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EC0760 Lift Consultant (Maintenance)

University Of Edinburgh | Published February 18, 2017
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EC0760 Lift Consultant (Maintenance).

Market Consultant for Chester Northgate

Cheshire West and Chester | Published February 17, 2017
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Market Consultant for Chester Northgate.

International Consultant - Evaluation Consultant

UNDP Country Office - JORDAN | Published February 20, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
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To apply, kindly read the procurement notice, attach the following documents and submit through the following email: ic.jo@undp.org1. CV with at least three references.2. Technical proposal (proposed methodology describing the actions to be taken for successfully completing the assignment), and3. Financial proposal. Documents must be received No later than 27 February 2017.Any request for clarification must be sent by electronic communication to saed.madi@undp.org. Mr. Madi will respond by electronic email and will send written copies of the response, including an explanation of the query without identifying the source of inquiry, to all applicants.The UNDP Support to the Electoral Cycle in Jordan project seeks to enhance the institutional and professional capacities of the Independent Election Commission (IEC) of Jordan. Primarily funded by the European Union (EU), the US$6m project was established in 2012 and consists of a multi-component programme of technical and material electoral assistance to the IEC in terms of parliamentary elections in 2013 and 2016 and towards institutional capacity building. The project ends in March 2017 and UNDP seeks the recruitment of an international evaluation consultant to conduct a final evaluation of the project “Support for the Electoral Cycle in Jordan”.The project activities fall within the following areas:Institutional development, through engagement on IEC strategic planning, inclusion of targeted groups, and capacity building.External relations, through support to media and communication tools, voter education, consultation, and engagement with observersVoter registration, through building independent data management capacitiesElection operations, through support to operational planning, training of polling staff, results management, and conduct of lessons learnedElection dispute resolutionPolitical parties’ engagementSpecialized advice on electoral reformsPrevious evaluations have taken place of project activities related to the 2013 parliamentary elections, and a Mid-Term Review was conducted in November 2015.Technical and financial proposals along with CV & 3 references should be submitted, and without such will not be considered). (Only Short Listed Candidates will be contacted)UNDP is an employer committed to gender equity and to providing equal opportunities to both males and females.

Helensburgh Waterfront Development Cost Consultant

Argyll and Bute Council | Published February 3, 2017
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Helensburgh Waterfront Development Cost Consultant.

NWCD Media Consultant

North West Cambridge Development | Published February 10, 2017  -  Deadline March 10, 2017
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The University is seeking a media consultant to secure positive widespread media coverage for the North West Cambridge Development (NWCD).  The development is a 150 hectare site which, in Phase 1, will include 700 University homes, 325 student bedspaces, community facilities and the associated infrastructure.

Specialist Consultant Pipeline Manager (AGOR IP) (EU)

Swansea University | Published February 4, 2017
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Specialist Consultant Pipeline Manager (AGOR IP) (EU)

Principal Consultant — Capital Projects 2017 - 2021

Blackpool and The Fylde College | Published February 23, 2017
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Principal Consultant — Capital Projects 2017 - 2021.

APPOINTMENT OF CONSULTANT

Cochin Shipyard Limited | Published February 15, 2017  -  Deadline March 3, 2017
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Tender details are available in Tenders page of www.cochinshipyard.com and www.cochinshipyard.co.in Contact Information: Person Name : Ms Divya M Pai, Assistant Manager(Finance), Cochin Shipyard Ltd, Cochin-15 Email Id : divya.mp@cochinshipyard.com Tel: 0484-2501537 work description: Appointment of consultant for making application for duty reward scrip under foreign Trade Policy and subsequent utilization/monetization of duty credit scrip

Watershed Management Specialist - International Consultant

DARDC Project, UNDP - TIMOR LESTE | Published February 22, 2017  -  Deadline March 2, 2017
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Watershed Management Specialist - International Consultant to develop Watershed Management Interventions Guidelines, SOPs and Manuals for DARDC Project, UNDP Timor-Leste.

INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT VIDEOGRAPHER

RBA -CHAD - CHAD | Published February 13, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
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Country: TchadDescription of the assignment: Recrutement of International consultant videographer Type of contrat: Individual ContractProject Name: Projet d'appui à la lutte anti paludique (PALAT)Period of assignment (if applicable): 12 daysFull Terms of Reference (TORs) can be downloaded from http://procurement-notices-admin.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=30297 or from the UNDP office in N'djamena / Chad.Interested consultants are invited to submit their technical (technical and financial) offers by e-mail as separate file via the address procurement.td@undp.org no later than 27 February 2017 at 10h00, N'Djamena time with the reference of procurement notice.Any request for clarification should be sent in writing or by e-mail to the following address: registry.td@undp.org. The competent unit shall reply in writing or by e-mail and shall send all the tenderers copies of the written replies with all necessary clarifications without mentioning the author of the question.

LTDLC Prime Consultant

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published January 3, 2017  -  Deadline September 2, 2017
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Trade Agreement: WTO-AGP/NAFTA/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   THIS PROCUREMENT CONTAINS A SECURITY REQUIREMENT  Public Works and Government Services Canada (is also known as Public Services and Procurement Canada)   REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL  Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) intends to retain an architectural firm in the capacity of Prime Consultant, supported by a multidisciplinary team of Sub-Consultants, in the design and implementation of the Exterior Envelope Rehabilitation Project. The Prime Consultant will review all of the related documentation; recommend further examination as required; prepare the design and construction tender documents, respond to tender call questions and construction contract administration for this Project. Construction shall be tendered and implemented by a Construction Manager (CM).  The delivery of the Consultant services is anticipated to be a continuous process leading to the preparation of design development documents. During the preparation of the design development documents, the project shall receive authority from Treasury Board to proceed to construction tender documents and tender call.   Les Terrasses de la Chaudière (LTDLC) was built by the Campeau Corporation in 1978. The complex was designed by Arcop Associates and is composed of four office towers located in downtown Gatineau, between 1 Promenade du Portage, 15/25 rue Eddy, 10 rue Wellington and Montcalm streets. The purpose of this project is to rehabilitate the exterior wall assembly, replace roofs, and upgrade the penthouse. As well, Swing Space is to be provided and Landscape is to be rehabilitated and upgraded. The hotel (Crowne Plaza) and underground parking are located on the West side of the campus but are not included in the scope of work apart from the pedestrian link between the hotel and Block 300 (1 Promenade du Portage).   In order to accelerate the project schedule, a separate consultant team was engaged to prepare an envelope rehabilitation development study to prepare and to obtain approval of a design concept by the National Capital Commission, assess the seismic capacity, undertake a test panel removal and develop a preliminary implementation strategy.  The project scope of work includes: abatement and selective demolition, structural and building envelope upgrades, mechanical, electrical, acoustical and landscape work.  The Class "D" construction cost estimate is $175,000,000.00 (taxes and construction management fees excluded)  The Proponent shall be authorized to provide architectural services and must include an architect licensed or eligible to be licensed, certified or otherwise authorized to provide the necessary professional services to the full extent that may be required by provincial or territorial law in the province of Quebec.  Proponentsresponding to this RFP are requested to submit a proposal in two phases.  Phase One proposals cover only the qualifications, experience and organization of the proposed Consultant Team.  Following evaluation and rating of these proposals, proponents are advised of their competitive standing and have the opportunity to decide whether or not to continue their participation by submitting a Phase Two proposal.  Phase Two proposals cover the detailed approach to the work, and the pricing and terms offered. A combination of the Phase One and Phase Two submissions constitutes the final proposal. Consulting firms that consider themselves qualified to provide these services may order the RFP document from Buyandsell.gc.ca, the Governmentof Canada ElectronicTendering Services. Late submissions will not be considered.  SECURITY REQUIREMENT At the date of bid closing, the following conditions must be met:   (a) the Proponent must hold a valid organization security clearance as indicated in SupplementaryConditions SC1;  (b) the Proponent's proposed individuals requiring access to classified or protected information, assets or sensitive work site(s) must meet the security requirement as indicated in Supplementary Conditions SC1;  (c) the Proponent must provide the name of all individuals who will require access to classified or protected information, assets or sensitive work sites.;   The Firm, RFPSolutions will be the Fairness Monitor (FM) for this RFP process.  Duration: Estmated six (6) years, see herein   CONTRACTING AUTHORITY The Contracting Authority for this Request for Proposal is:  Robinah Matende Public Works and Government Services Canada Real Property Contracting Directorate Place du Portage Phase III 3C2 Gatineau, Quebec K1A 0S5 robinah.matende@tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca    Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

National Consultant on Thermal Calculations

UNDP Country Office - TURKMENISTAN | Published February 16, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
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The UNDP Turkmenistan Country Office is seeking proposals from individuals for provision of the Individual Consultancy services described in the abovementioned subject.All interested candidates may submit their proposals, P11, CV and Offeror's Letter to UNDP on or before close of business (18:00) on February 27, 2017 and via: e-mail, facsimile or in a sealed envelopes marked \"National Consultant on Thermal Calculations\" to the following address: UNDP Turkmenistan Registry, Galkynysh 40, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. Telephone: +99312 269255; Fax: + 99312 269117 E-Mail: registry.tm@undp.org.To assist you in understanding the requirements of this assignment, we have attached hereto Terms of Reference and other supporting documents.

Business Continuity Consultant

National Energy Board | Published December 12, 2016  -  Deadline October 1, 2017
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Task and Solutions Professional Services (TSPS) 84084-16-0250

The National Energy Board (NEB) is seeking to establish a contract to provide professional business continuity services of 2 resources as defined in the Business Consulting / Change Management Stream 2 of the TSPS Supply Arrangement E60ZN-15TSPS on an “as and when requested” basis in Calgary and at its regional offices located in Vancouver, Montreal and Yellowknife.

2.2 Business Continuity Consultant - Senior - 2 Resources

This requirement is only open to those Supply Arrangement Holders under E60ZN-15TSPS who qualified under “Tier 1”.

This requirement is for work in Security and Continuity Services and includes activities related to: business continuity management or related operational activities in a government environment, as defined in the Statement of Work and in the specific requirements of each Task Authorization.

The estimated level of work is 60 days during the initial two year contract period, and 30 days during each of the two - one year option periods.

The following SA Holders have been invited to submit a proposal.

Accenture Inc.
ADGA Group Consultants Inc.
ADRM Technology Consulting Group Corp, operating as ADRMTEC
ARTEMP PERSONNEL SERVICES INC
Deloitte Inc.
Eagle Professional Resources Inc.
Ernst & Young LLP
Fujitsu Consulting (CANADA) Inc./Fujitsu Conseil (Canada) Inc.
KPMG LLP
Lansdowne Technologies Inc.
Maplesoft Consulting Inc
Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP
Samson & Associés CPA/Consultation Inc
S.i. Systems Ltd.
Stratos Inc

Nutrition Consultant Roster

World Health Organization | Published February 1, 2017
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Background

        The mandate of the Nutrition Programme of the WHO Western Pacific Region is “to assist Member States in preventing and controlling the double burden of malnutrition, including wasting, stunting, low birth weight, micronutrient deficiencies as well as overweight and obesity and diet-related NCDs, by placing emphasis on a life course approach, recognizing the critical importance of optimal infant and young child feeing the first 1000 days of life.”

        Advocacy materials, including printed materials and videos are currently being prepared in addition to training materials on the double burden of malnutrition.

        The work of the Nutrition Programme is guided by the Action Plan to Reduce the Double Burden of Malnutrition in the Western Pacific Region (2015-2020), which brings together nutrition-related actions from global and regional guidance documents to address diet-related diseases and reduce nutritional risk factors.

        The midterm progress review of the Action Plan will be held in May 2017 in Manila, Philippines.

Purpose/Specific Objective of the Activity

        The main objective is to support the work of the Nutrition programme in the Region, to prepare for the midterm review of the Action Plan to Reduce the Double Burden of Malnutrition and to develop tools for programme implementation.

Description of activities to be carried out

Under the supervision of the Technical Lead/NUT, the contractual partner will perform the following functions:

  1. to conduct validation of the country responses for the 2nd Global Nutrition Policy Review (GNPR2);
  2. to prepare a regional summary report of the outcomes of GNPR2 in preparation for the regional consultation on the midterm review of the Action Plan to Reduce the Double Burden of Malnutrition in the Western Pacific Region (2015-2020) scheduled to take place in May 2017; and
  3. to support the development of tools to build capacity and raise awareness for countries to accelerate implementation of the Action Plan to Reduce the Double Burden of Malnutrition, including:
    * to conduct of a review of available e-learning and training tools, and support finalization of a proposed online course on the double burden of malnutrition; and
    * to develop advocacy materials, in specific an advocacy video on restricting the sale and marketing of sugar-sweetened beverages.

Method(s) to carry out the activity

Literature review, report writing and script writing for advocacy video

Description of the tasks/process involved in carrying out the activity

       Using standard WPRO facilities, the consultant will liaise closely with Technical Lead/NUT, regional and country office colleagues through emails, Skype and/or Telephone in performing the terms of reference, and visit countries, as necessary.

Education

  • Essential:           University degree in a health-related field such as public health or social sciences/social policy
  • Desired:             University degree focusing on food policy and nutrition

Experience

  • Following evaluation of WHO personal history form or CV,  the successful candidates would be placed in one of the following bands:
    • Band A (entry-level)

Skills

  • Knowledge of concepts and strategies related to public health nutrition
  • Ability to visualize recommendations and data for advocacy purposes
  • Ability to synthesize knowledge and effectively express ideas in writing
  • Ability to coordinate with external partners, as well as work harmoniously as a member of a team, adapt to diverse education and cultural background and maintain a high standard of personal conduct
  • Computer literacy (Word, Excel, power point etc.)

Languages

  • Written and spoken fluency in English is essential

Additional information

The contract may be renewed after the initial period based on performance and funding situation. The salaries are based on the WHO consultant rates.

Competencies
       1.    Communicating in a credible and effective way
       2.    Producing results
       3.    Ensuring the effective use of resources
       4.    Building and promoting partnerships across the organization and beyond
       5.    Moving forward in a changing environment

Interested should submit the following documents to the Supply Officer (WPRO) at wprosao@who.int by 15 February 2017. Please use Tender Notice No. 53620 as subject to all submissions. Contract duration is 6 March to 2 June 2017.

  • Expression of interest (cover letter) that includes proposed consultancy fee (per day) and availability
  • WHO personal history form or CV

Please note that the application may be closed before the indicated closing date if a sufficient number of applications are received. Only the successful candidates will be contacted

Contracting

  • When a request for services arises, the WHO WPRO manager shall contact the individuals included in the specific area of expertise with ToR, location and dates of the assignment seeking confirmation of availability, as well as other costs such as living allowance, travel cost, etc.
  • Travel: For each assignment WHO shall reimburse cost of travel from the place of domicile of the individual to the place of assignment (most direct economy fare).

 

Two Knowledge Management Consultant

Department of National Defence | Published February 10, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
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Task Based Professional Services (TSPS) Requirement

This requirement is for the Department of National Defence (DND).

This requirement is open only to those Supply Arrangement Holders under E60ZN-15TSPS who qualified under Tier 1 for the following category: 2:10 Knowledge Management Consultant – Intermediate and Senior

The following SA Holders have been invited to submit a proposal.

1. Contract Community

2. Deloitte Inc.

3. Ernst & Young LLP

4. Foursight Consulting Group Inc.

5. Halo Management Consulting Group Inc.

6. Hitachi Consulting Government Solutions, Inc.

7. IBM Canada Ltd.

8. KPMG LLP

9. Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP

10. Randstad Interim Incorporated

11. Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Consulting Inc.

12. Strategic Relationships Solutions Inc.

13. TAG HR The Associates Group Inc.

14. TPG Technology Consulting Ltd.

15. Zernam Enterprise Inc

Description of the Requirement:
DND has a requirement for Task Based Professional Services, specifically one (1) Senior Knowledge Management Consultant (Level 3) and one (1) Intermediate Knowledge Management Consultant (Level 2) to provide a Knowledge Management Framework for the Material Group.
Level of Security Requirement:
Insert Level: Reliability Status
Applicable Trade Agreements:
World Trade Organization Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP)
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement (CCFTA)
Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT)
Canada-Peru Free Trade Agreement (CPFTA)
Canada-Columbia Free Trade Agreement (CColFTA)
Canada-Panama Free Trade Agreement (CPanFTA)
Canada-Honduras Free Trade Agreement (CHFTA)
Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement (CKFTA)
Associated Documents:

Request for Proposal (RFP) documents will be e-mailed directly, from the Contracting Authority, to the Qualified Supply Arrangement Holders who are being invited to bid on this requirement. BIDDERS ARE ADVISED THAT RFP DOCUMENTS ARE NOT AVAILABLE ON THE GOVERNMENT ELECTRONIC TENDERING SYSTEM (https://buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders).

Proposed Period of Contract:
The proposed period of contract shall be from 27 March 2017 to 26 March 2018.
Estimated Level of Effort:

The estimated level of effort of the contract will be for 230 (days)

File Number: W6369-17-X018

Contracting Authority: Kristopher Kennedy

E-Mail: Kristopher.Kennedy@forces.gc.ca

National Consultant on Protected Areas

UNDP Country Office - PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Published February 22, 2017  -  Deadline March 13, 2017
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Background The Government of Papua New Guinea - represented by the Conservation and Environmental Protection Agency (CEPA) - and the UNDP Papua New Guinea Country Office (CO) have developed a project concept for a Full-Sized Project (FSP) which seeks to support the development of more sustainable, long term revenue streams to fund the establishment and management of the system of protected areas in Papua New Guinea (PNG).This FSP, titled ‘Sustainable financing of Papua New Guinea’s protected area network’, forms part of a modular approach to strengthening biodiversity conservation in PNG. This modular approach comprises three discrete but complementary GEF-funded projects, two of which are already under implementation. The first is the GEF-4 project, Community-based Forest and Coastal Conservation and Resource Management in Papua New Guinea project (2012-2018) which aims to develop and demonstrate community-based resource management and conservation models for communal landowners located in the Owen Stanley Range and New Britain island. The second is the GEF-5 project, Strengthening the Management Effectiveness of the National System of Protected Areas in Papua New Guinea (2015-2019) which is focused on supporting the establishment of the CEPA; facilitating the implementation of the PAP; and improving the planning and management of two demonstration conservation areas - YUS and Torricelli. It is expected that lessons and knowledge generated from the existing two projects will be integrated into the design of the new project so as to ensure complementarity and knowledge exchange between the three projects during implementation. The Project Identification Form (PIF) for the FSP has been endorsed by the GEF Secretariat, and a Project Preparation Grant (PPG) approved. This PPG will support all the preparatory work required to draft and finalize all the documentation required by the GEF for CEO Endorsement. The preparatory work to be undertaken during the PPG phase will include: the collection and collation of key information; technical reviews and feasibility assessments; establishing the baseline and GEF incremental benefits for the project; the detailed design and costing of project outputs and activities; identifying the optimal management arrangements for the implementation of the project and project activities; clarifying stakeholder inputs and roles and responsibilities; and defining project performance indicators and targets. The PPG phase will be underpinned by a participatory approach, with regular consultation and working meetings with all key PPG stakeholders throughout the PPG phase. Specific attention will be given to gender issues by undertaking a gender analysis to ensure optimal involvement of women in, and beneficiation from project interventions.The project PIF can be accessed at: https://www.thegef.org/project/sustainable-financing-papua-new-guinea%E2%80%99s-protected-area-network Objectives: The objective of this assignment is to support and provide inputs to the preparatory work to prepare the final project documentation for submission to the GEF Secretariat. The National Consultant on Protected Areas will be responsible to support the International Team Leader in preparing the full package of project documentation for submission, comprised of: (i) UNDP Project Document (UNDP PRODOC) and its associated annexures including support in solicitation of the co-financing letters; and (ii) GEF CEO Endorsement Request (GEF CEO ER) and its associated annexures.The drafting of the full project documentation will be conducted in close collaboration with Conservation and Environment Protection Authority (CEPA) of PNG and the relevant stakeholders to ensure collective agreement on the project results framework, multi-year work plan (and budget) and implementation arrangements (including the roles, responsibilities and accountability of the project partners and associated co-financing commitments).Duties and Responsibilities The National Consultant on Protected Areas will be responsible for timely collection and analyses of all the data on protected areas, protected areas management and financing, and will ensure scheduling and coordination of all meetings with relevant stakeholders for missions of Team Leader and international consultants. Inter alia, the National Consultant on Protected Areas will carry out the following tasks: Support the Project Preparation Team Leader with the following technical inputs: Provide the information on the enabling legal, regulatory and policy framework for biodiversity conservation and protected areas;Provide the technical inputs and information on key project stakeholders, including description of their roles and responsibilities (specifically as it applies to protected areas);Provide data and information for profiling of the current system of protected areas (i.e. PA types, land tenure, governance, staffing, partnerships, state of management, state of biodiversity, threats and their root cause, etc.);Provide data on the current state of biodiversity (e.g. ecosystem processes, habitats, species, representativeness, resilience) in the protected area system;Provide technical inputs into description and costing of the ‘baseline scenario’ (or any ‘associated baseline projects’) for the protected area system covering the period of the project implementation (i.e. 5 years);Provide the information on the progress in, and challenges to: (i) implementing the new ‘PNG Protected Area Classification System’ during the 5-year transition period identified in the PAP; and (ii) the ‘Protected Areas Proposal database’ for expansion of existing, or establishment of new, protected areas;Support conducting stakeholder consultations to confirm and validate the selection of six protected areas identified in the PIF;Provide data and information on six target protected areas included into the project document, such as maps, type, extent, management capacity, state of planning and management, threats, opportunities, etc. - and their surrounding communities (maps, villages, population by age and gender, social structures, land use, socio-economic indicators, development needs, etc.);Provide detailed information and data on the roles and responsibilities of customary social structures, local and district government institutions and other partnering organisations in the planning and management of the six individual protected areas; Support Conservation Trust Fund Specialist with the following technical inputs: Information and data on financial management capabilities of CEPA (e.g., developing budgets; preparing financial policies and procedures; establishing financial controls; developing accounting systems; and facilitating financial reporting and auditing, etc.);Information and data on the current funding sources (income) for, and financial flows (expenditure) through the: (i) protected area system and (ii) six targeted protected areas. The National Consultant on Protected Areas is expected to deliver the following outputs:

National Consultant on Protected Areas

UNDP Country Office - PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Published February 21, 2017  -  Deadline March 3, 2017
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BackgroundThe Government of Papua New Guinea - represented by the Conservation and Environmental Protection Agency (CEPA) - and the UNDP Papua New Guinea Country Office (CO) have developed a project concept for a Full-Sized Project (FSP) which seeks to support the development of more sustainable, long term revenue streams to fund the establishment and management of the system of protected areas in Papua New Guinea (PNG).This FSP, titled ‘Sustainable financing of Papua New Guinea’s protected area network’, forms part of a modular approach to strengthening biodiversity conservation in PNG. This modular approach comprises three discrete but complementary GEF-funded projects, two of which are already under implementation. The first is the GEF-4 project, Community-based Forest and Coastal Conservation and Resource Management in Papua New Guinea project (2012-2018) which aims to develop and demonstrate community-based resource management and conservation models for communal landowners located in the Owen Stanley Range and New Britain island. The second is the GEF-5 project, Strengthening the Management Effectiveness of the National System of Protected Areas in Papua New Guinea (2015-2019) which is focused on supporting the establishment of the CEPA; facilitating the implementation of the PAP; and improving the planning and management of two demonstration conservation areas - YUS and Torricelli. It is expected that lessons and knowledge generated from the existing two projects will be integrated into the design of the new project so as to ensure complementarity and knowledge exchange between the three projects during implementation.The Project Identification Form (PIF) for the FSP has been endorsed by the GEF Secretariat, and a Project Preparation Grant (PPG) approved. This PPG will support all the preparatory work required to draft and finalize all the documentation required by the GEF for CEO Endorsement. The preparatory work to be undertaken during the PPG phase will include: the collection and collation of key information; technical reviews and feasibility assessments; establishing the baseline and GEF incremental benefits for the project; the detailed design and costing of project outputs and activities; identifying the optimal management arrangements for the implementation of the project and project activities; clarifying stakeholder inputs and roles and responsibilities; and defining project performance indicators and targets. The PPG phase will be underpinned by a participatory approach, with regular consultation and working meetings with all key PPG stakeholders throughout the PPG phase. Specific attention will be given to gender issues by undertaking a gender analysis to ensure optimal involvement of women in, and beneficiation from project interventions.The project PIF can be accessed at: https://www.thegef.org/project/sustainable-financing-papua-new-guinea%E2%80%99s-protected-area-networkObjectives:The objective of this assignment is to support and provide inputs to the preparatory work to prepare the final project documentation for submission to the GEF Secretariat. The National Consultant on Protected Areas will be responsible to support the International Team Leader in preparing the full package of project documentation for submission, comprised of: (i) UNDP Project Document (UNDP PRODOC) and its associated annexures including support in solicitation of the co-financing letters; and (ii) GEF CEO Endorsement Request (GEF CEO ER) and its associated annexures.The drafting of the full project documentation will be conducted in close collaboration with Conservation and Environment Protection Authority (CEPA) of PNG and the relevant stakeholders to ensure collective agreement on the project results framework, multi-year work plan (and budget) and implementation arrangements (including the roles, responsibilities and accountability of the project partners and associated co-financing commitments).Duties and ResponsibilitiesThe National Consultant on Protected Areas will be responsible for timely collection and analyses of all the data on protected areas, protected areas management and financing, and will ensure scheduling and coordination of all meetings with relevant stakeholders for missions of Team Leader and international consultants. Inter alia, the National Consultant on Protected Areas will carry out the following tasks:Support the Project Preparation Team Leader with the following technical inputs:Provide the information on the enabling legal, regulatory and policy framework for biodiversity conservation and protected areas;Provide the technical inputs and information on key project stakeholders, including description of their roles and responsibilities (specifically as it applies to protected areas);Provide data and information for profiling of the current system of protected areas (i.e. PA types, land tenure, governance, staffing, partnerships, state of management, state of biodiversity, threats and their root cause, etc.);Provide data on the current state of biodiversity (e.g. ecosystem processes, habitats, species, representativeness, resilience) in the protected area system;Provide technical inputs into description and costing of the ‘baseline scenario’ (or any ‘associated baseline projects’) for the protected area system covering the period of the project implementation (i.e. 5 years);Provide the information on the progress in, and challenges to: (i) implementing the new ‘PNG Protected Area Classification System’ during the 5-year transition period identified in the PAP; and (ii) the ‘Protected Areas Proposal database’ for expansion of existing, or establishment of new, protected areas;Support conducting stakeholder consultations to confirm and validate the selection of six protected areas identified in the PIF;Provide data and information on six target protected areas included into the project document, such as maps, type, extent, management capacity, state of planning and management, threats, opportunities, etc. - and their surrounding communities (maps, villages, population by age and gender, social structures, land use, socio-economic indicators, development needs, etc.);Provide detailed information and data on the roles and responsibilities of customary social structures, local and district government institutions and other partnering organisations in the planning and management of the six individual protected areas;Support Conservation Trust Fund Specialist with the following technical inputs:Information and data on financial management capabilities of CEPA (e.g., developing budgets; preparing financial policies and procedures; establishing financial controls; developing accounting systems; and facilitating financial reporting and auditing, etc.);Information and data on the current funding sources (income) for, and financial flows (expenditure) through the: (i) protected area system and (ii) six targeted protected areas.The National Consultant on Protected Areas is expected to deliver the following outputs:

Consultant for Technology Support for Learning Management System

UNDP - THAILAND | Published February 20, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2017
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Country: ThailandDescription of the assignment: Consultant for Technology Support for Learning Management SystemDuty Station: Home-based with possible travels to Bangkok, ThailandProject name: UNDPPeriod of assignment/services (if applicable): March 20, 2017 to July 20, 2017 (87 days with possibility of extension)Please click on the below link to apply:https://jobs.undp.org/cj_view_job.cfm?cur_job_id=70735

Lead Design Consultant and Multidisciplinary Consultancy Services for Conservation, Infrastructure a

Roundhouse Birmingham | Published February 3, 2017
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Lead Design Consultant and Multidisciplinary Consultancy Services for Conservation, Infrastructure a

NHH Consultant Framework — Transport and Highways Consultants (CF2 Lot 2)

Notting Hill Housing Trust | Published February 14, 2017
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NHH Consultant Framework — Transport and Highways Consultants (CF2 Lot 2).
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