Palladium BANTU: Short-term COVID-19 Logistic Junior Consultants (2 positions)

 Short-term COVID-19 Logistic Junior Consultants

(2 positions)


Palladium is appointed by USAID to manage USAID-funded Health technical Assistance Project (BANTU), to support USAID Indonesia’s Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) by rapidly leveraging specialized short and long-term technical assistance to USAID, USAID-funded programs; the Government of Indonesia (GOI), and other organizations and agencies as required.

We are currently seeking two (2) short-term Logistic Junior Consultants to be seconded to the Health Crisis Center, the Ministry of Health, to ensure the monitoring system for distribution and allocation of health logistics to support pandemic response and help the Government of Indonesia to mitigate global health security risks.


The USAID/Indonesia Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID) program is looking for two (2) short-term Logistic Junior Consultants to provide regular data summaries as a preparation of evaluation findings, reports, and articles for appropriate audiences/stakeholders. The individuals will collect and consolidate MEL data relevant to COVID-19 logistics, qualitative and quantitative data relevant to the implementation of Health Crisis Center COVID-19 Logistic Response program, and map COVID-19 geolocation data to show locations and facilities of COVID-19 Logistic. They will work with Health Crisis Center team and USAID team, provincial logistic unit, data unit in Provinces, assist with drafting learning and communication materials on COVID-19 Logistic response in Indonesia by utilizing MEL data. The consultants will perform data entry for the Health Crisis Center as required, support COVID-19 logistics to provide M&E capacity building activities and mentoring to partners, conduct field visits to project sites to collect and spot-check MEL data and information, and provide inputs to the development of simple and practical knowledge management mechanisms.

These short-term positions are for Indonesian (local hire) for a three (3) month period each, with day-to-day technical guidance and leadership of the Director of Health Crisis Center and Emerging Infectious Diseases Team Lead, USAID Office of Health.

REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in pharmacist, public health, or technical sciences; proficient in MS office software for data processing and surveying tools (SurveyMonkey, Google forms, Open Data Kit) including Google platforms (Docs, Sheets, Drive, Gmeet, Calendar); knowledge in other mobile data collection platforms (Power BI, Tableu etc.) and experienced in carrying out surveys or conducting qualitative and quantitative data collection; have strong technical skills including ability to compile and interpret material of logistic; experienced in creating communication materials (success stories, factsheets, infographics); excellent written and verbal communication in English and Bahasa Indonesia; fast learner on topics related to public health, international donors, Government of Indonesia systems, challenges, and opportunities of the health sector in Indonesia at the national and sub-national levels; strong interpersonal skills, self-motivated, multi-tasked and results-driven with ability to work in a team and meet deadlines under minimum supervision.

HOW TO APPLY:   To respond to this position, please go to

Closing date: February 19, 2021 COB Jakarta Time

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Palladium provides equal employment to all participants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, veteran or marital status.