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Title: International Consultant: Child Well-being Survey Analysis
Location: based in Jakarta with travel to Bandung
Type of Contract: SSA (Special Service Agreement)
Duration: 4 months (full time/ 84 working days)
How can you make a difference?
Under the 2016-2020 Country Programme, UNICEF is partnering with the Bandung Islamic University (UNISBA), to support the Government of Indonesia (GoI) to pilot the International Survey on Children’s Well-being’ (ISCWeb) – also known as the Children’s Worlds Survey – in West Java Province. This school-based survey has collected data from children between the ages 8-12. Data collected through this survey will form the basis for the development of a Child Well-being Index in Indonesia. The index will combine data from the survey with traditional indicators from existing and regular Government household surveys such as SUSENAS and RISKESDAS.
The Children’s Worlds Survey was conducted in all districts/cities in West Java Province in October-November 2017. Data was collected from 24,000 children in total, including 8 (grade 2), 10 (grade 4) and 12 years olds (grade 6) through self-administered questionnaires in their classrooms. This is the first survey on child well-being ever conducted in Indonesia.
The Government of Indonesia – including through the National Ministry of Development Planning (BAPPENAS) and the national Bureau of Statistics (BPS) – has been closely involved in the piloting of the survey. BPS has actively supported the data collection in the field, data entry and initial cleaning of data. The UNISBA research team is the main lead for all technical matters related to the survey in West Java with guidance from UNICEF Indonesia and ISCWeb experts, and collaboration with the Government.
In 2018, the results of the Children’s Worlds Survey will be analyzed jointly with BPS and Bappenas and will be published in an Indonesia country report. This consultancy seeks to hire an experienced research professional to support the team – reporting to UNICEF Indonesia, and closely collaborating with the UNISBA research team – to analyze the results and write a high quality and analytical report, according to the international ISCWeb standards.
The consultant is also expected to support the technical preparations development of the Child Well-being Index in Indonesia. This will include the preparation of analytical meeting briefs to support a series of workshops with the UNISBA team, central and local government, to agree on the conceptualization of the index.
How to apply:
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- Development of a workplan with meetings and milestones for the development of the Child Well-Being Survey report and Child Well-being index
- Development of the Child Well-Being Survey report for Indonesia, in close collaboration with the UNISBA team, UNICEF, and government partners.
- Technical support for the development of the Child Well-Being index in West Java, including:
- Analytical preparations for the conceptualization of the index
- Literature review of indexes related to child well-being
- Support in preparing materials for workshops with government and other partners
- Documentation of the methodology and evolving concept
- Support to the development of the Child Well-being index report
- Agreed workplan as per task #1
- Child Well-Being Survey report for Indonesia
- Analytical background/meeting briefs for the child well-being index conceptualization
- Chapters on the methodology and concept of the Child Well-being index report developed
To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have…
- Master’s degree*) in social sciences, economics, psychology and/or related field, preferably with a significant research component
- At least 2 years of research experience in child well-being research, preferably within the ISCWeB network
- Excellent research and data analysis skills
- Excellent written English skills
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Willingness to work in Indonesia
*) PHD candidates and/or academic researchers are preferred, with an interest to jointly write at least 2 journal articles on child well-being in Indonesia.
For every Child, you demonstrate…
UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization.
Please indicate the expected monthly rate/ lump sum fee (in USD)in your application. Application without proposed fee may not be considered.
How to apply: UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of our organization. To apply, click on the following link CLICK HERE
Closing Date: 13 may 2018
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