The overall objective of the Anti-Stigma Project is to increase number of people being tested for HIV and the number of people receiving continuous HIV-STD comprehensive care.
The role of the Project Manager is primarily to provide strategic leadership, planning and implementation for project activities; and to ensure the quality of the project reflects ADRA Indonesia’s key values.
Project Manager is responsible for the management, administration and support of the advocacy initiative through research, study, education and campaigning. The role involves a high degree of communication, policy analysis and community mobilization. S/he will have to provide regular reports to Program Director and to maintain a high standard of work in all project components.
· Strong organization and self-motivation skills.
· Ability to use innovation and creativity, while possessing a high level of integrity.
· Possess good interpersonal and communication skills in order to maintain acceptable working relationship with peer-groups and key stakeholders.
· Proven management, coordination and networking abilities, with a minimum of three (3) years working experience in managing projects related to HIV/AIDS.
· A university degree in Public Health, or other relevant area (such as health promotion, social science or development).
· Ability to work well under pressure when necessary, while maintaining high quality results.
· Ability to accurately manage project funds in accordance with the established guidelines and policies.
· Strong skills in managing interviewers and data analysis.
· Ability to be a team player inthe empowerment process.
· Good English language skills
· Preference for candidates from West Papua and candidates who demonstrate an affinity and solidarity with those living with HIV and AIDS.
Project Manager will manage peer-support groups, key stakeholders for capacity building activities, FGDs and build solidarity between PLHIV. These activities contribute to the project goal: to increase the number of people being tested for HIV and the number of people receiving continuous HIV-STD comprehensive care. S/he, with the support of administrative staff is responsible to manage day-to-day operations (administration, finance, procurement, reporting) of the office as well as to monitor the progress of project in the field. To ensure the project meets the outcomes and goal, the Project Manager is required to conduct the following main tasks:
1. Conduct baseline survey, training, FGDs and survey on index stigma and discrimination with PLHIV and assist PLWHIV to document their experiences, feelings and expectations
2. Provide sound evidence for policy and program interventions with key stakeholders and follow-up on action plans
3. Manage community education; campaign through edutainment and the community task-force for community-based testing and counseling.
4. Project cost control: manage the project and take charge of maintaining expenditure within the contractual budget and scheduled guidelines and ensuring the project assets are kept safely.
5. Preparing monthly activity reports and annual reports for country office/donor; all reports provided and submitted are in English.
All applications will be treated confidentially. Please submit your application and CV) in English, no later than October 4, 2017 by e-mail to:
Subject of the e-mail: AntiStigma-PM
Important: CV file not exceeding 200 kb
Only short-listed candidates will be notified and invited for interviews. ADRA Indonesia gives equal opportunity of employment regardless of race, gender or religion.