NETWORK AND OUTREACH COORDINATOR (FOR INDONESIAN NATIONALITY ONLY)



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Location : Yogyakarta, INDONESIA
Application Deadline :24-Jul-11
Type of Contract :UNV
Post Level :UNV
Languages Required :
English  
Duration of Initial Contract :One year

Background

Preamble:
The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. Volunteerism can transform the pace and nature of development and it benefits both society at large and the individual volunteer. UNV contributes to peace and development by advocating for volunteerism globally, encouraging partners to integrate volunteerism into development programming, and mobilizing volunteers.
In most cultures volunteerism is deeply embedded in long-established, ancient traditions of sharing and support within the communities. In this context, UNV volunteers take part in various forms of volunteerism and play a role in development and peace together with co-workers, host agencies and local communities.
In all assignments, UNV volunteers promote volunteerism through their action and conduct. Engaging in volunteer activity can effectively and positively enrich their understanding of local and social realities, as well as create a bridge between themselves and the people in their host community. This will make the time they spend as UNV volunteers even more rewarding and productive.

1.  UNV Assignment Title: Network and Outreach Coordinator (For Indonesian Nationality only)

2.  Type of assignment:    National UNV volunteer

3.  Project Title: Strengthening capacity of New Men’s (Laki-laki Baru) Alliance for gender-based violence prevention and supporting its social media campaign

4.  Duration: 

5.  Location, Country: Yogyakarta, Indonesia

6.  Expected starting date: January/February 2011

7.  Brief Project Description: Partners for Prevention (P4P) is a joint UNDP, UNFPA, UNIFEM and UN Volunteers regional support programme for Asia and the Pacific. Through an integrated approach of enhanced knowledge, skills and regional partnerships, P4P supports primary prevention in Asia and the Pacific as a contribution to the long-term improvement of human rights, dignity, peace and development for all. P4P’s specific goal is the primary prevention of violence against women (VAW) or stopping violence before it starts. The programme’s strategy includes working with boys and men to change the root causes that allow for violence against women to persist across all societies. Thus the outcome this programme will contribute to is an increase in the number of boys and men who support ending violence against women. Partners for Prevention is situated at the regional level, meaning that it supports cross-border learning and adaptation of promising practices, consortiums of practitioners engaged in collective action at the regional level, regional analysis of the root causes of violence against women, and consolidates innovations from the local level to the global levels.  Being situated at the regional level, it serves to connect local interventions with global expertise, and helps to inspire enhancements across the region. As a part of these regional activities, P4P works with partners on the ground in approximately 10 countries and Indonesia is one of these countries with partners in Aceh and Jogjakarta.

Laki-laki Baru (LLB) is the national network working on strengthening men and boys’ contributions to ending gender-based violence (GBV) and enhancing gender equality. LLB is now conducting several activities including consolidating the network, improving capacities and skills of its members, and building public awareness through social media campaign. LLB will facilitate the formulation of the network’s ground principles and workplan through serial activities involving both its core members and other women’s rights and social activists. LLB will also carry out activities aiming to strengthening the capacity and skills to support the initiative of working with men and boys in GBV prevention; the activities include the formulation of a curriculum, trainings, seminars, and periodical discussion forums. Furthermore, in raising public awareness on the initiative of working with men and boys in ending GBV, LLB will conduct several activities using social media including Facebook, Twitter, blogs, photo contest, and other activities with youth.

8.  Host Agency/Host Institute: P4P (requesting organization); LLB (hosting organization; duty station at Rifka Annissa office in Yogyakarta)

9.  Organizational Context: The Partners for Prevention Team, representing the participating organisations and located in Bangkok, provides consolidated responses and support for gender-based violence prevention. The Team also provides technical and substantive support to key partners including LLB.

LLB was formally founded in 2009 after several intensive discussions among women’s rights activists on how to consolidate men and boy’s contributions to ending GBV and enhancing gender equality. LLB is a network which involves women’s organizations and is open for individuals activists who have common ideas on the importance of strengthening men’s and boys’ participation as a key strategy in GBV prevention and elimination. Currently, LLB includes a number of organizations such as Rifka Annisa (Yogyakarta), Jurnal Perempuan and Yayasan PULIH (Jakarta), Rumah Perempuan (Kupang), Cahaya Perempuan Women’s Crisis Center (Bengkulu) and Aceh Men’s Forum (Aceh).

10. Type of assignment place:  Assignment with family


Duties and Responsibilities

11.  Description of Duties: Under the direct supervision of LLB, and indirect supervision of P4P, the UNV volunteer will undertake the following tasks:
• Support LLB in its completion of the organized alliance with governance documents like ground principles, strategic directions and work plan, and managerial aspects;
• Support LLB regarding expansion of membership, and development of other partnerships;
• Undertake outreach to LLB members for their active participation in (activities on) GBV prevention;
• Support the LLB and its partners in Indonesia with the social media campaign;
• Identify and support implementation of supportive promotional and communication activities on GBV prevention programmes regarding the social media campaign and beyond;
• Support the LLB in its representation in and contribution to the Southeast and East Asia regional community on capacity and curriculum development initiatives, and its communication to the alliance members on the initiatives;
• Convene LLB meetings – prepare and circulate meeting notes;
• Attend other meetings and provide feedback to the LLB members about them;
• Contribute to the Engagingmen.net web portal (www.engagingmen.net), and undertake outreach to LLB members and potential volunteers in Yogyakarta and beyond (in Indonesia) to utilize the web portal for communications, networking and exchange of ideas;
• Moderate and/or contribute to forum/blog discussions on the Engagingmen.net web portal on behalf of LLB;
• Facilitate networking among (UNV) volunteers working on the prevention of GBV and give peer support to the national UNV volunteer under the P4P programme in Aceh, Indonesia;
• Identify and document the contribution of volunteerism in GBV prevention in Indonesia;
• Any other duties required by the LLB and P4P.

Furthermore, UNV volunteers are encouraged to:
• Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of volunteerism by reading relevant UNV and external publications and take active part in UNV activities (for instance in events that mark IVD);
• Be acquainted with and build on traditional and/or local forms of volunteerism in the host country;
• Reflect on the type and quality of voluntary action that they are undertaking, including participation in ongoing reflection activities;
• Contribute articles/write-ups on field experiences and submit them for UNV publications/websites, newsletters, press releases, etc.;
• Assist with the UNV Buddy Programme for newly-arrived UNV volunteers;
• Promote or advise local groups in the use of online volunteering, or encourage relevant local individuals and organizations to use the UNV Online Volunteering service whenever technically possible.

12.  Results/Expected Output:
• Strengthened networking of the LLB, and increased membership and partnerships;
• Created a vibrant network of the LLB members and volunteers that work on GBV prevention;
• Provided support to successful social media campaign activities of the LLB and P4P partners in Indonesia;
• Implemented promotional and communication activities on GBV prevention;
• Reported on the LLB meetings and interventions with boys and men on GBV prevention in the community;
• Reported on other meetings to the LLB members;
• Contributed to Engagingmen.net web portal (www.engagingmen.net) by providing resources and inputs to forum discussions and blogs;
• Documented the role and involvement of volunteerism in the implementation of GBV prevention programmes in Indonesia;
• A final statement of achievements towards volunteerism for development during your assignment such as specific quantification of mobilized volunteers, activities, capacities.


Competencies

Functional Competencies:             
 
Level 1.1: Support the preparation of information for advocacy

  • Identifies relevant information for advocacy for a variety of audiences
     

Results-Based Programme Development and Management
 
Level 1.1: Contributing to results through provision of information

  • Provides information and documentation on specific stages of projects/programme implementation
     

Building Strategic Partnerships
 
Level 1.1: Maintaining information and databases

  • Analyzes general information and selects materials in support of partnership building initiatives

Innovation and Marketing New Approaches
 
Level 1.1: Implementing processes and uses products

  • Documents and tracks innovative strategies/best practices/new approaches

Resource Mobilization (Field Duty Stations)

Level 1.1: Providing information for resource mobilization strategies

  • Maintains information/databases on potential and actual donors
  • Maintains database of project files
  • Provides data and information needed for preparation of project documents
     

Promoting Organizational Learning and Knowledge Sharing
 Level 1.1: Basic research and analysis

  • Researches best practices and poses new, more effective ways of doing things
     

 Job Knowledge/Technical Expertise
 Level 1.1: Fundamental knowledge of processes, methods and procedures

  • Understands the main processes and methods of work regarding to the position
  • Possesses basic knowledge of organizational policies and procedures relating to the position and applies them consistently in work tasks
  • Demonstrates good knowledge of information technology and applies it in work assignments
     

Global Leadership and Advocacy for UNDP’s Goals
 

Level 1.1: Research and analysis

  • Identifies relevant information for advocacy for UNDP’s goals for a variety of audiences
     

Client Orientation
 Level 1.1:  Maintains effective client relationships

  • Reports to internal and external clients in a timely and appropriate fashion
  • Organizes and prioritizes work schedule to meet client needs and deadlines
  • Establishes, builds and sustains effective relationships within the work unit and with internal and external clients
    Responds to client needs promptly
     
  • Core Competencies:
    • Demonstrating/safeguarding ethics and integrity 
    • Demonstrate corporate knowledge and sound judgment
    • Self-development, initiative-taking
    • Acting as a team player and facilitating team work
    • Facilitating and encouraging open communication in the team, communicating effectively
    • Creating synergies through self-control
    • Managing conflict
    • Learning and sharing knowledge and encourage the learning of others. Promoting learning and knowledge management/sharing is the responsibility of each staff member.
    • Informed and transparent decision making
       

 


Required Skills and Experience

13.  Qualifications/Requirements:
• Education: University degree in social sciences or equivalent;
• Minimum age: 25 years old;
• Language: English and Bahasa Indonesia;
• Knowledge and understanding on basic gender and women’s rights issues;
• Experience of working on gender and women’s rights issues;
• Knowledge and understanding of social media;
• Background in campaigning/communications would be desirable;
• Capacity of writing report in English and Bahasa Indonesia;
• Computer literate (standard Microsoft Office tools, familiar with internet);
• Active engagement in community;
• Good communication, networking and interpersonal skills;
• Experience: 1-2 years in the above-mentioned areas.

14.  Conditions of Service
A 12-month contract which is extendable depending on satisfactory performance and availability of funds; monthly volunteer living allowance (VLA) intended to cover housing, basic needs and utilities, equivalent to IDR4,000,000; settling-in-grant (if applicable); life, health, and permanent disability insurance; return airfares (if applicable); resettlement allowance for satisfactory service.

 

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