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Job DISTRICTS PROJECT FIELD SPECIALIST Organization MINISTRY IN CHARGE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
Level 3.II Reports To SPIU COORDINATOR
No. of Positions 6 Deadline 16/Sep/2019
Job Description
5. Job Title : District Project Field Specialist (1) Under contract for One year (renewable based upon positive performance assessment) Location: Karongi District Level: 3.II Duties and responsibilities Under the supervision of the Program Manager, the DPFS will perform the following key functions • Ensuring sufficient coordination between the MINEMA and the districts implementing SEIRHCP; • Ensuring effective coordination of SEIRHCP activities within the districts; • Ensuring regular communication of information to the MINEMA/SPIU concerning all aspects of project implementation; • Supervision of SEIRHCP
- hired consultants; • Prepare necessary report and submit them to the MINEMA Senior Management for transfer to World Bank (progress reports and audit reports); • Coordinating and supporting the Local Governments in the field; • Management of a designated SEIRHCP account at the district level; • Technical clearance of funds release to the Districts with the SEIRHCP budget under Access to basic services and socio
- economic Investments; • Participating in monthly SEIRHCP coordination meetings convened by the MINEMA/ SPIU; • Monitoring of the implementation of investment sub
- projects in the Districts; • Supporting to the Districts in the implementation of their sub
- projects, including technical and procedural support; • Ensuring that all agreed sub
- projects are being managed and implemented in accordance with time frames, budget and technical documents; • Ensuring that all agreed sub
- projects are being managed following the code of conduct; • Oversee and consolidate Districts procurement plans and implementation reports and ensure procurement is conducted in a fair, transparent and non
- discriminatory manner; • Review and technically approve funds requests before endorsing disbursement; • Ensure liquidity of designated account in accordance with Financial Agreement; • Management of consultancy contracts; • Regularly exchange information with the MINEMA/SPIU staff at headquarter to supports the Districts in engineering, inspection, financial management, procurement, social and environmental safeguards and support to local economic development and capacity building activities; • Consolidating quarterly progress reports of Districts and submit to the supervisor after verification on the ground; • Verify financial management of sub
- projects in the field, and review and clear bank reconciliation statements ; • Consolidate audit reports; • Reviewing social and environmental safeguards reports, monitoring their accurate implementation and follow up with the Districts on any dispute occurring and its settlement; • Carry out regular inspections of sub
- projects in the Districts; • Prepare a detailed M&E plan ; • Monitor the results framework of the SEIRHCP, which includes maintaining regularly updated data; • Participate in the evaluation of technical and financial proposals for project related activities, including detailed engineering designs for sub
- projects of component 1 Qualification Master’s in project management, development studies, statistics, economics with minimum 3 years of relevant work experience or Bachelor degree in project management, development studies, statistics, and economics with minimum 5 years of relevant experience. Being a civil engineer is an added advantage.
Job Profile
Duties and responsibilities Under the supervision of the Program Manager, the DPFS will perform the following key functions • Ensuring sufficient coordination between the MINEMA and the districts implementing SEIRHCP; • Ensuring effective coordination of SEIRHCP activities within the districts; • Ensuring regular communication of information to the MINEMA/SPIU concerning all aspects of project implementation; • Supervision of SEIRHCP
- hired consultants; • Prepare necessary report and submit them to the MINEMA Senior Management for transfer to World Bank (progress reports and audit reports); • Coordinating and supporting the Local Governments in the field; • Management of a designated SEIRHCP account at the district level; • Technical clearance of funds release to the Districts with the SEIRHCP budget under Access to basic services and socio
- economic Investments; • Participating in monthly SEIRHCP coordination meetings convened by the MINEMA/ SPIU; • Monitoring of the implementation of investment sub
- projects in the Districts; • Supporting to the Districts in the implementation of their sub
- projects, including technical and procedural support; • Ensuring that all agreed sub
- projects are being managed and implemented in accordance with time frames, budget and technical documents; • Ensuring that all agreed sub
- projects are being managed following the code of conduct; • Oversee and consolidate Districts procurement plans and implementation reports and ensure procurement is conducted in a fair, transparent and non
- discriminatory manner; • Review and technically approve funds requests before endorsing disbursement; • Ensure liquidity of designated account in accordance with Financial Agreement; • Management of consultancy contracts; • Regularly exchange information with the MINEMA/SPIU staff at headquarter to supports the Districts in engineering, inspection, financial management, procurement, social and environmental safeguards and support to local economic development and capacity building activities; • Consolidating quarterly progress reports of Districts and submit to the supervisor after verification on the ground; • Verify financial management of sub
- projects in the field, and review and clear bank reconciliation statements ; • Consolidate audit reports; • Reviewing social and environmental safeguards reports, monitoring their accurate implementation and follow up with the Districts on any dispute occurring and its settlement; • Carry out regular inspections of sub
- projects in the Districts; • Prepare a detailed M&E plan ; • Monitor the results framework of the SEIRHCP, which includes maintaining regularly updated data; • Participate in the evaluation of technical and financial proposals for project related activities, including detailed engineering designs for sub
- projects of component 1 Qualification Master’s in project management, development studies, statistics, economics with minimum 3 years of relevant work experience or Bachelor degree in project management, development studies, statistics, and economics with minimum 5 years of relevant experience. Being a civil engineer is an added advantage.