The Agreement of 21 March 2008 reached between Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots under the auspices of the United Nations (UN), paved the way for the establishment of the Technical Committee on Cultural Heritage (TCCH), dedicated to the identification, promotion and protection of the rich and diverse cultural heritage of Cyprus. The TCCH is composed of an equal number of Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot experts. The TCCH works to provide a mutually acceptable mechanism for the implementation of practical measures for the proper preservation, physical protection and restoration (including research, study and survey) of the immovable cultural heritage of Cyprus. The TCCH is operating under the UN auspices and its work is an important tool for building confidence between the Turkish Cypriots and the Greek Cypriots.
The TCCH is supported in its work by an Advisory Board (AB), which was established in 2009 and is composed of archaeologists, architects, art historians and town planners from both communities.
This position is funded by the main donor for the TCCH projects which is the European Union (EU).
Duties and Responsibilities
The Cultural Heritage Consultant will be working under the guidance of UNDP, under the overall supervision of the UNDP Senior Programme Manager and the direct supervision of the UNDP Project Manager. The Cultural Heritage Consultant’s main duties can be organized under four distinct categories:
1. Preliminary Assessments of cultural heritage sites:
2. Conservation Designs Review:
3. Site supervising functions:
4. Other tasks:
The Cultural Heritage Consultant will be working at the UNDP Office most of the time and will follow the core hours of the Office. Use of the office technical equipment will be possible, however, the consultant shall ensure her/his own technical equipment in any case.
Outputs pertaining to the tasks under each assignment are defined and will be submitted at the times of completion to UNDP for records. Deliverables can be listed as follows:
Conservation Designs Review:
Engineer and or Engineer Representative:
Other than the specific and technical competencies required in order to perform the duties described above, the following personal and general competencies will be needed:
Required Skills and Experience
Evaluation / Selection Process:
All applicants will be screened against qualifications and the competencies set above. Candidates fully meeting the requirements will be further evaluated based on the criteria below.
Technical Criteria (CV review, written test and interview) – 70 % of total evaluation– max. 70 points:
CV review: 20 points
Only candidates who obtained at least 14 points from the CV desk review will be eligible to be invited for a written test and interview.
Written test: 20 points
Written test duration will be maximum one and half hour. The test will focus on subjects related to this term of reference.
Interview: 30 points
Only those individual consultants who obtained at least 70% of points from the written test and interview (35 out of 50) will be considered for the financial proposal evaluation.
Financial Criteria – 30 % of total evaluation – max. 30 points.
• Financial scores will be calculated using the formula [lowest offer / financial offer of the candidate x 30].
UNDP applies the “Best value for money approach” – the final selection will be based on the combination of the applicants’ qualification and financial proposal.
Monthly payment is based on number of days worked, upon submission of the monthly time-sheet and certification by the UNDP
|Country:||-- United States|
|Closing date:||June 9, 2019|