Vacancy at NLR Indonesia: HR and Admin Assistant

 NLR Indonesia is a national foundation, member of NLR Alliance. NLR Indonesia's main programs are leprosy control, prevention of disability, inclusive development for persons with disabilities, and cross cutting interventions on reducing stigma and discrimination for people affected by leprosy and persons with disabilities. NLR Indonesia’s approaches are capacity building, awareness raising, lobby and advocacy and piloting innovative approaches and building networks. NLR Indonesia partners with disabled people organizations, civil society organizations, educational institutions, as well as national and local government institutions.


Currently NLR Indonesia is looking for a candidate for following position:


HR and Admin Assistant

based in Jakarta


Main Responsibilities

The HR and Admin Assistant will perform administrative tasks of the organizations human resource department and services to support effective and efficient of board activities.

Under the supervision of the HR and Admin Officer, the HR and Admin Assistant’s main responsibilities are:

  1. Acts as liaison between organization management and board
  2. Acts as liaison between organization and the relevant government institution with regard to Yayasan operation
  3. Maintains accurate and up-to-date human resource files, records, and documentation
  4. Maintains the integrity and confidentiality of human resource files and records
  5. Provides clerical support to the HR department
  6. Assists with planning and execution of special events such as benefits enrollment, organization-wide meetings, employee recognition events, holiday parties, and retirement celebrations
  7. Performs other duties as assigned



·         Minimum a bachelor’s degree in management, communication or other relevant subjects with social work background

·         3 year of experience in human resources and administration-related tasks with in an NGO environment



·         Excellent verbal and written communication skills

·         Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to manage sensitive and confidential situations with tact, professionalism, and diplomacy

·         Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail

·         Proficient with Microsoft Office or related software

·         Have good understanding about relevant regulations on Yayasan operation.

·         Good English Skill

·         Experience in personnel or staff capacity building

·         Understanding on procurement procedures.

·         Adhere to NLR Indonesia’s values: Dignity – Communicative – Integrity – Trust – Responsibility – Accountability


How to Apply

Please send your CV to by November 10, 2022 at 17:00 Jakarta Time at the latest. 


Fill the email “Subject” column of the email in the format: <position applied> - <your name>

Only selected candidate will be contacted.


NLR Indonesia values diversity and inclusion and encourages all qualified people to apply, regardless of religion, age, race, gender, sexual orientation or disability

YTS - Program Officer (MTPO)

 Yayasan Tambuhak Sinta (YTS), a Kalimantan-based foundation head-quartered in Palangka Raya, is striving to improve the quality of governance and well-being in areas affected by mineral development activities, and is working closely with communities, local government and extractive companies to achieve this objective.

Currently we are looking for an experienced Program Officer from the development sector, who has the capability of assisting with implementing project activities in North Barito Regency, Central Kalimantan.


Duties and Responsibilities:

In close coordination with the Artisanal Small-scale Gold Miners (ASGM) Program Coordinator:

ü Organise and facilitate project activities in the district and village;

ü Support advocacy needs with the district and village management groups;

ü Liaise and coordinate with local authorities and community leaders

ü Provide monthly field reports;

ü Monitor and evaluate field processes and results of advocacy;

ü Document and report on all activities, events, processes and results;

ü Manage and report on all financial transactions on a monthly basis.


Experience and Requirements:

ü  At least 5 years previous experience in community empowerment and village planning and budgeting;

ü  Good verbal and written communication skills; able to communicate well with a wide range of individuals and personalities;

ü  Home base in or around Muara Teweh;

ü  Good management, coordination, and facilitation skills;

ü  Fluent in spoken and written Bahasa Indonesia, Dayak, and English (prefer);

ü  Work experience in multicultural settings;

ü  Good computer skills – word processing, spreadsheet, internet;

ü  University degree in relevant subject;

ü  Able to travel and work in remote areas.

If you feel up for the challenge, please send an application letter and CV in English by e-mail before November 15, 2022 to Please indicate MTPO - (your name) in the subject of your email, your availability, and expected remuneration. This position is available immediately. 

This is local hire, based in Muara Teweh. Local remuneration applied. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified


Invitation to tender – RFP No. 83424683 – Development of ESS Document

 Invitation to tender – RFP No. 83424683 – Development of ESS Document


Project No /Name           : 19.2125.3-001.00 / FORCLIME 4.0

Provision of services       : Conceptualization and Verification of Environmental and Social Safeguards (ESS) Aspects for the project: “Land-Based Mitigation and Adaptation through a Jurisdictional Approach in West Kalimantan”

Country                             : Indonesia



Dear Sir/Madam,


As a federal enterprise, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH supports the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. On behalf of the German Government, GIZ currently provides advisory services to the Government of Republic Indonesia since 1975. For further information, please visit


In October 2016, GIZ received the accreditation as International Accredited Entity from the Green Climate Fund (GCF) and is developing GCF Concept Notes and Funding Proposals since then. In this context, GIZ started supporting the Provincial REDD+ Working Group in West Kalimantan (WK) in developing a Concept Note (CN) in 2019. The GCF project will support the implementation of the Indonesian REDD+ strategy and social forestry initiative.


As part of the Funding Proposal development a number of selected annexes including an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA), E&S Management Plan (ESMP), E&S Management Framework (ESMF) and a Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP) will be developed to meet the Environmental and Social Safeguards (ESS) criteria set by the GCF. These documents will be part of the Funding Proposal (FP) package to be submitted to the GCF for consideration for board approval.


Therefore, GIZ FORCLIME project is currently seeking a Contractor/Company to deliver the Development of a Green Climate Fund (GCF) Funding Proposal (FP) with respect to the conceptualization and verification of environmental and social safeguards (ESS) aspects for the project: “Land-based mitigation and adaptation through a Jurisdictional Approach in West Kalimantan”. The detail services is set forth in the attached of Term of Reference and other annexes.


Please follow the link below for downloading the tender packs document:


Bidding Opportunities: GIZ Indonesia


83424683 -FORCLIME- Development of ESS Document (zip, 2,61 MB)


The tender documents consists of;

1.         Term of Reference

2.         Technical Assessment Grid

3.         Eligibility document form and its assessment criteria

3.1     Self-declaration form as part of the eligibility assessment for open tender

4.         Price Schedule Form

5.         Bidding’s Questions and Answer

6.         General Terms & Conditions of Contract

7.         Tender process timeframe


Should you be interested in providing this service, please send your proposal to  at the latest on Tuesday, 22 November 2022.  Any proposal arriving after the deadline will not be considered.


If you have any further questions in this respect, please send an email to  and cc to within the period 07 - 21.11.2022.

The queries will be answered by E-mail.


Thank you very much for your kind attention. Kindly looking forward for your participations.


Sincerely yours,

Contract and Procurement Division


Deutsche Gesellschaft für

Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH


GIZ Country Office Indonesia

Menara BCA, Level 46

Jl. M.H. Thamrin No. 1

Jakarta 10310 - Indonesia

T: + 6221 - 2358 7111

F: + 6221 - 2358 7110        









Terms of Reference


A.        About the Project

1.          The ASEAN Policy Implementation (API) Project is a four-year program that aims to provide technical assistance at the national level of ASEAN Member States (AMS) to accelerate the implementation of key ASEAN initiatives that support the US Government’s (USG) and ASEAN’s goals.

2.          The API project is guided by four overarching parameters: the IPS, the USAID/ASEAN Development Cooperation Framework (DCF), and the ASEAN Community Vision 2025, and it will be in alignment with USAID missions in the ASEAN region. The project focuses on implementing the ASEAN Economic Community's (AEC) selected instruments through comprehensive research, multi-year activities, and technical assistance at the AMS national level. API will contribute to Development Objective 2 of the DCF: ASEAN’s capacity to further regional economic integration and sustainable economic growth increased. With close collaboration with USAID/ASEAN’s other activities, i.e., IGNITE and PROSPECT, API is working toward achieving common outcomes and contributions to achieve the DCF objectives.

3.          In realizing the goals under this strategic framework and the project’s goal, the API project activity focuses on two main objectives:

a)     Identify concrete needs and opportunities for supporting the implementation of targeted ASEAN policies at the Member State level; and

b)    Provide concrete technical assistance to the Member States to strengthen their implementation of targeted ASEAN Policies.


B.         Problem Analysis

4.          Based on a research report conducted by Google, Temasek, and Bain & Company (2021), the gross merchandise value (GMV) of Indonesia’s digital economy is valued at USD 70 billion in 2021 and is estimated to reach USD 146 billion in 2025. The main driver of the digital economy in Indonesia is e-commerce, which has the most significant growth from USD 35 billion in 2020 to USD 53 billion in 2021, or equivalent to 52%. As the digital economy becomes a prominent driver of economic growth, Indonesia’s effort to develop the digital economy ecosystem remains a priority.

5.          Indonesia’s infrastructure and regulatory framework for the digital economy still need to be improved, updated, and strengthened to adjust to the development of the industry. The technology advancement also resulted in the revenue distribution gap between big sellers and micro-small-medium enterprises (MSMEs) in Indonesia due to the digital literacy gap. Digital literacy, especially for women, remains a problem. Building an enabling ecosystem is critical, especially for MSMEs, in areas such as digital literacy, marketing, financing, and standards and regulations. This is timely as well since Indonesia and other AMS have been exploring a new agreement with Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) and Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEC), as well as endorsed the Bandar Seri Begawan Roadmap (BSBR) on ASEAN digital transformation. Thus, preparation is critical to support Indonesia’s readiness for developing and implementing the ASEAN Digital Economy Framework Agreement (DEFA).


C.        Introduction

6.          The API Project is working closely with the Ministry of Trade of Indonesia in crafting the Terms of Reference (TOR) to provide a comprehensive regulation analysis for Indonesia’s readiness toward the adoption of the ASEAN DEFA.

7.          The ASEAN DEFA will be a comprehensive agreement to progress ASEAN’s cooperation in the digital ecosystem while also considering addressing the digital and development gaps of AMS and including matters which are deemed to be essential for harnessing the ongoing digital transformation in the region and preparing MSMEs for digital transformation and developing a digital-ready workforce, as agreed by all AMS. In achieving this goal, ASEAN plans to conduct a study on an ASEAN DEFA by 2023 and commence negotiations for the DEFA by 2025.

8.          There are many regulatory aspects when it comes to the digital economy framework, such as open government data, transparency, data innovation, data procurement, cross-border data flow, and cross-border data protection. The study can provide a gap analysis of Indonesia’s regulatory system in such areas vis-à-vis the international standards. For example, the study can look at whether the Indonesian Consumer Protection Law addresses the growing concerns on data protection and is in line with the ASEAN Digital Masterplan's commitment to delivering trusted digital services and preventing consumer harm. Following up on this study, API can then provide recommendations and specific capacity-building programs targeted to improve the specific areas.

9.          It is important to note, however, that under the BSBR, ASEAN will conduct a study on the establishment of an ASEAN Digital Economy by 2023 to examine areas that can be included in a framework to accelerate ASEAN’s digital integration toward a regionally integrated economy and toward the commencement of negotiation for the DEFA. Similarly, the Indonesian Government (i.e., the Bank of Indonesia) is currently conducting studies on Indonesia’s readiness to adopt different rules and disciplines on the digital economy, as well as assessing the gap in Indonesia’s system and the international digital agreement. Thus, the study to be conducted by the API Project is foreseen to complement the above-mentioned studies.


D.        Objectives

10.       The objective of this study is as follows:

a)      Provide a comprehensive regulation analysis for Indonesia’s readiness toward the adoption of the ASEAN DEFA, and

b)      Make appropriate recommendations and specific capacity-building programs targeted to improve the specific areas in accordance with internationally recognized standards and practices.


E.         Scope of Services

11.       Below is the scope of services to be undertaken by the consultant:

a)      Conduct a comprehensive analysis of Indonesia’s regulation on the digital economy landscape. The targets of this activity are to identify the deficiencies and regulatory challenges in the current digital economic development landscape, including but not limited to open government data, transparency, data innovation, data procurement, cross-border data flow, and cross-border data protection, and subsequently develop a comprehensive regulation analysis report in supporting Ministry of Trade of Indonesia in adopting ASEAN DEFA.

b)      Prepare the survey instruments in close consultation with the Ministry of Trade of Indonesia.

c)      Gather information from the Ministry of Trade of Indonesia and Trade and Regulatory Government Agencies (TRGAs) through interviews and focus group discussions.

d)      Conduct desk research on whether regulations and procedures that facilitate digital economy development are clear and available.

e)      Work closely with the officials of the Ministry of Trade of Indonesia and relevant TGRAs in developing a comprehensive regulation analysis on Indonesia’s readiness toward adopting the ASEAN DEFA.

f)       Develop and maintain a detailed work plan for the technical assistance activities, including data validation sessions, and technical workshops, in consultation with stakeholders, outlining activities, timelines, and required inputs.

g)      Provide timely and concise recommendations based on the findings to support Indonesia’s readiness for the ASEAN DEFA negotiation and implementation.


F.         Period of Performance: The assignment is expected to begin in December 2022 until May 2023 (6 Months).


G.        Level of Effort: 60 days.


H.        Location: Indonesia.


I.           Reports To: The STTA will be supervised by the API Chief of Party in coordination with the Program Manager and Research Manager.


J.           Deliverables:

12.       Deliverables for this activity are as follow:

a)      Inception report. This includes outlining the work plan and tasks to be undertaken and revising the work plan, if relevant.

b)      Survey instruments that the Ministry has approved of Trade of Indonesia.

c)      Progress reports. Bi-weekly progress reports on the implementation of activities as per the work plan in the inception report. Monthly status reports shall include descriptions of progress, tasks completed, and outstanding issues and recommendations for resolution.

d)      Conduct Surveys with targeted respondents. This includes providing the details of stakeholder lists to be interviewed (e.g., facilitation of contacts with officers, policymakers, and those in charge of digital economy regulation) for the purpose of this activity.

e)      Preparatory work for the technical workshop. Prepare workshop materials for review and approval by Indonesia’s Ministry of Trade project team.

f)       Conduct the Technical Workshops. This includes the workshop report and results.

g)      Final Report.


K.         Qualifications

13.       Must have

a)      Minimum Master’s degree in economics, international trade, law, international political economy or related fields, Ph.D. preferred.

b)      Minimum of 10 years of related work experience.

c)      Economic Growth background, especially in areas covered by the ASEAN Economic Community Blueprint 2025.  Preference for an understanding of the Digital Data Governance and Digital Economy in the ASEAN Region.

d)      Consultants with experience in more than one country or regional knowledge and technical expertise in the subject matter will also be considered.

e)      Excellent written and spoken English.

14.       Desired

a)      Understanding USAID’s Indo-Pacific Strategy and familiarity with bilateral missions in the ASEAN Member States (AMS).

b)      Working Experience with a national university, think-tank, or other research institution, on issues related to economic growth and governance, is required.

c)      Native speaker & writer of the local language.

15.       Functional Competencies 

a)      Strong analytical skills with conceptual understanding.  

b)      Strong, proven functional skills in analytical writing and producing reports, research, and assessments, including the ability to formulate recommendations.  

c)      Excellent demonstrated ability to be flexible and work under tight deadlines in an independent working environment.  

d)      High level of communication and interpersonal skills and experience working effectively in a multi-cultural environment.   

e)      Well-developed interpersonal skills, including the ability to liaise effectively at senior levels. 

f)       Demonstrated capacity to work both independently and in a team environment.

g)      Excellent networking with a demonstrated ability to build and maintain professional relationships.

Questions regarding the consultancy can be directed to Mutiara Alam Addini, Research Manager at

Applications should be sent by email by no later than November 11, 2022 (17:00 hours UTC+7) to the following email address: and cc

using “STTA on Development of Indonesia’s Readiness Analysis Toward the ASEAN Digital Economy Framework Agreement” in the email’s subject. We welcome applications from both individual and institutional experts.

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