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KfW is seeking to fill a position as a Project Coordinator / Sector Expert for forest protection / sustainable forest management / biodiversity conservation in its representative office in Jakarta.

Responsibilities
Your primary task will be to monitor, facilitate and follow-up on the identification, preparation and implementation of activities financed by KfW in the area of forest protection and biodiversity conservation. You shall closely collaborate with KfW´s project partners, such as Government of Indonesia (GoI) and local and international Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) in order to facilitate an effective and efficient implementation of projects by KfW´s partner institutions.

Requirements and Skills are, inter alia:
  • Post graduate degree in forestry, natural resource management or
    equivalent;

  • At least 5-7 years of progressively responsible working experience with
    GoI, large international NGOs and/or bi-/multilateral agencies;

  • Proven project experience on forest protection, sustainable forest management,
    land use planning, watershed management and/or biodiversity conservation;

  • Profound knowledge of Indonesian policies and practices on forest
    protection and biodiversity conservation;

  • Proven negotiation skills and experience in dealing with senior level
    government officials;

  • Fluency in English (speaking/writing) and Indonesian language;
  • Proven ability to establish and manage successful relationships and to establish a business network;
  • Team-player with strong interpersonal-skills and willingness to work in an international
    environment;

  • Self-motivated and self organised.
Contact / Application Process
Interested candidates are requested to obtain further information by email to recruitment.kfw.jakarta@gmail.com until 23rd May 2016.

KfW Development Bank (the German Development Bank) is part of KfW Banking Group, the promotional bank of the Federal Republic of Germany. It works on behalf of the German Government.

Our mission is to support our government to achieve its goals set for German Development Coorpartion with developing countries and emerging economies, such as the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, to adapt to climate change and to preserve biodiversity.

Projects and programmes financed by KfW within the framework of German Financial Cooperation are developed and implemented by KfW´s partner institutions (mainly Government institutions, but also NGOs) with the support and advice of KfW.