VACANCY: Generation-G Project Officer


Full time-Service Contract with possibility extension, Jakarta based, 1 (One) Position.

Rutgers WPF Indonesia is a not for profit organization that has been working in Indonesia since 1997.  Our work focuses on advancing the fulfilment of sexual and reproductive health rights for adolescents and young people, and the elimination of gender-based violence. Together with our partners, we develop intervention models to increase knowledge and strengthen systems that promote, uphold, and fulfil human rights.  We develop comprehensive sexual and reproductive health education and services for adolescents and young people.  Together with our partners, we innovate to engage boys and men in the elimination of gender and sexuality-based violence.

To ensure sustainable changes, we join efforts with key actors in non-government sectors, faith-based organizations, and professional associations, to strengthen the Government of Indonesia’s efforts to combat violence against women and children.  Most importantly, we partner with young people to address issues that matter in their lives.     

About Generation Gender (Gen G) Project

The project expected to see: Indonesian gender-just and violence-free society that are inclusive and supportive to youth (men, women and other intersectional groups). It is expected that Indonesian society has sufficient awareness and mindset about gender justice and GBV prevention, to be more open and inclusive to youth, providing more safe spaces and access to resources and assistance. The expectations are the ultimate outcome which will be supported by three long term outcomes; Public Support, Public Policy and CSO strengthening. 

Rutgers WPF Indonesia is currently looking for a committed and enthusiastic candidate for the following position:

Position Summary:

The PO is based in Jakarta and reports directly to the Project Manager of Gen G. More detail about Gen G program can be accessed to this link:

The position roles include as grant manager for three implementing partners working under Gen G Program. Specific responsibilities of the Project Officer include but are not limited to:

Primary Duties and Responsibilities are:

To assist in developing work plans and budgets along with the Project Manager;

Together with the Project Manager monitors the implementation of the program by partner organizations on an ongoing basis;

To support Project Manager in monitoring and analyzing results both quantitative and qualitative;

Together with Project Manager identify and evaluate potential risks related to the activity of the program and take necessary steps to improve;

Communicate closely with Project Managers, Project Team, PMEL team, and Finance Team on results an analysis of results program performance;

To support Project Manager in providing technical assistance to partner organizations regarding the implementation of the program, 

To ensure all partner’s plans are in line with program result chain formulated;

To perform other tasks to achieve project results with the direction and coordination of the Project Manager, i.e.:

Have strong experiences in formulating work plans, TORs, and report documents as well as analyse those documents from partners or third parties and provide feedback for them.

To ensure all activities are carried out with good quality standards, follow the procedure and administrative aspects and time manner

To assist and inform Project Manager regularly about the achievements and gaps of the program and financial implementation based workplan and budget and then discuss the technical steps that need to be done as follow up actions

To ensure all project documents (workplan, TOR, report, etc) are made and archived with quality standards and follows the procedures 

Skills and Competencies:

Self-driven, able to work independently with minimum supervision

Analytical and strategic thinking

Energetic and inspiring personality, excellent communication skills

Commitment to fulfil SRHR and SGBV

Value and respect for Gender Diversity and Human Rights 

Contribute to the learning organization

Optimist (can do-attitude), Persuasive, being able to create and maintain good relations with project partners (good networker)

Competent team player, conscious about different cultural environments / valuing sensitivity

Have passion to do managerial and administrative works

Commit to work with good quality standards and time manner

Result based mindset



Education and Experience: 


Bachelor degree in health / public health / education; and/or other social science.

Minimum 4 years’ experience in Youth, Gender Equality, community empowerment issues, and development program, Experience in male and boys involvement and its advocacy work is advantageous. 

Good working knowledge of result-based management,

Understanding of development issues and programs.

Fluency in Bahasa Indonesia and English (verbal and written) 




The application can be submitted by e-mail to: by indicating the position: Project Officer Gen G. The application deadline will be on 13 December 2020.  


Only shortlisted candidates will be notified and Rutgers will ensure those candidates have no such record related to code of conduct issues.


Rutgers Indonesia is an organization that enforces a code of ethics to prevent fraud and violence against women and children. Tracing of records of violations will be carried out carefully.