Indonesian Business Coalition On Aids Vacancy: Training Coordinator - Jakarta


The Indonesian Business Coalition (IBCA) is a non-profit, politically neutral, voluntary association of businesses operating in Indonesia, working together to adopt best practices in the fight against HIV and AIDS. IBCA is organizing a private sector response to the growing HIV and AIDS problem in Indonesia and assist company employers to develop and implement comprehensive workplace HIV and AIDS programs.

POSITION TITLE: Training Coordinator
SUPERVISOR: Executive Director
DURATION: 1 Year (with possible extension)

  • Under the overall guidance and supervision of Executive Director, the Training Coordinator will be responsible for following terms of reference:
  • Implement IBCA's program strategy and plan, agreed by IBCA Board and Technical Committee.
  • Develop IBCA policy and position statements on key HIV AND AIDS issues affecting the private sector and work
  • Provide high level advice to employers to develop non-discriminatory workplace policies and to deliver effective, affordable workplace training programs, in line with international best practices.
  • Lead and train the service providers on the set program menu.
  • Promote awareness of HIV AND AIDS as a workplace issue through the IBCA members by effective training program.
  • Coordinate the work place program systematically and effectively.
  • Coordinate the services provided by chapters. 
  • Be a mentor for master trainers and guide them on working with companies.
  • Represent IBCA on appropriate government and other committees (related to IBCA programs and products),
  • Lead the Advocacy and Communications implementation plan.
  • Develop a work plan including budget and timeline and implement it.
  • Prepare half yearly reports and present it to the Chairperson for approval.
  • Manage, supervise, mentor and develop Program Unit staff.
  • Any other business as required by the Founder's Board.
  • University Degree preferably in public health or other related field; 
  • At least 3-5 years of experience in the design and implement health program in development projects implemented by national/international NGOs/UN bodies/ Government
  • Experience in develop curriculum and module about  HIV and AIDS or Reproduction Health issues; 
  • Experience in organize meetings/training/workshops/conferences and in deliver training & discussion;
  • Experience in deliver creative learning to adult 
  • Experience of working on health, HIV and AIDS issues, Reproduction Health or other relevant health development issues.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English.
  • Ability to go beyond established practices and models and to propose new approaches which expand the scope of IBCA effectiveness work in Indonesia 
  • Builds strong relationships with IBCA clients and external actors and association with regional and international entities working on same issues.
  • Demonstrate capacity to plan, prioritize and deliver tasks on time to meet goals in a highly pressured environment.
  • Proven skills to work in a team and communicate in a multi-cultural environment
  • Ability to respond flexibly to country needs and generate innovative, practical solutions to challenging situations.
  • Excellent networking, communication, negotiation, analytical and organizational skills.
  • Advanced computer skills in common office programs (Word, Excel Power- Point, etc). Knowledge of Data Base will be an added advantage.
  • Innovative and creative in organizing the trainings. 
  • Willing to travel in relations to organize training for company’s members.
  • Willing to work under pressure and tight schedules.
  • Demonstrates integrity by modeling the Human Resource values and ethical standards.
  • Promotes the strategic goals and objectives of IBCA.
  • Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality, age sensitivity and HIV positive colleagues.
  • Treats all people fairly regardless of their HIV Status, without favoritism.
To submit your application, please send a cover letter describing why you are most suitable for the position attaching your latest CV to not later than 2 weeks after this advertisement. (21 Mar 2016)