2. Recruitment: TFA Campaign Support (PR)

Tasks and responsibilities:

Working alongside TFA-SEA communication team lead by Janne Siregar you will be responsible for:

Strategic Planning and Management

  • Development of TFA standing position
  • Development of campaign theme and campaign schedule
  • Support in developing key messages
  • Coverage tracking and reporting

Media Relations

  • On-going support for all proactive and reactive outreach to mainstream media across print, online, and broadcast
  • Plan, manage and secure media coverage for public events
  • Targets include local and international journalists and photographers
  • Arrange coverage of projects and milestones
  • Pitch and secure stand-alone interviews with TFA Members and/or campaign partners over the course of campaign/s
  • Draft, localize and distribute media releases
  • Draft and place contributed articles
  • Prepare content and finalize media kits in Indonesia and English versions
  • Prepare spokesperson briefing document and talking points for media conferences
  • Provide on-site support
  • Distribute media materials to wider database post-event
  • Provide event support as may be required
  • Media follow-up post event

Influencer and partner outreach

  • Identify key influencers across social and mainstream media
  • Identify content creation and/or distribution partners
  • Lead outreach and secure support from influencers
  • Propose engagement and partnership ideas
  • Prepare and share briefing notes and information kits, as required
  • Manage relationship through to concept or partnership implementation

 Events Support

  • Event management support for large-scale public events including the campaign launch and culminating activities
  • Ideas generation for event theme and associated elements
  • Logistics support, as required
  • On-site management, as required

Digital Media

Produce and execute a digital media strategy including

 

  • Platform recommendations
  • Set-up of approved platforms
  • Counsel on social content/ strategy
  • Development of content calendar and posting of content (exclude advertising)
  • Translation of content
  • Community management
  • Social media stunt

Qualification and Expertise

  • The successful entity is required to meet the following criteria:
  • Proven experience planning and executing successful advocacy campaigns
  • Proven experience organizing and managing large scale public events
  • Leaders in innovative communications and marketing techniques
  • Experience working in Indonesia and Malaysia
  • Experience working with The Private Sector, Government, and CSOs
  • Corporate commitment / values aligned to environmental conservation

Applicant(s) should provide the following:

  • CV or team profile
  • Letter of application including details of relevant experience
  • References list
  • Completed fees/price structure

Contract duration

The contract will be effective until May 31, 2021 from date of signing. To be extended as agreed between parties.    

Terms and conditions of payment

To be determined per campaign.

 

1. Recruitment: TFA Multimedia Content Maker

Objectives:

The overall objective of this consultancy is to produce media material including a short video and high-resolution photographs that can be used in various communications platforms. 

Methodology

Consultant selected for this assignment will perform the following indicative tasks:

  • Develop the video concept and scenario to be discussed with TFA team;
  • Present a work plan for the assigned work specifying logistic needs;
  • Perform appropriate short interviews with the Projects’ major partners, beneficiaries and stakeholders;
  • Work on the desired products for this consultancy, including high resolution photographs and videos.

Deliverables

The consultant will produce a database with at least forty-five (45) high resolution photographs and one (1) short video.

  • One short video in HD
  1. Video shooting and editing;
  2. Narration, translation and subtitles in English/Portuguese where necessary;
  3. Script development;
  4. Full usage rights for music (or music for which copyright has been granted);
  5. One fully-produced clip of approximately 5 minutes in length in 1080p (HD) resolution aimed at sharing with national audience including government institutions, CSOs, local stakeholders, local communities as well as an international audience.

The video must highlight purpose and goal of the Youth Program, including: interviews with youth that representative, document progress of reducing deforestation, importance of forest and land for the future, showcase biodiversity linked to forest ecosystem, economic value of forest, interview with related stake-holders and TFA Members. The video must showcase success stories and lessons learnt related to forest ecosystem for the future.

  • High Resolution Photograph
  1. At least 45 high quality and high resolution, edited and captioned pictures delivered on CD.
  2. Photographs should include:
    Landscape ·       Aerial view of forest and land

    ·       Landscape from Palm Oil

    Reforestation and Protection ·       Images to demonstrate forest conservation status (deforestation and reforestation including natural and/or artificial reforestation)
    Local communities ·       Photos of members of local communities (Especially youth) showing how they depend on the forest ecosystem in their daily need
    Wildlife ·       Wildlife in the forest area

  • Written impact stories

of individuals of local youth community or youth representative interviewed during the trip or digital interview, including statements which should be linked to the script of the video and photos

 

  • Report

A detailed report on all photography and filming locations (GPS points), including names and contact details of all individuals photographed or that will appear on film. The report must include at least 5 powerful statements by youth community members and other stakeholders to be used in reports and fact sheets.

Timing

This consultancy will entail up to 9 days of field work, including travelling, and 7 days of editing and reporting, beginning upon the signature of contract with TFA-SEA. All travel and accommodation will be covered by the consultant.

Timing: Feb – April 2021

 Events Support

TFA will provide logistical support including arranging flights & accommodation (if needed), digital interview link, and introduction to a youth representative and related stakeholders (Govt., CSO, Private, etc.)

Qualification and Expertise

The successful entity is required to meet the following criteria:

  • Exceptional photography skills;
  • Outstanding videography skills;
  • Excellent photo and video editing skills;
  • Previous experience in producing international quality documentaries;
  • Experience working in remote areas in Indonesia,
  • Proven ability to work in multicultural environment;
  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and flexibility;
  • Availability to travel immediately, upon signature of contract;

Applicant(s) should provide the following:

  • Cover letter with the applicant’s current contact information including how the candidate’s previous experience matches the consultancy objectives as well as their interest for the position (no longer than two pages);
  • Technical proposal on how they intend to carry out the assignment;
  • Financial proposal/detailed budget of the project;
  • CV of consultant and professional references or letter of recommendation;
  • Samples of recent similar assignments: online portfolios and links to video work/documentaries;

Contract duration

The contract will be effective until May 21, 2021 from date of signing. To be extended as agreed between parties.    

Terms and conditions of payment

To be determined per campaign.

 

Consultant for Tropical Forest Alliance Southeast Asia

“”BACKGROUND

The Tropical Forest Alliance (TFA) is a global multi stakeholder platform focused on reducing commodity driven deforestation. Hosted by the World Economic Forum, the TFA works with over 160 public, private and civil society actors to catalyze high-impact partnerships to address the inherent tensions that exist to grow production while protecting the forests – public and private, producer and market, global and local, people and the forest frontier.  The TFA operates regional platforms in Latin America, West and Central Africa, China and Southeast Asia. The work under this consultancy will be performed in collaboration with the Southeast Asia platform.  

SERVICES PROVIDED

The consultant will work closely with TFA Southeast Asia Team and its members and partners (Government of Indonesia, business sectors and civil societies) and will undertake the following tasks:

  • Consult with TFA SA in the process of developing the concept note and draft of proposal.  
  • Develop proposals that indicated an overview of the study includes: background, methodological framework, objectives, indicative timelines & deliverable and budget.
  • Participate in the meetings/dialogue that TFA convened with its stakeholders to identify topics/issues to be covered for business case/policy briefs
  • Review existing documents covering studies, reports, regulations, rules and other documents, related to respected theme: responsible business, indigenous communities, green investments, smallholders, policy and governance systems in Indonesia and Malaysia.
  • Write a report on the review of the implementation of two decades of fiscal decentralization in Indonesia, including providing concrete policy recommendations on improving fiscal decentralization and local government finance in Indonesia
  • Present the findings from the business cases/policy briefs to the stakeholders should that be requested by the TFA Southeast Asia team.

DELIVERABLES

  • Identifying one thematic area of interest and provide TFA SA with : 1) Draft of Terms of Reference (ToR)— outlining: context/background, objective, methodology, scope of works, timeline and deliverables —- and 2) Draft proposal of work plan.
  • Draft of business case/policy briefs and other required documents
  • Final business cases/policy briefs and other required documents
  • All deliverables must be prepared in reporting format that must be agreed by TFA SA team.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Extensive working experience and knowledge in the issues  of responsible business, green investment, policy and governance, communication, indigenous community, smallholders and communication and youth engagement.
  • Strong background in Public policy in Indonesia and have extensive experiences working with Government of Indonesia with Coordinating Ministry and Technical Ministry. 
  • Strong analytical, reporting and writing abilities
  • Fluency in English and Bahasa Indonesia both written and oral. 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s degree from nationally/internationally recognized university in Public Administration, Public Policy, Development Studies, Political Science, Economics, Governance or Social Science field. 
  • At least 10 years’ experience of working in the sectors of green investment, supply chain systems and actively engage with private sectors (brands, growers, traders) and community’s engagements (in indigenous communities, youth engagement, smallholders).
  • At least 10 years’ experience of undertaking policy studies and write business cases on the issues highlighted in the areas of responsible business, green investment, policy and governance, indigenous community, communication & galvanizing youth and smallholders.
  • Prior work experience with Government of Indonesia in the national level, particularly with Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF), National Development Planning Agency, Coordinating Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Agriculture.
  • Work experience in development agency and research institution.

LEVEL OF EFFORT

The level of effort is total of 7,5 months (no travel required) with estimated 4 days in a month. 

Please kindly submit your application by October 31 2020 to the email below: [email protected]

 

Educational Media and Design Consultant

The Conflict Resolution Unit of the Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development in cooperation with the LEOPALD project of GIZ is currently developing a series of educational materials (a toolkit) for stakeholders in oil palm plantations. These materials are expected to support initiatives to develop equitable partnerships between farmers and corporations and/or resolving conflicts among them.

 

Key stakeholders have been identified as a segmented audience, namely plantation corporations, communities, local governments, NGOs working with those communities, and mediators who might mediate conflicts in the plantation sector. For each of these specific learning materials will be developed. It is expected that these learning materials will support the efforts to build sustainable and fair partnerships and conflict resolution processes.

 

To support this initiative, CRU is seeking an expert in learning materials development to bring his/her perspectives and insights to the efforts as a consultant.

 

Responsibilities, but not limited to:

 

Ensure that the materials produced are educationally appropriate to each audience segment both in design and content.

 

Tasks

 

  • Advice authors and or content specialists in developing the text/content for the learning materials

 

  • Assist in the sequencing and presentation of the educational content in the appropriate format to facilitate optimal learning.

 

  • Prepare appropriate format for the presentation or design for the materials.

 

  • Prepare pre-testing methodology and instruments and carry out field testing of the materials in coordination with authors and or content specialist.

 

  • Edit the final versions of the training materials to ensure optimal comprehension of the intended audience. These tasks will be caried out intermitendly for 35 working days during a period of three months.

 

 

Job Requirements

 

Qualifications

 

  • Knowledge and experience in the development of learning materials for adult education (andragogy) and/or extension materials.

 

  • Appropriate degree in education, communication, visual communication/graphic design or relevant fields.

 

  • Field experience in communication with diverse stakeholders.

 

  • Willing to travel if necessary and able to work cooperatively within a team

 

Professional experience

 

  • At least 3 years of professional experience in similar projects or equivalent.

 

How to Apply

 

Interested candidates should submit a motivation letter, CV, and a portfolio (representative samples of educational materials worked on) to [email protected], and [email protected]

 

The closing date to submit the application letter is on December 30th, 2019.

 

 

Only short-listed candidates will be notified

SE Asia Strategy & Private Sector Director

3.     Duties and Responsibilities

The Lead 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

 

4.     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]

Communication & Relation Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION :
IBCSD Communications & Relations

Reports to :
Executive Director

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Building and maintain relationships with IBCSD Member and in coordination with Program Director to communicate IBCSD Programs to all members in order to establish the working program related to issue.
  • Responsible in the membership recruitment process, marketing and all administrative & correspondence matters for the new and existing IBCSD Member.
  • Responsible for the development of IBCSD members best practices & case studies, brochures, newsletters, and other publications to promote IBCSD vision, mission and ongoing program.
  • Coordinate the implementation for IBCSD event from planning and executing according to requirements, target audience and objectives.
  • Coordinate and represent IBCSD at various conferences, meetings and events; including the annual membership meeting, new member orientations, regular meeting with related stakeholder and any networking programs.
  • Identify, develop and execute communications strategy for media outreach and media relations content during IBCSD event and related occasion.

Knowledge, Experience, and Education Required

  • Bachelor’s degree in communications / public relations /journalism/ marketing, business, or related field
  • Minimum of three years of experience in similar positions with preference to experience working in private sector
  • Strong interpersonal skills to effectively cultivate relationships with prospects, members, related stakeholders and ability to communicate effectively to diverse audiences.
  • Show independence and initiative, also demonstrate creativity in problem solving, contributing new ideas and solutions.
  • Experience and success in developing compelling written, oral and visual presentation materials
  • Ability to organize, plan and prioritize workload involving multiple projects at one time
  • Strong ability to work independently and as part of a team in fast-paced, changing environment
  • Results-oriented and willingness to be accountability to measurable goals
  • Capable of maintaining sensitive/confidential information
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office programs including Outlook, Excel, Word and Power Point. Additional skill on using Corel will be advantage.

 

Interested applicants should send the cover letter and CV to [email protected] before 22 September 2017.

Training Consultant Pelatihan Resolusi Konflik

Dekripsi kegiatan dan tugas konsultan

Dengan peserta sekitar 25 orang, pelatihan akan diadakan selama 3 hari di bulan November 2017.

Konsultan akan memiliki kewajiban dan tugas sebagai berikut:

  • Merancang proses pelatihan
  • Menyusun materi pelatihan
  • Mengikuti pertemuan dan diskusi proses perencanaan pelatihan
  • Melakukan pelatihan sesuai dengan jadwal yang telah disetujui bersama
  • Turut melakukan evaluasi pelatihan
  • Menyusun laporan kegiatan dan memberikan masukan bagi laporan Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning  atas kegiatan pelatihan
  • Menyelesaikan laporan keuangan kegiatan pelatihan

Proposal dan bidding

  1. Proposal (maksimal 3 halaman) terbagi menjadi 2 bagian, yakni proposal teknis (berisi konten) dan proposal anggaran.
  2. Untuk proposal teknis harus dapat menggambarkan mengenai konsep pelatihan secara keseluruhan dengan dilengkapi oleh kurikulum lengkap, resume lengkap trainer, dan profil lembaga.
  3. Proposal teknis dan proposal anggaran harap dikirimkan ke [email protected] dengan copy ke [email protected] sampai dengan 22 September 2017

Proses seleksi

Penilaian proposal akan didasarkan pada:

  • Kompetensi konsultan/trainer di bidang terkait
  • Rekam jejak perusahaan konsultan/trainer di bidang terkait
  • Pengalaman dalam merancang dan melakukan pelatihan resolusi konflik
  • Besarnya anggaran yang diajukan
  • Ketersediaan waktu (availability) kandidat

Untuk informasi lebih lanjut, anda dapat menghubungi:

Navitri Putri Guillaume, PhD
Program Director, CRU
Tel: +62 812 1023 9384
Email: [email protected]

Fasilitator Diskusi FGD Perspektif Perempuan akan Konflik Sumber Daya Alam

Kasepuhan Banten Kidul tinggal di sekitar Gunung Halimun, dimana satuan kelompok-kelompok masyarakat berada di sebagian Provinsi Banten dan Jawa Barat. Masyarakat Kasepuhan Banten Kidul yang terdiri atas 66 Kasepuhan yang hidupnya bergantung pada sumberdaya alam, mempercayai bahwa Gunung Halimun merupakan satu kesatuan urat Gunung Kendeng yang tidak terputus dari ujung Timur hingga ujung Barat sebagai batas dalam pengelolaan wilayah. Kasepuhan Banten Kidul meyakini memiliki kewenangan untuk menjaga kelestarian kawasan Gunung Halimun.

Pada tahun 2003, pemerintah menerbitkan SK Menteri Kehutanan No. 175/2003 tentang penambahan luas Taman Nasional Gunung Halimun-Salak (TNGHS) menjadu 113.357 ha dan dikelola oleh UPT Balai Taman Nasional Gunung Halimun Salak.

Penetapan status menjadi kawasan konservasi telah menyebabkan konflik dengan masyarakat Kasepuhan Banten Kidul karena masyarakat dilarang untuk masuk hutan, mengambil hasil hutan dan menggarap hutan sebagai huma. Selain itu, keberadaan tambang dan hutan produksi di dalam kawasan TNGHS juga telah meningkatkan kompleksitas konflik yang terjadi.

Melalui FGD ini CRU berharap bisa mendapatkan perspektif para perempuan dari Kasepuhan Banten Kidul tentang konflik yang sedang dihadapi guna memperkuat pemahaman tentang peran perempuan dalam konflik sumber daya alam dan penyelesaiannya.

Untuk itu, CRU mencari fasilitator diskusi untuk memastikan diskusi berjalan dengan efektif.

Tujuan diskusi:

  1. Mendapatkan masukan dari masyarakat, khususnya kaum perempuan, akan dinamika konflik sumber daya alam di Kasepuhan Banten Kidul
  2. Memperkuat pemahaman akan peran perempuan dalam konflik sumber daya alam dan penyelesaiannya

Ruang lingkup pekerjaan

Ruang lingkup tugas dan kewajiban fasilitator dalam persiapan dan pelaksanaan diskusi adalah sebagai berikut:

  1. Menyusun agenda dan alur pelaksanaan diskusi bersama dengan CRU
  2. Melaksanakan peran fasilitator diskusi
  3. Menyiapkan laporan hasil diskusi

Jadwal dan lokasi diskusi

Waktu:Selasa, 5 September 2017, 11.00 – 14.00
Lokasi:  Manggala Wanabakti, Jl. Jendral Gatot Subroto, Senayan – Jakarta

Kualifikasi  

  • Latar belakang pendidikan di bidang conflicts studies, natural resource management, political science, atau bidang yang terkait lainnya.
  • Minimal lima tahun pengalaman sebagai fasilitator diskusi.
  • Memiliki pemahaman tentang konflik lahan dan sumber daya alam di dalam kawasan hutan.
  • Fasih berbahasa Indonesia dan Sunda.

 

Tenggat waktu

 Bagi kandidat yang tertarik harap mengirimkan CV dan proposal ke [email protected] sampai dengan tanggal 31 Agustus 2017.