The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale
Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH is a global service provider in the field of
international cooperation for sustainable development with around 16,400
employees. The regional project “Competition Policy and Law in ASEAN” (CPL II)
is being implemented with funding from the German Federal Ministry for Economic
Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
Secretariat and the ASEAN Experts Group on Competition (AEGC) on promoting the
introduction and implementation of competition policy in the ASEAN Member
States. This is in understanding that a sound business climate – including
effective competition laws – is essential to foster cross-border trade and
investment. Since 2015, the CPL II Project has also been providing assistance
on consumer protection in Lao PDR, the Philippines and Vietnam.
one qualified Indonesian candidate for the following position as an:
expected to support the project implementation, particularly national-level
activities in cooperation with the Commission for the Supervision of Business
Competition (KPPU) and other stakeholders in Indonesia. This includes technical
as well as logistical tasks, with a focus on knowledge management and
and maintaining various databases, templates and other formats for internal
knowledge management and monitoring of the project (e.g. expert pool,
stakeholders, partner contributions, press clippings), by compiling,
(re)structuring and filing relevant information, data and documents.
monitoring and internet/literature research, and preparing summaries or short
overviews, on selected topics.
the organization of workshops, focus group discussions, counterpart meetings
etc. in both administrative and substantive matters.
qualifications, competences and experience
graduate with university degree (bachelor) or with experience of less than one
year in Law, Economics, International Relations, Business Administration /
Management or other relevant field.
experience with international development cooperation an asset.
analytical and communication skills, as well as attention to detail.
working knowledge of information technologies and computer applications
(including MS Office and social media).
written and oral command of English.
working in a team as well as independently with minimal supervision.
self-motivation and initiative as well as eagerness to learn new things.
to work in an international team and stressful environment;
per week, 8 working hours per dayExpected Joining Date: a.s.a.p.Internship Duration: 3 monthsRemuneration: entitled for a cost-of-living
stipend and accommodation if the intern basically resides outside Jakarta
candidates shall submit comprehensive resume and a motivation letter to: [email protected] cc: [email protected] before 31 August
candidates will be notified