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Medical waste Management Expert

Tripoli (Libya)

  • Organization: CTG - Committed To Good
  • Location: Tripoli (Libya)
  • Grade: Senior consultancy - Consultancy
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Environment
    • Medical Practitioners
    • Biology and Chemistry
    • Waste Management
    • Malaria, Tuberculosis and other infectious diseases
  • Closing Date: 2020-09-20

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CTG Overview CTG stands for Committed To Good. With an ethical approach at the heart of all that we do, it is a description that makes us proud. Respect for the fundamental human rights of our staff, and those our staff encounter, is a cornerstone of our values. We strive for gender equality, inclusion and diversity, providing fair and equal opportunities for all. We take a zero tolerance approach to corruption and stay true to local labour laws and all local statutory requirements.
In operation since 2006, today we are honoured to serve clients in 15 fragile and conflict-affected states assisting with disaster relief, peace building, humanitarian aid and development programmes through our specialised recruitment, HR management and operational services.
Overview of position

Libya faces a serious solid waste management problem, with grossly insufficient solid waste management (SWM) services nationwide, including unreliable local collection services in only 62% of municipalities, unsightly smelly solid waste piling up in the streets, landfills nearing capacity with mixed solid waste including hazardous and commercially recyclable materials, and health and environmental risks for urban residents and the entire country.  This problem is the result of population growth, urbanization, changing consumption habits and insufficient SWM; with capacity gaps exacerbated by the recent years of conflict and compounded by lack of incentives to improve service or efficiency. The Ministry of Local Government (MoLG) has recognized this problem and has proposed an appropriate strategy in response, based on decentralization of SWM responsibilities to municipalities and improved quality of services through expanded use of performance-based contracting with local public and private sector service providers.  Together with UNICEF, UNDP Libya is leading the development of the approved concept note into a UN Joint Project Document including a feasibility study.

The Fund will support UN Country Teams in investing in key initiatives that leverage public and private financing in order to advance the SDGs. These initiatives will provide a demonstration of concept and will be scalable both in country and elsewhere.

SWM Concept Note – now approved for development as a full project proposal – is innovative for Libya in its effort to improve the results and costs of public services (SWM) through harnessing private sector resources and competitive approaches.  The proposal contains the following major components:
  • Improved neighborhood collection of solid waste collection through private hauling firms operating under incentive-based contracts.  Improvement expected in frequency and lower cost.
  • Improved neighborhood hygiene and ease of collection due to resident deposit of household solid waste in more widely available collection bins
  • Increased recycling and reduced use of landfill through commercial recycling plant operate on basis of public-private partnership, most likely BOT
  • Decreased organic waste (household and market) and increased inexpensive energy through biogas processing facility to be operated on basis of public-private contract once established
Role objectives
The main objective of this initial assignment of the Medical Waste Management expert to provide support and work in cooperation with the international expert on medical waste to participate in the development of the joint proposal “Private-Public-Community Partnership for Solid Waste Management”, along with the rest of the team of consultants.
For the Medical waste management part of the proposal, the national consultant will work on:
    • Technical aspects (including procurement estimates)
    • Business feasibility (business model and potential partners)
    • PPP risks and conditions for effective engagement of private sector
The national consultant will be responsible to estimate requirements and specify design elements of pilot medical wastes disposal facilities, and confirm engineering and business feasibility for eventual private operation of the medical disposal facilities.
The expected deliverable is a feasibility study of private operation of medical waste disposal facility; identify potentially interested parties; specify tender process and contract administration, including budget requirements
 
Project reporting
The consultant is expected to work under the overall supervision of the UNDP Programme Analyst supported by the SDG-F JP Proposal Drafting Consultant to produce a solid waste management proposal that is both technically and commercially sound, within the policy frameworks of UNDP and UNICEF.  

 
Key competencies Education
• Relevant Master and/or university Degree: engineering, environmental sciences, sciences or any relevant degree.
• With Master degree, minimum requirement is 11 years relevant experience in medical waste management, preferably at the municipal level. Bachelor degree requires a minimum 13 years of relevant experience in medical waste management, preferably at the municipal level.
• Experience working with municipal authorities would be an asset.

Languages:
• Excellent Arabic is essential. Fluency in English is Required.
Team management
This field does not require management field 
Further information
 
Criteria Weight
Technical competences Total: 100
Relevant Master and/or university Degree: engineering, economics or business 25 Points Maximum
With Master degree, minimum requirement is 11 years relevant experience in medical waste management, preferably at the municipal level.
Bachelor degree requires a minimum 13 years of relevant experience in medical waste management, preferably at the municipal level.
45 Points Maximum
Experience working with municipal authorities would be an asset. 20 points Maximum
Excellent Arabic is essential. Fluency in English is required
 
10 Points Maximum


 
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