Friday, June 22, 2012

Manager – Gender & Human Rights

Locally Engaged Consultant Opportunity Reference Number OS1948 Position Title Manager – Gender & Human Rights Location Jakarta, Indonesia Sector Law and Justice Closing Date 2 July 2012 Description Australian Aid – managed by Cardno Emerging Markets on behalf of AusAID Project Background The Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice (AIPJ) is an Australian Government, AusAID-funded program managed by Cardno Emerging Markets. AIPJ is designed to assist the Government of Indonesia in its justice reform efforts for the next five years. The focus of AIPJ is on working with national-level law and justice institutions and agencies to transform the high-level reform commitments made by Indonesia into concrete improvements in the way the community interacts with the law and justice sector. AIPJ’s ultimate goal is “[i]ncreased access to better quality legal information and services” through the “strengthening of Indonesia’s leading law and justice sector institutions to become more effective and eventually provide more cost-effective, accessible and predictable legal services and information.” AIPJ has the following program outcomes: · Improved judicial dispute resolution systems for marginalised groups (including the poor, women and people with a disability); · Prosecutorial agencies better able to process corruption cases; · Increased public access to and use of legal information, particularly relating to human rights (including women’s rights) and anti-corruption; · Improved framework and delivery of a legal aid system; · Increased capacity of civil society organisations and national commissions to support Indonesian law and justice sector reform efforts. Position details AIPJ is seeking a full time Manager – Gender & Human Rights to join its team based in Jakarta. The key broad responsibilities for the Manager – Gender & Human Rights are: · the development and management of gender and human rights-related activities which seek to contribute to the achievement of one or more of the program outcomes listed above; and · the management of the AIPJ Coordinator – Disabilities & Human Rights. The Manager – Gender & Human Rights may also have responsibility or co-responsibility for developing and/or managing other activities, as may be assigned. The terms of reference provide detailed information about the assignment can be downloaded from ofOS1948a). Please read this before applying for the position. Selection criteria: · At a minimum, degree in either gender studies, human rights, law, international development, or a related field. Formal studies in the area of disabilities would be an advantage. · At least 5 years experience working in development, with at least 3 years experience in designing and managing projects that promote gender equality and human rights, and demonstrated career progression. · Experience working with NGOs/CSOs that promote gender equality and human rights, and or with government agencies; experience working with disabled people’s organisations would be an advantage. · Experience working with international donors; experience working with AusAID would be desirable. · Experience in managing and mentoring personnel. · Fluency (speaking and writing) in Indonesian, high-level speaking and written English language skills. Strong written and oral communications skills. · Knowledge of development issues in Indonesia and in the Indonesian law and justice sector. Remuneration We anticipate that this position will be filled by an Indonesian national. As such, the position will be remunerated in line with Indonesian labour market rates/standards. How to apply To apply for this position, please send an email to Please include the following with your email: · Write the reference number OS1948 in the title of the email · Attach your CV · A statement against the selection criteria in the form provided. This form can be downloaded from of OS1948b). · Attach a completed and signed application form. This form can be downloaded from of OS1948c). Applications close 2 July 2012 at 9pm Jakarta time. Cardno Emerging Markets (Australia) Pty Ltd is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages gender equality for all positions. Cardno Emerging Markets (Australia) Pty Ltd is committed to Child Protection in all fields. Some positions may require consultants to produce a police clearance form on selection.


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