ILO Vacancy Notice no. 2014-013 NPO HIV and AIDS (Jakarta)

ILO Vacancy Notice no. 2014-013 NPO HIV and AIDS (Jakarta)
ILO is looking for a suitable candidate for the position of NPO HIV and AIDS to based in Jakarta.

A.   Duties and Responsibilities
The HIV National Programme Officer reports to the Director of the ILO Jakarta Office and works closely with the Deputy Director handling programme matters for Jakarta, the ILO Senior Regional Technical Specialist for HIV and AIDS of the ILO Decent Work Team based in Bangkok, Thailand and the Asia Regional Facilitator of ILOAIDS Geneva in developing and implementing HIV, AIDS and TB related programme matters for Indonesia.
  •  Ensure ILO programme activities at the country level reflect the linkage with the other national structures and frameworks- UN Joint Team, UN Thematic Group on HIV, AIDS or TB, the UNDAF, the joint UN annual workplan, the Global Fund (GFATM) mechanism, the National AIDS Committee or Programme and the National TB Programme. 
  • Review and analyse country specific development plans and priorities, epidemiological data, HIV, AIDS and TB program reports and other relevant information; identify potential technical cooperation project areas related to HIV, AIDS and TB, that are consistent with ILO comparative advantages and partner interest and capacity.
  • Represent the office to participate in meetings organized by the National AIDS Commission, relevant structures to the Global Fund (CCM), GFTAM CCM Technical Working Group, the joint UN Group on AIDS, ILO counterparts related to the HIV, AIDS and TB and other relevant consultations.
  • Provide input to office level planning to ensure inclusion of HIV and AIDS work within relevant Areas of Critical Importance” and linking to office Decent Work Country Program and program and budget outcomes.
  • Monitor developments in the ILO’s global HIV, AIDS and TB Programme for its application in the country and collaborate with the follow-up to international HIV, AIDS and TB related commitments and recommendations, at country level, 
  • Prepare briefs, periodic reports and statistics on the programme and project activities related to HIV, AIDS and TB including the ILO VCT@Work initiative and the ILO DFAT Papua program.
  • Share relevant HIV, AIDS and TB knowledge with colleagues and ILO counterparts’ donor and the media to increase awareness of the world of work HIV response in Indonesia. 
  • Identify funding opportunities, liaise with relevant national and international counterparts and donor representatives, share funding information with relevant programme project personnel and support proposal development either specifically on HIV, AIDS and TB or mainstream HIV, AIDS and TB elements into a broader ILO country proposal, including integrating HIV component in Indonesia Decent Work Country Programme and the priority office outcomes for 2016- 2017 
  • Assemble and analyze data relevant for planning and negotiation of programme/project activities, consider various approaches and alternative methods in project design, management, problem definition and problem resolution relating to HIV, AIDS and TB, in particular,  develop HIV, AIDS and TB pipeline proposals in coordination with concerned ILO programmes/ projects.
  • Provide technical and administrative backstopping to HIV, AIDS and TB related projects and the HIV and AIDS components of mainstreamed projects include the VCT@Work initiative and the ILO DFAT Papua programme
  • Liaise with tripartite partners, enterprises and implementing agencies on a regular basis with systematic monitoring (review, verify, analyse and provide feedback on reports and other information for technical accuracy of content and clarity, consistency and completeness) to ensure that HIV, AIDS and TB related programme and project activities are carried out at all levels according to agreed work plans and take corrective action where necessary.
  • Identify national experts available as consultants or resource persons for research and capacity building initiatives relevant to HIV, AIDS and TB. 
  • Participate in meetings and interventions relevant to HIV, TB and AIDS under the UN joint program on HIV and AIDS in Indonesia as well as support for UN Cares. 
  • Brief ILO specialists, project experts, associate experts and visiting officials and provide relevant information on HIV, AIDS and TB matters relevant to the world of work. 
  • Undertake missions to project sites where relevant to HIV, AIDS and TB related activities, 
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned by the Director of ILO, Jakarta country office and ILOAIDS in Geneva.
Vacancy No:
JAKARTA/ 2014/013
 01 August 2014
Position title:
 National Programme Officer on HIV and AIDS
Deadline for application:
 15 August 2014
Project title:
Organization unit:
ILO Office Jakarta  
Duty Station: 
Contract type:
12 months with possible extension subject to a satisfactory performance
Expected starting date:
September 2014

For any questions related to this post, please contact:     Risya Kori at

B.  Experience and qualifications
Education – At the minimum, first level university degree in public health, development studies, labour economics, management or social sciences. Graduate study or degree is an added asset.

Experience - At least four years of professional experience at the national level relating to HIV, AIDS, TB or relevant area. United Nations experience is an asset.

Languages - Excellent command of English and Indonesian
C. Required Competencies and Skills
Thematic Technical Skills
  • Substantive understanding of and experience in the field of HIV, AIDS and TB in Indonesia. 
  • Comprehensive understanding of and experience in gender roles and the role of discrimination in generating vulnerabilities and the spread of HIV, AIDS or TB. 
  • Knowledge of ILO HIV, AIDS and TB focus and programming, understanding of programming/project sectors target groups, e.g. for HIV prevention in the work place,  people living with HIV or AIDS, indigenous peoples or migrant workers. 
  • Demonstrated experience in project proposal development
Programme management /analytical skill
  • Thorough knowledge of programme planning, implementation and evaluation principles, practices and procedures.
  • Ability to interpret statistics, identify and analyze problems with project implementation
  • Good drafting skills in both English and Indonesian and demonstrated ability to prepare reports and presentations.
  • Ability to make sound and fair judgments based on available information.
  • Shares knowledge – Shares important or relevant knowledge and information formally (E.g. workshops, seminars) or informally (e.g. conversations with colleagues); promotes knowledge transfer.
Organizational and Leadership Skill
  • Ability to work under pressure with minimum supervision.
  • Ability to work in a team and to motivate staff.
  • Good organizational skills and able to deal with a broad range of staff and to respond to their queries.
  • Demonstrate a high level of commitment and responsibility towards completing assignments efficiently, accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Excellent time management skills.
  • Strong communication skills with people from diverse cultural background and nationalities
  • Display high standards of ethical conduct.
Communication Skills
  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing and demonstrated presentation skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to work and communicate with people in a polite, courteous and cooperative manner. 
  • Ability to work with word processing and spreadsheet software, as well as computer software packages required for work.
D.  Nationality  – Indonesian. 

E.  Languages – Must be fluent in both spoken and written English and Bahasa-Indonesia.

F.  Remuneration
National Officer Level A of the UN common remuneration system and/or commensurate with the qualifications and competency of the selected candidate.

G.  Written Examination and Interview
Prospective candidates will be required to sit a written examination and take part in an interview.

H.  Application
Qualified women and men are encouraged to apply.   Only qualified candidates will be notified.  Please submit application indicating the Vacancy Announcement Number along with CV, 3 references and other supporting documents to:


Closing date: 15 August 2014

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