Consultant as Conflict Transformation Papua Barat
World Resources Institute (WRI) is an independent national research organization that turns big ideas into action at the nexus of environment, economic opportunity, and human well-being. WRI Indonesia is affiliated with
Launched in early 2014, WRI Indonesia builds on WRI’s 20-year history in the country and the official establishment of WRI Indonesia office has strengthened our impacts on the ground in recent years. One of the key modalities in One Map Initiative is Conflict Transformation framework, which aims to create evidence-based policies and processes in addressing and prevent overlapping claims over land on the ground that results
The Conflict Transformation Consultant will be based in Manokwari-West
The overall objective of the One Map Initiative is to transform land use decision-making processes to be open, accountable, and participatory. WRI Indonesia will achieve this
One of the key modalities in One Map Initiative is Conflict Transformation framework, which aims to create evidence-based policies and processes in addressing and prevent overlapping claims over land on the ground that results
The Conflict Transformation Consultant will assist the overall Conflict Transformation’s work, such as (i) assisting in the program implementation of Conflict Transformation outputs and linking it back to other related national policy such as Social Forestry and Agrarian Reform, (ii) assisting in research development and implementation, particularly for Conflict Transformation outputs under WRI Indonesia’s One Map Initiative in West Papua Province, and (iii) assisting in stakeholder engagement with key local stakeholders in conflict transformation/resolution network. Under the guidance of Conflict Transformation Specialist and through the assistant of the regional manager, he/she will also need to work closely with WRI Indonesia-Regional team, WRI Indonesia’s S&R Coordinator, One Map program team, and key government and non-government stakeholders to strategically grow WRI Indonesia’s portfolio and achieving its objectives.
The position will be reporting to the Conflict Transformation Specialist of WRI Indonesia. He/she will liaise closely with WRI Program Manager, S&R Coordinator, Research Assistant, and relevant agencies of the local Government.
- Conduct Rapid assessment activities for seeking the roles of women participation
Program Implementation (50%)
- Assist in land use governance pre and conflict assessment activities for the implementation and development of Conflict Transformation framework in West Papua Province, and its priority districts.
- Help facilitate learning processes and capacity building activities related to the implementation of conflict transformation framework in West Papua Province, and its priority districts.
- Involved in data collection, analysis (quantitative and qualitative), mapping, reporting
- Help facilitate the roles of women participation
- Assist and facilitate the empowerment of women to improve their sustainable livelihood in managing sustainable forest land used in West Papua Province, and its priority districts.
- Assist in administration processes and activities in
Stakeholder Engagement (30%)
- Help to contact and organize meetings with stakeholders in pre-assessment activities for implementation and development of the Conflict Transformation framework in West Papua Province, and its priority districts.
- Assist in building and managing relationships with
- Help liaise outreach and cultivates relationships with potential partners, and stakeholder for forest and land use work in West Papua Province, and its priority districts (including governments, private sectors, CSOs, foundations, and individual public figures);
- Legally able to work in Indonesia.
- Minimum five years of professional working experience in conflict resolution, policy analysis, stakeholder engagement, community facilitation, government, and Civil Society Organization (CSO), and familiarity on One Map Initiative.
- Experience managing project in non-profit, government or private sector settings.
- Experience in conflict mediation is a plus.
- Based in West Papua Province.
- Demonstrate skills and knowledge to perform the assignment professionally.
- Experience working with stakeholder engagement or related position.
- Ability to work well in group/team as well as working individually.
- Willingness and ability to travel to remote areas.
- Fluent in Bahasa Indonesia and English.
Preferred Qualifications (West Papua):
- Understanding of gender, land use, environmental issue, conflict resolution, and land governance issues in West Papua Province and its priority districts.
- Experienced in forum/working groups facilitation for stakeholders in province and district levels.
- Excellent in communication process to various stakeholders.
How to Apply
Final candidates will be required to produce two writing samples
Salary: Salary is commensurate with experience and skills. WRI offers a generous, comprehensive benefits package.
Qualified applicants should apply online through WRI career portal in order to be formally considered.
Application close: 1700 (Jakarta Time), 22 March 2019. We will close the advert earlier when best candidates are identified at earlier dates.
This is a locally engaged position; Indonesian nationals are encouraged to apply.
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