National Support for Local Investment Climates (NSLIC) / National Support for Enhancing Local and Regional Economic Development (NSELRED)
The National Support for Local Investment Climates (NSLIC) / National Support for Enhancing Local and Regional Economic Development ( NSELRED ) Project is undertaken in partnership with the Government of Indonesia through the National Planning Agency (BAPPENAS) with the financial support of the Government of Canada provided through Global Affairs Canada (GAC) with capacity building for improving local investment climates and local economic development in selected Districts in 2 Provinces – Southeast Sulawesi and Gorontalo.
NSLIC/NSELRED Project is currently looking “Environment and Climate Change Consultant”, Jakarta-based.
Key responsibilities and duties are summarized below:
- Review and revision to the NSLIC Environment Analysis in the PIP, in accordance with the Government of Indonesia and GAC policy/standards to ensure the achievement of NSLIC gender equality results.
- Working closely with national government provincial and district/city, partners and related CSOs to develop ownership over the environmental and climate changes as an integral element of NSLIC.
- Collaborating closely with the NSLIC technical team staff, specialists and counterparts to identify key entry points for addressing environment and climate change such as the Working Group action plans.
- Providing support to the NSLIC technical team to ensure the effective implementation of the NSLIC Environment and Climate Change Analysis, including building the capacity of the team and government partners (as required).
- Monitoring progress in mainstreaming environment and climate change through field visits and participating in work planning and progress review meetings to ensure it is mainstreaming in Annual Work Plans and that relevant results are captured.
- Putting the system in place for collecting and disseminating timely, accurate, detailed, reliable and up-to-date environment and climate change information to support mainstreaming in the implementing of project activities.
- Documenting lessons learned and good practices in the environment and climate change. This responsibility will include both collecting relevant materials from Indonesia and other countries as models for NSLIC and disseminating NSLIC lessons and good practice in order to improve visibility and coverage of NSLIC environment dan climate change work.
- Maintain open communication with local stakeholders, project partners and staff.
- A degree in a relevant issue in Indonesia and 5-10 years’ experience with project design, development and management.
- Demonstrated ability to prioritize tasks, manage time and complete projects in a fast-paced, changing environment with minimal supervision.
- Strong critical thinking skills, a positive attitude, and a pro-active approach.
- Fluency in English, and an ability to write clearly and vary writing style to meet needs.
- Accuracy and thoroughness, and attention to detail.
- Demonstrated cultural sensitivity.
- Experience with Government of Indonesia related ministries and officials, within the knowledge or national policy research environment will be highly regarded.
How to apply, Applicants should send their application and CV (max. file 125kb) to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Tuesday, July 16th, 2019. Please indicate the position title in the subject line. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified and invited for an interview. Female candidates are encouraged to apply.