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Sierra Leone Energy Access Proj. - SLIDF - P126180

Ministry of Energy | Published August 14, 2015  -  Deadline September 24, 2015
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Supply And Installation Of Statistical Meters Invitation for Bids (IFB) COUNTRY: Sierra Leone Project:  Sierra Leone Infrastructure Development Fund(SLIDF) GrantNo.:TF013246 Supply and Installation of Statistical meters IFB Reference No.: IFB No: MOE/EAP/SLIDF/ICB/4/SBM/01/15 1.This Invitation forBids follows the General Procurement Notice for this Project that Appeared in Development GatewayMarket- DG-Market issue of October 4, 2012 2. The Government of Sierra Leone has received financing from the World Bank under the Sierra Leone Infrastructure Development Fund, and intends to apply part of the proceeds toward payments under the contractfor Procurement of Statistical meters (Supply andInstallation) The Ministry of Energy now invites sealedbids from eligible bidders for the Supply and Installation of CT/PT Fully Electronic Statistical Meters, Three Phase 11v200VA Voltage Transformers, Laptop Computers, LV Cables and Accessories to be installed inFreetown All statistical meters and accessories must be supplied within90 days of contract award. All installation, including testing and commissioning must becompleted within 60 days after the full supply of the statistical meters and accessories. 3. Bidding will beconducted through the International Competitive Bidding procedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works and Non-Consulting Servicesunder IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers published by the bank in January, 2011("Procurement Guidelines"), and is open to all eligiblebidders as defined in the Procurement Guidelines. In addition, please refer to paragraphs 1.6 and 1.7 setting forth the WorldBank's policy on conflict of interest. 4. Interested eligible bidders must meet the following minimum qualificationcriteria: Evidence that during the pastfive (5) years, the Bidder must have completed One (1) successful contract involving the supply, installation,commissioning andprovision of technical support for statistical meters of similar technical characteristics and of a comparablescale 5. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from Ministry of Energy, Sierra Leone and inspect the bidding documents during office hours of 0900 to 1700 hours at the address given below. 6.  A complete set of bidding documents inEnglish Language may be purchased by interested eligible bidders upon the submission of a writtenapplication to the address below and upon payment of a nonrefundable fee of Le200,000(two hundred thousand Leones) or its equivalent. The method of payment will be topayto the account of the purchaser with the following details: (a.)Bank name:          Sierra Leone Commercial Bank (b.) Bank address:       29/31 Siaka Stevens Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone (c.)Account Name:     Energy Access Project (d.) Account Number: 003-001-11-17808-11-01-93 (e.) Swift Code-          SLCBSLFR The document will be sentby: physical collection by the bidder's representative 7. Bids must be delivered to the address below on or before 24th September 2015 at12:00Noon.Electronic bidding will not be permitted. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be publicly openedinthe presence of the bidders' designated representatives and anyonewho choose to attend at the address below on 24th September 2015at12:30PM 8. All bids must be accompanied by a BidSecurity in the sumof Le15, 000,000 (fifteen  million Leones)or its equivalent in any other freely convertible currencyissued by a bank using the Bid Security Form included in Section IV of the bidding document. The bid security shall be valid for aminimum of 120 days counting from the deadline for bid submission. 9. The addressreferredto above is: (a) For Bid SubmissionPurposes: Sierra Leone Infrastructure Development Fund (SLIDF) Energy Access Project, Renlaw Building, Second Floor No.12 Pultney  Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone (b) For Inquiries Contact: Mr. Albert KenPatewa Phone:+232-76-600956 E-mail: albert2115p@yahoo.co.uk

SL-Energy Sector Utility Reform - P120304

Electricity Distribution and Supply Authority (EDSA) | Published August 6, 2015  -  Deadline September 22, 2015
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Procurement Of A Management Contractor For Electricity Distribution And Supply Authority INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB) COUNTRY: SIERRALEONE PROJECT: ENERGY SECTOR UTILITY REFORM PROJECT (ESURP) Project ID: P120304 Credit No.5333-SL Contract Title: Procurement of a Management Contractor for Electricity Distribution and SupplyAuthority Reference No. MOE/EDSA/ESURP/ICB/1/PBCUOM/01/15 The Government of Sierra has received financing from the World Bank toward the costof the Energy Sector Utility Reform Project (ESURP), and intends to apply part of the proceeds toward payments under the contractfor Procurement of Management Contractor Service. The "Electricity Distribution and Supply Authority (EDSA)"now invites sealed bids from eligiblebidders for the Procurement of Management Contractor Service that will have two main objectives (i) Managing the whole company, and (ii) Implementing acomprehensive Business Plan, geared towards strengthening its staff competencies, managementand operational skills, buildingeffective approaches and practices, and ensuring adequate performance on a permanentbasis for a duration of 36 months. Bidding will be conducted through the International Competitive Bidding process as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works, and Non-ConsultingServices, under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers(January 2011), and is open to all eligible bidders as defined in the Procurement of Goods, Works, andNon-Consulting Services Guidelines. In addition, please refer to paragraphs 1.6 and 1.7 setting forth the World Bank's policy onconflict of interest. The bidders are required to submit ONLY detailed CVs of the KeyStaff and documents of the firm'sexperience. The selection criteria for this bidding will focus on the experience of the firm and the Key Staff in their respectiveexpertise; detailed selection criteria can be found in the Bidding Document, Section III. Evaluation and QualificationCriteria Interested bidders may obtain further information from "Electricity Distributionand Supply Authority (EDSA)", Sierra Leone and inspect the bidding documentsduring office hours 0900 to 1700 hours at the address givenbelow. 1.      A complete set of bidding documents in English may be purchased byinterested bidders upon the submission of a written application to the address below and upon payment of a non-refundable fee ofLe500,000(five hundred thousand Leones) or its equivalent in freely convertible currency 2.      The method of payment will be topay to the account of the purchaser with the following details: (a.) Bank name:              Sierra Leone Commercial Bank (b.) Bank address:          29/31 Siaka Stevens Street, Freetown, SierraLeone (c.) Account Name:        Energy Sector Utility Reform Project (d.) Account Number:    003-001-4214030130 (e.) Swift Code-                SLCBSLFR The document will be sentby: physical collection by the bidder's representative; an option exists to sendthe bidding document by courier service at the bidder's cost to interested bidders who cannot be physically present to collect thebidding document, and this can only be carried out upon confirmed payment by the bidder for both the bidding document and cost ofdelivery Bids must be delivered to the address below on or before 22ndSeptember 2015 at 09:00AM Sierra Leone Local Time. Electronic bidding will not be permitted. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be publicly opened in the presence of the bidders' designatedrepresentatives and anyone who choose to attend at the address below on 22nd September 2015 at 10:00AMSierra Leone LocalTime. All bidsmust be accompanied by a Bid Security in the sum of  Le 450, 000,000 (four hundred and fifty million Leones) or USD100,000 (One hundred thousand United States Dollars) or its equivalent in any freelyconvertible currency issuedby a bank using the Bid Security Form included in Section IV of the bidding document. The address referred to above is: Attention: Mr. Sanusi S.Deen. Electricity Distribution and Supply Authority Electricity House, 3rd Floor, 36 Siaka StevensStreet, Freetown, SierraLeone Telephone: +23276608663 Electronic mail address:  sanusi.deen@gmail.com

National Legal Firm to Revise and Harmonize the National Energy Policy, Review Drafts a National energy Bill and draft a National Bioenergy Policy & Action Plan for Sierra Leone.

UNDP Sierra Leone - SIERRA LEONE | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline November 28, 2016
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Overview:Dear Madam / Sir,We kindly request you to submit your bids/proposal for “National Legal Firm to: Revise and Harmonize the National Energy Policy, Review Drafts a National energy Bill and draft a National Bioenergy Policy & Action Plan for Sierra Leone. – SLE/RFP/2016/011.’ as detailed in Annex 1 of this ICPN. When preparing your Proposal, please be guided by the General Terms and Conditions for Services attached hereto as Annex 2. Quotations may be submitted on or before Close of Business NOVEMBER 28, 2016, (Freetown, Sierra Leone time) via e-mail or courier mail to the address below:United Nations Development Programme55 Wilkinson RoadP. O. Box 1011, Freetown, Sierra LeoneAttn: Procurement UnitE-mail: procure.sle@undp.orgQuotations submitted by email must be limited to a maximum of 5 MB, virus-free and no more than two (2) email transmissions. They must be free from any form of virus or corrupted contents, or the quotations shall be rejected.

International Consultant to Provide Quality Assurance to the Revision and Harmonization of the National Energy Policy, Review Drafts of National energy Bill and National Bioenergy Policy & Action Plan for Sierra Leone.

UNDP Sierra Leone - SIERRA LEONE | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline November 28, 2016
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Overview:Dear Madam / Sir,We kindly request you to submit your bids/proposal for “International Consultant to Provide Quality Assurance to the Revision and Harmonization of the National Energy Policy, Review Drafts of National energy Bill and National Bioenergy Policy & Action Plan for Sierra Leone.– SLE/ICPN/2016/006.’ as detailed in Annex 1 of this ICPN. When preparing your Proposal, please be guided by the General Terms and Conditions for Services attached hereto as Annex 2. Quotations may be submitted on or before Close of Business NOVEMBER 28, 2016, (Freetown, Sierra Leone time) via e-mail or courier mail to the address below:United Nations Development Programme55 Wilkinson RoadP. O. Box 1011, Freetown, Sierra LeoneAttn: Procurement UnitE-mail: procure.sle@undp.orgQuotations submitted by email must be limited to a maximum of 5 MB, virus-free and no more than two (2) email transmissions. They must be free from any form of virus or corrupted contents, or the quotations shall be rejected.

SL-Energy Sector Utility Reform - P120304

EDSA | Published October 2, 2015  -  Deadline October 13, 2015
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Government Of Sierra Leone Has Secured Financing From The World Bank Towards The Implementation Of The Energy Sector Utility Reform Project (esurp) Which Seeks To Support Edsa To Becomes Fully Functioning And Effective. Country: Sierra Leone Project: Energy Sector Utility Reform Project (ESURP) Project ID: P120304 Credit No. 5333-SL Selection of PBCUOMSupervising Consultant REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OFINTEREST IndividualConsultancyServices Terms of Reference 1.       BACKGROUND The Electricity Sector in Sierra Leone has been undergoing restructuringin the past years leading to theestablishment of Electricity Distribution and Supply Authority (EDSA) which became operational on the 1st January2015. Government ofSierra Leone (GOSL) has secured financing from the World Bank (WB) towards the implementation of the Energy Sector Utility ReformProject (ESURP) which seeks to among others support that EDSA becomes fully functioning and effective electricity distribution utility through a three-year performance-based contract betweenEDSA and a competitively selected firm (Contractor) specialized in management of power utilities in developing countries. TheContractor selected under the Performance Based Contract Utility Operation and Management (PBCUOM) is expected to providemanagement, operation and capacity building services with clearly identified result targets captured in the approved EDSA BusinessPlan. The Contractor will be given fully delegated authority torun the utility's business and will be the solely authorized agenttoadminister its assets and implement its functions for the duration ofthe contract. A Sub-Committeeestablished under the Board of EDSA shall be responsible for the direct supervision of the PBCUOM Contractor'sperformance. This Terms ofReference is to set the basis for the engagement of a services of an independent technical consultant to support the Sub-Committeeand shall be responsible for tracking and certifying the performance of the PBCUOM Contractors to be engaged. 2.        OBJECTIVE The objective of theSupervising Consultant is to support the Board of EDSA in monitoring the performance of the Performance Bases Contract UtilityOperation and Management Contractor in the implementation of the approved EDSA Business Plan which is geared towards, among others,the strengthening EDSA staff competencies, management and operational skills, build effective approaches and practices, and ensureadequate performance of the utility on a permanent basis. 3.         SCOPE OF SERVICES The Consultant shallperform the Services with all due diligence and efficiency in accordance with generally accepted professional standards andpractices, and shall observe sound management practices, and employ appropriate methods. The Consultant shall always act, inrespect of any matter relating to this Contract or to the Services, as afaithful adviser to the Client, and shall at all timessupport and safeguard the Client's legitimate interests in any dealings with the third party. The Consultant shall hold theClient's interests paramount, without any consideration for future work, and strictly avoid conflictwith other assignments or theirown corporate interests. The Consultant shallensure strict supervision of PBCUOM's activities per the contract conditions and achievement of the performancetargets asestablished in the EDSA's Business Plan: the full implementation of all plans, programmes, activities, task and milestonesdescribed in the EDSA's Business Plan and according its timelines and deadlines. The detailed scope ofservices of the Supervising Consultant shall include but not be limited to: ·                    Assess PBCOUM Contractor's performance in the implementation of the approved EDSA BusinessPlan, that is, to directly track Contractor's deliverables and certify whether agreed results have been achieved in due course. Tothis end the Consultant shall develop, a monitoring and evaluation tool to track the performance of PBCOUM Contractor in theimplementation of the following: (i)                Management Improvement Project {Organizational Restructuring} (ii)               Management Information Systems (iii)            Revenue Protection Project (iv)            Internal Communication and Capacity Building unit ·                    Prepare a reporting framework and propose any additional indicators not already specified inthe Business Plan for the approval of EDSA Board to track deliverables of the PBCUOM. ·                    Ensure timely reporting to the EDSA Board and regular briefs to the Ministry of Energy, theWorld Bank and other stakeholders; and ensure that adequate arrangements are made for archiving projectdocumentation. ·                    Provide prompt advisory support tothe EDSA Board on mitigating and control measures to ensurethat the PBCOUM Contractor adheres to strict implementation of the approved Business Plan. ·                    Advice EDSA Board on the payment of contract fees to PBCOUM based on achievement of the resultsagreed in the approved work program of PBCUOM. ·                    Serve as the Secretary to the Sub-Committee. ·                    Train, mentor and build the capacity of both MoE and EDSA Monitoring and Evaluation/AuditDivision to ensure the establishment of continuous monitoring and evaluation regime for EDSA Management Performance in the postPBCOUM era. 4.         DELIVERABLES The implementation of the above-indicated activities underthe "Scope of Work" is mandatory Deliverables of the Supervision Consultant position. The Consultant shall specifically prepare and submit monthlyand quarterly reports on the schedule agreed for achieving results in the execution of the Business Plan. The Reports will form the basis for the Board to verifyContractor's compliance to contract obligations, authorize payment of fees, and apply penalties. The Reports should capture delaysof any kind, if any; and measures recommended to address suchdelays and any other proactive measures which couldfacilitateor affect the progress of the implementation of the approved BusinessPlan. 5.         PERFORMANCE CRITERIA The timely execution of Consultant's responsibilities ascaptured under the "Scope of Works", the following performance criteria will be used to assess the performance of the Consultant atregular intervals and based upon which the contract may be continued or terminated; ·     Quality of Reports and briefs submitted. ·     Effectiveness of M&E tool to ensure timely implementation of Business Plans through theprediction of possible delaysand prompt deployment of control measures. 6.        REPORTING REQUIREMENTS The SupervisingConsultant shall report directly to the Chairman of the Sub-Committee which shall be established by the EDSA Board ofDirectors. 7.         QUALIFICATIONSREQUIRED FOR POSITION Interested Candidates should have the followingbackground: Education: At leastMaster's degree or equivalent in Business Administration, Public Administration, Engineering, Social Sciences orLaw.Certification in Utility Managementor Monitoring and Evaluation is desirable with Project Management certification anadvantage. Relevant Years of Post Graduate Experience: A minimum of 12 years' experience in a utility, preferably in electricity utility ofwhich 5 years should have being in topmost level management position, preferable Director level and above. Experience should showmanagement involvement in all departments of a utility company and with verifiable track record in having contributedenormously in driving utility performance. Other Experiences:Specific experience in monitoring and evaluation, in Management Contracts and/or PPP projects and negotiation experience in such contracts.Experience in the West Africansub-region or developing country will be an advantage. Knowledge Areas:General Utility Management, Utility Contract Management covering organizational restructuring, customer services, informationsystems, financial management, logistics, procurement. Strong skills in the use of MS Office suiteapplications including Word, Project, PowerPoint, Excel, e-mail and internet programs.Excellent English proficiency. Skills: The following skills are needed for effective performance: ·         Creativity and criticalthinking skills ·         performance managementskills ·         Strong leadershipacumen ·         Critical analysis andlistening skills ·         Strong oral and writtencommunications skills with a proven ability to convey information clearly and concisely ·         Excellentability to prepare documents and comfortably defend them ·         Willingnessto work extra hours as occasional weekend and/or evening hours may be required 8.         JOBLOCATION The Consultantshall be based in Freetown-Sierra Leoneon an intermittent basis. He may be required to travel on official duties. 9.         PERIOD OF THE ASSIGNMENT The duration of the assignment is for an initial period of 36 months to be extended subject tosatisfactory performance of the assignment and on need basis. An initial 6 months' probation period shall be applicable. 10.       APPLICATION PROCEDURE ·         Interested candidatesshould send their applications accompanied by their curriculum vitae and copies of diplomas and certificates clearly marked"Application PBCUOM SupervisingConsultant" to: EDSA Head Office Electricity House 3rd Floor Room 36 Siaka Stevens Street Freetown, Sierra Leone. Attn: BoardChairman Sanusi SDeen Tel:+23276608663 E-Mail: sanusi.deen@gmail.com ·         Application packagescan be forwardedby email to:sanusi.deen@gmail.com ·         Deadline:  4:00 PM GMT, 13th October,  2015

SL-Energy Sector Utility Reform - P120304

Ministry of Energy | Published July 13, 2016  -  Deadline August 19, 2016
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To Support The Board Of Edsa In Monitoring The Performance Of The Performance Based Contract Utility Operation Andmanagement Contractor In The Implementation Of The Approved Edsa Business Plan. GOVERNMENT OF SIERRA LEONE Ministry ofEnergy Request for Expression of Interest (REIO) Consulting Services for the Recruitment of a Supervising Consultant for the Energy Sector Utility Reform Project (Individual Selection) Country: Republicof Sierra Leone Name of Project: EnergySector Utility Reform Project GrantNumber:P120304 AssignmentTitle: Consulting Services for Supervising Consultant for ESURP Reference No. MOE/EDSA/ESURP/IC/1/PMU/ PBCUOM SC-02/16 Date of Issuance:   July 7th, 2016 1.0 Source of Funds 1.         BACKGROUND The ElectricitySector in Sierra Leone has been undergoing restructuring in the past years leading to the establishment of Electricity Distributionand Supply Authority (EDSA) which became operational on the 1st January 2015. EDSA was newly created as a trading entity delivering electricity supply services to the public/end users and its keymandate is to spearhead newproject development to increase the distribution network and access of electricity its customers. EDSAnow critically needs to propagate adequate and reliable systems based on modern information management platforms and infrastructureand reliable electricity supply network so as to effectively contribute to the strategic goals of the country. The Governmentof Sierra Leone (GOSL) has secured financing from the World Bank (WB) towards the implementation of the Energy Sector UtilityReform Project (ESURP) which seeks to among others support that EDSA becomes fully functioning and effective electricity distribution utility through a three-yearperformance-based contract between EDSAand a competitively selected firm (Contractor) specialized in management of power utilitiesin developing countries. The Contractor selected under the Performance Based Contract Utility Operation and Management (PBCUOM) isexpected to provide management, operation and capacity building services with clearly identified result targets captured in theapproved EDSA Business Plan. The Contractor will be given fully delegated authority to run the utility's business and will be thesolely authorized agent to administer its assets and implement its functions for the duration of the contract. A Sub-Committee established under the Board of EDSA shall be responsible forthe direct supervision of the PBCUOM Contractor's performance. This Terms ofReference is to set the basis for the engagement of services of an independent technical consultant to support the Sub-Committee.The consultant shall be responsible for tracking and certifying the performance of the PBCUOM Contractor to be engagedand to ensure that all activities are progressing as planned and realizing the intended objectives. 2.         OBJECTIVE The objective of the Supervising Consultant is to support the Board ofEDSA in monitoring the performance of the Performance Based Contract Utility Operation and Management Contractor in theimplementation of the approved EDSA Business Plan which is geared towards, among others, the strengthening EDSA staff competencies,management and operational skills, build effective approaches and practices, developing efficient and transparent institutionalsystems and procedures, financial sustainability, development functions and ensure adequate performance of the utility on apermanent basis. 3.         SCOPE OF SERVICES The Consultant shall ensure strict supervision of PBCUOM's activities as perthe contract conditions and achievement of the performance targets as established in the EDSA's Business Plan: the fullimplementation of all plans, programmes, activities, task and milestones described in the EDSA's Business Plan andaccording to itstimelines and deadlines. The Consultant shall perform the Services with all due diligence andefficiency in accordance with generally accepted professional standards and practices, and shall observe sound managementpractices, and employ appropriate methods. The Consultant shall always act, in respect of any matter relating to this Contract orto the Services, as a faithful adviser to the Client, and shall at all times support and safeguard the Client's legitimateinterests in any dealings with the third party. The Consultant shall hold theClient's interests paramount, without anyconsideration for future work, and strictly avoid conflict with other assignments or their own corporateinterests. The detailed scope of services of the Supervising Consultant shall includebut not be limited to: ·          Assess PBCOUM Contractor's performance in theimplementation of the approved EDSA Business Plan, that is, to directly track Contractor's deliverables and certify whether agreedresults have been achieved in due course. To this end the Consultant shall develop, a sound monitoring and evaluation tool withtimelines to track the performance of PBCOUM Contractor in the implementation of the following: (i)                Management Improvement Project{Organizational Restructuring} (ii)               Management Information Systems (iii)             Revenue Protection Project (iv)             Internal Communication and Capacity Building unit ·           Prepare a reporting framework and, in consonant with theContractor, propose any additional indicators not already specified in the Business Plan for the approval of EDSA Board to trackdeliverables of the PBCUOM. ·           Ensure timely reporting to the EDSA Board and regular briefsto the Ministry of Energy, the World Bank and other stakeholders; and ensure that adequate arrangements are made for archivingproject documentation. ·          Provideprompt advisory support to the EDSA Board on mitigating and control measures to ensure that the PBCOUM Contractor adheres to strictimplementation of the approved Business Plan. ·          AdviseEDSA Board on the payment of contract fees to PBCOUM based on achievement of the results agreed in the approved work program ofPBCUOM. ·           Serve as the Secretary to the Sub-Committee established under the Boardof EDSA. ·          Train,mentor and build the capacity of both MoE and EDSA Monitoring and Evaluation/Audit Division to ensure the establishment ofcontinuousmonitoring and evaluation regime for EDSA Management Performance in the post PBCOUM era. 4.         DELIVERABLES The implementation of the above-indicated activities under the "Scope of Work" ismandatory Deliverables of the Supervision Consultant position. The Consultant shall specifically prepare and submit monthly and quarterly reportson the schedule agreed for achieving results in the execution of the Business Plan. The Reports will form the basis for the Board to verify Contractor'scompliance tocontract obligations, authorize payment of fees, and apply penalties. The Reports should capture delays of any kind, if any; andmeasures recommended addressing such delays and any other proactive measures which could facilitate or affect the progress of theimplementation of the approved Business Plan. 5.         PERFORMANCE CRITERIA The timely execution of Consultant's responsibilities as captured under the "Scopeof Works", the following performance criteria will be used to assess the performance of the Consultant at regular intervals andbased upon which the contract may be continued or terminated; ·      Quality ofReports and briefs submitted. ·      Effectivenessof M&E tool to ensure timely implementation of Business Plans through the prediction ofpossible delays and prompt deployment ofcontrol measures. 6.        REPORTING REQUIREMENTS The Supervising Consultant shallreport directly to the Chairman of the Sub-Committee which shall be established by the EDSA Board of Directors. The Consultantshall ensure that the report is regularly and adequately shared with all key stakeholders such as Ministry of Energy, Ministry ofFinance and Economic Development and EDSA Board of Directors. 7.         QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED FOR THISPOSITION Interested candidate should have a minimum of 12years' experience in electricity utility of which 5 yearsshould have being in topmost level management position, preferably atthelevel of director and above. Experience should show management involvement in all departments of a utility company and withverifiable track record in having contributed enormously in drivingutility performance. Thecandidate should have full knowledge of General Utility Management, Utility Contract Management covering organizationalrestructuring, customer services, information systems, financial management,logistics, procurement, knowledge to monitor andevaluate system losses.  The candidate shouldpossess an Engineering Degree. A master degree in Business Administration, Public Administration or Law shall be a plus. Experiencein developing countries is a must; experience in West Africa sub-region is a plus. The Candidate shall have the following skillsneeded for effective performance: ·         Creativity and critical thinking skills ·         Performance management skills ·         Strong leadership acumen ·         Critical analysis and listening skills ·         Strong oral and written communications skills with a proven ability to conveyinformationclearly and concisely ·         Excellent ability to prepare documents and comfortably defend them ·         Willingness to work extra hours as occasional weekend and/or evening hours may be required The candidate shall also have strong skills in the use of MS Office suite applications including Word,Project, PowerPoint, Excel, e-mail and internetprograms with excellent English proficiency. 8.         JOB LOCATION The Consultant shall be based inFreetown-Sierra Leone on an intermittent basis. He may be required to travel on official duties. 9.         PERIOD OF THE ASSIGNMENT Theduration of the assignment is for an initial period of 36 months to be extended subject to satisfactory performance of theassignment and on need basis. An initial 6 months' probation period shall be applicable. 10.       APPLICATIONPROCEDURE 1.      Interested candidates should send theirapplications accompanied bytheir curriculum vitae and copies of diplomas and certificates clearly marked "Application PBCUOMSupervising Consultant" to: The PermanentSecretary Ministry ofEnergy Staco House 24 Brooksstreet Freetown SierraLeone. Attn: Mrs. Zainab FellehBuya-Kamara Application packages can be forwarded by email to:zainabf_13@hotmail.com This REOI will leadto the preparation of Short list of Consultants Expressions of Interest may takeany format to represent the individuals' qualifications and experience. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below in personor e-mail, by August 5th,2016 on or before16:00 noon (Sierra Leone Time).

EDF — rural energy activating livelihoods (REAL)

European Union | Published September 11, 2012
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EDF — rural energy activating livelihoods (REAL)

Biomass Technology Institution/Firm/Enterprises to build the capacity of clean cooking enterpreneurs for the fabrication and distribution of energy efficient cookstoves and charcoal production: open only for locally registered firms. –SLE/RFP/2017/008

UNDP Sierra Leone - SIERRA LEONE | Published February 20, 2017  -  Deadline March 3, 2017
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Overview:Dear Madam / Sir,We kindly request you to submit your bids/proposal for “Biomass Technology Institution/Firm/Enterprises to build the capacity of clean cooking enterpreneurs for the fabrication and distribution of energy efficient cookstoves and charcoal production: open only for locally registered firms. –SLE/RFP/2017/008.’ as detailed in Annex 1 of this RFP. When preparing your Proposal, please be guided by the General Terms and Conditions for Services attached hereto as Annex 2. Quotations may be submitted on or before Close of Business MARCH 3, 2017, (Freetown, Sierra Leone time) via e-mail or courier mail to the address below:United Nations Development Programme55 Wilkinson RoadP. O. Box 1011, Freetown, Sierra LeoneAttn: Procurement UnitE-mail: procure.sle@undp.orgQuotations submitted by email must be limited to a maximum of 5 MB, virus-free and no more than two (2) email transmissions. They must be free from any form of virus or corrupted contents, or the quotations shall be rejected.

RFQ/SLE/2017/005- PROCUREMENT OF SEEDLINGS

UNDP - SIERRA LEONE | Published April 19, 2017  -  Deadline May 1, 2017
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Poorly managed firewood and charcoal production in addition to subsistence agricultural practices are reported to have exacerbated forest as well as land degradation, and reduced soil fertility in Sierra Leone. Forest degradation from firewood collection and charcoal production gained momentum over the years in most parts of the country, contributing significantly to lower forest cover, wildlife habitat loss/fragmentation and illegal encroachment in protected areas. The government of Sierra Leone is working hard to improve on household energy (including firewood and charcoal) availability, accessibility and its efficient use. It was in this light, that the Government of Sierra Leone through the Ministry of Energy received a grant from the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in collaboration with National Protected Area Authority (NPAA) and the Ministry of Forestry and Food Security (MAFFS) to implement a project on Energy Efficient Production and Utilization of Charcoal through Innovative Technologies and Private Sector Involvement in Sierra Leone. The project is aimed at bringing economic, social and environmental benefits through the production of certified charcoal from sustainably sourced feedstock and through the promotion of improved cook stoves to reduce firewood demand, improve health and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. There are three components to this project. Component 3 which is Improved, more efficient production and efficient utilization of certified charcoal and cook stove. Has a respective outcome that is the production and utilization of certified charcoal and certified improved cook stoves?A joint mission on preliminary assessment organized by Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Security (MAFFS), UNDP, and Ministry of Energy (MoE) for the scaling up the 24 ha of pilot renewable bioenergy woodlots in Mawoma section, Koya chiefdom, Port Loko to Moyamba Junction in Moyamba District. For this new location, community preferred tree species type, is sought.

EOI - Sierra Leone - Consultancy Services for the Detailed Engineering Design and Preparation of Bidding Document for the CLSG Rural Electrification Project – 08 2015

 | Published August 10, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES) REPUBLIC OF SIERRA LEONE MINISTRY OF ENERGY/EDSA CLSG ELCTRICITY NETWORKS INTERCONNECTION PROJECT-RURAL ELECTRIFICATION COMPONENT Sector: Energy Financing Agreement reference: ADF Grant No. 2100155026096 Project Title: CLSG-RURAL ELECTRIFICATION The Government of the Republic of Sierra Leone (GoSL) has received financing from the African Development Bank Group toward the cost of the Rural Electrification Component of the Cote d’Ivoire, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea (CLSG) Electricity Networks Interconnection project , and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for the Detailed Engineering Design and Preparation of Bidding Document for the CLSG Rural Electrification Project. The key activities are mainly preparation of detailed design as well as tender and contract documents including bills of quantities. The duration of the assignment is four (4) months. The Project Implementation Unit (PIU) through the Ministry of Energy now invites eligible firms to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested firms must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (indicating but not limited to the experience of the firm in handling such projects, detailed curriculum vita including bio-data, copies of academic and professional qualification of key personnel and contact details). Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Consultants” May 2008 Edition, revised on July 2012, which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours: 08:00 – 17:00hrs, Sierra Leone time. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 19th August 2015 at 17:00 hrs and labelled “Consultancy Services for the Detailed Engineering Design and Preparation of Bidding Document for the CLSG Rural Electrification Project”. Attn: Project Coordinator Project Implementation Unit (PIU) CLSG Electricity Networks Interconnection Project 5TH Floor Electricity House Freetown, SIERRA LEONE Tel: +23279044131/ +2376695329 E-mail: turayabubockarie@ymail; paulsaf2000@gmail.com

GPN – Sierra Leone - Mano River Union rehabilitation of Bo–Bandajuma road project

 | Published February 24, 2016
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EOI – Sierra Leone - Development of Sierra Leone Ports Master Plan

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EOI - Sierra Leone (Mono River Union) - Consultancy Services for the recruitment of a Fund Management Agency

 | Published February 26, 2016
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EOI - Individual Consultant - Bank Procurement Assessment Report in Sierra Leone - ORPF

 | Published October 7, 2016
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IFB - Sierra Leone - Mano river union rehabilitaton of Bo – Bandajuma road project

 | Published October 14, 2016
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EOI - Sierra Leone - Consultancy Services for Integrated Management Information Systems (IMIS) of a typical Water Utility Company

 | Published July 29, 2016
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Goals (MDGs) Multi-Donor Governance Trust Fund Multidonor Water Partnership Program NEPAD NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (NEPAD-IPFF) Partnerships Poverty Reduction Private Sector Development Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) Quality Assurance & Results Regional Integration Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Initiative Seed Capital Assistance Facility (SCAF) South-South Cooperation Trust Fund Strategic Partnership with Africa Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa Trade Finance Initiative Transport Water Supply & Sanitation Youth Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund Enquiry details Quote "The policy is a reaffirmation of the Bank Group’s commitment, to carry out its development activities in an open and transparent manner..." AfDB's VP SG Simultaneous disclosure Declassified Key documents Board Documents Policy Documents Strategy Documents Project & Operations Project-related Procurement Publications Environmental & Social Assessments Financial Information Legal Documents All Documents Useful Links Integrity and Anti-Corruption AfDB Group's Long Term Strategy Countries Field Office Contacts AfDB and IATI MapAfrica Civil Society Initiatives & Partnerships Terms & Conditions Disclosure and Access to Information Sitemap Search Glossary RSS Feeds Facebook Twitter Instagram Photos Flickr Photos Youtube Videos RSS Email © 2016 African Development Bank Group Web design agency - Liquid Light A Algeria Angola B Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi C Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Democratic Republic of Congo Côte d’Ivoire D Djibouti E Egypt Eritrea Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia G Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau K Kenya L Lesotho Liberia Libya M Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique N Namibia Niger Nigeria R Rwanda S São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland T Tanzania Togo Tunisia U Uganda Z Zambia Zimbabwe

EOI - Sierra Leone - Consultancy Services for Institutional Development Support

 | Published July 29, 2016
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Mechanism African Water Facility African Women in Business Initiative Agriculture & Agro-industries Aid for Trade Trust Fund Civil Society Climate Change Climate for Development in Africa (ClimDev-Africa) Initiative Climate Investment Funds (CIF) Congo Basin Forest Fund Deauville Partnership Economic & Financial Governance Education Emergency Liquidity Facility (ELF) Energy & Power Enhanced Private Sector Assistance for Africa: EPSA Initiative Environment Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Financial Crisis Food Production Fragile States Facility Fund for African Private Sector Assistance Gender Global Environment Facility (GEF) Health Health in Africa Fund Higher Education Science and Technology Trust Fund Human and Social Development Information & Communication Technology Infrastructure Investment Climate Facility Making Finance Work for Africa Partnership Microfinance Multidonor Trust Fund Middle Income Countries Migration and Development Initiative Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Multi-Donor Governance Trust Fund Multidonor Water Partnership Program NEPAD NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (NEPAD-IPFF) Partnerships Poverty Reduction Private Sector Development Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) Quality Assurance & Results Regional Integration Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Initiative Seed Capital Assistance Facility (SCAF) South-South Cooperation Trust Fund Strategic Partnership with Africa Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa Trade Finance Initiative Transport Water Supply & Sanitation Youth Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund Enquiry details Quote "The policy is a reaffirmation of the Bank Group’s commitment, to carry out its development activities in an open and transparent manner..." 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PFM Improvement and Consolidation - P133424

PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT AND CONSOLIDATION PROJECT | Published September 22, 2016  -  Deadline October 10, 2016
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Terms Of Reference For International Procurement Specialist At The Public Financial Management Improvement And Consolidation Project, Ministry Of Finance And Economic Development, Sierra Leone TERMSOF REFERENCE FOR INTERNATIONAL PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST AT THEPUBLIC FINANCIALMANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT AND CONSOLIDATION PROJECT, MINISTRY OF FINANCEANDECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, SIERRA LEONE Date of Issue: 23rdSeptember, 2016 Reference No. MoFED/PFMICP/PMU/IC/011/09/2016 1.0 Background 1.1       The Public Financial ManagementImprovement and Consolidation Project (PFMICP) is a successor to the just endedIntegrated Public Financial Management Reform Project (IPFMRP). It will buildon and reinforce the successes and address the weaknesses of IPFMRP. The Project Development Objective (PDO) is: "To improve budget planning and credibility,financial control, accountability, and oversight in government finances inSierra Leone". The Project, which will benefit various MDAs and LocalCouncils, will comprise the following components: Component 1: Enhancing Budget planning andcredibility The objectives of this component are to:strengthen the macro fiscal forecasting and Public Investment functions ofgovernment to improve overall budget planning; strengthen systems andprocedures for budget formulation; and build capacity for managing contingentliabilities. Component 2:Financial Control,Accountability and Oversight The objective of this component is to strengthenfinancial control in government, improve accountability systems and practices,and enhance independent and public oversight in the management and use ofpublic finances in Sierra Leone. Component 3: Supporting the Strengthening ofRevenue Mobilization and Administration Systems The objectives of thiscomponent are to: strengthen revenue policy and oversight of revenuecollection; improve the efficiency and integrity of revenue administration; toincrease domestic revenue, and to integrate revenue systems with overall PFMsystem. Component 4: Strengthening Local Governance,Financial Management and Accountability Systems The objective of this component is toimprove the capacity of the financial management systems in local councils andstrengthen the accountability and oversight institutions to enhance servicedelivery efficiency and effectiveness. Component 5: PFM Reform Coordination andProject Management The objective of this component is to provide a continuing institutional andcoordination basis for overseeing the implementation of the PFM Reform Strategyas a whole as well as manage the implementation of the proposed project. 1.2       To pursethe GoSL's PFMagenda, the Government has received financing from the InternationalDevelopment Association (IDA), a pooled funding from the African DevelopmentBank, and a Multi-Donor Trust Fund from the European Union and UK's Departmentfor International Development for the PFMICP (with an estimated Projectduration of four years). The PFMICPwill be administered by the World Bank. 1.4       Infurtherance of theabove objectives, the Government intends to use part of the proceeds of thefinancing to engage a suitably qualified and experienced person to fill theposition of International ProcurementSpecialist. 2.0 Objectives ofthe Assignment 2.1       Theobjective of theassignment is to recruit a procurement specialist with international experienceto: i) manage and carry out the procurement activities required forimplementation of the Project in accordance with the Project's covenantdocuments such as the Financing and Grant Agreements, World Bank's Guidelinesand procedures, among other; and (ii) build the procurement capacity of theMoFED / PMU Procurement Unit in order to ensure long-termsustainability ofthe project outcomes. This will ensureadequate hand-holding and capacity development/transfer. Additionally, theInternational Procurement Specialist with support and guide the end-users to prepare good quality ToRs andtechnical specifications. 2.2      TheInternational ProcurementSpecialist will coordinate hisactivities closely with the PMU and Implementing Units teams on activitiesrelated to the Project.   S/he will berequired to be familiar with the World Bank and Government of Sierra Leoneprocurement laws, procedures, regulations, policies, the Project's covenantdocuments, including the Financing and Grant Agreements, Project AppraisalDocument, Project Implementation Manual, Procurement and ConsultantsGuidelines, among others. 3.0  Scope ofServices, Duties and Responsibilities 3.1       The IPSwill takeoverall charge of the project's procurement management and conduct the tasks identifiedbelow by applying technical practices and methods, and collecting andmakinguse of available and necessary data in carrying out the assignment. The consultant shall work in closeconsultation with the Project Manager of the PMU.  He will discuss issues that would affectefficient procurement management with the Project Manager and agree on the waysto resolve them. The Specialist, shall inter alia, undertakethe following: 3.2.1 Review all available project documentsto facilitate the establishment of procurement  procedures for the management and implementation of the project; 3.2.2    Establisha procurement management system for the PMU based on the guideline andprocedures  for the conduct ofprocurement under World Bank funded projects and the government regulations forthe procurement of goods, non-consulting services and consultancy servicesunder the Public Procurement Act 2004 (PPA) of Sierra Leone and as may beamended; 3.2.3    Setup a procurement management tracking system for the PMU that would monitor theimplementation of procurement activities; 3.2.4    Usingthe World Bank's Standard procurement documents, prepare Bidding Documents andRequest for Proposals (REP), Request for Quotations, Letters of Invitations,clarifications/amendments to procurement documentation and processes (ifneeded), minutes of the Evaluation Committees and negotiation meetings,Evaluation Reports, contract award decisions, etc. These should includestandardized forms to be used for International and Local Shopping methods toconform to the PPA or World Bank standards; Inconsultation with the Project's beneficiary agencies, prepare and update theProject's Annual Procurement Plan and Budget detailing contract packages(including estimated cost) for goods, consultancy services and non-consultingservices, the procurement/selection methods and processing times untilcompletion of each procurement activity; Monitorprocurement implementation of and update the Procurement Plan on a atleastbi-weekly basis and whenever  it becomesnecessary to do so; Preparethe General Procurement Notice (GPN), Specific Procurement Notices (SPNs) ,Invitation for Bids (IFBs), Request for Expressions of Interest (REoIs) and other solicitation documentswhenever required; Establisha register of qualified suppliers and consultants and periodically update thisregister to facilitate advertisements, solicitations and drawing up ofshortlists when so required; Inconsultation with the Implementing Units and relevant technical staffs of thePMU, coordinate  the preparation of (ToRs),technical specifications using standard documentation agreed with theWorldBank and Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL), and also participate  in evaluation ofbids, expressions ofinterest for preparation of shortlists, pre-qualification of suppliers, etc.,where necessary. The International Procurement Specialist shall review ToRs andspecifications for completeness, consistency and fairness, and if necessarysuggest amendments; Initiatethe procurement processes, including those for International and National Competitive Bidding procedures,ensuring compliance with agreed procurement methods' threshold, priorreviewrequirements specific  to the project andagreed aggregate  threshold amounts forless competitive procurement methods; Presidingover bidding procedures and participating in bid/proposal opening sessions, bidand proposal evaluations  and ensuringthat the appropriate Guidelines are followed to arrive at the recommendationsfor award of contracts; In caseof procurement actions requiring IDA "no objection", coordinate the dispatch ofprocurement document to IDA (including through PROCYS for prior reviewactivities), monitor IDA response time on issuing "no objections" at differentlevels of the procurement process and follow-up accordingly; Coordinatethe response to procurement inquiries and communicate the result of theevaluation processes to the applicants in response to the Guidelines; Monitorand ensure timely responses to procurement questions raised by the WorldBank.  For services, follow-up with theshort listed consultants within 10 days of RFP dispatch, to ensure theirparticipation in the selection exercise; Superintend over procurement clarificationmeetings (if any) and develop clarifications/amendments to procurementdocumentations (if needed); Participatein selection of Evaluation Committees and assume the role of the Committee'ssecretary in recording the minutes of the meetings; Preparethe minutes of the Evaluation Committee meetings and prepare the requests for"no objection" and coordinate and participate in contract negotiationprocess,where necessary; Preparedraft and final contracts, and ensure timely distribution of all relevantprocurement and contract documents to relevant stakeholders; Ensuretimely receipt of the goods and consultant's status reports, confirmingacceptability of the goods delivered, and also acceptability of consultantsreports as reviewed, and recommending payments to the services providers as theybecome due; Establisha performance monitoring database for all suppliers and consultants, and ensureefficiency and timeliness in the delivery of outputs from the servicesproviders; Liaisewith all relevant Implementing Units and the PMU with a view to preparingmonthly, semi-annual and annual procurement reports (or other periodsas may berequired) as inputs into the Project Management Reports (PMR) to be submittedto the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, World Bank and otherrelevant agencies; Regularmonitoring of procurement across the Project and problem-solving as neededincluding regular updates on problems experienced and on changing needs forspecific types of advice; Establishand maintain a central procurement filing system (both electronicallyandmanually), and ensure all related documents are included in the respectivefiles, to ensure ease of retrieval of information and the ease of following thetrail of procurement by independent external auditors or authorized agents; AdviseMoFED on processes for disposal of un-required stores and equipment includingactual disposal in line with the Laws of Sierra Leone; Providetraining and capacity building needs of procurement staffs of the PMU/MoFED and other identified stakeholders toensure long-term sustainability of theproject outcomes, with a view of strengthening staff capacities andskills, filling skills gap  and alsosupport institutional strengthening; Provideadvice, mentoring, coaching and providing on-the-job training for relevantprocurement staffs in the PMU/MoFED, and advise them to plan and execute allstages of the procurement cycle in accordance with World Bank  and nationalprocurement procedures; Assistin supervising contracts in accordance with the respective contract agreementsincluding the processing of payments, physical inspection and testing, receiptand transfer of the goods to the Client, submission of consultants' reports andclosing of respective contracts; Provideprocurement advisory services as and when needed; Participatein procurement audits and reviews of the Project; Superviseall procurement staff within the PMU and assign tasks to them as andwhen necessary; Workwith relevant managers to identify their procurement needs under the Projectand help them manage the procurement planning and execution process in a timelyway; Assist in dealingwith claims, bid challenges and litigations relating to contracts andprocurement; Develop andimplement a robust procurement monitoring system and follow up mechanisms toensure that procurement activities are carried out as planned; identify anydeviations and take appropriate actions and submit regular periodic procurementreports to the Project Manager; Initiateappropriate quality assurance procedures to the procurement function of theProject; Carryout any other relevant duties that may from time to time be assigned by the PMUProject Manager. 4.0  Reporting,Communication and Time Schedules 4.1  The InternationalProcurement Specialist shall report directly to the PMU Project Manager andwill prepare monthly,  Quarterly,Semi-Annual and Annual procurement reports (or for any period as necessary) asinputs into the Project Management Reports and, in addition, preparesotherprocurement reports, as and when needed. 4.2  Emphasis willbe placed on highly effective, regularand detailed communication with the PMU Project Manager and relevant componentmanagers; 4.3  S/he will be required to assess technical skillstransfer to the counterpart staffs; 4.4  S/he is expected to report and analyze all problemsexperienced with procurement, more specifically on the Project,  so that remedial andcapacity-building actionscan be promptly taken; 4.5  S/he shall make inputs into reports prepared by thecounterpart staffs as needed. 5.0 Deliverables TheIPS will be expected to produce thefollowing deliverables, among others: Ø Procurement Plans Ø Budgets andSelection criteria Ø Procurementnotices and reports Ø Varioussolicitation documents Ø Clarifications/amendmentsto various procurement and solicitation documents; Ø Bid/Proposalevaluations Ø Minutes ofnegotiations Ø Draft and finalcontracts Ø Capacity buildingand training plans and reports Ø Action plans for trainingsand capacity building programmes Short-listing,evaluation reports, records of public bid/proposal openings Minutes of meetingsfor confirmation of the expressions of interest/ proposals Minutes ofnegotiation (as applicable) Notifications ofcontracts awarded ProcurementMonitoring Reports Other reports anddocuments as required. 6.0 Qualifications,Experience and Competencies Minimum Master's degree in Procurementwith minimum of 12 years of experience in public procurement practices andprocedures, 8 of which must have been served as a Procurement Specialistor Procurement Manager or Procurement Consultant; Minimum of 5 years of experience inhandling, managing or overseeing international procurement for World Bankfunded or administered projects; the minimum country experience oninternational public procurement of World Bank funded or administeredprojects should be two (2) countries, however, having worked in more than two(2) counties shall gain added advantage; Membership in a recognizedprocurement-related institute, such as CIPS or ISM; Knowledge of/experience with World Bank/other internationaldevelopment organizations' procurement procedures would be an addedadvantage; Good knowledge ofthe institutional,technical, and commercial aspects of procurement; Experience in delivering trainings and capacity buildingprogrammes at international level; Demonstrated high experience in contract management at manageriallevel; Fluencyin spoken English and ability to write lucid reports anddocuments in English is required; Strongorganization skills and ability to work in a team-oriented,dynamic and diverse environment; Proven track recordin workingeffectively within multidisciplinary teams, recognize the value of sharingideas, knowledge and information with others and takes personalresponsibility for doing so; Excellent interpersonal skills, sound judgment, communicationskills, training experience, ability to identify and resolve policy andoperational constraints; Demonstrated computer skills, knowledge of Microsoft Office Suiteespecially, Word, Excel and PowerPoint; Abilityto handle multiple taskssimultaneously, set priorities,and work independently, or under minimum supervision; Demonstrated capacity for initiative and efficient decision makingwith competent analytical and problem solving skills; Demonstrated competence by the level of timeliness and accuracy theindividual displays in carrying out his/her role, personal energy andenthusiasm and willingness to exceed expectations in his/her role; Ability to plan and organize effectively and build alternative actionsinto plans, deploying resources effectively and reviewing priorities; A commitment to supporting counterpartstaff to achieve the outcomes and objectives of the Project; Recognition and respect of peers, and ademonstrated ability to interact effectively and collegially with peers atall levels; Demonstrated ability to make soundjudgments on capacity issues that will require management referral andguidance; Demonstrated ability to work effectivelyin a mentoring role; Demonstrated ability to communicateideas and analyses clearly and tactfully, both orally and in writing; Demonstrated ability to assist andsupport the development of useful procurement processes and procedureseffectively; Demonstrated ability to transfer skillsand knowledge ? previous training or teaching experience is a plus; Demonstrated ability to adapt tochallenges and changes in the workplace. 7.0 Facilitiesand Services to be Provided by the Client The Client will provide: Accessto all information and stakeholders to facilitate the assignment Adequateoffice space with essential office furniture and office equipment; and Accessto Internet, and network resources, where necessary 8.0 Period ofthe Assignment 8.1   The duration of the assignment is for aninitial period of 12 months beginning 15thNovember 2016(subject to negotiations with the successful candidate), but not later than 30thNovember 2016. Subject to consultants' satisfactory performance of the assignment,the Contract would be extended only for at most another 12 months period (basedon the unit rates included in the original signed contract). 9.0 Location The IPS will belocated within the Project Management Unitof the PFMICP in the Ministryof Finance andEconomic Development, Freetown, Sierra Leone with travels to the provinces. 10.0         General Information Ø All posts will beadvertised on an equal opportunity basis and qualified women and men areencouraged to apply. Ø  Competitiveand attractive salariesand conditions of service will be offered to the successful candidate. Ø  Employmentwill be on full-timebasis, and contracts will be for oneyear subject toannual review with a possibility of renewal. Ø  Theperformance criteria thatwill be used to assess the performance of the International ProcurementSpecialist at regular intervals and based upon which the contract maybecontinued or terminated is the effectiveness, efficiency and quality ofdelivering on the Scope of Services, Duties and Responsibilities andDeliverables of the assignment. 11.0         Language of Assignment The language of the assignmentshall beEnglish Language. 12.0         Modeof Application All applications in writing should be accompanied by up-to-dateCurriculum Vitae and supporting documents (Note: do not send originals) withthe names and addresses of three referees, one of which should be thelast orcurrent employer and addressed to: The Senior Deputy Financial Secretary(Fiscal) Ministry of Finance and Economic Development Treasury Building George Street Freetown, Sierra Leone Or By E-mailapplication as attachment(including all supporting documents) d mofedpfmicp@gmail.com. Pleaseindicateclearly on the envelop (in the case of hard copy application) or in the emailsubject heading and attachment (in the case of electronic applications) thepost for which application is made. Closing Date: The ClosingDate and time for receipt of applications is 10th October, 2016at 5:00 pm GMT. Only short-listed candidates will becontacted.

PFM Improvement and Consolidation - P133424

PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT AND CONSOLIDATION PROJECT | Published November 23, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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Terms Of Reference For International Procurement Specialist At The Public Financial Management Improvement And Consolidation Project, Ministry Of Finance And Economic Development, Sierra Leone TERMSOF REFERENCE FOR INTERNATIONAL PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST AT THE PUBLIC FINANCIALMANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT AND CONSOLIDATION PROJECT, MINISTRY OF FINANCEANDECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, SIERRA LEONE Date ofIssue: 24thNovember, 2015 REoINumber: MoFED/PMU/PFMICP/IC/13/11/2015 1.0 Background 1.1       The Public Financial ManagementImprovement and Consolidation Project (PFMICP) is a successor to the just endedIntegrated Public Financial Management Reform Project (IPFMRP). It will buildon and reinforce the successes and address the weaknesses of IPFMRP. The Project Development Objective (PDO) is: "To improve budget planning and credibility,financial control, accountability, and oversight in government finances inSierra Leone". The Project, which will benefit various MDAs and LocalCouncils, will comprise the following components: Component 1: Enhancing Budget planning andcredibility The objectives of this component are to:strengthen the macro fiscal forecasting and Public Investment functions ofgovernment to improve overall budget planning; strengthen systems andprocedures for budget formulation; and build capacity for managing contingentliabilities. Component 2:Financial Control,Accountability and Oversight The objective of this component is tostrengthen financial control in government, improve accountability systems andpractices, and enhance independent and public oversight in the management anduse of public finances in Sierra Leone. Component 3: Supporting the Strengthening ofRevenue Mobilization and Administration Systems The objectives of thiscomponent are to: strengthen revenue policy and oversight of revenuecollection; improve the efficiency and integrity of revenue administration; toincrease domestic revenue, and to integrate revenue systems with overall PFMsystem. Component 4: Strengthening Local Governance,Financial Management and Accountability Systems The objective of this component is toimprove the capacity of the financial management systems in local councils andstrengthen the accountability and oversight institutions to enhance servicedelivery efficiency and effectiveness. Component 5: PFM Reform Coordination andProject Management The objective of this component is to provide a continuing institutional andcoordination basis for overseeing the implementation of the PFM Reform Strategyas a whole as well as manage the implementation of the proposed project. 1.2      To purse the GoSL's PFMagenda, the Government has received financing from the InternationalDevelopment Association (IDA), a pooled funding from the African DevelopmentBank, and a Multi-Donor Trust Fund from the European Union and UK's Departmentfor International Development for the PFMICP (with an estimated Projectduration of four years). The PFMICPwill be administered by the World Bank. 1.4      In furtherance of theabove objectives, the Government intends to use part of the proceeds of thefinancing to engage a suitably qualified and experienced person to fill theposition of International ProcurementSpecialist. 2.0 Objectives ofthe Assignment 2.1      The objective of theassignment is to recruit a procurement specialist with international experienceto: i) manage and carry out the procurement activities required forimplementation of the Project in accordance with the Project's covenantdocuments such as the Financing and Grant Agreements, World Bank's Guidelinesand procedures, among other; and (ii) build the procurement capacity of theMoFED / PMU Procurement Unit in order to ensure long-termsustainability ofthe project outcomes. This will ensureadequate hand-holding and capacity development/transfer. Additionally, theInternational Procurement Specialist with support and guide the end-users to prepare good quality ToRs andtechnical specifications. 2.2       TheInternational ProcurementSpecialist will coordinate hisactivities closely with the PMU and Implementing Units teams on activitiesrelated to the Project.   S/he willberequired to be familiar with the World Bank and Government of Sierra Leoneprocurement laws, procedures, regulations, policies, the Project's covenantdocuments, including the Financing and Grant Agreements, Project AppraisalDocument, Project Implementation Manual, Procurement and ConsultantsGuidelines, among others. 3.0  Scope ofServices, Duties and Responsibilities 3.1      The IPS will take overallcharge of the project's procurement management and conduct the tasks identifiedbelow by applying technical practices and methods, and collecting andmakinguse of available and necessary data in carrying out the assignment. The consultant shall work in closeconsultation with the Project Manager of the PMU.  He will discuss issues that would affectefficient procurement management with the Project Manager and agree on the waysto resolve them. The Specialist, shall inter alia, undertakethe following: 3.2.1 Review all available project documentsto facilitate the establishment of procurement  procedures for the management and implementation of the project; 3.2.2    Establisha procurement management system for the PMU based on the guideline and procedures  for the conduct of procurement under WorldBank funded projects and the government regulations for the procurement ofgoods, non-consulting services and consultancy services under the PublicProcurement Act 2004 (PPA) of Sierra Leone and as may be amended; 3.2.3    Setup a procurement management tracking system for the PMU that would monitor theimplementation of procurement activities; 3.2.4    Usingthe World Bank's Standard procurement documents, prepare Bidding Documents andRequest for Proposals (REP), Request for Quotations, Letters of Invitations,clarifications/amendments to procurement documentation and processes (ifneeded), minutes of the Evaluation Committees and negotiation meetings,Evaluation Reports, contract award decisions, etc. These should includestandardized forms to be used for International and Local Shopping methods toconform to the PPA or World Bank standards; Inconsultation with the Project's beneficiary agencies, prepare and update theProject's Annual Procurement Plan and Budget detailing contract packages(including estimated cost) for goods, consultancy services and non-consultingservices, the procurement/selection methods and processing times untilcompletion of each procurement activity; Monitorprocurement implementation of and update the Procurement Plan on a atleastbi-weekly basis and whenever  it becomesnecessary to do so; Preparethe General Procurement Notice (GPN), Specific Procurement Notices (SPNs) ,Invitation for Bids (IFBs), Request for Expressions of Interest (REoIs) and other solicitation documentswhenever required; Establisha register of qualified suppliers and consultants and periodically update thisregister to facilitate advertisements, solicitations and drawing up ofshortlists when so required; Inconsultation with the Implementing Units and relevant technical staffs of thePMU, coordinate  the preparation of (ToRs),technical specifications using standard documentation agreed with theWorldBank and Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL), and also participate  in evaluation ofbids, expressions ofinterest for preparation of shortlists, pre-qualification of suppliers, etc.,where necessary. The International Procurement Specialist shall review ToRs andspecifications for completeness, consistency and fairness, and if necessarysuggest amendments; Initiatethe procurement processes, including those for International and National Competitive Bidding procedures,ensuring compliance with agreed procurement methods' threshold, priorreviewrequirements specific  to the project andagreed aggregate  threshold amounts forless competitive procurement methods; Presidingover bidding procedures and participating in bid/proposal opening sessions, bidand proposal evaluations  and ensuringthat the appropriate Guidelines are followed to arrive at the recommendationsfor award of contracts; In caseof procurement actions requiring IDA "no objection", coordinate the dispatch ofprocurement document to IDA (including through PROCYS for prior reviewactivities), monitor IDA response time on issuing "no objections" at differentlevels of the procurement process and follow-up accordingly; Coordinatethe response to procurement inquiries and communicate the result of theevaluation processes to the applicants in response to the Guidelines; Monitorand ensure timely responses to procurement questions raised by the WorldBank.  For services, follow-up with theshort listed consultants within 10 days of RFP dispatch, to ensure theirparticipation in the selection exercise; Superintend over procurement clarificationmeetings (if any) and develop clarifications/amendments to procurementdocumentations (if needed); Participatein selection of Evaluation Committees and assume the role of the Committee'ssecretary in recording the minutes of the meetings; Preparethe minutes of the Evaluation Committee meetings and prepare the requests for"no objection" and coordinate and participate in contract negotiationprocess,where necessary; Preparedraft and final contracts, and ensure timely distribution of all relevantprocurement and contract documents to relevant stakeholders; Ensuretimely receipt of the goods and consultant's status reports, confirmingacceptability of the goods delivered, and also acceptability of consultants reportsas reviewed, and recommending payments to the services providers as they becomedue; Establisha performance monitoring database for all suppliers and consultants, and ensureefficiency and timeliness in the delivery of outputs from the services providers; Liaisewith all relevant Implementing Units and the PMU with a view to preparingmonthly, semi-annual and annual procurement reports (or other periodsas may berequired) as inputs into the Project Management Reports (PMR) to be submittedto the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, World Bank and otherrelevant agencies; Regularmonitoring of procurement across the Project and problem-solving as neededincluding regular updates on problems experienced and on changing needs forspecific types of advice; Establishand maintain a central procurement filing system (both electronicallyandmanually), and ensure all related documents are included in the respectivefiles, to ensure ease of retrieval of information and the ease of following thetrail of procurement by independent external auditors or authorized agents; AdviseMoFED on processes for disposal of un-required stores and equipment includingactual disposal in line with the Laws of Sierra Leone; Providetraining and capacity building needs of procurement staffs of the PMU/MoFED and other identified stakeholders toensure long-term sustainability of theproject outcomes, with a view of strengthening staff capacities andskills, filling skills gap  and alsosupport institutional strengthening; Provideadvice, mentoring, coaching and providing on-the-job training for relevantprocurement staffs in the PMU/MoFED, and advise them to plan and execute allstages of the procurement cycle in accordance with World Bank  and nationalprocurement procedures; Assistin supervising contracts in accordance with the respective contract agreementsincluding the processing of payments, physical inspection and testing, receiptand transfer of the goods to the Client, submission of consultants' reports andclosing of respective contracts; Provideprocurement advisory services as and when needed; Participatein procurement audits and reviews of the Project; Superviseall procurement staff within the PMU and assign tasks to them as andwhen necessary; Workwith relevant managers to identify their procurement needs under the Projectand help them manage the procurement planning and execution process in a timelyway; Assist in dealingwith claims, bid challenges and litigations relating to contracts andprocurement; Develop andimplement a robust procurement monitoring system and follow up mechanisms toensure that procurement activities are carried out as planned; identify anydeviations and take appropriate actions and submit regular periodic procurementreports to the Project Manager; Initiateappropriate quality assurance procedures to the procurement function of theProject; Carryout any other relevant duties that may from time to time be assigned by the PMUProject Manager. 4.0  Reporting,Communication and Time Schedules 4.1  The InternationalProcurement Specialist shall report directly to the PMU Project Manager andwill prepare monthly,  Quarterly,Semi-Annual and Annual procurement reports (or for any period as necessary) asinputs into the Project Management Reports and, in addition, preparesotherprocurement reports, as and when needed. 4.2  Emphasis willbe placed on highly effective, regularand detailed communication with the PMU Project Manager and relevant componentmanagers; 4.3  S/he will be required to assess technical skillstransfer to the counterpart staffs; 4.4  S/he is expected to report and analyze all problemsexperienced with procurement, more specifically on the Project,  so that remedial andcapacity-building actionscan be promptly taken; 4.5  S/he shall make inputs into reports prepared by thecounterpart staffs as needed. 5.0 Deliverables TheIPS will be expected to produce thefollowing deliverables, among others: Ø Procurement Plans Ø Budgets andSelection criteria Ø Procurementnotices and reports Ø Various solicitationdocuments Ø Clarifications/amendmentsto various procurement and solicitation documents; Ø Bid/Proposalevaluations Ø Minutes ofnegotiations Ø Draft and finalcontracts Ø Capacity buildingand training plans and reports Ø Action plans for trainingsand capacity building programmes Short-listing,evaluation reports, records of public bid/proposal openings Minutes of meetingsfor confirmation of the expressions of interest/ proposals Minutes ofnegotiation (as applicable) Notifications ofcontracts awarded ProcurementMonitoring Reports Other reports anddocuments as required. 6.0 Qualifications,Experience and Competencies Minimum Master's degree in Procurementwith minimum of 12 years of experience in public procurement practices andprocedures, 8 of which must have been served as a Procurement Specialistor Procurement Manager or Procurement Consultant; Minimum of 5 years of experience inhandling, managing or overseeing international procurement for World Bankfunded or administered projects; the minimum country experience oninternational public procurement of World Bank funded or administeredprojects should be two (2) countries, however, having worked in more than two(2) counties shall gain added advantage; Membership in a recognizedprocurement-related institute, such as CIPS or ISM; Knowledge of/experience with World Bank/other internationaldevelopment organizations' procurement procedures would be an addedadvantage; Good knowledge ofthe institutional,technical, and commercial aspects of procurement; Experience in delivering trainings and capacity buildingprogrammes at international level; Demonstrated high experience in contract management at manageriallevel; Fluencyin spoken English and ability to write lucid reports anddocuments in English is required; Strongorganization skills and ability to work in a team-oriented,dynamic and diverse environment; Proven track recordin workingeffectively within multidisciplinary teams, recognize the value of sharingideas, knowledge and information with others and takes personalresponsibility for doing so; Excellent interpersonal skills, sound judgment, communicationskills, training experience, ability to identify and resolve policy andoperational constraints; Demonstrated computer skills, knowledge of Microsoft Office Suiteespecially, Word, Excel and PowerPoint; Abilityto handle multiple taskssimultaneously, set priorities,and work independently, or under minimum supervision; Demonstrated capacity for initiative and efficient decision makingwith competent analytical and problem solving skills; Demonstrated competence by the level of timeliness and accuracy theindividual displays in carrying out his/her role, personal energy andenthusiasm and willingness to exceed expectations in his/her role; Ability to plan and organize effectively and build alternativeactions into plans, deploying resources effectively and reviewingpriorities; A commitment to supporting counterpartstaff to achieve the outcomes and objectives of the Project; Recognition and respect of peers, and ademonstrated ability to interact effectively and collegially with peers atall levels; Demonstrated ability to make soundjudgments on capacity issues that will require management referral andguidance; Demonstrated ability to work effectivelyin a mentoring role; Demonstrated ability to communicateideas and analyses clearly and tactfully, both orally and in writing; Demonstrated ability to assist andsupport the development of useful procurement processes and procedureseffectively; Demonstrated ability to transfer skillsand knowledge ? previous training or teaching experience is a plus; Demonstrated ability to adapt tochallenges and changes in the workplace. 7.0 Facilitiesand Services to be Provided by the Client The Client will provide: Accessto all information and stakeholders to facilitate the assignment Adequateoffice space with essential office furniture and office equipment; and Accessto Internet, and network resources, where necessary 8.0 Period ofthe Assignment 8.1  The duration of the assignment is for aninitial period of 12 months beginning 15thJanuary 2015(subject to negotiations with the successful candidate), but not later than 16thFebruary 2015. Subject to consultants' satisfactory performance of theassignment, the Contract would be extended only for at most another 12 monthsperiod (based on the unit rates included in the original signed contract). 9.0 Location The IPS will belocated within theProject Management Unit of the PFMICP in the Ministry ofFinance and EconomicDevelopment, Freetown, Sierra Leone with travels to the provinces. 10.0         General Information Ø All posts will beadvertised on an equal opportunity basis and qualified women and men areencouraged to apply. Ø  Competitiveand attractivesalaries and conditions of service will be offered to the successful candidate. Ø  Employmentwill be on full-timebasis, and contracts will be for oneyear subject toannual review with a possibility of renewal. Ø  Theperformance criteria thatwill be used to assess the performance of the International ProcurementSpecialist at regular intervals and based upon which the contract maybecontinued or terminated is the effectiveness, efficiency and quality ofdelivering on the Scope of Services, Duties and Responsibilities and Deliverablesof the assignment. 11.0         Language of Assignment The language of the assignmentshall beEnglish Language. 12.0         Modeof Application All applications in writing should be accompanied by up-to-dateCurriculum Vitae and supporting documents (Note: do not send originals) withthe names and addresses of three referees, one of which should be thelast orcurrent employer and addressed to: The Senior Deputy Financial Secretary(Fiscal) Ministry of Finance and Economic Development Treasury Building George Street Freetown, Sierra Leone Or By E-mailapplication as attachment(including all supporting documents) to: pfmicpmu@mofed.gov.sl andmofedpfmicp@gmail.com. Pleaseindicateclearly on the envelop (in the case of hard copy application) or in the emailsubject heading and attachment (in the case of electronic applications) thepost for which application is made. Closing Date: The ClosingDate and time for receipt of applications is 14th December 2015 at5:00 pmGMT. Only short-listed candidates will becontacted.

PFM Improvement and Consolidation - P133424

PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT AND CONSOLIDATION PROJECT | Published April 16, 2015  -  Deadline May 4, 2015
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Terms Of Reference For International Procurement Specialist At The Public Financial Management Improvement And Consolidation Project, Ministry Of Finance And Economic Development, Sierra Leone TERMSOF REFERENCE FOR INTERNATIONALPROCUREMENT SPECIALIST AT THE PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT ANDCONSOLIDATION PROJECT, MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, SIERRALEONE Date of Issue: 17th April,2015 1.0 Background 1.1       The PublicFinancial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project (PFMICP) is asuccessor to the just ended Integrated Public Financial Management ReformProject (IPFMRP). It will build on and reinforce the successes and address theweaknesses of IPFMRP.  The ProjectDevelopment Objective (PDO) is: "Toimprove budget planning and credibility, financial control, accountability, andoversight in government finances in Sierra Leone". The Project, which willbenefit various MDAs and Local Councils, will comprise the followingcomponents: Component 1: Enhancing Budget planning andcredibility The objectivesof this component are to:strengthen the macro fiscal forecasting and Public Investment functions ofgovernment to improve overall budget planning; strengthen systems andprocedures for budget formulation; and build capacity for managing contingentliabilities. Component 2:Financial Control,Accountability and Oversight The objective of this component is tostrengthen financial control in government, improve accountability systems andpractices, and enhance independent and public oversight in the management anduse of public finances in Sierra Leone. Component 3: Supporting the Strengthening ofRevenue Mobilization and Administration Systems The objectives of thiscomponent are to: strengthen revenue policy and oversight of revenuecollection; improve the efficiency and integrity of revenue administration; toincrease domestic revenue, and to integrate revenue systems with overall PFMsystem. Component 4: Strengthening Local Governance,Financial Management and Accountability Systems The objective of this component is toimprove the capacity of the financial management systems in local councils andstrengthen the accountability and oversight institutions to enhance servicedelivery efficiency and effectiveness. Component 5: PFM Reform Coordination and ProjectManagement The objective of this component is to provide acontinuing institutional andcoordination basis for overseeing the implementation of the PFM Reform Strategyas a whole as well as manage the implementation of the proposed project. 1.2      To purse the GoSL's PFM agenda, the Government has receivedfinancing from the International Development Association (IDA), a pooledfunding from the African Development Bank, and a Multi-Donor Trust Fund fromthe European Union and UK's Department for International Development for thePFMICP (with an estimated Project duration of four years). The PFMICP will beadministered by the World Bank. 1.4       In furtherance of theabove objectives, the Government intends to use part of the proceeds of thefinancing to engage a suitably qualified and experienced person to fill theposition of International ProcurementSpecialist. 2.0 Objectives ofthe Assignment 2.1       The objective of the assignment is torecruit a procurement specialist with internationalexperience to: i) manage and carry out the procurement activities required forimplementation of the Project in accordance with the Project's covenantdocuments such as the Financing and Grant Agreements, World Bank's Guidelinesand procedures, among other; and (ii) build the procurement capacity of theMoFED / PMU Procurement Unit in order to ensure long-term sustainability of the projectoutcomes. This will ensureadequate hand-holding and capacity development/transfer. Additionally, theInternational Procurement Specialist with support and guide the end-users to prepare goodqualityToRs andtechnical specifications. 2.2       The International ProcurementSpecialist will coordinate hisactivities closely with the PMU and Implementing Units teams on activitiesrelated to the Project.   S/he will berequired to be familiar with the World Bank and Government of Sierra Leoneprocurement laws, procedures, regulations, policies, the Project's covenantdocuments, including the Financing and Grant Agreements, Project AppraisalDocument, Project Implementation Manual, Procurement and ConsultantsGuidelines, among others. 3.0  Scope ofServices, Duties and Responsibilities 3.1       The IPS will take overall charge of theproject's procurement management andconduct the tasks identified below byapplying technical practices and methods, and collecting and making use ofavailable and necessary data in carrying out the assignment.  The consultant shallwork in close consultationwith the Project Manager of the PMU.  Hewill discuss issues that would affect efficient procurement management with theProject Manager and agree on the ways to resolve them. The Specialist, shall inter alia, undertakethe following: 3.2.1 Review all available project documentsto facilitate the establishment of procurement  procedures for the management and implementation of the project; 3.2.2    Establisha procurement management system for the PMU based on the guideline andprocedures  for the conduct ofprocurement under World Bank funded projects and the government regulations forthe procurement of goods, non-consulting services and consultancy servicesunder the Public Procurement Act 2004 (PPA) of Sierra Leone and as may beamended; 3.2.3    Setup a procurement management tracking system for the PMU that would monitor theimplementation of procurement activities; 3.2.4    Usingthe World Bank's Standard procurement documents, prepare Bidding Documents andRequest for Proposals (REP), Request for Quotations, Letters of Invitations,clarifications/amendments to procurement documentation and processes (ifneeded), minutes of the Evaluation Committees and negotiation meetings,Evaluation Reports, contract award decisions, etc. These should includestandardized forms to be used for International and Local Shopping methods toconform to the PPA or World Bank standards; Inconsultation with the Project's beneficiary agencies, prepare and update theProject's Annual Procurement Plan and Budget detailing contract packages (includingestimated cost) for goods, consultancy services and non-consulting services, theprocurement/selection methods and processing times until completion of eachprocurement activity; Monitorprocurement implementation of and update the Procurement Plan on a atleastbi-weekly basis and whenever  it becomesnecessary to do so; Preparethe General Procurement Notice (GPN), Specific Procurement Notices (SPNs) ,Invitation for Bids (IFBs), Request for  Expressions of Interest (REoIs) and othersolicitation documents whenever required; Establisha register of qualified suppliers and consultants and periodically update thisregister to facilitate advertisements, solicitations and drawing up ofshortlists when so required; Inconsultation with the Implementing Units and relevant technical staffs of thePMU, coordinate  the preparation of (ToRs),technical specifications using standard documentation agreed with theWorldBank and Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL), and also participate  in evaluation ofbids, expressions ofinterest for preparation of shortlists, pre-qualification of suppliers, etc., wherenecessary. The International Procurement Specialist shall review ToRsandspecifications for completeness, consistency and fairness, and if necessarysuggest amendments; Initiatethe procurement processes, including those for International and National Competitive Bidding procedures,ensuring compliance with agreed procurement methods' threshold, priorreviewrequirements specific  to the project andagreed aggregate  threshold amounts forless competitive procurement methods; Presidingover bidding procedures and participating in bid/proposal opening sessions, bidand proposal evaluations  and ensuringthat the appropriate Guidelines are followed to arrive at the recommendationsfor award of contracts; In caseof procurement actions requiring IDA "no objection", coordinate the dispatch ofprocurement document to IDA (including through PROCYS for prior reviewactivities), monitor IDA response time on issuing "no objections" at differentlevels of the procurement process and follow-up accordingly; Coordinatethe response to procurement inquiries and communicate the result of theevaluation processes to the applicants in response to the Guidelines; Monitorand ensure timely responses to procurement questions raised by the WorldBank.  For services, follow-up with theshort listed consultants within 10 days of RFP dispatch, to ensure theirparticipation in the selection exercise; Superintendover procurement clarification meetings (if any) and developclarifications/amendments to procurement documentations (if needed); Participatein selection of Evaluation Committees and assume the role of the Committee'ssecretary in recording the minutes of the meetings; Preparethe minutes of the Evaluation Committee meetings and prepare the requests for"no objection" and coordinate and participate in contract negotiationprocess,where necessary; Prepare draftand final contracts, and ensure timely distribution of all relevant procurementand contract documents to relevant stakeholders; Ensuretimely receipt of the goods and consultant's status reports, confirmingacceptability of the goods delivered, and also acceptability of consultantsreports as reviewed, and recommending payments to the services providers asthey become due; Establisha performance monitoring database for all suppliers and consultants, and ensureefficiency and timeliness in the delivery of outputs from the servicesproviders; Liaisewith all relevant Implementing Units and the PMU with a view to preparingmonthly, semi-annual and annual procurement reports (or other periodsas may berequired) as inputs into the Project Management Reports (PMR) to be submittedto the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, World Bank and otherrelevant agencies; Regularmonitoring of procurement across the Project and problem-solving as neededincluding regular updates on problems experienced and on changing needs forspecific types of advice; Establishand maintain a central procurement filing system (both electronicallyandmanually), and ensure all related documents are included in the respectivefiles, to ensure ease of retrieval of information and the ease of following thetrail of procurement by independent external auditors or authorized agents; AdviseMoFED on processes for disposal of un-required stores and equipment includingactual disposal in line with the Laws of Sierra Leone; Providetraining and capacity building needs of  procurementstaffs of the PMU/MoFED and other identified stakeholders to ensure long-termsustainability of the projectoutcomes, with a view of strengthening staff capacities and skills, fillingskills gap  and also supportinstitutional strengthening; Provideadvice, mentoring, coaching and providing on-the-job training for relevantprocurement staffs in the PMU/MoFED, and advise them to plan and execute allstages of the procurement cycle in accordance with World Bank  and nationalprocurement procedures; Assistin supervising contracts in accordance with the respective contract agreementsincluding the processing of payments, physical inspection and testing, receiptand transfer of the goods to the Client, submission of consultants' reports andclosing of respective contracts; Provideprocurement advisory services as and when needed; Participatein procurement audits and reviews of the Project; Superviseall procurement staff within the PMU and assign tasks to them as andwhen necessary; Workwith relevant managers to identify their procurement needs under the Projectand help them manage the procurement planning and execution process in a timelyway; Assist in dealingwith claims, bid challenges and litigations relating to contracts andprocurement; Develop andimplement a robust procurement monitoring system and follow up mechanisms toensure that procurement activities are carried out as planned; identify anydeviations and take appropriate actions and submit regular periodic procurementreports to the Project Manager; Initiateappropriate quality assurance procedures to the procurement function of theProject; Carryout any other relevant duties that may from time to time be assigned by the PMUProject Manager. 4.0  Reporting,Communication and Time Schedules 4.1  The InternationalProcurement Specialist shall report directly to the PMU Project Manager and willprepare monthly,  Quarterly, Semi-Annualand Annual procurement reports (or for any period as necessary) as inputs intothe Project Management Reports and, in addition, prepares other procurementreports, as and when needed. 4.2  Emphasis willbe placed on highly effective, regularand detailed communication with the PMU Project Manager and relevant component managers; 4.3  S/he will be required to assess technical skillstransfer to the counterpart staffs; 4.4  S/he is expected to report and analyze all problemsexperienced with procurement, more specifically on the Project,  so that remedial andcapacity-building actionscan be promptly taken; 4.5  S/he shall make inputs into reports prepared by thecounterpart staffs as needed. 5.0 Deliverables TheIPS will be expected to produce thefollowing deliverables, among others: Ø Procurement Plans Ø Budgets and Selectioncriteria Ø Procurement noticesand reports Ø Varioussolicitation documents Ø Clarifications/amendmentsto various procurement and solicitation documents; Ø Bid/Proposalevaluations Ø Minutes ofnegotiations Ø Draft and final contracts Ø Capacity buildingand training plans and reports Ø Action plans for trainingsand capacity building programmes Short-listing,evaluation reports, records of public bid/proposal openings Minutes of meetingsfor confirmation of the expressions of interest/ proposals Minutes ofnegotiation (as applicable) Notifications ofcontracts awarded ProcurementMonitoring Reports Other reports anddocuments as required. 6.0 Qualifications,Experience and Competencies MinimumMaster's degree in Procurement with minimum of 12 years of experience inpublic procurement practices and procedures, 8 of which must have beenserved as a Procurement Specialist or Procurement Manager or ProcurementConsultant; Minimumof 5 years of experience in handling, managing or overseeing internationalprocurement for World Bank funded or administered projects; the minimumcountry experience on international public procurement of World Bankfunded or administered projects should be two (2) countries, however,having worked in more than two (2) counties shall gain added advantage; Membershipin a recognized procurement-related institute, such as CIPS or ISM; Knowledge of/experiencewith World Bank/other international development organizations' procurementprocedures would be an added advantage; Goodknowledge of the institutional, technical, and commercial aspects ofprocurement; Experience in deliveringtrainings and capacity building programmes at international level; Demonstrated highexperience in contract management at managerial level; Fluency in spoken Englishand ability to write lucid reports and documents in English is required; Strong organization skillsand ability to work in a team-oriented, dynamic and diverse environment; Proventrack record in working effectively within multidisciplinary teams, recognizethe value of sharing ideas, knowledge and information with others andtakes personal responsibility for doing so; Excellent interpersonalskills, sound judgment, communication skills, training experience, abilityto identify and resolve policy and operational constraints; Demonstrated computerskills, knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite especially, Word, Excel andPowerPoint; Ability to handle multipletasks simultaneously, set priorities, and work independently, orunderminimum supervision; Demonstrated capacity for initiative andefficient decision making with competent analytical and problem solvingskills; Demonstrated competence by the level oftimeliness and accuracy the individual displays in carrying out his/herrole, personal energy and enthusiasm and willingness to exceedexpectations in his/her role; Ability to plan and organize effectivelyand build alternative actions into plans, deploying resources effectivelyand reviewing priorities; Acommitment to supporting counterpart staff to achieve the outcomes andobjectives of the Project; Recognitionand respect of peers, and a demonstrated ability to interact effectivelyand collegially with peers at all levels; Demonstratedability to make sound judgments on capacity issues that will requiremanagement referral and guidance; Demonstratedability to work effectively in a mentoring role; Demonstratedability to communicate ideas and analyses clearly and tactfully,bothorally and in writing; Demonstratedability to assist and support the development of useful procurementprocesses and procedures effectively; Demonstratedability to transfer skills and knowledge ? previous training or teachingexperience is a plus; Demonstratedability to adapt to challenges and changes in the workplace. 7.0 Facilitiesand Services to be Provided by the Client TheClient will provide: Access to all information andstakeholders to facilitate the assignment Adequate office space with essentialoffice furniture and office equipment; and Access to Internet, and networkresources, where necessary 8.0 Period ofthe Assignment 8.1   The duration of theassignment is for aninitial period of 12 months beginning 15th January 2015(subject to negotiations with the successful candidate), but not later than 16thFebruary 2015. Subject to consultants' satisfactory performance of theassignment, the Contract would be extended only for at most another 12 monthsperiod (based on the unit rates included in the original signed contract). 9.0 Location The IPSwill be located within the Project Management Unit of the PFMICPin the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Freetown, SierraLeonewith travels to the provinces. 10.0         General Information Ø All posts will beadvertised on an equal opportunity basis and qualified women and men areencouraged to apply. Ø  Competitiveandattractivesalaries and conditions of service will be offered to the successful candidate. Ø  Employmentwillbe on full-timebasis, and contracts will be for oneyear subject toannual review with a possibility of renewal. Ø  Theperformancecriteria thatwill be used to assess the performance of the International ProcurementSpecialist at regular intervals and based upon which the contract maybecontinued or terminated is the effectiveness, efficiency and quality ofdelivering on the Scope of Services, Duties and Responsibilities andDeliverables of the assignment. 11.0         Language of Assignment The language of the assignmentshall beEnglish Language. 12.0         Modeof Application All applications in writingshould be accompanied by up-to-date Curriculum Vitae and supporting documents(Note: do not send originals) with the names and addresses of three referees,one of which should be the last or current employer and addressed to: TheSenior Deputy Financial Secretary (Fiscal) Ministry of Finance and Economic Development Treasury Building George Street Freetown, Sierra Leone Or By E-mailapplication as attachment(including all supporting documents) to: pfmicpmu@mofed.gov.sl andmofedpfmicp@gmail.com. Please indicate clearly on the envelop (in the case of hardcopy application) or in the email subject heading and attachment (in the caseof electronic applications) the post for which application is made. ClosingDate: The ClosingDate and time for receipt of applications is 4th May 2015 at 5:00pm GMT. Onlyshort-listed candidates will be contacted.