Consultant

International Organization for Migration (IOM) Jakarta is looking for a
Consultant for Baseline Survey according to the terms of reference
below. Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications to
hrjakarta@iom.int not later than 23 September 2009 indicating the
reference code below as subject. All candidates are requested to specify
their availability date in the application form. Please note that only
short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Reference No              :          SVN/ID10/2009/066
Position Title                :          Consultant
Duty Station                 :          Jakarta, Indonesia
Duration of contract   :          Three months
Starting Date                :          October 2009

Background of the Project

The project “Support to the Indonesian National Police (INP) to
implement its National Community Policing Strategy (POLMAS) in the
context of the National Action Plan on Human Rights (RAN HAM)” is
aimed at contributing to the strengthening of the Rule of Law and
Security in Indonesia, and will be implemented in the framework of the
European Commission (EC) funded project “Strengthening the Rule of
Law and Security in Indonesia”.

The overall objective of the project is to improve the capacity of the
Indonesian National Police (INP) to implement its National Community
Policing Strategy (POLMAS) in the context of the National Action Plan on
Human Rights (RAN HAM) 2004-2009. The project will achieve this through
the following specific objectives:

1.  Acceleration of the implementation of POLMAS, Human Rights, and
promotion of gender equality among first-line, mid-level and high
ranking officers nationwide.

2.  Enhancement of the knowledge and skills of INP police officers in
Community Policing (CP) techniques and on Human Rights (HR).

3.  Enhancement of the capacity of the Department of Law and Human
Rights (DLHR) and the RAN HAM national and provincial committees in the
implementation and monitoring of RAN HAM.

4.  Stimulation of general police reform, in particular in the field of
recruitment policy and other operational management procedures (change
management)

1. The project will implement the following activity clusters:

•    Provide technical assistance in support to the INP to
elaborate strategies and concrete steps for the implementation of POLMAS
•    Deliver training sessions on CP and HR with special focus on
the needs of women, victims of disasters/conflict including internally
displaced persons (IDPs) and other vulnerable groups such as the poor
and disabled
•    Conduct training sessions for relevant INP and DLHR officials
and RAN HAM Steering Committee members and develop adequate Monitoring &
Evaluation (M&E) tools
•    Provide technical assistance to the INP Education and Training
Institutions (LEMDIKTI, PTIK, SESPIM, etc.) in order to increase their
capacity to review and improve national police recruitment policies and
operational management procedures and develop appropriate response
methods to disasters, both natural and man-induced, including
ethnic/sectarian conflicts.

2. Baseline Survey

A baseline survey will seek to establish a concise overview of the
initial situation in regard to the overall and specific objectives and
monitoring and evaluation needs. This will include:

1) The state of implementation of POLMAS;

2) The state of INP implementation of Ran Ham in time span of 2004-2009;

3) A review of how the national and regional RAN HAM Committees are
operating, the type of services provided, the types of reporting coming
out of these committees as well identification of constraints for their
effective functioning.

The results of the baseline survey will also serve to update/refine the
indicators for the overall and specific objectives

This baseline survey will also need to identify the needs at Poldas
within the broad framework of Community Policing and Human Rights,
particularly in line with the recently issued Decision of the National
Chief of Police no. 7, 2008 on the implementation of Community Policing
as basic INP strategy.

3. Output / expected results:

The baseline survey will produce an analytic report identifying the
following:

a.  Overall situation in the implementation of Polmas
b. Data in selected INP provinces in Indonesia, view from INP RAN HAM
implementation.
c.  Data on in selected DJHR provinces in Indonesia, view from RAN HAM
2004-2009 matrix.

d.  Data on national and regional RAN HAM committees
e.  Generic INP monitoring tools on the implementation of RAN HAM
2004-2009 matrix.
f.  Generic DJHR monitoring tools on the implementation of RAN HAM
2004-2009 matrix.
g.  RAN HAM national and regional committees on: how they are
operating, the type of services provided, the types of reporting coming
out of these committees and identification of constraints for their
effective functioning.

4. Coordination

The baseline survey will be conducted under the coordination of the
project steering committee that is composed of representative from INP,
DJHR, IOM and the EC Delegation.

The selected consultant will be the team leader with selected INP and
DJHR as members during the field survey.

The survey will undertake the following steps:

1.      Preparation for the survey:
·        Core Team workshop to draft design and tools
·        Coordination with IOM, DJHR and INP, preparation and draft
design and tools
·        Coordination with selected Polda(s) and RAN HAM provincial
steering committees

2.      Implementation:
·        Finalizing the Survey Design, including detailed guidelines
for field teams
·        Workshop/s for national and field teams
·        Data collection, including desk studies of documentation at
each selected Polda and other sources.
·        Collecting primary data through FGDs, Interviews,
observation and case studies. This is to be done separately for the INP
and DJHR

3.  Preparing the survey report :
·        Consolidation and analysis of field reports, preparation of
draft report
·        Presentation of draft to IOM and project steering committee
·        Finalizing the report

5.      Methodology

The consultant and team will determine the methodology or may employ a
combination of the following methodologies:

Document Review; Focused Group Discussions (FGDs); Key Respondent
Interviews, etc.

6. Time Frame

Three months. This baseline survey will be conducted during the period
October – December 2009.

Desirable Qualifications:
Education and Experience

a) University degree, preferably in Police Studies, Law, Social Sciences
and/or equivalent policing educational/practical experience;

b) Three years experience with international or governmental programmes;

c) experience in liaising with governmental and diplomatic authorities as
well as with regional, national and international institutions;

d) experience and good knowledge in working directly with law
enforcement/security authorities and/or training projects for such
authorities;

e) significant experience in the survey, development,
management, and evaluation of large donor funded projects, specifically
with meeting its deadlines and milestones.

Competencies

a) Excellent writing, communication, and negotiation skills; ability to
prepare clear and concise reports;

b) strong strategic and creative thinking;

c) ability to supervise, direct, and build the capacity of local staff;

d) committed to travel and attend activities at the district and sub-district level;

e) personal commitment, efficiency, flexibility, open management style, drive for results;

f) demonstrated gender awareness and gender sensitivity;

g) ability to work effectively and harmoniously with colleagues from varied cultures and professional
backgrounds;

h) knowledge and experience in working in the region an advantage;

j) good level of computer literacy.

Languages

Thorough knowledge of English. Knowledge of Bahasa

For more detail info about us, please visit our website : www.iom.or.id
<http://www.iom.or.id>

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