Policy Advisor for German-Indonesian G7 / G20 Dialogues (m/f/d)
Policy Advisor for German-Indonesian G7/G20 Dialogues
- location: Bonn or Berlin
- ideally February 15th 2022
- for 12 months
Germanwatch is a development and environment organization that
actively engages in international political and economic
discussions. The situation of marginalized people forms the
starting point for our engagement for sustainable development. We
collaborate strongly with our partners in the Global South to
achieve an outcome that supports the poorest and most vulnerable.
Frequent dialogue is the basis for that collaboration. The G7
presidency will be the first international touchstone of the new
German government’s diplomatic skills. To maximize its impact
however, it will depend on in how far the G20 will also take up
elements advanced under the G7 agenda. Therefore, the
German-Indonesian exchange and coordination will be instrumental
to ensure the best possible result.
Germanwatch has closely followed the G7 and G20 processes since
Germany’s Presidency in 2007. In 2022, Germanwatch with its
Indonesian and international partners will coordinate dialogues
between civil society actors but also governmental officials to
support an ambitious outcome. We will focus on topics as diverse
as sustainable finance, climate and loss and damage finance, the
global financial architecture, energy transition, climate club,
and climate partnerships.
Your tasks will include contributions to:
- Coordinate civil society dialogues on a diverse set of topics
with participants from German and Indonesian civil society,
international NGO networks, F20 and other relevant actors as well
as the G7 and G20 presidencies and member countries.
- Organize informal exchanges between civil society and
- Coordinate closely internally, ensuring a robust information
flow within the international climate policy team but also with
other Germanwatch teams, most notably the German and European
climate policy team.
- Support developing coherent and ambitious G7 and G20
positions and strategies on different topics.
- Engage with decision makers from different relevant
ministries across various hierarchy levels.
- Develop input material for dialogues and informal exchanges
(short presentations, thematic input briefs)
- Support preparation of communication materials (including
press briefings, blog posts, social media).
- Manage project independently coordinating a diverse set of
international NGO partners, but closely cooperate and coordinate
with our other team members and our Head of Policy Berlin.
To complement our International Climate Policy Team, we are
looking for a
Professional with the following profile:
- Work experience in climate-relevant negotiations with a
proven record of working in a fast-paced political environment.
- Strong understanding of functioning of G7/G20; past
experience in G7/G20 processes is considered a strong asset
- Experience of coordinating work among colleagues and partners
across multiple thematic areas and a proven record of quickly
absorbing information within these thematic areas.
- Experience within the areas of climate change mitigation,
sustainable and climate finance and the global financial
architecture is considered an asset.
- Record of working with a diverse set of actors across
different hierarchy levels.
- Proven intercultural competence and experience in working
with developing countries, international institutions, and
- High motivation to work in an NGO environment.
- Fluency in English (C1 level) and strong German skills (at
least B2 level) are required. Knowledge in Bahasa Indonesia is an
The post will be based in either Bonn or Berlin, Germany, and
will require national and international travel. Due to the
current pandemic, the home office might initially be the
prevailing workspace. If necessary, Germanwatch will support
securing visa and work permit. The position comes with German
benefits scheme, including health insurance. We offer high
flexibility with regard to working hours and workplace and
provide technical support as needed.
(including the below mentioned applicant’s form) should be sent
no later than 30 January 2022
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further information on the application process.
Interviews are expected to take place via video on the following
- First round of interviews: 4 February 2022
- Second round of interviews (with a selection of applicants
from round 1): 11 February 2022
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