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Friday, August 27, 2010

Vacant Positions in CARE International Indonesia: Jayapura-Papua-KOTA Project

CARE International Indonesia (CII), as an international NGO, has carried out
large scale operations in Indonesia, encompassing emergency operations,
transitional activities centered on agriculture and nutrition and a range of
development initiatives in such areas as water and sanitation, health and
micro-credit.

 
CARE Indonesia in Jayapura-Papua is currently recruiting the following positions
for its project:

1. JOB TITLE       : HYGIENE & BEHAVIOR CHANGE OFFICER (HBC-O) 
DEPARTMENT/PROJECT  : PROJECT/KOTA 
REPORTS TO   : PROJECT MANAGER 

JOB SUMMARY :
The Hygiene & Behavior Change Officer will work closely with PM and other
Officers and responsible for setting up and running hygiene and Sanitation
related promotion activities on water and sanitation issues for the Kota
Project. The Officer must have excellent oral and written communication skills,
an understanding of behavior change communication, Information, Education and
community (IEC) and the health/environmental issues related to water and
sanitation. Experience working with community, NGO and/or government agency on
similar topics is key. In addition, the officer must be highly organized,
pro-active, with superb creativity and understanding of health topics. The
position requires the ability to work long hours when required.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS:
 Develop BC concept and guidelines for the health and hygiene behavior change
§
component of the program.
 Conduct a baseline study on knowledge, Attitudes and Practice` (KAP) and Focus§
Group research of the communities on water and sanitation topics, analyze data
and pull out key messages and findings.
 Work with team and consultants to select key messages and design a Health and§
Hygiene Promotion strategy.
 Duties will include creating a portfolio of Behavior Change Communication§
strategies, such as print materials, community trainings, radio, theatre plays,
etc.
 Contracts artists/printing, radio and other agencies and plan strategy§
together with them.
 Field test materials and strategies for effectiveness before rolling out major§
campaigns.
 Guide and direct Health and Hygiene Project Officers to assist in duties and§
train in villages (direct supervision)
 Coordinate with the Community Implementation Team to conduct awareness§
campaigns in the target communities to raise watsan and environmental awareness.
 Coordinate with other Project teams to carry out field work and training§
effectively (helping to design other brochures for Technical or Policy; helping
to present in workshops, etc)
 Submit monthly progress reports to management.§
 Other related duties as assigned by supervisor.§
SUPERVISES :  -

QUALIFICATIONS:
 Have a University degree in Public Health majoring in Behavioral Science§ &
Health Education or Marketing, Social Work, Communications or other related
topic degree

 4 years experience in a related position preferably dealing with Health and§
Hygiene Promotion, Behavior Change/IEC, Training on Water and Sanitation.
 Excellent public communication and motivation skills.§
 Knowledge of various environmental and personal health issues related to water§
and sanitation

 Proficiency in English with an ability to prepare documents/reports of high§
quality

 Awareness of water and sanitation challenges in sulawesi as applied to a§
development settings, with special attention to the needs of women and children.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Travel 10 %

2. JOB TITLE       : WATSAN OFFICER (WO)
DEPARTMENT/PROJECT  : PROJECT/KOTA 
REPORTS TO   : PROJECT MANAGER 

RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS:

 Develop guideline and manual rapid technical assessment (RTA) of the existing§
sanitation in participating in urban sites and provide necessary input and
support to all CF’s (Community Facilitator) when requested. The guideline should
include a strategy for appropriate re-new able energy management practices.
 Develop training and design guide line and manual for improved urban water§ &
sanitation facilities. The guide line have include rational for determining
public and private  component of the improved sanitation system and their
associated cost
 Provide input to the analysis of water§ & sanitation system and suggest
remedial measures as necessary. Developed guide line and manual for water &
sanitation approaches with considering the guideline already develop in previous
and current project with close coordination with the project (SWASH and GKDP) in
the area. In cooperation with Behavior Change (BC) Officer review the
experiences of past and current CARE project regarding water & sanitation
system. Compare their effectiveness, cost and suitability for urban settlements.
 Develop as set of technical options and their associated cost and management§
implication (including operation cost and maintenance
 requirements) for improved water§ & sanitation system in urban area based on
the available space/area.
 Assist each CF’s (Community Facilitator) to select technically. Managerial and§
financially feasible option for improved water & sanitation system for each
participating urban site. These options will be presented by CF’s to the
community to assist theme to make informed choices.
 In-co-operation with Behavior Change (BC) Officer develop a set of technical§
option and their associated cost and management implication (including operating
cost and maintenance requirement) for house hold and institutional water &
sanitation facilities.
 Provide necessary technical input into development of a community Action Plan,§
component preparation of detail design drawing, and cost for non standard
component of the improved water & sanitation system.
 Develop guide line for O§&M plan (preventive maintenance and regular
maintenance task, their frequency and man power requirements) and associated
cost for improved water & sanitation facilities.
 Develop guideline and manual for preparation of construction methods, schedule§
and labor management plan (includes identification of skilled personal and, if
necessary, small contractors) for improved water & sanitation facilities based
on community in preparation of the construct the improved system. Assist CF’s
(Community Facilitator) as required and facilitating the community in
preparation of the construction management plan

 Develop guidelines and manual for construction supervision and quality control§

 Develop guidelines and manual for preparation of Bill of Quantity and standard§
and specification for construction materials and facilities components for
improved sanitation system
 Develop guidelines and manual for monitoring construction activities§
 Develop guidelines and manual for environmental impact assessment of the§
improved water & sanitation facilities and/ or prepare TOR for environmental
assessment if consultant is required. Assist in the selecting consultant(s) if
required and facilitate their work.
 Review and comment of the CF’s (community Facilitator) and/or Consultant§
report. Make sure that the suggested remedial measures are technically,
financially, and culturally appropriate

 Provide technical advice and recommendation to urban CF’s during all stages of§
the project implementation as required

 Participate in development of management information system for KOTA project§
 Participate in data analysis and provide the necessary feedback into project§
process
 Continuously monitor the work of teams and make appropriate recommendations§
for change in approach, strategy, new project material, new technology, training
etc.
 Provide input to PM (Project Manager) for preparation of project reports and§
work plan(s)
 Assist in preparation of training modules, identification of resources and§
training material

 Participate in facilitating KOTA staff (CARE and partner NGO staff and GOI),§
and community training workshop as required

 Assist in developing guidelines for technical session during the§
pre-implementation training workshop for KOTA staff. Assist in locating a
resources person(s) if required and preparation of training modules
 Develop a training program for KOTA staff on design, construction management,§
O & M and environmental issues through the project based on staff capacity as
assessed during the KOTA project workshop

SUPERVISES :  -

QUALIFICATIONS:
• S1 graduated in Environmental Engineering or other related fields
• At least 3 years experience working with international and local non
government organizations
• Familiarity with community participatory approaches
• Proven good ability as a Facilitator
• Facility with Excel and Word
• Demonstrated capacity to work as a team member
• Excellent interpersonal skills

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Travel 10 %

TERMS OF OFFER:
CARE is an equal opportunity employer offering a competitive salary and benefits
package, and a collegial working environment. Applicants are invited to send a
cover letter illustrating their suitability for the above positions, and
detailed curriculum vitae, with names and addresses of three referees (including
telephone, fax numbers and email address). Please DO NOT attached academic
transcripts and Diplomas and state clearly the applied position code in the
email subject.
Please submit your applications before August 31st 2010 to CARE International
Indonesia, Human Resources Unit:

recruit_416@careind.or.id FOR HYGIENE & BEHAVIOR CHANGE OFFICER (HBC-O)
recruit_417@careind.or.id FOR WATSAN OFFICER (WO)

"Only qualified applicants will be shortlisted"

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