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Monday, August 1, 2016

Yayasan Sayangi Tunas Cilik seek Data Quality & Communication Officer based in Sumba

Save the Children in Indonesia is changing for the better.  We've begun to build a national organisation that aims to be a strong, local, and self-sustaining voice for children in Indonesia namely Yayasan Sayangi Tunas Cilik Tunas Cilik.  To this end, Yayasan has been designated as a “Prospect Member of Save the Children” which focuses on strengthening and localizing our voice for children in strategic middle income countries. Currently Save the Children’s programs in Indonesia is implemented by Yayasan Sayangi Tunas Cilik. We work in eleven provinces, have staff of approximately 300 local professionals, and programming in Child Protection, Education, Health and Nutrition, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Humanitarian Response. We are currently seeking to fill the following position:


DATA QUALITY AND COMMUNICATION OFFICER - SPONSORSHIP
1 position, based in Sumba
Code : DQCO-Sponsorship

ROLE PURPOSE:
The retention of these sponsors is highly dependent on quality communications that effectively communicate the impact of our programs and these children’s lives in Sumba.  The Data Quality and Communications Officer will support the sponsorship program by writing & producing quality sponsorship communications and monitoring of all retention related activities.

   
 


Please visit our site for more detail:http://indonesia.savethechildren.net/jobs and/or: www.savethechildren.or.id
Updated CV and application letter should be sent to recruitment.indonesia@savethechildren.org
Please fill the “subject” column of the e-mails in this format: <DQCO-SPONSORSHIP ><your name>
Closing date for application is up to 10 August 2016
(Only short-listed candidates will be notified)

Save the Children encourages qualified candidates to apply regardless of religion, race, gender, sexual orientation or disability
All recruitment practices and procedures reflect Save the Children’s commitment to protecting children from abuse

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