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Program Support Assistant
Company: Save the Children International

Make regular payments such as office rent, utility charges for water and electricity and periodical payments as and when required Take responsibility of local procurement to ensure following SCI logistic guidelines Register, submit and file daily incoming and outgoing correspondence Report to Head at the Office any cases, known or suspected, of fraud within Save the Children Maintain a filing system Maintain a register on books and publications in the field office Make sure all vehicle in the field office are insured Updating office address record system internally and externally Hotel booking, air ticketing and other logistical arrangement in the field office Make sure office buildings are clean, healthy environment and neat tidy at all time Assist in proper allocation of workstations, furniture and equipment in office buildings Make sure office auto machine and equipment recording system are properly managed and those equipment are in functioning conditions at all time Monitor report stock levels and order status to ensure adequate office supplies, sundries, fuel at office Managing stationery supply in assigned office Act as Legal document holder in the field office Communicating with local government counterpart and other agencies working in the area IT equipment maintenance and repair Make sure all communication equipment are functioning at all time and giving training to all staffHuman Resources: Assist in preparing contract and send information to Yangon HQ on new recruits Assist in preparation of staff induction in field office, compile supporting materials, arrange schedule. Provide Child Safeguarding Policy briefing to new staff and ensure that they sign the Child safeguarding Policy Filing of personnel contract and documentation Keep tract of leave and reports to headquarters Prepare payroll information and send to headquarters Monthly Staff List updating Keep record for income tax payment of staff Communicate with Yangon HOs HR team for staff capacity development and trainingOthers matter: Supervise Cleaner and Guard in smooth operation of the field office Comply with all relevant Save the Children policies and procedures with respect to health and safety, security, equal opportunities and other relevant policies Carry out the responsibilities of the role in a way which reflects Save the Childrens commitment to safeguarding children in accordance the Child Protection Policy Other relevant tasks assigned by SupervisorChild Safeguarding Responsibilities Develop and pilot practical daytoday approaches to increase awareness, commitment and interest in child safeguarding amongst staff members.

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Consultant
Company: Save the Children International

Coordinate the review and internal approval of the Construction and Communityled Construction SOP Including procurements, contracts and insurance Architecturalengineering drawings and technical support Support in reviewing the proposed construction sites, finalize it in consultation with the community representatives as required Support in reviewing current design in use by SC and provide updated infrastructure designs whenever necessary, including designs based on soil testing results, ensuring safety and security as well as access for people with disabilities, with a particular focus on constructions conducted under education programs. Provide assistance on technical support to the construction officer based in Hsipaw and Oak Twin for the review, design, supervision and maintenance of infrastructure, including community mobilization for communityled constructions.Develop detail design and cost estimation as advised by PM: On the basis of the standard set by Save the Children, developreview detail design for each ECCD Centre incorporating water and sanitation in coordinating with the respective community representatives group. Produce detail bill of quantity BoQ, cost estimation for each ECCD Centre Develop technical documents as required.Supervisionmonitoring of execution of construction work: Assist the construction Officer in supervision of the construction work ensuring the quality and standards as specified by Save the Children Coordinate and communicate regularly with community representatives with the support of field teams , and relevant SC staff in field and Yangon in the management of construction work Ensure that the local resources construction workers, materials etc.are used as far as standards are met Ensure that children are not used as construction workers at any time Monitor the quality of the construction materials and stock management Ensure that elements of DRR, is incorporated and the centres are inclusive accessible for children with disability Ensure that progress of construction work is along the schedule as planned Ensure that adequate safety procedures are followed during construction workReporting the progress: Assist to document construction progress reports, site photographs, contractor communications, etc. in the Construction Folder Assist to produce and submit to PM weeklyfortnightlymonthly work plan and progress report for the construction work Reportsolve any unforeseen constraints or challenges affecting progress of the construction work in the fieldOthers: Conduct orientation and training to the ECCD Committee, staff, PTAs and youth in nonstructural mitigation and school disaster management. Develop maintenance plan with the ECCD Committee and the community to ensure the sustainability of ECCD centres. Report to Senior Project Officer as soon as misconducts or violation of rules and regulation identified, Perform other tasks as assigned by supervisors. Assistant Engineer

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Consultant (SBCC)
Company: Save the Children International

TEAMPROGRAMME: Programme Implementation Health LOCATION: Ngape Township in Magway Region and Hlaing Bwe Township in Kayin StateNumber of Position: 1 Type of Contract: AgreementCHILD SAFEGUARDING:Level 1: the role holder will not have contact with children andor young people, or access to personal data about children or young people, as part of their work therefore a police check will not be mandatory unless the content or location of the role changes, in which case the Child Safeguarding level will be reviewed.Consultancy Role:Save the Children is looking for the technical support in developing the local context appropriate Malaria SBCC strategy followed by developing training package and SBCC tools. The role of consultant is to conduct the desk review of existing malaria IEC materials and available BCCSBCC packages in Myanmar and to conduct assessment at the community level for developing the Malaria SBCC strategy, SBCC training package and SBCC tools for communication and monitoring of the activities.Introduction:Save the Children is the worlds leading independent organization for children. It is a dual mandate organization and focuses on development and emergency response. We are currently working in 120 countries around the world touching the lives of 125 million children. Our mission is to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.Save the Children has been working in Myanmar since 1995. Our programmes include Maternal and Child Health, Nutrition, HIVAIDS, WASH, Education, Food Security and Livelihoods, Child Protection and Child Rights Governance and Humanitarian Responses in across the country.With this SBCC malaria grant being funded by Clariant Foundation, Save the Children will implement social behavior change communication SBCC for malaria prevention and control project in Ngape township of Magway Region and Hlaing Bwe township of Kayin State, complementing and enforcing the existing communitybased malaria prevention and control activities being supported by The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria GFATM. The aim of the project is to strengthen the skills and competencies of the health staff and community members in participatory methodology for changing healthy behaviours in the community. The SBCC activities of the Clariant Malaria Project will be carried out through existing government and community structures in order to secure sustained SBCC outcomes beyond the project. Activities targeting direct beneficiaries rely entirely on Village Health Volunteers VHVs, who are permanent residents of the targeted area, with the support of Save the Children staff and well trained government staff. The project will support the development of SBCC tools and materials as well as SBCC approaches in coordination and collaboration with National Malaria Control Program NMCP for reinforcing malaria prevention activities of NMCP.Purpose of ConsultancyThe purpose of this consultancy is to provide technical support in designing and developing local context appropriate SBCC strategy, SBCC training package and SBCC monitoring tools for meaningful engagement and effective communication with community members in malaria prevention and control activities.Responsibilities and Lines of CommunicationThe consultant has the responsibility to design SBCC strategy, SBCC training package and SBCC monitoring tools based on the findings of desk review and community assessment. The consultant is expected to respect the agreed timeframe and to deliver the final report written in clear English.Save the Children will provide the list of project villages and existing Malaria IEC materials and SBCC materials to be reviewed and analyzed. The consultant will provide the team of trained enumerators to make an effective community dialog for assessing current practices, taboos and culture of community regarding malaria.Based on the findings of the assessment, consultant will design the SBCC strategy which is appropriate with local context. And the consultant will develop the package of tools to be used in training of health staff and volunteers and monitoring of the activities. All relevant Save the Children staff in Myanmar will provide inputs and supports to the consultant as and when necessary.The Project Coordinator Malaria SBCC and Project Manager Malaria will be the key points of contact at the Yangon level assisting with necessary administrative, logistical and technical support and heshe will be supported by others members of the health team.Expected deliverables Outputs 1. Malaria SBCC strategy document2. Malaria SBCC training package for health staff and VHVs3. Malaria SBCC materials for communication and monitoring4. ReportBudgetThe consultants will be responsible for designing SBCC strategy based on community assessment and consultations with stakeholders, developing SBCC training package for health staff and volunteers and SBCC materials for communication and monitoring. Save the Children will support the consultant in terms of mobilizing the community members, consultation with stakeholders, facilitating the administration and logistics of the assessment, etc. Therefore, the financial proposal should include detailed breakdown costs that may include consulting fees, transporttravel cost and other associated costs related to the assessment administration and management.TimeframeThe assignment should be effective from November 2018 to February 2019.Sr. No Task Description November 2018 December 2018 January 2019 February 20191 Desk review 2 Community assessment 3 SBCC strategy development 4 SBCC training package development 5 SBCC tools development 6 Report Writing 7 First Draft Report 8 Final Report Submission Quality controlThe consultant should share the findings, tools and products to SCI. Feedback and suggestions should be exchanged mutually to make the product better and professional. The SCI team should be familiar with the concept and tools of SBCC, basic malaria health issues, conflict situation, inclusion and human rights.SCOPE OF ROLE:Reports to: Project Coordinator SBCC malaria and Project Manager Malaria

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Project Officer
Company: Save the Children International

Prepare the work plan and budget for the township level implementation in consultation with SPO Assist the SPO in ensuring that project inputs are provided in a timely manner procurearrange for project supplies and materials as needed Assist the SPO in coordinating with local authorities and partners in their area of jurisdiction e.g., township or villages, as the case may be Organize, administer and facilitate capacity building activities in geographic areas of assignment Assist SPO in preparing township work plan and budget estimation. Organise all trainings in the respective townships Collect program data as requiredProgram Management Monitor and document the progress of project activities in geographic areas of assignment Prepare and submit reports on each program Supervise the Project Assistants in the implementation of their functions and provide support as needed Ensure that project resources for specific location are used optimally and that expenditures comply with internal controls set by the FinanceGrants Units Carry out other tasks assigned by the supervisors as required.Documentation Maintain minutes of important meetings, monthly reports and daily dairies Organise photo documentation of project activities Adhere to education team formats for reporting education activities Collect, analyse and share data and case studies to be maintained at education central databaseCommunication Ensure that project related information are relayed to community development facilitators Prepare communication materials to partnerscommunities within implementation area. Work with team to ensure the information relating to Save the Children and our activities are shared widely within communities in which we are working and provide for their participation and feedback in line with relevant guidelines and frameworks.Other Prepare periodic work plans with supervisor in a timely manner Assist with periodic and other reporting as necessary Assist in documentation of process and impact of the program as needed.

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Consultant (Research Assistant, Social Media & Youth)
Company: Save the Children International

JOB TITLE: Consultant Research Assistant, Social Media YouthTEAMPROGRAMME: Communications, Advocacy, and Campaigns Department LOCATION: Yangon, Myanmar multiple locationsNumber of Positions: 2 Type of Contract: AgreementCHILD SAFEGUARDING:Level 3: the role holder will have contact with children andor young people either frequently e.g. once a week or more or intensively e.g. four days in one month or more or overnight because they work in country programs or are visiting country programs ore because they are responsible for implementing the police checkingvetting process staff.Consultancy Role: Assist in undertaking a scoping study examining the impact of social media usage on youth living in conflictaffected regions, with a focus on understanding issues of hate speech, propaganda, fake news, rumors, and incitement to violence. The scoping study will mostly be qualitative in nature and use childfriendly participatory methods to increase our understanding of how youth engage with social media, and the impact that hate speech, propaganda, and fake news may have on their attitudes and behaviours on and offline. The scoping study will be used to inform the development of youthfocused digital and media literacy materials to support good digital citizenship, foster critical thinking skills, and encourage empathy and tolerance online.INTRODUCTION:In Myanmar, of all the changes that have taken place over the past five years, one of the most impactful has been the dramatic increase in public access to the internet. While connectivity rates in Myanmar are now extremely high, 78 of internet users are said to have poor digital literacy skills due to their lack of previous experience with digital media. Likewise, the problems faced by countries with prior access to digital tools are now migrating to Myanmar, including the use of social media for cyber bullying and the creation and sharing of hate speech and fake news all of which are linked closely with poor digital literacy. Most worrying is that this has also been linked to recent outbursts of violence in Myanmar.While these negative aspects of digital connectivity provide challenges, they also present opportunities for the emergence of Myanmars digital citizenship, which has the very real potential to play a key role in promoting peace and harmony. We believe the key to preventing hate speech in Myanmar is its people and particularly with its youth who must be given the tools they need to participate and help nurture healthy digital civic spaces. The findings and recommendations from this scoping study will inform the development and creation of child and youthcentered media and digital literacy tools that will help foster critical thinking skills, encourage empathy and tolerance online, and support youth to be good digital citizens. The scoping study will help contextualize the digital tools to the Myanmar context, while ensuring that they will resonate with Myanmar youth.The geographic scope of the study is open and will be informed by the desk review. The scoping study will most likely take place in conflictaffected regions of Myanmar in Rakhine, Northern Shan, Kayah, andor Kayin States where SCI is currently implementing programming.The scoping study will gather the views of youth and important people from their communities including parents, teachers, and community leaders. Some of the key questions that will guide the scoping study may include:1 How do youth perceiveview Facebook and other forms of social media Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, WeChat, WhatsApp, blogs, etc. How do youth use different types of social media, and for what purposes2 What kinds of online content and social media messages are youth sharing, and why What barrierschallenges do youth face in using social media3 How do youth think social media impacts on their thoughts, feelings, behaviours andor attitudes What kinds of impacts does social media have on their psychological wellbeing 4 Do youth trust what they see and read on social media Why or why not Do they check the accuracy of the information they receive online, and if so how How do youth judge the accuracy or truthfulness of online content and social media messages5 Do youth feel that what they do on social media has an impact What kinds of impacts6 What are the most common forms of hate speech and threat narratives in Myanmar What are the experiences of youth regarding hate speech on social media, and how does it make them feel What do they think of it and how do they react to it How does hate speechpropagandafake news impact on their behaviour and attitudes Does it lead to feelings of outgroup bias7 What has been the impact so far of local antihate speech campaigns such as Panzagar flower speech on Facebook Who can be positive influencers for youth onlineThe scoping study must incorporate the following elements: Participatory. Research must be carried out in a manner that maximizes participation and which is grounded in an empowerment perspective. Research activities can include traditional research methods such as focus group discussions and key informant interviews, but these must be structured in a way that allows participants to move beyond being research subjects and become actual participants in the research process at all stages. Incorporating a learning component for participants is an essential component of the research process the use of innovative methodologies is highly encouraged. Aside from youth ages 1425 years old, other key participants may include parents, teachers, community groups, religiouscommunity leaders, and CBO and CSO members. Childsensitive. All members of the research team must undergo training in childsafeguarding and child participation prior to engaging with childrenyouth. Research must adhere to childsafeguarding principles including do no harm. The wellbeing of children is prioritized and they are not put under any situations of harm or distress. Gendersensitive. Research should be done in a manner that is respectful of existing gender norms and practices, and which accommodates the differing needs of women, men, boys and girls. When possible, findings should be sexdisaggregated. Conflictsensitive. Research should be grounded in principles of conflict sensitivity, and include stakeholders and participants representing all key ethnic groups Rakhine, Rohingya, Kachin, Shan, Bamar, Taang, and others.PURPOSE OF CONSULTANCY:The assistant researcher will work with the lead researcher to undertake this study and assist in meeting the main objectives and deliverables outlined below.Main Objectives:1. Assist in conducting a desk review of social mediarelated research that has already been undertaken in Myanmar. Organizations such as Phandeeyar and Search for Common Ground have already conducted social media research, so this scoping study should complement work that has already been done. The scoping study should help fill gaps in understanding and provide a more comprehensive picture of the digital landscape in Myanmar, with a specific focus on youth and the impact of negative online influences on youth.2. Assist in designing a gender and childsensitive methodology with associated research tools for the social media scoping study. The methodology must incorporate child participatory methods, and the research tools should be adapted to youth and adult audiences. The research tools must be piloted and adapted accordingly prior to data collection.3. Be responsible for translation needs including translation during trainings and workshops, as well as during data collection and data analysis.4. Organize logistics according to the research plan, including setting up meetings, interviews, and FGDs, liaising with stakeholders and community members, organizing transportation and materials, and other associated tasks.5. Help carry out data collection in two research sites.6. Assist with data entry and data analysis.Key Deliverables:1. Research Methodology and Tools.2. Verbal and written translation as needed.3. Data collection in key field sites.4. Data entry and data analysis.SCOPE OF ROLE:Reports to: Lead Researcher.Travel: Based in Yangon, with travel to two research sites contingent on travel authorizations.Timeframe of consultancy: 35 working days with possibility of extension based on research needs: 2 days assisting with desk review 3 days assisting with designing methodology and tools 2 days piloting the methodology 2 days research training workshops 2 days for organizing logistics according to the research plan 15 days of fieldbased research in two research sites 3 days for data entry 6 days for translation needs negotiable.Key Areas of Accountability: Provide feedback into the development of a sound YPAR methodology and associated tools Ensure adherence to protocols around participation of children in research Ensure meaningful participation and feedback of CSO partners, childrens groups, and other key stakeholders Provide translation MyanmarEnglish for workshops, trainings, data collection, and data analysis Lead on organizing logistics for the implementation of the research: organize trainings and workshops, liaise with partners, schedule interviews and FGDs, provide information to community members, etc. Conduct interviews and FGDs according to the methodology in key field sites Lead on data entry and collation of data

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Consultant (Education – IKEA Access)
Company: Save the Children International

TEAMPROGRAMME: Education LOCATION: YangonNumber of Position: 1 Type of Contract: AgreementCHILD SAFEGUARDING:Level 1: the role holder will not have contact with children andor young people, or access to personal data about children or young people, as part of their work therefore a police check will not be mandatory unless the content or location of the role changes, in which case the Child Safeguarding level will be reviewed.Consultancy Role: Conducting final evaluation for IKEA Access to School Project and reportingIntroduction and Background:Save the Children is conducting an end line study as part of its IKEA funded project on inclusive education focusing on disability and language.The overall aim of the project is to: Increase the access to education and improve learning of the most vulnerable children particularly children with disabilities and children from ethnic minorities in early grades.In order to achieve this, the project work with 347 communities and schools in 7 townships Minbu, Pakoku Saw Magway region, Hpruso Kayah state, Hsipaw Shan state, Oaktwin Bago region and Hpaan Kayin state in raising awareness, improve teacher capacities and KG classroom environment. At township level, the project will engage with TEOs and DSW to raise awareness and develop capacities in making schools more inclusive. Evidence from the implementation will be used to advocate for changes with the MoE.The project has three main outcomesOutcome 1 Access: Promote the rights of children with disabilities and ethnic minorities to education through contributing to the establishment of inclusive quality learning environments in the new kindergarten year for children aged 5 years. the project aims to enrol a total of 12447 children with disabilities , different ethnic groups in 347 schools over a period of 3 yearsOutcome 2 Quality and Learning Outcomes: The quality of the FoundationKG Year Classes learning environments have improved in all SC supported schools and learning outcomes for all early Grade children in target villages have improvedOutcome 3 Policy engagement: National policies, practice and implementation are increasingly based on child rights and child centred approaches through Save the Childrens voice in National Education Sector planning and programming processes in particular in research, policy and practice with regard to the FoundationKG Year and inclusive education.Purpose of Consultancy:1. Objectives of the StudyThe objectives of the study are to1. Produce information against defined indicators for the relevant component on the current status of programme components.2. Answer key research questions which are aligned with the outcomes through desk review, and appropriate qualitative data from the field.3. Ensure all indicators, both quantitative and qualitative are specifically responded to, as well as producing an overall narrative against the outcomes, and crossoutcome analysis produced in the final report.4. Provide clear recommendations that might be taken into consideration in designing future projects.2. Proposed MethodologyThe methodology is developed based on internal Save the Children requirements, results framework and taking into consideration practical resource and budgetary constraints More details are provided in the SCN end line manual, Programme Results Framework and MEAL plan which will be provided to the consultant for review.The outcome indicators for the project are as follows, for which the study is expected to provide specific information both numerical and qualitativeAccess: of children accessing the foundational year in target villages disaggregated by gender, disability, ethnicity and socio economic status of foundational year classrooms established ensuring accessibility of CWD of classrooms equipped and supplied to ensure conducive learning environment for children with disabilities of communities receiving training and awareness raising on the importance of children with disabilities having access to education of community managed support system CMSS established of identified OSC with disabilities that are enrolled in school for Foundation class, G1, G2 and G3Quality: and of children demonstrating improved learning appropriate to their needs and of foundational year classrooms achieving all four QLE guiding principles of kindergarten children participating in classroom activities of teachers that receive training in inclusive education approaches of teachers demonstrating use of effective teaching learning process of TLMs provided to kindergarten teachers communities which are supporting childrens learning particularly children with disabilities and minority children through identified activities of mechanisms such as Children Learning Support Group, Community Managed Support Committee, PTA established to support childrens learning of children with disabilities accessing librariesPolicy: Contribution by Save the Children to National mechanism on Education Sector Planning programme processes particularly related to inclusive education for example, Joint Education Sector Working Group, Development Partner Group, Education Thematic Working Group disability and education working group, National Task Forces and Technical Working Groups of national mechanisms where Save the Children participates actively of Model classroom accessed by teachers across the township of MCRCs established incorporating IE principles and type of policy practice development mechanisms meetings related to inclusive education which Save the Children participates in as a key development partner parliamentary, Central, Stateregion, or local government of joint studiesreports produced by Save the Children and other disability stakeholders awarenessadvocacy sharing meetings related to inclusive education facilitated state regional central levels children who report that they enjoy school Children who are seen to be supportive of children with disabilities in the classroom helping, playing with, standing up for etc.Tools:As some of the indicators use internal systems to Save the Children, relevant tools will be provided to the consultant for review, adaptation and finalization. The consultant may use other tools as appropriate. An annex is included which details some of the existing tools and responsibilities for collecting information.Key Research QuestionsThe following three key research questions are to ensure the project team has all the information necessaryCommunity: What is the difference between baseline result and current level of awareness understanding perception on inclusion of Children With Disabilities CWD and ethno linguistic minorities among the communitiesUnder this broad question, we expect answers to questions like whether CWDs should beare sent to school, what are the challenges and stigma faced by a child with disabilities andor their family, whether the community has support in early identification, and languages spokenTeachers: What are the differences between baseline result and the result of the current capacities and skills of teachersTheir understanding of inclusion, challenges a teacher faces when developing an inclusive classroom, whether they are able to ensure CWDs learn, perceptions of children without disabilities on including CWDs, training received, support from TEO, a realistic appreciation of what is needed to make inclusion a realityAdvocacy:Analyze new National Education Strategic Plan, Disability Law and commitments to international conventions and declarations CRPW, CRC and SDGs identify challenges and opportunities for SCiM to advocate forSubquestionsWhat is the Township Education Office Department of social welfare understanding on inclusionIn their understanding, what are the policies that facilitate and what are the practical barriers to developing inclusive classrooms How have they promoted disability inclusion in their townshipsGeographical scope and sampling:The number of schools and locations are as followsProgramme Region State Townships Total of schools SamplingNORAD Framework Agreement Kayah Hpruso 41 8 Magway Saw 41 8 Pakoku 41 8 Minbu 41 8 2 Regionsstates 4 Townships 164 intervention Schools 32 schoolsProgramme Region State Townships Total of schools Best Start and NOKIABest Start Kayin Hpaan 61 7 Bago Oaktwin 61 7 Shan Hsipaw 61 7 3 Regionsstates 3 Townships 183 intervention Schools 21 schoolsProgramme Region State Townships Total of ECCDsVillages BEST START and NOKIA Best Start ECCDs Kayin Hpaan 20 2 Bago Oaktwin 20 2 Shan Hsipaw 20 2 3 Regionsstates 3 Townships 60 intervention ECCDsVillages 6 ECCD center Alternative Parenting Education ServiceSampling:Sampling will be finalized based on discussions with the consultant based on the agreed methodology.3. Consultant Responsibilities and DeliverablesThe approximate duration of consultant requirement from the 1st Nov 2018 to 19th Dec 2017see timeline and table of deliverables belowDeliverables Responsibilities Location Days Deadline1. Finalized workplan based on timeline Meetings with Education teams and MEAL. Familiarization with programme documents Yangon 2 12nd Nov 20182. Finalized Tools for Field Work Selection of sampled villages, finalization of tools Yangon 2 56th Nov 20183. Enumerator Workshop Preparation and delivery of 2 day workshop to train SC staff and partners on tools, methods and ethical data collection. To be determined 2 89th Nov 20184. Desk Review 3 1012th Nov 20185. Data Collected and entered Supervision of data collection and entry at various locations Selected field sites 15including travel days and school holidays 1327th Nov 2018 15 days 9 per tsp6. First Draft of Report Analyze and draft report not more than 50 pages including annex Yangon 4 36th Dec 20187. Summary of findings in power point for discussion Presentation and discussion of findings and preliminary conclusions Yangon 1 7th Dec 20188. Second draft of report Submit second draft based on comments during the presentation Consultant home base 2 1213th Dec 20189. Final Report: Direct quantitative numbers for indicators Final baseline study, responding to comments from SC internal advisors and MEAL plan with numbers for indicators Consultant home base 3 1719th Dec 2018Total working Days 34 4. Responsibilities of Save the ChildrenSave the children will provide Documents:o Project Proposalo Results Frameworko MEAL plano Baseline Reporto Current versions of available toolso Material for desk review UNICEF study on disability and such Orientation: An introduction to the project, documents and expectations Logistical requirements: In country travel arrangements and accommodation Resource support: Save the children will provide a maximum of 5 staff members for data entry and analysis.Save the children will discuss with the consultant at the time of the orientation on frequency of meetings to discuss progress.Focal points for the study from Save the Children are as follows1. Caroline, Project Coordinator, Education: Administration and logistical requirements, as well as payments and contract components2. Sai Aung Moe, ME Coordinator, Education: Sampling and methodology related discussions, tool review and adaptations and data analysis requirements3. Sridevi Srinivasan, Head of programme Education: Soliciting technical inputs internally and sign off on final reportProposed Timeline Save the children responsibilities Consultant responsibilitiesSteps Responsibility OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W1 W2 W3 W4RecruitmentRecruitment process Save the Children Select consultant Save the Children Orientation for consultant Save the Children PreparationSchool selection Save the Children Finalized workplan based on timeline Save the Children Consultant Review and finalize tools and methodology Orientation for Enumerators Consultant Enumerator Workshop Consultant Data Collection, Entry and analysisDesk review Consultant Data Collection and entry Save the Children Consultant Compilation and Analysis Consultant ReportFirst Draft and Presentation Consultant Internal Review Save the Children Second Draft and Presentation Consultant Internal Review Save the Children Report Finalization and Submission Consultant Final Review of reports Save the Children Report Submission to Save the Children Norway Save the Children Annex 1: Proposed Methods and GuidelinesIndicator Types of indicators Proposed Methods or guidelines can be changed andor adapted by the consultant as necessary Responsibilities1.a of children accessing the foundational year in target villages disaggregated by gender, disability, ethnicity and socio economic status Outcome School Enrollment recordsInterviews with Head of SchoolsExisting information from QLE data Data Collection, Entry: SCiM teamAnalysis: Consultant1.1.a of foundational year classrooms established ensuring accessibility of CWD Output Checklist Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant1.1.b of classrooms equipped and supplied to ensure conducive learning environment for children with disabilities Output Project records Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant1.2.a of communities receiving training and awareness raising on the importance of children with disabilities having access to education Output Project records Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant1.2.b of community managed support system CMSS established Output Project records Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant1.2.c of identified OSC with disabilities that are enrolled in school for Foundation class, G1, G2 and G3 Output Project records Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant2.a and of children demonstrating improved learning appropriate to their needs Outcome To be determined Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant2.b and of foundational year classrooms achieving all four QLE guiding principles Outcome KG quality framework: Focus group discussions with Children and parents Classroom school observations Interviews with teachers and PTAs Interviews with school heads Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant2.1.a of kindergarten children participating in classroom activities Output To be determined Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant2.2.a of teachers that receive training in inclusive education approaches Output Project records Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant2.2.b of teachers demonstrating use of effective teaching learning process Output Classroom observations KGQFW will be done simultaneously Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant2.2.c of TLMs provided to kindergarten teachers Output Project records Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant2.3.a communities which are supporting childrens learning particularly children with disabilities and minority children through identified activities Output Project records Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant2.3.b of mechanisms such as Children Learning Support Group, Community Managed Support Committee, PTA established to support childrens learning Output Project records Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant2.3.c of children with disabilities accessing libraries Output Project records Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultantContribution by Save the Children to National mechanism on Education Sector Planning programme processes particularly related to inclusive education for example, Joint Education Sector Working Group, Development Partner Group, Education Thematic Working Group disability and education working group, National Task Forces and Technical Working Groups of national mechanisms where Save the Children participates actively Outcome Desk reviewsKey informant interviews Collection, Entry and analysis: Consultant3.1.a of Model classroom accessed by teachers across the township Output Project records Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant3.1.b of MCRCs established incorporating IE principles Output Checklist Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant3.2.a and type of policy practice development mechanisms meetings related to inclusive education which Save the Children participates in as a key development partner parliamentary, Central, Stateregion, or local government Output Desk reviews Data Collection, Entry and analysis: Consultant3.3.a of joint studiesreports produced by Save the Children and other disability stakeholders Output Project records Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant3.3.b awarenessadvocacy sharing meetings related to inclusive education facilitated state regional central levels Output Project records Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant children who report that they enjoy school Output Interview with children Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultant Children who are seen to be supportive of children with disabilities in the classroom helping, playing with, standing up for etc. Output Interview with children, Classroom observation Data Collection, Entry: Save the children Teams Analysis: consultantSCOPE OF ROLE:Reports to: Programme Manager, Education ProgrammeTravel: Frequent over 6 days per month

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Trainer
Company: Save the Children International

TEAMPROGRAMME: Human Resources LOCATION: Head Office, YangonNumber of Position: 1 Type of Contract: AgreementCHILD SAFEGUARDING:Level 1: the role holder will not have contact with children andor young people, or access to personal dataabout children or young people, as part of their work therefore a police check will not be mandatory unlessthe content or location of the role changes, in which case the Child Safeguarding level will be reviewed.Consultancy Role:To develop customized training design for leadership and management program and deliver trainings to SCIstaff.Introduction:Learning and Development team from HR department has carried out training needs assessment and analysedthe data from Individual staff development plan which is included in an annual performance management form.One of the training needs is developing leadership and management skills for mid and senior staff of nationalstaff. To support this learning needs, LD team is looking for a skilful trainer to deliver training in Yangonoffice as well as regional and field offices. Thus, LD team would like to invite for application from reputableTraining Firms or Individual Trainer.Purpose of Consultancy:The purpose of the Leadership Skills training is to strengthen the staff members mid senior Staff currentleadership and management skills. Proposed to blend this training with theoretical and practical experience inmanagement and Leadership through which staff will acquire skills to manage and lead their respective teameffectively and efficiently. Purpose of consultancy is: To consult with hiring manager to find out specific learning needs of the focus group To develop the customized training design to fulfil the objectives of the training To facilitate the trainings according to the schedule which requested by the organization To submit the training report within one month based on the evaluation.SCOPE OF ROLE:Reports to: HR Manager

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Consultant (Assistant Engineer)
Company: Save the Children International

1. Construction Standard Operation Procedure Coordinate the review and internal approval of the Construction and Communityled Construction SOP Including procurements, contracts and insurance Architecturalengineering drawings and technical support Support in reviewing the proposed construction sites, finalize it in consultation with the community representatives as required Support in reviewing current design in use by SC and provide updated infrastructure designs whenever necessary, including designs based on soil testing results, ensuring safety and security as well as access for people with disabilities, with a particular focus on constructions conducted under education programs. Provide assistance on technical support to the construction officer based in HpaAn for the review, design, supervision and maintenance of infrastructure, including community mobilization for communityled constructions.2. Develop detail design and cost estimation as advised by PM: On the basis of the standard set by Save the Children, developreview detail design for each ECCD Center incorporating water and sanitation in coordinating with the respective community representatives group. Produce detail bill of quantity BoQ, cost estimation for each ECCD Center Develop technical documents as required.3. Supervisionmonitoring of execution of construction work: Assist the construction engineer in supervision of the construction work ensuring the quality and standards as specified by Save the Children Coordinate and communicate regularly with community representatives with the support of field teams , and relevant SC staff in field and Yangon in the management of construction work Ensure that the local resources construction workers, materials etc.are used as far as standards are met Ensure that children are not used as construction workers at any time Monitor the quality of the construction materials and stock management Ensure that elements of DRR, is incorporated and the centers are inclusive accessible for children with disability Ensure that progress of construction work is along the schedule as planned Ensure that adequate safety procedures are followed during construction work4. Reporting the progress: Assist to document construction progress reports, site photographs, contractor communications, etc. in the Construction Folder Assist to produce and submit to PM weeklyfortnightlymonthly work plan and progress report for the construction work Reportsolve any unforeseen constraints or challenges affecting progress of the construction work in the field5. Others: Conduct orientation and training to the ECCD Committee, staff, PTAs and youth in nonstructural mitigation and school disaster management. Develop maintenance plan with the ECCD Committee and the community to ensure the sustainability of ECCD centers. Report to Construction Engineer and Senior Project Officer as soon as misconducts or violation of rules and regulation identified, Perform other tasks as assigned by supervisors.

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Office Assistant
Company: Save the Children International

Smoothly running of mission office systematic, safe secure electricity supply system, telephone PABX system installation management system, Building Office Auto Machine, Generator, Voltage Stabilizer Air corn systematic maintenance repair, office auto machine, furniture, etc in line with Save the Children International guidelines and procedure Ensure that the Save the Children International office, residences and Equipments are all wellmaintained and organize prompt and appropriate repairs as and when required Responsible maintenance of procurement, including quotations, pricing, orders, purchasing Assist in staff movements according to sitting plan Assist in payment for office residence telephones Collection of bills telephones, electricity, etc. for office and residences Assist in arrangement of meeting rooms Assist in reception as and when required Manage postal and express mail Maintain record of office telephones, fax usage, etc, . Arrange for printing and distribution of communications and documentation as requested Support safety and security measures for staff and office facilities Assist in checking office function and facilities regularly and repair as necessary Any other duties as requested by line manager

Job posted: 13.8.2019

Senior Procurement & Supply Chain Manager
Company: Save the Children International

Manage procurement of GFATM grant related health commodities: Lead Save the Children Global Fund PSM team, including SRs in the areas of Forecasting, Procurement of health and nonhealth products, Supply Chain, Logistics and PSM Management Information System. Lead the PR team in the identification of international recognized Procurement Agents PA as well as in the negotiations of terms and conditions for PA delivery of pharmaceuticals and health products to Myanmar. This includes the consolidation of SRs health products and pharmaceuticals into a final procurement list to be procured by potential PAs. Lead the importation process of pharmaceuticals and health products to Myanmar as needed and coordinate with the relevant authorities i.e import license, coordination with consignee, custom clearance and transportation to central warehouses. Implement the PSM monitoring system to ensure that PR and SRs follow procurement processes and guidelines as established in the PSM plans, Standard Operation Practices SOPs and PSM manuals. Monitor that Storage facilitiesWarehouses that will stock GFATM products fulfill adequate standards for the storage of pharmaceuticals and health products. Update, as necessary, procurement guidelines and plans related to health and nonhealth commodities under the GFATM grants. Ensure the implementation of Quality Assurance and Quality Control procedures as per GFATM grant requirements.Procurement Supply chain strengthening: Monitor SRs local supply chain management of grant related commodities distribution and logistics fleet acquired under GFATM grant. Ensure monitoring and oversight of Local Procurement done by SubRecipients of health and nonhealth products. Ensure the necessary strengthening of the supply chain for grant related commodities: Inventory management practices Management information system including SOP and necessary tools distribution logistics report on consumption and commodity management indicators. Ensure the monitoring of the implementation and the budget of the above strengthening activities Ensure quality assurance of grant related health commodities throughout the supply chain. Monitor and assess procurement risks and implement action to address these risks effectively through preventive actions.Coordination: Ensure coordination of all PSM related activities with the finance, program and ME units of the PR. Work in close collaboration with GFATM country team to ensure coherence in the grant implementation. Coordinate PSM and related programmatic activities with UNOPS Co PR, SRs and SCUSGFATM team. Coordinate the monitoring and reporting of PSM related activities with UNOPS Co PR, SRs and SC USGFATM team. i.e PUDRs, price monitoring system Coordinate with other key local stakeholders as required, including the Three Diseases Fund. Serve as focal point for the CoPRs meeting on PSM and with others key partnersdonors. Serve as focal point the GFATM and LFA teams inquiries and incountry visits for PSM related issues Liaise with, and coaching other colleagues PRSRs teams with respect to all aspects of procurement and monitoring of goods and services delivery in Myanmar.Others: Provide relevant technical guidance to SCI Myanmar, SCI CO having GFATM program, SRs or other stakeholers, as requested. Ready to work to respond to any natural disaster or emergency situation anywhere in Myanmar.Child Safeguarding Responsibilities Develop and pilot practical daytoday approaches to increase awareness, commitment and interest in child safeguarding amongst staff members.QUALIFICATIONSAdvanced University degree in Business, Economics, Public Administration, Pharmacy or any development related field andor a degree in procurement.

Job posted: 13.8.2019

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