Seeking for Procurement Technical Secretary Phase II (BEIP II)23-07-2019
On January 29th 2016, the Government of Suriname (GOS) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) signed the Loan Contract (no. 3603/OC-SU) concerning the continuation of the Basic Education Improvement Program in Phase II (BEIP II).
The objective of the Program is to increase the learning outcomes of all primary school students and improve the quality and internal efficiency of the basic education system in Suriname. BEIP phase II complements phase I by means of updating and improving curriculum content and processes; improving access to better schools and teacher housing in the interior; building capacity at school level and within the MOESC.
Under the Loan Agreement, executed by MOESC, the Program Management Unit (PMU) of BEIP II, intends to apply a portion of these funds to eligible payments under the contract of a Procurement Technical Secretary to be selected and hired. PMU of BEIP is seeking qualified Surinamese citizens to fill this position.
The selection of the individual consultant will be conducted based on the evaluation of the qualification and experience of each candidate to perform the Terms of Reference. Interested eligible candidates may obtain additional information from the Procurement Specialist at the Basic Education and Improvement Program (firstname.lastname@example.org) and inspect the Terms of Reference at the address given below from 22 - 31 July, 2019, between 9.00 A.M — 2.00 P.M.
Qualification requirements include a minimum of two (2) years of relevant procurement experience and a University degree from Administrative Science such as Business, Management, Economics, Administrative Law, or Economics, or Engineering or a similar discipline.
The latest day to submit a CV and application letter is the 22d of August, 2019, no later than 3.00 PM (Suriname Time).
Office: Second Basic Education Improvement Program (2nd BEIP
Ministry of Education, Science and Culture
Address: Rode Kruislaan 11A
Telephone no.: (+ 597) 499-808
Paramaribo, 18 juli 2019
MINISTERIE VAN ONDERWIJS, WETENSCHAP EN CULTUUR