The project’s objective is to bring more efficient and safer movement of goods and people along the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) East-West Economic Corridor (and also North-South Economic Corridor) in Myanmar. Department of Highways (DOH) will implement the proposed project through its Project Management Unit (PMU). The executing agency (EA) is the Ministry of Construction (MOC) of the government. The project will be implemented over a 7-year period, from 2019 to 2025. The project has three key outputs: (i) Output 1: GMS highways improved;(ii) Output 2: Yangon-Mandalay expressway safety improved(iii) Output 3: Detailed design for other highway projects
A civil engineer with minimum Bachelors’ degree, with 7 years’ working experience in collecting hydrology/rainfall data etc. from line ministries and analyzing them for design works.Person-Months : 6, intermittent
Accommodation, Transportation and Per diem provided in the field.
- Applications Deadline: on first come, first served basis- Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
- Experience working with Ministry of Construction and ADB project
Mekong Economics has a broad base of experience in the Greater Mekong Subregion. We have worked on large projects for numerous donor agencies including the World Bank, several divisions of the United Nations, Australian Aid, Finnish Aid, Irish Aid, the Asian Development Bank, and several governments. Projects cover a wide array of topics, among them health, education, international trade policy, and infrastructure. MKE applies our expertise in a variety of manners: surveys, monitoring and evaluation, market analysis, data reviews, and baseline evaluation, and more.