Request for Quotation: Graphic Designer for Palladium MFP4 Project


MOEF and FCDO have appointed Palladium, in consortium with Systemiq, to deliver the fourth phase of the Multistakeholder Forestry Programme in Indonesia (MFP4).

MFP4 will support Indonesia to achieve its ambitions on sustainable timber and community forestry. The programme will operate for 5 years (2018 – 2023). MFP4 will build on earlier programme phases to deliver an ambitious set of results on coverage of timber licences, export volumes of sustainably sourced timber, area under community forest management, and number and value of community forest businesses.

To deliver these results, the consortium members will establish a joint technical assistance facility in Jakarta, drawing on their respective experience in facilitating FLEGT VPAs worldwide, implementing previous MFPs in Indonesia, collaborating with Indonesian ministries on community forestry polices and enabling investments in forests and sustainable land use. The MFP4 facility will directly support the Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MOEF) to deliver two core workstreams:

  1. Growth in sustainable and legal timber production: Ensuring the effectiveness and sustainability of the national timber legality assurance system 'SVLK', which underpins FLEGT licensing, to further strengthen confidence amongst international buyers and domestic suppliers; and
  2. Growth in community-based forest businesses: Catalyse community forest business development to foster more sustainable use of forests, reduce forest degradation and deforestation, and improve prosperity by strengthening forest governance at the site level.

Purpose of Position

The Graphic Designer Service Provider will support the MFP4 Team to effectively present and communicate concepts, reports and findings to a variety of external audiences, including government stakeholders, international and national NGOs, donors and private businesses.

The Graphic Designer Service Provider will be engaged through a service agreement with PT. Palladium International Indonesia. Each assignment will be issued through a call down basis. 


Specifically, the Graphic Designer Service Provider will:

  • Support the production of visually engaging reports and publications targeted at a variety of audiences.
  • Translate forestry subject matter into engaging contents of flyers, brochures and other communication materials for various channels including social media
  • Design and finalise infographics to convey key pieces of information, programme strategies and forest sector statistics
  • Asist in the creation of high quality presentations and supporting materials for public conferences and workshops
  • Design materials and layouts for event information booths

Desired qualifications:

Candidates should demonstrate the following skills and experience:

  • Minimum 2 years of experience designing and laying out publications for international or private sector organizations;
  • Proficient in using design software (In Design, Photoshop, Corel Draw, etc);
  • Proficient in English and Bahasa Indonesia;
  • Effective time management and organizational skills, demonstrated initiative and resourcefulness;
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines;
  • Ability to deliver the required service within the expected timeline;
  • Ability to provide credit facility at minimum IDR 30,000,000 per month for MFP4;
  • Ability to provide monthly invoice for payment.

How to Apply

To respond to this position, send your quotation/proposal with the following pieces of information to with the name of the RFQ as your email subject.

  • Cost information for each page/slide/product
  • Proposed delivery time for graphic design (normal and express request)
  • Name and references for at least two previous clients
  • Samples of previous design works /documents
  • Graphic Designer Service Provider CV (max. 2 pages)

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Palladium provides equal opportunity to all participants without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, veteran or marital status.