[DevJobsIndo] GGGI vacancy : Green Energy Advisor

Green Energy Advisor

Organization: Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)
Posting Date: 03 November 2015
Closing Date: 04 December 2015
Location : Jakarta, Indonesia
Assignment : Individual Contractor
Position Number: GGGI-HR_15-146

*Expected start date is January 2016, pending final budgetary approval.


The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) is a new international organization committed to strong, inclusive green growth. We assist developing and emerging countries with integrating their ambitions for strong economic performance and environmental sustainability with the goal of bringing about poverty reduction, job creation, social inclusion, and climate change mitigation and adaptation.

Headquartered in Seoul, GGGI was established by treaty in June 2012 at the United Nations Rio+20 Conference by an initial group of eighteen nations who share the organization’s vision. To date, there are a total of 24 Member Countries who joined the organization.

GGGI has a diverse portfolio of programs in developing countries around the world. These in-country programs, together with global products and services, focus on delivering results through an integrated approach of evidence-based green growth planning and implementation aligned to countries’ development priorities. The organization also focuses on knowledge development and management activities which build a strong theoretical and empirical basis for green growth, while providing concrete options and guidance for policymakers; as well as building the conditions for public and private green infrastructure investments. 


The position will be responsible for providing day to day technical advice to relevant GoI counterparts and lead the energy workstream within the GoI-GGGI Green Growth Program. The position will manage a small team of consultants as needed for green growth assessments in support of planning, policies and tools to reduce risks to invest in green sectors and option and pre-FS studies (in on-/off-grid Solar PV, biomass, POME, BEMS etc). The position should be a strong engager, strategic thinker and be as practical as possible, build the business cases for green energy, facilitate discussions between investors and government. The position is expected to be the go-to person for all energy related matters in GGGI Indonesia.

The position reports to the GGGI Head of Program/Country Representative in Indonesia and is part of the global Green Growth Planning and Implementation (GGP&I) team. The position will be based at the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources to be part of the ‘hybrid team’ with government counterparts. 

Key responsibilities include:
Lead the energy workstream providing project and policy guidance focused on (1) mainstreaming renewable energy and energy efficiency into energy plans          at national and subnational level, (2) identifying and conceptualizing energy projects and leading them onwards to project preparation with a view to                    reaching bankability.
Closely collaborate and liaise with GGGI’s Green Investment Services (GIS) team based in Seoul for guidance and advice
Be responsible for leading the strategic, managerial and technical elements under this workstream
Be known as the key energy expert and focal point and be the coordinator on all related efforts including public and private sector stakeholder engagement.
Have in-depth technology knowledge of renewable energy in Indonesia and abroad. Areas of immediate priority are solar power, biomass crops as a                      commodity on degraded land for power generation and various waste to power technologies. Knowledge on energy efficiency would be valuable.
Organize relevant workshops and focal group discussions with key national and subnational stakeholders.
Work closely with GoI partners in implementing the above, recognizing the importance of government buy-in and ownership in the implementation of all                  activities under the collaborative GoI-GGGI Green Growth Program.


All applicants must hold exemplary and relevant academic credentials, and must hold a post-graduate degree in a relevant subject from a leading academic institution and minimum of 3 years of experience.
Masters Degree in renewable energy and/or related subjects
Demonstrated project and policy expertise in the energy sector
Analytical, problem-solving and strategic skills with track record experience in demonstrating successful conceptualization and financing of energy projects.
Demonstrated capacity in facilitating in-depth and effective stakeholder dialogues while maintaining a strong sense of realism with regard to country                  conditions.
Demonstrated ability to garner support from a diverse range of stakeholders to ensure local ownership of the various analytical results of investment                  assessments
Outstanding interpersonal and stakeholder engagement skills, and consensus building skills, able to foster strong relationships with key energy related                  government agencies and understand government needs
Flexibility, responsiveness, and ability to manage multiple activities to tight deadlines, and with demonstrated ability to lead and work in multidisciplinary                teams;
Effective and efficient operational and organisational skills – project management and project coordination experience
Multi-cultural literacy and easily adaptable
Strong oral and written English is essential, ability to speak Indonesian / Bahasa is highly desirable.
         Indonesian nationals with international experience are encouraged to apply. Less years of experience will be considered if relevant to the position.


Interested candidates should apply to: http://gggi.org/career/job/48/ 
Please submit CV and Cover Letter in English
Given the high volume of applications, GGGI can unfortunately only contact candidates with whom we intend to have further discussions 
For more information on GGGI, please visit our website at www.gggi.org.  

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