Hutan Harapan is an Ecosystem Restoration Concession granted by the Ministry of Forestry (now the Ministry of Environment and Forestry – MoEF) to PT Restorasi Ekosistem Indonesia (PT REKI) with an area of 98,555 Ha. As one of the Sumatran Lowland Forest ecosystems, Hutan Harapan has a high biodiversity which includes 1311 species of flora and 620 species of fauna. A total of 43 species of flora of which are endemic to Sumatra, 10 are protected species, and 46 species are on the IUCN red list because they are classified as vulnerable, endangered or critical. For example, four   key species in Hutan Harapan  that are on the IUCN red list are the Sumatran Elephant (critically endangered), Sumatran Tiger(critically endangered), Agile Gibbon (endangered), and Ivory Hornbill (critically endangered). Hutan Harapan is home to approximately 250 Batin Sembilan families and 300  Malay families.

Hutan Harapan’s vision is: “Restoring Indonesian Forests for Future Needs”. To achieve the vision, Harapan mission statement is: (1) to protect and restore productivity services and ecosystems of Indonesia’s natural forests; (2) sustainably manage forest resources in harmony with nature and community needs; and (3) collaborating with various /strategic partners by demonstrating innovative techniques and unique business. To support this vision and mission, Hutan Harapan has established four program pillars which are also the mandate of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, namely area stabilization, rehabilitation of the economic value of production forests, empowerment and socio-economic development of the community, and restoration of selected flora and fauna habitats. The activities are forest protection, community partnership, research, planning and monitoring, forest restoration and conservation, business development and corporate communication.

To implement the four pillars above, it is necessary to have a communication and public relations strategy to the parties (stakeholders) to support the achievement of the vision-mission and targets that have been determined. To achieve this goal, professional workers are needed/available for the position of Communication Officer with the following criteria:



  • Male/Female
  • Diploma/Bachelor’s degree in Multimedia, Communication, Visual Creative Design, Media/Advertising, or related field
  • Proficient in Photoshop, Corel Draw, Video Editing, After Effects, Digital Artwork Design, and other software
  • Understand branding strategies in social media
  • Able to write articles and feeds for websites, social media, and other publication media.
  • Have at least 2 years of experience as a digital content creator.
  • Good communication skills, creative and disciplined.
  • Willing to be placed in remote areas
  • Have a driver’s license (SIM C)

Work Placement:

Working time is 22 days in one month and 8 days off, and or arranged by the assistant manager. The work area is in Jambi, HH Base Camp, South Sumatra and all other PT REKI work areas as ordered by the relevant leader or supervisor.

Please send your application and CV to no later than February 15, 2023 mentioning your position.