Source : Mailisit – March 07, 2012
The Indonesia-Australia Forest Carbon Partnership (IAFCP) seeks qualified Indonesian national foran INCAS Coordinatorposition based in Jakarta. The Indonesia Australia Forest Carbon Partnership (IAFCP) is funded by Australian Aidand managed by IDSS Pty. Ltd. and Euroconsult Mott MacDonald on behalf of AusAID.
TheINCAS Coordinatorwill work for the IAFCP facility and work closely with the INCAS Advisor and GOI appointed secondees.
Tasks will include:
1. Liaise with relevant government officials to facilitate high level government support for
2. Liaise with relevant government officials to ensure that the INCAS is adopted by Government and able to sustainably operate post IAFCP.
3. Assist GoI agencies develop plans for their involvement in INCAS development.
4. Assist in assessing agency capacity for INCAS-related activities and support them to develop appropriate capacity development plans as required.
5. Contribute to the development of IAFCP rolling prioritization plans (RPPs) related to INCAS.
6. Liaise with the IAFCP executing agency and keep them regularly informed about INCAS activities.
7. Liaise with key agencies involved in the INCAS to help coordinate data inputs, analysis and
8. Manage and coordinate INCAS activities.
9. Liaise with key agencies involved in the INCAS to facilitate coordination, communication and cooperation.
10. Liaise with other key agencies to ensure that support for carbon accounting and monitoring is well coordinated and relevant inputs contribute to the development of the INCAS.
11. Participate in INCAS related meetings.
12. Contribute to INCAS related reports including regular M&E reports.
13. Communicate and present the INCAS to relevant government organizations and other stakeholders.
The Coordinator will be an Indonesian national, engaged locally. The Coordinator should have the following qualifications and experience:
1. A graduate degree (Master’s Degree or higher preferred) in natural resource management.
2. Project or program management and coordination experience.
3. Strong communication skills, both interpersonal and written.
4. Knowledge of carbon accounting, forestry, biodiversity conservation, and climate change policies preferred.
5. Experience working with the Government of Indonesia preferred.
6. Proficiency in English preferred.
information about this position is also available on IDSS website http://www.idss.com.au/pages/1295825092.app.
If you think you might be up for the challenge, please send your application to us at:firstname.lastname@example.org later than 16 March 2012. Please specify position name you are applying for in your e-mail.
Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
Early applications are encouraged. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified. Contact the same address for further information.