Local Project Monitor (LPM)
Background: Canada is funding the construction of a courthouse facility in Hebron. The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) is implementing the project, which is now in the early stages of construction and is expected to be completed by November 2020.
The Representative Office of Canada in Ramallah is seeking to contract a professional consultant to serve as the Local Project Monitor (LPM) to assist in monitoring the courthouse construction project. The services may be provided by either A) an individual who can sub-contract a multidisciplinary team, or B) a firm comprised of individuals qualified to provide professional services in a range of disciplines. The LPM will work under the supervision of the First Secretary (Justice Sector) at the Representative Office of Canada in Ramallah and support the project’s Canada-based experts. The successful applicant will not be eligible to offer their services to the UNDP for the duration of their engagement in the capacity of the LPM.
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Qualifications: The applicant must be capable of providing technical and professional services in the disciplines related to construction management of large–scale facilities, including architecture, and structural, mechanical, electrical, and building systems engineering. In particular, expertise in civil/structural engineering, quantity surveying/cost estimating, design and construction of mechanical systems, including Building Automation Systems (BAS) and life safety (sprinkler and standpipe suppression); and electrical security systems.
Submittal Requirements: Interested applicants who meet the qualifications are required to submit a letter of interest, maximum of 5 pages long, describing their experience. Submissions must include a current Curriculum Vitae as well as copies of the necessary official certifications. Applicants must also provide a daily rate in Canadian dollars, based on an estimated 6 days (45 hours) of work per month. Payments will be made in USD.
Submittal Deadline: All submittals shall be addressed to [email protected] electronically, in PDF format, received via email by the 13th of February 2019 at 12:00 noon (Palestine Time). Submittals received after this deadline will be disregarded.
Only those candidates shortlisted for further consideration will be invited for interviews. The successful applicant will be contacted by the Representative Office of Canada and will be invited to negotiate and execute a contract.