Climate & Energy Lead - Jakarta

Long-term contract
Localisation Jakarta, Indonesia
No remote
10+ yrs of exp.
Posted on 05-03-2024

WWF Indonesia

An Indonesian legal entity civil society organization that operates in the field of nature conservation and sustainable development, with the support of more than 100,000 supporters.

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Climate & Energy Lead is responsible for overseeing the implementation of a program related to climate change. This includes detailed planning, partner monitoring, and reporting. The role involves developing networks with various organizations, including civil society organizations, WWF Networks, government agencies, and business actors. Climate & Energy Lead will also supervise the implementation of program duties and provide input on Request for Concept Note and Proposal prepared by third parties. Additionally, the position involves leading WWF Indonesia programs and projects in the energy sector, aligning them with climate change mitigation and adaptation goals. Climate & Energy Lead will specifically coordinate a civil society strengthening program related to just energy transition and land management, funded by the EU, from 2024 to 2026.

Job Description

  • Contribute in creating Annual Work Plan (AWP) with the entire team and determine teamwork targets
  • Translate strategies into actionable plans and budgets for project activities by compiling them into work plan documents annually or at predetermined periods, in line with financial guidelines and in collaboration with other functions and submitted to direct supervisors. Work with specified targets and try to achieve these work targets
  • Led the implementation of an EU-funded project in WWF Indonesia called "Enabling Civil Society's Contribution to Prosperous, Fair, and Sustainable Development in Energy Transition and Sustainable Land Use" to achieve the expected targets in terms of substance, communication, finance, and administration
  • Actively participate and plan to produce high quality project proposals – Programs
  • Support the Climate & Market Transformation Program Director in mainstreaming climate change mitigation and/or adaptation to the WWF Indonesia programs and projects
  • Conceptual development of planning strategies, and their adaptation to external planning
  • Carry out development and innovation in the field of management to support landscape and stakeholder collaboration
  • Conceptual basis for landscape scale management that is integrated with the parties
  • Review of scientific literature and regional planning
  • Lead and inspire teams, providing direction, guidance, and support
  • Ensure that team are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their roles
  • Prepare and present reports, both periodic reports and when requested at any time, for all activities related to the area of responsibility
  • Make a report on work results for 1 year to be reported to superiors as accountability
  • Prepare and present other reports that are requested from time to time for all activities or programs related to the area of responsibility and expertise.


  • Minimum Master's degree from natural resource management, government politics, or economics.
  • Minimum 10 years of experience in conservation programs and experience in managing and/or involving in climate change mitigation and/or adaptation, natural resource management programs/projects in Indonesia proven experience in management or related roles.
  • Have scientific-based conceptual skills/analysis in global, national and provincial issues
  • Have experience working with CSO partners
  • Understand the concept of Climate Change, Energy Transition related to climate change mitigation and adaptation, and environmental safeguarding related to climate and energy.

Interested applicants should apply no later than Thursday, May 16th, 2024.

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