Program Support Officer (PSO) – 2 Positions

The Australia-Indonesia Partnership for Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment (MAMPU Phase II) aims to address key issues affecting poor women in accessing, controlling, participating and enjoying fulfilment from policies and development programs in five thematic areas as follows:

  1. a)         Improving access to GOI’s social protection programs;
  2. b)         Improving conditions of employment and removing workplace discrimination;
  3. c)         Improving conditions for women’s overseas labour migration;
  4. d)         Improving women’s health and nutritional status;
  5. e)         Reducing violence against women.

The Program will increase capacity of civil society partners; expand the network organisations working on gender equality; better position all of our partners to exert greater influence on key areas of government policy; and expand reach among poor women at the grassroots level. Further the Program will harnesses work of phase I to generate policy change that leads to widespread impact for poor women in Indonesia.

MAMPU is looking for a Program Support Officer (PSO) who will be responsible to provide various forms of procurement, administrative and logistics assistance to MAMPU program staff, MAMPU thematic experts, MAMPU technical advisers, and other stakeholders in her/his thematic areas. The PSOs will ensure that office systems and logistics support function in an efficient, effective and dependable fashion and in accordance with the procedures and guidelines laid out in the MAMPU Administration Manual.

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(Link to see the Terms of Reference)

Applications including a cover letter that illustrates why you fit the position and current CV with 3 referees should be sent in confidence to by Monday, 5 August 2019 noting the title of applied position in the subject line. Candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. We thank all applicants, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

“MAMPU is a child-safe organisation. We have strong recruitment procedures to make sure the safest and most suitable people work with the children in our programs.”

“MAMPU also encourage people with disabilities and from other diverse backgrounds to apply. We do not discriminate based on disability.”

Deadline: 01 January 1970