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The Ministry of Mines, Energy, and Rural Electrification (MMERE) is responsible for the sustainable development and management of Solomon Islands’ mineral, petroleum, water, and energy resources. It is also mandated to manage geological surveys and is responsible for the mitigation of geological and hydrological hazards. Management of mineral resources is guided by the National Minerals Policy 2017-2021, which aims to strengthen governance, make decisions more transparently and inclusively, offer greater investment certainty, and create a system that better protects community interests. To support the implementation of this Policy, the Sustainable Mining Development Technical Assistance Project (SMDTAP) will build the capacity of the Solomon Islands Government to achieve sustainable mining investment and benefit flows through;
i) completing the design of a regulatory framework in line with the National Mining Policy following enactment of a new Mining Act,
ii) building capacity of government regulatory institutions to fulfill their functions effectively, and
iii) supporting MMERE to overcome near-term operational challenges. Financing for the project has been obtained by MMERE from a World Bank grant. A Project Management Unit (PMU) is being established under the SMDTAP Project. The PMU will be responsible for the implementation of the Project as well as other services and support to the Ministry. The PMU will be a fully integrated part of the Ministry’s structure that provides services to the other divisions, as well as providing planning, monitoring and evaluation, safeguards evaluation and monitoring, progress reports, and financial reporting, in accordance with both Solomon Islands Government and World Bank requirements.
The PMU will include resources to deliver SMDTAP services activities, including work planning, reporting, budgeting, and financial management, procurement, monitoring and evaluation, safeguards, training and capacity building, and communication.
MMERE is seeking suitably qualified and experienced persons for the below positions under the SMDTAP project.
Men and Women from all provinces are encouraged to apply
Vacancy Ref No: 01/2022-SIMDTAP
Position Title: Project Coordinator
Required Qualification: Masters/Bachelor Degree in relevant discipline ( project Management, Business or other field relevant to the assignment)
2. Vacancy Ref No: 02/2022-SIMDTAP
Position Title: Finance Specialist
Required Qualification: University Degree in Accountancy, Finance or Similar Qualification
3. Vacancy Ref No: 03/2022-SIMDTAP
Position Title: Procurement Specialist
Required Qualification: University Degree in Procurement, Law, Finance, Business Administration, Project Management or Similar relevant Qualification.
4. Vacancy Ref No: 04/2022 – SIMDTAP
Position Title: ESF/Gender/Stakeholder Engagement Specialist
Required Qualification: Relevant Degree in Environmental Assessment, Social Management or Similar Equivalent Qualification
5. Vacancy Ref No: 05/2022
Position Title: Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist.
Required Qualification: University Degree in Public Administration or other relevant Qualification.
Important Note for the interested candidates.
Applications must include 3 parts with the following format and content:
1. A brief covering letter introducing yourself, and explaining why you are interested in this post (maximum 1 page).
2. A resume (CV) showing personal details, work experience, and education, along with the names of three work related references (maximum 3 pages).
3. A claim for the position (with each essential and desirable criterion as a sub-heading) that addresses how your experience is applicable to each criterion, and providing examples relevant to the post’s key tasks and responsibilities (maximum 4 pages). Collecting of TOR for each vacancy post can be obtained from Ishmael Khegrasopa, Principal Economic geologist, Ministry of Mines, Energy & Rural Electrification, P O Box G 37, Honiara, Solomon Islands. Queries.
For all queries about the application process of the position please contact:
Name: Ishmael Khegrasopa
Principal Economic Geologist,
Ministry of Mines, Energy & Rural Electrification
Phone: 21521/22/23 Ext 219.Mobile: 7712295
Send your application addressed to:
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Mines, Energy & Rural Electrification,
P O Box G 37, Honiara, Solomon Islands
Attention: Director Mines Division Vacancy Ref No. Position Title.
Due date for Submission of application. Friday 18th of March 2022, 4:00PM
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