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Livelihood Restoration Coordinator job

Livelihood Restoration Coordinator job Post

Location:  Jobs in Uganda 2021 - 2022


Work Hours: Full-time, 08 hours per day

Salary: UGX

No. of vacancies: 01

Deadline: 30 December 2021

Hiring Organization: Livelihood Restoration Coordinator job

Job Details:

SeaOwl Energy Services is a specialist provider of integrated services and project management solutions within the Energy and Renewables industries. We provide global workforce solutions to the Construction, Energy, Extractives, Logistics, Mining and Manufacturing sectors worldwide. SeaOwl Energy Services offers a full range of staffing solutions, including: Contract; Recruitment Services; Managed Solutions; and Consultancy/Contingent Work Force.
On behalf of our Client in the Extractives sector, we are looking for (a)competent Livelihood Restoration Coordinator SITUATION IN THE ORGANISATION
Position: Livelihood Restoration Coordinator
Reports to:
N+1 Livelihood Restoration Lead
N+2 Head of RAP Implementation
Division: EACOP
Direction: Project Representative/Social and Land/Resettlement Planning MISSION/SERVICE

DIMENSIONS
The EACOP Project comprises 1143 km of heated crude oil pipeline from Hoima in Uganda to Tanga in Tanzania arriving at a marine storage terminal and offloading facility. EACOP has identified livelihoods impacts which will result from the land acquisition programme. To mitigate these impacts, livelihoods restoration and support strategies have been identified in the RAP. The Livelihood Restoration Coordinator coordinates livelihood restoration activities as part of the RAP Implementation team in particular those contained in the Livelihoods Restoration Plan which form part of the broader RAP Implementation programme.

ACTIVITIES
The Livelihood Restoration Coordinator will be responsible for:
• Developing a detailed understanding of the RAPs and identified livelihoods strategy for physically and economically displaced PAPs for the Priority Areas and Pipeline
• Supporting the detailed elaboration of the livelihood restoration programme according to the regional RAPs including understanding any specific regional or local requirements
• Supporting or leading engagement at the regional, district and ward level with government stakeholders and community representatives in the identification of livelihood challenges and opportunities for livelihood restoration
• Leading the transitional livelihoods support programme and ensure that physically and economically displaced PAP s do not suffer further impacts
• Supporting the Land and Resettlement Coordinator for RAP Implementation with the identification of temporary accommodation and implementation of transitional livelihoods
• Monitoring transitional livelihoods Contractors and ensure the full and proper delivery of all identified support packages is carried until replacement houses and replacement land has been made available
• Supporting the identification of and allocation of replacement agricultural land as required
• Ensuring that all data and documents related to the transfer of Right of Occupancy (ROO) of replacement land has been properly recorded and deposited into the Project Data System
• Working with the broader RAP Implementation team to ensure that Replacement Land security of tenure, customary Right of Occupancy and registration have been achieved and certificates have been delivered to affected PAPs if relevant
• Supporting the identification of potential livelihood restoration implementation partners, conduct a detailed assessment of potential partners and provide feedback to Livelihood Restoration Lead and Head of RAP Implementation
• Supporting the procurement process for livelihood restoration implementation partners and support the process to onboard the implementation partners into the RAP Implementation programme
• Identifying opportunities for the implementation of livelihood restoration pilot programmes that can be tested early with the objective of identifying risks to fully restored livelihoods
• Providing inputs and supporting the implementation of livelihood restoration programmes, ensuring that all PAPs identified as recipients of livelihoods restoration support, participate in these programmes, identifying and reporting any reasons for non-participation
• Defining livelihoods restoration monitoring activities and KPIs, and implement robust livelihoods reporting mechanisms
• Supporting and providing inputs to the district Resettlement Committees on livelihoods restoration programmes design and implementation
• Monitoring and centralizing livelihood restoration data coming from regional teams including reviewing implementation progress and identifying lagging areas
• Interfacing with the Replacement Housing lead to ensure that the Replacement Housing Construction process is aligned with the temporary accommodation and transitional livelihoods process
• Ensuring any schedule impacts associated with the Replacement Housing Construction process are translated into mitigation impacts to ensure that physically displaced PAPs’ livelihoods are not unduly impacted
• Participating in weekly progress calls with livelihood restoration implementation partners and review field progress reports
• Submitting weekly and monthly reporting as determined by Livelihood Restoration Lead and Head of RAP Implementation

CONTEXT AND ENVIRONMENT
• The Livelihood Restoration Coordinator will be based in Kampala with regular travel to the field
• The Livelihood Restoration Coordinator is expected to interface continuously with all departments within the Land and Social department, wider EACOP organization and Resettlement Implementation Contractor/s as necessary

ACCOUNTABILITIES
• She/he is responsible for coordination and delivery of appropriate livelihood restoration programmes, transitional support and relocation of displaced PAPs
• She/he will ensure the livelihood restoration strategies are completed in compliance with IFC Performance and Project Standards


QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIRED EXPERIENCE
• Advanced Degree in agriculture, agricultural economics, agronomy, agribusiness, social sciences, environmental sciences or a related discipline, required
• 10-15 years of professional experience in working on agricultural development or rural development within rural communities in Uganda required
• A minimum of 10 years professional experience in Resettlement Implementation and Livelihoods Restoration preferred
• Professional experience of investor international financing standards requirements for livelihood restoration
• Professional experience working with private sector/industry on delivery of livelihood restoration programmes required by investors
• Excellent communication skills with a proven ability to develop and maintain good relations with stakeholders including, local communities and local government authorities
• Proven ability to multitask and work independently
• Willingness to work in the field essential
• Excellent and proven data management skills and attention to detail required
• Excellent computer and analytical skills required
• Fluency in English (written and spoken) essential

Application procedure

Interested applicants who meet the criteria as outlined above are encouraged to send a detailed CV ONLY by email to: Via email: career.ea@seaowlgroup.com
Subject of your email should be the position you are applying for
Do not hesitate to contact us, if you have any questions or need any clarifications
Tel. & WhatsApp: +256 (0) 761 441 554
Deadline for CV submission: Thursday, December 30th, 2021 – 9:00 AM.

Date Posted: 2021-12-17

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