SIRAP Project Manager - REOI

SOLOMON ISLANDS

SOLOMON ISLANDS ROADS & AVIATION PROJECT (SIRAP)

Grant No.: P166622

Assignment Title: SIRAP PROJECT MANAGER

Reference No. (as per Procurement Plan): MCA-MID/INDV/S-D01

The Pacific Aviation Investment Program (PAIP) has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Solomon Islands Roads & Aviation Project, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The consulting services (“the Services”) includes a Project Manager. It is anticipated that the Project Manager will commence as soon as possible for 3 years duration. The position will be fulltime and based in Honiara, Solomon Is. Further details are available here.

Lead Technical Specialist - PAIP

This Request for Expressions of Interest follows the General Procurement Notice for this project that appeared in dgMarket online 26th July 2011 and published Issue no 804, 16th August 2011 and re-advertised 30th March 2015.

The Government of Tonga (GoT) is currently implementing the Pacific Aviation Investment Program (PAIP), supported by the World Bank. The project’s implementing Entity is Tonga Airports Limited (TAL), with project implementation support from the Technical and Fiduciary Services Unit (TFSU). TAL now intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for the Contract – Consulting Services – TFSU Lead Technical Specialist. 

The PAIP Program is a regional aviation project with the development objective to provide safe and secure air transport operations and environmentally sustainable and efficient airports and is being implemented in six (6) Pacific Island countries: Tonga, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Samoa, Vanuatu and Solomon Island who have joined in Q2 2018.

TAL now seeks a TFSU Lead Technical Specialist to provide technical support and advice as part of the TFSU management team, and to coordinate the provision of appropriate technical advice and support to TFSU Clients. A detailed description of the requirements of the position is included in the Terms of Reference (TOR). You may download a copy of the TOR from following link: http://www.tongaairports.com/about/pacific-aviation-investment-program/tender-vacancy/ 

The assignment commence as soon as possible o/a April 2018 over 8 months period, on a Task Order basis. An Indefinite Delivery Contract will be signed in which both parties will agree on a unit daily fee rate fixed for the duration of the contract. Details here.

 

AVL Safety Compliance Advisor

This Request for Expressions of Interest follows the General Procurement Notice for this project that appeared in dgMarket online 26th July 2011 and published Issue no 804, 16th August 2011 and re-advertised 30th March 2015.

The Government of the Republic of Vanuatu (GoV) is currently implementing the Vanuatu Aviation Investment Project (VAIP), supported by the World Bank. The project’s implementing Entity is Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Utilities (MIPU), with project implementation support from the Technical and Fiduciary Services Unit (TFSU) of the Pacific Aviation Investment Program (PAIP).VAIP now intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for the Contract – Consulting Services – AVL Safety Compliance Advisor 

The PAIP Program is a regional aviation project with the development objective to provide safe and secure air transport operations and environmentally sustainable and efficient airports and is being implemented in five (5) Pacific Island countries: Tonga, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Samoa and Vanuatu. 

VAIP now seeks an AVL Safety Compliance Advisor to contribute to the development, training and capacity building of AVL personnel in the delivery of their work activities and responsibilities. Details of the EOI here.

 

Project Accountant - Kiribati Aviation Investment Project

The Government of the Republic of Kiribati is currently implementing the Kiribati Aviation Investment Project (KAIP) as part of the regional Pacific Aviation Infrastructure Program (PAIP) supported by The World Bank. PAIP is a regional aviation investment program with the development objective to provide safe and secure air transport operations and environmentally sustainable and efficient airports for Tonga, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Samoa and Vanuatu, and this is being managed within Tonga Airports Ltd (TAL) by the Technical and Fiduciary Services Unit (TFSU)

The implementing agency for KAIP is the Ministry of Information, Communications, Transport and Tourism Development (MICTTD). A small Project Support Team consisting of a Project Manager and Administrative Assistant has been established within the MICTTD with the specific responsibility for KAIP implementation, in collaboration with the TFSU and the KFSU in terms of financial management aspects of the project. Full details of the position available here.

 

Consulting Services AVL Airport Operations Advisor

This Request for Expressions of Interest follows the General Procurement Notice for this project that appeared in dgMarket online 26th July 2011 and published Issue no 804, 16th August 2011 and re-advertised 30th March 2015.

The Government of the Republic of Vanuatu (GoV) is currently implementing the Vanuatu Aviation Investment Project (VAIP), supported by the World Bank. The project’s implementing Entity is Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Utilities (MIPU), with project implementation support from the Technical and Fiduciary Services Unit (TFSU) of the Pacific Aviation Investment Program (PAIP).VAIP now intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for the Contract – Consulting Services – AVL Airport Operations Advisor 

The PAIP Program is a regional aviation project with the development objective to provide safe and secure air transport operations and environmentally sustainable and efficient airports and is being implemented in five (5) Pacific Island countries: Tonga, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Samoa and Vanuatu. 

VAIP now seeks an AVL Airport Operations Advisor to contribute to the development, training and capacity building of AVL personnel in the delivery of their work activities and responsibilities. Further details available here.