Save the Children in Indonesia is changing for the better. We've begun to build a national organization that aims to be a strong, local, and self-sustaining voice for children in Indonesia. To this end, SC Indonesia has been designated as a “Prospect Member”. As ‘Prospect Member’ Indonesia has been identified as part of the next way of new member development, which focuses on strengthening and localizing our voice for children in strategic middle income countries. Indonesia has been authorized by member ballot to start fundraising locally as a first step towards building a financially sustainable local organization. Future work will also involve developing a strong local governance structure and building key partnerships with local government, the private sector, local civil society among others. Success of the pilot phase will set the Indonesia on a pathway to full membership. We are currently seeking to fill the following position:


2 (two) position, based in Lombok

Description/ Background of Program

Following earthquake 7.0 magnitude, Indonesia’s search and rescue teams have been searching the quake-affected areas to evacuate, rescue and recover earthquake victims in Lombok Island, West Nusa Tenggara Province. Provisional data provided by National Disaster Management per August 14th recorded 458 deaths, 1,406 people injured, 417, 529 people displaced and around 71,740 houses severely damaged across 6 affected districts in West Nusa Tenggara Province. Apart from number of toll death, government regular services stopped as the impact of the earthquake. Six bridges reported damage and around 671 schools severely damaged. The Education Department has released Letter to dismiss the school until undetermined time limit since July 30, 2018 as the impact of first 6.4 earthquake. The second earthquake will impact on the length of the undetermined time for teaching and learning process.

Assessments confirmed that the North Lombok area was most severely affected by the earthquake because it was close to the epicenter. Damage to houses and buildings is widespread. Houses in North Lombok and East Lombok regencies that were previously only slightly damaged when the 6.4 RS earthquake hit on 29 July suffered more serious structural damage and, in several cases, collapsed following this latest quake.

Post of six (6) months intervention through Emergency Response to Lombok Earthquake, started from 29 July 2019 and then massively continued after the biggest earthquake on 5 August 2019 with 7.0 SR, nowadays NTB province started to change period from Emergency Response and Transition to Recovery Phase which will be officially changed on 28 February 2019. As per 21 November 2018 Kogasgabpad (Komando Tugas Gabungan Terpadu) has been ended and the leading process from emergency response to recovery will be leaded by the Vice Governor of NTB which will need at least 2 years implementation, therefore the new structure for Recovery Phase (namely, SATGAS-Satuan Tugas, will be leaded by each of respective related department) will be developed and stated as official structure in handling the recovery phase.

In education sector, based on the Infographic of Education Cluster per 5 October 2018, it was reported that 1,171 school building destroyed, 33 students died, 36,902 students and teachers evacuated, and 218,224 students were affected across NTB Province post of the 7.0SR earthquake that happened on 5 August 2018. Many teachers affected from this disaster, leave no certainty on when school will be normal. In the other side, parents feel that their children aren’t safe in school although the government has established temporary learning school with safe construction materials. Learning process and teaching and learning activities are still a challenge because not all teachers understand the appropriate learning methods when administering education in an emergency situation. Even though education-related training in emergency situations has been given to affected school representatives, not all teachers can do so. Psychological support and capacity for teachers, especially those related to safe schools are still very much needed.

The importance of integrating DRR into the curriculum which is then supported by teaching materials is important to ensure students and teachers are able to reduce the impact if the disaster occurs. School emergency plans for existing disasters are also important to ensure students have their rights to get an education despite being in an emergency situation. Likewise, the education plan is an important as well as the basis for ensuring disaster preparedness in the education sector, so that when a disaster occurs they know what to do, this includes at the ECCD level that is not so well handled during emergency response situations


The main objective of this consultancy work is to support CSS project in order to speed up the project implementation at field level specially for some main activites including monitoring the ECCD construction process, to achieve project targets;

-       Build the capacity of teachers and educational administrators and authorities on ensuring psychosocial support mechanisms are in place in schools and that teachers are able to incorporate psychosocial support into their curriculum

-       Provide learning kit as necessary as well as aiding in the refurbishment of school infrastructure

-       Safe school campaign initiated with government.

-       Joint monitoring on monitoring and evaluation

-       Developed Contingency Plan for School, District Education Office, and Province Education Office

-       Train teachers and education officers to integrate Comprehensive Safe Schools (CSS) into curriculum

-       Implementation of Comprehensive Safe Schools (CSS) activities such as evacuation & SOP, Mock drill, M & E


Deliverables of this consultancy work:

1.      Share time sheet at monthly basis

2.      Develop Activity report on SOP in emergency worskhop

3.      Providing list of reading book to be purchasing

4.      Distribute reading books to 6 schools

5.      Develop Drill Activity report on implementation of SOP in emergency

6.      Develop activity report of CSS training for Education Officials and BPBD

7.      Develop activity report of Workshop on CSS integration into curriculum with district stakeholders and teachers.

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Closing date for application is up to 19th September 2019

(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

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