Palladium BANTU: Short-term Project Consultant (Part-time)

 Short-term COVID-19 Project Consultant (Part-time)

Palladium is appointed by USAID to manage USAID-funded Health technical Assistance Project (BANTU), to support USAID Indonesia’s Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) by rapidly leveraging specialized short and long-term technical assistance to USAID, USAID-funded programs; the Government of Indonesia (GOI), and other organizations and agencies as required.

We are currently seeking a short-term COVID-19 Project Consultant to work closely with the Project Management Specialist for Emerging Infectious Diseases (PMS EID) of the USAID/Indonesia’s Office of Health and its local counterparts. 


The USAID/Indonesia Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID) program is looking for a short-term COVID-19 Project Consultant to provide technical support on the COVID-19 response program. The individual will support USAID COVID-19 response program implementation, analysis and reporting activities, including to monitor and consolidate project updates and monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) data relevant to the USAID COVID-19 response framework. S/he will collect, consolidate and analyze additional qualitative and quantitative data relevant to the implementation of USAID-GOI COVID-19 Response program as well as map COVID-19 geolocation data to show locations and facilities that are supported by USAID IPs and other visualization of USAID COVID-19 activities in Indonesia. The consultant will provide regular data summaries as a preparation of evaluation findings, reports, and articles for appropriate audiences/stakeholders and work with Communications Advisor to review and update the COVID-19 factsheet master tracker. S/he will assist with drafting learning and communication materials (success stories, learning stories, factsheets, infographics, etc.) on the USAID COVID-19 response in Indonesia by utilizing MEL data. The individual will also support Project Management Specialist EID to maintain data confidentiality, develop simple and practical knowledge management mechanism(s), and, when required, assist other duties (including administrative).

This is a part-time short-term position for Indonesian (local hire) for a one (1) month period. The position will be based off site with regular meetings and intensive communication with the USAID/Indonesia EID team.

REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in public health, development studies, statistics, social science, or related fields; master’s degree is desirable; minimum 2 – 3 years of experience working in a MEL team/Program Office, in data collection, project monitoring, evaluation and learning activities; prior experience in using automated data collection tools in a solid MEL system is desirable; possess technical knowledge and understanding of project cycle and management, MEL system, COVID-19 context in Indonesia, international donors relations, Government of Indonesia systems, and challenges and opportunities of health sector in Indonesia at the national and sub-national level; fluent in written and verbal communication in English, with ability to speak and make formal presentation.

HOW TO APPLY:   To respond to this position, please go to

Closing date: April 26, 2021 at 5 PM Jakarta Time

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Palladium provides equal employment to all participants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, veteran or marital status.    

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