The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Jakarta is currently looking to fill 2 vacancies in the Climate and Forest team. We are seeking to fill one position as Advisor for climate change and forest (permanent position) and one position as Project Manager for work with intact forest provinces (fixed 2 year contract with a possible extension for 1 additional year).
- Advisor for climate change and forest (permanent position)
- Project Manager for work with intact forest provinces (fixed 2 year contract with a possible extension for 1 additional year)
The Climate and Forest team at the Embassy has 6 members, and operates on a mandate from Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative (NICFI). The Embassy is part of the Norwegian Foreign Service, with a worldwide network of more than 99 missions representing Norwegian political, economic, developing aid, immigration and consular interests. The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Jakarta covers the relations between Norway and Indonesia, Timor Leste and ASEAN. The Embassy now has 9 diplomatic staff, and 20 locally employed staff members.
Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative was established in 2008 with the aim of reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in tropical forest countries. NICFI has established bilateral partnerships with 9 countries around the world, and the program in Indonesia is the second largest in terms of financial commitments and number of focus areas. NICFI works with government, civil society and the private sector to promote forest friendly economic growth through policy interventions, investments on the ground and by creating incentives and public awareness. NICFI is part of the Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment, and works bilaterally through Norway’s foreign missions in our partner countries.
The Embassy is currently recruiting for the following two vacancies
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