PROJECT COORDINATOR — Sukabumi and Purwakarta

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PROJECT COORDINATOR

Project Location in Sukabumi and Purwakarta

 

ABOUT Yayasan CARE Peduli (YCP)

Yayasan CARE Peduli (YCP) was established in July 2018 as the national entity that will continue CARE’s presence and operations in Indonesia, following its institutional commitment to diversification within the confederation and to the localization of aid and strengthening partnerships with national entities.

CARE believes that this important step in the evolution of CARE’s presence in Indonesia will further enhance its more strategic role in both the development and the humanitarian fields.

As a national entity that connected to CARE Confederation, YCP aims to contribute more significantly in addressing and representing national development priorities both in Indonesia and globally as well. In pursuit of our mission, we work in close partnerships with government, civil society and women-led organizations, private sector, media to deliver results to the communities we serve.

 

ABOUT the Project

Indonesia is one of the most important garment and textile producers in the world and has a 2.4 percent share of the global market, which makes it ranked sixth in the world’s suppliers. With the contributing to the achievement of the national economy, the garment industry is highly dependent on women workers. However, women workers often experience sexual harassment during recruitment and in the workplace, and they are discriminated against in terms of pay, working conditions, benefits (including maternity protection and threats of dismissal for disclosing pregnancy status), and promotions.

In response to the campaign and for the anticipated project, YCP is in partnership and supported by Lulu Lemon for the Phase 2 Striving for Women’s Rights (SWIR) for two years (2024 – 2026) in Sukabumi and Purwakarta.

The project is intended to contribute to the goals of the project are: 1) improving gender equality practices and GBV policies in Lulu Lemon supply chain companies in Indonesia by using gender-responsive due diligence approach; and 2) strengthening JEKATA organization as a grassroot platform committed to build women’s capacity to voice and fight for women’s equality, protection, dignity and human rights.

For the planning and implementation phase, YCP intends to engage a Project Coordinator that will be responsible to support the deliverables associated with the women at the community and workplace in garment industry in both Sukabumi and Purwakarta.

 

Job Objective/Summary

The Project Coordinator shall be responsible to ensure appropriate quality, capacity building, and oversight over the women empowerment and gender element in the project. This program is managed to achieve 1) gender equality practices and GBV policies in Lululemon supply chain companies; and 2) strengthening a grassroot platform to build women’s capacity to voice and fight for women’s equality, protection, dignity and human rights.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Project Management including Project Planning of the Women Empowerment and Gender-Related Activities
  • Coordinate factory management, local government, partners and other related stakeholders pertaining to women empowerment and gender projects.
  • Responsible for work plan and implementation plans.
  • Develop reports in both simple English and Bahasa on program activities including weekly updates, monthly reports, success stories, and other required reports by YCP and donor.
  • Review the Project files held by the Headquarters and ensure that copies of the above documents are readily available.
  • S/he should also establish, as required, Project working files.
  • Establish and implement Project monitoring and evaluation systems in order to provide regular information on progress towards objectives and assess the impact of the Project.
  • In coordination and collaboration with MEAL person, review existing project outputs and indicators so as to ensure that they are appropriate and realistic, and if required suggest changes to line management.
  • Other assignments as required by Direct Supervisor and Management.

 

  1. Technical Lead of the Project Implementation of the Women Empowerment and Gender-Related Activities
  • Ensure that gender considerations Human Rights Due Diligence and Gender-Responsive Due Diligence are factored into needs assessments, data collection and programme implementation by developing required tools, indicators and review processes.
  • Coordinate with the relevant stakeholders to develop/expand a training material for gender equality, communication and leadership for women/Knowledge, skills and leadership enhancement.
  • Coordinate and collaborate with the Family Support Team and/or Focal Point/Paralegal for the capacity building to strengthen the competency in GBV prevention and case referral and reporting.
  • Conduct training on gender-based violence prevention include FGDs with community leaders and male to enhance gender equality awareness.
  • Ensure the active participation of Women’s planning meeting for Musrenbangdes input.
  • Ensure YCP’s gender tools, including the Gender Marker, are understand by staff and partners and tracked in gender equality practices and GBV policies project.
  • Support project managers with design of gender component of the ongoing project in ensuring that the implementation is in line with Gender strategy.
  • Engage in advocacy activities that promote YCP’s approach to gender mainstreaming and integration across project.
  • Provide timely technical support to project managers in writing reports to donors and submitting other regular technical reports as required.
  • Contribute to the development of indicators for measuring cross-cutting gender activities for the cross-border program and participating in assessments [baseline data, annual review, and evaluation impact by the end of the project].
  • Contribute to the PSEA sensitive feedback and accountability mechanisms for YCP and partners.
  • Support community-based reviews to measure the success of interventions.
  • Document and disseminate best practices and lessons learned.

 

  1. Build and maintain the network with relevant stakeholder
  • Conduct any other duties as required by YCP that may reasonably be assigned related to position’s function. Tasks may expand or be adjusted in accordance to the real needs in the field.
  • Represent YCP by attending and contributing to specific events related to the Gender agenda, women’s empowerment and development.
  • Maintain contact with appropriate stakeholders (particularly women’s NGOs/CSOs) and strengthen partnership with local and national government institutions.
  • Disseminate and share IEC materials particularly in promoting gender equality and equity for all.
  • Willing to join with the Emergency Response Team (ERT) in accordance with experience and competence and is ready to be assigned to the disaster site in accordance with the existing needs.

 

Requirements

  1. Education, experience and technical competencies
  • Master or Bachelor Degree in Gender studies, Development, Social Science or another relevant field.
  • Or at least seven (Bachelor) or five years (Master) of experience working as a development/humanitarian professional with NGOs or other civil society organizations as a gender specialist, advisor or focal point in an NGO or other civil society organization, with demonstrated experience in gender analysis, gender integration and/or gender-based violence.
  • Minimum one year of experience working in gender in emergencies.
  • Strong experience in delivering training on key gender and protection concepts is preferred.
  • Preferably a proven record of effective project management, including project planning and integration of gender in all phases of the project cycle.
  • Experience in the development, implementation, and evaluation of a community-based project is preferred.
  • Ability and willingness to undertake regular travel to the crisis affected area.
  • Demonstrate excellent command of English and Indonesian, both written and spoken are essential.
  1. Personal attributes & competencies
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and demonstrated the ability to effectively interact and work across unit, project and an effective team player.
  • Ability to develop and foster external organizational relationships and applied representation skills.
  • Readiness to work with people of all backgrounds without bias. Ability to work sensitively with people from various cultural and social backgrounds.
  • Ability to coach and mentor staff in a cross-cultural environment.
  • Have effective planning, organizational and time management skills.
  • Ability to multi-task and work well under time constraints, including capability to be flexible to respond to changing requirements. Results-focused with ability to manage own workload proactively, with own initiative.
  • Committed to fostering respectful, collaborative, learning and empowering work culture.
  • Commitment to values that YCP upholds, i.e. Integrity, Diversity, Equality, Excellence and Transformation. Commitment to gender equality and social justice.
  • Commitment to Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse policy.

 

HOW TO APPLY

YCP is an equal opportunity employer and we offer collegial working environment and competitive salary and benefits package.

Applicants are invited to send a cover letter illustrating their suitability for the above position, and detailed curriculum vitae, with names and addresses of 4 (four) referees/direct supervisor (including telephone and email address).

Please submit your applications to :  [email protected] at the latest by 21/06/2024.

*All applications will be treated confidentially. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified and invited for interview.

 

Thanks for your interest in CARE!  We are committed to each other and to the protection of the people we serve.  We do not tolerate sexual misconduct within or external to our organisation and imbed child protection in all we do.  Protection from sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse and child protection are fundamental to our relationships, including employment, and our recruitment practices are designed to ensure we only recruit people who are suitable to work with other staff and the people we serve.  As well as pre-employment checks, we will use the recruitment and reference process to ensure potential new staff understand and are aligned with these expectations.

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