Indonesia - USAID Project Management Specialist - Energy, FSN-11 (Post Code: K11020)

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U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) based in Jakarta is recruiting Indonesian Nationals for the following position:

USAID Project Management Specialist - Energy, FSN-11 (Post Code: K11020)

Salary starts from Rp 21,800,431 per month depending on qualifications, experience and salary history.

BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION:

The position is located in the Environment Office and serves as the Project Management Specialist for Energy sector. The incumbent will be assigned as a member of Environmental Services Team (EST) which manages the clean energy and water and sanitation portfolios in the USAID/Indonesia Environment Office. S/he manages activities in the energy and climate change mitigation and resilience to support Indonesia’s objectives in green economy.

Along with Senior Program Management Specialist for Energy, the incumbent manages the Clean Energy (CE) portfolio which covers a broad range of subsectors such as renewable energy generation, energy conservation/efficiency, clean transport, energy governance and subsidies, national and sub-national energy planning, clean energy financing, emission reduction in energy sector, low carbon energy systems, and other climate change mitigation policy planning and implementation. S/he is responsible for a variety of complex research, reporting, monitoring, and analytical duties, as well as coordinating with other Mission officers, host-country government stakeholders, and other project partners. The incumbent will also undertake regular communications with the GOI on program management involving the Ministers, Directorate Generals and senior level officials at relevant GOI ministries (such as BAPPENAS, Ministries of Energy & Mineral Resources, Environment, Home Affairs, Finance, and others), National Electricity Company/PLN, provincial governments, numerous districts/local governments, local communities, local and international NGOs, Indonesian universities, professional associations and the private sectors.

Date 
Friday, June 27, 2014 - 4:30pm

Last updated: June 27, 2014