The Palestinian Liberation Organization has received a grant from the International Development Association (IDA) in the amount of USD 20 million for the benefit of the Palestinian Authority (PA) to finance the Digital West Bank & Gaza Project (the Project). The Project will seek to produce concrete and tangible results for the Palestinians through increased access to high-speed broadband services and increased access to selected e-services to citizens and businesses. The Project will focus on key points to unleash digital transformation in the Palestinian territories addressing some of the bilateral challenges allowing digital transformation to achieve its full potential. It will strengthen the digital resilience of the Palestinian territories and the ability of the PA to respond to shocks, such as COVID-19.
The Project takes a multi-disciplinary approach to support the digital transformation, COVID recovery and resilience of the West Bank and Gaza. The Project will be implemented and overseen by the Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Technology (MTIT). Individual activities are to be implemented by MTIT and the High Council for Public Procurement Policies (HCPPP), over a 5-year period.
2 Objective and Scope of Work
The objective of these terms of reference is to hire a consultant to support the MTIT in reviewing and finalizing of the current draft of Palestinian National Table for Frequency Allocation (NTFA). The general scope of the intended work to be undertaken by the consultant/s shall focus on providing technical support and advisory to the Ministry team starting by taking the draft Palestinian Table of Frequency Allocations and Applications and updating it to final version for the frequency range 8.3 kHz to 3000 GHz (NTFA table) aligned with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Region 1 Table for Frequency Allocation .
The Consultant will be expected to work in close coordination with the MTIT and other stakeholders as instructed by the MTIT.
Work under this ToR will be performed from the MTIT both in premises in Ramallah, West Bank and remotely.
Full Terms of Reference is available @ http://tiny.cc/ntfa-tor
جميع الحقوق محفوظة لموقع جوبس.
Qualifications and application Procedure
University graduated engineer and master’s degree in science of electronics or telecommunications.
A minimum of 15 years demonstrated experience in spectrum policy, spectrum planning, assignment, engineering, monitoring particularly regarding to:
Drafting radio spectrum strategies
Drafting electronic communications law
Drafting spectrum technical regulations
International experience working within at least three government regulatory authorities, in developing national frequency plans and strategies
World renown mobile operators and at least vendors in radio spectrum industry.
Excellent knowledge of ITU, regional organizations such as ASMG, CEPT and ITU-BR recommendations and ETSI standards.
Excellent negotiation and communication skills.
English language fluency
Timeline of the assignment
Appointment of consultant will commence during June 2022 and shall continue through until assignment closing. Expected duration of assignment 6 months. Precise terms to be set out in engagement contract.
by submitting to this application http://tiny.cc/ntfa-application