Save the Children Indonesia : Technical Support Staff for Program Implementation – HBCC Project (2 positions in Jakarta and 2 positions in West Java)

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Technical Support Staff for Program Implementation
HBCC Project for Jakarta and West Java
Scope of Work

1. DESCRIPTION / BACKGROUND OF PROGRAM

SC Indonesia continue to deliver high quality program and reach that are impacting communities, including in the current pandemic situation of COVID-19. Therefore, SC will invest on carry out preparedness activities, initial response and eventually larger scale response to support government effort to mitigate risks and impact of COVID-19 pandemic and at the same time partnering with local organization and engaging communities/schools optimally. This programme aims top revent spread of COVID-19 among children, caregivers, their families, and the wider communities and to build resilience against future outbreaks. SC Indonesia will uphold critical implementation strategies to ensure high participation, increase community empowerment and build on local capacity to secure ownership to response activities. Furthermore, with existing Save the Children’s tools and guidelines, we will ensure that the activities are contributing to the gender equality in the long term, and engaging the most vulnerable populations (e.g., marginalized group, people with disabilities, people live in slum and highly populated areas, etc.) as active citizens.

HBCC Project aims to complete several activities during July – December 2020, such as organizing inline training/meeting, coordinating school kits/family kit/HBCC material distribution, facilitating SOP/school protocol development. To complete these activities, we need to hire individual consultant to support program activities in Jakarta and West Java. This position will work in coordination with HBCC Team in each Jakarta and West Java. S/he will be responsible for technical activities related to programmatic implementation, and ensure that all activities are implemented and outcomes are assessed. S/he will reports to the HBCC Coordinator, and be supported by HBCC/WASH TA, MEAL, finance, administration and logistic team in Jakarta and West Java Office.

2. OBJECTIVES OF CONSULTANCY

The Technical Support staff will be required to work under HBCC Program Coordinator to: a) support school and community to develop/adapts SOP/protocol relating to Covid-19 in educational and daily life sector; b) organize online learning/meeting/coordination/campaign programs in the community/school’s level; c) conduct and facilitate preparation of campaigns for education sector and community; d) provide technical support to schools/family/stakeholders in preparing back to school procedure (transition phase) and new normal adaptation, and hygiene behavior change implementation; and e) in collaboration with related stakeholders to conduct advocacy and campaign on hygiene behavior change such as HWWS and anti-stigma. The consultants will work in areas of Jakarta (2 Technical Support staff), and West Java (2 Technical Support staff), with 20 schools and several health center for each Province.

3. THE TECHNICAL SUPPORT STAFF HAS AGREED TO:
a) Working under Project Coordinator supervision to assist HBCC accomplished works based on DIP, with detail as listed below:
Objective 1: Strengthened capacity to minimize and prevent transmission of COVID-19 and reduce stigmatization:

  • Develop COVID-19 prevention joint dissemination plan with community, local government, including facilitate joint dissemination
  • Assist Project Coordinator to conduct virtual townhall meeting where girls and boys, female and male teachers, parents and other community members can speak to relevant local government about the problems they face and their feelings they have in facing COVID-19 outbreak in their area. This is also a platform where local government can promote their COVID-19 measures and get feedback from the children and communities
  • Assist Project Coordinator to conduct webinar training for girls and boys, female and male teachers, parents, and other community members on Covid-19 prevention and stigma reduction, positive parenting/positive teaching, psychosocial support, especially for our assisted schools and communities, in collaboration with District Health Offices, District Education Offices, District Women Empowerment and Child Protection Offices, local progressive religious leaders or customary leaders

Conduct school assessment

Objective 2: Improved access to personal hygiene materials (e.g. soap) for girls, boys, men, and women to support sustained adoption of promoted behaviors:
Make sure the following activities are completed:

  • Distribution of Covid-19 Family kits, Personal Hygiene Kits and PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) into communities via health facilities and schools for health/hygiene workers, children, caregivers and families
  • Establish, restore, or repair hand washing stations in both community (critical community centers)and school’s level, and water supply mechanisms where relevant, making sure that the facilities are safely accessible for girls, boys, women, children with disabilities and other vulnerable groups

Emergency water trucking supply to healthcare and treatment centers in places with critical shortage (if needed)
Installation of water storage tanks and/or facilities making sure that the facilities are safely accessible for girls, boys, women, children with disabilities and other vulnerable groups to allow hand washing practices in vulnerable communities.

Objective 3: Improved capacity of Save the Children humanitarian and field teams to deliver effective hand washing with soap (HWWS) programming in affected geographies:

  • Assist Project Coordinator and Specialist to conduct virtual Training of Trainings/cascade training on Mum’s Magic Hands and School of Five for SC staffs (particularly field team); local authorities and other relevant stakeholders

Objective 4: Support safe return to schools and community life:

  • Support District Education Offices on development and dissemination of protocol for Physical Safety of Students for safe return to school
  • Support assisted schools in preparing girls and boys to return to school in the coming months.
  • Support School to continue promoting the hand washing routine practice with soap (CTPS campaign) and other Health and Hygiene Behaviors (PHBS campaign), after school resume, including supporting WASH in schools (WinS) and ensure decent clean and separated toilet for boys and girls.
  • Facilitate the establishment of School Covid-19 Safety Committee to support community-based mechanism for (re)enrolment of girls and boys in schools, with specific focus on vulnerable children.
  • Build capacity of female and male teachers and student’s parents to support girls and boys who face challenges to return to schools and prevent the negative attitudes/ stigma/bullying to infected children
  • Assist the Project Coordinator to conduct Cash Transfer Program for female and male parents cleaning the schools/contribution in continuation learning from home and supporting the student’s family on personal hygiene access
    b) Attend the regular coordination meeting with HBCC team
    c) Develop monthly report

4. DELIVERABLES
Monthly report which consist with attachment of meeting/training/workshop report, good’s distribution report, and/or advocacy report (if any)
Soft copy protocol/SOP for Physical Safety of Students for safe return to school at district educational offices and schools
Deliver of project activity’s plan as agreed which has been reported into monthly report including photos

5. TECHNICAL SUPPORT STAFF CRITERIAS

To come up with those working scope, selected consultant should at least meet this following qualification:

  • Has experiences working in project implementation and/or emergency responses: facilitate the coordination, meeting/training and distribute materials/aids.
  • Has Knowledge on WASH (Water and Sanitation Hygiene) /IPC (Infection Prevention and Control)/education in emergency.
  • Basic knowledge and experience administration, logistic and finance affairs.
  • Fair understanding of children’s issues in Indonesian context and child right based program.
  • Good communication skills both verbal and written in Bahasa Indonesia and English.
  • Ability for problem solving, show initiative and work independently.
  • Ability to response to requests, queries in timely manner
  • Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues and external partners.
  • Proven ICT skills of Microsoft program (Excel, Word Excel and PowerPoint) and internet.
  • Preferable come from the same areas where the project/responses executed (ie, North Jakarta and West Bandung District)
  • Preferably has worked with Yayasan Sayangi Tunas Cilik or familiar with Yayasan Sayangi Tunas Cilik administration procedures and mechanism will be advantages.

6. TIME FRAME:
The consultancy work will last from August- December 2020 (during 4 months)

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External applicant:
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Click here to apply for Greater Jakarta based

Closing date for application is up to August 15th, 2020
(Only short-listed candidates will be notified)
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Save the Children encourages qualified candidates to apply regardless of religion, race, gender, sexual orientation or disability
All recruitment practices and procedures reflect Save the Children’s commitment to protecting children from abuse

Best Regards,

Human Resources | Yayasan Sayangi Tunas Cilik – partner of Save the Children | Jalan Bangka IX No. 40 A,B. RT 1/RW 10, Pela Mampang, Mampang Perapatan. Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12720 | +62 (21) – 782 4415 | recruitment.indonesia@savethechildren.org | www.stc.or.id

Yayasan Sayangi Tunas Cilik – partner of Save the Children believes every last child deserves a future. In Indonesia and around the world, we give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. We do whatever it takes for children – every day and in time of crisis – transforming their lives and the future we share.

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