Mauritania is a signatory to the United Nations Framework Convention on Change Climate and as such, it was active in the negotiations of the Paris Climate Agreement adopted at the Conference of the Parties 21 in Paris in 2015.
The country is active in pursuing a decentralisation policy promoting better involvement of sectoral ministries in tackling climate change in sectoral strategies.
It is within this framework that the government of Mauritania has actively promoted, with the support of its development partners (GEF / UNDP), this project to avoid emissions of gases, greenhouse gases and contributing to both the development and the use of internal energy sources in the Mauritanian provinces.
To this end, the office of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), intends to recruit an expert for reception, installation and management of hybrid mini-network operational model equipment.
The consultant should have the following profile:
- Graduate degree +5 in Energy, Electrical Engineering, Electrical Network or other equivalent domains,
- Proven professional expertise of two years in project management or exploitation of electrical works,
- Proficiency in French, knowledge of English is an asset
Consultant selection process
The consultant will have to send the following:
- Curriculum Vitae + Diploma Copy
- Understanding of TDRS
- Implementation plan
Interested consultants are encouraged to submit their express of interests by email to the address below no later than 19 June 2018, email@example.com
Any request for (additional) information may be sent in writing or by e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
UNDP Office, 203, rue 42-133
BP 620 Nouakchott,
Subscribe to tenders service
For more detailed tenders you can subscribe to our Tender Subscription Service.
By partnering with a global information provider, ESI Africa can offer a database of opportunities for the energy industry direct to your inbox.
An annual subscription gives access to tender notices across the African continent for all energy sectors.