HRRC (OPEN) Job Vacancy for Assitant to Research and Project Coordinator

Dear Friends and Colleagues, please note the information below :

Dates Open
announcement                       : 11 April 2016
announcement                       : 18 April
2016 at 17:00
for shortlisted candidates : 20 – 22 April 2016
Work commences on                       : 02 May 2016
Type/Title Assistant
to Research and Project Coordinator
Project To be based
at the Secretariat
Description The Human Rights Resource Centre is
a small not for profit track two organisation established to assist human

rights bodies within ASEAN. The Secretariat is based at the University of
Indonesia in Depok Campus. The position
is a full-time position requiring 5 days in a week to be at the Secretariat
and may involve travel to ASEAN Member States.

Scope of Work Plan the

Assisting Research and Project
Coordinator to:

  • Ensure the
    delivery of the overall program and its activities in accordance with
    the mission and the goals of HRRC. This will include but not be limited
    to  drafting research designs.
  • Develop the
    budget and operating plan to support the program
  • Develop a program evaluation framework to
    assess the strength of the program and to identify areas for improvement
  • Develop funding
    proposals for the program to potential partners/donors

the Program

Assisting Research and Project
Coordinator to:

  • Ensure that that
    program activities operate within the policies and procedures of both
    HRRC and partners/donors. This will include but not be limited to proof
    reading and editing study results as part of quality control of
    project’s output.
  • Ensure that
    program activities comply with all relevant legislation and professional
  • Develop forms and
    records to document program activities
  • Oversee the
    collection and maintenance of records for statistical purposes according
    to the confidentiality/privacy policy of the partners/donors of the

Lead the

Assisting Research and Project
Coordinator to:

  • Communicate with
    HRRC Governing Board, Advisory Council, and staff as well as partners/donors
    and other stakeholders to gain support for the program and to solicit
    input to improve the program
  • Liaise and
    coordinate with other coordinators and stakeholders to ensure the
    effective and efficient program delivery
  • Implement
    activities and researches to ensure the quality of program delivery

the Program

Assisting Research and Project
Coordinator to:

  • Write reports on
    the program for management and for donors
  • Communicate with
    donors as outlined in funding agreement
  • Ensure that the
    program operates within the approved budget
  • Monitor and approve all budgeted program
  • Monitor cash flow projections and report
    actual cash flow and variance on a regular basis
  • Manage all
    project funds according to established accounting policies and procedures
  • Ensure that all
    financial records for the program are up to date
  • Ensure financial

    reports and supporting documentation for donor are prepared as outlined
    in funding agreements

  • Provide required
    information to have invoices generated and submitted to donor according
    to the established timelines
  • Identify and
    evaluate the risks associated with program activities and take
    appropriate action to control the risks
  • Monitor the program activities on a regular
    basis and conduct an annual evaluation according to the program
    evaluation framework
  • Report evaluation
    findings to donor as well as HRRC Governing Board and Advisory Council
Qualifications The successful candidate shall possess the following characteristics:

  • Has excellent command / highly proficient in spoken and written
  • Has an interest in human rights, legal, and socio-political
    studies and projects, specifically in the context of regionalisation and
  • Demonstrates good analytical thinking
  • Demonstrates strong writing and communication skills
  • A team player but able to work under minimum supervision
  • Has a minimum of 3 years work experience. Experience in legal,
    human rights, and/or socio-political work, in particular in regional or
    international organisation will be considered as an advantage.
  • Familiarity with donors’ regulations (USAID, EU, British, AusAid,
    etc) will be considered as an advantage
  • Has attained, at a minimum, a bachelor’s degree in law,
    international relations or social-political sciences. Master’s degree
    will be considered as an advantage.
Conditions The
Centre will provide a transport allowance in addition to
the nett salary.
How to Apply Please email [email protected], cc [email protected],
and send the following:
Cover letter, including information on expected salary
Curriculum Vitae
Writing sample ie: Article, Research Paper,
3 Referees
Please reply only to the email
addresses mentioned in the announcement.

 Best regards,Olivia ChristinaP Before printing, think about the environment 

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