EQWIP HUBS Job Vacancy: Partnership Capacity Building & Gender Coordinator, Semarang – Central Java, Indonesian

Posting Job


December 5, 2018

Expired Job


June 26, 2019



Capacity Building and Gender Coordinator 
Company Name: Canada World Youth
Project Title: EQWIP HUBs Powering Youth Innovation for
Sustainable Livelihoods
Start: As soon as possible
Working Location: Semarang, Indonesia 
Schedule: Full-time, contract 
Duration: December 31, 2018 – December 31, 2019 
Salary: Competitive Salary

Do you want to work with a team of energetic, skilled
and passionate individuals who are motivated to create innovative solutions for
sustainable youth livelihoods? If yes, then EQWIP HUBs is the team for you!

Powered by Canadian leaders in global youth
development – Canada World Youth (CWY) and Youth Challenge International (YCI)
– the EQWIP HUBs project is a global network that connects Canadian volunteers,
youth participants, and international partners through innovative programming in six developing countries.

Through 18 knowledge centres in Bolivia, Ghana,
Indonesia, Peru, Senegal and Tanzania, EQWIP HUBs offers entrepreneurship and
employment training so that young people, especially women, can come together
to gain market-relevant skills and learn from mentors. Our youth focused,
collaborative and tech-friendly approach is unique. By working in partnership
with global peers – we can create a better future for all. Together, we’re on a
mission to change the lives of 100,000 youth by 2020.

Canada World Youth & Youth
Challenge International
Each recognized as Canadian leaders, CWY and YCI bring
a combined 70 years of expertise in global youth development. Forty thousand
young people around the world have been transformed through CWY’s
world-renowned global reciprocal exchange programs and YCI’s youth innovation
initiatives, proving young people can lead real change in global health, the
environment, and youth livelihoods.

The Partnership Capacity
Building and Gender Coordinator
, reporting to the
Country Manager, will lead activities and processes designed to:
  • Strengthen Partner capacities necessary to
    support youth livelihood development;
  • Strengthen staff, volunteers and partners’ capacity
    to develop and deliver EQWIP HUBs Gender Equality strategy; and,
  • Establish and maintain positive, collaborative
    and productive relationships with project staff, implementing partners,
    youth participants and volunteers.


  • Support the capacity strengthening process of
    existing and new partners
  • Coordinate the implementation of an annual
    Partner Capacity Assessment and based on the assessment, available
    resources and anticipated activities, work with partners to develop and
    monitor annual Partnership Sustainability Plans
  • Work closely with selected local partners to
    ensure adequate capacity is built in the prioritized domains
  • Develop and coordinate partners’ annual Volunteer
    Placement Plan
  • Ensure flexible and high-quality capacity strengthening
    support is provided to the partners
  • Identify new strong partnerships opportunities
    based on project needs, and strategic interest in Gender Equality, and
    women and girls’ empowerment 
  • Oversee the delivery of activities and
    initiatives detailed in the Gender Equality Strategy and the partner
    Sustainability Plan
  • Identify new opportunities to expand EQWIP HUBs
    Gender Equality Strategy and implement initiatives in line with Canada
    Feminist International Assistance Policy
  • Support and oversee the work of the Volunteer
    Gender Equality Advisors and Officers, including developing and updating
    the Volunteer Gender Advisors’/Officers’ work plan
  • Support the implementation, monitoring and
    evaluation and reporting on the Gender Equality deliverables and activities
  • Engage and nourish relationships with the private
    sector to support and ensure relevance of project initiatives such as the
    HUB Networks and the Youth Innovation Fund
  • Utilize information through routine project
    monitoring and knowledge mobilization to provide additional training and
    support to partners and engage them in EQWIP HUBs activities
  • Lead in program monitoring, evaluating, and
    reporting related to the capacity building process and outcomes
  • Provide inputs on the use of performance
    indicators and measurement tools to reflect progress toward Capacity
    Building outcome
  • Contribute to other planning and reporting
    processes where required
  • Perform other duties as delegated by the Country


  • Applicant must be a citizen of Indonesia
  • University degree, in a sector relevant to
    capacity building and training (e.g. economics, gender equality, women in
    development, public policy, international relations, statistics, political
    science, health, education, agriculture, etc.)
  • 5 to 7 years of progressively responsible
    coordination experience and developing roadmaps and work plans tailored
    for the benefit of public and private organizations working in global
    development; mentoring and coaching staff to build organizational
    capacity; and performance monitoring
  • Understanding of and compatible vision for
    effective community development with a focus on networking, capacity
    development for sustainability and training delivery
  • Ability to work with and through Partner
  • Proven experience in promoting and mainstreaming
    gender equality programming, including conducting gender analysis and
    monitoring Gender Equality indicators
  • Knowledge and understanding of
    Gender Equality and its application within a youth sustainable livelihood
  • In depth knowledge of the socio-economic profile
    of young women in the country
  • Experience engaging with the private sector,
    including relationship development and networking
  • Passion for working with youth; an understanding
    of the current situation for young people
  • Comfort with linking work to a range of
    stakeholders, including civil authorities, community group leaders,
    donors, private sector, Canadian Volunteers and international NGOs
  • Experience with current approaches to adult
    learning and participatory methods for M&E
  • Proven ability to develop and monitor work plans
  • Demonstrated mentoring abilities and experience
    supporting peers
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Strong verbal and written English skills required

Deadline to apply: Thursday
December 13, 2018
at 5pm EST. Applications will be considered upon
submission. Please submit your cover letter and CV as a one document Word or
PDF e-mail attachment to hrindonesia@eqwiphubs.org
with “Partnership Capacity Building and Gender Coordinator” in the
subject line. Applications will not be considered beyond the deadline.

phone calls about the position can be accepted. We thank all applicants for
their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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