The Gender-based Violence in Emergency (GBViE) Officer will lead the planning and delivery of Project Output 2, namely “Technical assistance provided to increase government (MOWECP and sub-national Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection offices) and CSO (women-led organizations and Forum Pengada Layanan) capacity on prevention and response to GBV, including GBV case management, during the COVID-19 pandemic” under the project “‘Leaving No One Behind’ COVID-19 Responses for Vulnerable Women and Older Persons in Indonesia”. S/he will report to the Project Manager and will lead the planning and delivery of the project under daily coordination with the Gender Programme Specialist.
The GBViE Officer will have the authority to manage the Project Output 2 “Technical assistance provided to increase government (MOWECP and sub-national Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection offices) and CSO (women-led organizations and Forum Pengada Layanan) capacity on prevention and response to GBV, including GBV case management, during the COVID-19 pandemic” on a day-to-day basis on behalf of the Implementing Partners, within the policy and regulations laid down by the UNFPA. The GBViE Officer’s primary responsibility is to ensure that the project produces the results specified in the project document output 2, to the required standard of quality and within the specified constraints of time and cost.
Summary of Key Functions:
- Project Implementation and Management Support for Project Output 2;
- Ensures provision of Policy Advice and Strategic Technical Guidance to project partners; and
- Facilitate knowledge building and management.
1. Ensures effective Project Implementation and Management Support for Project Output 2, through project planning, management, monitoring and oversight, focusing on achievement of the following results:
- Implement and manage the project on a day-to-day basis on behalf of the implementing partners.
- Ensure the timely delivery of planned project activities.
- Coordinate and supervise consultants in carrying out their duties at an optimum level through ensuring efficient and effective resource utilization.
- Prepare annual/quarter results-based work plans and budgets, risks and management response and logical frameworks as endorsed by the implementing partner and steering committee.
- Prepare quarterly implementation status and financial reports for comments and approval by the Implementing Partners and UNFPA CO.
- Support the Project Manager in preparing the conduct of Annual Performance Report (APR)/ Project Implementation Review (PIR), Mid-term and terminal Project Reports.
- Support Humanitarian Programme Analysts in planning and implementing GBViE humanitarian preparedness and response
2. Ensures provision of Policy Advice and Strategic Technical Guidance to project partners, focusing on achievement of the following results:
- Manage the overall strategic direction and provide leadership on local development initiatives
- Support the Humanitarian Analyst in leading and contributing to the GBV Sub-Cluster and Protection Cluster coordination, and prepare internal notes/analysis from each meeting
- Facilitate learning and experience sharing for all relevant partners, in line with the project document
3. Building Knowledge and Capacity through results-based management strategies, focusing on achievement of the following results:
- Document lessons learned and best practices in the area of GBViE.
- Draft communication materials for dissemination in collaboration with Project Communication and Knowledge Management Officer
- Provide logistical support to projects by project-related workshops and events in close coordination with IPs
- Support the evaluation of the project impact. Monitoring and analysis of the project environment, timely readjustments in project implementation.
- Ensure the implementing partners follow Project Guidance Note on Communication and Visibility and ensure the visibility of the project, stakeholders, and donors through communication efforts including press releases and events.
- Ensure quality control for knowledge products to be developed and applied within the project output 2
- Perform other relevant duties, as requested by the direct supervisor
Qualifications and Experience:
- Master’s Degree (preferable) or Bachelor’s degree in gender, psychology, social work, or other social sciences.
Knowledge and Experience:
- Minimum of two (2) years of experience (Master degree) or six (6) years experience (bachelor’s degree) in implementing GBV prevention and response programming in a development context and humanitarian situation
- Experience in coordinating and implementing GBV case management and referral mechanism
- Knowledge of the broader issues related to UNFPA’s mandate on human rights, gender and GBV, sexual and reproductive health, youth leadership and participation, and population issues.
- Familiarity with the development of guideline & protocols processes within the government is an advantage.
- Fluency in oral and written English and Bahasa Indonesia.
- Proficiency in current computer office software applications.
- Exemplifying integrity,
- Demonstrating commitment to UNFPA and the UN system,
- Embracing cultural diversity,
- Embracing change
- Ability to lead the formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development projects.
- Delivering results-based programmes
- Internal and external communication and advocacy for results.
- Building strategic alliances and partnerships.
- Achieving results,
- Being accountable,
- Developing and applying professional expertise/business acumen,
- Thinking analytically and strategically,
- Working in teams/managing ourselves and our relationships,
- Communicating for impact
UNFPA Work Environment
UNFPA provides a work environment that reflects the values of gender equality, teamwork, Embracing diversity in all its forms, integrity and a healthy balance of work and life. We are committed to maintaining our balanced gender distribution and therefore encourage women to apply. UNFPA promotes equal opportunities for all including persons with disabilities.