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AVIS D’APPEL D’OFFRES OUVERT PC-011/06/21

Le Corps de la Paix des Etats-Unis d’Amérique, établi au Togo depuis 1962, sollicite des offres de la part d’entreprises répondant aux qualifications requises pour la rénovation d’un bâtiment à usage de bureaux.

Peace Corps Togo lance une consultation « appel d’offres » pour la sélection d’un Prestataire ci-après désigné «le soumissionnaire» qui aura la charge de réaliser pour son compte les prestations de rénovation d’un bâtiment sis à Lomé, pour servir de bureaux pour son siège à Lomé. L’Appel d’Offres est ouvert à égalité de conditions à toutes les entreprises régulièrement installées ou ayant une représentation au Togo et disposant d’une expérience significative dans les domaines concernés. L’offre se décline en un seul lot unique.

Les offres doivent être déposées dans les conditions et délais prévus par l’avis d’appel d’offres à l'adresse suivante :

David Rothschild

Corps de la Paix | Adresse : 48 rue des Rossignols, Kodjoviakope – Lome

BP 3194-Lome - Tel 22-21-06-14

E-mail : [email protected]

Le dossier complet d’appel d’offres peut être accessible aux liens ci-après :

Invitation to tender | Dossier d'appel d'offres

PLAN D'ARCHITECTURE

NOMENCLATURE PORTES ET FENETRES: Sous-sol | RDC | R+1 | R+2
PLAN DE L'EXISTANT: 01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07
PLAN PROJETE: 01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09 | 10 | 11 | 12

PLAN ELECTRICITE ET PLOMBERIE
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► PLAN GENIE CIVIL
01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09

Toutes les entreprises intéressées doivent le notifier à Peace Corps en envoyant un message à : [email protected] au plus tard le 21 juin 2021. La date de visite de site, les réponses aux questions ainsi que les compléments d’information seront envoyés uniquement aux entreprises ayant confirmé leur intérêt par mail.

Toutes les soumissions doivent parvenir au Corps de la Paix le 23 juillet 2021 à 10h00. Toute soumission arrivée après ce délai sera purement et simplement rejetée.


AVIS D’APPEL D’OFFRES OUVERT PC-010/05/21

Le Corps de la Paix des Etats-Unis d’Amérique, établi au Togo depuis 1962, sollicite des offres de la part d’entreprises répondant aux qualifications requises pour exécuter la construction des bâtiments dans son Centre de Formation à Pagala.

Peace Corps Togo lance une consultation « appel d’offres » pour la sélection d’un Prestataire ci-après désigné «le soumissionnaire» qui aura la charge de réaliser pour son compte les prestations de « Construction des bâtiments sur le site du centre de formation de Peace Corps Togo à Pagala » et ce, conformément aux documents contractuels.

L’Appel d’Offres est ouvert à égalité de conditions à toutes les entreprises régulièrement installées ou ayant une représentation au Togo et disposant d’une expérience significative dans les domaines concernés. L’offre se décline en 07 lots à savoir :

1- GROS OEUVRES

  • TRAVAUX PREPARATOIRES
  • TERRASSEMENT
  • STRUCTURE BETON – BOIS
  • MACONNERIE

2- PLOMBERIE SANITAIRE

3- REVETEMENT SOLS

4- PEINTURE – BADIGEON

5- MENUISERIE BOIS

6- ELECTRICITE

7- TECHNOLOGIES DE L’INFORMATION ET DE LA COMMUNICATION

Les offres doivent être déposées dans les conditions et délais prévus par l’avis d’appel d’offres à l'adresse suivante :

A l'attention de: David Rothschild
Corps de la Paix | Adresse : 48 rue des Rossignols, Kodjoviakope – Lome
BP 3194-Lome - Tel 22-21-06-14 | E-mail : [email protected]

Le dossier complet d’appel d’offres peut être accessible aux liens ci-après :

Request for Quotations - Document d'Appel d'Offres
Annexe I | Annexe II | Annexe III | Annexe IV | Annexe V |
DQE | APD_REVU

Une vue d’ensemble du site y est incluse.

Toutes les entreprises intéressées doivent le notifier à Peace Corps en envoyant un message à : [email protected] au plus tard le 26 mai 2021. La date de visite de site, les réponses aux questions ainsi que les compléments d’information seront envoyés uniquement aux entreprises ayant confirmé leur intérêt par mail.

Toutes les soumissions doivent parvenir au Corps de la Paix le 18 juin 2021 à 9h00. Toute soumission arrivée après ce délai sera purement et simplement rejetée.


REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS FOR OFFICE FURNITURE

The United States Peace Corps / Togo is seeking to procure furniture, equipment, and office accessories for an office for approx. 60 people, to include:

  • Lot 1: desks and meeting tables
  • Lot 2: chairs
  • Lot 3: upholstered furniture and low tables
  • Lot 4: storage units
  • Lot 5: office accessories
  • Lot 6: metal lockers, industrial shelving, tables, and equipment
  • Lot 7: non load-bearing partition walls

Furniture specifications

Part E - Supplier's Quotation

Deadline for submission: 17:00 GMT, 28 May, 2021


VACANCY PSC-03-2021

The United States Peace Corps Togo is seeking individuals for the positions of Technical Coordinator Assistant for Agriculture and Technical Coordinator Assistant for Health in the Programming and Training Unit.

OPEN TO: All interested candidates
POSITION1: Technical Coordinator Assistant for Agriculture
POSITION2: Technical Coordinator Assistant for Health
OPENING DATE May 3, 2021
CLOSING DATE: May 17, 2021
STATUS: Temporary: (Not to exceed period of four months between the time frame of May-August 2021).

BASIC FUNCTION

Under the supervision of the Training Manager in coordination with the Program Manager and Program Assistant for Peace Corps/Togo’s Education project (TEECh), the Technical Coordinator Assistant for Targeting English Education for Change (TEECh) will train TEECh Trainees/Volunteers to teach English in Togolese classrooms taking into consideration societal, cultural, and operational realities related to the Togolese educational system. TEECh Volunteers will work closely with their Togolese counterparts who are middle school teachers to enhance their capacity and proficiency to teach English more effectively and to utilize gender equitable practices in the classroom.

  • Technical training facilitation - Participates in Pre-Service Training (PST), and In-service Training (IST) events by designing and facilitating sessions (in collaboration with the Program Manager, Program Assistant, Technical Coordinator and Peace Corps Volunteer Trainers) that address the goals, objectives, and activities in the TEECh logical project framework (LPF). Manages classroom/learner environments. Teaches aspects of culture related to the technical competencies. Checks for understanding. Provides practical opportunities for Trainees and Volunteers and assesses their learning. Reflects on teaching for future modifications.
  • Technical competence acquisition and evaluation – In conjunction with the TEECh Technical Coordinator, monitors and assesses Trainee/Volunteer acquisition of technical competencies taught. Communicates with the language team, especially Language and Cross-Culture Facilitators (LCFs) assigned to PST training communities, about upcoming technical sessions and prepares them to assist trainees with practical activities in the community. Assesses Trainees at Kirkpatrick levels 1 (reaction) and 2 (learning).
  • In conjunction with the TEECh Technical Coordinator, Training Manager, TEECh Program Manager, and TEECh Program Assistant, reviews data provided by the Monitoring, Reporting and Evaluation Specialist (MES) from Volunteer Reporting Forms (VRFs) , and monitors the performance of Volunteers at Kirkpatrick level 3 (behavior) and 4 (Result). Analyzes results and modifies future sessions accordingly.
  • Communicates assessment of Trainee progress during PST to the Technical Coordinator and Training Manager as requested, but usually on a daily or weekly basis.
  • Technical reporting and dissemination - In coordination with the Training Manager, TEECh Technical Coordinator, the TEECh Program Manager, and TEECh Program Assistant, provides information and insights based on field experience to the Training Manager for use in Annual Status Reports related to the use of Project-Specific Global Core training packages.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The duties of the TEECh Technical Coordinator Assistant include but are not limited to:

Technical Instruction 60 %

  • Technical Session Instructional Design – In conjunction with the Program Manager, Program Assistant, technical Coordinator and other relevant staff members, identifies and reviews the Education project-specific global core sessions that will be facilitated in PST and In Service Training (IST). Works closely with the Language team to ensure technical vocabularies are integrated into language classes and technical vocabulary words are translated into French for Trainees. Creates and maintains appropriate learning environments for training.
  • Technical Learner Support – Plans and facilitates classroom routines that support learner independence. Encourages host families, Language Trainers, and community members to support the technical learning of Trainees and to assist with their practical activities in the PST community.

TEECh Technical Training Administration 30%

  • Actively participates in the Training Design and Evaluation process to ensure the 27-month training curriculum accurately reflects the objectives and the activities of the TEECh Logical Project Framework (LPF), its accompanying M&E Plan, and Trainee/Volunteer training needs.
  • Performs necessary pre-training research and preparation as defined in coordination with the Program Manager, the Program Assistant, the Technical Coordinator for TEECh and the Training Manager.
  • Facilitates technical training sessions in English and French.
  • Co-organizes a practicum, classroom observations, and field activities for TEECh Trainees and Volunteers.
  • Works with the Training Manager, Program Manager, Program Assistant, Technical Coordinator and other training staff to support training for Community Integration facilitators (CIFs) and Counterparts.
  • Attends meetings to discuss Trainee performance.
  • Works with the Technical Coordinator and Training Manager to develop Post operational budgets related to technical training needs.

Trainee/Volunteer Support and Management 20%

  • Trainee/Volunteer Technical Skills monitoring and assessment – Participates in the Trainee Assessment process and shares feedback regarding the readiness of each Trainee to perform in his/her proposed Volunteer assignment. Helps Trainees and Volunteers to identify their individual learning needs. Guides Trainees and Volunteers toward resources to meet those needs (Toolkits, books, Learning Space activities, etc.).
  • Volunteer site matching and assignment - Under the direction of the TM, in coordination with TEECh Technical Coordinator and other staff members, provides information on technical skills of Trainees that assists staff in assigning Trainees to permanent sites.
  • Coaching – Collaborates with the TEECh Technical Coordinator to review, monitor, and evaluate Trainee progress to identify strengths and weaknesses or sector specific-related deficiencies and provide necessary guidance, motivation, and encouragement to Trainees/Volunteers.
  • Performance management - Documents Trainee Assessment Portfolio (TAP) progress for each Trainee on a periodic basis. Assesses Trainee/Volunteer technical performance during practicums. Identifies related problems or limitations, and provides advice and consultation as necessary. Supports other staff in ensuring Trainee/Volunteer adherence to Peace Corps policies and standards of conduct. Documents cases of inappropriate behavior and briefs the Technical Coordinator, the TM, and sector staff in a timely fashion.
  • Trauma-informed support – Understands the physical, social, and emotional impact of trauma on Volunteers and provides victim-centered support.

Other 10%

  • During PST, carries the Peace Corps Training phone to keep in contact with Trainees, host families, community collaborators, the Technical Coordinator, TM, PM, Peace Corps Volunteer Trainers and Peace Corps Medical Officers.
  • Exhibits enthusiasm and aptitude to learn new IT platforms (Learning Space) for creating virtual language training modules.
  • Other tasks as may be assigned by the supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education:

Completion of secondary school is required. Post-secondary education in a relevant field, such as English Teaching, is preferred.

Prior Work Experience:

  • At least three years of work experience in teaching English as a foreign language is required.
  • Strong experience (preferably three years or more) working closely with or supporting English Teacher Training Programs.

Language Proficiency:

  • Level 4 written and spoken French.
  • Level 4 written and spoken English.

Skills and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of gender issues in Togo.
  • Knowledge of English Teaching Curriculum issued by the Ministry of Education in Togo.
  • Ability to lead group discussions.
  • Ability to live and work in a rural area with limited infrastructure and comfort required.
  • Experience with an American organization and/or American culture desirable. Must also have good knowledge of or interest in American culture and issues of cross-cultural differences.
  • In depth knowledge of rural Togo is a plus.
  • Good computer skills in MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook) is desirable.
  • Understanding of the traditional and modern dynamics of the society.
  • Counseling skills are highly desirable.
  • Good conflict resolution skills in a cross-cultural setting are desirable.
  • Sound knowledge of community development issues and problems is necessary in order to develop appropriate language activities.

POSITION ELEMENTS

Supervision received

Position is supervised by the Technical Coordinator and Training Manager, in close coordination with the TEECh Program Manager and Program Assistant. The incumbent must be able to function well independently.

Physical condition

The duties and responsibilities of the TEECh Technical Coordinator Assistant are executed from PST communities around Pagala and occasionally at the Training Center in Pagala for the duration of the PST part of the contract except for cases of bona fide emergency, or predetermine periods indicated in the Training Calendar. Any other absence from the PST site must have prior written authorization from the Training Manager. The Contractor shall be paid for his/her effective days of work.

Subsequent to PST, work is also completed occasionally in the Peace Corps office in Lomé or at Volunteer sites in addition to the Training Center in Pagala. Travel outside of the PST site(s) may be required approximately 2% of the contract time.

Core Leadership Responsibilities

The Contractor is expected to carry out all tasks in accordance with “Core Leadership” responsibilities (see attached).

Safety and Security

Participates in the General Training of Trainers with respect to Trainee/Volunteer safety and security. Maintains communication with the Technical Coordinator, the TM and gives periodic feedback, including information about Trainee safety and security in PST communities. Provides safety and security support to Trainees within host families and communities.

Monitors Trainee/Volunteer compliance with Peace Corps policies, especially related to safety and security, and in consultation with Technical Coordinator and TM, discusses corrective action as necessary. Is knowledgeable and supportive of Peace Corps safety and security policies and procedures, including the timely reporting of suspicious incidents, persons or articles.

Supervisory responsibilities

No Supervisor responsibility is required

Occasional Money Holder

The PSC may be requested by the Training Manager to courier a limited amount of cash to host families and/or purchase orders from various vendors for supplies for technical activities in the PST community, as directed by the Contracting Officer.

HOW TO APPLY

All the applications including a cover letter and curriculum vitae in English with three references, copies of most recent diplomas, work certificates and a valid police record (Casier Judiciaire datant de moins de trois mois) must be sent by e-mail only to the following address: [email protected] by May 17, 2021.

Please visit the Peace Corps Togo website: https://www.peacecorps.gov/togo/contracts for full job description and instructions on how to apply. This announcement is also available on the US Embassy Lomé website: https://tg.usembassy.gov/embassy/jobs

NB:

- Only the selected applicants will be contacted.
- Please indicate the title of the position you are applying for.

The United States Peace Corps is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


The United States Peace Corps Togo is seeking an individual for the position of Technical Coordinator Assistant for Health in the Programming and Training Unit.

OPEN TO: All interested candidates
POSITION: Technical Coordinator Assistant for Health
OPENING DATE May 3, 2021
CLOSING DATE: May 17, 2021
STATUS: Temporary: (Not to exceed period of four months between the time frame of May-August 2021).

BASIC FUNCTION

Under the supervision of the Training Manager and in coordination with the Program Manager, Program Assistant, and Technical Coordinator for Peace Corps/Togo’s Health project, Community Health Education and System Strengthening (CHESS), the Technical Coordinator Assistant will train CHESS Trainees/Volunteers to better understand the Togolese health system and the realities of delivering health care in Togo. Training should result in Volunteers being able to promote behavior change related to topics such as maternal and newborn health, encouraging community members to adopt practices that contribute to better malaria prevention and sanitation and hygiene practices through education and linkages to services, and increasing the capacity of health personnel in communities by providing education on organizational development/management and encouraging respectful care and patient empowerment practices.

  • Technical Training Facilitation - Participates in Pre-Service Training (PST), and In-service Training (IST) events by facilitating sessions as needed and collaborating with the Program Manager CHESS, the Technical Coordinator, Peace Corps Volunteers Trainers taking into consideration the activities Volunteers will accomplish based on the CHESS logical project frame work. Manages classroom/learner environments. Teaches aspects of culture related to the technical competences. Checks for understanding. Provide practical opportunities for Trainees and assesses their learning. Reflects on teaching for future modifications.
  • Technical competence acquisition and evaluation – In conjunction with the CHESS Technical Coordinator, monitors and assesses Trainee/Volunteer acquisition of technical competencies taught. Communicates with the language team, especially Language and Cross-Culture Facilitators (LCFs) assigned to PST training communities, about upcoming technical sessions and prepares them to assist trainees with practical activities in the community. Assesses Trainees at Kirkpatrick levels 1 (reaction) and 2 (learning).
  • In conjunction with the CHESS Technical Assistant, Training Manager, CHESS Program Manager, and CHESS Program Assistant, reviews data provided by the Monitoring, Reporting and Evaluation Specialist (MES) from Volunteer Reporting Forms (VRFs) , and monitors the performance of Volunteers at Kirkpatrick level 3 (behavior) and 4 (Result). Analyzes results and modifies future sessions accordingly.
  • Communicates assessment of Trainee progress during PST to the Technical Coordinator and the Training Manager as requested, but usually on a daily or weekly basis.
  • Technical reporting and dissemination - In coordination with the Training Manager, CHESS Technical Coordinator, the CHESS Program Manager, and CHESS Program Assistant, provides information and insights based on field experience to the Training Manager for use in Annual Status Reports related to the use of Project-Specific Global Core training packages.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The duties of the CHESS Technical Coordinator Assistant include but are not limited to:

Technical Instruction 60 %

  • Technical Session Instructional Design – In conjunction with the Program Manager, Program Assistant and other relevant staff members, identifies and reviews the Agriculture project-specific global core sessions that will be facilitated in PST and In Service Training (IST). Works closely with the Language team to ensure technical vocabularies are integrated into language classes and technical vocabulary words are translated into French for Trainees. Creates and maintains appropriate learning environments for training.
  • Technical Learner Support – Plans and facilitates classroom routines that support learner independence. Encourages host families, Language Trainers, and community members to support the technical learning of Trainees and to assist with their practical activities in the PST community.

CHESS Technical Training Administration 30%

  • Actively participates in the Training Design and Evaluation process to ensure the 27-month training curriculum accurately reflects the objectives and the activities of the CHESS Logical Project Framework (LPF), its accompanying M&E Plan, and Trainee/Volunteer training needs.
  • Performs necessary pre-training research and preparation as defined in coordination with the Program Manger and Program Assistant for CHESS and the Training Manager.
  • Facilitates technical training sessions in English and French.
  • Co-organizes a practicum, classroom observations, and field activities for CHESS Trainees and Volunteers.
  • Works with the Training Manager, Program Manager, Program Assistant and other training staff to support training for Community Integration facilitators (CIFs) and Counterparts.
  • Attends meetings to discuss Trainee performance.
  • Works with the Training Manager to develop Post operational budgets related to technical training needs.

Trainee/Volunteer Support and Management 20%

  • Trainee/Volunteer Technical Skills monitoring and assessment – Participates in the Trainee Assessment process and shares feedback regarding the readiness of each Trainee to perform in his/her proposed Volunteer assignment. Helps Trainees and Volunteers to identify their individual learning needs. Guides Trainees and Volunteers toward resources to meet those needs (Toolkits, books, Learning Space activities, etc.).
  • Volunteer site matching and assignment - Under the direction of the TM, in coordination with Program Manager CHESS and other staff members, provides information on technical skills of Trainees that assists staff in assigning Trainees to permanent sites.
  • Coaching – Collaborates with the CHESS Technical Coordinator to review, monitor, and evaluate Trainee progress to identify strengths and weaknesses or sector specific-related deficiencies and provide necessary guidance, motivation, and encouragement to Trainees/Volunteers.
  • Performance management - Documents Trainee Assessment Portfolio (TAP) progress for each Trainee on a periodic basis. Assesses Trainee/Volunteer technical performance during practicums. Identifies related problems or limitations, and provides advice and consultation as necessary. Supports other staff in ensuring Trainee/Volunteer adherence to Peace Corps policies and standards of conduct. Documents cases of inappropriate behavior and briefs the Technical Coordinator, the TM, and sector staff in a timely fashion.
  • Trauma-informed support – Understands the physical, social, and emotional impact of trauma on Volunteers and provides victim-centered support.

Other 10%

  • During PST, carries the Peace Corps Training phone to keep in contact with Trainees, host families, community collaborators, the Technical Coordinator, TM, PM, Peace Corps Volunteer Trainers and Peace Corps Medical Officers.
  • Exhibits enthusiasm and aptitude to learn new IT platforms (Learning Space) for creating virtual language training modules.
  • Other tasks as may be assigned by the supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education:

  • Completion of secondary school is required.
  • Post-secondary education in a health field, specifically midwifery or as Physician Assistant (Assistant Medical) is preferred.

Prior Work Experience:

  • At least three years of work experience in rural medical practice.
  • Experience working successfully within the Togolese health system.

Language Proficiency:

  • Level 4 written and spoken French.
  • Level 4 written and spoken English.

Skills and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of gender issues in Togo.
  • Ability to lead group discussions.
  • Ability to live and work in a rural area with limited infrastructure and comfort required.
  • Experience with an American organization and/or American culture desirable. Must also have good knowledge of or interest in American culture and issues of cross-cultural differences.
  • In depth knowledge of rural Togo is a plus.
  • Good computer skills in MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook) is desirable.
  • Understanding of the traditional and modern dynamics of the society.
  • Counseling skills are highly desirable.
  • Good conflict resolution skills in a cross-cultural setting are desirable.
  • Sound knowledge of community development issues and problems is necessary in order to develop appropriate language activities.

POSITION ELEMENTS

Supervision received

Position is supervised by the Technical Coordinator and the Training Manager, in close coordination with the CHESS Program Manager and Program Assistant. The incumbent must be able to function well independently.

Physical condition

The duties and responsibilities of the CHESS Technical Coordinator Assistant are executed from PST communities around Pagala and occasionally at the Training Center in Pagala for the duration of the PST part of the contract except for cases of bona fide emergency, or predetermine periods indicated in the Training Calendar. Any other absence from the PST site must have prior written authorization from the Training Manager. The Contractor shall be paid for his/her effective days of work.

Subsequent to PST, work is also completed occasionally in the Peace Corps office in Lomé or at Volunteer sites in addition to the Training Center in Pagala. Travel outside of the PST site(s) may be required approximately 2% of the contract time.

Core Leadership Responsibilities

The Contractor is expected to carry out all tasks in accordance with “Core Leadership” responsibilities (see attached).

Safety and Security

Participates in the General Training of Trainers with respect to Trainee/Volunteer safety and security. Maintains communication with Technical Coordinator, the TM and gives periodic feedback, including information about Trainee safety and security in PST communities. Provides safety and security support to Trainees within host families and communities.

Monitors Trainee/Volunteer compliance with Peace Corps policies, especially related to safety and security, and in consultation with the Technical Coordinator and TM, discusses corrective action as necessary. Is knowledgeable and supportive of Peace Corps safety and security policies and procedures, including the timely reporting of suspicious incidents, persons or articles.

Supervisory responsibilities

No Supervisor responsibility is required

Occasional Money Holder

The PSC may be requested by the Training Manager to courier a limited amount of cash to host families and/or purchase orders from various vendors for supplies for technical activities in the PST community, as directed by the Contracting Officer.

HOW TO APPLY

All the applications including a cover letter and curriculum vitae in English with three references, copies of most recent diplomas, work certificates and a valid police record (Casier Judiciaire datant de moins de trois mois) must be sent by e-mail only to the following address: [email protected] by May 17, 2021.

This announcement is also available on the US Embassy Lomé website: https://tg.usembassy.gov/embassy/jobs

NB:

- Only the selected applicants will be contacted.
- Please indicate the title of the position you are applying for.

The United States Peace Corps is an Equal Opportunity Employer.