The appointed candidate will be required to carry out the following:
- Contribute to preparing and implementing the Annual Work Programmes and Budgets (AWPB) of LCBC;
- Participate in preparing terms of reference, specifications and tender documents for services and works;
- Ensure the monitoring and control of works carried out by service providers (compliance with norms, standards and dosages);
- Draft periodic reports (monthly, quarterly and annual) to monitor the activities of LCBC under his/her responsibility;
- Fully collaborate in the evaluation, supervision and mid-term review of LCBC projects;
- Perform other duties, as assigned by LCBC
- Reporting Line: Head of Division, Basin Observatory
Education and Competencies
- Masters’ degree in Rural Engineering or Civil Engineering.
- Minimum of five (5) years of relevant professional experience in the field of rural works, in particular: roads, productive installations, hydro-agricultural infrastructures, hydraulic infrastructures and structuring village infrastructures;
- Proven experience in supervising the construction of rural infrastructures (fish-ponds, irrigated areas, agroforestry, etc.);
- Working knowledge of the participatory approach;
- Good working knowledge of IT.
- Good knowledge of project management and the Lake Chad Basin region would be desirable.
- Experience in the field of environmental protection and preservation, the construction of weirs, dikes and small water control infrastructures would be a great asset.
- Languages: Fluency in English and/or French.
- Age limit: 50 years as at 1 January 2019.
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