Sustainable Land Management Meghalaya/ India

Client: 
KfW
Position: 
National Environment/Social Safeguards and Audit Expert
Region: 
southern Asia
Country: 
India
Languages: 
English
Nationality: 
Indian
Deadline: 
Monday, September 12, 2022
Description: 

The overall programme objective reads as follows: Public and private interventions to improve the sustainable management of natural resources, minimise the risks of climate change and increase productivity, income, and employment in rural areas.

In Phase I, the Implementation Management Consultant (IMC) will provide the overall support in project management according to KfW procedures (activity planning, procurements, annual budgets, financial management/disbursements, and review of results; assist in preparation and review of ToRs for various studies). In addition, other responsibilities include operational support, monitoring and evaluation support development, Environment & Social support Framework.

In Phase II, the Implementation Management Consultant (IMC) will provide the overall support in project management according to KfW procedures in the Program Implementation Phase. In addition, the responsibilities of IMC include operational support, marketing support, Monitoring and Evaluation support among others, as and when required. 

Qualifications: 
  • University degree (Master’s degree) in engineering, biology, or related subjects
  • Computer skills (MS Office software)
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Fluent in English

General professional experience:

  • 15 years working experience

Specific professional experience:

  • Experience with environmental and social assessments and the development and application of respective safeguard instruments (ESMP, SEP, LRP) in line with World Bank Environmental and Social Standards (ESS) of IFC Performance Standards (PS) as well as relevant EHS-Guidelines of World Bank Group
  • Experience with developing Environmental and Social Management Frameworks (World Bank standards)
  • Working experience in developing countries
  • Experience with international cooperation projects (work done to be attached)
Start / Duration: 

The planned project duration is 78 months. Thereof, 18 months for Phase I and 60 months for Phase II. The start date is expected from November or December 2022 onwards 

Contact: 

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