PROJECT OFFICER – ENTREPRENEURSHIP – SKILL TO SUCEED
1 position, based in Bandung
Code : POE-S2S
Save the Children Indonesia through the Skills to Succeed (S2S) helps to address the need for skills that open doors to employment and economic opportunities for at-risk youth ages 16-24 in Indonesia. Our unique livelihoods approach identifies and serves the most marginalized youth and creates job linkages through local market assessment, local private sector partnership and dynamic training approach, which combines life skills, market relevant skills, and financial literacy topics. In order to address the skills gap and societal barriers faced by unemployed youth, SC will directly reach over 30,000 youth in Indonesia in the provinces of Bandung and Lampung in the period 2015-2018 in order to secure a job or start/improve their business. This will be achieved by testing and implementing an eLearning methodology, combined with our classroom approach, to strengthen employability skills through a variety of channels. SC will implement an ICT-enabled database management system to improve data collection and conduct major research to better understand the impact of various interventions.
The three main program components are:
- Train and support youth at scale
- Learn by building evidence base through ICT and research
- Build partnerships for sustainability.
Purpose of the role of Project Officer is to support on implementation of Skill to Succeed activities in Bandung, in close collaboration with S2S Manager . The post will be in charge of development and maintenance of relationships with key stakeholders, including partners in Bandung
For more details please visit : http://indonesia.
Updated CV and application letter should be sent to recruitment.indonesia@
Please fill the “subject” column of the e-mails in this format: <POE-S2S ><your name>
Closing date for application is up to 19 February 2016
(Only short-listed candidates will be notified)
Save the Children encourages qualified candidates to apply regardless of religion, race, gender, sexual orientation or disabilityAll recruitment practices and procedures reflect Save the Children’s commitment to protecting children from abuse