Peace Brigades International Indonesia Project
Training development (45%)
Development and delivery of tailor-made capacity building trainings in cooperation with local organizations, resource persons, trainers and programme alumni.
Develop a one-month training for human rights defenders in cooperation with ELSAM and other local partners based on the following modules which were the core of our prior training program: Introduction module on basic concepts; human rights instruments; advocacy, documentation and writing; security and protection.
Review, evaluate and update design and delivery of trainings on an ongoing basis.
Ensure modules are accessible online in relevant languages
Organise security trainings for ELSAM staff and Jakarta based network as required
Represent IP in PBI’s global working group on capacity building Mentorship and knowledge transfer (25%)
Support the sustainability of our training program, encouraging knowledge transfer to local partners and alumni
Encourage relationship building and networking among alumni through realizing events and training opportunities.
Mentor and support alumni on an ongoing basis and through a variety of formal and informal means to ensure they apply skills acquired through the capacity building training programme
Expand the "Training of Trainers" (ToT) program, identifying suitable candidates among our alumni and co-delivering trainings together with alumni trainers.
Identify new local partner organizations and trainers interested and suitable to deliver future trainings and strategize to make the program sustainable in remote areas. Safety and Protection (20%)
Monitor and be aware of changes to the security situation of human rights defenders in Indonesia.
Stay informed around national and international mechanisms to support human rights defenders and spread relevant information to our alumni network.
Maintain a close relationship to alumni, monitoring their security situation and support the development of safety measures, networks and of a data base system jointly with other team members.
Support the project team in exploring the protection needs of human rights defenders in Indonesia and the SEA region.
Participate in the analysis of the changing political climate and adapt program strategy accordingly, in consultation with the team and Indonesia Project Committee.
Conduct risk analysis of alumni participation in the program on an ongoing basis
Ongoing risk analysis of programme and travel safety and updating of security plans General Programme Coordination (10%)
In collaboration with ELSAM, monitor and report on all aspects of the project training and protection activities and results, including reporting on the impact on gender equality and inclusion
Provide support for financial and narrative reporting
Support development of project sustainability strategies in collaboration with ELSAM and programme partners
Remuneration will be calculated based on work experience and other factors according to German Development Aid Worker Act
30 days annual leave per year pro rata
Health and accident insurance, pension benefits, integration and repatriation expenses and contribution towards rent
The selected candidate will participate in a 2- to 3-month training in Europe prior to the overseas placement which is an excellent professional development opportunity.
Level of Language Proficiency
Required Skills & Experience
Minimum 3 years work experience in training design and delivery, experience in Indonesia/ SEA region is desired
Excellent communication skills and strong team player; conflict mediation skills desired
Commitment to the principles of PBI; non-violence, non-partisanship, and equality and ability to work in a consensus structure
Understanding of cultural nuances of Indonesian society and knowledge of Indonesian politics.
Experience and understanding of a range of training delivery methodologies, including learning techniques to audiences with various backgrounds and with different levels of education.
Proven project management experience and strong organizational skills.
Knowledge and implementation of protection approaches and mechanisms to support human rights defenders at risk.
Ability to work in a dynamic and high-pressure environment with tight deadlines.
Ability to speak, read and write in Indonesian on at least an intermediate level Other requirements
Applicant must be European Union or Swiss citizen (due to the requirements of the project funder)
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
To apply for this role please send your CV and application letter to PBI.IP.Recruit@gmail.com by October 15, 2018 indicating the position name in your subject line. We thank everyone for applying but only short-listed candidates will be contacted.