European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR)
PROJECT OFFICER TO BE BASED IN JAKARTA
For our office in Jakarta, we are looking for a highly motivated individual to manage our activities in relation to the EIDHR and provide input for other governance and conflict related programmes.
Qualification and experience:
The successful candidate will have a university degree in political science, law or international relations. A specialization in human rights of democratization would be a distinct advantage.
In addition, she/he will also have
• Good knowledge of the human rights and democratization processes in Indonesia including governance reform
• At least 3 years of professional experience in project management with good command of project cycle management tools (PCM)
• Experience of working with civil society organizations, NGOs on issues on human rights, democratization and/or conflict prevention
• Ability to participate in meeting related to human rights with government bodies, civil society, NGO’s
• Good analytical and problem solving skills as well as initiative to propose and implement solutions
• Excellent reporting and monitoring skills
He/she will have excellent language skills, fluency in English both written and spoken is pre-requisite as well as in Indonesian
• Capacity to work within a multi-cultural team of national and international staff
• Motivation to work in an international environment for the promotion of democracy and human rights in Indonesia
• Confidence to represent the delegation of the EC in meetings related to democratization and human rights including government bodies and international donors
• Autonomy in the daily management of his/her tasks including ability to prioritize workload
This position will have a competitive salary package starting from IDR 21,000,000
Apply with CV and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We expect a large volume of applications so only short-listed candidates will be contacted, canvassing will disqualify.
Closing date for the receipt of applications: 16.00 hours 6th February 2009