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Job Type:Government Organization

 

Fields of Education: MA/BA in Procurement, Supply Management, Management, Economics

 

Organization: Ministry of education

 

Salary : 20,000.00 Birr Per month

 

Posted:2016-06-04

 

Application Dead line:2016-06-17

 




Background

Current Educational Quality(MOE) is implementing the General Education Quality Improvement Program phase two (GEQIP-II) Under a sector Wide Approach(SWAP) by the pool funds obtained from the world Bank and other  development partner.

The proposal program will support the implementation of the following six components:

  • Curriculum, Textbooks and Assessment
  • Teacher Development Program(TDP),
  • School Improvement Program(SIP),
  • Management and
  •  Capacity Building including EMIS,
  • Improving  the quality of  Learning and Teaching  through the use of ICT and
  • Program Coordination, M&E and Communication For successful implementation of the program hiring of a national Procurement Specialists becomes unequivocal. The  appointment of the procurement specialists experts will    the smooth start-up

And increase the speed of the project implementation at the Ministry Regional and Universities.

  • Position One- Procurement Specialists (One person)
  • Educational Level:- MA/BA  in Procurement, Supply Management,
  • Management, Economics, Engineering, Development Studies or related field
  • Work Experience: - Minimum of 12 year for MA and 14 years for BA.
  • Salary:-20,000.00 Birr Per month (Twenty Thousand Ethiopian Birr Per month) Allowance per month (seven Hundred Birr)
  • Duration: - The length of this position is initially for one year extendable for three more years subject to the satisfactory performance.

 

Special Skill desired:-

  • Relevant experience in the procurement of textbooks and teaching material, goods and selection of consultancy services is required.
  • Proven familiarly with work world Bank Procurement guidelines and procedures including the World Bank Standard Bidding Document for Procurement   of good, textbooks   and teaching material and selection of consultation.
  • Relevant experience in government procurement of high-value good and service
  • All least/minimum of 5 year of work experience in World Bank funded project. To work at l department level is a plus or advantageous.
  • Good understanding of sector development programmes.
  • Strong staff development experience with demonstrable success in building capital and facilitation change using participatory methodologies.
  • Team work and communication skills.
  • Excellent report Writing skills and good command of both spoken and written English.
  • The ability to work flexibly and adapt to different styles of working.
  • Willingness to travel and work to implementing agencies throughout Ethiopia; and to woreda (district) educational offices, schools and other relevant institutions.

The Procurement Special will have the following duties and responsibilities;

The procurement specialist shall perform the following major task to fulfill the terms of reference. Specifically the specialist will perform the following tasks/activities:

  1.  The procurement specialist will  provide  technical support to all implementing agencies

  • Deliver  class room  training  or implementing agencies procurement  experts
  • Visit implement agencies and solve technical problems
  • Oversee the preparation of NCB and shopping and provide guidance to IA
  • Provide on job technical support to ensure quality of the procurement management
  • Review periodically the procurement plans and updating of the plans
  1. In  additional the procurement  specialist will support the preparation  of bidding document (packages), and evaluated of bids at the MOE for the following items:
    • The procurement-adaptation/development, printing and distribution of Grades 1-12 textbooks and teacher guides,
    • The selection and employment of international and national consultants (both firms and individual procurement specialists), and
    • The procurement of different teaching related materials (e.g. training manuals and modules).
  1.  Review the project Appraisal Document and the   development Financing Agreement for GEQIP II Project. Review the federal public procurement proclamation and directives.
  2. Make contact with all  executing agencies and prepare a procurement plan for the approval of the World Bank and other Development Partner  as required;
  3. Meet with the PCU as well as relevant bodies within the MOE and all the staff involved in procurement. Discuss the provisions of the applicable public procurement proclamation and directives, as well as agree a structure and   work flow necessary for efficient procurement performance.
  4. The Procurement Specialist will also engage and  undertake the following activities;
  5.  Facilitate the update  of the project procurement plan;
  6. Prepare all bid packages that are due at the time, including but not limited to:
  • (a)  Request for quotations,
  • (b)  Quotation Analysis  Report,
  • (c)   National Competitive Bidding (NCB) Document,
  • (d)   Advertisement for NCP Invitation  for Bids,
  • (e)   Minutes of public Bid opening,
  • (f)    Publication  of NCB  Contracts Award,
  • (g)   ICB Document,
  • (h)   Request for ‘No Objection’,
  • (i)    Advertisement  for  ICB  Invitation for Bids,
  • (j)    Bid Evaluation and Award  Recommendation Report,
  • (k)   Contract Document,
  • (l)    Publication of Award Notifications,
  • (m)  Request for Expression of Interest  (EOI),
  • (n)   EOI Evaluation and short Listing Report,
  • (o)   Requests for Proposals,
  • (p)   Technical  Evaluation  Report
  • (q)   Minutes of Public  Finance Proposal  Opening,
  • (r)    Combined Evaluation Report and Issues for Contract Negotiations,
  • (s)    Agreed Minutes of Contract  Negotiations  and Negotiated Contract,
  • (t)    Amendments to bidding document or contracts,
  • (u)   Justifications for single source selection or Direct  Contracting
  1. Establish a procurement status report to be submitted to the Management and Development Partners.
  2. Prepare periodic Procurement status report to be submitted to the Management and Development Partners.
  3. Prepare a detailed procurement plan/schedules in consultation with the procurement personal and obtain ‘’No Objection from the World Bank’’ for WB financial procurement.
  4. Prepare General Procurement Notice and forward it to the World Bank for publication in United Nation Development Business (UNDB)/ dg Market for WB financial procurement.
  5. Prepare bid document using World  Bank’s/ Public Procurement  Agency Standard bidding  document and SRFPS  providing correct, complete and  unambiguous  specification, standards and  TORs for procurement of Goods and Service financial By World Bank   and other development partners. Follow up and submit the bid documents and RFPs to the World Bank for obtaining No objection and make   such modifications in the said document as the World Bank may recommend.
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