Position: Policy Coordinator (Oxfam)__Deadline:11Aug

DEPARTMENT PURPOSE: The Oxfam in Asia regional platform contributes to and implements Oxfam’s Global Objectives and Strategy and leads the implementation of Oxfam in Asia Strategic Framework, by providing vision and strategic direction to all of Oxfam’s work in Asia. This includes Oxfam’s humanitarian responses and the localisation of humanitarian leadership, long term development programming and influencing work. Responsible and accountable for the strategic direction and effective management of the programming in Asia, effective management of financial and human resources in line with Oxfam policy and provide high-level support and representation for advocacy, fundraising and any other representational purposes in support Oxfam’s work and interest while ensuring gender justice and feminist principles are adopted.

TEAM PURPOSE: The Regional Programs Team provides strategic leadership and management to all regional work in Asia ensuring quality, coherence and added value for Oxfam in Asia.

Oxfam has been implementing the Influencing Just Energy Transition Program in Asia. Asia’s progress in renewable energy transition is considered key to determine global outcomes in the abatement of climate change. Renewable energy development is expected to rapidly upscale in coming years, with green investors demonstrating strong interest in Asia and ASEAN member states. The scale of the required transition is daunting, given the make-up of ASEAN’s current energy sources.

A just transition to clean energy has the potential to address both the climate crisis and energy poverty and inequality. However, this can only be achieved with a focus on justice. Without such a focus, the transition may worsen existing injustices and inequalities, leading to public resistance and delays in the transition, particularly in low-income countries and communities.

The Influencing Just Energy Transition in Asia project which was funded by the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP) Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has been implemented starting from 2022. The project logic encompasses the components of the three tenet Justice Energy Framework: 

  • Distributional justice: geography of who does not have access to reliable/affordable/sustainable energy – primarily off-grid communities in remote areas and are least likely to be prioritised in energy policy;
  • Procedural justice: who is not included in decision making on energy – this includes community users (as opposed to industry users), and in particular representatives of remote off-grid communities; and
  • Recognitional: social groups most impacted – including women, people living with disability, ethnic minorities and other energy-marginalised social groups.

The overall aim is to contribute to target national governments within ASEAN meeting emission targets in line with the Paris Agreement by phasing out fossil fuels in favour of scaling-up sustainable RE thereby ensuring access to sustainable energy for all.


  • Lead and coordinate the delivery of policy advocacy related to Just Energy Transition at national and regional levels.
  • Facilitate policy strategy development with partners and networks, and support partners to influence targeted regional and national actors on priority energy policy issues in accordance with program priorities.
  • Coordinate policy analysis, identify strategic research areas and produce policy briefs linking with Oxfam’s regional and global advocacy on JET.
  • Coordinate the development and implementation of I-JET influencing strategy including but not limited to stakeholder mapping and updates, defining influencing engagement structures with relevant regional actors and platforms.
  • Offer strategic advice to Oxfam in countries and regional partners to design and implement their respective JET influencing strategies that will contribute to the achievement of I-JET project objective, which is to influence Southeast Asian countries energy transition to strengthen human rights and community led renewable energy solutions.
  • Coordinate and mobilise coalitions and networks of CSOs to effectively engage and influence relevant actors such as regional bodies and platforms (ASEAN and others); financial institutions such as ADB and AIIB and policy makers and planners.
ROLE REPORTS TO: Extractive Industries and Energy Justice Program Manager

ROLES REPORTING TO THIS POST: None, recruitment and management of consultants required
BUDGET RESPONSIBILITY: Up to USD 100,000 per annum
COLLABERATION: Oxfam Offices and Affiliates, partner organisations, other regional programs.



  • Influencing Strategies: Lead and coordinate with Oxfam in countries and regional partners to design a cohesive JET influencing and communication strategies that are aligned with the I-JET program logics and MEAL framework.
  • Technical and advisory support: offer technical and advisory supports to Oxfam in countries and regional partners to plan and implement the JET influencing plan for impact within and beyond the scope of the I-JET influencing indicators.
  • Support in regular monitoring of major climate change and energy transition trends in the Southeast Asia region including power analysis and provide updates and written briefings to advise both Oxfam and partner organizations. 
  • Monitor and communicate any significant progress as a result of influencing and engagement to inform relevant stakeholders and the public.
  • Lead and coordinate the development and dissemination of policy briefs aligned to regional and country contexts to wider audiences and stakeholders.
  • Lead planning and coordination with regional partners to co-convene and organize forums and dialogues to disseminate policies and approaches on fair and equitable energy transitions to target actors and audiences, including policymakers, civil society organizations, and private sector stakeholders.
  • Manage the research process, from conceptualization to dissemination, by coordinating with partners, consultants, and researchers, ensuring quality of research output, and overseeing the dissemination of research findings.
  • Monitoring and evaluating policy and regulatory developments related to energy and climate change in the project countries and provide regular updates to the project team including impact on transforming gender relations.
  • Identifying and advising management on emerging opportunities, risks and challenges for policy influencing (including identifying and advising on potential influencing work that will contribute to I-JET Project policy objectives).
  • Ensuring that regional and national policy influencing work is culturally and politically sensitive, informed by and linked to partner’s work with civil society and communities.
  • Liaise and communicate closely with the Oxfam International Regional Platform, advocacy, policy, campaigns and communication team to agree regional plans and ensure coordination of Oxfam International affiliates.
  • Work and collaborate effectively with other key policy, advocacy, campaigns and research staff in the Asia region and globally.


  • Advise, initiate and contribute to the development and periodic review of Oxfam policies.
  • Advise internal key stakeholders on policy and political aspects in sectoral disciplines related to the I-JET Project.


  • Provide strategic leadership in area of expertise especially regarding policy and political analysis.
  • Coordinate delegated accountabilities for project risks and report regularly.
  • Contribute to the implementation and compliance of Oxfam administrative, health, safety and security policies and frameworks.
  • Accountable to the Project Manager; and works closely with staff within the program.


  • Represent the project’s advocacy and policy priorities and positions to decision makers, policy makers, development practitioners and opinion formers including staff of international financial institutions, government agencies and intergovernmental bodies.
  • Engage with relevant stakeholders, including policymakers, civil society organizations, and the private sector, to promote policy changes and implementation of the project's recommendations.
  • Participate in relevant external debates, networking and dissemination of learning and analysis amongst allied organisations and community groups in pursuit of agreed policy influencing strategies and priorities.
  • Build networks and collaborate with local and international organisations working in the same scope of work.


  • Spoken and written fluency in a Southeast Asian language.
  • Enjoys working in highly multicultural environments and demonstrate flexibility and appreciation for diversity.
  • Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively in team and closed network settings. 
  • Fast and eager learner, willing to expand her/his learning on relevant areas, and demonstrates openness to new processes and opportunities for co-creation.
  • Ability to demonstrate sensitivity to cultural differences and gender issues, as well as the commitment to equal opportunities.
  • Ability to demonstrate an openness and willingness to learn about the application of gender/gender mainstreaming, women’s rights, and diversity for all aspects of development work.
  • Commitment to Oxfam’s safeguarding policies to ensure all people who come into contact with Oxfam are as safe as possible. 

SAFER RECRUITMENT: Oxfam is committed to preventing any type of unwanted behaviour at work including sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse, lack of integrity and financial misconduct; and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. Oxfam expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment through our code of conduct. We place a high priority on ensuring that only those who share and demonstrate our values are recruited to work for us. Offers of employment will be subject to satisfactory references and appropriate screening checks, which can include criminal records and terrorism finance checks.

How to apply

This post is open for all applicants and women are encouraged to apply for this post. For those who are interested, please submit your motivation letter and CV to the following link


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