Cultural Heritage Lead
Deadline of this Job:
27 March 2023
Within Tanzania , Dar es Salaam , East Africa
Date Posted: Tuesday, March 14, 2023 , Base Salary: Not Disclosed
• Guide Contractor on their cultural heritage plans according to CLIENT’S Cultural Heritage Management Plan Contractor Control Plan.
• Guides pre-construction cultural heritage survey method (Pipeline, AGI, Access Roads etc.) and monitors implementation.
• Prepares and delivers cultural heritage inductions and training sessions to both Project and Contractor
• Review and provide inputs to Contractor social training and competency plans.
• Participate in Contractor site mobilisation readiness reviews.
• Participates in Contractor meetings to address cultural heritage issues and drive performance improvements.
• Guides cultural heritage consultant field resources on CLIENT’S Chance Find Protocol implementation.
• Reviews, consolidates, and reports outcomes of Project cultural heritage performance assurance.
• Monitors quality and accuracy of cultural heritage reporting to identify continuous improvement opportunities.
• Assures and reports Contractor and Consultant cultural heritage management performance.
• Develops and tracks adherence to the agreed Project cultural heritage assurance and reporting schedules.
• Refines cultural heritage assurance to support Project social performance reporting.
• Prepares cultural heritage performance dashboards and data consolidation for internal and external audiences.
• Consolidates all cultural heritage data, collected to date during ESIA, surface and sub-surface surveys, watching brief implementation during construction activities.
• Collaborates with CLIENT’S LSOC on intangible cultural heritage management during Project delivery.
• Prepares cultural heritage consultant Order Requests for work activities (watching brief, salvage excavation).
• Coordinates rotational schedules to ensure full time coverage at all work sites and salvage excavation locations.
• Reviews and approves cultural heritage consultant invoices and timesheets.
• Recommends when Chance Finds observations and reports require further investigation.
• Participates in LESC meetings, audit visit information, data, and social performance presentation preparation.
• Track corrective actions arising from LESC audit findings and observations towards timely closure.
Context And Environment
• The CLIENT’S Project System comprises a 95-kilometre Feeder Line transporting heated crude oil alongside Lake
Albert from the Tilenga Central Processing Facility (CPF) where it joins the CLIENT’S Project System at the Kabaale Hub Pump Station (PS-1) and continues 296km east across Uganda to the Tanzania border and a further 1,147 km across Tanzania to the Marine Storage Terminal and Jetty / offloading facility at Tanga on the East African coastline of Tanzania.
• Construction of the CLIENT’S Project System requires international EPC Contractors to engineer and construct the CLIENT’S system; numerous national and international Contractors directly and sub-contracted to the Main Contractors to deliver Early Civil Works; Transportation and Logistics, and an international consortia to construct, operate and decommission a Thermal Installation System (pipe coating facility) at KP701 required to
deliver the CLIENT’S System to Host Government including national content requirements, CLIENT’S Ltd Shareholder, and external financing standards.
• Project delivery requires audit, assurance, and oversight of all Contractor social performance in Uganda and Tanzania.
• Job Location: Dar es salaam with routine field visits to Project sites and activities.
Coordinate implementation of CLIENT’S Cultural Heritage Management commitments and responsibilities during the Project delivery. Consolidate and present Project and Contractor cultural heritage management performance to internal and for external reporting purposes as required. Represents CLIENT’S with relevant authorities to agree required presence during investigations and salvage excavations and authorities’ representative to oversee relevant activities. If required secures all necessary licences, excavation permits, and documentation required to lead cultural heritage site activities defined in Tanzanian legislation (i.e., Antiquities Act) to deliver the work scope.
Qualifications And Experience Required
• Degree: relevant PhD in archaeology or cultural heritage management
• Tanzanian senior archaeologist with NEMC ESIA & Audit registration required.
• Minimum six years’ cultural heritage impact assessment, surface/ sub-surface surveys and salvage excavation experience in Tanzania.
• Professional experience in construction contractor cultural heritage performance oversight.
• Experience in mentoring teams.
• Strong communication skills, fluency in English (written and spoken) required.
• Able to multitask, work independently, coordinate workloads across multiple interfaces.
• Strong computer; presentation and report writing, and database management skills.
• Marine cultural heritage management experience an advantage.
• Fluency in English (written and spoken) required.
• Experience in externally financed extractive industry project delivery an advantage.
Job Experience: No Requirements
Work Hours: 8
Level of Education: Bachelor Degree