ESP3 DANIDA Job Vacancy: Development Programme Intern, Jakarta - Indonesian

Development Programme Intern
Are you a fresh graduate and interested in joining an international development programme?
If the answer is ‘yes!’ you might be our new development programme intern! Danida’s Environmental Support Programme Phase 3 (ESP3) is looking for an energetic intern who wants to assist and contribute to strengthening and promoting sustainable development and the green growth agenda in Indonesia while gaining valuable experience.
Your role:
The Intern will be based at the ESP3 office in Gedung Manggala Wanabakti, Kementerian Lingkungan Hidup dan Kehutanan. You will be reporting to the ESP3 National Programme Officer and will be assisting the implementation of ESP3’s activities and assignments at national level by helping and supporting the ESP3 National Coordinating Unit (NCU). On a day-to-day basis, you will be involved in monitoring and ensuring the timely and result-oriented implementation of the development programme.
Your competences:
  • Minimum bachelor degree in social science, engineering, environment, or other relevant professional fields;
  • Knowledge of sustainable development and green growth agenda issues in Indonesia;
  • Knowledge of Indonesian society and government structures;
  • Fluency in written and spoken Indonesian and English.

What we offer:
The ESP3 is offering an internship contract until the end of 2017. We would like you to start as soon as possible and preferably no later than 11 September 2017. An internship can be a smart career move for professionals at the beginning of their career. We cannot offer a salary but you will get an allowance and your duty travels reimbursed.

You will be joining a team of international and national staffs – who are all experts within their respective fields and are ambitious with a clear goal of delivering results and boosting Denmark’s collaboration with Indonesia.

What you need to do:
A letter of motivation and full CV in English should be sent to: no later than 2 September 2017.