[Internship CDP-GRI]-Development of Corporate Environment Reporting Toolkit, Indonesia

 Internship – Development of Corporate Environment Reporting Toolkit, Indonesia

Location:  Remote


Are you looking to start your career in the environmental sector? Do you want to use your data analysis skills to help fighting climate change and support Indonesia’s target on net-zero emission by 2060?

CDP and GRI are seeking a research Intern with excellent desk review research and writing skills, and knowledge on corporate environmental reporting to contribute to our work in supporting companies to respond to the Financial Service Authority (OJK) Regulation 51/POJK.03/2017 on sustainability reporting. This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated self-starter who enjoys writing, conducting desk-review research on companies ESG, and passionate on working in a fast-paced international NGO.



About CDP and GRI Collaboration


The Financial Service Authority’s Regulation on sustainable finance (POJK 51/POJK.03/2017) requires financial institutions and public listed companies to publish their sustainability reports annually. These reports must disclose economic, social, and environmental impacts, along with the corporate strategies in addressing the negative impacts and increasing their contributions to the positive impacts. In addition to this regulation, the Ministry of Planning and Development (BAPPENAS), through its SDGs Secretariat, intends to utilize corporate sustainability reports to measure private sector contributions to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and report them in Voluntary National Review (VNR) at the United National High Level Panel Forum (UN-HLPF) meeting annually.


Responding to this regulatory landscape, CDP and GRI have delivered a series of capacity building to increase the capacity of the companies to address POJK 51 using international reporting standards and frameworks, particularly CDP-aligned TCFD and the GRI Standards, and to align them with the relevant SDG targets and indicators. Through this capacity building, it is expected that companies would increasingly follow those international standards and continuously improve the quality of disclosure. Nevertheless, a lack of clear and practical guidelines on aligning all those frameworks/standards together remains the main challenge for Indonesian companies that are still in their nascent phase of reporting.

This collaboration aims to produce a practical toolkit that aligns POJK 51, CDP questionnaires, the GRI Standards, and SDGs. The toolkit will also provide step-by-step guidelines and examples for all the environmental aspects required by the POJK 51 and intend to increase the quality of their environmental disclosure in the following reporting periods.

Please visit www.cdp.net or www.globalreporting.org to find out more.


Key responsibilities including:

{  Conducting desk-review research, writing and visualization on the alignment of POJK 51, CDP questionnaires, GRI Standards and SDGs;

{  Developing practical guidelines and examples  of n the alignment of POJK 51, CDP questionnaires, GRI Standards and SDGs;

{  Developing a toolkit (in Bahasa Indonesia) that aligns POJK 51, CDP questionnaire, GRI Standards and SDGs based on the existing alignment;

{  Assisting with ad-hoc tasks as required.



Your profile:

{  You are nearing the end of your master’s or PhD degree preferably in Public Policy, Economics, Environmental Economics, Environmental Management, Sustainability,  or a related subject

{  Experience in communicating complex technical concepts in a clear, compelling and concise manner and developing messages that are accessible to a range of audiences.  

{  Proven writing, editing and speaking skills in Bahasa Indonesia and an ability to convey complex ideas in a clear, direct, and engaging style.

{  Passionate and knowledgeable about Sustainable Development and related topics, such as policy, climate change, forests, SDGs and sustainable finance;

{  Proficiency with Microsoft Office (esp. Excel, Word and PowerPoint);

{  Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work in teams;

{  Ability to work independently and precisely under pressure, be proactive and set priorities;

{  Fluency in Bahasa Indonesia and English required.


What we offer:

{  Exciting and challenging tasks in an international team;

{  Internship duration of 4 months;

{  Flexible working arrangement;

{  Expenses paid.


The successful candidate will work three days per week. The intern will work with and report to the CDP’s Policy Engagement Manager and GRI’s Indonesia Country Manager. Expected starting date will be at the end of September 2021.



Interested applicants must be eligible to work legally in Indonesia. Please submit the complete application documents (motivation letter describing why he/she/they want to take up this intern position , CV and references/certificates if available) in English, as a single PDF file and via email to hr.hk@cdp.net with “Intern-Partnership CDP&GRI” in the subject line. The application deadline is 17 September 2021.


Before you apply, we’ll only use the information you provide to process your application. For more details on how we use your information, see our applicants privacy notice. By emailing us your application, you are permitting CDP to use the information you have provided for recruitment purposes.



Please note that we only provide feedback to shortlisted candidates due to the sheer volume of applications. If you do not hear from us within 21 days, please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.

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