A magnitude 7.0 earthquake and series following earthquake that struck Lombok in August 2018 have affected 3.5 million people and forced 417,529 people to displace (AHA Centre, 16 August 2018). The official reports acknowledged five districts/municipality that affected by the quakes, namely Central Lombok, East Lombok, Mataram City, North Lombok and West Lombok. North Lombok and West Lombok where Plan Indonesia have been working in the last few years are the worst affected districts. There were 1,235 school buildings that have damaged, which included 4,713 damaged classrooms and 218,493 affected students. In North Lombok in particular, there were 294 schools that were affected.
Plan Indonesia is implementing comprehensive school safety (CSS) project in North Lombok, Nusa Tenggara Barat, funded by PT SMI and Unicef. The project comprises school building re-construction, to achieve pillar 1 of CSS as well as establish school based disaster management and strengthen the disaster education. To support the project, Plan Indonesia is hiring logistic officer to be based in Mataram, NTB
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Responsible to implement project procurement, logistic, distribution. Will proactively support running projects of Humanitarian and Resilience program, to provide timely manner on procuring needs and material in order to run activities smoothly
Typical Responsibilities - Key End Results of Position:
Key Result Area
(KRA 1). Responsible on procurement and logistic materials needed for project implementation
(KRA 2). Manage internal procurement and logistic systems and procedures
Knowledge, Experience, Skills and Behaviours Required to Achieve Role’s Objectives:
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All applications will be treated in confidence. Only short-listed candidates will be notified and invited for interviews. Please submit your letter of application and detailed curriculum vitae in English by Click Apply No not later than July 05, 2020
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