AIPEG – Climate Change Consulting Opportunities
The Australia Indonesia Partnership for Economic Governance (AIPEG) is an AusAID-funded project assisting Indonesia to undertake important economic and financial policy reforms. Norton Rose Australia, as the Australian Managing Contractor, is now seeking expressions of interest from qualified professionals/firms for possible short-term consultancy positions in Climate Change in Indonesia. The purpose is to assist the Government of Indonesia meet its aims in reducing greenhouse gas emissions targets. Broadly the areas of development and implementation focus are:
- effective and efficient economic and fiscal strategies in climate change mitigation by reducing emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases,
- financial mechanisms. systems and processes to optimize the international and domestic funding inflow support for GOI climate change mitigation, and to optimize the effective flow through of those funds to domestic climate change mitigation action’ and
- appropriate institutions and institutional approaches to support the development and implementation of the economic and fiscal strategies.
Chosen candidates firms will be able to demonstrate successful policy and technical advice at the strategic and operational levels on climate change issues. You will be comfortable with working at the highest levels of government, preferably possess developing country consulting experience (ideally in the Indonesian Finance and Economic Sectors) and have a commitment to working with Government of Indonesia systems. More detailed information about this opportunity and the selection criteria are available upon request to firstname.lastname@example.org
To be considered please send a written application and CV (4 pages max) to email@example.com by 14 February 2011. Please indicate in your expression of interest both your requested fee rate and an indication of your availability.
Only short-listed applicants will be contacted. Selections will be made in accordance with Government of Australia Procurement Guidelines