Technical Programme Officer BCC for SNV Indonesia

Vacancy AnnouncementSNV Netherlands Development OrganisationSNV is a not-for-profit international
development organisation. Founded in the Netherlands 50 years ago, we have
built a long-term, local presence in 39 of the poorest countries in Asia,
Africa and Latin America. Our global team of local and international advisors
works with local partners to equip communities, businesses and organisations
with the tools, knowledge and connections they need to increase their incomes
and gain access to basic services – empowering them to break the cycle of
poverty and guide their own development.
 Our Water and Sanitation (WASH) Program – RuralSNV
began activities in the WASH sector in Indonesia in 2013. The Rural Sustainable
Sanitation and Hygiene for All programme started in 2014 and will benefit
220.000 persons living in the rural areas of the Lampung Province (Tanggamus,
Lampung Selatan and Pringsewu districts), by supporting the Local Government in
rolling out the national STBM (Sanitasi Total Berbasis Masyarakat)
programme. 
To support the programme implementation, SNV is now
seeking a highly qualified candidate to fill the post of Technical Programme
Officer Behaviour Change Communication (Rural Sanitation).
Position Summary:The TPO’s role is to influence both personal and domestic
sanitation and hygiene practices through behavioural change communication
delivered by existing community health structures, schools or other structures
with the appropriate outreach. S/he will
lead the development of a behavioural change strategy in close collaboration
with partners, and will guide joint monitoring and feedback efforts.          
 Responsibilities

  1. Review existing
    localized BCC strategies and tools in collaboration with local partners ;
  2. Lead
    implementation of BCC strategies at every level in the project target areas including
    monitoring, evaluation and corrective action activities;
  3. Lead BCC capacity
    building and training efforts;
  4. Lead planning,
    implementation, and monitoring of BCC activities in the project target areas;
  5. Identify and
    partner with organisations with outreach and capacity for BCC on hygiene (eg:
    community health workers, youth groups, women’s groups);
  6. Develop work plans
    and activity budget for BCC component and lead the development of high-quality
    progress reports;
  7. Support the
    development of mass communication materials: promotional material, videos, etc;
  8. Strengthen the
    relationship and cooperation with clients, WASH program partners and
    stakeholders;
  9. Support the design
    and undertaking of formative research on key behavioural determinants;
  10. Contribute to
    monitoring and evaluation of the WASH projects in accordance with donor and
    internal M&E requirements and programme specific monitoring frameworks;
  11. Ensure the effective linkages with existing hygiene
    programmes in the same geographical area.
  12. Analyse and understand
    the play field, the organisational environment, give input to networking
    processes, and maintain operational contacts with relevant stakeholders within
    assignments.
  13. Identify improvement areas within the local
    internal organisation and processes, give feedback and critically reflect on
    organisational topics, and propose organisational improvements.

 The TPO BCC will work in close
collaboration with the wider team responsible for the Sanitation demand
creation and follow-up component to ensure coherence between demand creation
messages and following hygiene messages. S/he will support the integration of
hygiene aspects in follow-up activities (after demand creation) in
collaboration with the District Coordinator to ensure that hygiene is fully
integrated into the district sanitation plans and monitoring and with other
subject matter experts to ensure that business training and development takes
into account appropriate hygiene standards.
 Candidate profile

  1. Advanced degree in related field, public health
    background is preferable;
  2. At least 5 years of experience working for
    international organizations in a Behaviour Change Advisory capacity;
  3. Demonstrated knowledge of the WASH sector,
    particularly demand creation and messaging related to sanitation and hygiene;
  4. Knowledge and skills in project planning,
    implementation, and monitoring and evaluation (M&E);
  5. Experience working with local communities and
    government agencies at national, provincial, and local levels;
  6. Advanced communication and negotiation skills,
    including listening skills
  7. Ability to work independently and with the team
  8. Good organizing skills and interpersonal skills,
    with a mature attitude
  9. Initiative and creative in solving problems
  10. Good command of spoken and written English
  11. Good computer skills (Ms. Word, Ms. Excel, Ms.
    Power Point, Internet and E-mail)

 Duty
station
: Tanjung Karang,
Bandar Lampung City in Lampung Province, with frequent travels to Lampung
Selatan, Pringsewu and Tanggamus districts (sub-districts and villages of the
designated district). Contract duration: 1 year contract with the possibility of extension.   How to
apply
? Please send application letter directly
addressing the candidate profile and CV (in English) to jobsindonesia@snvworld.org by 6th
June 2016
with subject: “BCC Lampung”.For more information on SNV please refer to our
website:
www.snvworld.org   We do not appreciate third-party mediation based
on this advertisement.

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