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  • OJT Instructor

    Kuwait

    Qualification and Experience: • Educational Qualification: Degree or Diploma in Chemical Engineering or Equivalent Experience Required: • Minimum 8 years of experience in refinery operations positions of increasing responsibilities such as Field Operator, Console/Control Room Operator, Supervisor, including exposure to multiple refinery units. • Develop refinery unit operating procedures, operating manuals, training manuals, qualification assessments, and other training materials • Perform internal technical reviews of training documentation, Instruct training classes and field training for operator qualifications, Implement training plans. • Provide end user refinery unit specific coaching and problem solving • Experience using Microsoft Office software, specifically Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Visio • Ability to read piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&IDs) and other engineering drawings

    naukrigulf.com - 26 days ago - 8 years of experience

  • Marketing Manager

    Kuwait

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  • Recruiter

    Al Ahmadi, Kuwait City, Hawalli, Kuwait

    We are looking for Recruiter locally in Kuwait. Min experience 1 to 5 yrs Should be Technically strong

    naukrigulf.com - 28 days ago - 1-5 years of experience

  • Pastry Chef

    Kuwait City, Kuwait

    naukrigulf.com - 27 days ago

  • Senior National Human Rights and Policy Adviser

    UNDP - Kuwait

    The UN Resident Coordinator office aim to achieve a better focus and enhance the impact of the UN activities in Kuwait. The Resident Coordinator Office (RCO) provides the strategic directions to the Country Office (CO). The RCO interacts with many interlocutors in Kuwait, and the RC’s Office forge partnerships with the Government of Kuwait, represented through the General Secretariat of the Supreme Council of Planning and Development (GSSCPD), the line ministries and policy makers, all agencies within the UN System, donors, NGOs, Private Sector and Civil Society. The United Nations Country Team (UNCT) includes 11 Resident UN organizations and 8 Non- Resident who are currently preparing a multi-year framework, the United Nations Strategic Cooperation Framework (UNSCF 2020-2026). The UN Resident Coordinator, as the designated representative of the UN Secretary-General, leads the UN System in Kuwait in its developmental work. The Office of the UN Resident Coordinator (RC Office) serves as the Secretariat to the UN System and, as such, supports UN inter-agency processes. This position is located in the Office of the United Nations Resident Coordinator (UNRC), Kuwait. The incumbent will report to the UN Resident Coordinator, and to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights through the Regional Director of Arab States Branch (OHCHR) located in Beirut, Lebanon. Under the direct supervision of the UN Resident Coordinator (UNRC), the functional support and guidance of the OHCHR, and coordination with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Senior National Human Rights Adviser (HRA), will be responsible for the following duties: - Supports the UNRC and the United Nations Country Team (UNCT) in integrating human rights into their programmes and activities, in particular the United Nations Development Strategic Cooperation Framework (UNSCF) and other key strategic planning tools, including by building UNCT capacities to apply a human rights-based approach to their programmes and activities, conducting situational assessments and a mapping of UNCT capacities and needs, facilitating country level coordination and acting as a resource person in programme activities implemented by the UNCT; - Supports the UNRC and UNCT and national partners in their engagement with international human rights mechanisms such as the Universal Periodic Review (UPR), Treaty Bodies and Special Procedures of the Human Rights Council, as well as those under relevant international instruments of specialized agencies, including by supporting the UNCT contribution to the Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC), Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR) reports; Special Rapporteur on the human rights of migrants - Support the UNRC and the UNCT with the dissemination and sharing of information, coordinating or facilitating the UNCT's contributions and programmatic follow up to the recommendations of these bodies, and helping the UNCT to provide timely and effective support to relevant country missions of Special Procedures mandate holders and other UN mechanisms; - Advises the UNRC and the UNCT in facilitating consultations with non-profit, and private entities on the incorporation of their contributions to the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) and other relevant international instruments, particularly the Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC), Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR) reports and any required reviews, special rapporteurs visits or reports; - Advises the UNRC and the UNCT in developing strategies and programmes to build and strengthen national capacities and institutions for the promotion and protection of human rights, based on assessment of national context, capacities and priorities and facilitate access to specific human rights expertise, including by drawing from human rights resources and tools available; - Supports the UNRC and the UNCT in promoting human rights as a common UN value and upholding international norms and standards through advocacy and awareness-raising; - Where applicable, advises on integrating human rights in the humanitarian support and peace building efforts of the country; - Prepares a monthly policy update to UN RC on key engagements of Kuwait in peace- building, conflict resolution and stabilization initiatives, including major engagements of Kuwait in conferences and relevant international events; - Support the establishment of a country Children’s Family Support mechanism in collaboration with local institutions; and national human rights institution - Upon request, and under the direct supervision and guidance of the UNRC, provides advice, training and technical assistance to the Government and other national stakeholders with a view to further catalyzing coordinated UN responses in order to strengthen national capacity for the promotion and protection of human rights, including follow up to recommendations from the human rights mechanisms; - Performs other related duties as required. Deliverables/ Outputs Target Due Dates Payment schedulein percentage Review and Approvals Required Monthly Report consisting of: Policy update on key engagements of Kuwait in peace-building, conflict resolution andstabilization initiatives. 2- Report on a stakeholder assessment of key with non-profit, NGO and private organizations involved in the promotion of Human Rights in Kuwait UNSPF Resource mobilization and Partnership Report 30 th October 2020 Estimated levelof work 12 days per month established daily rate 20% UN Resident Coordinator Monthly Report consisting of: Report on planned consultations with non profit, NGO and private organizations for theircontributions to the UniversalPeriodic Review. 2. Report on the consultations for the establishment of a country Children’s Family Support mechanism in collaboration with local institutions. 30 th Nov 2020 Estimated levelof work 12 days per month established daily rate 20% UN Resident Coordinator Monthly Report consisting of: Policy update on key engagements of Kuwait in peace-building, conflict resolution and stabilizationinitiatives. 2. Report on the key actions that the government should undertake to respond to various UN treaty bodies and report recommendations on the area of Human Rights 20 th Dec 2020 Estimated levelof work 12 days per month established daily rate 20% UN Resident Coordinator Monthly Report consisting of: 20 th Jan 2021 20% UN Resident 1. Update on the strategy and support activities for Capacity building in Human Rights institutions. Report on the proposed UNCTadvocacy Human Rights actions. Update on the contributions to the reporting mechanisms (CESCR, etc.) Estimated levelof work 12 daysper month established dailyrate Coordinator Monthly Report consisting of: Monthly policy update on key engagements of Kuwait in peace- building, conflict resolution and stabilization initiatives 2. Report on the support to the establishment of a country Children’s Family Support mechanism in collaboration with local institutions. 3. Final report of activities undertaken 20 th Feb 2021 Estimated levelof work 12 daysper month established dailyrate 20% UN Resident Coordinator Total estimated level of effort over 8 months 60 working days 100% 1. Institutional Arrangement The Consultant will work & report to UNRC Senior Management. The consultant will be based in the Kuwait UN RCO It is sole responsibility of the consultant to make sure to submit all deliverables and attachments ontime. Given reports (draft and interim) will serve as justification of payment. The consultant will be provided with access to internet and copy machine during the time he/sheare working from the UN RC Office. 2. Duration of the Work1 The contract work is for a duration of 6o days over the period of five (5) months. 3. Duty Station Kuwait 4. Scope of Price Proposal and Schedule of Payments Lump Sum Fixed daily rate at the established SB for service contracts. The financial proposal submitted shall specify a total lump sum amount, and payment terms around specific and measurable (qualitative and quantitative) deliverables (i.e. whether payments fall in installments orupon completion of the entire contract). Payments are based upon output, i.e. upon delivery of the servicesspecified in the TOR. The financial proposal will include a breakdown of this lump sum amount (including the number of anticipated working days). Travel: no travels envisaged under this assignment. In the case of unforeseeable travel, payment of travel costs including tickets, lodging, and terminal expenses should be agreed upon, between the respective business unit and Individual Consultant, prior to travel andwill be reimbursed. 5. EVALUATION The cumulative analysis for the evaluation will follow the weights presented below Total score=TechnicalScore + Financial Score. Technical Criteria weight - 70%, 700 scores maximum Financial Criteria weight - 30%. 300 scores maximum The selection of the candidates will be done in 3 stages: 1st stage : Prior to detailed evaluation, all applications will be thoroughly screened against eligibility criteria(minimum qualification requirements) as set in the TOR to determine whether they are compliant/non-compliant. Shortlisting criteria 1 Advanced university degree (Master’s and equivalent) in law, political science, international relations or other related field. A first-level university degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying work experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. 2 Human rights experience in Kuwait is required. 3 Fluency in English and Arabic, with writing skills in both languages. 2nd stage: Evaluation of technical proposals Short-listed candidates will be evaluated based on the following criteria. Only candidates obtaining aminimum of 490 points (70%) at the Technical Evaluation would be considered for the Financial Evaluation. Technical Evaluation Criteria (Desk review and Interview based) Maximum obtainable points – 700; Threshold – 490 points Relevant educational background 90 15 year of progressively responsible experience at the national (government or private institutions) and international levels in the field of human rights, with development and/or humanitarian experience 170 Relevance of Human rights experience in Kuwait is required. 100 Previous working experience with UN organization or UN Human Right mechanism 70 Proven analytical writing and oral presentation skills English; 50 Proven analytical writing and oral presentation skill in Arabic 50 Good understanding of the assignment with all specific components 170 proposed within TOR have been identified clearly and in a logical order to address ToR requirements: Excellent 100% from the score Good 90% from the score Satisfactory 70% from the score Poor 40% from the score Very poor 10% from the score Financial Evaluation Criteria Maximum obtainable points – 300 (30%) 3rd stage : Financial evaluation The cumulative analysis will be used based on the following methodology: All the offers of individualconsultants who scored 490 (70% from 700) and more points during the desk review are acceptable for financialevaluation. The lowest financial qualified proposal receives 300 points and all the other technically qualifiedproposals receive points in inverse proportion per the formula: Formula applied P=y(µ/z) P=points for the financial proposal being evaluated y=maximum number of points for the financial proposal equal to 300 µ=the lowest priced proposal z=price of the proposal being evaluated DOCUMENTS TO BE INCLUDED WHEN SUBMITTING THE PROPOSALS. Duly accomplished Letter of Confirmation of Interest and Availability using the template provided byUNDP; Personal CV or P11 , indicating all past experience from similar projects, as well as the contact details (email and telephone number) of the Candidate and at least three (3) professional references; Brief of why the individual considers him/herself as the most suitable for the assignment, anda methodology, if applicable, on how they will approach and complete the assignment. A methodology is recommended for intellectual services, but may be omitted for support services [Note: this is optional forsupport services ]; Financial Proposal that indicates the all-inclusive fixed total contract price, supported by a breakdown of costs, as per template provided. If an Offeror is employed by an organization/company/institution, and he/she expects his/her employer to charge a management fee in the process of releasing him/her toUNDP under Reimbursable Loan Agreement (RLA), the Offeror must indicate at this point, and ensure thatall such costs are duly incorporated in the financial proposal submitted to UNDP. Functional Competencies Promoting Organizational Learning and Knowledge Sharing: Makes the case for innovative ideas documenting successes and building them into the design of new approaches; Identifies innovative approaches and strategies that promote the use of tools and mechanisms; Develops and/or participates in the development of tools and mechanisms, including identifying new approaches to promote individual and organizational learning and knowledge sharing using formal and informal methodologies. Core Competencies Demonstrates leadership, team building and coordinating skills Demonstrates commitment to human development principles and values. Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability; Shares knowledge and experience; Provides helpful feedback and advice; Strong analytical skills; Plans and produces quality results to meet established goals; Generates innovative, practical solutions to challenging situations; Conceptualizes and analyses problems to identify key issues, underlying problems, and how they relate; Demonstrates substantive and technical knowledge to meet responsibilities and post requirements with excellence; Demonstrates strong oral and written communication skills; Demonstrates openness to change and ability to manage complexities; Responds positively to critical feedback and differing points of view. Academic Qualification: Advanced university degree (Master's degree or equivalent), preferably in law, political science, international relations or another related field. A first-level university degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying work experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. Experience: • Advanced university degree (Master's degree or equivalent), preferably in law, political science, international relations or another related field. A first-level university degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying work experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree. • At least fifteen (15) years of progressively responsible experience at the national (government or private institutions) and international levels in the field of human rights, with development and/or humanitarian experience is desirable. Human rights experience in Kuwait is required. Previous working experience with UN organization will be an asset. Languages: English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the position advertised, fluency in English and Arabic is required. Demonstrated writing skills and ability to produce high quality reports in English and Arabic;

    undp.org - 27 days ago - 2 years of experience

  • Common Country Analysis Consultant

    UNDP - Kuwait

    The UN Resident Coordinator Office (RCO) aims to achieve a better focus and enhance the impact of the UN activities in Kuwait. The RCO provides the strategic guidance and support to UN entities in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and relevant UN resolutions. The RCO interacts with many interlocutors in Kuwait and forges partnerships with the Government of Kuwait. The United Nations Country Team (UNCT) includes 11 Resident UN organizations and 8 Non-Resident who are jointly working on a multi-year framework, the United Nations Strategic Cooperation Framework (UNSCF 2020-2025). The UN Resident Coordinator, as the designated representative of the UN Secretary-General, leads the UN System in Kuwait in its developmental work. The RCO serves as the Secretariat to the UN System and, as such, supports UN inter-agency processes. The Common Country Analysis (CCA), is an objective baseline measure of the situation in the country, and a key instrument for the coordination function of the UNCT. The current Kuwait Common Country Assessment (CCA) was produced in 2015 and updated in 2018 as part of the UNSCF preparation process. The UNCSF has now been finalized and agreed with the Government of Kuwait, and its waiting for signature. The CCA will provide integrated analysis and foresight for the Future Narrative in Kuwait post COVID-19. In this respect, it will be a living document that provides a strong focus on the 2030 Agenda, with a special attention to the gaps and opportunities for achieving the SDGs. The CCA will be a data-driven analysis of the national development situation with an emphasis on the principle of Leaving No One Behind (LNOB) in support of achievement of New Kuwait vision 2035. The process is being put in place by the RCO for a Common Country Assessment system and foresight that will turn into a flexible, speedy and strong analysis for informing sound programmes of cooperation and effective response to the country needs as indicated in the five-year Development Plan 2020-2025. The update of the CCA will be based on a cyclical process of risk assessment, information update, analysis and foresight to feed the programmatic approach of the UNCT. The iterative process should be repeated on annual basis. The scope of this consultancy is to facilitate the preparation of a high-quality, rights based, and evidence based CCA and Kuwait Future Narrative post COVID-19 Report. The consultancy is located in the United Nations Resident Coordination Office (RCO) in Kuwait and reports to the Resident Coordinator Office Team Leader under the everyday coordination of the SDG Data Manager and Results/Monitoring Officer. It will be home-based, with possible missions to Kuwait if health and travel conditions allow it. This consultancy is aimed to support the UNCT in Kuwait to develop a; 1) high quality and evidence-based Common Country Assessment and; 2) Kuwait Future Narrative post COVID-19 Report. It will examine the situation of the country Vis-à-vis Kuwait’s commitment to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda, human rights, UN norms and standards and the principles of the UN Charter as well as the challenges and opportunities to realize New Kuwait Vision 2035 as set in the National Development Plan 2020-2025 .The CCA Report is expected to inform UNCT of priority programmatic interventions needed to achieve the outcomes of Kuwait United Nations Strategic Cooperation Framework 2020-2025. The Common Country Assessment will follow the United Nations Guidelines for CCA as annexed to the UN Cooperation Framework Guide (attached in Annex 1). The main elements/ Sub-reports expected of the CCA and Kuwait Future Narrative post COVID-19 Reports are: 1. Multi-Dimensional Risk Assessment, and LNOB Analysis 2. Foresight and future scenario narrative: o Economic resilience; o Education and continuous learning: o Protection of vulnerable group; o Health, Well-being and Living Environment analysis o Governance, institutional strengthening, and global positioning Scope of Work 1. To work with UNCT in identifying multidimensional risks that could impact the development trajectory of the country, particularly taking into account the impact of the COVID-19 crisis across the following risk areas: economic stability, food security, access to social services, social cohesion and the future of work, public health, built and natural environment, regional and global influences, political and democratic space, SDG financing and funding landscape risks. 2. To analyze the risk assessment and mitigation factors at immediate, short and medium term. 3. To incorporate briefing notes and indicator analysis produced by the RCO and the UNCT and systematize the collection of data, knowledge, best practices, and identified during the risk consultation process and UN-75 talks organized by RCO and the UNCT. 4. To identify and describe population groups left behind or at risk of being left behind in the country, assessing the evidence of who is left behind and to what degree and the underlying intersection of drivers of risks and vulnerabilities, sources of deprivation, discrimination and needs; and analysis of inequalities, including gender inequality, taking into account political, social, cultural, geography, governance, disasters, climate change, the environment or the economy related issues. 5. In collaboration with the SDG Data Manager and Results/Monitoring officer, to complement the risk analyses with available data and evidence available for Kuwait generating stronger evidence that support key messages, particularly the risk of population groups being left behind. 6. To develop the Foresight and Future Scenarios narrative that will arise from the multi-dimensional risk assessment studies and supported by data analysis from previous sections. It will take a prospective approach by focusing on enhancing quality of life, jobs and income and a right based approach to development, which the Kuwait – United Nations Strategic Cooperation Framework 2020-2025 intends to support. With Kuwait Vision 2035 as a guiding narrative, this section will analyze current developmental trends and pathways towards achieving the Agenda 2030, while anticipating possible impacts from the Multi-Dimensional Risk Assessment in Kuwait National Development Plant 2020-2025. The analysis of the policy briefs will be incorporated into the foresight and future scenarios. 7. To identify the progress, challenges, opportunities and gaps related to the achievement of the vision of Kuwait in following areas, with their respective s: 7.1. Economic resilience : an economic resilient Kuwait that is less dependent on oil revenue, based on a knowledge-based economy with private sector participation of the economy. This section analyses Kuwait baseline and the gap to achieving its goals, particularly amid the challenges and risk posed by the crisis. It analyzes the prospects of bouncing back from the dual crisis as a more inclusive and sustainable economy. From a human capital and people-centered approach to economic development, this section will examine the relationship between economic growth, job creation and income, population access to public services, resource allocation for public services and expenditure, labour market policies and unemployment trends and prospects. It will highlight the demographic trends vis-à-vis the labour market, included the required skills and capacities needed to achieve a balanced and inclusive society. 7.2. Education and continuous learning: (e-learning) The COVID-19 crisis has brought severe shocks to the education sector in Kuwait as in the rest of the world. To become a knowledge economy and provide its young population with the skills required in a diversified economy, the acceleration of reforms needed to improve the quality of education, and to mitigate the strong impact of this unparalleled disruption to education, is an outmost priority. A prosperous Kuwait requires the accelerated rolling out of e-learning mechanism, and capacity building to educators. To reach a knowledge-based Kuwait, policies and planning will be needed to review the adjustment of plans and programmes, tolls and curricula to accelerate the back-to-school. Kuwait will become resilient to future crisis through the incorporation of measures that will enable the continued teaching and learning, with the necessary skills development. Finally, the section examines the effectiveness of the skill development and higher education services and programmes. 7.3. Protection of vulnerable group: A nurturing and cohesive Kuwait ensures at the adequacy and effectiveness of social protection systems for the population in vulnerable situations (national and non-nationals alike) and ensures that the benefits of prosperity are shared among its population. A socially cohesive Kuwait protects its vulnerable population from shocks. The COVID-19 and economic crisis has hit many of the vulnerable population from many angles. Their working and living conditions enhance their vulnerabilities, and at the same time the group that will be most impacted from the economic crisis. This section looks at the inter-linkages between social vulnerabilities and health – risk factors, and the conditions that make vulnerable groups prone to further exploitations. 7.4. Health, Well-being and Living Environment analysis : This section further analyzes national policies and services that affect universal access to health, quality of health services, impacting the prevalence communicable diseases and multiplying the risks non-communicable diseases. The health sector in Kuwait is playing a vital role during the crisis. Healthcare institutions will continue playing a vital role achieving the desired quality of life for the people of Kuwait. The health crisis is bringing valuable lessons to understand the need of improving service quality in the existing public healthcare system and developing a national healthcare system capable of resolving growing public health issues at reasonable cost. This section will further focus at the country status in terms of natural and built environment. It takes a look at the trade-off between economic development and environmental protection, vis-à-vis the prevailing patterns of urban development and its corresponding impacts in consumption patterns of natural resources. It examines at the impacts of economic diversification, and eventual reduction of government subsidies in the future living environment modalities. This section will make use of comparable data analysis between living standards, including rates of consumption natural resources – including land, waste management and protection of environmental assets, and the past and projected trends of economic and social development indicators. Finally, it will take a prospective analysis of the trends of biodiversity and environmental degradation and underlying environmental and health risks that this can provoke, including climate-change related risks. 7.5. Governance, institutional strengthening, and global positioning : A post-COVID Kuwait will have learnt from the need of improving effectiveness and efficiency in critical service delivery. The section elaborates on the required public sector and political reforms needed to become more resilient to future crises. It analyzes the various practices of governance at various levels with the aspiration of identifying critical areas needed to transform Kuwait over the three planning cycles: from Private led development (2020-2025) to Knowledge Economy (2025-2030) and becoming a Smart Kuwait (2030-2035). Starting from the state as the primary duty-bearer for human rights, the division of power, the organization of the state authority on the territory, including capacities to adopt a cross-sectoral and participatory approach to realize the 2035 Vision. The analysis of security, conflict prevention, corruption, rule of law, and access to justice, as well as public participation, freedom of opinion and expression, along with other fundamental freedoms and the capacity of the state to respect, protect and fulfil human rights. A second part of this section will elaborate the global positioning of the State of Kuwait, and the increasing role as a partner for preventive diplomacy, conflict resolution, humanitarian and development assistant, promoting peace and stability in the region. Methodology: The consultant will develop a technically sound methodology in accordance with human rights approach to data, international data protection standards and the UN Principles on Personal Data Protection and Privacy. The methodology will amongst others: Draw and synthesize secondary and primary data and add to existing data, statistics, analyses, reviews, research, studies and resources from within and outside the UN system. These include national and sector-specific development visions and strategies, national budget allocations, and development financing from domestic and international, private and public sources, regional and global reports; Capture data on regional and cross-border issues which impact on the country’s development trajectory; Ensure a highly participatory CCA process involving a wide range of national stakeholders – UN Agencies, Funds and Programmes, government, development partners, international financial institutions, private sector, civil society, international NGOs, trade unions, youth, women, children, people with disabilities, and other vulnerable groups of persons at risk of or already left behind; Employ innovative approaches to inclusive and participatory data collection and analytical processes that alsotakes advantage of the high internet and mobile coverage and usage in the country; The CCA design process and available methodological tools will facilitate identification of those left behind orat risk of being left behind across all the themes examined; The evidence and data, where it is possible, needs to be disaggregated not only by income, gender, geographyand age, but also other grounds of exclusion and deprivation. Social, cultural, economic, political, legislativeand other systemic drivers of exclusion should be examined and described. C.Expected Outputs and Deliverables The following schedule is expected to be used as a guide for the consultant in coming up with the final workplan with realistic timeline for the key deliverables. Sl. No Deliverables Due date No. of full working days Payment schedule in percentage Review and approvals required 1 Inception report Desk review of all the available studies, reports, evaluations, surveys produced by the country, including the UNSCF 2020-2025, current CCA, Kuwait Vision 2035, KNDP 2020-2025, SDG VNR 2019, Key UNCT, and World Bank reports. Develop anInception Report, that includes detailed CCA Work Plan for completing the assignment, including tools and methodologies to be used for the Risk Assessment; questionnaires and guidance material developed for the consultations with stakeholders. 15 Oct 5 working days 10% UN RC 2 Annotated outline for CCA report with inclusion of the UN75 Talks With the series of UN75-Talkswebinars as the initial framework for discussion, and follow-up consultations with key stakeholders, the consultant will organize focus online discussions with the UN Resident Coordinator, UNCT, UN Results Groups, Non- Resident UN Agencies, Government, Civil Society, Development Partners, and others, as identified. The annotated outline for the CCA Report will incorporate key findings based on trends, data analysis, policy notes and background papers provided by the UNCT 30 Oct 10 working days 15% UN RC Substantive contribution to the preparation of the consultation and the resulting policy note 3 Draft CCA part 1: Multi-dimensional Risk Assessment Max 15 pages (English) in word format 15 Nov 15 working days 15% UN RC 4 Draft CCA part 2: Kuwait Future Narrative post COVID-19 Max 15 pages (English) in word format 30 Nov 15 working days 20% UN RC 5 Final CCA Report The final CCA Report will consist on max. 40 pages (English) and 2,500 words Executive Summary (submitted in soft copy). To be assessed using UNSDG Quality Checklist for CCA developing. 10 Dec 10 working days 30% UN RC 6 Statistical Annex Compile and incorporate the essential annexes (excel tables and graphs) necessary to support the Common Country Analysis. 20th Dec 5 working days 10% UN RC Institutional Arrangement Responsibilities of the UNCT Under the leadership of UN Resident Coordinator, the UNCT will be responsible for the successful execution of the CCA processby managing and quality assuring the work and deliverables of the international consultant. In particular, they will: Guide the consultant in preparing the CCA Inception Report; Facilitate the review of the CCA Inception report, proposed data collection tools and CCA methodology; Provide all available key government, UN and other stakeholder data pertinent for understanding the country situation. All UN Agencies will make available all necessary data required for the CCA review to be included in a data repository; Perform statistical analysis of available data to support the CCA analysis, by identifying trends, comparisons andbenchmarks of the most relevant data, including SDGs and KPI of the Vision 2035 and the Kuwait NationalDevelopment Plan 2025. Identify key findings and messages derived from the data analysis; Provide all available key government, UN and other stakeholder documents, reports, and policy papers pertinent for understanding the country situation. All UN Agencies will make available all necessary documents for review to be included in a document repository for the CCA; Prepare the necessary policy papers in the priority areas of the UNSCF, driven from the three outcomes the cross-cutting themes of human rights, youth and gender, and climate action. Identify all key stakeholders to be consulted during this study; Organize meetings, consultations and focus groups and arrange the modality for these to take place; Provide timely feedback on the evolving draft of the CCA so that it meets the desired quality within the expected timeline; Prior to the finalization of the CCA report, facilitate the necessary consensus building with key stakeholders and final approval by the UNCT; Through the RCO, draw upon the technical capacities, expertise of the UN global and regional levels for achieving a high quality CCA. Responsibilities of the consultant: Under the overall guidance of the Resident Coordinator and the direct supervision of the Data Monitoring and Reporting Officer, the consultant will be responsible to undertake all necessary activities of CCA process and will be specifically responsible for thefollowing: Prepare, design and present the Inception Report, detailed CCA methodology and contextualization of tools to be used during the analysis, review and reporting to fulfil the consultancy objectives; Conduct consultations with key stakeholders (government, development partners, civil society, private sector) in very close consultation with the RCO; Prepare a high quality analytical CCA report and Future Narrative after COVID19 for Kuwait; Prepare presentations to the UNCT, government and national stakeholders as may be needed; Integrate into research design, analysis and report the UN Guiding principles: (i) Leave no one behind, (ii) Human rights-based approach’ (iii) gender equality and women’s empowerment, (iv) resilience; (v) accountability; and (vi) sustainability. Duration of the Work The duration of work is 60 working days over a period of 3 months. Duty Station The consultant is expected to be in home based with expected missions to Kuwait when travel restrictions are lifted Scope of Price Proposal The financial proposal submitted shall specify a total lump sum amount, and payment terms around specific and measurable (qualitative and quantitative) deliverables (i.e. whether payments fall in installments or uponcompletion of the entire contract). Payments are based upon output, i.e. upon delivery of the services specified inthe TOR. The financial proposal will include a breakdown of this lump sum amount (including travel, living allowance, and the number of anticipated working days). In the case of unforeseeable travel, payment of travel costs including tickets, lodging, and terminal expenses should be agreed upon, between the respective business unit and Individual Consultant, prior to travel and will be reimbursed. EvaluationCumulative analysis Total score=Technical Score + Financial Score. Technical Criteria weight - 70%, 700 scores maximum Financial Criteria weight - 30%. 300 scores maximum The selection of candidates will be done in 3 stages : 1st stage : Prior to detailed evaluation, all applications will be thoroughly screened against eligibility criteria (minimum qualification requirements) as set in the TOR to determine whether they are compliant/non- compliant. Shortlisting criteria 1 Advanced university degree (Master’s and above) in development studies, economics, social sciences, international relations or any other related field; 2 Previous experience of conducting country/national level situational analysis, UN common country programming processes, some of which must be related to 2030 Agenda for sustainable development/SDGs; and SDG nationalization and reporting processes; 3 Excellent analytical writing and oral presentational English demonstrated by sample of past work submitted with the proposal; 2nd stage : Evaluation of technical proposals Short-listed candidates will be evaluated based on the following criteria. Only candidates obtaining a minimum of 490 points (70%) at the Technical Evaluation would be considered for the Financial Evaluation. Technical Evaluation Criteria (Desk review and Interview based) Maximum obtainable points – 700; Threshold – 490 points Relevant educational background 70 10 years’ experience of conducting multi-disciplinary country/national level situational analysis related to 2030 Agenda or SDGs 210 Previous experience Kuwait and/or Gulf countries 35 Previous experience of conducting UN Common Country Analysis 35 Substantial professional application of human rights, gender equality, environmental sustainability, result-based management and capacity development in research 105 Excellent analytical writing and oral presentational English assessed from submitted past work; 70 Arabic language is advantage 70 Good understanding of the assignment with all specific components proposed within TOR have been identified clearly and in a logical order to address ToR requirements: Excellent 100% from the score Good 90% from the score Satisfactory 70% from the score Poor 40% from the score Very poor 10% from the score 105 Financial Evaluation Criteria Maximum obtainable points – 300 (30%) 3rd stage : Financial evaluation The cumulative analysis will be used based on the following methodology: All the offers of individual consultants who scored 490 (70% from 700) and more points during the desk review are acceptable for financialevaluation. The lowest financial qualified proposal receives 300 points and all the other technically qualified proposals receive points in inverse proportion per the formula: Formula applied P=y(µ/z) P=points for the financial proposal being evaluated y=maximum number of points for the financial proposal equal to 300 µ=the lowest priced proposal z=price of the proposal being evaluated The candidate achieving the highest cumulative score for both Technical and Financial evaluations will berecommended by the Evaluation Committee for contracting. ROSTER MEMBERS of United Nations and UNDP can be directly selected. DOCUMENTS TO BE INCLUDED WHEN SUBMITTING THE PROPOSALS. Applicants are requested to compile and submit as one PDF file the below-requested documents: Duly accomplished Letter of Confirmation of Interest and Availability ; Achievement-based CV, including: Summary of experience with preparation of country/national level situational analysis, UN common country programming processes,, UN joint programming and summary of past experience in a similar context and/or region, as well as the contact details (email and telephone number) of the candidate and at least three (3) professional referees; Technical Proposal includes: One page that highlights your track record of work experience that demonstrates your practical skills and abilities in these areas and how you’ve been involved in these tasks in the past and explaining why you are the most suitable for this assignment. Proposed Methodology, Approach and Implementation Plan – this section should demonstrate the Proposer’s response to the Terms of Reference aligned with 2035 agenda and SDGs byidentifying the specific components proposed, how the requirements shall be addressed, asspecified, point by point; providing a detailed of the essential performance characteristics proposed; and demonstrating how the proposed methodology meets or exceeds the specifications. Sample of past similar work Countries or sectors analytical reports or common country Assessments; Financial Proposal that indicates an all-inclusive Lump Sum Amount with a fixed total contract price, supported by a breakdown of costs, as per template provided. If an Offeror is employed by an organization/company/institution, and he/she expects his/her employer to charge a management fee in the process of releasing him/her to UNDP, the Offeror must indicate at this point, and ensure that all such costs are duly incorporated in the financial proposal submitted to UNDP. The consultant should be aware that the contract price is fixed regardless of changes in the cost components. Competencies: Focus on client satisfaction; Facility with statistical data and knowledge of human rights and gender equality approaches; statistics of qualitative and quantitative data in similar UNDPFs and ability to develop clear and concise presentations Ability to share knowledge and experience and provide helpful feedback and advice. Requirements for Experience and QualificationsEducation: Advanced university degree (Master’s and above) in development studies, economics, social sciences, international relations or any other related field; Experience and skills: At least 10 years’ experience of conducting country/national level situational analysis, UN common country programmingprocesses, some of which must be related to 2030 Agenda for sustainable development/SDGs; and SDG nationalization and reporting processes; Previous experience of conducting UN Common Country Analysis is an asset; Substantial professional application of human rights, gender equality, women’s empowerment, environmental sustainability, results-based management, resilience, and capacity development in research; with excellent understanding of inclusive economic growth, decent work, development risks, hazards, vulnerabilities and challenges of upper-middle income countries, including those linked to climate change; Experience in the discourse around UN development system reforms and related trainings/workshops of the UN System Staff College and other UN entities; Ability to design and implement participatory, inclusive, and innovative methods and tools; Ability to deliver a high-analytical report in a very short time and ability to lead a research team and work effectively and constructively in a multi-agency setting; Experience in Kuwait and/or Gulf countries highly desirable; Languages: Excellent analytical writing and oral presentational English; Knowledge of Arabic is desirable

    undp.org - 21 days ago - 2-10 years of experience

  • Pharmacist

    Kuwait

    The Pharmacist provides prescribed medications, drugs and other pharmaceuticals as needed for adequate patient care according to professional standards and practices. Ensures that patient’s pharmaceutical needs are effectively met in accordance with Ministry of Health regulations and Pharmacy Policy & Guidelines. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Dispenses prescriptions in accordance with the written directions of attending physicians. 2. Checks prescriptions to ensure that there are no errors and are appropriate and safe for the respective patient. 3. Provides advice on the dosage of medicines and the most appropriate form of medication. 4. Liaises with other medical staff on problems patients may experience when taking medicines 5. Advises patients and family on use of various medical equipment and medications including dosage, composition, proper medication storage, side effects and drug interactions 6. Prepares medication requests submitted from all Hospital units, wards and clinics in regard to Name of Medicine and Quantities required. 7. Provides information regarding health related inquiries to all health care providers within the Hospital and to general public. 8. Ensures that medicines are stored appropriately; under proper storing conditions and FIFO (first in-first out) arrangement - Narcotics and other controlled substances on regular basis within pharmacy areas and other Hospital Wards & Units. 9. Completes the documentation required for the Ministry of Health registration books 10. Reports any details related to the proper, efficient and ethical operation of the Pharmacy Department to the Pharmacy Manager 11. Notifies the Pharmacy Manager when medication stock levels are low; places orders with pharmaceutical agencies upon the approved pharmacy purchase request given by the Pharmacy Manager. 12. Follows established departmental policies & procedures, objectives, quality assurance program, safety, environmental and infection control standards 13. Participates in the training and orientation of newly joined pharmacist staff as well as acting as a mentor for cross sector pre-registration pharmacists and university placement as necessary. 14. Participates in meetings as required 15. Enhances professional growth and development through participation in educational programs, current literature, in-service meetings and workshops. 16. Actively participates in the organization’s activities designed to attain accreditation by the Joint Commission International (JCI) and other appropriate accreditation agencies 17. Performs all other additional assignments as requested by the Pharmacy Manager and/or Director of Admin & Support Services.

    naukrigulf.com - 20 days ago

  • HR Officer

    Kuwait

    The HR Officer provides support to HR payroll & administration function in accordance with the established policies and procedures for the department. Manages and coordinates hostel and accommodation arrangements as per established policies. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Operational Duties 1. Processes staff reimbursements as per HR policies & procedures; CME allowance etc. 2. Validates and maintains invoices received from suppliers and provides it to Finance department post requisite approvals; for Locum/permanent staff stays and car rentals. 3. Notifies Govt. Relations for residence transfer formalities; receives approved probation reports and maintains adequate records. 4. Responds to employee queries related to staff entitlements. 5. Records staff sick leave as per established standards. 6. Updates staff qualification and creates employee number for new joiners (intimates concerned departments) in ERP. General Duties 7. Performs all aspects of personnel transactions as assigned. 8. Participates in educational programs and in-service meetings. 9. Attends meetings as required. 10. Performs other related duties as assigned or requested. 11. Issues mobiles phones to staff post requisite approvals and as per policy 12. Receives staff mobile bills, prepares monthly reports and sends it for respective deduction (post requisite approvals). 13. Processes Recruitment expenses reimbursements. 14. Issues staff air ticket (as per quotations received) and processes staff reimbursements as per HR policies & procedures. 15. Handles all mobile transactions (including SIM cards, handsets, processing payments etc.) related to staff. 16. Handles all Air ticket and hotel (local) bookings incidental to staff entitlements, Business /Training trips, locum & visiting Physicians/Doctors, new joiners etc. 17. Processes Business card and Stamp Pad requisitions 18. Validates and maintains invoices, as required; car rentals, travel agencies, hotels, printing agencies etc. 19. Issuing (Salary,Emplonment,CME leave

    naukrigulf.com - 20 days ago

  • Ob Gyn Consultant

    Kuwait

    The Consultant – Ob/Gyn. plans, directs, administers and supervises activities for gynecology patients. He/ She is responsible for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of ailments specific to the female anatomy with focus on pregnancy-related health, the female reproductive system, and women's general medical care. Delivers patient care activities in accordance with Ministry of Health regulations, Hospital Medical Staff Bylaws, Rules & Regulations and Ob/Gyn. Department Policies & Guidelines. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Operational Duties 1. Diagnoses and treats problems related to female anatomy, specializing in: • Childbirth, caesarean and other instrumental obstetric deliveries including forceps and vacuum extraction • High Risk Pregnancies and Recurrent Miscarriages; complications like cesarean births, placenta previa or preeclampsia • Antenatal follow up of complicated pregnancies • Detection and management of cervical cancer. • Treatment of urinary tract, pelvic disorders, and hormonal disorders • Care and Management of Menopause. • Detailed fetal anomaly ultrasound scan, dimensional scan 2. Examines patients, performs and interprets diagnostic tests to obtain information on medical condition and determines diagnosis. 3. Counsels patients on diet, hygiene, and preventive health care. 4. Examines patients and determines x-ray examinations and clinical laboratory tests as required. 5. Administers and prescribes conservative measures of treatment as antibiotics, drugs, and compresses. 6. Treats and counsels women throughout their pregnancy, gives prenatal diagnoses, conducts delivery, provides recuperative period and postpartum care, including diet and medication. 7. Tracks the health of, and treats, both mother and foetus as the pregnancy progresses. 8. Applies surgical procedures and coordinates gynaecological & obstetrical operations including laparoscopic and infertility procedures, IVF etc., in conjunction with other consultants and anaesthesiologist. 9. Deals with birth injuries and any post-operative complications. 10. Directs nurses in procedures for preoperative and postoperative care; administers sedatives, prescribes diets, and prepares operative area of patients. 11. Monitors patients’ condition and progress, and re-evaluates treatment as necessary. 12. Explains procedures and discusses test results or prescribed treatments with patients and families. 13. Refers patients to medical specialist or other practitioner when necessary. Patient Care 14. Considers the patient’s safety as the first priority while working. 15. Includes the patients in discussions concerning appropriate diagnostic and management procedures. 16. Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates patient care needs. 17. Maintains a work environment that promotes high standards for patient care and ethical behavior. Compliance with Medical Ethics 18. Ensure implementation of the Ministry of Health regulations, the Hospital Medical Staff Bylaws, Rules and Regulations and the Ob/Gyn. Department Policy and Guidelines. 19. Ensures implementation of the standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the field of gynecology. 20. Exhibits appropriate personal and interpersonal professional behavior; practices medicine ethically and stays consistent with the obligations of a physician. . 21. Respects the opinions of fellow Consultants and referring Physicians in the management of patient problems; provides means whereby differences in opinion can be discussed and resolved. 22. Recognizes limits of personal skills and knowledge by appropriately consulting other Physicians while caring for the patient. 23. Shows a pattern of maintaining current personal clinical skills and knowledge by continuing medical education. Other Duties 24. Responds to referrals from department specialists. 25. Provides supervision to the department specialists, registrars and technicians when required. 26. Participates in continuous quality improvement programs for Ob/Gyn. service 27. Provides teaching materials as part of the professional development of the department staff. 28. Attends the meetings of the Ob/Gyn. department to discuss the rules & regulations, obstacles in work, incidents & complications encountered and suggestions to improve the quality of service. 29. Participates regularly with other Ob/Gyn. staff, in decision-making related to patient care. 30. Participates in organizational performance improvement activities. 31. Accepts all other additional assignments found necessary by the Clinical Director- Ob/Gyn.

    naukrigulf.com - 20 days ago

  • Group head of treasury

    Kuwait City, Kuwait

    Use Our Mobile App Get Fresh Updates On your job applications, and stay connected Download Now Back to the job results Group head of treasury Cornerstone Al Kuwait , Kuwait Date Posted: Sep 29 Loading. Add a Cover Letter Complete Questionnaire Email Messenger WhatsApp WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Complete Questionnaire Follow This Company Unfollow This Company Print Report Abuse Cornerstone Ventures is recruiting for a Large Conglomorate in Kuwait. The Group is a leading diversified privately held business group based in Kuwait. With over 15,000 employees and 40 different Group companies, spread across 8 different countries. The group has affiliations with over 200 international brands across its major verticals of Automotive, Rental and Leasing, Financial Services, Engineering, and Trading & Manufacturing. They are looking for Group Head of Treasury who will play a critical role in setting the strategic direction/develop strategy for the Group Treasury function and will be responsible in raising funds in line with business plan and growth strategy for existing and new lines of businesses, raising fund at competitive rates from domestic & international sources and for the management and efficient execution of treasury transactions, reporting, controls and treasury accounting activities. Skills Duties and Essential Job Functions Manage, control and regulate the liquidity & borrowing of the Group and ensure fund requirements are readily met for ongoing operational and capital investments Evaluate alternative long-term borrowing strategies and make recommendations in accordance with the Group’s capital structure guidelines Treasury analysis, Forecast cash flow positions, related borrowing needs and available funds for investment. Responsibility for the execution, booking and accounting for all treasury transactions including funding, liquidity management and derivative transactions. Build and maintain strong relationships with banks and Financial Institutions Responsibility for the development of an appropriate risk management framework to ensure effective management of key treasury risks including liquidity risk, FX risk, interest rate and counterparty credit risk. Establishing and maintaining the appropriate organization structure and control environment for the management of treasury activities. Direct management of a centralized team performing all treasury activities of the Group. Direct and control the development of treasury systems to ensure appropriate infrastructure exists to support the treasury activities of the business. Develop, implement & maintain treasury policies and procedures that impose an adequate level of control over treasury activities. Key Attributes Strong experience in Asset Liability management, Debt market, Capital market Experience in building relationship with financial institutions for fund raising Strong understanding of regulatory policies & guidelines Experience in Treasury accounting in line with Accounting Standards Experience in cash flow forecast & risk management Behavioural Attributes Strong negotiation & influencing skills Strong communication and interpersonal skills Problem solving and decision-making skills People Management & Networking skills Al Kuwait, Kuwait Company Industry Corporate Management Office; Manufacturing Company Type Employer (Private Sector) Job Role Finance and Investment Employment Type Unspecified Monthly Salary Range Unspecified Number of Vacancies 1 Preferred Candidate Career Level Director/Head Years of Experience Min: 10 Residence Location Kuwait Age Max: 45 Loading. Email to Friend Add a Cover Letter Complete Questionnaire Send Me Similar Jobs Send Me Similar Jobs Email to Friend Send Me Similar Jobs Send Me Similar Jobs Save Follow This Company Unfollow This Company Print Report Abuse Do you need help in adding the right mix of strong keywords to your CV? Let our experts design a Professional CV for you. Get Help Do you need help in adding the right mix of strong keywords to your CV? Let our experts design a Professional CV for you. Get Help

    bayt.com - 20 days ago - 10 years of experience

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