|Job title||VAC-9177 Civil Engineer|
|Number of vacancies||1|
|Qualification||Bachelor’s in Degree in Civil Engineering (or similar discipline) (essential).|
|Sector experience||Minimum of 4 years year/s of demonstrable relevant Civil Engineering experience (essential).|
|Geographical experience||Minimum of 4 years year/s of experience in Somalia (essential).|
|Languages||Fluent in English (essential).
Fluent in Somali (essential).
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|Overview of position||Somalia Urban Resilience Project – phase 2 (SURP-II) is a municipal governance and infrastructure development project financed by the World Bank and its partners, aimed at improving access to urban infrastructure and strengthening municipal governance in Somalia. UNOPS provides technical assistance to the SURP-II works implementation at 4 Municipalities; Baidoa, Garowe, Kismayo, and Mogadishu. The works involve construction of urban roads, drainage works, office buildings, rehabilitation and maintenance of the selected urban infrastructure, and installation of streetlights. The work implementation is managed by the Project Implementation Unit (PIU) of the respective Municipality using private sector Contractors. UNOPS technical assistance includes the Contracts management and construction supervision support to the PIU to ensure the works are implemented in accordance with the technical design, specifications, and engineering standards as specified in the civil works contract documents, and also in compliance with environmental and social safeguards standards. Working alongside the PIU, UNOPS also strengthens PIU staff capacity through ‘on-the-job’ training.|
|Role objectives||The Assistant Engineer embedded within the PIU team and reporting to the Supervising Engineer will provide construction supervision support to the PIU to ensure the works are implemented in accordance with technical specifications and contract provisions. The specific roles and responsibilities include: