DEVELOPMENT NEW RANGER POSTS AND UPGRADING THE FACILITIES

The Zoological Society of London is an international wildlife conservation organization with a focus on science-based and pragmatic solutions. ZSL has been active in Indonesia for about 10 years, with a particular focus on the overlap between industrial development and biodiversity conservation. ZSL’s Indonesia is based in Bogor, West Java, with existing field projects in Jambi and South Sumatera.We are now looking for:

DEVELOPMENT NEW RANGER POSTS AND UPGRADING THE FACILITIES

Backgrounds
In the Safeguarding Indonesia’s Priority Tiger Conservation Landscapes Project, there is a focus on infrastructural investments. In the project design, infrastructure and livelihood development has been prioritized in three main ways (Conservation-based Investments, Livelihood-based Investments and Field Equipment). Under infrastructure development there is a Conservation-based investment which is be proposed as a stand-alone activity to support the law enforcement intervention and development of protected area management. An assessment of the state of current ranger posts (defined as stations in the field) and National Park facilities will be made at project inception, with a view to building new ranger posts and/or upgrading the current facilities (essential equipment and infrastructure). Thus, the exact location and design of these posts will be determined through consultations with the National Park to formulate the project law enforcement strategy, to ensure strong ownership and therefore sustainability.

I. Position Information

Title : Post Ranger Uprgrade Construction Vendor
Department/Unit : Tiger Conservation
Reports to : Tiger Conservation Project Manager
Duty Station : Jambi
Duration of Assignment : January – June 2018 (approximately 120 work days) in 4 target areas.

II. Scope of work

a. To build three Ranger Posts located in Simpang Bungur Resort – Sungai Rambut in Air Hitam
Dalam
b. To build three camp site foundations (for tents) located in Simpang Bungur Resort – Sungai
Rambut – Air Hitam Dalam
c. To build construction of post ranger hallway dock at Simpang Bungur Resort – Sungai Rambut
d. To build a toilet facility in Simpang Malaka Resort Ranger Post, Air Hitam Laut.

III. Deliverables/Final Products Expected
a. Ranger Post located in Simpang Bungur Resort – Sungai Rambut – Air Hitam Dalam is upgraded
with proper tent foundation and a dock
b. Ranger Post in Simpang Malaka Resort – Air Hitam Laut is upgraded with proper Toilet-
facilities

VI. Deliverables
a. Ranger Post located in Simpang Bungur Resort – Sungai Rambut – Air Hitam Dalam is upgraded
with proper tent foundation and a dock.
b. Ranger Post in Simpang Malaka Resort – Air Hitam Laut is upgraded with proper Toilet-
facilities.

V. Duration of Assignment
To development new ranger posts and upgrading the facilities will be undertaken from January – June 2018 (approximately 120 work days) in 4 target areas.

VI. Required Vendor and Qualifications
a. Provide recommendation of National Park Agencies in Jambi Province
b. Based in Jambi Province
c. Experience in construction building in remote areas
d. Provide schematics and building plans for all aforementioned construstions
e. Able to provide 1-year warranty after the buildings area constructed
f. Signed DoU (Declaration of Use) and complete due diligence

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The Zoological Society of London is
an international wildlife conservation organization with a focus on
science-based and pragmatic solutions. ZSL has been active in Indonesia for
about 10 years, with a particular focus on the overlap between industrial
development and biodiversity conservation. ZSL’s Indonesia is based in Bogor,
West Java, with existing field projects in Jambi and South
Sumatera.

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