Cultural and Heritage Consultant
Cultural and Heritage Consultant
|Title:||Cultural and Heritage Consultant|
|Duration:||One Month with possible extension up to 3 months|
|Exp.:||2018-09-30-(6 Days From now)|
|Salary:||As per NTA Salary Scale|
|Organization:||NRAP/MRRD |About NRAP/MRRD|
|Education:||Advance University degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in the area of Culture Heritage|
|Work Experience:||At least five (5) of professional experience Years|
Required qualifications (language education professional experience and core skills)
Advance University degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in the area of Culture Heritage and Archeology or closely related field. Training courses in any relevant field of culture such as cultural management will be an advantage.
Excellent command of English language (reading speaking drafting).
Individual consultants interested must send their CV with three verifiable references to the following emai
Duties & Responsibilities
Description of Duties
Under the overall supervision of the NRAP PIU and Environment and Social Safeguard Manager and close supervision of the Sr. regional Engineer and in close co-operation with the NRAP Regional Engineers the Culture Heritage Consult will support the program for the implementation of ESMF with below specific duties Ensure that the Programme’s Update Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) are well understood by the key counterparts responsible for sub-project implementation. The key tasks will include but not limited to;
Culture Heritage Consult is responsible on the Dissemination of Project Information at various stages.
The Cultural and Heritage Consultant will prepare the Culture Heritage Management Plan (CHMP) and site-specific environmental and social management plan (ESMP) for Bamyan Buddha road project according to the applicable national laws and the WB’s safeguards policies.
The study (preparation of CHMP) will comprise both validated secondary data as well as primary data collected through sample-based representative field-based socio-economic survey FGD discussions key informant interviews and stakeholder consultation to be arranged on draft CHMP.
Stakeholder Workshop on Cultural Heritage Plan
The consultant will arrange a consultation workshop with stakeholder agencies including communities to seek their input on draft CHMP report and site specific ESMP. Draft report (English and local versions) needs to be shared with all stakeholders at least two weeks prior to stakeholder workshop.
The proposed consultation with stakeholder agencies aims to receive input from stakeholder agencies on their views of important cultural and historical issues. It will also help clarify values and the trade-offs associated with different alternatives for managing cultural heritage.
CHMP report structures and Contents
The following are contents of the proposed Cultural Heritage Management Plan (CHMP)
Introduction & background
Description of the location of the sub-project
Assessment of significance and current condition
The consultant will deliver the following:
Inception report outlining incl. overview of methodology and work plan which should include a stakeholder engagement plan
There have also been a number of cultural heritage studies conducted within the world heritage site in Bamiyan Valley which will serve as the basis to develop the CHMP.
Interested Afghans with the required qualifications and experience should submit their applications electronically through [email protected]
Please don’t forget to type the Vacancy Announcement Number (814/018/HRCSD/NRAP/MRRD) in Subject while applying online. Application without vacancy number will not be accepted.
The Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is highly committed to increase women’s participation in government sector therefore women are highly encouraged to apply.