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GEF Sustainable Integrated Water Resources and Wastewater Management Project (Pacific IWRM Project). SOPAC. GEF Recruitment Process Outline. Regional Project Coordination Unit Positions Terms of Reference (TOR’s) Timeline Requirements National Project Staff Recruitment Process Positions

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GEF Sustainable Integrated Water Resources and Wastewater Management Project (Pacific IWRM Project)

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GEF Recruitment Process Outline

  • Regional Project Coordination Unit

    • Positions

    • Terms of Reference (TOR’s)

    • Timeline

    • Requirements

  • National Project Staff Recruitment Process

    • Positions

    • Terms of Reference

    • In-country Preparations, requirements and Timeline


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Regional Project Coordination Unit (PCU)

  • PCU will be established within SOPAC

  • Provide technical support, coordination and a management function for implementation of the Pacific IWRM Project

  • Provide this in accordance with Rules and Procedures of Implementing Agencies (IA’s) UNDP and UNEP and SOPAC as Executing Agency (EA)

  • Includes 4 positions - Regional Project Manager, Environmental Engineer/Manager, Communications/Community Assessment and Participation and Financial Adviser


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Regional Project Coordination Unit Positions and TOR’s

  • Regional Project Manager

    • Overall coordination, implementation, supervision and delivery of the project

    • Accountable to Regional Steering Committee (RSC), EA and IA’s

    • Secretary to the RSC

  • Environmental Engineer/Manager Specialist

    • Technical delivery of regional and national components

    • Work with PCU and principal technical support


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Regional Project Coordination Unit Positions and TOR’s

  • Communications/Community Assessment and Participation Adviser

    • Community assessment, participation, information, communication and education activities of the project

    • Supporting both national and regional components

  • Financial Adviser

    • Financial management of Pacific IWRM Project

    • Support both national and regional components

    • Works closely with the PCU and national project teams


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Tentative Timeline

  • June 2008: PCU Positions Advertised

  • August 8 2008: Application Deadline

  • September 2008: SOPAC Internal Shortlists

  • September 2008: Interview and Assessment Process

  • October 2008: Confirmation and Offer of Contract

  • October 2008 – December 2008: PCU start


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Preparation and Requirements

  • SOPAC to finalise recruitment process and arrangements

  • SOPAC to organise office space, equipment etc.

  • Pacific IWRM Focal Points to nominate one suitable member to represent SC on recruitment panel:

    • Someone who has experience with recruitment processes

    • Someone who is confident with current understanding of the entire Pacific IWRM Project

    • Someone who can commit the time to the process


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National Project Staff Recruitment Process

  • National Project Teams established in 13 Project Countries

  • 2 – 3 staff: Project Manager, Project Assistant

  • Provide technical support, coordination and a management function for implementation of country demonstration proposals

  • Support where required provided to regional component and each other

  • Provide this in accordance with Rules and Procedures of country requirements and SOPAC as Executing Agency (EA)


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National Project Team Positions and TOR’s

  • National Project Manager

    • Responsible for the implementation and management of the demonstration proposals and regional requirements as needed

    • Contracted by SOPAC using locally tailored salary scales and terms and conditions

    • Recruited within relevant focal Ministry with (National APEX Body/National Water Committee and/or IWRM Project Steering Committee) input

    • Accountable to the National focal Ministry, National Apex Body and SOPAC


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National Project Team Positions and TOR’s

  • National Project Assistants

    • Support the project manager in demonstration project delivery including any regional requirements

    • Contracted by SOPAC using locally tailored salary scales and terms and conditions

    • Recruited within relevant focal Ministry with (National APEX Body/National Water Committee and/or IWRM Project Steering Committee) input

    • Accountable to the Project Manager, National focal Ministry, National Apex Body and SOPAC


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In-country Preparations, Requirements and Timeline

  • National Project Team Recruitment: October-December 2008

  • Identify training requirements of Project Team

  • Re-look at and refine National Project Team TOR’s according to individual demo needs (August – Sept 2008)

  • Assess the TOR’S against national public service levels (August-Sept 2008)

  • Re-look and confirm the lead focal agency as the correct national implementation agency (August-Sept 2008)

  • Arrange for office and equipment that you have provided as identified as support for the demonstration proposals


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Thank You!

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