Project Manager & Membership Officer

at ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights
Published November 20, 2022
Location Jakarta, Indonesia
Category Management  
Job Type Full Time  

Description

APHR is looking to hire a Project Manager and Membership Officer who will be responsible for planning, coordination, implementation, and monitoring of strategic initiatives and project activities of the Norway MFA funded project 2023-2025. She/he will also support the strengthening of APHR’s membership and engagement with ASEAN entities and stakeholders in collaboration with the Programs and Media & Advocacy teams

Contract duration: 12 months (with 3 months’ probation)

Location: Remote, preferably in Southeast Asian capitals.

Line Management: The Project Manager and Membership Officer will report directly to the Executive Director.

Main duties and responsibilities:

Project Management and M&E

Draft and finalize project concept papers and budgets before activity implementation;
Implement the project activities and ensure that these operate within the policies and procedures of the organization and donor policies;
Draft and finalize the annual and quarterly work plans, budgets and all other relevant reports;
Liaise and coordinate with staff and members to ensure effective and efficient project implementation;
Monitor the results framework to measure and assess the progress and results of the project activities;
Report project activities and issues to management and donors on a regular basis;
Develop and maintain a network of contacts with rights holders, civil society, international organisations, government, and other key stakeholders and beyond relevant to the portfolio and identify potential collaboration; and
Attend relevant meetings, briefings, events, conferences and lectures on behalf of APHR;
Membership Relations and Engagement

Support the coordination and organization of membership drives and engagement activities including drafting of membership strategy plans;
Maintain and update the membership database and reports;
Provide regular updates to Board Members on the status of Members’ applications;
Support the management and improvement of the APHR membership and partners database and information system with support from National Focal Points;
Manage the member life-cycle i.e. member registrations, new member communications and onboarding, member support administration and other services;
Lead and coordinate membership initiatives and activities including organizing the annual members forum and national caucus events and planning;
Collaborate with National Focal Points on country and national caucus events and membership drives; and
Provide inputs to Advocacy and Campaigns Officers on members’ profiles, interests and background to support program activities and workshops.

Education

Bachelor’s degree in related field

Experience

Minimum of 4 years experience in development work or with a regional CSO preferably in Southeast Asia;

Experience in the development and implementation of programs and projects on democracy and human rights related issues

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