Water

Deadline: Ongoing

Location: Soddo, Ethiopia

World Vision International is seeking to fill the role of WASH Manager.
The mission of World Vision International includes working with the poor and people who are oppressed as it promotes human transformation.
Responsibilities
  • Ensure proper leadership and management of the Soddo cluster coordination office and WASH project with strict adherence to World Vision personnel, financial and other applicable policies, strategies, guidelines, principles and core values
  • Review technical documents and other deliverables to ensure alignment with overall project strategy and donor requirements
  • Liaise with local government officials, local communities, donor representatives and other stakeholders
  • Participate in relevant technical working groups and forums at zonal and regional levels
  • Ensure grant/project expenses are reasonable, allocated as per assigned budget, prudent and spent in accordance with donor rules and regulations
  • Consistently look for more effective and efficient implementation methods and opportunities to increase impact
  • Ensure the implementation of the CIFF-funded WASH project is in compliance with the plan, work schedule, budget and quality
  • Establish and maintain effective project reporting, evaluation, and communication systems
  • Submit timely, accurate and professional reports that meet donor requirements
  • Lead design of the capacity-building and learning opportunities of the WASH staff in order to build their capacity to ensure that the staff members have the competency to plan and implement the project effectively and efficiently
  • Engage in and ensure that appropriate human resource performance monitoring mechanisms with proper coaching and mentoring are practiced
  • Facilitate and handle donors and support office visits and briefings
  • Promote major cross-cutting themes, including environment, gender, protection, disability, peace building and Christian commitment

Requirements

  • Ten years, minimum, of experience in the WASH sector
  • Master’s degree in Hydraulics, Water Resource, Environmental Science, Public Health and a related field
  • Demonstrated experience building private sector capacity to provide WASH products and services (highly desirable)
  • Demonstrated experience in building local government capacity to install, rehabilitate, and maintain water systems

To apply and for more information, click here.

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