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program in Jakarta that provides protection, access to basic services
(health, education, psychosocial support) and capacity building to
vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers living in the Greater Jakarta
assessment. The incumbent will be the main focal point to oversee the
activities conducted for psychosocial care, the unaccompanied minors
(UAM) and SGBV This position will assist the Program Manager in conducting
research and write new project proposals for submission to donors.
skills. An ability to be flexible in working with refugees from various
background and as part of team is essential.
- Work closely with other Program Officers, and advocate for remedies
and solutions to psychosocial and protection issues faced by refugees
and vulnerable asylum seekers.
- Assess psychosocial and protection needs and identify problems/gaps,
risk and vulnerabilities, including those related to gender and age.
Propose/priorities initiatives to reduce these risks and increase the
- Overseeing the overall management and operation of UAM temporary shelters in coordination with concerned staff.
- Supervising the Child Protection Officer, Social Workers and
Assessors and provide them with professional guidance and coaching on
carrying out their functions
- Ensure presence in refugees centre trough regular visits in order
to monitor the needs of the refugees related to psychological support
- Actively engage the refugees in the development of psychosocial
activities and use available resources within the target population.
- Ensure referral mechanisms are established for referring Refugees
with potential mental/psychosocial health problems or any other general
health issues to the appropriate health care service providers in the
- Provide basic counselling and implementation of psychosocial
activities where needed, possible and appropriate in a scheduled manner
including specific educational activities addressing the identified
- Responsible for all activities related to UAM issues, including
tailoring and supervising attractive programs, supervising their needs
and coordinate it with related program officers when required.
- Provide advise and assist Program Manager in any related to psychosocial areas when required
- Acting as Officer in Charge to PURE Program in the absence of Program Manager
- Lead all activities relating to the prevention, identification and response to SGBV cases/issues.
- Ensure the implementation of the SGBV SOP and coordinate for
multi-sectoral assistance for the survivors of SGBV ensuring the safety
and dignity of survivors and their families.
- Engage refugee community – including refugee leaders, community
groups and individuals – using participatory methods in SGBV prevention
and response activities, from planning, development and implementation
through to evaluation
- Provide inputs to the Program Manager with regards to staff
performance and development, especially those under supervision of
Deputy Program Manager.
Ensure the communication and exchange information between all staff/unit are being done properly
- Acting as person in charge during the absence of the Program Manager
- Assist Program Manager in preparing/editing/analyzing reports, proposals and budgets concerning the project.
- Assist and collaborate with Program Manager in preparing different papers and presentation materials of the program.
- Assisting Program Manger in monitoring and evaluating the implementation
of program according to the plans and activities.
- Assist Program Manager in preparing the monitoring and evaluation tools
- Communicate and coordinate with Program Manager on all of project and human resources issues
- Communicate and coordinate with finance’s staff on financial issues of the projects
- Communicate and coordinate with other Program Officers on programmatic issues
- Communicate and coordinate with Administration staff on
administration issues, such us coordination on vehicles requirement when
traveling to project sites
- Do other tasks related to the PURE project implementation as requested by the Program Manager.
- Bachelor Degree (Master Degree preferable) in Psychology, or other relevant field.
- Ability to work in a cultural and gender-sensitive manner,
respecting diversity in its all forms, including religious minorities,
socio-economic situation, sexual orientation and ethnicity.
- Ability to interact and communicate with wide range of stakeholders (NGO networks, government institutions and refugees)
- Positive and professional attitude, able to organise, maintain
composure and prioritize work under pressure, work overtime when
necessary and be able to coordinate multiple tasks
- Works well in and promotes teamwork, comfortable in a multi-cultural environment, flexible and able to handle pressure well.
- Possess computer skills, including internet-based communication/
and various office applications (Microsoft Words, Excel and Power
- Fluency in English and Bahasa Indonesia is essential. Knowledge of Dari/Farsi/Arabic/Urdu will be an added advantage.
- Minimum of three years’ experience working with IDP/refugees or any humanitarian program.
- Proven experience in project management and managing diverse teams,
- Good interpersonal skills with ability to motivate both staff and local partners/community/refugees
- Abilities to provide capacity building/training on psychosocial,
SGBV, vulnerability assessment for staff and refugee representatives
- Significant skill in project reporting/proposals, budgets and documentation/database.
- Good interpersonal, communication and leadership skills