WRI Indonesia has been expanding its climate portfolio that coordinates global flagship projects of the Tracking and Strengthening Climate Actions (TASCA), Nationally Determined Contributions Roadmap Implementation (NDC Roadmap), NDC Enhancement, NDC Partnership in Indonesia, Partnership to Strengthen Transparency for co-Innovation (PaSTI) and Low Carbon Development Initiative (LCDI). TASCA, LCDI and the NDC Partnership will undertake systematic social economy assessment, quantitative and spatial analyses to support the development of the next National Mid-Term Development Planning (RPJMN 2020-2024) and Indonesia Vision 2045 as a roadmap document for national long term climate strategies developed by Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS), and provide independent and authoritative evidence on the relationship between actions that strengthen economic performance and those that reduce the risk of climate change and declining environmental carrying capacity.
The program intends to identify opportunities: 1) where policy reforms and research, investment and business solutions could yield large multiple benefits for the economy, society and the environment, and 2) how development scenarios could be assessed quantitatively to balance between economic growth and environmental carrying capacity.
The Climate aims to contribute to building a low carbon development, achieving more ambitious Indonesia’s climate actions target (Nationally Determined Contributions/NDC) across development sectors. It will develop an evidence based, spatially explicit social economic development scenarios; and investment model to inform Indonesia’s Mid-term National Development Planning (RPJMN) strategic environmental assessment and to achieve Indonesia’s global commitment to emissions reduction and environmental sustainability
Under the climate portfolio including TASCA, we have published the following items:
1. NDC Enhancement Guidelines
2. Science Based Target Initiatives
3. Long-Term Strategy Study
The consultant is responsible to develop 3 infographic booklets in Bahasa Indonesia to make our technical publications become more digestible and easier to understand by public, in particular national and subnational government as well as private sectors. This position will report to the Climate Research Analyst while working closely and collaboratively with the Communication Project Lead, and an appointed illustrator.
1. Develop a 2,500 – 3,500 words of written content for 3 infographic booklets in Bahasa Indonesia, explaining:
a. NDC Enhancement Guidelines
b. Science Based Target Initiatives
c. Long-Term Strategy for Climate Action
2. Collaborate with Illustrator to finalize the whole product (3 infographic booklets)
· More than 3 years of experience in climate and science communications, copywriting, journalism, or other related field
· Excellent written communication skills in Bahasa Indonesia
· Excellent understanding on Indonesia’s climate change mitigation efforts
· Able to work under tight deadline
· Good communications skill
· Ability to work efficiently and manage their working time effectively
· Ability to maintain adequate speed and volume of output
Period of Work
The consultant is expected to provide the services for 3 months from October until December 2020. Detailed work plan will be discussed with WRI Indonesia team following signing of the engagement contract.
Consultant Fee and Terms of Payment
The consultant will be compensated according to the completion of each deliverables (deliverables-based).
Must have authorization to work in Indonesia to be eligible for this position.
Must submit proposed professional fee and 2 writing samples in Bahasa Indonesia
Final candidates might be required to take a writing test when needed.
Consultant rate: Consultant rate is commensurate with experience and skills.
Application close: 1700 (Jakarta Time), 8 October 2020. We will close the advert earlier when the best candidates are identified at earlier dates.
This is a locally engaged position; Indonesian nationals are encouraged to apply.
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