri-partite partners will be an advantage.  Knowledge of training, in particular in the areas of technical skills development, business skills training and staff development at the corporate level.  Familiarity with the automotive sector and stakeholders will be an advantage.
 
Languages      Excellent English and Bahasa Indonesia in speaking and writing   
 
Competencies:
  1. Knowledge of programme and budget, project administration and evaluation concepts and procedures and of the mandate and structure of labour market institutions in Indonesia
  2. Knowledge of the office’s financial rules and regulations
  3. Good knowledge of the context and challenges for the project areas of expertise
  4. Strong analytical skills and ability to justify requirements and approaches to problem resolution and good drafting skills
  5. Good ability to interpret project information and to identify and analyze problems with implementation
  6. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Ability to clarify information
  7. Demonstrate collaborative and team work experience and ability to work effectively with a multicultural and interdisciplinary team as well as work on his/her own initiative
  8. Ability to work independently, quickly, precisely, and take initiative and responsibility
  9. Ability to work under pressure and to meet the deadline
  10. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel, web-browsers and database applications
  11. Ability to deal with people with tact and diplomacy
  12. Shares knowledge – Shares important or relevant knowledge and information formally (e.g. workshops, seminars) or informally (e.g. conversations with colleagues); promotes knowledge transfer.
 
Nationality -  Indonesian
Written Examination and Interview Prospective candidates will be required to sit in a written examination and take part in an interview.
 
Application: Qualified women and men are encouraged to apply. Only qualified candidates will be notified. Please submit application indicating the Vacancy Announcement Number along with your CV, 3 references and other supporting documents:
 
INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE
 
Only qualified candidates will be notified.
 
The ILO promotes opportunities for women and men to obtain decent and productive employment in conditions of freedom, equity, security and human dignity

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