|Job title||VAC-9373 Resident Engineer|
|Number of vacancies||1|
|Qualification||Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering (essential).
Postgraduate qualifications in areas relevant to the position requirements (desirable).
|Sector experience||Minimum of 6 years of experience related to contract management and construction supervision of building construction works, as detailed in this ToR is required year/s of demonstrable relevant Construction experience (essential).|
|Geographical experience||Minimum of 3 year/s of experience in experience in working with the Government partners of post conflict context (desirable) (desirable).|
|Languages||Fluent in English (essential).|
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|Overview of position||In late 2019, parts of Somalia experienced some of the worst flooding in the country’s recent history resulting in several deaths and significant damage to infrastructure, crops, property, and livestock. Further to this flood event, a joint assessment was undertaken by the World Bank and the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) to assess the losses and damage caused by the floods and to develop a strategy for immediate recovery and longer-term resilience building.As a result, the Somalia Crisis Recovery Project (SCRP) was formulated and financed by the World Bank to the Federal Ministry of Finance (MOF). The project is aimed at supporting the recovery of livelihoods and infrastructure in flood and drought-affected areas and strengthening the capacity for disaster preparedness nationwide.
The SCRP is implemented by the Project Implementation Unit (PIU) established within the Federal Ministry of Finance. The project activities involve rehabilitation and re-construction of various flood damaged infrastructure including river embankments, irrigation canals, roads and health facilities etc. Our client is engaged in providing contract management and construction supervision support to the PIU in the implementation of road rehabilitation works and reconstruction of health facilities in flood affected districts of Hirshabelle, Jubaland and South West States.
|Role objectives||Project Manager will be responsible for leading contract management and construction supervision support to the PIU in the implementation of health facilities reconstruction activities ensuring that the works are implemented as per the design drawings and specifications and in compliance with the approved environmental and social safeguard standards. The specific roles and responsibilities are;
|Project reporting||The Resident Engineer based in Mogadishu with regular site visits and reporting to the UNOPS Project Manager will be responsible for leading contract management and construction supervision support to the PIU in the implementation of health facilities reconstruction activities ensuring that the works are implemented as per the design drawings and specifications and in compliance with the approved environmental and social safeguard standards.|
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