UNOPS Kenya Multi-country Office (KEMC) helps partners achieve their project goals in sectors including: governance, education, health, the environment, grant management and rural development. UNOPS KEMC has over twenty years of experience working in East Africa, including large scale infrastructure projects. With a flexible and responsive presence throughout the region, UNOPS is able to scale up rapidly, through various mechanisms into high risk areas which have proven to be beneficial to partners. Kenya Multi-country Office (KEMC) has its own Technical Services Unit (TSU) which comprises a core group of technical staff supplemented by experts employed on a retainer basis. The group conducts feasibility studies and assessments and engages in design and monitoring work. The core group’s skills include Civil, Structural, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Architects, Design Associates and Quantity Surveyors. Retainers provide additional capacity in core disciplines as well as GIS, Environmental, Social and sector specific expertise (roads, healthcare, heritage etc). UNOPS is undertaking a project to re mediate dams across Zambia. There are outstanding environmental safeguard issues and the remediation works will give rise to new safeguards requirements. The Health, Safety, Social and Environmental Analyst -Environmental Management (Retainer) is expected to support the UNOPS Team with the revision of existing Environmental and Social Impact Assessments (ESIAs) and Environmental and Social Management Plans (ESMPs), and any related tasks, as well as the implementation and monitoring of the safeguards instruments. The consultants will be prepared to travel to any site in or around the countries under KEMC as required and as UNDSS permits.
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