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Vacancies at CDM Smith Tanzania

1. QUANTIRY SURVEYOR

Job Title     Quantity Surveyor
Location     Tanzania - Dar es Saalm
Office Location     Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Job Description     CDM Smith is currently searching for experienced Quantity Surveyors with an emphasis on large scale implementation infrastructure projects pertaining to: water/wastewater, sanitation and water resources.  Projects will vary in project locations predominantly located in Sub-Sahara Africa. 

Minimum Qualifications     Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent, from an accredited university
Professional membership from an inte

Responsibilities:
Overall responsibility for Quantity Surveying (QS) oversight of construction contractors’ estimates
Assist the procurement manager with oversight and resolution of contract management issues
Review design and construction documents
Review cost estimates and bids and make recommendations to the project manager if problems are found
Technical assistance to those reviewing Payment Certificates/Vouchers and Claim submittals
Technical assistance with those reviewing and approving/ disapproving of invoices recommendations for payment
Qualifications:
Must have an internationally recognized University Degree in their field, as well as Chartered/Professional Membership (or equivalent) of a recognized international QS Institution.
Experience in procurement of works for infrastructure/construction projects
Experience in the preparation of ‘Basis of Estimate’ documents to communicate the ‘class of estimate’ rates, prices, assumptions and all interpretations affecting cost for infrastructure plans
Experience and knowledge of all aspects of the procurement and construction cycle management, including knowledge of internationally recognized best practice construction cost estimation processes
Experience in the use of computerized cost estimation systems for large scale infrastructure construction contract management, monitoring and reporting
Fluent in English, and have excellent technical, computer, communication and organizational skills
Knowledge of and be fully familiar with the relevant norms, standards and procedures
Knowledge of and be familiar with large scale construction contracts, and be capable of ensuring the compatibility of the Conditions of Contract used for the various works that will be constructed
At least 15 years post-qualification experiences, preferably with a combination of consultancy and contracting experience in similar large scale infrastructure projects, and have recent experience in the Southern African region
Conversant with modern project and construction management techniques, work programming, cost estimation, measurement/payment certification, and dealing with claims/dispute resolution, utilizing advanced computerized applications associated therewithtionally recognized institution
At least 10 years demonstrable experience with Program Controls for multi contract projects involving both consultants and contractors involved with large infrastructure projects.
Managed project controls on at least one (1) project with a value of over $60 million and containing multiple project components
Experience with program and project management software
Experience in the Sub-Saharan Africa environment would be an advantage but not a requirement
Excellent oral and written communications skills in English, and the ability to prepare reports
Ability to work as part of a high-performing, multi-disciplinary team, under tight deadlines
Ability to function independently
A commitment to CDM Smith mission and Core Values
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, MS Project, and Oracle Primavera Scheduling (or similar software) and Contract management tools
Agency Disclaimer     All vendors must have a signed CDM Smith Placement Agreement from the CDM Smith Recruitment Center Manager to receive payment for your placement. Verbal or written commitments from any other member of the CDM Smith staff will not be considered binding terms. All unsolicited resumes sent to CDM Smith and any resume submitted to any employee outside of CDM Smith Recruiting Center Team (RCT) will be considered property of CDM Smith. CDM Smith will not be held liable to pay a placement fee.

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2. Job Title     Environmental Specialist
Location     Tanzania - Dar es Saalm
Office Location     Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Job Description     We are now accepting applicants for Environmental Specialist candidates for water resource projects located throughout Africa.

Job Responsibilities:
Ensure overall compliance of CDM Smith’s contract as it relates to environmental issues including budget, scope, schedule, quality and reporting requirements on the assignment.
Leadership of the environmental components of the project
Oversee the health, safety and environmental activities of projects to achieve compliance with applicable health and safety laws and regulations
Provide oversight for the specific roles and responsibilities assigned by the project ESIAs
Coordinate all activities with Project Manager
Coordinate and report work activities to the Project Manager
Participate and assist in preparation of required reporting mechanisms (ie: monthly, quarterly, and yearly)
Regular reporting to CDM Smith, the project manager, local government institutions, and other stakeholders as required by the client, and CDM Smith
Adherence to CDM Smith’s quality management program
Oversee remedial actions to avoid or mitigate implementation delays, cost overruns, poor quality of studies, and unmitigated environmental impacts
Review contractors’ work programs and method statements recommended for approval, to ensure conformance with project requirements; adequacy of management and organizational arrangements, and environmental mitigation plans; sufficiency of personnel and equipment resources and of other facilities; and adequacy of quality assurance and quality control procedures.
Monitor and report on contractor compliance with the site specific Environmental and Social Management Plans and Health and Safety Plans
Participate in meetings with the client, CDM Smith project team and other key stakeholders
Minimum Qualifications     Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university
15+ years of experience in the environmental impacts associated with the implementation of medium to large civil projects in accordance with international standards
A minimum of 5 years of experience in developing countries in sub-Saharan Africa, neighboring regions
Previous experience on water and sanitation projects (rural and urban) with a preference for projects in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania
Excellent written and oral communication skills in English, including the ability to prepare reports, presentations and briefing materials.
Local languages skills are preferred but not required
Ability to work as part of a high-performing and multi-disciplinary team, often operating under tight deadlines and timetables;
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.

Agency Disclaimer     All vendors must have a signed CDM Smith Placement Agreement from the CDM Smith Recruitment Center Manager to receive payment for your placement. Verbal or written commitments from any other member of the CDM Smith staff will not be considered binding terms. All unsolicited resumes sent to CDM Smith and any resume submitted to any employee outside of CDM Smith Recruiting Center Team (RCT) will be considered property of CDM Smith. CDM Smith will not be held liable to pay a placement fee

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3.  Job Title     Urban Water Engineer
Location     Tanzania - Dar es Saalm
Office Location     Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Job Description     Project Summary:
The Tanzania National Development Vision 2025 envisions, among other areas, universal access to water supply in urban areas and covering at least 90 percent of the population with water supply services in the rural areas by 2025. Supportive of this Vision is Tanzania’s Water Sector Development Program Phase II (WSDP2), a 5-year program supporting water and sanitation throughout Tanzania. The WSDP has a twenty year vision and five components: Water Resources Management, Rural Water Supply and Sanitation, Urban Water Supply and Sewage, Sanitation and Hygiene and Programme Delivery Support. The Ministry of Water and Irrigation (MoWI) has sent out a request for an expression of interest for a Project Management Services Consultant (PMSC) to support them in implementing WSDP2. In the event the PMSC is required and CDM Smith is honored to be selected for this important assignment, we are advertising for candidates.

CDM Smith is searching for a highly qualified Urban Water Engineer with significant experience managing implementation of large-scale, multi-faceted water infrastructure projects in urban settings of developing countries, with a preference for candidates with experience in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Responsibilities:

    Discipline Lead for the water supply infrastructure component associated with the WSDP2 project.
    Actively support the procurement and contract negotiations with professional service providers
    Support the team to ensure compliance of CDM Smith’s budget, scope, schedule, quality and reporting requirements on various infrastructure assignments
    Management and oversight of consulting engineering teams contracted to design and supervise the water supply, treatment and distribution infrastructure packages.
    Advice and counsel to the MoWI and donors on matters relating to the project’s progress, including project delivery, strategies, procurement, contract management, design and construction oversight, commissioning, and defects liability periods.
    Regular reporting to MoWI, the donors and other stakeholders as required.
    Adherence to CDM Smith’s quality management program (QMP).
    Serve as the focal point for local issues including local staff and sub-consultants, interpretation of events on the ground, and contact for selected program stakeholders
    Liaise with other agencies/government bodies/donors to ensure coordination and works suitability

Minimum Qualifications    

    Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent, from an accredited university.
    Master’s Degree in Water Supply, Water Resources, or similar desirable.
    Chartered/Professional license or registration from an internationally recognized institution preferred.
    10 or more years of experience in feasibility studies, planning, detailed engineering design, contract document preparation, construction supervision, contract administration and project management in water supply or water resources projects.
    Experience as a project manager on at least two design and/or construction supervision contracts in water supply, water distribution projects.
    Recent experience in Tanzania or similar Sub-Saharan Africa locations.
    Experience with FIDIC requirements and Conditions of Contract.
    Excellent oral and written communications skills in English, including the ability to prepare reports.
    Ability to work as part of a high-performing and multi-disciplinary team, often operating under tight deadlines and timetables.
    Ability to function independently and manage a team.
    An understanding of, and commitment to CDM Smith mission and Core Values.

Agency Disclaimer     All vendors must have a signed CDM Smith Placement Agreement from the CDM Smith Recruitment Center Manager to receive payment for your placement. Verbal or written commitments from any other member of the CDM Smith staff will not be considered binding terms. All unsolicited resumes sent to CDM Smith and any resume submitted to any employee outside of CDM Smith Recruiting Center Team (RCT) will be considered property of CDM Smith. CDM Smith will not be held liable to pay a placement fee.

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4. Job Title     Finance Manager
Location     Tanzania - Dar es Saalm
Office Location     Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Job Description    

CDM Smith is searching for a highly qualified Finance Manager for a large and complex integrated water resources management program in Tanzania. The objective of this project is to strengthen integrated water resources management in Tanzania to support productive sectors; and improve water supply service delivery in urban areas.

Responsibilities:

    Oversight of client/program’s funding mechanism and infrastructure implementation.
    In general, assist with financial implementation and oversight of the infrastructure program.
    Ensure overall compliance of funding usage per donor requirements.
    Regular reporting on the status, implementation activities and projects under the program to the client and other stakeholders as required.
    Process contractor payments on behalf of client via best business practices.
    Utilize management information system to facilitate dashboard reporting with respect to financial implications of the program.
    Preparing periodic financial statements and reports for the program.
    Provide answers to audit queries and inquiries.
    VAT, custom duty and other tax reporting and processing for reimbursement.
    Promote and adherence to CDM Smith’s quality management program.

Minimum Qualifications    

    Degrees: Bachelor's degree (Masters preferred) in accounting, finance or economics.
    Post-graduate chartered/professional membership (or equivalent) of a recognized international financial institution, or equivalent.
    Demonstrated experience in financial analysis for at least 3 large scale (over $50M) projects or organizations of a similar nature and complexity during the last 10 years.
    Prior financial management experience on infrastructure projects.
    Proven ability to provide sound financial analysis and review financial data.
    Previous experience analyzing and reporting variances for project financial performance.
    Strong computer skills and ability to utilize word-processing and database applications including MS Office, Familiar with utilizing advanced computerized financial applications.
    Excellent knowledge of and be fully familiar with the relevant norms, standards and procedures, as well as local legislation, circumstances and practices.
    Strong communication, prioritization, and organizational skills.
    Strong presentation skills (document-based and verbal).
    Ability to work with others in a positive and collaborative manner.
    Ability to work as part of a high-performing and multi-disciplinary team, often operating under tight deadlines and timetables.
    Language(s): Fluent in English with excellent written and oral communication skills. 
    Prior experience working with government ministries and donor funding would be advantageous.
    Prior experience in the Africa region is strongly preferred but not required.

Agency Disclaimer     All vendors must have a signed CDM Smith Placement Agreement from the CDM Smith Recruitment Center Manager to receive payment for your placement. Verbal or written commitments from any other member of the CDM Smith staff will not be considered binding terms. All unsolicited resumes sent to CDM Smith and any resume submitted to any employee outside of CDM Smith Recruiting Center Team (RCT) will be considered property of CDM Smith. CDM Smith will not be held liable to pay a placement fee.

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5.  Job Title     Urban Wastewater Engineer
Location     Tanzania - Dar es Saalm
Office Location     Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Job Description     Project Summary:
The Tanzania National Development Vision 2025 envisions, among other areas, universal access to wastewater collection and treatment services in urban areas and covering at least 90 percent of the population with wastewater treatment services in the rural areas by 2025. Supportive of this Vision is Tanzania’s Water Sector Development Program Phase II (WSDP2), a 5-year program supporting water and sanitation throughout Tanzania. The WSDP has a twenty year vision and five components: Water Resources Management, Rural Water Supply and Sanitation, Urban Water Supply and Sewage, Sanitation and Hygiene and Programme Delivery Support. The Ministry of Water and Irrigation (MoWI) has sent out a request for an expression of interest for a Project Management Services Consultant (PMSC) to support them in implementing WSDP2. In the event the PMSC is required and CDM Smith is honored to be selected for this important assignment, we are advertising for relevant candidates.

CDM Smith is searching for a highly qualified Urban Wastewater Engineer with significant experience managing implementation of large-scale, multi-faceted wastewater collection and treatment infrastructure projects in urban settings of developing countries, with a preference for candidates with experience in Tanzania or Sub-Saharan Africa.

Responsibilities:

    Discipline lead for the sanitation infrastructure component associated with the WSDP2  project.
    Actively support the procurement and contract negotiations with professional service providers.
    Support the team to ensure compliance of CDM Smith’s budget, scope, schedule, quality and reporting requirements on various infrastructure assignments.
    Management and oversight of consulting engineering teams contracted to design and supervise the wastewater collection and treatment infrastructure packages
    Advice and counsel to the MoWI and donors on matters relating to the project’s progress, including project delivery, strategies, procurement, contract management, design, construction oversight, commissioning, and defects and liability periods.
    Regular reporting to MoWI, the donors, and other stakeholders as required.
    Adherence to CDM Smith’s quality management program (QMP).
    Serve as the focal point for local issues including local staff and sub-consultants, interpretation of events on the ground, and contact for selected program stakeholders.
    Liaise with other agencies/government bodies/donors to ensure coordination and works suitability.

Minimum Qualifications    

    Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent, from an accredited university.
    Master’s Degree in wastewater and/or sanitary engineering, or similar, desirable.
    Chartered/Professional license or registration from an internationally recognized institution preferred.
    10 or more years of experience in feasibility studies, planning, detailed engineering design, contract document preparation, construction supervision, contract administration and project management in similar wastewater collection and treatment projects.
    Experience as a project manager on at least two (2) design and/or construction supervision contracts in wastewater and sanitation projects.
    Recent experience in Tanzania or similar Sub-Saharan Africa locations.
    Experience with FIDIC requirements and Conditions of Contract.
    Excellent oral and written communications skills in English, including the ability to prepare reports.
    Ability to work as part of a high-performing and multi-disciplinary team, often operating under tight deadlines and timetables.
    Ability to function independently and manage a team.
    An understanding of, and commitment to CDM Smith mission and Core Values.

Preferred Qualifications    

    Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent, from an accredited university.
    Master’s Degree in wastewater and/or sanitary engineering, or similar, desirable.
    Chartered/Professional license or registration from an internationally recognized institution preferred.
    10 or more years of experience in feasibility studies, planning, detailed engineering design, contract document preparation, construction supervision, contract administration and project management in similar wastewater collection and treatment projects.
    Experience as a project manager on at least two (2) design and/or construction supervision contracts in wastewater and sanitation projects.
    Recent experience in Tanzania or similar Sub-Saharan Africa locations.
    Experience with FIDIC requirements and Conditions of Contract.
    Excellent oral and written communications skills in English, including the ability to prepare reports.
    Ability to work as part of a high-performing and multi-disciplinary team, often operating under tight deadlines and timetables.
    Ability to function independently and manage a team.
    An understanding of, and commitment to CDM Smith mission and Core Values.

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6.   Job Title     Social Resettlement Compensation Specialist
Location     Tanzania - Dar es Saalm
Office Location     Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Job Description     We are now accepting applicants for Social/Resettlement/Compensation Specialist candidates for water and sanitation projects located throughout Africa.

Job Responsibilities:
Ensure overall compliance of CDM Smith’s contract with the client as it relates to social issues including budget, scope, schedule, quality and reporting requirements on the assignment
Leadership of the social components of the project
Regular reporting to CDM Smith, our client, local government institutions, and other stakeholders as required by the client, and CDM Smith
Oversee remedial actions to avoid or mitigate implementation delays, cost overruns, poor quality of studies, and unmitigated social impacts
Screen all sites identified for civil works to determine need for involuntary resettlement
Develop resettlement plans in accordance with client’s resettlement policy if any of the sites for rehabilitation or expansion will result in involuntary resettlement
Assess land issues, titles, and the potential impact of the ensuing project. Identify compensation needs for resettlement impacts
Adherence to CDM Smith’s quality management program
Monitor and report on contractor compliance with the site specific social management plans and health and safety plans
Participate in meetings with the client, CDM Smith project team and other key stakeholders

Minimum Qualifications     Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university
15+ years of experience in the social/resettlement/compensation projects associated with the implementation of medium to large civil projects in accordance with international standards
A minimum of 5 years of experience in developing countries in the sub-Saharan Africa
Previous experience on water and sanitation projects with a preference for projects in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania
The specialist should have in-depth understanding of and international best practices and policy on involuntary resettlement issues
Substantial experience in community mobilization and analysis of resettlement issues, preferably in Africa, will be a great advantage. As a resettlement specialist, the candidate should have thorough understanding of resettlement checklists and guidelines of international donor agencies.
Excellent written and oral communication skills in English, including the ability to prepare reports, presentations and briefing materials
Ability to work as part of a high-performing and multi-disciplinary team, often operating under tight deadlines and timetables;
Ability to speak local languages (Africa) is preferred but not required.

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