Lowongan Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Coordinator


One of the Sustainable Development Goals is sustainable development, and the private sector has a critical role in this endeavour.  Corporate sustainability – defined as ‘the delivery of long-term value in economic, social and environmental terms’ – is the most important contribution that business can provide to sustainable development.

It is widely accepted that women's empowerment yields strong economic returns and may be the most critical enabler to achieving a wide range of sustainable development and other objectives. Representing 49.5% of world population, women represent untapped potential resources for accelerating the economic growth.  They are underrepresented in many sectors, including in employment and business opportunities.  It has been reported that the global workforce participation rate of women still averages 50% of the population and the trend is declining over the years for age 15 to 24 years, which is likely linked to expanding educational opportunities at the secondary and tertiary levels.

Business, along with other actors, has a key role to play in advancing gender equality across the workplace, marketplace and community.

Why Indonesia?

Indonesia is a member of the G-20 major economies and its economy is the largest in Southeast Asia. Approximately 52% of the population lives in rural areas.  Although challenges remain in terms of efficiency and outreach, over the years, Indonesia has improved some key areas related to gender inequality, such as health and education, opportunities, voice and agency, and stipulating the necessary legislation for gender mainstreaming.

According to World Bank’ data, female labour force participation in the formal market was 49% in 2015, while male participation reached 83%.  Although Indonesia has achieved good economic growth (averaged 5.35% from 2000 until 2016), to maintain this growth and take more of its people out of poverty, Indonesia must increase workforce participation.

About our organization

Using a business coalition model, eight prominent companies in Indonesia have agreed to form a business coalition for investing in women initiative named Indonesia Business Coalition for Women Empowerment (IBCWE).  The coalition is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to bring together leading private sector companies in Indonesia to commit to gender equality (defined as equal employment opportunity and equal recruitment as well as promotion of women at all levels). The founding members are: (1) Sintesa Group; (2) PT Gajah Tunggal, Tbk; (3) PT Bank Tabungan Pensiun Nasional  - BTPN; (4) PT Pan Brothers, Tbk; (5) PT Accenture; (6) PT Adis Dimension Sportswear; (7) PT Mitra Adi Perkasa, Tbk; (8) PT Unilever, Tbk.

Please visit our website for more detail: www.ibcwe.id

About the position

The MEL Coordinator will support the Business Coalition (BC) and its member firms to generate, learn from, and use credible data to drive workplace gender equality (WGE) improvements in member firms; lead the monitoring and tracking of the BC strategic plan and annual plans; and coordinate reporting on BC progress against these plans to BC management, board and IW. The role will also include monitoring and evaluating discrete BC activities and events; and the secure management of data and knowledge products.

The MEL Coordinator will also assist, on an ad hoc basis, the IW MEL team to capture monitoring and evaluation data across all IW components within Indonesia. This can include assisting with coordination and facilitation of stakeholder interviews, focus group discussions and MEL presentations to a range of stakeholders.  The position will report to the Executive Director, liaising closely with the Investing in Women Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning team, also with Indonesia Country Manager

Key Responsibilities:

Work with the BC to develop a MEL plan for their strategic plan and annual plans, and lead on the monitor and reporting of progress towards achieving these plans.
In consultation with BC team members, maintain project management systems for tracking the BC’s projects, events and activities.
Work with team members to coordinate the BC’s quarterly reporting to IW, as well as other reporting requirements.
Analyse staff survey and HR data from member firms and provide this analysis to the HR team members to support their engagement with the member firms.
Work with HR team members to track firm members’ implementation of WGE Action Plans.
Develop and implement tools for evaluating events and training courses and report findings to the team.
Collate and manage the BC’s knowledge products for easy access.
Prepare and present MEL data within the BC, and as needed to a wider audience.
Working with the IW MEL team coordinate, and participate in, in-country data collection activities such as interviews, focus groups discussions, survey design and learning events. This task cuts across all the IW components.  
Share relevant information from the MEL activities with the BC communications teams for potential use as communication material.
Identify key learnings from implementation, investigate the push and pull factors influencing successes or failures, and provide recommendations to BC and IW.
Work closely with Comms team in developing key lessons, most significant changes and good practices into communication products that can be disseminated to members and public.
Support BC and IW in identifying research topics that will strengthen BC and IW works on WGE and shifting gender norms.
Requirements & Competencies

Having Bachelor Degree (S1), majoring in statistic, HR management and/or organizational development
At least five years experience in project management and expertise in project management software (e.g. Wrike), preferably within the private sector, or within development programs.
Experience with data analysis and reporting (e.g..using Excel, SPSS, Stata, Powerpoint)
Experience in organising or facilitating workshops and participatory learning events, and knowledge of evaulation and participation apps (e.g. Slido, Poll Everywhere)
Demonstrated record of delivering M&E or reporting products to schedule and budget with limited supervision.
Proficiency in English and Bahasa Indonesia; demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills
Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work well in multicultural environment.
Having conceptual and analytical thinking to identify key issues, underlying problems, and how they relate
Generates creative, practical approaches to overcome challenging situations

Understanding of good practice quantiative and qualitative data collection methods, including quantitative surveys, semi-structured interviews and focus group discussions.
Experience of supporting human resource development, diversity and inclusion, and/or organisational change processes in the private sector will be an advantage.
Terms of offer

IBCWE is an equal opportunity employer and offers a collegial and gender-sensitive working environment. This is a NATIONAL POSITION and will be for an initial period of 1 (one) year, renewable subject to assessment of performance, continued relevance of the position and availability of resources.

How to apply

Applications for the position must include:

A cover letter illustrating your suitability for the position against the listed requirements and salary expectations
Detail curriculum vitae, including names and addresses of three referees, including telephone, fax numbers and email addresses.
All correspondence should be addressed to Indonesia Business Coalition for Women Empowerment via email: ibcwe.recruitment@gmail.com and should indicate “Application for IBCWE MEL Coordinator” on the application letter and email subject.

Applications will be considered until a suitable candidate is identified and selected.  Please note that only short-listed applicants meeting the above requirements will be contacted.

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