5 Positions at CITY OF KIGALI: (Deadline 11 March 2021)

5 Positions at CITY OF KIGALI: (Deadline 11 March 2021)

5 Positions at CITY OF KIGALI: (Deadline 11 March 2021)

E-Mobility Specialist (Contractual) at CITY OF KIGALI: (Deadline 11 March 2021)

Job Description

• Promote the development of e
– mobility policies;
• Develop standards for e
– vehicles and charging facilities;
• Follow up with all activities related to the implementation of e
– mobility initiatives, including the Solutions Plus Project;
• Work with governments, public transport authorities, and other bodies to collect, process, and analyze transport data;
• Identify e
– mobility facilities development needs across the City of Kigali and carry out a financial implication analysis in this regard and advise the institution accordingly;
• Analyze and recommend priority intervention plans for e
– mobility across the City of Kigali;
• Carry out or review pre
– feasibility, feasibility plans for development of e
– mobility facilities Across the City;
• Supervise all works of developing e
– mobility facilities falling under responsibility of the City of Kigali and produce periodical reports thereof;
• Gather information on international best practices in e
– mobility and apply lessons learned locally;
• Represent COK in e
– mobility related meetings with government partners, civil society and NGO partners;
• Other duties as assigned.

Job Profile

• Be a Rwandan by Nationality
• Possess a Master’s degree in Electrical or Electronic engineering with 3 years of transport
– related professional experience or a Master’s degree in transport planning, transport engineering or other relevant field with 1 year of working experience. Having a background in electromechanics is an advantage.

Key Technical Skills & Knowledge Required:
• Fluent in Kinyarwanda, English and/or French. Knowledge of all is an advantage.;
• Knowledge of e
– vehicle technology, charging solutions, and electricity grid planning;
• Knowledge of transport planning including survey design and management; demand analysis; transport modelling and network planning;
• Excellent Microsoft Office and Microsoft Project skills. Familiarity with Access, Adobe suite, CAD, and GIS software is an advantage;
• Excellent research and analytical skills;
• Excellent Teamwork skills;
• Demonstrated ability to manage people and projects to achieve successful project outcome;
• Excellent writing and communication skills;
• Time Management skills;
• Ability to communicate complex transport issues through concise and compelling messages;
• Multi
– tasking skills and the ability to balance multiple priorities, work well under pressure and meet deadlines;
• Ability to maintain high standards while contributing pragmatic ideas.



Monitoring and evaluation Specialist (Contractual) at CITY OF KIGALI: (Deadline 11 March 2021)

Job Description

– Monitoring pilot project progress of all elements and collecting information for project indicators;

– Preparing M&E section for quarterly reports;

– Carrying out periodic evaluation and highlighting any pilot project problems/issues arising.

– Working with the General Planning department of the CoK to prepare annual and semi
– annual implementation and activities plans for the RUDP activities in the CoK;

– Develop and employ a systematic approach for data collection, and methodologies to ensure the project’s statistical data, reporting, quality and timeliness of reporting on project are met

– Track, report, and update objectives, activities, key indicators, and results over the life of projects

– Collect data for all indicators to track implementation, identify the requirement for collecting baseline data,

– Provide input and update information related to project outcomes

– Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual reports on project progress based on project activities and indicators;

– Support other project staff through spot checks in the field in order to identify and solve problems in implementation from data gathered;

– Assist the General Planning department of the CoK with the mainstreaming of project M&E system

– Develop a strategy for integrating and further developing the RUDP impact monitoring

– Work with other project staff and CoK staff to establish project budgets with clear physical targets;

– Monitor the project disbursement per project sub
– components

– Work with stakeholders to improve the timeliness, completeness and accuracy of financial and implementation progress reporting

– Assist with the establishment of Key Performance Indicators and other management metrics for the project;

– Undertake risk analyses and develop an overarching framework for safeguard policies for the project, including mitigation strategies for fiduciary risk;

– Support monitoring of compliance with environmental and social safeguarding procedures for the RUDP as per approved safeguarding frameworks,

– Support the implementation of recommendations from different RUDP assessments in relation to project management and fiduciary processes (including procurement);

– Regularly review project performance and ensure that risks are identified and mitigation is effectively and promptly applied,

– Reports to: RUDP – CoK
– KUUT Coordinator.

Job Profile

• Hold a Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Development Studies, Management, Regional Planning, Project Management, Community development with at least 5 years’ of experience in M&E of development partners funded projects/programs or a Master’s degree in the same fields with at least 3 years’ of experience in M&E of development partners funded projects/program;
• Be able to communicate in English and/ or French;
• Communication ability in English, French and Kinyarwanda constitutes added value.



Building Electro-Mechanical Inspection Officer (Contractual) at CITY OF KIGALI: (Deadline 11 March 2021)


Job Description

– Elaborate and implement, in close collaboration with other concerned staff, the City of Kigali’s strategy on building electro
– mechanical inspection and monitor related practices across the Districts of the City of Kigali;

– Carry out inspection of every construction or remodelling projects approved by the City of Kigali during their execution and accordingly advise the institution or the project owner on matters related to compliance with building electro
– mechanical norms and regulations prior to the issuance of occupation permit;

– Investigate violations and complaints, and liaise with architects, contractors, builders and the general public in the field to explain and interpret requirements and restrictions;

– Provide technical advisory to the Institution to assist in resolving disputes arising between the City of Kigali and developers.

Job Profile

A0 in Electro
– Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering.

Key Technical Skills & Knowledge required:

– Extensive Knowldge in Building Electro
– Mechanical Inspection

– Organizational Skills;

– Communication Skills;

– High analytical & Complex Problem Solving Skills;

– Judgment & Decission Making Skills;

– Time management Skills;

– Team working Skills;

– Fluent in Kinyarwanda, English and/ or French; knowledge of all is an advantage



Resource Mobilisation and Partnership Specialist (Contractual) at CITY OF KIGALI: (Deadline 11 March 2021)

Job Description

Resource mobilization

– Play an instrumental role in fundraising efforts, particularly on multi
– sector topics of resilience interventions.

– Identify prospective traditional and innovative funding sources and potential partners (e.g. bi/multi
– lateral agencies, development banks, funds, foundations funding mechanisms to support climate adaptation and resilience) increasingly broadening the donor base over time.

– Prepare and present resource mobilization proposals to targeted donors and partners that would enable implementation of the City of Kigali (CoK) Resilience Roadmap.

– Prepare donor reports in cooperation with the finance team and submit them to donors in a timely manner.
Partnership & outreaching

– Provide support in outreaching activities (identification of contact points, preparation and set up of meetings, conference calls and/or missions) to build relationship with potential funding partners.

– Contribute to the preparation of various supporting material for outreach activities (briefings/background papers, concept notes, fact sheets, PowerPoint presentations, etc.).

– Monitor event budgets and ensure that events are executed within budget.

– Perform any other duties related to partnerships and visibility raising for the CoK resilience program as requested by the supervisor.

Job Profile


– University degree in business, economics, marketing, project management, or related fields

– With master’s degree, a minimum of five (5), or with bachelor’s degree a minimum of seven (7) years of relevant professional experience in partnership, resource mobilization, business development, outreaching activities and market research and analysis.

– Applying expertise; effective communication; learning and knowledge sharing; results
– focused, teamwork and collaboration; innovation and facilitating change; networking and building partnerships, planning and organizing; computer literacy (office, web based tools); ability to work independently and as part of a team.

– Excellent oral and written communication skills in English and Kinyarwanda. Knowledge of French would be an advantage.



Environmental Specialist (contractual) at CITY OF KIGALI: (Deadline 11 March 2021)

Job Description

– Working with the Team of Kigali Urban Upgrading (KUUT) and the various contractors to ensure Environmental Monitoring Plans (EMPs) are being adhered to;

– Highlighting problems identified and informing the Team Leader, Contracts Engineer and liaising with REMA as necessary;

– Preparing internal environmental and social guidelines for the preparation, implementation, monitoring and reporting of environmental documents required by various safeguards instruments;

– Reviewing Environmental and Social Management Frameworks (ESMF) and coordinating the development and implementation of the ESMP, Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIAs), and other environmental safeguards in compliance with relevant safeguards policies of the Government of Rwanda and the World Bank;

– Conduct analysis of technical feasibility of projects review process, with particular emphasis on environmental issues;

– Providing recommendations to KUUT and make necessary changes prior to submission of relevant safeguard instruments to the World Bank, ensure consistency in the level of proficiency and presentation of the documentation;

– Supporting KUUT in the review of documentation pertaining to environmental compliance with a focus on bidding documents, reviews on
– site, reports from contractors, supervisor etc. during project implementation;

– Contribute to project progress reports pertaining to overall implementation of environmental requirements of the project, including prevention and mitigation;

– Coordinating and facilitating the work of consultants engaged to carry out environmental and social impact assessments and monitoring of safeguards instruments implementation;

– Preparing training materials, and conducting technical training workshops to contractors and consultants on environmental safeguards requirements;

– Undertaking field visits to ascertain if ESMP and the grievance redress mechanisms established for the project are functioning appropriately and the individual projects are implemented in an environmentally sustainable manner;

– Collation of appropriate performance and monitoring indicators to input into the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Framework of the project with emphasis on environment performance;

– Preparation of Monthly, Quarterly and Annual Environment Monitoring and Evaluation reports

– Support the documentation of successes, challenges and lessons
– learnt in RUDP implementation

– Accomplishing any other related task as shall be designated by the RUDP.

– Reports to: RUDP – CoK
– KUUT Coordinator.

Job Profile

• Hold a Bachelor degree in Environmental Sciences, Environmental Management, Environmental Chemistry or water and sanitation, with at least 5 years of professional experience working in environmental sector experience or a Master’s Degree in the same fields with at least 2 years of professional experience working on environmental matters on multi
– sector urban development projects;
• Have experience drafting, implementing and monitoring Environmental Management Plans.
• Be familiar with Rwanda construction and environmental codes and standards;
• Be familiar with World Bank environmental procedures and safeguards requirements;
• Have worked on urban development projects;
• Be able to communicate in English and/ or French;
• Communication ability in English, French and Kinyarwanda constitutes added value.



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