Compensation Agreement Lead

Job Position:  COMPENSATION AGREEMENT LEAD

Job Description

Qualification required: Degree in Social Science, Anthropology, Environmental sciences/Management, Environmental Engineering, or related discipline.

Minimum experience: 15-20 years of professional experience in working with extractive industry within rural communities.
Professional experience in Land Acquisition, Resettlement Implementation, and Livelihoods Restoration is required. East Africa Experience required.

Accountabilities: The post holder is responsible for ensuring that the forenamed early works Compensation Agreement components are completed on the required schedule.

Responsibilities:

The Compensation Agreements Lead Early Works will be responsible for:
  • Oversee and support process of issuance of Notices of Intention to Acquire across all impacted Early Works sites
  • Define entitlement briefing strategy and plan
  • Preparation of entitlement briefing and agreement signing process and training of field
  • Oversee entitlement briefings process and ensure that all affected PAPs, Villages and District Authorities have been fully involved
  • Responsible for interface with Project Finance team to ensure timely and organized payment of compensation Oversee in-field Compensation Agreement meetings with affected PAP’s, Villages and District Authorities
  • Oversee process to issue Notices to Vacate, in liaison with relevant Authorities
  • Oversee opening of bank accounts for displaced PAP’s and interface with Project Finance team
  • Oversee handover of land access for Coating, Marshalling yards and contractor camps and ensure that all supporting documents have been properly recorded and deposited into the Project Data System
  • Interface with the Legal Advisor to ensure that all mandatory legal processes linked to this scope are successfully completed
  • Manage and monitor RAP Implementation contractors working on aspects of compensation payments, ensure Contractor’s scope is well understood and respected, oversee monitoring and reporting of activities
  • Responsible for management of Compensation agreements Dar based team and field-based Land CLOs
  • Ensure schedule for land access is respected, alert management to any schedule risks and identification corrective measures.
  • Supervise the preparation and update of databases to track key PAP date needed for RAP Implementation
  • Oversee the development of PAP folders and compilation of tracking data and key metrics
  • Oversee the production of field survey reports and ensure findings are captured and recorded
  • Oversee engagement with Authorities and communities about the identification of in kind entitlements including Replacement Land for agriculture and residential plots
  • Oversee liaison between Company GIS and Contractors’ GIS to ensure data are transmitted

Requirements:

  • Excellent communication skills with a proven ability to develop and maintain good relations with stakeholders including government authorities, local communities, industry, CSOs/NGOs and international organizations, negotiation, conflict management skills.
  • Proven ability to work independently and meet deadlines. Proven ability to manage Contractors preferred.
  • Excellent in computer; report writing, and analytical skills
  • required.
  • Fluency in English (written and spoken) required, additional languages a plus
Contact E-mail:  [email protected]
Application Deadline:  06 Jan 2021




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