The Indonesian Tuberculosis Strategic Partnership Foundation or Stop TB Partnership Indonesia (STPI) believes that the elimination of tuberculosis (TB) in Indonesia is achieved if it is based on a strong partnership between government, private and community elements. Since its establishment as a Foundation in 2018, STPI has initiated cross-sectoral advocacy efforts for national TB policies, built a governance model for handling TB across sectors in districts and villages, and campaigned for TB issues in social media and mass media.
STPI is looking for a Technical Officer Advocacy who will work under the Program Manager in the organization’s to do advocacy efforts. Responsibilities will include from researching, preparing, conducting the advocacy work to relevant stakeholders.
Job position: Advocacy Officer
Direct Report: Program Manager
Status: Temporary Staff (LOE 100%)
Duration: 12 months
Working Hours: 40 hours/week
Educational Background – Bachelor/Master Degree in Public Health, Psychology, Development Studies, Management, Sociology, and Social Work
Work Experience – At least 3 years of work experience including in civil society organizations/non-profit organizations focusing in advocacy (preferably on tuberculosis)
in district or national level.
Holds at least a bachelor’s degree in public health/Medicine/psychology, or social sciences relevant with advocacy.
Min. 3 years of experience for develop advocacy document (policy brief, policy memo, press release, etc) and experience on analysis Knowledge in qualitative analysis will advantage.
Relevant experience conducted the advocacy network with multi stakeholders at provincial and national level.
Proven understanding and experience in planning and implementing organizational events.
Proven work experience demonstrating above-average interpersonal and, both verbal and written, communications skills
Proven understanding and experience in planning and implementing advocacy activities.
Excellent technical skills in writing, editing, and formatting using MS Software (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and others;
Ability to analyse, evaluate, and present clearly information from various resources to internal and external stakeholders;
Demonstrate good understanding and knowledge of qualitative and quantitative methods in researching and/or monitoring and evaluation of public health interventions;
Ability to communicate strategically in writing and verbally in Bahasa Indonesia and English;
Ability to work as a part of a team and take initiative to achieve assigned team objective;
Demonstrate good basic budgetary skills and ability to work within allocated resources;
Preference: Have good knowledge about advocacy, Indonesia’s governance system, and community-led monitoring, gender, and human rights in public health.
Uphold integrity and respect for diversity and equality
Aim to achieve optimal results and impact.
Meaningful collaboration with partners and stakeholders
Promote leveraging innovations.
Purposeful in accounting for progress and achievement
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Developing and implementing the advocacy cultivation to mobilize resources supporting the advocacy plan according to the foundation’s strategy.
Collecting the data related policies on TB and analyse and develop plan to fulfil the gaps to optimize the achieving TB elimination 2030 in Indonesia.
Supporting the Program team in assignments tasked by supervisor.
Duties and responsibilities (with estimated time allocation per week):
1. Developing and implementing advocacy strategy/activities according to the foundation’s strategy (60%)
Responsible to develop advocacy strategy/plan and link with multi stakeholders on TB Program in Indonesia that aligns with the organization’s programmes and values.
Responsible in implementing advocacy activities in accordance with STPI advocacy strategy/plan, which are carried out at National, Provinces, Districts, and village levels.
Responsible to develop and maintain the policies tracker dashboard for Tuberculosis in Indonesia.
Responsible to collect data, analyse and develop the advocacy document (policy brief, policy memo, press releases, etc).
Facilitating the STPI in cross-teams discussion to identify, develop, and complete high-quality advocacy input for all project that aligns with the organization’s mission, vision, and values.
Responsible in monitoring progress of advocacy plan to inform the organization’s decision-making process.
2. Supporting and strengthening the Advocacy networks at National, districts
and village, accordance with STPI’s Advocacy Strategy. (20%)
Responsible to build and maintain effective relationships with multi stakeholders, particularly government, parliamentarians, activists, and CSO/Patients organization networks.
Responsible to develop and maintain the advocacy channels that are in line with organization objectives.
Represent the organization in advocacy activities with a positive manner and effectively by processes that are transparent to the public and accountable to prospective donors.
3. Supporting the Program team in assignments tasked by supervisor (20%)
Supporting the Program team in maintaining and strengthening relations with key funding partners and other external stakeholders
Contributing in developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluation of the Advocacy strategy as part of the organization’s strategic plan as well as reporting to supervisor
Coordinating with other divisions include MERL in the organization around organization’s activities
Assisting the team in identifying, developing, and to implementing the STPI’s Program/activities.
Involve in developing the program and proposal for organizations
Reporting activities and arising issues to supervisor regularly in a timely
CV with a contact list of referees needs to be received by STPI no later than Sunday, August 13th, 2023 via email at firstname.lastname@example.org dan cc: email@example.com with email subject: Full Name – Advocacy Officer.
Only candidates will go through recruitment process; administrative selection and CV assessment, Interview and written test, reference checking and offering.
Stop TB Partnership Indonesia is an institution that opens equal opportunities for everyone. Applicants may not be discriminated against because of race, religion, gender, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, skin color and/or marital status.
Applicants with Disabilities: Stop TB Partnership accommodates applicants with disabilities, where eligible applicants with disabilities can participate in the application process. Please notify us in writing of any special needs at the time of application.