Call For Proposal: Sectoral Roadmap Palm Oil and Cacao

Objective

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: https://rebrand.ly/TORTFARoadmap 

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

Job Vacancy: EPR Policy Paper Consultant for Tackling Marine Litter

Qualifications

  • 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.

Job Vacancy: GRASP 2030 Part-time Consultant

IBCSD is looking for a Part-time Consultant for GRASP 2030 signatories engagement. The consultant  is expected to support IBCSD in providing assistance to bring the best value of GRASP 2030 signatories’ actions and to build collaboration and engagement associated with the mobilisation of the GRASP 2030. The role will be starting as soon as possible and ending on September 2022.

About GRASP 2030

The GRASP 2030 (Gotong Royong Atasi Susut & Limbah Pangan di Tahun 2030) is a Voluntary Agreement (VA), that will bring a collaborative commitment and action to support the global goal of halving food loss and waste by in 2030, thus increasing the environmental, social, and economic benefits for the participating organizations and for Indonesia.

The Voluntary Agreement model will deliver the GRASP 2030 goals through representative governance with evidence-based work program, progress-focused approach, and commitment to work fairly in pre-competitive business environment. It has been adopted and successful in many countries, such as UK, USA, Mexico, South Africa, and Australia.

Currently, GRASP 2030 has 14 signatories, including 6 core Signatories (business who are passionate to reduce the FLW) and 8 Associate signatories (supporting actors to achieve the goals).


Required Skills and Experience

  • Have a broad of experience in the food sector and sustainability, preferably in food loss and waste reduction and food surplus donation.
  • Can demonstrate a good understanding of the Indonesia food system. Direct experience of working with Indonesia food system/food industry is preferable.
  • Excellent communication skills and demonstration of collaborative working.
  • Can demonstrate flexibility and adaptability to ensure greatest impact.
  • Can demonstrate ability to deliver in accordance with commercial law and confidentiality.
  • Can 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 GRASP 2030 activities:

  • Shape the delivery of support for signatories that will enable them to develop and implement their action plan to reduce food waste and effectively manage surplus within operations and supply chain.
  • Lead signatory engagement on applying food loss and waste best practices including:
    • Manage and respond to signatory enquiries.
    • Provide one to one technical support to signatories (i.e. overcoming specific challenges or identifying where improvements could be made). This include time on-site with a signatory to enable further reductions (i.e. improving measurement or identifying food waste hotspots).
    • Utilize and analyze signatory food waste data to identify and prioritise actions that will have the greatest impact in reducing food waste and maximising food donation.
    • Support signatories to improve food waste measurement and reporting.
    • Develop food waste reduction and surplus management plans with signatories, regularly tracking and reviewing progress.
  • Shape and lead the facilitation of the collaborative working group.
  • Provide technical input and signatory updates in development of case study content to demonstrate GRASP 2030 progress and signatory value.
  • Provide technical input into regular signatory updates – webinars and newsletters.

The consultant will have a minimum of 8 days of work in a month with a total number of days budgeted (approximately until September 2022).  This will allow flexibility to manage needs and timings of outputs.

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] and [email protected] with subject ‘Application: GRASP 2030 Part-time Consultant’. We are expecting the application before 25 December 2021.

Senior Corporate Engagement Officer, Forests

About CDP’s forests program

CDP’s forests program works to remove commodity driven deforestation from corporate value chains to effectively contribute to a below 1.5?C, water secure world; and to decouple deforestation from forest risk commodity production. CDP’s work on forests was launched in 2014 and now boasts the backing of 590 financial institutions with over US$110 trillion in assets. The program provides critical forests related data from the world’s largest corporations that buy, sell or trade key forests risk commodities (cattle products, palm oil, soy products and timber). The data is used to inform the global marketplace on investment risk and commercial opportunity, and to catalyze action, supporting companies in their efforts to remove deforestation from their supply chains.   

Please visit www.cdp.net or follow us @CDP to find out more. 

The role will be fixed term contract starting as soon as possible and ending 30 November 2022.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Engaging with companies on deforestation in Indonesian palm oil supply chains (through phone calls, one-to-one meetings, presentations and workshops);
  • Establish and maintain relationship with sustainability related stakeholders in companies and other organisation working in sustainable supply chain;
  • Organizing and delivering capacity building and training events;
  • Conducting research and analyses to support the project activities;
  • Support in data analysis for the development of reports;
  • Developing educational and training materials for company procurement teams;
  • Support the wider CDP HK team to increase company’s awareness of CDP in this region;
  • Supporting monitoring and evaluation of the project implementation.

 

Requirements:

  • A university degree in Environment, Forest Engineering, Sustainability or a related subject.
  • At least 2-3 years’ experience in project management;
  • Expertise in the drivers of deforestation in palm oil supply chains, and key geographies, particularly Indonesia;
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
  • Confidence in interacting and presenting to company executives;
  • Strong analytical and creative problem-solving skills;
  • Track-record of working effectively with multiple project partners;
  • Love for data and information and utilizing it to drive change;
  • Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook;
  • Ability to work effectively in a small team and remotely with colleagues in CDP’s global offices;
  • Fluency in Bahasa Indonesia and English required;
  • Willingness to travel occasionally or as required.

This is a full-time role based in Jakarta reporting to the Senior Manager, Forests.

Salary and benefits: salary and benefits are dependent on experience. We provide an annual discretionary bonus, 24 days holidays plus public holidays, the opportunity to work flexibly and many others.   

Interested applicants must be eligible to work legally in Indonesia.

Before you apply

We’ll only use the information you provide to process your application. For more details on how we use your information, see our applicants privacy notice. By emailing us your CV and covering letter, you are permitting CDP to use the information you have provided for recruitment purposes.

To apply please email your CV and a covering letter setting out how you meet the required skills and experience or key responsibilities, which should be no more than two pages, to  [email protected] with ‘Senior Corporate Engagement Officer, Forests

in the subject. The deadline is 31 August, 2021.

 

Project Officer, Indonesia

Candidates should have a passion for the environment and feel comfortable communicating with senior stakeholders including investors, insurers, banks and integrated financial institutions to help meet the project targets.

The project officer will work remotely from Indonesia with colleagues in Hong Kong and in the UK. It is expected that some local travel will be needed in future as pandemic conditions ease. Candidates should have an excellent level of spoken English and a good level of English literacy, as well as native/near native Bahasa Indonesian. It is an advantage to have experience working in the financial sector, an environmental NGO or consultancy.

About CDP

CDP is an international non-profit that drives companies and governments to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, safeguard water resources and protect forests. Voted number one climate research provider by investors and working with institutional investors with assets of US$96 trillion, we leverage investor and buyer power to motivate companies to disclose and manage their environmental impacts.

About CDP’s forests program

CDP’s forests program works to remove commodity driven deforestation from corporate value chains to effectively contribute to a below 1.5?C, water secure world; and to decouple deforestation from forest risk commodity production. CDP’s work on forests was launched in 2014 and now boasts the backing of 594 financial institutions with over $96 trillion in assets. The program provides critical forests

Board of Trustees: Katherine Garrett-Cox, Jane Ambachtsheer, Jeremy Burke, Stephen T Chow, Michael Hugman, Rachel Kyte, Christine Loh,

Amy Metcalfe, Ramakrishnan Mukundan, Annise Parker, David Wolfson 

CDP Worldwide Registered Charity no. 1122330. Company Registration no. 05013650.

 

 related data from the world’s largest corporations that buy, sell or trade key forests risk commodities (cattle products, palm oil, soy products and timber). The data is used to inform the global marketplace on investment risk and commercial opportunity, and to catalyze action, supporting companies in their efforts to remove deforestation from their supply chains. Please visit www.cdp.net or follow us @CDP to find out more. 

Key responsibilities

  • Support the investor account manager to build and maintain relationships with key financial institutions in Indonesia to disclose through CDP’s Financial Services questionnaire.
  • Provide support to the investor account manager and Indonesian financial institutions to promote increased transparency on lending and new policies that support forest friendly financing through investment and ownership activities.
  • Support capacity building and training with Indonesian financial institutions to identify forest risk in investment and lending portfolios.
  • Input into development of training, communications and marketing materials to be disseminated amongst financial sector stakeholders.
  • Lead on translation of materials and reports to Bahasa Indonesian, including working with local translators where required.
  • Support monitoring project outputs and outcomes for Southeast Asia engagement in the project Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning framework.
  • Support investor engagement in Southeast Asia to support a transition to more sustainable production and consumption.
  • Other tasks as required by the business.

Required skills and experience

  • Bachelor’s / Master’s degree or 1-2 years’ relevant working experience in capital or financial markets.
  • Excellent English and Bahasa Indonesian skills (verbal and written).
  • Knowledge or experience of economics, the Indonesian financial services sector, commodity markets or forestry sectors.
  • An understanding of capital markets and the investment management industry with an interest in sustainable investment.
  • Ability and confidence to build, manage and develop relationships with senior connections at financial institutions in Indonesia, with support from the wider team.
  • Strong communication skills and ability to clearly deliver key messages to both internal and external audiences including investors.

Board of Trustees: Alan Brown, Jane Ambachtsheer, Jeremy Burke, Stephen T Chow, Katherine Garrett-Cox, Rachel Kyte, Christine Loh, Justin Johnson, Ramakrishnan Mukundan, Annise Parker, Jeremy Smith, Takejiro Sueyoshi, Martin Wise CDP Worldwide Registered Charity no. 1122330. Company Registration no. 05013650.

 

  • Team player with a flexible but diligent working style. The ability to work effectively in a small team and remotely with colleagues in CDP’s global offices.
  • High level of IT competency including MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint.
  • A desire to take ownership and responsibility for work.
  • Ability to work under pressure and deliver work to a high standard.

Desirable characteristics and skills

  • A passion for integrating environmental issues into the mainstream business process.
  • Willingness and ability to travel.

Salary and benefits 

IDR 90,000,000 – IDR 129,000,000 per annum, 0.4 FTE / 2 days per week.

Salary is dependent on experience. CDP provides an annual discretionary bonus, 24 days holidays+ public holidays, the opportunity to work flexibly and many others.   

This role is offered as an initial 12-month contract, with the possibility of extension.

Before you apply

We’ll only use the information you provide to process your application. For more details on how we use your information, see our applicants privacy notice. By emailing us your CV and covering letter, you are permitting CDP to use the information you have provided for recruitment purposes.

To apply please email your CV and a covering letter setting out how you meet the required skills and experience or key responsibilities, which should be no more than two pages, to  [email protected] with ‘Project Officer, Indonesia in the subject.  The deadline is Sunday 5 September 2021.

3. Recruitment: TFA Event Organizer

Tasks and responsibilities:

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

  • Event management support for large-scale public events including the campaign launch and culminating activities
  • Ideas generation for event theme and associated elements
  • Organize and execute the logistical requirements for a successful South Asia regional event
  • Ensure that all the required administrative tasks and logistics associated with the conference are carried out successfully.
  • Manage a small team to this end.
  • Prepare a budget and monitor expenditures in respect of the conference.
  • Liaise with the Steering Group and the Representative in respect of the substantive content of the conference.
  • Liaise with TFA Global regarding the South Asian Regional Event in respect of how it will contribute to the global event.
  • Liaise with relevant Government counterpart officials, agencies, donors, civil society and private sector partners for the purpose of organizing and partnering for conference.
  • Provide full report on conference after the event concludes.
  • Provide suggested follow-up actions after the conclusion of the conference.
  • Undertake such other relevant duties as assigned by the communication lead representative or her designees.

Qualification and Expertise

The successful entity is required to meet the following criteria:

  • Proven experience planning and executing successful events or dialogue (offline and online)
  • 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 for until May 31, 2021 from date of signing. To be extended as agreed between parties.    

Terms and conditions of payment

To be determined per events.

 

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]