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Terms of Reference for engaging a Environment Specialist in RSPMU, for
Preparation of World Bank assisted Jal Swarajya-II Project

1. Introduction:

1.1 The World Bank supported Government of Maharashtra (GoM) in the RWSS
sector through two projects in the past. The last project was Jalswarajya implemented
from 2003-2009. Jalswarajya-I project has been successful in consolidating and
demonstrating the new policies of GoM in the sector, mainly aimed at strengthening
decentralized, community led sector management with a focus on higher levels of
service delivery (piped water supply, household tap connections, open defecation free
villages etc).

1.2 The GoM has applied through GOI for World Bank assistance in developing and
implementing its State-wide Sector Program for the next 5 years under a follow on
project (Jalswarajya phase-2) in order to scale up the JS-I approach state-wide and
integrate and streamline the functions of existing multiple sector institutions along
with developing implementation models for meeting new sector challenges.
2. Rational
2.1 In order to carry out the preparation of the Project Implementation Plan (PIP) of
Jalswarajya phase-2 project, the GoM has put together a project preparation team
within the department along with some experts from WSP-SA. As per the Jalswarajya
II scope and World Bank requirements, following studies/assessment reports needs to
be prepared on priority:
1. Sector Status Report for Water, Sanitation & Water Quality
2. Finance & Procurement Manuel
3. Social & Environmental assessments cum Impact report
4 Institutional Assessments report
5. Monitoring & Evaluation studies.

2.2 Accordingly there is a need to engage the experts/specialists from all the above
fields in the Project Preparation Team. Therefore Reform Support & Project
Management Unit, (RSPMU) invites application from the suitable candidates on a
short term consultancy basis for the post of environment Specialist as per the given
below terms of Reference:-


3. Roles and Responsibilities
The role and responsibility of the Environment Specialist will be as below:-
3.1 The Environment Specialist will prepare Environmental Assessment (EA) report and
Environment Management Plan, in coordination with the consultant appointed by the
WSP-SA, as per the Operational policy, Bank procedure and Good practices of WB,
within stipulated period as agreed mutually between World Bank and GoM.
3.2 He / She will also be responsible for incorporating the Social Assessment findings for
preparation of final Social and Environment Assessment Report, which will be one of
the key inputs for the preparation of the Environmental Impact Assessment Report, to
be prepared by the World Bank.
3.3 He / She will be responsible for development of Environment Management Plan
for the whole Project based upon EA report, covering following aspects (but not
limited to):
Negative list of schemes that would not be permissible in the programme because
they contravene the bank policies and the National/ State regulation
Standardized environmental codes of practices for a range of water supply and
sanitation investments
Screening formats to identify high impacts schemes that require environmental
assessments (e.g. large schemes or schemes in environmentally vulnerable areas.)
Standard terms of reference for Environmental Impact Assessments to be taken up in
programme
Monitoring and reporting mechanism.
Standardized terms of reference for external environmental audits
Institutional roles and responsibilities
Guidance on training and capacity building
Issues involving pollution of ground water resources, water quality, application of
ISO 10500 norms etc.
Any other article/item as desired by the Bank/Department.
3.4 He / She will be responsible to collect data, analyse and prepare in the required
format so as to incorporate in the EA report.
3.5 He / She is responsible to organise the public consultation workshops at various
places for dissemination of the EA report findings and incorporate the feedback
received from the stakeholder for finalization of EA and Environment Management
Plan (EMP).
3.6 To study various policies adopted by GoM for community Development and
incorporate the same for smooth functioning of project process at various levels.
3.7 To design the strategy to aware the community about the New Financing Tool P4R
in consultation with Financial, Procurement Consultant and World Bank.
3.8 To co-ordinate with the World Bank in general and his / her task counterpart in the
WB Team.
3.9 He / She have to co-ordinate and liaison with all the team members and other
consultants for the smooth functioning of the project preparation activities.
3.10 He / She will be responsible to co-ordinate with various desks in WSSD, GSDA,
MJP, RDD, Public Health Dept, WSSO, Maharashtra Pollution Control Board,
Districts Govt. officials and non officials, NGOs, PRIs and other State Govt. Depts.
for collecting the required information.
3.11 He / She is required to visit any place within Maharashtra and outside Maharashtra
also as and when required based on project need with approval from competent
authority
3.12 He / She is also responsible for regular submission of project preparation progress
of the project to the Project Manager and Project Director of Jalswarajya Project-II.
3.13 He / She must be fully convergent with the all aspects of project preparation
activities and Liable for timely reporting to Project Manager / Project Director about
the Project preparation progress.
3.14 He / She is responsible for any other related task / tasks assigned by Project
Director & Project Manager.

4.Qualification and Experience:
4.1 Essential Qualifications
Post Graduate degree in Environmental Engineering / Environmental science.
Experience of working in government/reputed private sector as a consultant for planning,
designing, pre & post assessment of water supply and sanitation facilities with regard to
environmental safety & standard norms, for at least seven (7) years.
Strong communication skills in presenting, discussing and resolving difficult issues, both
orally and in writing, and excellent listening skills and proficiency in English and Marathi
Exceptional degree of integrity, judgment and tact in handling the most sensitive, diverse
and confidential material.
4.2 Added Qualifications
Preference will be given for experience in preparation of Environment Assessment report
and Environment Management plan for similar kind of World Bank projects preferably in
water & sanitation areas.
Experience of working with rural areas/communities.
Good & thorough knowledge of IT & Computer skills including data base management/MIS
development.
4.3 Power to Relaxation
In case of deserving Government official, Principal Secretary is empowered to relax
qualification/ experience criteria.
5. Report/Manuel submission
5.1 The consultant will have to produce Environment Management Plan as per clause 3
(3), incorporating all the studies/report as mentioned in but not limited to clauses 3(1),
3(2) etc.
5.2 The tentative schedule for submission of the Plan will be as given below:

5.3 For any delay in submission of the report, a valid explanation will be required to be
tendered to the management. Project Director shall be the final authority to accept/refuse the
reasons/explanation tendered.
6. Salary and Allowances
6.1 Recruitment of Specialist initially shall initially be for four Months and likely to be
extended based upon the performance.
6.2 Monthly Remuneration and Allowances Monthly Remuneration shall be INR 50,000/-
Sr.
No
Time Table (since inception ,
in weeks)
Activity
1. 0-2 weeks Procurement of study material, understanding
the financial system, requirements etc.
2. 2-5 weeks EA report completed/ presented to Project
Manager.
3. 5-9 weeks First draft on EMP submission.
4. 9-12 weeks Final submission of EMP & its acceptance by
the Project management.
(Fifty Thousands only). In case of deserving candidate, Principal Secretary may sanction
more remuneration.
6.3 He shall also be entitled for TA/DA, which shall be applicable as per Rs.6600/- Grade
Pay and in addition a lump sum mobile/internet allowance of Rs 1000/- will also be
admissible. No other benefits like leave allowance, gratuity or pension or any other
allowance associated with regular government employees shall be applicable.
6.4 He shall be entitled to 2 casual leaves and a max of three sick/medical leave for the
entire duration of 4 months. Non availing of these leaves would not result in any
compensation/allowance due in lieu of that.
6.5 Selected consultant shall have to sign a detailed contractual agreement on a judicial
stamp paper duly attested stating clearly that s/he abides by the rules and conditions as
set in the contract.
6.6 In case of Govt. candidate, he will be treated on deputation to the Jal Swarajya project
and all rules established/set by the GoM/GAD regarding such deputation will be
followed.
7. Confidentiality clause
7.1 Selected consultant will have to sign the confidentiality clause s set in the contract
agreement, thereby acknowledging clearly that all produced works shall be a property of the
GoM/WSSD and s/he will have no claims what so ever over the material in any form.

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Terms of Reference for engaging a Finance Specialist in RSPMU, for
Preparation of World Bank assisted Jal Swarajya-II Project

2. Introduction:

1.1 The World Bank supported Government of Maharashtra (GoM) in the RWSS
sector through two projects in the past. The last project was Jalswarajya implemented
from 2003-2009. Jalswarajya-I project has been successful in consolidating and
demonstrating the new policies of GoM in the sector, mainly aimed at strengthening
decentralized, community led sector management with a focus on higher levels of
service delivery (piped water supply, household tap connections, open defecation free
villages etc).
1.2 The GoM has applied through GOI for World Bank assistance in developing and
implementing its State-wide Sector Program for the next 5 years under a follow on
project (Jalswarajya phase-2) in order to scale up the JS-I approach state-wide and
integrate and streamline the functions of existing multiple sector institutions along
with developing implementation models for meeting new sector challenges.
2. Rational
2.1 In order to carry out the preparation of the Project Implementation Plan (PIP) of
Jalswarajya phase-2 project, the GoM has put together a project preparation team
within the department along with some experts from WSP-SA. As per the Jalswarajya
II scope and World Bank requirements, following studies/assessment reports needs to
be prepared on priority:
1. Sector Status Report for Water, Sanitation & Water Quality
2. Finance & Procurement Manuel
3. Social & Environmental assessment cum Impact report
4 Institutional Assessments report
5. Monitoring & Evaluation studies.
2.2 Accordingly there is a need to engage the experts/specialists from all the above
fields in the Project Preparation Team. Therefore Reform Support & Project
Management Unit, (RSPMU) invites application from the suitable candidates on a
short term consultancy basis for the post of finance Specialist as per the given below
terms of Reference:-

3. Roles and Responsibilities
3.1 The role and responsibility of the Finance Specialist will be as given below:-
a) To Develop a good, comprehensive and objective Financial Manual for the
upcoming project covering:
b) Whole project implementation arrangement covering Budget & planning, fund
flow mechanism, Accounting systems & frame work, Book keeping and
accounts, system of internal & external controls and audits, staffing and
training etc. along with roles and responsibilities for the State, District and
block teams.
c) Reporting formats for each of the three levels, i.e. state, district and block
along with reporting formats for the community level project workers. He will
also give suggestions/ideas on how to integrate the above reporting
requirements along with the existing system and to consolidate the flow of
information between various institutions/directorates/wings of the water
supply and sanitation department.
d) Existing good FM practices in the governments various departments
(including pertaining to Centre and/or other state governments), and to
suggest suitable implementation arrangements for effective and efficient
program management.
e) Uniform term of reference of audit (both internal and external) for the project
including terms of reference for social audits, community score cards etc.
f) Program balance sheet, including possible flow of funds across nest five
years and to check with the department of Finance for its consistency.
g) The newly proposed Program for Results (P4R) approach by the World Bank
and to identify the suitable strategy for the project, which would lead to smooth
integration with the requirements of the finance department. Also to inquest into
Deliverable linked indicators (DLI) as a mean of fund flow from the World
Bank and to suggest suitable implementing arrangements.
i) FM assessment of enhanced role of WSSO as an implementing agency.

3.2 To review the technical, administrative and legal aspects of the finances for
inclusion in financial manual, including advice on terms and conditions for
securing World Bank loan as per new programmatic approach.
3.3 Prepare financial implications of project design, evaluate institutional capacity
of implementing entities at district and sub district level and develop suitable
finance management system;
3.4 Develop a strong web based finance management system, analyze management
related information for improving efficiency and effectiveness of service
delivery in the sector.
3.5 Design workshops modules to educate financial management professionals in
implementing agencies at state, district and sub district levels and village level
on approach to finances, as well as on specialized financial topics
3.6 Conduct a financial performance assessment on a sample basis in all schemes
that are implemented in the sector by carrying out in at least five districts
covering ten villages each.
3.7 To prepare operational guidelines on concepts, policies and procedures for over
all sector level finance management. This would include study of the existing
method/system of fund flow by the department under various programs/projects
like NRDWP/TSC/O&M to various institutions like ZP/MJP/GSDA/WSSO etc
and suggest measures to be taken by the department for tighter financial
accountability and control.
3.8 Assist all Implementing entities and staff, including capacity building support in
financial assessment and the finance management system development process
including preparation of various Manuals, reports and other documents, etc.;
3.9 To co-ordinate/liaise with the World Bank in general and his / her task counterpart
in the WB Team.
3.10 He / She will have to co-ordinate and liaison with all the team members and
other consultants for the smooth functioning of the project preparation activities.
3.11 He / She will be responsible to co-ordinate with various desks in WSSD, GSDA,
MJP, RDD, Public Health Dept, WSSO, Maharashtra Pollution Control Board,
and Districts Govt. officials, NGOs, PRIs & other State Govt. Depts. For
collecting the required information.
3.12 He / She is required to visit any place within Maharashtra and outside
Maharashtra also as and when required based on project need with approval from
competent authority.
3.13 He / She will also responsible for regular submission of project preparation
progress of the project to the Project Manager and Project Director of Jalswarajya
Project-II.
3.14 Any other related task / tasks assigned by Project Director & Project Manager.

4. Qualifications and Experience
4.1 Essential Qualification:
A Masters degree in a following discipline i.e. Commerce or Management in Finance
or Business or he should be a practicing C.A.
At least Five (5) years of direct relevant work experience as finance Specialist or
alternatively, having had responsibilities with a substantial content of his/her position
in the finance area;
Good knowledge of all concepts and principles of and approaches to finance, and of
public finance systems followed by the state Government, Govt. of India and
International agencies like World Bank;
Exceptional degree of integrity, judgment and tact in handling the most sensitive,
diverse and confidential material.
Proficiency (Written and Oral) in English and Marathi.
4.2 Added Qualification
A previous work experience in the similar capacity essentially related to the World
Bank Project in the developmental field.
Any added qualification like CFA or ICWA or MIFA etc.
Strong communication and analytical skills in presenting, discussing and resolving
difficult issues.
Knowledge and experience in e-finance and procurement MIS will be an added
advantage.
Well conversant with the latest IT applications/financial tools and use of websites,
email etc.
4.3 Power to Relaxation
In case of deserving Government official, Principal Secretary is empowered to relax
qualification/ experience criteria.

5. Report/Manuel submission
5.1 The consultant will have to produce financial Manuel as per clause 3.1(i)
incorporating all the studies/report as mentioned in but not limited to clauses 3.2,
3.3, & 3.7, etc.
5.2 The tentative schedule for submission of the report will as follows:

Sr.
No
Time Table (since inception , in
weeks)
Activity
1. 0-2 weeks Procurement of study material, understanding the
financial system, requirements etc.
2. 2-5 weeks Studies completed/report presented to Project
Manager through Sr. Accounts officer.
3. 5-9 weeks First draft on Financial Manuel submission
4. 9-12 weeks Final submission of FM & its acceptance by the
Project management.
5.3 For any delay in submission of the report, a valid explanation will be required
to be tendered to the management. Project Director shall be the final authority to
accept/refuse the reasons/explanation tendered.
6. Salary and Allowances
6.7 Recruitment of Specialist initially shall initially be for four Months and likely to
be extended based upon the performance.
6.8 Monthly Remuneration and Allowances Monthly Remuneration shall be INR
50,000/- (Fifty Thousands only). In case of deserving candidate, Principal
Secretary may sanction more remuneration.
6.9 He shall also be entitled for TA/DA, which shall be applicable as per Rs.6600/-
Grade Pay and in addition a lump sum mobile/internet allowance of Rs 1000/-
will also be admissible. No other benefits like leave allowance, gratuity or
pension or any other allowance associated with regular government employees
shall be applicable.
6.10 He shall be entitled to 2 casual leaves and a max of three sick/medical leave
for the entire duration of 4 months. Non availing of these leaves would not result
in any compensation/allowance due in lieu of that.
6.11 Selected consultant shall have to sign a detailed contractual agreement on a
judicial stamp paper duly attested stating clearly that s/he abides by the rules and
conditions as set in the contract.
6.12 In case of Govt. candidate, he will be treated on deputation to the Jalswarajya
project and all rules established/set by the GoM/GAD regarding such deputation
will be followed.
7. Confidentiality clause
7.1 Selected consultant will have to sign the confidentiality clause s set in the contract
agreement, thereby acknowledging clearly that all produced works shall be a property
of the GoM/WSSD and s/he will have no claims what so ever over the material in any
form.
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Terms of Reference for engaging a Procurement Specialist in RSPMU, for
Preparation of World Bank assisted Jal Swarajya-II Project

1. Introduction:

1.1 The World Bank supported Government of Maharashtra (GoM) in the RWSS
sector through two projects in the past. The last project was Jalswarajya implemented
from 2003-2009. Jalswarajya-I project has been successful in consolidating and
demonstrating the new policies of GoM in the sector, mainly aimed at strengthening
decentralized, community led sector management with a focus on higher levels of
service delivery (piped water supply, household tap connections, open defecation free
villages etc).
1.2 The GoM has applied through GOI for World Bank assistance in developing and
implementing its State-wide Sector Program for the next 5 years under a follow on
project (Jalswarajya phase-2) in order to scale up the JS-I approach state-wide and
integrate and streamline the functions of existing multiple sector institutions along
with developing implementation models for meeting new sector challenges.
2. Rational
2.1 In order to carry out the preparation of the Project Implementation Plan (PIP) of
Jalswarajya phase-2 project, the GoM has put together a project preparation team
within the department along with some experts from WSP-SA. As per the Jalswarajya
II scope and World Bank requirements, following studies/assessment reports needs to
be prepared on priority:
1. Sector Status Report for Water, Sanitation & Water Quality
2. Finance & Procurement Manuel
3. Social & Environmental assessment cum Impact report
4 Institutional Assessments report
5. Monitoring & Evaluation studies.
2.2 Accordingly there is a need to engage the experts/specialists from all the above
fields in the Project Preparation Team. Therefore Reform Support & Project
Management Unit, (RSPMU) invites application from the suitable candidates on a
short term consultancy basis for the post of Procurement Specialist as per the given
below terms of Reference:-

3. Roles and Responsibilities
The role and responsibility of the Procurement Specialist will be as given below:-
3.1 To develop a Procurement Manual for the proposed Jal Swarajya-II project,
incorporating all the established/standard norms/best practices followed across the
government/semi-government/other similar institutions or projects, acceptable to
Government and donor agency i.e. World Bank.
3.2 To prepare a progressive procurement plan covering procurement at
state/district/community level and to lay down the guiding principles/rules governing the
same.
3.3 To Provide procurement support during project preparation;
3.4 Assist all Implementing entities and staff in procurement capacity building activities
including support during procurement assessment and the procurement system
development process including preparation of various Manuals, bid and other
documents,
etc.;
3.5 Review the technical, commercial and legal aspects of procurement (in consultation
with Legal and Policy teams as necessary) for inclusion in procurement manual
3.6 Provide operational guidelines on concepts, policies and procedures of procurement;
3.7 Prepare procurement implications of project design, evaluate institutional capacity
of implementing entities at district and sub district level and develop suitable
procurement plans/strategies;
3.8 Prepare guidelines for negotiating and resolving difficult procurement issues with
agencies on bidding and award issues;
3.9 Design workshops modules to educate procurement professionals in implementing
agencies at state, district and sub district levels and village level on approach to
procurement, as well as on specialized procurement topics.
3.10 Prepare a range of procurement-related documents and reports;
3.11 Develop a strong web based procurement management system, analyse
management related information for improving efficiency and effectiveness of
service delivery in the sector.
3.12 Conduct a procurement performance assessment on a sample basis in all schemes
that are implemented in the sector by carrying out in at least five districts covering ten
villages each.
3.13 To study various policies adopted by GoM for community Development and
incorporate the same for smooth functioning of project process at various levels.
3.14 To design the strategy to aware the community about the New Financing Tool P4R
in consultation with Financial, Procurement Consultant and World Bank.
3.15 To co-ordinate with the World Bank in general and his / her task counterpart in the
WB Team.
3.16 He / She has to co-ordinate and liaison with all the team members and other
consultants for the smooth functioning of the project preparation activities.
3.17 He / She will be responsible to co-ordinate with various desks in WSSD, GSDA,
MJP, RDD, Public Health Dept, WSSO, Maharashtra Pollution Control Board, and
Districts Govt. officials, NGOs, PRIs and other State Govt. Depts. for collecting the
required information.
3.18 He / She is required to visit any place within Maharashtra and outside Maharashtra
also as and when required based on project need with approval from competent
authority.
3.19 He / She is also responsible for regular submission of project preparation progress of
the project to the Project Manager and Project Director of Jalswarajya Project-II.3.20
He / She must be fully convergent with the all aspects of project preparation
activities and Liable for timely reporting to Project Manager / Project Director about
the Project preparation progress.
3.21 He / She is responsible for any other related task / tasks assigned by Project
Director & Project Manager.
4. Qualifications and Experience
4.1 Essential Qualification
1. A Masters degree in a relevant discipline (e.g. Engineering, Management,
Procurement, Finance, Business or Commerce)
2. At least Five (5) years of direct relevant work experience as Procurement Specialist in
a project involving community procurement.
3. Good knowledge of all concepts and principles of and approaches to procurement,
and of public procurement systems followed by the state Government, Govt. of India
and International agencies like World Bank;
4. Exceptional degree of integrity, judgment and tact in handling the most sensitive,
diverse and confidential material.
5. Knowledge and understanding of technical, commercial and legal aspects of
procurement at all phases;
6. Strong communication skills in presenting, discussing and resolving difficult issues,
both orally and in writing, and excellent listening skills and proficiency in English
and Marathi;
4.2 Added Qualifications
1. A work experience in water/sanitation related project involving community
procurement in a demand driven way.
2. Direct knowledge of procurement system followed by the donor agency.
3. Knowledge and experience in e-procurement and developing procurement MIS.
4.3 Power to Relaxation
In case of deserving Government official, Principal Secretary is empowered to
relax qualification/ experience criteria.
5. Report/Manuel submission
5.1 The consultant will have to produce Procurement Manuel as per clause 3 (1),
incorporating all the studies/report as mentioned in but not limited to clauses 3(2),
3(5) & 3(7) etc.
5.2 The tentative schedule for submission of the report will as follows:

Sr.
No
Time Table (since
inception , in weeks)
Activity
1. 0-2 weeks Procurement of study material, understanding
the financial/procurement system, requirements
etc.
2. 2-5 weeks Studies completed/report presented to Project
Manager through Sr. Accounts officer.
3. 5-9 weeks First draft on Procurement Manuel submission
4. 9-12 weeks Final submission of PM & its acceptance by the
Project management.

5.3 For any delay in submission of the report, a valid explanation will be required
to be tendered to the management. Project Director shall be the final authority to
accept/refuse the reasons/explanation tendered.



6. Salary and Allowances
6.1 Recruitment of Specialist initially shall initially be for four Months and likely to be
extended based upon the performance.
6.2 Monthly Remuneration and Allowances Monthly Remuneration shall be INR
50,000/- (Fifty Thousands only). In case of deserving candidate, Principal Secretary
may sanction more remuneration.
6.2 He shall also be entitled for TA/DA, which shall be applicable as per Rs.6600/- Grade
Pay and in addition a lump sum mobile/internet allowance of Rs 1000/- will also be
admissible. No other benefits like leave allowance, gratuity or pension or any other
allowance associated with regular government employees shall be applicable.
6.3 He shall be entitled to 2 casual leaves and a max of three sick/medical leave for the
entire duration of 4 months. Non availing of these leaves would not result in any
compensation/allowance due in lieu of that.
6.4 Selected consultant shall have to sign a detailed contractual agreement on a judicial
stamp paper duly attested stating clearly that s/he abides by the rules and conditions
as set in the contract.
6.5 In case of Govt. candidate, he will be treated on deputation to the Jal Swarajya project
and all rules established/set by the GoM/GAD regarding such deputation will be
followed.
7. Confidentiality clause
7.1 Selected consultant will have to sign the confidentiality clause s set in the contract
agreement, thereby acknowledging clearly that all produced works shall be a property
of the GoM/WSSD and s/he will have no claims what so ever over the material in any
form.

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Terms of Reference for engaging a Social development Specialist in
RSPMU, for Preparation of World Bank assisted Jal Swarajya-II Project

3. Introduction:

1.1 The World Bank supported Government of Maharashtra (GoM) in the RWSS
sector through two projects in the past. The last project was Jalswarajya implemented
from 2003-2009. Jalswarajya-I project has been successful in consolidating and
demonstrating the new policies of GoM in the sector, mainly aimed at strengthening
decentralized, community led sector management with a focus on higher levels of
service delivery (piped water supply, household tap connections, open defecation free
villages etc).
1.2 The GoM has applied through GOI for World Bank assistance in developing and
implementing its State-wide Sector Program for the next 5 years under a follow on
project (Jalswarajya phase-2) in order to scale up the JS-I approach state-wide and
integrate and streamline the functions of existing multiple sector institutions along
with developing implementation models for meeting new sector challenges.
2. Rational
2.1 In order to carry out the preparation of the Project Implementation Plan (PIP) of
Jalswarajya phase-2 project, the GoM has put together a project preparation team
within the department along with some experts from WSP-SA. As per the Jalswarajya
II scope and World Bank requirements, following studies/assessment reports needs to
be prepared on priority:
1. Sector Status Report for Water, Sanitation & Water Quality
2. Finance & Procurement Manuel
3. Social & Environmental assessment cum Impact report
4 Institutional Assessments report
5. Monitoring & Evaluation studies.
2.2 Accordingly there is a need to engage the experts/specialists from all the above
fields in the Project Preparation Team. Therefore Reform Support & Project
Management Unit, (RSPMU) invites application from the suitable candidates on a
short term consultancy basis for the post of finance Specialist as per the given below
terms of Reference:-
3. Roles & Responsibilities
The role and responsibility of the Social development Specialist will be as below:-
3.1 He shall prepare the Community Operational Manual for the rural water and
sanitation sector and social mobilization plan. The community operational manual
will consist of guiding principles like role and functions of Pani Samities, public
contribution, community operation and maintenance, etc. which will govern the
entire project operations at community level.
3.2 He will also prepare a social mobilization plan which would include help the
project in creating village profile, doing PRAs, identifying key opinion leaders in
the community and ways to address/incorporate their concerns/suggestions etc.
The plan would also aim at creating/adopting/restructuring critical processes to be
followed for ensuring fulfillment of all the development objectives which the
project aims at. It would necessarily include a road map to cover target areas
SC/ ST/ Minority coverage, Gender issues, Tribal etc.
3.3 To develop methodology for conducting comprehensive base line survey.
3.4 Analysis of training need assessment and design the appropriate capacity building
plan for all stakeholders especially community members for sustainability of
Water/Sanitation services.
3.5 Develop strategies and approaches for districts to promote and monitor
community participation in the project processes with a focus on womens
involvement and social equity.
3.6 To complete the social assessment part of the social environmental study in
consultation with Environment Specialist.
3.7 To develop Disbursement Linked Indicators (DLIs) for social development plan.
3.8 Prepare a plan to build capacities of the local Institutions and Supporting
Organizations to work in a participatory manner with the user communities and
within the organizations.
3.9 Prepare a module to monitor the performance of the support organizations at
grass-root level and capacity building consortiums and suggest corrective
measures.
3.10 Prepare a module to monitor the effectiveness of the participatory processes in
the context of the project development objectives set for this component
3.11 To design the strategies for community awareness activities and ensure that the
technology selection and cost commitment by the community are through
transparent social process with due gender and social equity balance. He will
also design the strategies and systems to monitor the quality of participatory
processes, gender inclusion, outcomes and sustainability of the reforms.
3.10 To design the strategy to aware the community about the new financing Tool
P4R in consultation with financial, procurement consultants and WB.
3.11 To study various policies adopted by GoM for community Development and
incorporate the same for smooth functioning of project process at various
levels.
3.12 To design the strategy to aware the community about the New Financing Tool
P4R in consultation with Financial, Procurement Consultant and World Bank.
3.13 To co-ordinate with the World Bank in general and his / her task counterpart
in the WB Team.
3.14 He / She will be responsible to co-ordinate with various desks in WSSD,
GSDA, MJP, RDD, Public Health Dept, WSSO, Maharashtra Pollution
Control Board, Districts Govt. officials, NGOs, PRIs and other State Govt.
Depts. for collecting the required information.
3.15 He / She is required to visit any place within Maharashtra and outside
Maharashtra also as and when required based on project need with approval
from competent authority.
3.16 He / She is also responsible for regular submission of project preparation
progress of the project to the Project Manager and Project Director of
Jalswarajya Project-II.
3.17 He / She must be fully convergent with the all aspects of project preparation
activities and Liable for timely reporting to Project Manager / Project Director
about the Project preparation progress.
3.18 Any other work assigned by the Project Director/ Project Manager

4. Qualification and Experience:
4.1 Essential Experience
A first class Post Graduate Degree in Community Development or Social Work or Rural
Management/ Rural Planning.
Minimum seven (7) years of experience of working in a similar kind of community led
project/ NGO/private sector in participatory community development activities out of
which at least three years should be as a strategist/think-tank at the state/central/HQ level.
Exceptional degree of integrity, judgment and tact in handling the most sensitive, diverse
and confidential material.
Strong communication skills in presenting, discussing and resolving difficult issues, both
orally and in writing, and excellent listening skills and proficiency in English and Marathi
4.2 Desired Qualification
Previous experience of working successfully with marginal/vulnerable sub-groups,
expertise in PRA based social assessment or other similar tools and social marketing.
Well conversant with the latest IT applications and use of websites/ email etc.
4.3 Power to Relaxation
In case of deserving Government official, Principal Secretary is empowered to relax the
qualification/ experience criteria.
5. Report/Manuel submission
5.1 The consultant will have to produce community operation manual and social
mobilization plan as per clause 3(1) & 3(2), by incorporating all the above
directions and terms. The tentative schedule for submission of the report will as
follows:

Sr.
No
Time Table
(since inception
, in weeks)
Activity
1. 0-2 weeks Initial tour/survey/scouting old materials etc.
2. 2-5 weeks Initial draft/rough report on social
mobilization/community operation plan ready
3. 5-9 weeks First draft ready
4. 9-12 weeks Final submission & its acceptance by the Project
management.
5.3 For any delay in submission of the report, a valid explanation will be required
to be tendered to the management. Project Director shall be the final authority to
accept/refuse the reasons/explanation tendered.
6. Salary and Allowances
6.6 Recruitment of Specialist initially shall initially be for four Months and likely
to be extended based upon the performance.
6.7 Monthly Remuneration and Allowances Monthly Remuneration shall be
INR 50,000/- (Fifty Thousands only). In case of deserving candidate,
Principal Secretary may sanction more remuneration.
6.8 He shall also be entitled for TA/DA, which shall be applicable as per
Rs.6600/- Grade Pay and in addition a lump sum mobile/internet allowance of
Rs 1000/- will also be admissible. No other benefits like leave allowance,
gratuity or pension or any other allowance associated with regular government
employees shall be applicable.
6.9 He shall be entitled to 2 casual leaves and a max of three sick/medical leave
for the entire duration of 4 months. Non availing of these leaves would not
result in any compensation/allowance due in lieu of that.
6.10 Selected consultant shall have to sign a detailed contractual agreement on a
judicial stamp paper duly attested stating clearly that s/he abides by the rules
and conditions as set in the contract.
6.11 In case of Govt. candidate, he will be treated on deputation to the Jal Swarajya
project and all rules established/set by the GoM/GAD regarding such
deputation will be followed.
7. Confidentiality clause
7.1 Selected consultant will have to sign the confidentiality clause s set in the contract
agreement, thereby acknowledging clearly that all produced works shall be a
property of the GoM/WSSD and s/he will have no claims what so ever over the
material in any form.

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APPLICATION

To,
Deputy Secretary & Project Director(RSPMU),
Water Supply & Sanitation Department,
CIDCO Bhavan, South Wing, 1
st
floor,
C.B.D. Belapur, Navi Mumbai 400 016.


Subject :- Application for the post of ..


SECTION A
1. Applicant Details

Name (First-middle-last)

Date of birth (dd-mm-yyyy)

Age as on 1/1/2012

Place of birth


Category (SC,ST,OBC, Other)


Sex

[ ] Male [ ] Female
Permanent address









Tel.No.: Mobile No.:
Current address (If different than
permanent address)









Tel.No.: Mobile No.:
Email ID



SECTION B

1. Educational Details (From S.S.C. onwards)

College/ Institute University /
Board
Qualification Mark
%
Year of
passing
Subjects/
Specialization









Latest Passport
Size
photograph of
applicant self
attested








2. Other Courses / Additional Qualification

Sr.No. Title of the course / qualification
/ award
Institute /
University
Part Time /
Full Time
Duration & Year
of passing













3. Relevant Workshops & Trainings Attended

Sr.No. Name of the Program Conducted by Duration Year







SECTION C
1. Nature of present employment :- (contract / permanent)-
2. Experience Details
Sr.No. Name of Organization Joining date Leaving
date
Position
held
Role / Nature of
duties































3. Details of the current / last employment:

Current / Last Employer Place Per month Salary in Rs. Annual Salary in Rs.








SECTION D
1. Skills

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3.

4.


2. Extra Curricular Activities / Interests





3. Any other information the applicant would like to mention: (Research papers, Publications)

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4. Two Self attested photos enclosed (Y/N)
5. Two self addressed envelop enclosed (Y/N)
I, the undersigned, hereby declare that all the above information is valid and accurate to the
best of my knowledge and I have informed my current office regarding application for this post.

Date :
Place : Signature

Note :
1. Knowledge and fluency (both written and spoken) in Marathi and English language is
essential.
2. All the candidates of the above positions should be conversant with computer
operations.
3. Please attach attested copies of the relevant documents, the application may
not be considered if not supported by relevant document.
4. Applications which are not in prescribed form will be rejected.