Networking and Communications Coordinator

Job Type

Full Time



Application Deadline



Peace Brigades International - Indonesia Project



Communications (35%):

Manage external project communications (website, etc.)

Represent IP in PBI’s global advocacy work

Contribute to organizing international speaking tours and relevant materials

Support advocacy and research activities with training program alumni Networking (20%):

Maintain and develop networks with civil society organisations and diplomatic community in Indonesia

Develop regional networks with civil society groups and funders

Participate in relationship building with international stakeholders and front line human rights organizations as required

Look for opportunities for programme alumni to participate in trainings and advocacy activities in Indonesia and abroad

Contribute to the incident data collection and response to security incidents involving programme alumni Programme Coordination, Training and Mentorship (20%):

Support Informal mentoring for programme alumni along with other programme team members

Support facilitation of training sessions where appropriate

In collaboration with ELSAM monitor and report on all aspects of communications and networking activities and results, including reporting from a gender and inclusion perspective

Support financial and narrative reporting

Support development of project sustainability strategies in collaboration with programme partners Upon Approval: Develop new regional initiatives (25%)

Oversee a regional (Southeast Asia) needs assessment for at-risk human rights defenders

Coordinate (with PBI members based in various countries) the development of regional activities

Explore new initiatives and opportunities for PBI to contribute in new ways to HRD protection in other Southeast Asia countries

Identify opportunities for programme alumni to participate in regional activism



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 and Experience:

Minimum 3 years’ work experience; preferred experience Indonesia and/or Southeast Asia experience

Excellent communication skills and strong team player

Commiment to the principles of PBI; non-violence, non-partisanship, and equality and ability to work in a consensus structure

Proven experience in networking and advocacy at an international/regional level; experience with training and mentoring desirable

Strong background in Human Rights/Social Justice

Strong security awareness

Project management experience and strong organizational skills; financial skills highly desirable

Basic knowledge in Indonesian or willingness to learn the language; regional languages and/or Spanish considered an asset Other requirements

Applicant must be a European Union or Swiss citizen (due to requirements of the project funder) 

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

No requirement

How To Apply

To apply for this role please send your CV and application letter to 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.