Group, a small, woman-owned business providing novel and integrated solutions
in global health and international development, is supporting USAID/Indonesia
to implement its new Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) through a
Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Platform (MEL-P) Activity. Along with
enhancing MEL capability, we also promote use of the empirical evidence for
programming, learning, and adapting as USAID supports the Government of
MEL-P is supporting USAID Indonesia’s Environment Office (ENV) with the
recruitment of Senior Climate Change Advisor (SCCA).
will provide strategic input to ENV program development, mentoring/coaching
support, and technical guidance. Though direct involvement in project
management is not expected, the SCCA will contribute to strategic thinking on partner
engagement (including GOI and USG interagency counterparts) and assist with the
design and startup of new activities. The SCCA will support implementation coordination
among ENV, the Mission, and the Regional Development Mission for Aisa (RDMA)
implementing partners as well as coach ENV staff to strengthen communication
and teamwork for improved performance.
responsibilities are as follow:
high level strategic advisory services on engaging the interagency group on the Bilateral Climate Change Working Group
and various task forces.
USAID/Indonesia’s ENV leadership in presenting a strategic programmatic
approach to addressing climate change, aligned with the Agency’s Climate Change
a communication plan to ensure USG interagency partners understand ENV approaches
to addressing climate change challenges in Indonesia.
early-stage work planning with new WASH and marine activities.
the strategic development of solid waste management activities and link them to
the marine sector’s activities to reduce ocean plastics.
funding availability, collaborate with ENV staff to design a new adaptation
program, develop an engagement plan for cocreation with Government of Indonesia,
and/or integrate adaptation funding into existing activities.
a strategic plan to engage the GOI on terrestrial biodiversity issues that
Tropical Forest Conservation Act TFCA and USAID’s orangutan conservation
coordination with the large Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA) environment
program, especially on marine and energy activities.
develop an environment team-building plan, including a retreat (with potential
mentoring/coaching support to new Foreign Service Officer ENV supervisors and
junior Foreign Service Officers, particularly on drafting performance
in drafting/reviewing ENV memos and reports and other appropriate tasks, as needed.
duties as assigned.
least 15 years of experience managing teams and portfolios of climate change
related programs with USAID.
in USAID business practices with full understanding of design, procurement, monitoring
and evaluation, financial management, and other USAID project management
candidate should have deep knowledge of climate change issues and how these
issues are applicable to Indonesia.
candidate should have a firm understanding of the complex US Government and Government
of Indonesia relationship.
communication and teambuilding skills are essential.
is envisioned to be remote with periods of Jakarta-based work.