Oxfam in Indonesia Job Vacancy

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Oxfam is a global movement of people who won’t live with the injustice of poverty. Together we save and rebuild lives in disasters. We help people build better lives for themselves. We speak out on the big issues that keep people poor, like inequality, discrimination against women and climate change. And we won’t stop until every person on the planet can live without poverty.

All our work is led by three core values:
Empowerment. Everyone, from our staff and supporters to people living in poverty, should feel they can make change happen.
Accountability. We take responsibility for our actions and hold ourselves accountable. We believe that others should also be held accountable for their actions.
Inclusiveness. We are open to everyone and embrace diversity. We believe everyone has a contribution to make, regardless of visible and invisible differences.

Oxfam in Indonesia is currently seeking qualified candidates to support the organization responding to earthquake and tsunami in Central Sulawesi;What We Are Looking For :
2. GENDER OFFICER - Based in Palu
3. Human Resources Coordinator - Based in Palu

1. PROTECTION OFFICER – Sulawesi Emergency Response.

Support the protection lead in the implementation of stand-alone protection projects and in providing guidance to other OXFAM teams (WASH, EFSVL, and GENDER) and local project partners in mainstreaming protection and gender in the sectoral responses for disaster affected communities


Support Oxfam in Central Sulawesi Emergency Response

3. Human Resources Coordinator

To ensure Oxfam has the management, technical and logistical capacity to scale up and to respond rapidly to Rohingya Refugees Crisis.

1.        PROTECTION OFFICER – Sulawesi Emergency Response.
·        Hold a Bachelor degree in any major
·        At least 2-year experience in humanitarian protection and GBV and/or gender
·        A good understanding of fundamental human rights and humanitarian principles
·        Knowledge of local government structure and INGOs, UN and NGOs in the Central Sulawesi
·        Experience in implementation of humanitarian project activities
·        Experience in working with partners (NGOs and local government)
·        Capacity to critically analyses and articulate protection issues
·        Strong ability to communicate orally and in writing in both Bahasa and English
·        Commitment to Oxfam’s values, including promotion of equality and gender
·        Excellent verbal and communication skills. Fluency in speaking any Central Sulawesi language and dialect.

·        A good understanding of fundamental human rights and humanitarian principles
·        Knowledge of local government structure and INGOs, UN and NGOs,local NGOs who works with Gender/Women issue
·        Experience in implementation of humanitarian project activities
·        Experience working with partners (NGOs and local government)
·        At least 1 year experience in humanitarian protection and GBV and/or gender
·        Experience in capacity building, awareness raising and community mobilisation
·        Understanding of and experience in carrying out participatory assessments, including facilitation of focus group discussions and individual interviews

3.        Human Resources Coordinator
·        Minimum 5 years Significant and relevant HR experience in a generalist HR role. Alongside proven experience of supporting change processes; advising on grievance, disciplinaries and poor performance; recruitment and resourcing; resolution of reward issues and contract management.
·        Previous development or humanitarian work experience, ideally with a similar organisation.
·        Proven experience of managing an HR team with excellent people management skills including the ability to coach, mentor, train and performance manage other HR staff (building relationships in emergency teams and interpersonal awareness).
·        Skills in IT and numeracy for reporting and reward calculations

1.        PROTECTION OFFICER – Sulawesi Emergency Response.
·        Ensure – through, clear weekly and monthly work planning is done with the team and the protection monitoring, and activities in the community centers (women, men and child friendly spaces) are carried out in a timely, effective and technically sound manner.
·        Carry out regular focus group discussions and individual interviews ensuring that issues of women, men, girls, boys and people with special needs are identified and analysed
·        Act as focal point for the identification and referral of vulnerable individuals and people with specific protection needs for adequate assistance while maintaining strict protocols for confidentiality and consent following OXFAM’s SOPs, and that beneficiary or referred persons’ information is protected  
·        Maintain the database of referrals and ensure that information on the response of organisations on the referred cases are obtained
·        Conduct follow-up monitoring visits to ensure that protection services have been provided and needs have been met in an appropriate manner and beneficiary have the opportunity to provide feedback on the assistance received.
·        Ensure dissemination of clear and reliable information on service provision and other selected topics in the community centers
·        Conduct and maintain updated service mapping.
·        Contribute to capacity building of staff, local organization partners, community groups, government partners on protection
·        Support technical teams undertaking risk analyses linked to specific project activities, ensuring that protection concerns are taken into account in project implementation
·        Support gender advisers in promoting gender mainstreaming in the humanitarian response
·        Liaise with relevant local authorities and services providers in order to foster effective collaboration and encourage interest and commitment for the protection of IDPs
·        Prepare weekly protection analysis monitoring reports and monthly project reports  
·        Provide constant feedback to supervisor on progress, lesson learnt, achievements and gaps, issues and problems.

·        Support JMK-OXFAM Partners teams in their work and participate in site visits
·        Conduct regular visits to women and child friendly spaces in IDP sites  
·        Ensure gender activities are in line with Gender Minimum standards in Emergency
·        Carry out training, awareness-raising and capacity building activities with Oxfam staff, partners, local authorities and community members on safe programming and gender mainstreaming
·        Coordinate with local actors to ensure effective programme delivery
·        Participation in local level gender coordination mechanisms
·        Support the development of proposals Gender concerns and aspects  
·        Plan, carry out and report on any specific Gender activities which may be required
·        Carry out regular focus group discussions and individual interviews with women, men, girls, boys and people with special needs to ensure that gender concerns within the target communities and linked to Oxfam’s activities are raised and addressed
·        Support WASH, EFSVL and MEAL teams to ensure that target women, men, girls, boys and people with special needs understand Oxfam’s work and mission and know how to give feedback and make complaints

3.        Human Resources Coordinator
·        Coordination of large scale recruitment – lead on the design and implementation of the recruitment process for National staff during emergency scale up.
·        Programme design and set up - support the programme management team with workforce planning and staffing structures, budgeting and defining country specific policies such as Rest and Recuperation.
·        Management - to lead a country/project level HR team including day to day management; support and coaching; sometimes having to train HR staff who have little previous knowledge or experience.
·        Promote integrated, gender aware humanitarian responses which demonstrate accountability to beneficiaries and are consistent with Oxfam policies and international quality standards.
·        Staff Welfare - support and implement policies, processes and practical solutions to ensure the welfare of staff in an emergency response.
·        Employment law/legal knowledge – analyse local law in different contexts and translate its implications into agency-relevant guidelines.
·        HR systems and management information – embed HR database ways of working within an HR team, and analyse and report on people management issues.
·        HR policy and procedures – adapt existing HR policies and procedures to an emergency context. Advise and support managers on HR policy and practice, in particular management of change, performance management, grievance, discipline and poor performance.
·        Contract management – manage the employment cycle of employees including induction; performance management; terms and conditions of employment; termination; keeping HR records – both manual and electronic up to date.
·        Reward – manage the implementation of grading, pay and terms and conditions policies and processes.  Implement country specific policies related to reward during a first phase humanitarian response.
·        HR team working - To participate actively as a member of a global HR team, working both within country/region HR teams whilst on deployment and within the wider Humanitarian HR Team.

Expression of Interest
If you believe you are the candidate we are looking for, please do apply by sending your complete resume and mention the code of the position on the subject of the email to and Cc. to

The closing date: December 17th, 2018