JOB OPENINGS for
ROADS & PAVEMENTS CONSTRUCTION PROJECT IN
1. CONTRACTS / QUANTITY ENGINEER
(i) Preparation of Cost estimates of all items of work;
(ii) Preparation of bidding documents.
(iii) Assist in the preparation of reports
(iv) Prepare specifications, bills of quantity and construction drawings
2. GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER
(i) Identify potential geotechnical constraints on the proposed road upgrading, particularly identifying specific locations where mitigation measures will be required.
(ii) Undertake a program of geotechnical investigations required for the detailed design of structural foundations, road pavement design, slope stability measures and the like;
(iii) Interpret the results of geotechnical investigations and prepare appropriate designs, in conjunction with the Drainage and Structural Engineer.
(iv) Design slope stabilization measures using bio-engineering methods and prepare drawings and specifications as appropriate
(v) Assess potential sources of materials, particularly pavement materials required for the works, along with processing requirements and oversee laboratory testing.
(vi) Prepare a detailed program, implementation schedule and budget for geotechnical investigations necessary for the design all of the works.
3. MATERIALS ENGINEER
(i) Prepare a detailed list of laboratory equipment and associated specifications (to be incorporated in the bidding documents and procured under the first civil works contract), necessary for quality control by the supervising engineer during construction;
(ii) In conjunction with the Geotechnical Engineer, undertake detailed investigations of material sources (including road cuts) for construction of embankments and pavement layers;
(iii) In conjunction with the Geotechnical and Roads Engineer, conduct an assessment of the pavement sub grade for the whole length of the roads;
(iv) Prepare a factual report (without interpretation of the results) on the results of all materials testing carried out for the purpose of designing the works and for incorporation in a report for bidders information.
4. ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST
(i) Ensure that each project is prepared in compliance with both the government’s and ADB’s environmental policies, environmental assessment guidelines and the EARF.
(ii) Assess the potential environmental impacts of each project in accordance with the EARF and determine the environmental categorization in accordance with ADB’s Safeguard Policy Statement (SPS). Prepare an initial environmental assessment (IEE) taking into consideration direct and indirect impacts during pre-construction, construction and operation, and identifying costs of mitigation measures and implementation of a monitoring plan.
(iii) Prepare recommendations for integrating climate change considerations into the design of the project;
(iv) Ensure that updated Environmental management Plans are incorporated in all bidding documents;
(v) Assist the PMU in obtaining all necessary environmental permits and licenses for construction of the works (but excluding those for borrow pits, gravel pits and quarries, work areas, storage areas etc which will be the responsibility of the contractor unless nominated for compulsory use in the bidding documents);
5. SOCIAL SAFEGUARD SPECIALIST
(i) Assess land acquisition and resettlement impacts in accordance with the project’s resettlement framework (RF) and prepare a resettlement plan (RP) for each road link;
(ii) Submit the RP for clearance by Government and ADB;
(iii) Ensure disclosure of the resettlement plan in accordance with the RF
6. CIVIL 3D SPECIALIST
(i) Coordinate with the surveyors ensuring
(ii) accuracy and timeliness for survey outputs;
(iii) Process detailed topographic survey data of the road corridor, creating a terrain model extending at least 25m either side of the existing road or proposed realignment, and any area outside of this corridor that may be required for slope stabilization works, erosion protection, stream flow calculations etc;
(iv) Ensure that all significant topographical and physical features within the surveyed areas, including dwellings, animal sheds, fences and trees of more than 300mm diameter are in the survey;
(v) Coordinate timely and accurate transfer of survey information to the design engineers.
(vi) Perform road alignment design in coordination with the Road Design Engineer.
(vii) In coordination with the other design engineers, ensure that all aspects of design are incorporated in the design drawings and
(viii) Coordinate with the design engineers for quantity calculations.
(ix) Manage the team of CADD engineers
7. BIOENGINEERING SPECIALIST
Identify and prepare bioengineering plan for each subproject.
* CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION
1. SR. COST / QUANTITY ENGINEER
(a) Monitor, check and recommend quantities of work accomplished and accepted.
(b) Check progress payment claims and contract variations;
(c) train MPW engineers in aspects of cost/quantity engineering;
(d) Preparation of accomplishment reports
2. GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER
(a) Review any geotechnical issue occurring during construction.
(b) Guide site specific surveys as required for assessment and design of mitigation measures for geotechnical instabilities occurring during construction. Prepare detailed designs for assessment of cost, and social and environmental impacts, particularly resettlement impacts and for implementation.
(c) Include bio-engineering as a means of mitigating slope instability and recommend incorporation of appropriate measures to address issues identified during construction.
(d) Provide advice and technical solutions for any issue arising during construction of structural foundations, road pavement design, slope stability measures and the like.
3. SR. QUALITY ASSURANCE ENGINEER
(a) Establish a basic laboratory in premises to be provided under the civil works contracts, ensuring that equipment provided is sufficient for routine construction quality control;
(b) Train MPW technicians assigned to the laboratory in the required standard testing procedures;
(c) Undertake routine and random quality assurance testing of materials and construction quality;
(d) Maintain systematic records of all testing performed.
4. ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST
(a) Ensure that each project is in compliance with both the government’s and ADB’s environmental policies, environmental assessment guidelines and the EARF;
(b) Conduct the monitoring and assessment on the environmental impacts of each project based on the EMP. Prepare environmental monitoring report taking into accounts the findings on direct and indirect impacts during pre-construction and construction;
(c) Prepare recommendations for the project to be able to comply with the requirements of the EMP;
(d) Ensure that the Environmental management Plans followed in the project;
(e) Assist the PMU, if required, in all matters regarding the implementation of environmental management in the project;
5. SOCIAL SAFEGUARD SPECIALIST
(a) Assist in the implementation of land acquisition and resettlement impacts accordance with the project’s resettlement framework (RF) and resettlement plan (RP) for each road link;
(b) Make sure that the RP are implemented in accordance with Government ADB requirements;
(c) Ensure disclosure of the resettlement plan is in accordance with the RF.
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