Rabu, 14 Agustus 2013

Australia-Asia Partnership to Combat Trafficking in Persons (AAPTIP)

Australia-Asia Partnership to Combat Trafficking in Persons (AAPTIP)
National Monitoring and Evaluation and Information Officer – Indonesia
Terms of Reference 
Development Aid: the ‘development’ context
The Australia-Asia Program to Combat Trafficking in Persons (AAPTIP) builds on the experience and established partnerships developed through two predecessor projects, Asia Regional Cooperation to Prevent People Trafficking (ARCPPT: 2003-2006) and the Asia Regional Trafficking in Persons Project (ARTIP: 2006-2013), both of which were managed by Cardno. AAPTIP will continue the focus on the prosecution pillar of anti-trafficking.

The overall goal of AAPTIP is to reduce the incentives and opportunities for trafficking of persons in the ASEAN region. AAPTIP will operate at both the regional and national level and will provide support to the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) by working with the ASEAN Secretariat (ASEC); Regional Bodies in the domain of anti-human trafficking; and with individual Partner Countries - Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Vietnam and the Philippines. AAPTIP will consolidate regional and national capacity to sustain effective criminal justice contributions to tackle trafficking in persons. 

Summary of Role

The National Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) and Information Officer will provide technical assistance and strategic direction to the National Technical Working Groups and national committees in their country. Working with the local partners and the Regional Monitoring and Evaluation Adviser, the National M&E and Information Officer will contribute to the measurement, monitoring and evaluation and information for all programs undertaken by AAPTIP in their country. He or she will ensure that there is consistency in the objectives and success indicators of programs and will be able to develop and complete relevant reports against outcomes in a timely way for his or her country. He or she will deliver capacity building, mentoring, technical advice and training relating to monitoring and evaluation and information related to management of this anti-human trafficking project in their country. He or she will liaise with the main partners (boundary partners) in
the country including the Technical Working Groups and National Committees. He or she will liaise with other staff in the local office and work to ensure that M&E is part of an integrated and collaborative approach to AAPTIP implementation in their country. 
Specific Duties: 

>     Provide monitoring and evaluation and information related technical assistance to support the monitoring and evaluation reporting needs of the program in their country; 
>     Facilitate regional meetings, learning forums and other similar events in their country related to drawing together key partners to agree on monitoring and evaluation indicators; 
>     Liaise with the Regional Victim-Witness Support Adviser and Gender Adviser to ensure that gender and victim issues are incorporated into monitoring and evaluation capacity building and development of indicators for their country; 
>     Review performance indicators and help strengthen them wherever possible; 
>     Set up operational arrangements for collecting, analysing and reporting on project outputs and outcomes and plan capacity building initiatives in their country; 
>     Support linkages between regional and national monitoring and evaluation activities and link national activities with other countries; 
>     Liaise closely with key partners, especially TWG members as they develop their national annual work plans; 
>     Write and coach others to write performance indicators; 
>     Ensure compliance with core AusAID policies, including but not limited to Disability and Child Protection Policy; and 
>     Other duties as directed by either the Regional Monitoring and Evaluation Adviser or the Country Program Coordinator. 
Core Competence Required: 

>     Knowledge and experience in designing and implementing monitoring and evaluation systems that are simple and in line with the capacity and resources available to implement such systems; 
>     Extensive knowledge and experience working in their target country, ideally with experience working with government; 
>     Substantial knowledge and experience in facilitating implementation teams to identify outcome and output level indicators and measure progress against them; 
>     Demonstrated knowledge and experience in monitoring and evaluation capacity building, especially in the justice system and ideally in the area of human trafficking; 
>     Demonstrated experience in the design, delivery and revision of information programs related to monitoring and evaluation including knowledge of data collection, data analysis of data and interpretation and dissemination of research results; 
>     Demonstrated capacity to understand how to incorporate gender sensitive, victim-centered and rights-based perspectives into monitoring and evaluation and information management; 
>     Highly developed interpersonal skills complemented by sound written and verbal communication skills; and 
>     Competent information technology skills. 
>     Fluency in the national language and demonstrated competency in English is mandatory; 
>     Post-secondary or tertiary qualifications in a field relevant to monitoring and evaluation are highly desirable; and 
>     Experience developing monitoring and evaluation systems or strategies within a criminal justice system in Asia are desirable. 
Position Status
This position is a locally engaged position.
Full-time (2 year contract) 
How to Apply
To apply for this position please email applications that address the Core Competencies and a current CV, quoting the relevant job title to the Recruitment Manager attip.recruitment@cardno.com
Please also provide 2 professional referees. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. 
Cardno is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to Child Protection in all fields. Successful applicants may be required to provide a police clearance certificate.
Closing date for applications is 5pm (Jakarta time), 2 September 2013. Late applications will not be considered.

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