CURRENT TENDER & VACANCY

 

Request for Expression Of Interest

TvAIP Safeguards Specialist

Tuvalu Aviation Investment Project (TvAIP)

Reference: MTET/INDV/T-D49

  1. This Request for Expressions of Interest follows the General Procurement Notice for this project that appeared in dgMarket online 26th July 2011 and published Issue no 804, 16th August 2011 and re-advertised 30th March 2015.
  2. The Government of Tuvalu (GoT) is currently implementing the Tuvalu Aviation Investment Project (TvAIP), as part of the regional Pacific Aviation Investment Program (PAIP) supported by the World Bank. PAIP is a regional aviation program with the development objective to provide safe and secure air transport operations and environmentally sustainable and efficient airports. The project’s implementing Entity is the Ministry of Transport, Energy and Tourism (MTET) Tuvalu. TvAIP now intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for Consulting Services of a Safeguard Specialist.  
  3. TvAIP now seeks a Safeguard Specialist to provide periodic technical advice and support for TvAIP on an as needed basis to support implementation of TvAIP activities and to support safeguard compliance for project investments and activities.

This will involve a variety of tasks such as reviewing various safeguard documents developed under TvAIP, providing technical support to safeguards and environmental issues, supporting the effective implementation of safeguards programs including Gender Based Violence (GBV), HIV Awareness and other similar community social training programs.

  1. A detailed description of the requirements of the position is included in the Terms of Reference (TOR). You may download a copy of the TOR from following link: https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/k3p9dmw46cry9a6daxnsh/21-03-22-D49-TvAIP-Safeguards-Specialist.docx?dl=0&rlkey=rna8dbnv5mak5hwcabxnflsrh
  2. It is anticipated that the Consultant will commence as soon as possible estimated o/a April 2021 over a twelve (12) month period, on a Task Order basis.  Work inputs will vary according to project requirements; hence there is no guarantee on the actual level of effort to be used for the duration of the contract. The Consultant must also be available to travel to Tuvalu once COVID-19 travel restrictions are lifted.
  3. MTET now invites interested and eligible persons to provide their Expression of Interest consisting of a i) Curriculum Vitae, ii) list of 3 references with relevant contract details and iii) a Statement addressing the Selection Criteria contained within the TOR, demonstrating that they possess the relevant qualifications and experience to perform the services.

The consultant shall meet the following qualification requirements:

  1. The consultant will have a relevant tertiary qualification from a recognized institution in Environmental Science (or similar), Sociology, Anthropology, or some cognate social science.
  2. At least five (5) years’ experience in safeguard monitoring and compliance of civil works projects, particularly in environmental, land resettlement and HIV/AIDS programs within project frameworks.
  • iii. Excellent verbal, written and presentation communication skills in English, with demonstrable high-level reporting skills.
  1. Experience in working in developing countries, particularly in the Pacific region will be an advantage; and
  2. Familiarity with project requirements and application of the World Bank Safeguard Policies.

The most qualified and suitable candidate may be interviewed prior to negotiating a Contract.

  1. A firm is eligible to nominate an individual – however, note that only the experience and qualifications of the nominated individual shall be used in the selection process, and that (their) corporate experience shall not be taken into account. The firm, if proposing an individual must specify whether the contract would be signed with the firm or the proposed individual.
  1. The attention of interested Consultants (including firms) is drawn to paragraph 3.14, 3.16 and 3.17 of the World Bank’s Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers July 2016, revised in November 2017 (“the Regulations”), setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest.

9.      Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form by email (no more than 3MG) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 12th April 2021 and should be clearly marked “Expression of Interest for TvAIP Safeguards Specialist, Contract Reference Number: MTET/INDV/T-D49”


Request for Expression Of Interest

TvAIP Airport/Aviation Specialist

Tuvalu Aviation Investment Project (TvAIP)

Reference: MTET/INDV/T-D51

  1. This Request for Expressions of Interest follows the General Procurement Notice for this project that appeared in dgMarket online 26th July 2011 and published Issue no 804, 16th August 2011 and re-advertised 30th March 2015.
  2. The Government of Tuvalu (GoT) is currently implementing the Tuvalu Aviation Investment Project (TvAIP), as part of the regional Pacific Aviation Investment Program (PAIP) supported by the World Bank. PAIP is a regional aviation program with the development objective to provide safe and secure air transport operations and environmentally sustainable and efficient airports. The project’s implementing Entity is the Ministry of Transport, Energy and Tourism (MTET) Tuvalu. TvAIP now intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for Consulting Services of an Airport/Aviation Specialist.
  3. TvAIP now seeks an Airport/Aviation Specialist to provide airport/aviation expertise and inputs contributing to an Options Paper to support the consideration of a new proposed airfield at Funafuti by Government of Tuvalu.

This consultancy assignment will lead and coordinate the preparation and development of the Options Paper with contribution from other specialists, consultants and the project team.

  1. A detailed description of the requirements of the position is included in the Terms of Reference (TOR). You may download a copy of the TOR from following link: https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/6bdpn75ghja5idbyobobd/21-03-02-D51-Airport-Aviation-Specialist_for-NOL.docx?dl=0&rlkey=ajoxvdz90roa7n3i09aq4utm8
  2. It is anticipated that the Consultant will commence as soon as possible over a four (4) month period, on a Task Order basis. Work inputs will vary according to project requirements; hence there is no guarantee on the actual level of effort to be used for the duration of the contract. The Consultant must also be available to travel to Tuvalu once COVID-19 travel restrictions are lifted.
  3. MTET now invites interested and eligible persons to provide their Expression of Interest consisting of a i) Curriculum Vitae, ii) list of 3 references with relevant contract details and iii) a Statement addressing the Selection Criteria contained within the TOR, demonstrating that they possess the relevant qualifications and experience to perform the services.

The consultant shall have following but not limited to:

  1. Relevant tertiary qualification in areas such as aviation, business administration, engineering, or other relevant discipline from a recognized institution; or equivalent professional experience in the aviation sector;
  2. Minimum of ten years (10) years’ work experience in an aviation/airport management role;
  • Demonstrated experience in the management of aerodrome systems and services including air navigation aids, AGL, Aerodrome Manuals, AIP, GNSS, OLS, and other systems and services applicable to Tuvalu;
  1. Proven experience and knowledge in the application and implementation of the ICAO/NZCAA Rule system, certification and compliance processes. Familiarity with PASO and local regulatory requirements.
  2. Excellent verbal, written and presentation communication skills in English, with demonstrable high-level report-writing skills.
  3. Experience with donor funded projects is desirable;
  • Demonstrated work experience in small island developing states, particularly in the Pacific Region;

The most qualified and suitable candidate may be interviewed prior to negotiating a Contract.

  1. A firm is eligible to nominate an individual – however, note that only the experience and qualifications of the nominated individual shall be used in the selection process, and that (their) corporate experience shall not be taken into account. The firm, if proposing an individual must specify whether the contract would be signed with the firm or the proposed individual.
  2. The attention of interested Consultants (including firms) is drawn to paragraph 3.14, 3.16 and 3.17 of the World Bank’s Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers July 2016, revised in November 2017 (“the Regulations”), setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest.
  3. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form by email (no more than 3MG) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 12th April 2021 and should be clearly marked “Expression of Interest for TvAIP Airport/Aviation Specialist, Contract Reference Number: MTET/INDV/T-D51”

Request for Expression Of Interest

TvAIP Economist/Financial Specialist - Aviation

Tuvalu Aviation Investment Project (TvAIP)

Reference: MTET/INDV/T-D52

  1. This Request for Expressions of Interest follows the General Procurement Notice for this project that appeared in dgMarket online 26th July 2011 and published Issue no 804, 16th August 2011 and re-advertised 30th March 2015.
  2. The Government of Tuvalu (GoT) is currently implementing the Tuvalu Aviation Investment Project (TvAIP), as part of the regional Pacific Aviation Investment Program (PAIP) supported by the World Bank. PAIP is a regional aviation program with the development objective to provide safe and secure air transport operations and environmentally sustainable and efficient airports. The project’s implementing Entity is the Ministry of Transport, Energy and Tourism (MTET) Tuvalu. TvAIP now intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for the Consulting Services of an Aviation Economist/Financial Specialist.
  3. TvAIP now seeks an Economist/Financial Specialist - Aviation to provide economic and aviation financial expertise and inputs contributing to an Options Paper to support the consideration of a new proposed airfield at Funafuti by Government of Tuvalu.
  4. A detailed description of the requirements of the position is included in the Terms of Reference (TOR). You may download a copy of the TOR from following link: https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/0nhpcje6olxaqdci4c0uj/21-03-02-D52-Economist-Finance-Specialist_for-NOL.docx?dl=0&rlkey=c2c8q7z63irt8hrwrjanlai9f
  5. It is anticipated that the Consultant will commence as soon as possible over a four (4) month period, on a Task Order basis. Work inputs will vary according to project requirements; hence there is no guarantee on the actual level of effort to be used for the duration of the contract. The Consultant must also be available to travel to Tuvalu once COVID-19 travel restrictions are lifted.
  6. MTET now invites interested and eligible persons to provide their Expression of Interest consisting of a i) Curriculum Vitae, ii) list of 3 references with relevant contract details and iii) a Statement addressing the Selection Criteria contained within the TOR, demonstrating that they possess the relevant qualifications and experience to perform the services.

The consultant shall meet the following qualification requirements:

  1. Relevant tertiary qualification in areas such as finance, commerce, economics, or other relevant discipline from a recognized institution; or equivalent professional experience in the aviation sector;
  2. Minimum of seven years (7) years’ work experience in economics, commerce or finance;
  • Demonstrated experience in application of financial modelling or economic analysis for aviation including aerodrome charges, airport operations, airline or airport cost models etc.
  1. Demonstrated ability to work independently, with initiative and at high quality levels, as well as demonstrated ability to effectively working in small teams;
  2. Excellent verbal, written and presentation communication skills in English, with demonstrable high-level report-writing skills.
  3. Willingness to travel at short notice for intense in-country periods of several weeks at a time;
  • Experience with donor funded projects is desirable;
  • Demonstrated work experience in small island developing states, particularly in the Pacific Region;
  1. Knowledge of the Pacific aviation sector is desirable.

The most qualified and suitable candidate may be interviewed prior to negotiating a Contract.

  1. A firm is eligible to nominate an individual – however, note that only the experience and qualifications of the nominated individual shall be used in the selection process, and that (their) corporate experience shall not be taken into account. The firm, if proposing an individual must specify whether the contract would be signed with the firm or the proposed individual.
  1. The attention of interested Consultants (including firms) is drawn to paragraph 3.14, 3.16 and 3.17 of the World Bank’s Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers July 2016, revised in November 2017 (“the Regulations”), setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest.
  1. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form by email (no more than 3MG) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 12th April 2021 and should be clearly marked “Expression of Interest for TvAIP Economist/Financial Specialist - Aviation, Contract Reference Number: MTET/INDV/T-D52”

Request for Expression Of Interest

TvAIP Airport Infrastructure Specialist

Tuvalu Aviation Investment Project (TvAIP)

Reference: MTET/INDV/T-D53

  1. This Request for Expressions of Interest follows the General Procurement Notice for this project that appeared in dgMarket online 26th July 2011 and published Issue no 804, 16th August 2011 and re-advertised 30th March 2015.
  2. The Government of Tuvalu (GoT) is currently implementing the Tuvalu Aviation Investment Project (TvAIP), as part of the regional Pacific Aviation Investment Program (PAIP) supported by the World Bank. PAIP is a regional aviation program with the development objective to provide safe and secure air transport operations and environmentally sustainable and efficient airports. The project’s implementing Entity is the Ministry of Transport, Energy and Tourism (MTET) Tuvalu. TvAIP now intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for the Consulting Services of an Airport Infrastructure Specialist.
  3. TvAIP now seeks an Airport Infrastructure Specialist to provide airport infrastructure expertise and inputs contributing to an Options Paper to support the consideration of a new proposed airfield at Funafuti by the Government of Tuvalu.
  4. A detailed description of the requirements of the position is included in the Terms of Reference (TOR). You may download a copy of the TOR from following link: https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/6bdpn75ghja5idbyobobd/21-03-02-D51-Airport-Aviation-Specialist_for-NOL.docx?dl=0&rlkey=ajoxvdz90roa7n3i09aq4utm8
  5. It is anticipated that the Consultant will commence as soon as possible over a four (4) month period, on a Task Order basis. Work inputs will vary according to project requirements; hence there is no guarantee on the actual level of effort to be used for the duration of the contract. The Consultant must also be available to travel to Tuvalu once COVID-19 travel restrictions are lifted.
  6. MTET now invites interested and eligible persons to provide their Expression of Interest consisting of a i) Curriculum Vitae, ii) list of 3 references with relevant contract details and iii) a Statement addressing the Selection Criteria contained within the TOR, demonstrating that they possess the relevant qualifications and experience to perform the services.

The consultant shall meet the following qualification requirements:

  1. Relevant tertiary qualification in Civil Engineering, or other relevant discipline from a recognized institution; or equivalent professional experience in the aviation sector;
  2. Minimum of seven years (7) years’ work experience in airport infrastructure design and construction;
  • Demonstrated experience in design, supervision or construction of airport pavements, terminal buildings or other aerodrome structures.
  1. Demonstrated knowledge of aerodrome systems such as air navigation aids, airfield ground lighting, ARFF, air traffic control towers and other aerodrome services.
  2. Excellent verbal, written and presentation communication skills in English, with demonstrable high-level report-writing skills.
  3. Experience with donor funded projects is desirable;
  • Demonstrated work experience in small island developing states, particularly in the Pacific Region;
  • Knowledge of the Pacific aviation sector is desirable.

The most qualified and suitable candidate may be interviewed prior to negotiating a Contract.

  1. A firm is eligible to nominate an individual – however, note that only the experience and qualifications of the nominated individual shall be used in the selection process, and that (their) corporate experience shall not be taken into account. The firm, if proposing an individual must specify whether the contract would be signed with the firm or the proposed individual.
  1. The attention of interested Consultants (including firms) is drawn to paragraph 3.14, 3.16 and 3.17 of the World Bank’s Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers July 2016, revised in November 2017 (“the Regulations”), setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest.
  1. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form by email (no more than 3MG) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 12th April 2021 and should be clearly marked “Expression of Interest for TvAIP Airport Infrastructure Specialist, Reference Number: MTET/INDV/T-D53