CRS/Indonesia is currently looking for an Enumerator to conduct the Annual Survey Data Collection

 Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is a US – based humanitarian and development organization working in over 100 countries around the world to assist people victims of disasters, people in need and the disadvantaged regardless of race, belief or nationality. CRS has been operating in Indonesia since 1957 under the Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Social Affairs to provide both humanitarian response and long-term development to the most vulnerable communities. CRS Indonesia’s current strategy includes emergency preparedness and response, disaster risk reduction, and integrated agriculture and livelihoods. 


CRS/Indonesia is currently looking for an Enumerator to conduct the Annual Survey Data Collection for Indonesia Prepared and Resilient (PAR) III FLODESA Project and will working in the area of East Flores District.



CRS Indonesia is collaborating with Yayasan Pembangunan Sosial Ekonomi Larantuka (YASPENSEL) and key stakeholders from East Flores District Government such as Social Office and BPBD to implement FloDESA (Flores DRR Enhancement for Sustainable Livelihood) project in 10 disaster-prone villages in East Flores District. In the second year, to strengthen the advocacy in District level government CRS is collaborating with Yayasan Pengkajian dan Pengembangan Sosial (YPPS)on January 2022.

The PAR Phase III FLoDESA project focuses on strengthening DRR structures, increasing capacity building for key stakeholders, diversifying livelihoods and providing recovery support through SILC and alternate livelihood solutions. PAR Phase III is implementing a comprehensive portfolio of interventions to deliver critical capacity strengthening, increased knowledge and awareness, and resources, utilizing the ‘community-led disaster risk management’ (CLDRM) approach.


The Prepared and Resilient (PAR) III Annual Survey will serve as a means of establishing midline values for key project performance indicators and collecting information on the current situation on project targeted areas. Annual survey values will be used to set reasonable targets for these performance indicators and to determine progress towards project outcomes at certain milestones, such as the final evaluations. The MEAL SPO will provide overall management and technical direction for the survey and organize and manage the data collection process. The annual survey report will be shared with project stakeholders, including relevant government authorities, partners, internal CRS management and the donor, MACP.


The consultants will collect annual survey quantitative data from the communities targeted in the PAR III FLODESA project, which approach is subject to generally accepted and valid data collection methodology in regards to the tools development, sampling design, training and field testing parameters, etc. as prescribed in the Terms of Reference for Annual Survey attached to this SoW as reference.


Specific roles and responsibilities of the Consultants include:

·       Attend two days training of data collection using Commcare and one day review in Larantuka

·       Ensure daily target number of data collected based on the random sampling of respondents

·       Participate in daily briefing or spot-checks throughout the data collection process to ensure quality of data.

·       Communicate problems in a timely manner to MEAL SPO

·       Take part in daily / weekly data collector team debriefings. Frequency of debriefing will be decided at the end of debriefing meeting.

·       Establish confidence with the respondents

·       Use empathic communication.


Phases and Methodology

·       Orientation. The consultants will participate on CommCare data collection training to understand the overall objectives of the study, ICT4D, tools, and scope of works of the team to achieve the targets.

·       Feedback mechanism.  The consultants will coordinate with project field team and MEAL SPO on a daily basis to address critical ad hoc issues that may affect the outcomes of overall study and provide guidance on the way forward.

·       The methods/tools for this study are:

o   Key Informant Interviews are facilitated at the household level.  Interviews are used to collect respondents’ data. 

o   Technology.  Android tablets will be used to collect data.


The Consultants shall produce the following deliverables in a form and content satisfactory as per guidance given during the training to CRS country program:

·       Data collected from 28 households per consultant, total data will be collected 110. Data must be entered through CommCare.

·       Attended required training and debriefing meeting to share challenges, progress and good practices

The following milestones will be used to track the process and progress toward successful completion of the work and deliverables outlined in this scope of work:

·       Training for consultants on CommCare data collection training in Larantuka, second week of April 2022

·       Data collection at the field level April 2022


In 10 PAR III FLODESA project target villages in the District of East Flores, NTT, Indonesia.


April week 2-3, 2022


CRS will pay daily rate which includes meal expenses, and reimburse other allowable expenses based on receipts of actual transaction for travel, such as gasoline expenses and/or public transportation expenses

Consultant will stay in the village or travel from Larantuka everyday (to be confirmed)


CRS retains sole ownership of all quantitative and/or qualitative data collected during the study/work described in this SoW along with the right to publish, present, or use any study results for instructional, research, or publication objectives.


Specific Qualifications for consultants are:

-          Experience in conducting quantitative and qualitative assessments and surveys;

-          Experience in data collection methods and tools, paper based or using information communication and technology (ICT) devices or tablets;

-          Ability to work with minimum supervision

-          Willingness and ability to travel and/or live in the village

-          Good interpersonal, organizational and written/verbal communication skills, including in cross-cultural settings;

-          Fluency in Indonesian and East Flores local language

-          Demonstrated personal accountability and driven to serve others

-          Establish confidence with the participants or respondents

-          Empathic communication with the team and respondents

-          Manage the emotion which in some cases might emerge specially during the narrative collection

-          Own Android smartphone reliable to CommCare application

-          NPWP (tax card) and SIM C (motorbike driving license), having his/her own motorbike is preferable

-          Have own health insurance, such as BPJS



CRS encourage qualified candidates to apply regardless of religion, race, gender, sexual orientation or disability, all recruitment practice and procedure reflect CRS commitment to protection children and vulnerable adult from abuse.


Only applications that meet the above qualifications will be shortlisted. All applications and CVs should be sent by email to CRS Indonesia at before or by March 31st, 2022. 



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The selected consultant must abide by the CRS’ Code of Conduct and CRS’ Safeguarding policy to uphold the dignity of beneficiaries served by CRS.  CRS’ talent acquisition procedures reflect our commitment to protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse and exploitation. CRS’ branding guidelines and standards for media materials should also be followed.


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