Job Vacancy: KADIN NZH – Graphic Designer


  • Good graphic design skills with a portfolio of previous works to demonstrate it.
  • Min. Bachelor’s Degree in Multimedia, Visual Design Communication, or any related major
  • Proficient in using Adobe software (Ai, Ps, Ae)
  • A passion for environmental issues
  • A very good understanding of climate-related issues (especially in a business context), including topics related to net zero emissions and sustainable energy.
  • Experience in creating content for social media in various formats (infographics, videos, etc.).
  • Self-motivated, capable of working independently with minimal supervision.
  • Excellent English proficiency 
  • Demonstrate flexibility and adaptability to ensure the greatest impact.

Role and Responsibility (Scope of Work)

Regular production of content to deliver campaign messages and knowledge resources on NZH communication channels to increase Net Zero Hub visibility.


  • Minimum twelve (12) original-content posts per month on Instagram or LinkedIn based on the provided editorial plan. This entails: 

? Making design was made from the campaign brief provided by the campaign team and turned into engaging visual graphics optimized for the channel 

? Making at least 1 video (60 – 180 secs)

  •  Posts outside of regular content, such as event publications or open calls

To apply, please email your CV and a portfolio setting out how you meet the required skills and experience or key responsibilities to [email protected] and [email protected] cc [email protected] with the subject ‘Application: NZH Graphic Designer’ 

We are expecting the application before August 4, 2022.


Vacancy for Regional Lead Coordinator of Tropical Forest Alliance South East Asia

  1. The Role

The Southeast Asia platform of the Tropical Forest Alliance is hosted by the Indonesian Business Council for Sustainable Development (IBCSD) based in Jakarta.  Regional Lead Coordinator will report to IBCSD senior leadership and work closely with TFA Secretariat Genewa.

The Regional Lead Coordinator has the dual role of:

  1. Developing and driving the implementation of the overall strategy for TFA in Southeast Asia, and;
  2. Mobilizing private sector engagement in the regional TFA platform
  1. Duties and Responsibilities

The Regional Lead Coordinator is expected to build and strengthen TFA’s relationships with relevant private sector actors in the region, including producers, traders, manufacturers, and retailers (in particular, members of the Consumer Goods Forum), financial institutions, as well as industry groups and trade associations with the objective of driving engagement with the TFA platform and catalyzing collective action to tackle commodity-driven deforestation. Specifically, the position’s responsibilities include:

  • Mobilizing a deeply-engaged coalition of private sector actors in the region
  • Strategic engagement with IBCSD/KADIN to strengthen TFA as a platform
  • Identifying and engage key private sector champions in the region who can build further support for our collective agenda
  • Anticipating key strategic questions and trends affecting TFA in Southeast Asia, evaluating them and driving proactive decision-making to adapt organizational goals
  • Generating customized strategies for individual companies or sectors when necessary
  • Shaping opportunities for a forest-positive narrative together with key industry players
  • Performing as subject matter expert at conceptualizing, delivering, monitoring and reporting on results
  • In collaboration with the TFA Communications Lead and the Southeast Asia Communications Consultant, design and implement a communications campaign that showcases progress, highlights effective company actions, and strengthens the forest-positive narrative
  • Contributing to TFA programming for events in the region
  • Representing TFA at relevant external events and meetings
  • Providing vision and leadership to the TFA team in Southeast Asia, ensuring effective interactions with the extended TFA team and consistent communications with partners in the region
  • Overseeing and ensuring the success of the TFA platform’s jurisdictional dialogues
  • Responsible for a sensible execution of the Southeast Asia budget


  1. Qualifications and Skills
  • Master’s degree or equivalent
  • A minimum of 10 years of professional experience in a relevant organization
  • Demonstrated ability to engage with private sector to mobilize targeted action
  • Experience with building coalitions or partnerships and driving pre-competitive collaboration
  • Ability to gain the trust of the TFA partners and other stakeholders in the region
  • Experience with corporate strategy and leading project-based teams through strategy planning, analysis, design and implementation
  • A holistic, deep understanding of the deforestation-free agenda, commodity production, and its links to the broader climate change agenda
  • Established network among key individuals and organizations associated with action around the environment, tropical forests, commodities and public-private sector initiatives in Indonesia
  • The ability to build a workplace culture that can embrace and execute change to meet organizational objectives
  • High standards of professionalism and integrity, actively promoting ethics and compliance within the team
  • Ability to communicate professionally and effectively with a wide variety of partners from different backgrounds
  • Strong problem-solving skills and a can-do attitude
  • Fluency in English and Bahasa Indonesia


Interested applicants should send the cover letter and CV to [email protected].

Closing date for application is up to July 31

KADIN Net Zero Hub Secretariat – Project Officer

Required Skills and Experience

  • Proven work experience (at least 3 years) as a Project Officer, marketing, or similar role
  • Notable organizational skills and the ability to provide organization and structure that others can follow
  • Experience with office management software like MS Office (MS Excel and MS Word, specifically)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal skill and the willingness to make phone calls, emails, and other communications
  • Attention to detail
  • Sufficient english skills
  • Comfortable working independently when needed, or as part of a team

Role and Responsibility (Scope of Work)

  • Engage companies to join NZH
  • Maintain and update NZH member databases
  • Organize a filing system for important and confidential documents
  • Answer queries by members and partners
  • Maintain calendar and schedule appointments
  • Distribute and store correspondence (e.g. letters, emails and packages)
  • Prepare reports and presentations with statistical data, as assigned
  • Arrange travel and accommodations
  • Schedule in-house and external events

To apply please email your CV and a cover letter setting out how you meet the required skills and experience or key responsibilities to [email protected] with subject ‘Application: NZH Secretariat Officer’. We are expecting the application before 22 July 2022.

Call For Proposal: Sectoral Roadmap Palm Oil and Cacao


The objective is to enhance the inclusive closed-loop partnership model, which is the primary approach in the agricultural sector to increase productivity, potential, and welfare of vulnerable smallholders of oil palm and cocoa to increase Indonesia’s cocoa and palm oil output.

Scope of Works

The consultant will develop a roadmap for sustainable palm oil and cocoa in a jurisdiction with details of the proposal as follow:

  1. Stakeholder mapping for the cocoa and palm oil industries at the jurisdictional level.
  2. Building an inclusive closed-loop partnership model, specifically a workflow to link farmers with companies, financial institutions, and the government for assistance, to increase productivity and welfare of smallholder oil palm and cocoa producers.
  3. Create directions and programs to support Government policies related to climate change commitments at the jurisdictional level.
  4. Develop green growth strategies and models with key stakeholders at the jurisdictional level by ensuring the sustainability of deforestation-free commodities and supply chains.

Document to submit

  • 2 Strategic Proposal max. 25 pages for each topic Cacao and Palm Oil 
  • Quotation for the 2 strategic proposal plan
  • For further details please download the Terms of Reference: 

All documents should be submitted via email to [email protected] by July 15, 2022

Job Vacancy: EPR Policy Paper Consultant for Tackling Marine Litter


  • The consultant can be an individual consultant institution (consulting firm, research institute, NGO) that works particularly in fields related to plastic and packaging waste, marine environmental sustainability, climate change, marine pollution, or circular economy. The individual consultant or team leader having a higher degree in the related field is preferable.
  • Demonstrate a good understanding of plastic circularity. Direct experience in working with Indonesia’s plastic industry is preferable.
  • Have a good understanding of Extended Producers Responsibility (EPR), how it works, who is involved, and what are their roles. Direct experience of work related to EPR is preferable.
  • Have a good understanding of existing policy and regulations in Indonesia, specifically those related to plastic waste management.
  • Have a good experience and knowledge of fine plastic debris systems in the field including the data.
  • Excellent writing skills and demonstration of collaborative working.
  • Demonstrate flexibility and adaptability to ensure the greatest impact.
  • Demonstrate the ability to deliver by commercial law and confidentiality.
  • Demonstrate analytical assessment of qualitative and quantitative data.
  • Excellent English proficiency

Role and Responsibility (Scope of Work)

The technical expert will be responsible for technical input and delivery of the following Tackling Marine Litters – Study on Enabling Environment for Plastics & Packaging Circularity activities:

  • Conduct research to identify the current issues/ problems relating to policy and finance aspects that become barriers to the successful implementation of EPR
  • Conduct a deep analysis of the mentioned above problems (why the problems happen, what the gaps are, what potential solutions and recommendations, such as incentive system for both the policy and financial models, etc)
  • Draft policy paper based on the research and analysis and analyze the existing policy or regulations related to the EPR system (Format: 1-page containing key messages, maximum 3 pages for the executive summary, and max 25 pages for the paper)
  • Present the draft policy paper in a validation workshop and finalize the paper based on the feedback from the workshop
  • The following deliverables and timeline of activities are expected to be finished within 8 weeks, starting from July 2022. Further details will be discussed.

To apply please email your CV and a cover letter setting out how you meet the required skills and experience or key responsibilities to [email protected] with the subject ‘Application: EPR Policy Paper Consultant’

We are expecting the application before 30 June 2022.

GRASP 2030: Welcome on Board

Indah Budiani, Executive Director of IBCSD, stated in her opening remarks the current goal of COP26 is to assure the successful and impactful accomplishment of net-zero emissions through several initiatives and investment funds, which GRASP 2030 contributes. This is in line with the UN Food System Summit’s fives areas of action which aimed to accelerate the accomplishment of SDGs. Meanwhile, in the action tracks number 1 of the UN Food System Summit, Nourish All People, the action is not only focused on providing inexpensive and safe food but also on reducing food waste and loss. Therefore, IBCSD appreciates the signatories’ commitments who have joined GRASP 2030 and strives to facilitate all signatories with experienced practitioners to be able to implement their actions through the initial phase of GRASP 2030.


During the session, Michael Jones, International Partnership Manager WRAP, and Bryan Citrasena, Project Manager GRASP 2030 explained about GRASP 2030 Governance, reviewing the Voluntary Agreement model where the signatories were involved in several working groups with the same views on the objectives, activities, resources, and time to achieve the Target-Measure-Act approach and form a collaboration between signatories in the FLW reduction project. With the working groups, the signatories will be more focused on adopting and implementing their FLW action plan and make the most contribution to the initiatives that will be carried out. From this session the signatories are expected to have more understanding for the next steps, starting from the governance of the program, the establishment of a team, and the principle of Target-Measure-Act to deliver their commitment in reducing FLW through GRASP 2030.


Since its launch on September 8, 2021, the number of GRASP signatories has increased to 14 participants, including the Core Signatories; PT East West Seed, PT Multi Bintang Indonesia, Nutrifood, Sintesa Group, PT Kalbe Nutritionals, and Superindo. Meanwhile, Associate Signatories consist of Catalyze, Foodcycle, Waste4Change, Surplus, WRI Indonesia, Laskar Bumi Pertiwi, Srikandi Harmoni Bumi and Indonesia Food and Beverage Executive Association (IFBEC).


The second Onboarding Session will be held on the 23rd November for the Core Signatories and 24th November for the Associate Signatories. This next session aims to identify what Signatories can contribute to GRASP 2030 objectives and what support is available from GRASP 2030.


CEO Forum Called the Human RIght Due Diligence Implementation as Responsible Business during in COVID-19 Pandemic

The event was opened by Arsjad Rasjid, Chairman of Indonesian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (KADIN), H.E. Yasonna H. Laoly, Minister of Law and Human Rights,  Vincent Piket, EU Ambassador of Indonesia and Brunei, and Sophie Kemkhadze, Deputy Resident Representative UNDP Indonesia.

In the opening remarks, Sophie Kemkhadze, Deputy Resident Representative UNDP Indonesia stated that 7.5 million Indonesians lost their jobs. It was devastating but we all need to focus on the opportunity to take a chance to rebuild our economy by creating more jobs and protecting human rights as a responsible business. Arsjad Rasjid, Chairman of KADIN also stated KADIN as the organization for all industry plays an active role in helping the government by carrying out the battle of social, economic, and health by having a CEO Forum discussion to explore the impact of the increasing momentum of the business and human rights narrative on business finance strategy and practice.

H.E. Yasonna H. Laoly, Minister of Law and Human Rights conveyed that the human rights principle during a pandemic is crucial and should be prioritized by businesses. The companies can refer to United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) which describe the role and responsibilities for state and companies normative frameworks and implementation procedures.  Vincent Piket, EU Ambassador of Indonesia and Brunei also agreed with Yasonna’s remarks. He added every stakeholder in the country has to collaborate and support each other to face the pandemic and build new resilience.

Later on the event, Livio Sarandrea, Business and Human Rights Advisor UNDP; Yono Reksoprodjo, Vice President of Corporate Affairs Sintesa Group; Anne Patricia Sutanto, Vice CEO PT Pan Brothers, Tbk, Sera Noviany Sustainability Manager APP Sinarmas, and Evie Yulin, President Director PT Merck, Tbk were joined on the panel discussions on human rights due diligence practices within the Indonesia business.

Livio reflects the growth of responsible business globally in Asia and grew very fast in the 5 years as well as Indonesia. It was shown by the involvement and knowledge of CEO’s in human rights as business actors. UNGP now are helping Indonesian companies to enlarge what they understand about humans right to the next step of implementation on the business thought capacity building training.

As IBCSD members are concerned, Sintesa Group addresses human rights as a benefit to achieving SDGs. While PAN Brother conducts HRDD by valuing humanity based on i-PAN and Pancasila. As well as APP Sinar Mas respects human rights through Sustainability Roadmap Vision, Forest Conservation Policy on Social Commitment, Employee Welfare, and Business Code and Conduct. Merck identified the priorities towards access to health, community, product stewardship, security, and workplace as the principle of HRDD processes. One of the common challenges in implementing HRDD in business was to have the same understanding and awareness.

At the end of the panel session, the business agreed that companies in Indonesia are open to mandatory or voluntary basis regulations for implementing HRDD. However, the business expects collaboration with the government to achieve stakeholder readiness in implementing regulations through policymaker engagement, private sector discussions, partnerships, socialization, and clarity of detailed guidelines in order to have the same understanding of the impact on the business and society.

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Human Right Due Diligence Training for Business in Indonesia

In Indonesia, UNDP supports the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business Human Rights (UNGPs) is done inclusively and based on international standards. UNGPs use HRDD to help businesses assess and mitigate threats to the lives and dignity of stakeholders, including employees, vulnerable groups, communities, and consumers. Even though conducting HRDD does not have a direct impact on profitability. It would help companies avoid reputational and operational harm that might, for example, accompany charges of forced labor. 

As the commitment to leverage the knowledge, understanding, and practical skills of human rights due diligence, UNDP and IBCSD had collaborated to host a series of Training on Human Rights Due Diligence for Business in Indonesia virtually on 21, 23, 27, and 29 September 2021. The training was attended by more than 31participants and opened by Elim Sritaba, Chief Sustainability Officer Asia Pulp & Paper represents the Executive Committee of IBCSD; Siprianus Bate Soro, Team Leader of Democratic Governance and Poverty Reduction, UNDP Indonesia; and Sean Less, Business and Human Rights Specialist, UNDP Asia Pacific.

Many speakers from the Raoul Wallenberg Institute (RWI), UNDP, UNICEF, ILO, Komnas HAM, and ELSAM lectured during the training. The training began with an overview of business and human rights, followed by discussions of business duties in human rights policy, human rights due diligence (introduction, identification, and evaluation), and corporate integration, monitoring impacts, and communicating reports on measures taken.

Ensuring that human rights in business operations are protected, respected, and promoted is a shared responsibility of governments, businesses, and organizations.




Sustainability Talk: Improving Sustainable Business Practices on Learning from the COVID-19 Pandemic

Oke Nurwan, Director General of Domestic Trade, Ministry of Trade, also conveyed that the COVID-19 pandemic had an impact on changes in the trade. In maintaining the sustainable industry, Oke said that 9 things are the focus in the Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) framework. The regulations for implementing industrial sustainability have been translated into various regulations by the Ministry and the Regional Regulations. But the next question is, can Indonesia commit to SDG 2030 from the Covid-19 pandemic?

Arief Susanto – Head of Sustainability Program & Impact / Social Contribution, the Association of Indonesian Food and Beverage Entrepreneurs (GAPMMI) said that during the pandemic the food and beverage industry is no longer only concerned with food availability and food security, but also natural resources and resilience. For this reason, the food and beverage industry has a role to help the community become a top priority. The best effort is how the community is still able to buy their needs (affordability), have easy access (accessibility), and fulfill their nutritional and nutritional needs.

In the sharing session, Debasmita Kumar, Sustainability Strategy, Accenture Development Partnerships explained that despite the pandemic, global demand for palm oil continues to increase, raising concerns about the negative impact on Southeast Asia. This is because the current trend in the palm oil industry has led to the 100% RSPO-CSPO’s commitment. Unfortunately, however, less than 25% of palm oil companies in Asia are RSPO certified.

The panel discussion discussing palm oil products and sustainable sourcing presented various perspectives from resource persons attended by Emil Satria, Director of Forest and Plantation Products Industry, Ministry of Industry; Ribut Triwanti, Deputy Head of Sustainability Program & Impact/Social Contribution, GAPMMI; Ali, Triambodo, RSPO Management Representative, PT Wahana Citra Nabati; Arya Kusumo, Sustainability Department Head, PT Lion Super Indo; Kharisma Fitriasari, Head of Corporate Communications, PT Mondelez Indonesia; Joko Sarjito, Sustainable Commodities Program Manager, WWF Indonesia Foundation and moderated by Risyika Putri Istanti, Deputy Head of the Lingkar Temu Kabupaten Lestari Program.

To encourage increased absorption of sustainable palm oil in Indonesia, Emil Satria said that the government has designed ISPO (Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil) regulations for the management system of oil palm plantations from upstream to downstream, issuance of progressive levy tariff policies, harmonization of export customs and incentives for R&D and other activities. vocation. In a state of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ministry of Industry issued a Mobility and Industrial Activity Operational Permit (IOMKI).

The palm oil industry sector both upstream and downstream has remained high-performing during this pandemic. In the upstream sector, the price of CPO which tends to be high from the beginning of the pandemic until now has been able to become the mainstay of creating the welfare of the oil palm farming community, especially in the 3Ts (Outermost, Innermost and Disadvantaged). Meanwhile, in the downstream sector, the supply capacity of the oleochemical industry has a high enough demand for the domestic and export markets.

Later in the session, Ali Triambodo and Arya Kusumo shared success stories of collaboration between upstream and downstream companies in realizing sustainability in the palm oil industry. PT Wahana Citra Nabati and Superindo made an action plan for sustainable palm oil which strives to provide healthier choices for customers. These two companies carry out an education campaign on sustainable product awareness by releasing a collaboration product of palm cooking oil with the RSPO label code. While Kharisma Fitriasari also shared the commitment of PT Mondelez Indonesia in the use of palm oil with the “Palm Oil Action Plan” and Traceability. Where Mondelez uses RSPO certified palm oil suppliers.

WWF Indonesia strives to help companies by assisting, enlightenment so that they can meet sustainability and traceability standards both downstream and upstream. In addition, WWF Indonesia also encourages companies that already commit to sustainability, provide education to their consumers.

Ribut Triwanti stated that GAPMMI has encouraged its members to practice sustainability. This is a challenge because as an association, GAPMMI must be able to provide knowledge and awareness of the extent to which members understand and desire to redesign business strategies towards sustainable practices. Because implementing sustainability is not easy and cheap. Requires time and resources, government support in implementation as well as assistance and monitoring.

From this panel discussion, the speakers called to action through 4K (Komitmen, Kiat, Kolaborasi dan Kontribusi). Strong commitment from the regulatory side. Tips for real action that are innovative and creative in turning challenges into opportunities. Collaboration and Contribution of all parties to achieve sustainable consumption and production practices.