GIZ-BMM, consultancy : Renovation of the regional offices of the CNDH and development of the future premises of multi-disciplinary teams. à Djibouti
The objective of the Better Migration Management (BMM) program is to improve the migration management in the East Africa region in response to the needs identified by the African countries of the Khartoum Process, and, in particular, to address the trafficking of human beings and the smuggling of migrants within and from the Horn of Africa. The BMM program has four components, three of which are in the midst of implementation in Djibouti:
As part of the implementation of Component 3 of the BMM program focusing on protecting migrants, GIZ has a dual role both to coordinate the activities of the implementing partners based on the agreed-upon annual work plan as well as to directly implement certain activities, the renovation of premises in the regional councils to facilitate the meetings of the multidisciplinary committees for the protection of children and to host the regional offices of the CNDH in order to better protect the rights of migrants.
This consultancy will concern the premises allocated by the presidents of the regional councils in the following 4 regions: Ali-Sabieh, Dikhil, Tadjourah and Tadjourah.
A consultant is required to assist GIZ to effectively coordinate and implement the protection programming of Component 3 of the BMM in Djibouti.
The aim of the consultancy is to provide support to meet the agreed-upon goals for the implementation of the BMM Component 3 in Djibouti. In particular, the consultant is expected to:
-Realization of an architectural study of a project of renovation of designated premises in 4 regional councils (Tadjourah, Obock, Ali-Sabieh and Dikhil) in accordance with the regulation in force in the Republic of Djibouti and in the respect of the environment.
-To establish the configuration of the works, to define the appropriate technical possibilities and to provide the related plans;
-Coordinate and follow the construction phases.
Outcomes of the consultancy:
Feasibility study describing in detail the work to be carried out as well as a description of the estimated costs;
Model of future premises and layout proposals;
Works receipt report on behalf of GIZ confirming the conformity of the work to be carried out.
•All written work for the consultancy will be delivered in French, unless otherwise directed by the Regional Coordinator.
Duration and timeframe for the consultancy:
•Timeframe: Approximately 1 month
•Total days: 30 days
•It is expected that the consultant will be resident in Djibouti during the pendency of the majority of the consultancy and will be available to travel to various regions in the Republic of Djibouti throughout the consultancy, particularly to make the preliminary visits of the places and later the visits of building sites in the optics of the control of the works and finally the reception of the works. In total a maximum of 4 times per site and per region.
•Post-graduate degree as an engineer in civil engineering or building.;
•Experience working with NGO or UN agencies as part of new construction or renovation of existing structures;
•Experience working in Djibouti required, and work experience elsewhere in the region is preferred;
•At least five (5) years of relevant work experience;
•Fluency in French required, and strong knowledge of other relevant local languages such as Afar and/or Somali strongly preferred; and
•Availability from November 2018 to February 2019.
To apply please send your CV, cover letter and contacts of two references person to the following emails
Application deadline: November 29 2018