Energy Program Indonesia/ASEAN plays a prominent role in enabling local actors to adopt renewable energy solutions for the people’s benefit through 4 (four) joint-implemented projects, namely Energising Development (EnDev), Promotion of Least Cost Renewables in Indonesia (LCORE), Development of a NAMA for Energy-Efficient Cooling System and Cold Supply in Indonesian Industry and Commerce (Green Chillers), and ASEAN Renewable Energy Support Programme (ASEAN-RESP). Moreover, the joint-implemented projects are also aiming at supporting Government of Indonesia in enabling conditions towards their RE target in Indonesia.
Fulfilling RE target in Indonesia can be achieved by providing a well-managed RE database information system. One of GIZ Energy Program-implemented projects, ENDEV, has established consolidated RE Map to visualise their project locations in Indonesia. As results, RE Map has supported EnDev to identify and monitor system performance on conducting inspections and technical recommendations on over 500 small power and solar power mini grids.
Besides enabling the monitoring system performance, RE database information system is also useful to support RE system planning and grid integration. Thus, further database collection should be addressed on three parameters, such as: an actual renewable energy source per regions, existing power system both on-grid and off-grid applications, and electricity demand. Those parameters should be integrated with the PLN electricity business plan (RUPTL), which leads to a fundamental of RE deployment strategies in Indonesia.
The GIZ Indonesia is seeking one qualified Indonesian candidate for the following position:
Intern for IT Database
The GIZ has been monitoring and maintaining over 500 sites information, from data entry onto data visualisation with consolidated map. As an example of monitoring system routines, EnDev ID provides counsel system through SMS that serves communities who are managing their renewable energy power plant. EnDev ID operation is armed with database with over 200,000 data records and SMS Gateway system to support better advice and decision making for the GIZ and our stakeholders. Simultaneous data and information should be maintained better, anticipating more data and information to be managed in the system.
The incumbent provides assistance in database management, and supporting advisor in designing knowledge management especially from information technology aspect within GIZ Energy Programme. S/he contributes towards technical assessments, design and maintain system, and final presentation about their findings during the internship programme.
The intern will be tasked with performing – through a combination of desktop studies and some field work- an investigation of the reasons behind the perceived problems. With the support of GIZ Energy Programme, the intern shall:
1. Compiling and analyse data from various sources
2. Input data to new database system
A. Required qualifications, competences and experience
· At least undergraduate student majoring in Computer Science/Network Engineering. Fresh Graduates are most welcome to apply;
· Students from other majors may apply if versed in database management or web design.
· Good analytical and math skills;
· Good command of MS-Office (especially Microsoft Excel) and Database Management System;
· Excellent in Bahasa Indonesia; Proficient in English both oral and written;
· Good communication and administrative skills;
· Good working knowledge of modern telecommunication systems (telephone, fax, e-mail, internet and local integrated system);
Duty Station: Jakarta
Working Hours: 5 working days per week, 8 working hours per day
Expected Joining Date: November 2016 – May 2017
Interested candidates shall submit comprehensive resume and a motivation letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org before 23 October 2016.
Please put: IT Database Intern as your email subject.
Please name your file as follow format:
[Your Complete Name]_[Motivation Letter/CV/Latest Education Certificate]