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Role Description:
• The Consultant will develop the concept and content for a Transmission Interconnector Feasibility Study Playbook, which will serve as a guide for ASEAN ministries and utilities to progress future feasibility studies for technically-viable overhead and subsea interconnectors identified through the AIMS III Study. The Feasibility Study Playbook will provide step-by-step guidance on procuring and applying interconnector project pre-feasibility and feasibility studies (including MOUs, sizing, routing, siting, ESG, costing and cost allocation, permitting, pricing, risk analysis, commercial arrangements, and financing).
• In developing the FS Playbook the Consultant will work coordinate and work closely with SPP’s international organizational partners including UNESCAP, Green Grid Initiative, the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE), Asian Development Bank and Energy Transition Project.
• The Consultant will assemble and document leading interconnector project FS practices through a combination of: (i) desk research; (ii) interviews with leading consultancy experts providing FS services in the ASEAN region, especially for the PLN-TNB, Vietnam-Singapore, Borneo-Indonesia-Malaysia-Philippines and Indonesia-Singapore connectors; and (ii) discussions with FS consumers including Utilities, Ministries, and Regulators.
• The Consultant will work with other SPP staff and consultants to prepare the draft FS Playbook and then circulate for review and comment to SPP’s international organizational partners.
• The Consultants will use the results of the FS Playbook to deliver a workshop with potential donors interested in funding FS studies as a means of disseminating leading FS practices to potential FS funder, as part of ACE’s efforts to develop grant or other financing for a pipeline of additional high-priority interconnector feasibility study opportunities.
• The Consultant will co-deliver trainings and capacity building workshops for utilities, regulators, and ministries on the feasibility study process and requirements. The workshops will be held in coordination with potential donors and commercial lenders to build capacity for both borrowers and lenders on key transmission finance issues – such as risk mitigation, ESG, subsea connector financing, capacity cost allocation, dispute resolution, wheeling arrangements, and private finance.

Period of Performance : 05/20/24 – 11/30/24

• Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Economics, Energy, or Energy Studies
• At least 10+ years of experience working as a Transmission Engineer with some experience in public-private sector engagement.
• 5+ years of experience with designing, developing, mobilizing, and executing power transmission feasibility studies and project development.
• Knowledge of the Southeast Asia power transmission and interconnector landscape, including costing, opportunities, challenges, and private sector stakeholders.
• Based in Southeast Asia.

Salary : • According to experience, negotiable

Place of work : Part time 3 days / week, February – May 2024

Qualifications :
• Master’s degree, preferably in a field related to the energy sector such as engineering, environmental sciences, economics, finance, and accounting
• At least 6 years of relevant professional experience, especially coordinating with governments and utilities
• Experience in organizing and facilitating focus group discussion is a plus
• Strong project management and time management skills; highly organized and detail oriented
• Ability to think and problem-solve creatively
• Fluent in English and Thai
• The position is open to Thai nationalities

Duties and Responsibilities :

USAID Southeast Asia Smart Power Program (SPP) is seeking a short-term project management consultant who will support the delivery of Task 1—Utility Modernization including the technical support to Thailand’s Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA) on demand side management (DSM) and utility modernization, and coordinating with regional frameworks and development partners such as The ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) and The Heads of ASEAN Power Utilities/Authorities (HAPUA)on organizing needs-based training for Southeast Asian utilities.

The consultant will be based in Bangkok and will work up to 24 hours a week from February-May 2024. The consultant will report to and support Task 1 lead in the following tasks:
• Manage the cooperation between SPP and government/utility counterparts
• Manage workstreams and deliverables to be delivered by consultants and subcontractors
• Keep track of and ensure sufficient financial and human resources for delivering workstreams and deliverables
• Design, coordinate, organize, and facilitate focus group discussions and in-depth interviews with MEA’s customers
• Design, coordinate, and deliver both in-country and regional capacity building workshops

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  • Allowance
  • social security
  • Insurance Group
  • Life Insurance group
  • Provident Fund
  • Funding and Share
  • Annual Checkup
  • Funeral grants, employee spouses personality of father / mother.
  • Grant marriage
  • The maternity gift
  • Activities for all 2 months
  • Seminars and annual travel
  • Support, training, internal and external.
  • The right to leave practice
  • recreation