Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organization for children. We work in 120 countries. We save children’s lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfill their potential. We work together, with our partners, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. We have over two million supporters worldwide and raised 1.6 billion dollars last year to reach more children than ever before, through programs in health, nutrition, education, protection and child rights, also in times of humanitarian crises.

By mid-2013 most of our international programs will be delivered through a merged operation with 14 000 staff, managed through seven regional hubs and reporting to a relatively small, central office. We’re changing to become more efficient, more aligned, a better partner, a stronger advocate, a magnet for world-class people and relevant for the 21st century.

Save the Children has worked in Indonesia since 1976 to promote health and nutrition, education, child protection, livelihoods, and emergency preparedness and response. Save the Children has grown enormously in the country and today we operate in 13 provinces across Indonesia. Our program in Indonesia has made significant progress at the national policy level. Through the better living, Education, Nutrition and Development (BLEND) Project, and LINK (Livelihood to Improve Nutrition for Kids), Save the Children will develop local capacity in Bender Meriah’s to cover four sub districts and with Early Child Development (ECD) and Maternal and Child Health (MCH), Livelihood and Nutrition services to children and their mother. The program will strengthen and improve the quality of existing posyandus, schools, and initiate new services in villages also work to build the capacity of existing ECD, Primary schools, Agriculture and training for teachers and equipping the facilities with needed educational and health, agriculture materials. Currently Save the Children immediately need experienced staffs to be part of our BLEND & LINK program team and will be based in Bener Meriah, Aceh.

The position we are looking for are:


1.    Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant LINK program (code: M&E Asst – BM) – 1 post, based in Bener Meriah


She/he will work under the direct supervision of the Project Coordinator to provide day to day coordination in services in target villages and mobilize communities / local government to support sustainable services S/he will be engaged in research and M & E activities which will inform project plan for each of the target locations.

Job Responsibilities:

1.      Facilitate planning, organization and management;

-      Assist to design and implementation of all M & E activities related to the MCH and ECD, health and Nutrition’s and livelihood/agriculture components of BLEND and LINK Project.

-      Assist  the process of determining based on the assessment.

-      Assist develop M & E plan, produce regular plans for the activities aiming to the develop the project indicator.

-      Closely monitor implementation of the project work-plan by staff are appropriately implemented and meet the needs of project target document requirements.

-      Assist to produce regular progress report highlighting achievement against plans, challenges to implementation and recommendations for the component performance improvement and monthly report summary.

2.      Track financial performance of activities (management, expenditure, etc);

-      Assist in coming up with yearly, quarterly and monthly plan/requirement for the health (Nutrition) component.

-      Develop monthly cash projection and review monthly budget versus actual.

3.      Facilitate capacity building of community and stakeholders;

-      Assist in identify capacity gaps for beneficiaries, group of community and line government partnership of the program (DHC, DAO, DEO, etc).

-      In direction by the coordinator, conduct or collaboration with other officers to strengthen the community and health worker capacity in health or/Nutrition interventions such as workshop, serial trainings, regular coaching and campaign/promotion activities.

-      Ensuring the communities, posyandu cadres, ECD/kindergarten and primary school members’ ability to participate and contribute in kind to their development process.

4.      Provide technical support;

-      Advice on / ensure timely procurement of the right type, specification and quantity of supplies for livelihood and health provision activities.

-      In collaboration with the other officers, ensuring to prepare all of administration procedure support document such as vehicle utility procedure, purchase request / requisition and others.

-      Provide closely approach and communication with community leader and key stakeholders.

5.      Monitoring, evaluation and documentation of livelihood and health activities.

-      With the other officers, contribute on regular monitoring and evaluation of the health /nutrition program activities in villages working areas.

-      Conduct visits to sampled beneficiaries to asses performance of intervention in coordination with line local government partnership.

-      Provide the health activity and monthly report, consolidate all of data program requirement to develop quarterly, annual and project report.

-      Track progress of key indicator for strategy objective against the benchmarks and ensure information is provide to  M & E for updating database in timely manner.

-      Provide the documentation of activities through photos, short movie, etc.

-      To follow of advice Project Coordinator on issues that may affect the progress of activities under this component on time.

6.      All stakeholders are aware of LINK program through networking, collaboration and coordination.

-      Provide as key person figure on behalf LINK program at relevant meeting with government, NGOs and other players in sub district.

-      Build relationship well with relevant government Ministries / department of Livelihood / Agriculture and health as well as other stakeholders.



2.    Project Assistant (code: PA – BM) – 1 post, based in Bener Meriah

She/he will work under Program Officer and Project Coordinator to contribute to effectiveness and efficiency of the implementation of livelihoods to improved Nutrition for Kids (LINK) and program through facilitation of all aspect of health, especially Nutrition’s program intervention activities under this program in target catchments of sub district.

Job Responsibilities:

1.      Facilitate planning, organization and management of LINK program activities;

-      Contribute in the set up and develop of program strategies and intervention for monthly, quarterly and annually , collaboration with other personnel’s in the team.

-      Collect, record and keep/maintain all basic health situation data in target areas  including community mapping, community health works (CHSs0 Groups, access of health services, health providers services and others data relevant with the program.

-      Develop TORs and budget estimate requirement to guide implementation for overall intermediate result activity.

-      Carry out, Organize or/conduct the health activities against operating plans as timely manner.

-      Conduct community awareness/campaign/socialization meetings linkage the program with stakeholders, community and local government.

-      Assist on mobilize communities, beneficiaries and other stakeholders to be involved in development process.

-      Develop TORs to guide implementation of key community mobilization activities in sub district under the guidance of LINK Coordinator.

-      Ensuring that posyandus, ECD/kindergarten and primary school have provided the healthy snack and meals.

2.      Track financial performance of activities (management, expenditure, etc);

-      Assist in coming up with yearly, quarterly and monthly plan/requirement for the health (Nutrition) component.

-      Develop monthly cash projection and review monthly budget versus actual.

3.      Facilitate capacity building of community and stakeholders;

-      Assist in identify capacity gaps for beneficiaries, group of community and line government partnership of the program (DHC, DAO, DEO, etc).

-      In direction by the coordinator, conduct or collaboration with other officers to strengthen the community and health worker capacity in health or/Nutrition interventions such as workshop, serial trainings, regular coaching and campaign/promotion activities.

-      Ensuring the communities, posyandu cadres, ECD/kindergarten and primary school members’ ability to participate and contribute in kind to their development process.

4.      Provide technical support

-      Advice on / ensure timely procurement of the right type, specification and quantity of supplies for livelihood and health provision activities.

-      In collaboration with the other officers, ensuring to prepare all of administration procedure support document such as vehicle utility procedure, purchase request / requisition and others.

-      Provide closely approach and communication with community leader and key stakeholders

5.      Monitoring, evaluation and documentation of livelihood and health activities.

-      With the other officers, contribute on regular monitoring and evaluation of the health /nutrition program activities in villages working areas.

-      Conduct visits to sampled beneficiaries to asses performance of intervention in coordination with line local government partnership.

-      Provide the health activity and monthly report, consolidate all of data program requirement to develop quarterly, annual and project report.

-      Track progress of key indicator for strategy objective against the benchmarks and ensure information is provide to  M & E for updating database in timely manner.

-      Provide the documentation of activities through photos, short movie, etc.

-      To follow of advice Project Coordinator on issues that may affect the progress of activities under this component on time

6.      All stakeholders are aware of LINK program through networking, collaboration and coordination.

-      Provide as key person figure on behalf LINK program at relevant meeting with government, NGOs and other players in sub district.

-      Build relationship well with relevant government Ministries / department of Livelihood / Agriculture and health as well as other stakeholders.


3.    Logistics & Admin Assistant (code: LAA – BM) – 1 post, based in Bener Meriah
She/he will having direct report to Aceh Program Manager and lead/supervise administrative support to all project activities in office, in close coordination with all staffs and Program Manager. Manage administrative functions, arranging logistic matter, admin, meeting, as well as maintain store room in Bener Meriah.

Job Responsibilities:

1.      Ensure equipment and inventory controls in store room , asset management system.

2.      Prepare the cash advance requests, payment  for utilities schedules and commitments.

3.      Control periodic admin budget  spending reports versus budgets, and inform actual  overspendings.

4.      Proper filing system and tracking system and procurement tracking records.

5.      Prepare all quotation to vendors, bidding process, provide PO and GRN after materials received.

6.      Ensure that equipment and supplies are correctly inventoried and inventory records are up-to-date at all times.

7.      Maintain effective and efficient systems for meeting preparation and quick respond.

8.      Coordinate with staffs to ensure all loan materials with approval data from Program Coordinator.

9.      As needed, coordinate with all program staffs for the office need.

10.  Provide program support functions to program team in relation with outside visitors, i.e. hotel booking.

11.  Support preparations for events including meeting, training, workshop, etc.


General Requirements:
Education: Bachelor University Degree in Social work and/or relevant discipline.

Skill and Experiences:

·        Minimum  1 years working in similar task and (I)NGO.

·        Good communication and interpersonal skill.

·        Ability to work in a team/independently.

·        Able to speak and to write good report in Indonesian language, English preferable.

·        Computer literate.

·        Good initiative and creativity.

·        To be base at sub district level in Permata and Bener Kalipah, Bener Meriah.


Updated CV and application letter should be sent to Recruitment.Indonesia@savethechildren.org in this format: code of the position <…> - your name <…>.

Closing date for application is 5 (five) working days after this advertisement or up to 25 March 2013

(Only short-listed candidates will be notified)

All recruitment practices and procedures reflect SC’s commitment to protecting children from abuse
 

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