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Community Investment and Livelihood Restoration Program Officer

დასაქმების ფორმა სრული განაკვეთი
თარიღები 23 მარტი - 10 აპრილი

JSC Nenskra Hydro is pleased to announce a vacancy for the position of Community Investment and Livelihood Restoration Program Officer.

Definition of Role:

The CIP/LRP Officer is responsible for the implementation of the Community Investment Program (CIP) and Livelihood Restoration Program (LRP) of the Nenskra Hydropower Project which were reviewed and approved by the Lenders Consortium, involving EBRD, EIB, ADB, AIIB, KDB, and K-Sure. The CIP and the LRP are designed to be in line with the national and international safeguards standards of the Lenders.

The community investment and livelihood restoration programs are implemented under the overall Integrated Social Responsibility (CSR) Plan of the Project Sponsor. In this regard, the implementation of the CIP and LRP social development projects should be closely linked to the social development key focus areas identified in the Integrated CSR Plan and aligned with the commitments set forth in the Project Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP) and the Livelihood Restoration Plan (LRP) approved by the Lenders Group, unless a revision or update of these documents are mandated.

Performance of Tasks:

The CIP/LRP Officer shall be based full-time onsite performing the tasks at the project areas located in the Nenskra and Nakra Valleys.

The CIP/LRP Officer has direct reporting responsibility to the CSR Manager (Supervisor) and the E&S Team Leader.

The CIP/LRP Officer is responsible for reviewing the CIP and LRP documents, and updating such documents according to the project development progress and changes. The initial CIP and LRP documents were prepared after the “community needs assessment” was carried out by a third-party consultant in 2015 (CIP) and when the Supplementary E&S Studies were finalized in 2017 (LALRP).

In December 2019, the LALRP Implementation Progress Report was prepared and submitted to the Lenders describing accomplishments and status of land acquisition and livelihood restoration programs. In February 2020, an LALRP Addendum 1 covering additional areas not defined in 2017 was drafted, and submitted to the Lenders for review. The livelihood programs are defined and described in detail in these documents – 2017 LALRP, 2019 LALRP Implementation Progress Report, and the 2020 LALRP Addendum 1. Additional LALRP addendum documents will be developed throughout the project development cycle.

The CIP program was committed in the 2017 ESMP, however due to changing site conditions (i.e. mudflow event in July 2018 in Nenskra Valley) the community needs shifted its focus into rehabilitation of damaged roads and bridges, and river bank reinforcement (infrastructure rehabilitation). Consequently, the community demanded for lease of equipment from the company to perform small infrastructure improvement and rehabilitation, which was addressed through the “Mechanization Project” of the company. With the company`s genuine desire to support the local communities formalize ownership of the land properties under private land registration, the company invested into performing land survey and registration assistance to government authorities through the “Land Survey and Registration Project”. Furthermore, due to increasing anticipation of the local communities of local employment opportunities when the EPC contractor is officially appointed, the company partially took over the obligation by the Contractor to perform “Vocational Skills Training Program”. A number of local community members participated in the theoretical and practical training on heavy equipment machineries operation.

Several CIP programs had been developed by the company, among them are (see ANNEX for more details):

1. Safe Environment – infrastructure and living conditions improvement:

** Local roads improvement and construction of bridges in Nenskra Valley
** Rehabilitation of spring well infrastructure in Nenskra and Nakra Valleys
** River bed cleaning and bank protection in Nenskra and Nakra Rivers
** Rehabilitation of LILE cultural center and sports gymnasium in Nenskra Valley
** Medical facilities improvement in Nenskra Valley
** Small infrastructure improvements through the “Mechanization Project” in Nenskra Valley

2. Employment – upskilling and training for future employment opportunities:

** Skills mapping in Nenskra Valley
** Vocational skills training in Nenskra and Nakra Valleys
** Youth internship pilot engagement in Nenskra Valley
** English learning courses in Nenskra and Nakra Valleys
** Computer learning courses in Nenskra and Nakra Valleys

3. Socio-Economic Development:

** Tourism development and guesthouses inventory in Nenskra and Nakra Valleys
** Promotion of cultural heritage and local practices in Nenskra and Nakra Valleys
** Land survey and registration program to support local business establishment in Nenskra Valley
** Support to social enterprises registration in Nenskra Valley
** Cultural heritage and archaeology awareness training to local workers in Nenskra Valley.

The CIP/LRP Officer is tasked to review all of these programs and assess the status of implementation, and reach, and prepare regularly two separate reports: CIP implementation progress report, and LRP implementation progress report. Detailed tasks and responsibilities are described in this Job Description.

The CIP/LRP Officer is also expected to collaborate with the members of the project implementation teams or individuals to perform the tasks required of the role:

** Chief officers
** E&S team leader
** Deputy E&S team leader
** CSR manager
** Compliance / SHEC-MS manager
** Compliance / ESIA officer
** Compliance / SHEC-MS administrator
** Social manager
** Grievance / community relations / stakeholder engagement officer
** Community liaison officers
** Land acquisition officer
** Health and safety manager
** Public relations officer
** Communications officer
** Technical team and Employer`s representative
** Consultants and other stakeholders.

Responsibilities and Specific Tasks:

Tasks upon mobilization:

The CIP/LRP Officer works with the CSR Manager, Grievance/Community Relations/Stakeholder Engagement Officer, Community Liaison Officers, Social Manager and Land Acquisition Officer to gather up-to-date information on status of the CIP, CSR, and LRP social development programs implementation platforms, since the beginning of the project development.
As soon as the project information status is collected, the CIP/LRP Officer prepares status reports for CIP and LRP implementation progress, separately. The appropriateness of the program to local conditions, and key performance indicators of the CIP will be reviewed against the ESMP commitments of 2017, and comments will be provided on whether the key targets and performance indicators had been achieved.

In coordination with the CSR Manager, the CIP/LRP Officer works to identify the gaps in regard CIP and LRP implementation, and recommendations will be determined for the improvement of monitoring system of these social programs. Key monitoring parameters shall emphasize whether the commitments under the Livelihood Restoration Plan had been achieved, and whether the Community Investment Program is effective. If not, the recommendations for improvement of the program shall be reflected in an action plan, in collaboration with the CSR Manager, for presentation to the Project Executive Management Committee for approval.

The following documents should be reviewed upon mobilization:

  • Supplementary E&S studies, particularly:

– Volume 3, Social impact assessment
– Volume 7, Stakeholder engagement plan
– Volume 8, Environmental and social management plan
– Volume 9, Land acquisition and livelihood restoration plan
– Volume 10, Cumulative impact assessment

  • Community investment programs, project profile and status reports
  • Livelihood restoration programs, targeted to the project affected households/peoples.

Additionally, the following tasks will be fulfilled during the first month of employment.

  • For the CIP and LRP activities, generate timeline for implementation, and budgetary requirements, including definition of monitoring metrics, for each of the specific social/community development programs under CIP and LRP, respectively, to be submitted to the CSR Manager, E&S Team Leader and Deputy E&S Team Leader for review, and approval by the project executive management committee members.
  • For each program under CIP and LRP, respectively, develop the exit and closure plan and document steps undertaken to achieve project closure.


Daily tasks:

The following tasks are to be fulfilled daily:

  • Create a diary of community meetings held every day, with community members, PAH/PAP, by gender and by age group distribution; including internal meetings that were organized, and held.
  • Activities will be documented in the daily timesheet record, format prescribed by the HR team of JSCNH.
  • List all community requests, demands, or resolution to these requests as they arise.
  • Review whether such community demands are aligned with the Integrated CSR plan approved by the company for the respective implementation year or month.


Weekly Tasks:

  • Based on issues or community demands arising from day-to-day performance of the tasks, provide recommendations or elevate information requiring decision from the Chief officers at the beginning of the week, every Monday and/or during the Weekly Project Executive Management meetings.
  • Participate in the Weekly Project SHEC Meetings and present CIP/LRP related issues.
  • Provide inputs into the Weekly SHEC monitoring report to Lenders.
  • Summarize community requests that fall under CIP/LRP activities, and those that are additionally requested outside of the commitments of CIP/LRP activities.
  • Present plan to either defer the request of the community, or endorse the request for review by the CSR Manager, E&S Team Leader, Deputy E&S Team Leader, and Project Executive Management Committee.


Bi-Monthly Tasks:

  • Participate in the bi-monthly site progress meeting with the EPC Contractor.
  • Identify and raise any community demands, related to CIP/LRP requests or issues if any.
  • Based on the community requests received weekly, identify projects which are to be deferred and those projects for review by the CSR Manager, the E&S Team Leader, and the Deputy Team Leader.
  • Develop action plans to address such community development demands as required, for approval by the Project Executive Management Committee, after discussion and confirmation by the CSR Manager, E&S Team Leader, and Deputy Team Leader.


Monthly tasks:

The CIP/LRP Officer shall carry out the following monthly routine monitoring tasks:

  • Prepare/update the monthly social development reports, covering consolidated inputs on CIP and LRP accomplishments for reporting period.
  • Monitor and document metrics on CIP and LRP activities in two separate documents, including:

– Projects implemented for the month
– Total number of beneficiaries reached
– Profile of beneficiaries reached – gender distribution, age group, vulnerable groups, project affected households and/or peoples
– Projects closed for the month – with project completion data sheet
– Other monitoring metrics required by the Lenders consortium

  • Seek approval of the reporting format from the Lenders Team
  • The monitoring metrics should be prepared in two separate reports for CIP and LRP respectively.


Ad-hoc tasks:

  • Participate in monitoring missions with the Lenders Team and Lenders E&S monitoring, or any other internal and external monitoring activities
  • Participate in meetings with other hydropower developers to establish benchmark of social programs adopted by similar development
  • Using social skills, undertake community consultation to determine suitable CIP programs
  • In identifying suitable CIP programs, the CIP/LRP Officer should also have the ability to prepare business plans, and identify potential technical partners in creating social benefit sharing (e.g. social enterprises, greenhouse development, etc)
  • Undertake review of the socio-economic profile of the local communities to achieve suitable market for social programs to be implemented in the project affected communities, and neighboring community members within Nenskra and Nakra Valleys.
  • Work with the Public Relations and Communications Team to publish accomplishments on CIP and LRP activities of Nenskra Hydropower Projects (i.e. newsletters, annual reports, media release, TV interviews, etc.)



The following are the reporting deliverables of the CIP/LRP Officer:

  • Weekly update on meetings held with stakeholders in relation to the implementation of the CIP and LRP activities.
  • Monthly accomplishment reports on CIP and LRP commitments, in two separate reports respectively. Monitoring metrics should be explicitly defined and described.
  • Six-monthly reporting on CIP, and LRP commitments, analyzing trends on total reach and project beneficiaries, including follow up actions for the next six months.
  • Annual report highlighting CIP and LRP accomplishments for the year, that may be published in media outlets, and reported in the Annual project accomplishment report.
  • The reports are to be submitted to the CSR Manager, the E&S Team Leader, Deputy E&S Team Leader for consolidation into the project monitoring report to Lenders, copying in the Project Executive Management Committee.

Annex: Key Themes or Focus Areas of Social Development Projects under the Integrated CSR of Nenskra Hydropower Project.


Three Main Directions:

  • Creating safe and improved living conditions [Safe Environment]
  • Developing opportunities for employment through education and skills training [Employment]
  • Contributing to socio-economic development while protecting local practices and cultural heritage [Socio-Economic Development].


Key Focus Areas:

Safe Environment:

  • Infrastructure improvement
  • Public health and medical facilities improvement
  • Water supply improvement
  • Educational awareness on community safety and environmental protection.


  • Skills training and skills matching
  • Youth internship and on-the-job training
  • Master classes and training for women.

Socio-Economic Development:

  • Livelihood restoration activities targeted to Project Affected Households (PAHs)
  • Agriculture and forest products management
  • Tourism development
  • Cultural heritage and archaeology awareness information campaigns.



  • Bachelor`s degree in Social Sciences or related field
  • Computer skills are required (Experience with office management software MS office, PP, etc.)
  • Language requirements: both Georgian and English knowledge (Excellent written and verbal communication skills)
  • 5+ years experience in relevant field, administering, operating, problem solving, trouble shooting, documentation skills, organizational and managing skills.


Other Requirements:

  • Master`s degree in Social Sciences or related field is desirable
  • Strong organization skills with a problem-solving attitude
  • Attention to detail and values teamwork and collaboration in an international working environment

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