ISEAN Advocacy and Resource Mobilisation Officer-Jakarta

ISEAN-Hivos-GF-R10-HIV/AIDSEoI Number: IHP2016-002Issuance Date: 12.10.2016 ISEAN Advocacy and Resource Mobilisation Officer (ARMO)under
the “Strengthening community systems to reduce vulnerability to and impact of
HIV infection on MSM and TG in Insular Southeast Asia”. REQUEST
 The Islands of Southeast Asia
Network on Male and Transgender Sexual Health (ISEAN) and the Humanist
Institute for Co-operation with Developing Countries (Hivos) jointly
implemented the ISEAN Hivos Program supported by Global Fund Round 10. This
program has the main goal of reducing the risks, vulnerability and impact of
HIV and AIDS on the lives of MSM and transgender people in Island Southeast
Asian Nations. It intends to address critical gaps in supporting and scaling up
activities that reduce HIV/AIDS among MSMs and TGs in Indonesia, Malaysia, the
Philippines and Timor Leste. Hivos, as the Principal Recipient of the grant
under the ISEAN-Hivos Program Global Fund Round 10 anticipates its dxtension
period of implementation from October, 2016 to December, 2017. In this regard, ISEAN is
seeking applications for ISEAN Advocacy and Resource Mobilisation Officer
(ARMO) that will be based in Jakarta
Indonesia or work remotely and report to the network’s office in Jakarta,
Indonesia. As the ISEAN Advocacy and
Resource Mobilisation Officer (ARMO), you will be working under the direct
supervision of the ISEAN Executive Director (ED) and in close collaboration
with the ISEAN Regional Board members, other secretariat staff and partners.
You will be responsible for following activities:1.       Contribute to the development and implementation

of work plans and budgets;2.       Support the ED in the implementation of his/her
duties on advocacy and resource mobilisation programs;3.       Carry out field visits and participate in program
monitoring and evaluations in line with work plans;4.      
Research MSM and Transgender
People issues by identifying policies, existing synergies and potential gaps,
and by obtaining information on policies and procedures of other organizations,
prepare policy papers, recommendations, reports and studies on MSM and
Transgender People related issues, and assist in the preparation of other
documents with an emphasis on government policies and procedures;5.      
Provide guidance for Country
Networks and SRs on program implementation and reporting; andwork closely with other
networks to develop coordinated advocacy and public campaigns on ISEAN’s
priority themes and countries, and contribute to documenting and disseminating

project-related best practices and lessons learnt.6.      
Provide support in organising
regional and national coordination meetings, including liaising with
participants on events, meeting, training and workshops, advise and support the
development of partnership collaboration with UN agencies and other
stakeholders and where appropriate, and in consultation with ISEAN management,
enhance ISEAN’s leadership status in different government forums, i.e., related
to MSM and Transgender issues based on the Visions, Missions and Goals of
With AO, create and maintain
internal systems, including contact lists, diaries of upcoming events and
opportunities and other databases;8.      
With guidance from ED, and in collaboration with
other internal and external implementation partners, develop a specific
fundraising approach for ISEAN with the donor community under his/her responsibility
(traditional or non-traditional donors) and provide advice and support to RPM and relevant staff in the
implementation of this strategy including help gathering information on donor policies and
priorities, and subsequently: updatedonor profiles on the internal system; assist in replying to
questions from PR and national networks about donors; participate in drafting donor specific
strategy papers; provide inputs forregular reports on technical cooperation and
assist in the preparation of briefings for ISEAN Board;9.      
Establish and broaden
relations with traditional or non-traditional donors and financial partners and
analyze information on their funding priorities and trends; advise ISEAN interagency partners on
methods to develop bankable projects; explore possible sources of funding, and
coordinate strategic programme development opportunities with relevant ISEAN stakeholders and assist in developing and
maintaining contacts with donor agencies as appropriate,covering a specific set
of donors to be agreed upon. 10.  
Develop ISEAN’s resource mobilization
capacity through establishing a sound, methodological, coordinated and
long-term approach to resource mobilization that will include research and analyze donor call
for funding applications including expressions of interest and requests for
Organize fundraising
activities, such as donor briefings and presentations or joint donor events
with the country networks in cooperation with relevant internal stakeholders;12.  
Monitor the provision of
transparent, high-quality targeted reports for donors as agreed in the
respective agreements;13.  
Consistently monitor
systematic, regular and transparent reporting on all fundraising activities and
results related to the donor community under his/her responsibilityand assist in the preparation of
reports that show the results achieved by the ISEAN and ISEAN-Hivos Program and its valueadded;14.  
Help preparing and participate
in internal/external meetings, including Annual ReviewMeetings with
multi-bilateral donors, thematic meetings and resource mobilization
events,Governing Body committees, programming meetings and missions;and15.  
Assist in other tasks of the
ISEAN, as required. Qualifications/Requirements·        
A citizen or
permanent resident of one of the ISEAN countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, the
Philippines or Timor Leste.·        
Education: A
formal diploma or university degree, or similar competency, in communications,
media, linguistics, information technology, development studies or English
studies would be considered helpful. Sound knowledge about sexual health and
HIV preferred.·        
Several years
of work experience in a multinational or regional context requiring complex
coordination with multiple stakeholders.·        
Proven record
of mobilizing resources in private and public sectors, preferably in the field
of human health.·        
knowledge of written and spoken English. Knowledge of Tagalog, Bahasa
Indonesia, Bahasa Malaysia, Tetum, Chinese and Tamil highly desirable. Interested applicants are
invited to submit a cover letter (Title: ISEAN ARMO) accompanied by full resume
stating details of educational qualifications and working experience, before
23.10.2016 to: 
ISEAN encourages those who
are under the age of 35 and identity as either gay, men who have sex with men,
transgender or PLHIV to apply.

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