The Local Economy and Infrastructure Development (LEID) Project was launched on December 29, 2016 and is currently scheduled to close on December 31, 2024. LEID Project’s development objective is to improve infrastructure services and institutional capacity for increased tourism contribution to local economy in the regions of Armenia. The Project activities are expected to benefit the residents, tourists and enterprises in the regions of Armenia. Residents, tourists and enterprises are expected to receive improved access to, and quality of, public infrastructure; increased volume of private sector investment in the region; and increased small and micro enterprises in renovated cultural heritage sites and cities. The Government will benefit from increased overall tourism spending and satisfaction, job creation, improved institutional capacity of selected agencies, and improved capacity to operate and maintain assets. The total project amount is currently USD 53.47 million, of which $ 42.8 million is the IBRD loan.
The Project Coordinator (PC) has the responsibility to ensure effective and efficient day-to-day technical and operational coordination of ATDF’s activities within the scope of preparation of LEID sub-projects, including (i) coordinating the review of technical documentation (feasibility studies and architectural-engineering designs, etc.), (ii) preparing preliminary and final subproject appraisal reports, as well as (iii) coordination and assurance of quality control, under the overall guidance and supervision of the ATDF Executive Director (ED) of LEID subprojects' implementation. The PC shall ensure the quality of quartet, semi-annual and annual reports developed by him/ her and with the support of other ATDF staff. Further, the PC shall conduct regular field visits to monitor and assess the progress of infrastructure subprojects in the Project areas.
The PC’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: - Coordinate the overall effective implementation of LEIDP, together with the activities of the Contractors and Consultants under the Project; - Coordinate with the engineers and respective staff to manage budgets and ensure the provision of high-quality and on-time implementation of civil works; - Coordinate preparation/updating of annual budgets and work plans, and annual reports, in coordination with other colleagues and departments of ATDF. This includes the preparation of relevant annual work plans, progress, and annual reports, and budgets to be submitted to other respective Project stakeholder entity/ies (MoE/TC, MoTAI, MoF, WB, etc.); - Provide support to the consultants (design, technical supervision, etc.) to resolve issues that may arise with respect to technical standards and provisions in accordance with the RA legislation and WB guidelines; - Provide monthly reports, which should include information on the implemented activities; - Prepare donor-required information to be shared with the WB and ensure the provision of required input from the ATDF team and other stakeholders; - Report to the ED about Project status and issues that may impact the project implementation and upon the ED’s request update others on the project progress; - Regulate any issue/ delay with respect to Project implementation and propose solutions to the ED targeted at avoiding and eliminating similar issues in the future; - Fulfill other functions and responsibilities as requested by the ED and/or envisaged within the scope of the Loan and Project Agreements, Project’s Operations Manual, and other related documents.
- Minimum Education: Degree in Economics, Management, Business Administration, Engineering, or a related field.; MBA is welcomed; - Working professional experience (preferably 3-5 years); - Demonstrated familiarity and/or working knowledge of relevant in-country legislation related to construction, engineering, environmental and social safeguards, and economic development; - Experience working in donor or International Financial Institutions funded infrastructure projects (at least 3 years is preferred); - Work experience in a managerial position (at least 3 years is preferred); - Required Computer programs, operating systems (knowledge level): Microsoft Office - good; - Languages: Armenian (native), English (speaking, writing);
Professional Competencies: - Excellent analytical and presentation skills; - Diplomacy and negotiating skills; - Abilities to communicate with the project affected people and handle their complaints and claims; - Problem-solving and prompt decision-making skills; - Planning and organizational skills; - Cooperation/ teamwork, - Willingness to make field trips;
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