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ADB operations in Indonesia support inclusive development by focusing on the people’s well-being, economic competitiveness, the environment, and help build resilience to climate and disaster risks.

Indonesia: Opportunities

Procurement Plans

For ADB-financed projects, ADB's Procurement Guidelines and Guidelines for the Use of Consultants require borrowers to prepare and publish Procurement Plans once the financing of a project has been approved. The Procurement Plan captures all major goods, works and consulting services procurement that is either ongoing or expected to take place in the following 18 months.

Tenders

The latest procurement and consulting notices, as well as contracts awarded, can be found in the Projects & Tenders section.

International Staff Vacancies (Headquarters and Country Offices)

ADB recruits its International Staff from its member countries. ADB offers a competitive salary and benefits applicable to internationally recruited staff. Women are encouraged to apply.

National and Administrative Staff Vacancies

ADB recruits its National and Administrative Staff from interested applicants residing in the duty station country. ADB offers a competitive salary and benefits applicable to locally recruited staff.

Scholarship Program

The Asian Development Bank/Japan Scholarship Program offers about 150 postgraduate scholarships a year for studies in economics, management, science and technology, and other development-related fields at participating academic institutions.

The general public is advised to be aware of recruitment scams using the name of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). Read more.

Latest on Indonesia

COVID-19 Pushed 4.7 Million More People in Southeast Asia Into Extreme Poverty in 2021, But Countries are Well Positioned to Bounce Back — ADB

16 Mar 2022 | News Release

COVID-19 Pushed 4.7 Million More People in Southeast Asia Into Extreme Poverty in 2021, But Countries are Well Positioned to Bounce Back — ADB

The COVID-19 pandemic pushed 4.7 million people in Southeast Asia into extreme poverty in 2021, as 9.3 million jobs disappeared, compared with a baseline no-COVID scenario, according to a new ADB report presented at SEADS.

ADB, Indonesia, the Philippines Launch Partnership to Set Up Energy Transition Mechanism

03 Nov 2021 | News Release

ADB, Indonesia, the Philippines Launch Partnership to Set Up Energy Transition Mechanism

ADB President Masatsugu Asakawa, Indonesian Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati, and Philippine Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez announced at COP26 the launch of a new partnership to establish an Energy Transition Mechanism. 

$500 Million ADB Loan to Support Indonesia’s Structural Reforms to Improve Business Environment

29 Oct 2021 | News Release

$500 Million ADB Loan to Support Indonesia’s Structural Reforms to Improve Business Environment

The Asian Development Bank has approved a $500 million policy-based loan to support the Indonesian government’s efforts to foster a more competitive and investment-friendly business environment and accelerate the country’s...

Southeast Asia Green Recovery Can Create More Than 30 Million Jobs by 2030 — ADB

06 Jul 2022 | News Release

Southeast Asia Green Recovery Can Create More Than 30 Million Jobs by 2030 — ADB

A green recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic in Southeast Asia has the potential to create $172 billion in investment opportunities annually and generate more than 30 million jobs by 2030, according to a new ADB report.