ACE Building, 6th Floor Directorate General for Electricity Complex
JL. HR. Rasuna Said Blok X-2, Kav. 07-08 Kuningan, Jakarta-12950, Indonesia - Kota Administrasi Jakarta Selatan DKI Jakarta 12950 Indonesia http://www.aseanenergy.orgJenis Industri: Organisasi Non Profit
Established on 1 January 1999, the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) is an independent intergovernmental organisation within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ (ASEAN) structure that represents the 10 ASEAN Member States’ (AMS) interests in the energy sector. The Centre accelerates the integration of energy strategies within ASEAN by providing relevant information and expertise to ensure the necessary energy policies and programmes are in harmony with the economic growth and the environmental sustainability of the region. It is guided by a Governing Council composed of Senior Officials on Energy leaders from each AMS and a representative from the ASEAN Secretariat as an ex-officio member. Hosted by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of Indonesia, ACE’s office is located in Jakarta.
On 26 May 2015, ACE Governing Council endorsed the business plan of an Enhanced ACE; a high-performing institution and a regional centre of excellence which builds a coherent, coordinated, focused and robust energy policy agenda and strategy for ASEAN. The three critical roles of the Enhanced ACE:
As an ASEAN energy think tank to assist the AMS by identifying and surfacing innovative solutions for ASEAN’s energy challenges on policies, legal & regulatory frameworks and technologies.
As a catalyst to unify and strengthen ASEAN energy cooperation and integration by implementing relevant capacity building programmes and projects to assist the AMS develop their energy sector.
As the ASEAN energy data centre and knowledge hub to provide a knowledge repository for the AMS.
Teknik Elektro, Teknik Fisika, Teknik Mesin, Teknik Lingkungan, Energi
1. Background The ASEAN-German Energy Programme (AGEP) aims at improving the framework conditions for renewable energy (RE) and energy efficiency & conservation (EE&C) through regional technical and policy exchanges as cooperation between the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) and the Deutsche Gesellschaftfür Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH. The implementation of the AGEP with and overall duration until 30 June 2019.The objective of this project is for regional coordination of ASEAN Member States (AMS) measures for promotion of RE and EE&C which should be enhanced. The indicators of the AGEP are defined as:
4 recommendations from the ACE on RE or EE&C are introduced in 3 AMS, including one of the countries Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Myanmar
At least 1 out of 4 recommendations mentioned above in the areas of RE and EE&C are approved by the respective responsible Sub-Sector Network (SSNs), Senior Officials Meeting on Energy (SOME) and ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting (AMEM)
1 approach for action from the substantive networking that goes beyond the aims of the ASEAN Plan of Action for Energy Cooperation (APAEC) 2016-2025 is implemented by actors (e.g. government, the formal economy or educational institutions) from two countries.
The area of actions and expected output of AGEP are:
Area of action 1 aims to strengthen the implementation of AMS measures to promote RE and EE&C through technically competent strategies and recommendations for action that are regionally better harmonised (Output A).
Area of action 2 is to establish ACE as a competent technical institution for energy issues in the region and to strengthen its secretariat function for ASEAN energy cooperation and integration (Output B).
Area of action 3 aims to improve the regional technical exchange in the fields of RE and EE&C (Output C).
The Project comprises two main support elements: the provision of the grant and the secondment of international and regional long-term experts. The grant will enable ACE to carry out activities of direct relevance to the development of the RE and EE&C sector in the ASEAN region. These include above all the financing of national and regional expertise as well as of events (e.g. trainings, workshops, seminars). All project activities in the framework of the grant agreement will be carried out under the responsibility of ACE with close consultation with and advice of the secondment counterpart who will also provide in-process monitoring.
2. Role of the Technical Officer The ASEAN Centre for Energy will place a Technical Officerfor the Project. The Technical Officer shall support in the execution and coordination of AGEP implementation. The Technical Officer deployment shall take place in close coordination and cooperation with ACE's Executive Director, AGEP Manager, and GIZ’sAdvisor for AGEP, and the ASEAN Energy Focal Points.
3. Technical Officer’s Main Tasks The scope of your work will consist of the following items: Overall execution and coordination of the AGEP under the ASEAN Plan of Action on Energy Cooperation (APAEC) 2016-2025:
Support the Manager to execute and coordinate the RE and EE&C components of the agreed AGEP Work Programme 2016-2019.
Overall Coordination of the ASEAN-German Energy Programme (AGEP):
Support in the overall implementation, coordination and monitoringAGEP activities in accordancewith the provisions of the Grant and Implementation agreement.
Support to the conceptualisation and development of the Activityframework, work plan and budget.
Implement, monitor and evaluate the progress and plansagainst the approved budget and plan.
Communicate regularly on the updates of the overall Project implementation to the AGEP Manager
Prepare necessary Terms of Reference (ToR) and/or concept papers of the associated project activities;
Assist the Managerto prepare and implement EE&C and RE workplan and project;
Assist the Managerto develop strategies and technical concepts, including concept note, guidelines, procedures, including TOR for technical consultants;
Identify third party supports (e.g. consultant, web developer, printing company, etc.) to support the associated project activities.
Liaise with the third party supports on the implementation of the associated project activities.
Monitor the performance of the third party supports and provide necessary inputs to ensure the completion of the associated project activities.
Support Managerin monitoring the Project progress and identify possible alternatives to ensure the completion of the associated project activities.
Plan and prepare technical supports on the implementation of different AGEP activities (e.g. workshop, training, publication) and other events related to the Project field’s of activities.
Prepare technical reports, project reports and associated documents relevant to the project activities
Coordinate with AGEP Manager and GIZ Advisors on the implementation of the Project activities.
Networking and cooperation:
Support the Managerin the coordination of stakeholders (e.g. RE-SSN and EE&C-SSN Focal Points, HAPUA Secretariat, Academia, Public and Private Sectors) associated to the implementation of the Project activities;
Identify and establish contacts with relevant stakeholders such as relevant private industry, public sector, NGOs, competence sustainable energy institutions and other government institutions in the ASEAN region that will be contributable to the implementation of the Project activities.
Knowledge and information management:
Facilitate source of information on AGEP technical subjects.
Provide inputs for reports/publications used and/or developed in the projects.
Provide technical advice in the field of RE and EE&C.
Other duties/additional tasks:
Subject to discussions with ACE Executive Director, AGEP Senior Project Manager and Manager, additional tasks and other duties may be allocated for the Technical Officer.
4. Requirements/Qualifications The Technical Officer in place must have the following requirements. Qualifications and Skills
A Bachelor’s degree in one of these areas: physical, mechanical, energy, electrical, environmental engineering, energy policy,energy planning, energy economics or relevant disciplines appropriate to the technical, financial and organizational management of the Project.Master’sin related field and knowledge of Energy Management System is an advantage.
Highly knowledgeableonRE and EE&Cmatters, agencies and ministries of Southeast Asia countries as well as in-depthknowledge in regional energy cooperation, development and/or implementation.
Highly-motivated individual with the ability to take the initiative, work independently and collaborate with others to produce high-quality reports, articles and presentations in a timely manner.
Ability to work well with experts, engineers, technicians, editors, consultants and at the same time be able to network with officials of the ASEAN Member Countries, Dialogue Partners and International Organizations.
Good working knowledge with information and communication technology.
Knowledge of ACE and ASEAN Member Countries is an advantage.
Energy Modeling skill is an advantage (LEAP Model).
Capacity to assess the likely positive/negative impacts of project activities.
Minimum IELTS Proficiency 7.5 or equivalent.
Excellent command of English, both in oral and written communication.
Preferably minimum of 2 years of experience in theRE and EE&C sector.
Working experience in the ASEAN or Global non-profit organisationwithin the area of related energy sector(professional, financial, and managerial capabilities on energy preferably sustainable energy projects).
Experience in the technical coordination of a group of professionals or inthe management position of an energy institution (public or private) orequivalent.
Experience in managing capacity building activities (e.g. events, workshops, seminars, publications, etc.) in his/her current and/or past experience.
Experience in the organization, coordination, implementation, administration, monitoring and reporting of cooperation projects involving multi stakeholders.
Familiar with regional/international donor projectimplementation guidelines and requirements.
5. Salary and Benefits
Successful candidate will be offered contract from15October 2018 to 30 June 2019 (with option to continue based on performance indicator). The salary is depending on qualifications and experiences. Other applicable benefits and allowance includes, among others, health insurance and other subject to ACE consolidated rules and regulation.
6. Application Submission:
Send your application letter to firstname.lastname@example.org highlighting your suitability and potential contribution with i) a detail CV using the official application form, ii) published paper works, iii) certified true copies of educational and iv) english proficiency certificates.Incomplete applications will not be considered, and only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
Please indicate on the subject heading: Application for AGEP TO Closing Date: application should reach the ACE by 21 September 2018 The process including:
Written and presentation test
Only shortlisted candidates will be notified in each process.