|Date Posted:||Aug 29, 2018|
|Closing Date:||Sep 17, 2018|
|Work Type:||Full Time|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Salary Range:||Salary is negotiableAFG|
|Years of Experience:||8 Years|
|Contract Duration:||Open Ended|
|Probation Period:||3 months|
About GreenTech Dunia Consulting:
GreenTech Dunia (GTD) is a registered project management Consulting Company (MoCI license No.: D- 78011) established in 2015. We stand for environmental sustainability and innovation embedded in a global mindset. GTD’s team consists of experienced experts from various professional fields, who have successfully completed projects in Afghanistan, Germany, Pakistan, UAE, and Iran. GTD's team is committed to delivering value-based and innovative solutions to its clients by applying a management approach that considers not only the science but also the art of project management. GTD pursues a team-work approach by closely cooperating with all involved stakeholders throughout the entire lifecycle of a project. GTD maintains an expert database with up to 3,000 national and 500 international experts. GTD has local and international cooperation partners in various sectors; thus sustaining the global mindset of the company. GTD's goal is to contribute to the improvement of people's living standards through the employment of a holistic approach. This approach takes into account social and economic factors alike; consequently allows us to develop appropriate technologies for the sustainable development of emerging economies. GTD is developing and managing projects in the field of renewable energy, water, agriculture, and environment. GTD’s commitment to the cause is further strengthened by the fact that it dedicates 5 % of its annual profit to other research and development projects in Afghanistan.
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Duties & Responsibilities:
(i) Assist the team leader in managing and implementing the project and ensuring compliance with the project implementation plan, the loan agreement, and the project agreement(s), particularly with ADB’s SPS (2009) requirements and project environment-related legal covenants
(ii)Assist in the preparation and review of initial environmental examinations for subprojects, and assist the PMU in the appraisal and approval of eligible subprojects; Assist PMU and PIUs in ensuring safeguard compliance—with a particular emphasis on the monitoring of implementation of the environmental management plans (EMPs) through the site-specific environmental monitoring plans and related aspects of the project;
(iii)Provide on-the-job trainings to the PMU’s environmental officer, ABE investors, and contractor’s staff prior to the start of facility construction and installation to develop their knowledge and understanding of the environmental, social, health, and safety aspects of the project, and build capacity of staff in PMU and PIUs to undertake their tasks in EMP monitoring;
(iv) Assist PMU in preparation of bi-annual environmental monitoring reports for further submission to ADB; and
Contribute inputs to the ISC’s quarterly progress reports for project management and supervision and the brief monthly summary reports, highlighting potential and actual issues and/or problems related to EMPs and recommending corrective measures and/or actions for PMU’s actions.
Job Location:Afghanistan, Bamian, Ghazni, Gardez, Kabul, Khost, Kunar, Laghman, Nangarhar, Paktia, Paktika, Wardak
The environmental specialist must have at least bachelor’s degree in environmental science or natural resource management or the equivalent from a recognized institution.
Have at least 8 years of continuous experience working in the field of environmental management.
The specialist is also required to have considerable experience in environmental monitoring and be familiar with the laws and regulations of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan related to environmental safeguards as well as having had experience in ADB-financed projects as environmentalists. The specialist will be guided by the government’s procedures on environmental management, ADB’s Safeguards Policy Statement (SPS, 2009), and the project’s environmental assessment and review framework. Having training skills and experience would also be an advantage