Summit Institute of Development Vacancy: Field Manager and Clinical Evaluation Team - Indonesian, Pakistan and Bangladesh

We are currently looking for Field Manager and Clinical Evaluation Team to work in our EMAS Project. 

The Summit Institute of Development (SID) in conjunction with Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and JPHEIGO are offering exciting opportunities in Expanding Maternal and Neonatal Survival (EMAS) Project for early-mid career level people interested in pursuing careers in public health, international development, or any related field. SID is a non-profit research and service delivery organization committed to saving lives through the improvement in health and human development at the community level through participatory evidence-based decision-making and sustainable action.  

The USAID/Indonesia Expanding Maternal and Neonatal Survival (EMAS) project, is a five year program to support Government of Indonesia to reduce maternal and newborn mortality. EMAS works with Indonesia government agencies civil society organization, public and private health facilities, health professional organization and private sector. The EMAS program is being implemented in over 150 hospitals and 300 community health centers in six provinces (Banten, West Java, Central Java, East Java, North Sumatra and South Sulawesi) with the largest concentrations of maternal and newborn deaths.  

The two aims of the projects are to o improve the quality of care of public and private health facilities for maternal and newborn health and  the efficiency and effectiveness of referral systems for maternal and newborn health.


As part of the clinical team, you be primarily responsible for conducting all clinical assessment including labor and delivery observation, facility inventories and referral case tracking in 1 of the 6 EMAS participating  provinces. You will be required to travel to various participating hospitals and puskesmas located in the selected district within a province.

Involvement in this evaluation will bring you into contact with leading International and local health organizations and you will gain exposure to the large scale Maternal and Child Health Programs and develop your experience in conducting rigorous evaluations. This role is a full-time short-term contract and requires applicant to be available &deliver observations in facilities from May- August 2016 

  • Graduated midwife field, with 2 year clinical experience will be advantage 
  • Not a civil servant or government officer employee
  • Strong experience in clinical assessment
  • Strong computer and database skills including Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills
  • Effective communication skills (in English and Bahasa Indonesia)
  • Preferable domicile on one of the province where the study located
  • Willing to be placed in 1 of the 6 EMAS participating provinces
To apply for any of the above THRIVE positions, please forward your CV (1-2 pages) and a cover letter to with ‘EMAS – Position Code’ as the subject line.