Technical Engineering Consultant at ENABEL December, 2018
Water and Sanitation Kigoma Region Project
ENABEL is the Belgian Development Agency of the Belgian government. Belgium supports developing countries in their fight against poverty. Enabel is managing more than 200 programs in 14 countries in Africa, Middle East and Asia. With a turnover of 220 million euro, Enabel is employing 1550 staff worldwide.
The Water and Sanitation Kigoma Region Project (WASKIRP) is a 5-year project which started in October 2017. It aims at providing sustainable access to safe drinking water in rural areas in Kigoma Region.The project is establishing Community Owned Water Supply Organizations (COWSO), constructing new water supply systems and rehabilitating existing schemes in six Districts in the Kigoma region besides facilitating improved domestic water management in the beneficiary communities.
The project now seeks to engage the services of the following:
Technical Engineering Consultant
Reporting to WASKiRP Project Manager, the technical consultant will build the capacity of the Local Government personnel in the Water Department to manage service contracts while providing support to the Project Management Team in ensuring quality assurance of the contracted works. He/she will work closely with the National Technical Assistant (NTA)-Technical to review contract documents prepared by consultants for water scheme tenders and liaise with the District focal persons / Districts water engineers in management of works contracts. He/she will participate in works verifications/site meetings on behalf of the Project Manager as and when necessary.
Enabel-Belgian Development agency P.O.Box 24 Kigoma Region secretariat office Attention: Mrs Vivian KITUNDU Or e-mail (max 2 MB) to firstname.lastname@example.org Letters and emails should clearly indicate the position you are applying for on the envelope or for emails in the Subject line. Late applications will not be considered. Only short listed applicants will be notified.
Closing date for applications is Friday 14 January 2019 at 16.00 Hrs.