Project Preparation Advisor and Marine Protected Area Specialist

Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute

Kenya Coastal Development Project

Project Preparation Advisor / Marine Protected Area (MPA) Specialist

Objective

The Kenyan Government has received funding through the World Bank to undertake the preparation of the KCDP.

The GoK intends to use part of the proceeds of this grant to fund a Project Preparation Advisor (individual consultant) to assist with the development of an MPA component and to help the project coordinator and focal area leaders to produce a bankable project document that includes both technical and economic aspects.

Mandatory Requirements

The applicant must, at a minimum:

  • Be a holder of a Master of Science degree or equivalent (PhD preferred) in Fisheries/Marine resource management and be familiar with development issues of the Kenyan/East African coastal zone;
  • Have at least 10 years experience in coastal and marine fisheries management and development, including a knowledge of creation and management of Marine Protected Areas, preferably in countries riparian to the South West Indian Ocean;
  • Have a proven record of working with multi-sectoral groups from government, NGO and CBO's, and have excellent writing skills;
  • Have expertise and experience in the development of World Bank natural resource management projects.

    This includes preparation of project appraisal documents and how key World Bank operational policies and procedures that relate to environmental and social safeguards apply to projects in this sector;

    Scope

    The assignment is expected to require 60 person days of work between November - March, and will be largely based in the offices of KMFRI in Mombasa Kenya.

    The applicant should provide at least three (3) personal references and the completion certificates (or equivalent) of at least three (3) past jobs of a similar nature.

    Selection preference will be given to experts with coastal work in East Africa or elsewhere in continental or island African nations.

    Timing of the submission

    Application Deadline: 2nd November.

  • The selected expert would be expected to start work by 10th November

    How to Apply

    Interested individuals should submit detailed curriculum vitae describing relevant expertise and experience, contact addresses of referees, and other information relevant to the assignment.

    All applications must be clearly marked "KCDP/FIMACEDP -PAD CONSULTANT" and sent by courier or email to:

    The Project Coordinator,
    Kenya Coastal Development Project/ Fishery Management and Sustainable,
    Coastal Environment Development Project
    Kenya Marine & Fisheries Research Institute
    P.O Box 81651, 80100,
    Mombasa.

    Email: kcdp@kmfri.co.ke and director@kmfri.co.ke

    Tel: +254020-8021560/1

    + 254 020-2353904
    Fax: +254020-2353226

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