GGGI Indonesia: Program Officer, Sustainable Mobility

 The Officer is to support the implementation of the e-mobility project in Indonesia. Reporting to the Country Representative, s/he will support CR in his engagement with Korean stakeholders in Indonesia and will become a liaison between GGGI Indonesia and Korean agencies with a presence in Indonesia, such as KOICA, KOTRA, KEXIM, private sector players, etc. In addition, he/she will lead reporting and monitoring to the donor, the Ministry of Environment, the Republic of Korea.


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The Officer's primary role is to ensure the timely delivery and safeguarding of the consistent quality of outputs and activities of the Project under the Green Growth Program Indonesia. The Officer supports the Project team by providing technical inputs to outputs and ensuring process integrity in program operation and specific project/output delivery, fully meeting established institutional policies, standards, and donor requirements across budget execution, procurement & HR processes implementation, and other operational functions.



The Officer will work as a part of GGGI’s Country Program and support the Country Representative, in implementing the project on the ground. At the project site, s/he will work in close collaboration with Korean stakeholders in Indonesia as well as the Bali Provincial Government and relevant city/district agencies, universities, and other local stakeholders

Specific tasks include:

  • Build and maintain partnerships with Korean stakeholders in Indonesia, including KOICA, KOTRA, KEXIM, the private sector, etc.
  • Build and maintain partnerships with regional government, development agencies, the private sector, and donors to ensure buy-in and support for the effective implementation of transport and sustainable mobility project.
  • Lead reporting and monitoring required by the donor, the Ministry of Environment, the Republic of Korea.
  • Identify new project opportunities in the area of sustainable mobility in other areas of Indonesia in terms of replicating the Bali project, installing charging stations, supporting policy framework, implementing electric mobility for first and last-mile issues (e.g., electric scooters, electric minivans as feeder, etc.), etc.
  • Support the Project Team in reviewing the regulatory landscape and institutional arrangement of EV implementation, review of relevant EV development roadmap, and provide technical input in the area of sustainable transport and/or EV to deliver Project outputs.
  • Provide technical input to the technical feasibility studies and electric bus pilot program design.
  • Conduct on-site surveys for outputs leading to the piloting of electric buses and supporting infrastructures, and identify alternative technical specifications that conform to national regulations and standards on EV.
  • Conduct Project monitoring and evaluation for mid-term and end-of-project review as necessary.
  • Participate in the GGGI Communities of Practice to share knowledge concerning transport and sustainable mobility within GGGI to contribute towards the building of a knowledge sharing program.



Reporting to the Country Representative, especially from donor engagement, and stakeholder management perspectives related to issues affecting the design of EV ecosystems, transport economics, and urban mobility planning.

Key milestone outputs include the following:  

  • Options for encouraging investment and de-risking private sector investment are developed together with Government of Indonesia and the private sector
  • A relevant GCF project or program is developed
  • Capacity building and knowledge exchange program between key Government of Indonesia stakeholders and the private sector to support e-mobility is developed and delivered
  • Monitoring and evaluation of project indicators in line with ODA requirements


  • Advanced degree in transport, urban planning, energy, economics, public policy or related field, with transportation engineering seen as an asset.
  • At least 5 years of professional experience related to sustainable urban development issues.
  • Experience in working with the government (national and subnational level) and non-government counterparts on a day-to-day basis
  • Fluency in English and Korean for reporting and presentations are essential.
  • Experience in engaging with other development partners to explore potential cooperation opportunities and with donors to identify future funding opportunities.
  • Experience in project management, policy and planning, research and analysis and project design.
  • Experience in applying participatory approaches, gender, environmental, and social inclusion safeguards.
  • Team player, creative problem-solver, and innovative thinker.
  • Excellent multi-cultural literacy and interest in being a part of an international team working in an evolving and entrepreneurial environment.
  • Excellent communication (both written and oral) and facilitation skills.
  • Understand and actively supports GGGI's mission, vision and values.
  • Promote the optimum use of public resources.
  • Promote an organizational culture of trust, transparency, respect and partnership.
  • Process and share information easily.
  • Manage emotions and stress positively, builds rapport and resolves conflict easily.
  • Promote creativity and innovation among staff.
  • Be able to lead where needed and support the Country Representatives to make sound decisions.



With the support of the Government of the Republic of Korea (ROK), GGGI assists the Government of Indonesia (GoI), specifically the Bali Provincial Government, in transitioning to a more sustainable transportation through electric vehicle (EV) implementation. Bali Province (“the Province”) has a planning document, namely the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) for the Sarbagita Metropolitan, that provides the comprehensive direction for a shift to a more sustainable transportation system. Additionally, a Regional Action Plan for EV implementation for the entire island is currently under development, covering the technical, institutional, and financial aspects of the transition.

In supporting the targets stated in these documents, GGGI is providing technical assistance to the Indonesian Government and the Government of Bali through the project “Piloting Electric Vehicle Systems and Developing a Green Transportation Investment Roadmap for Bali, Indonesia”. The Project is covers aspects of planning, investment mobilization, and capacity building to realize an inclusive EV system in the Province, which also includes piloting electric buses and supporting facilities. This project consists of three outcomes, including the implementation of a coherent and sustainable EV roadmap, increased investment opportunities and commitments to accelerate the use of EV, and strengthened human resource capacity and institutional framework involving public and private stakeholders. The project will last for five years (2023-2027) and GGGI is appointed as the project implementer under the direction of the Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas).

The main beneficiary of this Project will be the Bali Provincial Government which has the jurisdiction of the target area of the Project. At the national level, the Project will coordinate and collaborate with Bappenas and other technical Ministries, such as the Ministry of Transportation and Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources.

Deadline of application: 27 August 2023 (23:59 KST)

Child protection – GGGI is committed to child protection, irrespective of whether any specific area of work involves direct contact with children. GGGI’s Child Protection Policy is written in accordance with the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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