The Center for International Forestry Research advances human wellbeing, environmental conservation and equity by conducting research to inform policies and practices that affect forests in developing countries. We are one of 15 CGIAR research centres. Our headquarters are in Bogor, Indonesia, and we have offices in Asia, Africa and South America.
- Participate in the design and implementation of Phase 2 ILEA research building on the lessons learned from Phase 1;
- Provide and assist in literature reviews, and other tasks supporting research;
- Contribute to data synthesis and analysis;
- Maintain databases related to the project;
- Maintain appropriate communications with key stakeholders and partners. These may include local and national government agencies, environmental and development, social advocacy NGOs, private businesses, and donor organizations;
- Publish in both Bahasa Indonesia and English for Indonesian and international journals, and broader audiences;
- Participate in fieldwork as required.
- Develop, test and refine training modules to provide ILEA refresher courses for KPK, Bank of Indonesia, and other relevant Government of Indonesia officials;
- Develop, test and refine training materials for staff of Indonesian law enforcement agencies (i.e. police and KPK investigators) to assist them in understanding and adopting ILEA to address forest-related crimes.
- Contribute to developing Concept Notes and funding proposals to support CIFOR’s ILEA activities;
- In coordination with the relevant CRP Component Leader, GOV Senior Project Officer, GOV Secretary, Finance and HR teams, assist the Programme Director GOV in the development of budgets, and in managing contracts and agreements with research partners, donors, consultants and interns;
- Assist the CRP6 Component Leader by contributing to annual CRP6 planning exercises with a particular focus on Components 2 and 5
- Contribute to the organisation of workshops, meetings and Tier 2 GOV conferences, lectures for GOV-WUR courses and other related activities;
- Assist in project reporting (progress reports, minutes, translations, etc).
- Details of duties, assignments and objectives will be further discussed and laid out in the staff’s annual performance contract.
- Masters degree in social science or other related discipline with a specialisation in law.
- Previous experience with the Integrated Law Enforcement Approach or similar approaches.
- Strong computer skills in access database management, word processing and other relevant office applications.
- Excellent written and spoken Bahasa Indonesia.
- Excellent written and spoken English.
- Have knowledge of and experience in conducting research on forest-related crime issues.
- Familiar with aid donor activities and processes, particularly the Norwegian Embassy in Indonesia.
- Competent in personal organization and priority setting, with the ability to work effectively under deadlines and manage multiple priorities.
- Take initiative and be capable of working independently and as an effective team player.
- Good interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to effectively interact with people in a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural environment.
- Experience working with a wide and diverse network of groups and individuals.
Deadline: Sept. 30th
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