The Procurement and Contract Management Specialist will be required to perform relevant procurement activities, supervise the international and national bidding process for goods, services and civil works; prepare and submit bid evaluation reports, negotiate contracts and make recommendations for award to the Government in keeping with the World Bank Procurement Guidelines.
The Procurement and Contract Management Specialist will assist the Government in all contracts and procurement related matters, and provide procurement and contract management services for the various components of the Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project (DVRP). He/she will assist the Project Coordinator with the preparation and negotiation of contracts for all project components and with consulting firms and consultants, suppliers of goods, and contractors.
The Specialist will develop effective contract administrative and monitoring procedures, and will train staff to apply them, and will be responsible for preparing all periodic reports on project procurement status.
The Procurement and Contract Management Specialist will report to the Project Coordinator and will be responsible for the procurement and contract management aspects of the Project, as well as with the general implementation aspects as needed. This will require, among others, working closely with the PCU Technical Specialists, other line ministries and agencies involved in the implementation and coordination of different project components, and the preparation of financial plans and budgets for the implementation of the components.
The deadline for receipt of applications is Tuesday, May 2, 2017.
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