Location: Nyala, Darfur
Salary: £27,740 - £28,897
Contract: 12 Months
Closing Date: 10th March
CAFOD, on behalf of the ACT and Caritas networks, is seeking a Water & Sanitation Sector Manager for the joint Darfur Emergency Response Operation (DERO).
The sectors covered are Water & Sanitation, Health and Nutrition, School support, Agriculture, Peacebuilding, Protection and Psychosocial support, and Emergency
Preparedness and Response:
The Water and Sanitation Manager shall be responsible for designing/planning, implementing, monitoring, supervising and implementing all ACT/Caritas water, sanitation and hygiene promotion programmes supported by DERO.
The post holder will participate in the management, particularly from a technical perspective, of some international staff and a large team of national staff in several field sites.
Training and capacity building of national staff is a key part of the role, as is liaising with CAFOD’s local sectoral partners.
Financial management and writing skills.
Programme development skills are essential to ensure the programme responds to changing needs.
Excellent skills in programme monitoring and evaluation will be necessary to ensure quality.
Strong PRA skills to ensure community management of water and sanitation facilities are essential.
The post holder will be a strong people manager, able to motivate, coordinate and lead a team of local partner, local staff and international staff to achieve programme objectives.
Proven capacity building skills are essential.
Finally, strong and wide ranging personal qualities such as self motivation, team building and flexibility will be a critical factor for success.
If you are a qualified civil engineer with proven experience implementing high quality water, sanitation and public health programmes in complex emergency situations, and insecure environments, and have the combination of skills listed, CAFOD look, forward to receiving your application.
12 month unaccompanied contract offered.
All applicants MUST fill in an application form - CVs on their own cannot be accepted.