Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Lowongan NGO - IOM : Peace Building Project Assistant II

IOM is looking for Peace Building Project Assistant II according
to the terms of reference below. Interested applicants are invited to apply by
submitting their application to hrbandaaceh@ iom.int not later than 1 May 2009 indicating
the reference code below and job title. All candidates are requested to specify
their availability date in the application form. Please note that only
short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Reference Code : SVN/IDI/2009/ 028
Job Title : Peace Building Project Assistant II
Duty Station : Banda Aceh, Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, Indonesia
Classification : Employee, Grade 5
Estimate Starting Date : 11 May 2009

General Functions:

Under the direct supervision of the Reintegration Officer of the Post Conflict and
Reintegration Program (PCRP) in close coordination with the Peace-building Specialist
(for PCRP) and the Information Officer (at IOM Jakarta), and the overall
guidance of the Program Coordinator, the successful candidate will be
responsible for coordinating and Implementing public information, public
relations, and peace-building media strategies in support of the PCRP. In
particular s/he will:

1. Technically assisting the Peace-building Specialist in developing an
information and awareness campaign to explain the aims and targets of the
“Program for Peace Building Assistance in Conflict-affected Communities in
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam” to local government, clients and their communities.
This anticipates a strong public outreach mechanism that manages communities
and clients’ expectations.

2. Working with other ICRS staff and local partners in the districts of Bener
Meriah, Bireuen, Lhokseumawe, Kutacane, Takengon and Tapaktuan, including
community based organizations (CBOs) and civil society organizations (CSOs), to
produce and direct the production of peace-building media, which may include
print media, interactive radio programming, etc: the aim is to reinforce and
discuss key ideas and messages of the program in an interactive and
participative manner.

4. Edit, Format and link all photographs and captions/quote received from the
field into the interactive ‘Flash’ program’s Photo section; edit, convert and
link power-point information into the Information section; convert and link all
audio and video materials into the Audio and Video sections; obtain and link
each months Tingkap news tabloid into the Tingkap section;

5. Bi-weekly synchronization of all six information kiosks in the field;

6. Based on specific information display needs of each field office area and
overall ICRS program foci, develop relevant display banners and wall-papers for
each field office.

7. Timely completion of monthly design for the public display billboards and
ensuring the service provider makes the changes simultaneously in Banda Aceh
and all other six regions with minimum possible delays;

8. Timely completion of monthly design for Tingkap newspaper stands at key
supermarkets and governmental offices in ICRS work areas;

9. Editing table assistance in the production of video documentaries and ICRS Client
video documentary production;

10. Preparing PowerPoint presentations for projecting programs reflecting field
information in the form of tables, graphs, photos with narrations for public
and official viewing and to identify specific information promotion needs;

11. Development of relevant audiovisual materials and precise technical
arrangements of visuals during press conferences, public forums, official
meetings and other ICRS program related activities highlighting the key
features and purpose of the ICRS program under the banner of a common identity.

12. Maintain constant contact with the five ICRS Field Coordinators and their
respective staff, especially the database assistant to obtain timely
photographs with captions/quotes of all major stages of ICRS field activities
and events. Collaboratively design Microsoft power-point versions of all

13. Prepare regular implementation reports and project progress reporting as

14. Assist staff designated to PCRP information and media activities.

15. Perform other duties as may be assigned.

Desirable Qualifications:
A minimum of one year relevant experience in information and reporting capacities
with an International or relevant national agency/organization or media outlet
is highly desirable. Experience in writing and designing promotional/ media
materials, and working with community and commercial broadcast media (eg. print,
radio, television). Proficient at photography, including editing via Photoshop
(or other relevant program) and publishing design via Publisher (or other
relevant program) highly desirable. Proficient at videography, including
editing and production will be an exceptional bonus although not mandatory. The
ability to work on Mac based editing software’s will be an added advantage.
Previous work experience with Aceh and familiarity with peace-building and
reintegration issues pertaining to the ongoing peace process a distinct
advantage. Strong organizational skills, drive for results and effective people
skills with a demonstrated track record working effectively with colleagues
from linguistically and culturally diverse backgrounds will be highly
Thorough knowledge of Bahasa Indonesia and spoken English at a conversational level is

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