National Project Engineer (VEAP)

VPMU has a position for a National Project Manager for its Vanuatu Energy Access Project (VEAP). VEAP will increase energy access and renewable energy generation in the two islands of Espiritu Santo and Malekula, being second and third largest population centers after Efate. The Project Manager will be involved in the civil, electro and mechanical works of the project, transmission and distribution works, Control/Protection/SCADA works plus the planning studies required for the Grid extension works on Malekula and Santo. It is envisaged that the Project Manager will be part of the construction team and will need to spend considerable time on the site during construction phase of the project. Detailed TOR is available here. Applications close by Close of Business 12th February, 2021.

Finance Management Officer

This vacancy still exists for the Financial Management Officer of the Vanuatu Project Management Unit (VPMU). VPMU manages projects with a combined estimated cost of more than US$120 million. These include the Port Vila Urban Development Project (PVUDP), Vanuatu Aviation Investment Project (VAIP), the Vanuatu Inter-island Shipping Support Project (VISSP), and Vanuatu Energy Access Project. Detailed Terms of Reference available here. Deadline for submitting applications is 12th February 2021.

REOI for Financial Management Specialist - Tonga

1. 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.

2. 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 Financial Management Specialist. 

3. 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. Details here.