Saturday, September 1, 2012

Lowongan Kerja LSM/ NGO, Senior Adviser for Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning - Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice (AIPJ)

Company Background:

Cardno has a 40-year history of working in partnership with developing countries to deliver solutions for sustainable development. Through the expertise of professionals operating in more than 85 countries, we investigate the causes of poverty and focus on improving the physical, economic and social infrastructure that sustains communities.

The Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice (AIPJ) is an AusAID-funded program managed by Cardno Emerging Markets.

AIPJ is designed to assist the Government of Indonesia in its justice reform efforts.  The focus of AIPJ is on working with national-level law and justice institutions and agencies to transform the high-level reform commitments made by Indonesia into concrete improvements in the way the community interacts with the law and justice sector.  AIPJ’s goal is “increased access to better quality legal information and services” through “strengthening ... Indonesia’s leading law and justice sector institutions to become more effective and eventually provide more cost-effective, accessible and predictable legal services and information.”

AIPJ has the following program outcomes:

* Improved judicial dispute resolution systems for marginalised groups (including the poor, women and people with a disability);
* Prosecutorial agencies better able to process corruption cases;
* Increased public access to and use of legal information, particularly relating to human rights (including women’s rights) and anti-corruption;
* Improved framework and delivery of a legal aid system;
* Increased capacity of civil society organisations and national commissions to support Indonesian law and justice sector reform efforts.

Scope of Work:

AIPJ is seeking a Senior Adviser to support the AIPJ team in ensuring quality monitoring, evaluation and learning of the program.

The key broad responsibilities for the Senior Adviser are:

* monitor and provide inputs in support of the implementation of the AIPJ Monitoring & Learning (M&L) Framework;
* work together with the AIPJ M&L Manager in the implementation of the M&L Framework;
* maintain, review and update (as necessary) the M&L Framework;
* provide inputs into program planning and activity design processes and reporting as requested.

More specifically, the work of the Senior Adviser will include the following:

* facilitate the two-monthly end-of-program outcomes (EOPO) review meetings;
* provide inputs into the development of new EOPOs and (as required) the revision of existing EOPOs, in consultation with relevant partners and AusAID;
* provide inputs into the design and / or implementation of in-depth M&L activities;
* mentor, guide and support the M&L Manager;
* provide inputs into M&L reporting;
* develop AIPJ six-monthly reports;
* provide inputs into regular reports for Bappenas and monthly activity status reports for AusAID;
* contribute to annual plans and related analysis, including advice on activity design and M&L issues;
* oversight and provide inputs into the collection of data for, and analysis of, sector outcome indicators;
* support implementation of partnership monitoring by AusAID;
* provide monitoring, evaluation and learning support to the AIPJ team as necessary;
* share findings among key stakeholders to support performance improvement;
* ensure the continued relevance and appropriateness of the M&L Framework for the duration of the program;
* provide inputs into the program’s strategic framework, including assisting the team to develop additional end of program outcomes;
* liaise with AusAID in relation to QAIs and other reporting requirements, including the Annual Program Performance Review (APPR) and Sector Performance Assessment Framework.

Indicative Duration & Timeframe:

The Senior Adviser will be engaged for up to 150 input days from October 2012 to 31 May 2014, with the possibility of additional input days as appropriate. 
The timing and nature of inputs will be agreed following consultation with AIPJ senior management and the AIPJ M&L Manager.

Selection Criteria:

· Relevant degree that includes a research dissertation component.  Alternatively, evidence of training in advanced research or evaluation design, conduct and management.  Short professional development courses in M&L are not considered advanced training. Where a degree in research or evaluation methods has not been completed, evidence of quality of research or evaluation activities previously designed and conducted will be required.
· At least 10 years experience working in development, with at least 7 years experience in monitoring, learning and evaluation, with demonstrated career progression.
· Demonstrated practical experience in designing and / or implementing M&L Frameworks in a development context; experience in designing and / or implementing M&L Frameworks in the legal and judicial sector would be highly desirable.  This experience should reflect:
- expertise in developing a fully elaborated M&L Framework which includes the design approach, articulation of M&L questions, development of sound methods and tools, conduct of data collection activities, analysis of data (or supervision of such), interpretation and dissemination of results and report preparation;
- sensitivity to the difficulties of implementing development programs (and their M&L Frameworks) in complex settings;
- ability to facilitate learning from M&L findings with implementation teams and other relevant stakeholders;
- ability to breakdown and communicate complex concepts simply with a range of stakeholders in multi-cultural settings.
· Demonstrated ability to breakdown and communicate complex concepts simply with a range of stakeholders in multi-cultural settings.
· Experience in managing and mentoring personnel.
· Experience working with international donors; experience working with AusAID and an understanding of its M&L standards would be highly desirable.
· Demonstrated on-going membership of a domestic or international evaluation society, or other demonstrated commitment to keeping up to date with the theoretical and practice developments in the field of evaluation.
· Fluency (speaking and writing) in English with strong written and oral communication skills.  High-level speaking and written Indonesian language skills would be an advantage.
· Knowledge of development issues in Indonesia and in the Indonesian law and justice sector.

Position details

Duration: Up to 150 inputs days from October 2012 to 31 May 2014 (with the possibility of additional input days)
Remuneration: This position will be remunerated in line with the AusAID Adviser Remuneration Framework.  The position is classified as Discipline Group C, Job Level 3.
Referee checks: Shortlisted candidates will be required to provide us with the contact details of at least two professional referees.

How to apply

Send an email to Your email must contain the following:
1. Your CV, outlining your work history and experience.
2. A covering letter outlining how your skills and experience match the selection criteria listed above.
3. The reference number EMRAIPJ-ID in the subject of the email.

Visit our website for more information about this position and for online application:
Applications close on 10 September 2012.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Lowongan Kerja LSM/ NGO, Baseline UBR Streetchildren - DKI Jakarta

Term of Reference
Baseline Survey – UBR for Street Children in DKI Jakarta
To engage for the promotion of the right to identity and nationality

Plan International is an international, child rights and child-focused development organization without religious, political or governmental affiliation. Plan has been working in Indonesia since 1969, with using Child Centred Community Development (CCCD) approach, a rights-based approach in which children, families and communities are active and leading participants in their own development.

Under Plan International’s global campaign (“Count Every Child”), Plan Indonesia implements the project “UBR for street children in DKI Jakartafor the promotion of the right to identity and nationality with support from Aviva and UKNO. The overall objective of this project is: To enable street children in Jakarta to have access to birth registration services and therefore promote their right to identity and nationality. And the specific objective is: To register at least 1,500 street children and engage with the District Government for the promotion of Universal Birth Registration for street children in 5 Municipalities of Jakarta. The project will be implemented for two years project duration until April 2014.

For the implementation Plan Indonesia will build partnership with the Population Administration and Civil Registration Department of the District Home Affairs Office in Jakarta. The Ministry of Home Affairs Office will help Plan to train shelter members and municipal registration officers on simplified registration procedures for street children, and participate to advocacy and coordination efforts at the national level. Plan will also work in partnership with other local organisations, to ensure co-ordination of efforts to promote and protect the rights of street children. Yayasan Konsorsium Catatan Sipil is an organisation with expertise in birth registration, will be a partner in this project

Baseline Survey Objective
The survey objective is to conduct an exercise to determine basic achievement as a baseline for the project. It will measure objective and expected result and so at the end of the project the baseline will compare to end line data to see the contribution of the project. Baseline survey will be conducted with the references to the key questions as follows:

* Relevancy: What are the current status and conditions of UBR? To what extent the government policy acknowledged child participation and communities? What are the local policy or regulation that will support the successful implementation of UBR project? Are the strategies suitable to implement the project with current situation?
* Effectiveness: What are the current achievements of project indicators? What are the similar interventions currently implementing in project location? To what extent they could contribute to the project in achieving its goal and objectives?

Baseline survey is expected to answer the key questionthat can draw the conclusion that close to the implementation strategies and policy interventions on local needs. In addition, achievement of the project objectives can be measured by reference to the performance indicators in the project logical framework.

Methodology and statement of work (deliverables)

This activities will be conducted with using qualitative approach, completing with qualitative and quantitative data collection techniques, such as entrydata collection and review, Focused Group Discussion/FGD In general, the methodology will be in line with UBR project design to allow for comparable result in final evaluation. The consultant should submit a thorough proposal for this baseline survey. The proposal should detailing the propose qualitative study methodology, sampling technique and data collection that meet to the project design

Overall objective: To enable street children in Jakarta to have access to birth registration services and therefore promote their right to identity and nationality.Specific objective: To register at least 1,500 street children and engage with the District Government for the promotion of Universal Birth Registration for street children in 5 Municipalities of Jakarta.

Estimated Result #1:
Approximately 3,500 street children in 5 municipalities of Jakarta and their parents / caregivers (where possible) have an increased awareness on the Right to Identity and Nationality, the usefulness of UBR and registration procedures by the end of the project.

Estimated Result #2:
The Right to Identity and Nationality is ensured for at least 1,500 street children and accessible and simplified UBR services are available in 5 municipalities of Jakarta by the end of the project.

Estimated Result #3:
Enhanced advocacy efforts for the adoption of a national decree on registration procedures and mechanisms for street children.


1. Review of relevant background documents, UBR proposal/project design document,
2. Prepare Questioner, Instrument and tracking sheet for data entry and analysis plan
3. Prepare field manual/ guidelines that includes field implementation plan with protocols for enumerators and supervisors
4. Recruit and train data collection team based on agreed evaluation study design
5. FGD with the children and parents /duty bearer.
6. Workshop and focus groups with shelter members and children living on the street (2 workshops and 2 focus groups).
7. Documenting comparative street children situation analysis (before and after project intervention).
8. Dissemination of situation mapping with government authorities and action planning.
9. Reporting the result of mapping situation of street children and their parents on knowledge and access of UBR as a promotion of the right to identity and nationality.

a. Provide electronic files with raw data in 2 DVDs.
b. Provide 2 electronics copies on DVDs of the final report in English and Indonesia and hard copies, to Plan Indonesia.
c. Guided by the following outlines:

1. Summary
2. Background
3. Objectives
4. Methodology:

a. Project/Survey locations
b. Sampling design and sample size (sampling frame)
c. Questionnaire design and development
d. Training
e. Field Work
f. Data management (including quality control methodology) and data analysis
g. Limitation of study

5. Results presented in narrative and tables, using descriptive and statistics
6. Recommendations and conclusion for future programming for Plan Indonesia 
7. Annexes (e.g. references, questionnaire, sampling elaborations, power point presentation on result of baseline study, etc.)

Qualification of consultant

- Strong knowledge about research design, especially quantitative approach
- Previous Experience in conducting child protection situation mapping, that include KPC and anthropometric survey
- Capable operate statistical software/programme

Interested consultant must submit proposal with outline as follows:

1. Baseline survey background
2. Proposed methodology:
1. Sampling technique
2. Data collection
3. Analysis
3. Time plan
4. Proposed budget
5. Team CVs

The fees and costs estimates referred to shall be payable to the consultant in a schedule that is agreed upon by Plan Indonesia and the consultant. The payments will be contingent upon the successful completion of deliverables. The payment will be in Indonesian Rupiah.

Interested applicants can submit letter of interest and technical proposal of project evaluation on 5 September 2012 the latest to the following email addresses: