By prioritizing regenerative resources, preserving what is already made, using waste as a resource or new business models, the circular economy creates a variety of jobs across multiple sectors while at the same time, promoting sustainable development. UN Environment, Circle Economy and ICLEI have joined forces to support cities in monitoring the transition of their economy from linear to circular through local circular jobs. By connecting the use of natural resources of sectors to the amount of people they employ, monitoring circular jobs provides local insights into both the environmental and societal performance of sectors and offers opportunity to plan for further employment opportunities in circular economy projects. The intervention in Indonesia is part of a global piloting effort ongoing in Recife (Brazil), Lalitpur (Nepal), Brussels (Belgium), Rotterdam, and Amsterdam (the Netherlands). The long-term goal is to identify enabling factors that allow to create additional circular jobs in cities.