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A.R.S. Progetti
Education and training
Economic and social development
Supervision Services for the Rehabilitation and Construction of Schools under Improving Secondary Education (ISEM) Programme - Malawi
Communication
Monitoring and evaluation
Culture
Cultural heritage
Cultural Heritage and Urban Development Project (CHUD):
Consultancy Services For Baalbek and Tyre Archeological Project - Lebanon
Tourism
Technical Assistance to the Support Programme to the Strengthening of Culture and Art
for Social and Economic Development (ARCADES) - Haiti
Architecture
Design and tender documents for a theatre hall and cultural centre - Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan
Governance
Architecture
Design and tender documents for an open amphitheater in Duhok - Iraqi Kurdistan
Urban Planning
Master Plans for 3 Sub Districts and a District Center, Ba'adre, Zawita, Bamarne and Shekhan,
in Duhok Governorate - Iraqi Kurdistan
Infrastructure engineering
Design of Structural Strengthening and rehabilitation of historic SiR Otto Beit Bridge on the
Zambesi river, border between Zambia and Zimbabwe






A.R.S. PROGETTI’S PERCEPTION



In several areas of Africa, when entering the territory of another tribe, one is required to bear a special "passport mask". This has a profound meaning: to neutralise one's roots and individuality as a sign of respect to those whose territory is being entered. In this there is an ancient wisdom, the sublimation of humanity's neutral essence. Quoting Aeschylus Agamemnon "Provided they respect the temples and the Gods of the vanquished, then shall the victors be saved".

ARS Progetti is a consulting firm working all over the world providing services, such as surveys, studies, design and technical assistance, mainly to public committers and for public interests, in fields related with governance and human development, culture and cultural heritage, social and physical infrastructure. Its overall mission is of a professional nature and consists in finding out, proposing and helping to implement solutions "which work", with reference to complex problems affecting extended social groups, regions, countries, groups of countries. Working on this ARS Progetti pursues the interest of its direct and "indirect" clients and project beneficiaries.












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Assessment and prioritization of MoEYS construction needs, Cambodia - FWC SIEA 2018 LOT 4


Technical assistance to the Government of Bonaire for the programming of the 11th EDF, Bonaire - FWC SIEA 2018 LOT 4


Evaluation of the “Programa de Apoio aos Actores Não Estatais (phase1)”, Mozambique - FWC SIEA 2018 LOT 3


Final Evaluation of the Electoral Support Programme, Nepal - FWC SIEA 2018 LOT 3


Regional Development and Protection Programme in Ethiopia - FWC SIEA 2018 LOT 3


Successfully awarded the new FWC SIEA 2018


Renforcement de la culture de la protection des données à caractère personnel au Maroc - LOT 7


Maroc - Appui sectoriel a la réalisation d'etudes d'ecart et/ou d'impact: sécurité routière, aviation civile, eau - LOT 2


Elaboration de schémas directeurs d'assainissement et de gestion des déchets dans la Ville d'Owando, République du Congo - LOT 2


JOB OPPORTUNITIES


homebased, with mission
Category I > ACP-Diaspora Expert (development and social sciences)
Egypt
1 Team Leader - cat. I (35 w/d)
2 Key Experts - cat. II (60 w/d in total)

Albania
1 Team Leader Category I: Programme management and Capacity Building
1 Key Expert II Category II: Expert Institutional Building Coordinator
1 Key Expert III Category II: Expert on communication and visibility

Ukraine
Experts profile
1. Expert I: IBM high level expert border management: 60 WDS
2. Expert II: IBM high level expert customs 60 WDS
3. Expert III: Mid-level expert to support experts 1 and 2 above 60 WDS
4. Expert IV: Mid-level expert with research function regarding Ukrainian IBM practices 100 WDs


1) Team Leader: Technical Assistance Facility (Category I); 2) Expert2: Organisation and institutional development Expert (Category I); 3) Expert3: Social Protection Systems Expert (Category I); 4) Expert4: Safety Nets Coordination Facilitator (Category II); 5) Non-Key Experts.
homebased, with field visits
1 Team Leader - cat. I (40 w/d)
2 Key Experts - cat. II (70 w/d in total)

Mauritius
Cat I - grant/Fundraising expert
Rome, Italy; and missions abroad
Assistant Project Manager
République du Tchad
1) Assistant Technique principal 1 (ATP1) - Expert Senior, Chef d'équipe, spécialiste en politique institutionnelle et développement des outils de la conservation – 48 mois
2) Assistant Technique principal 2 (ATP2) : spécialiste en intégration intersectorielle et développement territorial – 48 mois

Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Works Supervision – Conservation Architect

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JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Technical Support to the Donor Working Group and Federal (and Member State) Government of Somalia – Phase One

JOB / DESCRIPTION DU TRAVAILLE
POSITION:1) Team Leader: Technical Assistance Facility (Category I); 2) Expert2: Organisation and institutional development Expert (Category I); 3) Expert3: Social Protection Systems Expert (Category I); 4) Expert4: Safety Nets Coordination Facilitator (Category II); 5) Non-Key Experts.
COUNTRY / PAYS:
Nairobi, Kenya and mission to Somalia
STARTING DATE / DATE DE DEMARRAGE: 01/01/2019
DURATION / DUREE: 12 month
GENERAL OBJECTIVE / OBJECTIVE GENERAL: The global objective of this Technical Assistance Facility (TAF) is to support the development and implementation of a strategy on social safety-net.
A pre-requisite to developing a more coherent approach is improved collective donor coherence and capacity, though a DWG. Without this, initiatives and programmes are likely to continue to be negotiated piecemeal, with varying degrees of consultation and participation, remaining fragmented and with limited effect on Somalia’s internal capacity. Government ownership and engagement in international assistance is fundamental to this process.
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, APPLICATION SERVICES AND EXPECTED RESULTS / OBJECTIVES PARTICULIERS, SERVICES DEMANDES ET RÉSULTATS A ATTEINDRE:
The specific objective of the Technical Assistance Facility (TAF) is to support international donors to Somalia in their dialogue on a social safety net system, through the DWG, with the relevant Somali institutions. Indeed, it is expected that the TAF will facilitate dialogue and understanding of governance, systems, policy, financing and technical processes.
It is expected that this Action will contribute to setting-up a rights-based approach, to enhancing the social dialogue, to promoting the development of effective and just social policies and gender equality and to reducing child labour. Taking into consideration the dynamic environment, an initial duration of 12 months is foreseen. The Donor Working Group will analyse the best implementation modality for the following period in due time. Based on this review, either an additional request for service provision will be negotiated, either a hand-over to the new implementing partner will have to be supported. In any case, recommendations on the priorities for the following period will have to be prepared by the technical assistance.
Therefore, the present Terms of Reference describes the overall approach, vision and steps foreseen and then focus on the next 12 months priorities of the TAF. It is expected that the technical expertise provided through this contract will contribute to achieve these priorities.
The current lack of alignment of donors on a joint vision and agreement on the scope of a shock responsive social safety net is expected to impede the dialogue with the government. In addition, there is an urgent need to harmonize cash transfer and ensure that the lessons from 2016/2017 drought response are learned. Therefore, the Technical Assistance Facility will be required to prioritize the facilitation of convergence of approach between donors before supporting the formal engagement with other key stakeholders.
QUALIFICATION: Expert 1 – Team Leader: Technical Assistance Facility (Category I) - 220 days
Qualifications and skills:
- At least a Master's Degree or equivalent academic qualification (university or similar institution) in Social Policy, Social Security, Social Protection, or any relevant field related to the sector of this contract;
- Professional experience will not be accepted in lieu of the above mentioned academic qualifications.
General professional experience:
- A minimum of 12 years’ experience with social development or humanitarian policy development, preferably in Africa;
- A minimum of 8 years’ experience with bilateral and/or multilateral development partners;
- Experiences with the EU development or humanitarian agencies will be considered an asset, preferably in Africa.
- Initiative, tact and proven ability to maintain harmonious working relationships in a multicultural setting with good team spirit.
Specific professional experience
- At least 2 years of experience working on social protection projects, over the last 5 years;
- Experience in Horn of Africa and especially of Somali context is an added value.
Language of assignment
Fluency in both written and spoken English.

Expert 2: Organisation and institutional development Expert (Category I) - 120 days
Qualifications and skills:
- At least a Master's Degree or equivalent academic qualification (university or similar institution) in Social Policy, Social Security, Social Protection, or any relevant field related to the sector of this contract;
- If the expert does not have a Master's Degree, she/he should have equivalent professional experience which is defined as: she/he must have at least a Bachelor's degree and an additional 10 years of relevant professional experience.
General professional experience
- At least 12 years proven experience working on training needs analysis and capacity building in the area of social protection in the public sector;
- At least 5 years of experience with bilateral and/or multilateral development partners;
- Initiative, tact and proven ability to maintain harmonious working relationships in a multicultural setting with good team spirit
Specific professional experience
- 5 years proven experience with capacity building, preferably in the Horn of Africa or similar context;
- At least 2 years of experience with institutional structures, training needs analysis, and capacity building in social ministries;
- Previous experience working on EU-funded social protection projects and knowledge of and experience with EDF rules and procedures will be seen as an advantage.
- At least 2 years of experience with institutional structures, training needs analysis, and capacity building in social ministries;
- Experience with staff training and mentoring in at least 4 assignments.
Language of assignment
- Fluency in both written and spoken English + - Somali speaking an asset.

Expert 3: Social Protection Systems Expert (Category I) - 150 days
Qualifications and skills:
- At least a Master's Degree or equivalent academic qualification (university or similar institution) in Information Systems, or any relevant field related to the sector of this contract;
- If the expert does not have a Master's Degree, she/he should have equivalent professional experience which is defined as: she/he must have at least a Bachelor's degree and an additional 10 years of relevant professional experience
General professional experience
- At least 12 years proven experience working at a high level in systems design and development in the public sector;
- At least 5 years of experience with bilateral and/or multilateral development partners;
- Initiative, tact and proven ability to maintain harmonious working relationships in a multicultural setting with good team spirit.
Specific professional experience
- 5 years proven experience with systems development in the social security sector, preferably in Africa;
- Proven experience with M&E methods and approaches for data collection (quantitative, qualitative and participatory); data processing; data analysis and reporting (using appropriate computer packages) will be seen as an advantage;
- Proven experience with staff training and mentoring in systems development and implementation, as reflected in at least 2 assignments undertaken in the last 5 years;
- Previous experience working on EU-funded social protection projects and knowledge of and experience with EDF rules and procedures will be seen as an advantage.
Language of assignment
Fluency in both written and spoken English.

Expert 4: Safety Nets Coordination Facilitator (Category II) - 150 days
Qualifications and skills:
- At least a Master's Degree or equivalent academic qualification (university or similar institution) in Social Policy, Social Security, Social Protection, or any relevant field related to the sector of this contract;
- If the expert does not have a Master's Degree, she/he should have equivalent professional experience which is defined as: she/he must have at least a Bachelor's degree and an additional 10 years of relevant professional experience
- Initiative, tact and proven ability to maintain harmonious working relationships in a multicultural setting with good team spirit;
- Ability to travel extensively throughout Somalia to visit sites of implementation operations.
General professional experience
-At least 6 years proven experience managing or coordinating large scale delivery programmes. Experience inside government systems an advantage;
-At least 5 years’ experience of managing large field team structures in remote / hard to reach locations;
-At least 2 years of experience with bilateral and/or multilateral development partners;
Specific professional experience
- 3 years proven experience with capacity building, preferably in Africa;
- At least 2 years of experience with project management, reporting and monitoring systems;
- Previous experience working on social protection projects will be seen as an advantage.
Language of assignment
Fluency in both written and spoken English, with Somali considered an advantage

Expert 5: Non-key experts (Category II) - 80 days
> Social Inclusion/Exclusion Expert (with Somali knowledge) – to assist with the development of a socially inclusive targeting and communication strategy
> Management Information Systems and IT systems experts – to assist with the feasibility of a single interoperable system to handle registration, payments, case management.
> Micro-simulation/costings Expert – to assist with the diagnostic analyses, elaboration of costing of alternative approaches, and the micro-simulation of impacts.
 Public finance management expert to help assess the gradual adoption of an Use of Country Systems approach;
> Communications Expert to design community perceptions feedback mechanisms; design of effective Information, Education and Communications campaigns;
> Events Coordination Expert - to help with events & seminars organisation;
> Gender Expert – to ensure that gender issues are fully addressed in the design and implementation of core NSPP life-course programmes.
> Disability Expert – to assist with the development of disability classification and assessment procedures for the introduction of a disability allowance.
> Poverty Policy Experts with experience of vulnerability needs assessments; recipient targeting; triggers and Early Warning Systems (EWS);
SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE / EXPÉRIENCE SPÉCIFIQUE: .
WORK LANGUAGE / LANGUE DE TRAVAIL: English,Somali
APPLY / POSTULER: Semira Mihreteab T. and Ilaria Fanuntza e-mail
DATE LINE / DATE LIMITE: 14/11/2018 @ 16:00

















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