World Vision International NGO Senior Humanitarian WASH Advisor Global Jobs
World Vision International NGO Senior Humanitarian WASH Advisor Global Jobs
Purpose of Position: Lead WV Disaster Management thinking and work in promoting and understanding of humanitarian water, sanitation and hygiene promotion (WASH) issues, principles, policy and practice – including integrated WASH programming for fragile, urban and displacement contexts and during outbreaks.
Strengthen humanitarian WASH capacity in WV and partner organizations through training, development and dissemination of resources, and mentoring of field-based staff. Facilitate and lead WASH in Emergency capacity building blended learning program, managing the online ecampus portal activities as well as face to face trainings and mentoring RDMT WASH staff.
Act as focal point in WVI on humanitarian WASH issues for GC Disaster Management, the Partnership WASH team and sector fragile contexts working groups; WASH and innovation donors; UN Agencies including WHO, UNICEF, UNHCR, and WFP and supporting with the coordination bodies for WASH, academic and research institutions, and WASH organizations etc. to position WVI as a credible actor and partner.
Lead thinking on integration of WASH with other sectors for greater outcomes and WASH components of disease outbreak response, NFI and commodity distribution and use of cash.
Humanitarian response and technical support 50%
Provide sector leadership and management of timely and appropriate humanitarian WASH and related activities. This will include the following:
Oversee the inclusion of WASH and disease outbreak questions in assessments to identify a robust WASH package for the response, as a standalone program and/or integrated into child protection in humanitarian action, health and nutrition or livelihoods & food security programs.
Lead the design and implementation of WASH programs and ensure monitoring of frameworks are understood and effective in meeting WASH needs of affected populations.
Strategically engage with donors and other partners in a humanitarian response to ensure that WV is positioned as a viable partner for WASH programs.
Ensure that WASH is integrated in all programming in humanitarian responses by working with Program Officers and other Sector leads.
Lead discussions on Emergency Response Fund (ERF) and Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) process to strengthen financial portfolio supporting WASH in early stages of emergency.
Manage and guide the budgeting processes for WASH during the design and program implementation in close coordination with finance.
As a member of the response operations team, participate in all operations meetings and update the response leadership on issues and key actions related to WASH.
Represent WV at key coordination forums in the field such as within the technical WASH clusters or working groups and/or national, local government and civil society planning meetings.
Ensure that WV’s work and plans are well articulated and included in all reports including 4Ws.
Capacity building and Talent Pool Management 20%
Ensure humanitarian WASH competencies are identified and transferred across the organisation and develop capacity building options to ensure skill transfer, capacity building and the implementation of evidence-based WASH interventions/programs.
Develop blended learning and capacity building curriculum WASH in emergencies, and integration of cash and other modalities including MHPSS.
Validate and manage of the WASH profiles for deployment pool.
Lead the adaption of core WASH project model/ framework for emergencies and fragile contexts.
Working with partnership sector teams to find linkages within the core project models to include appropriate humanitarian WASH interventions and skills.
Develop guidance notes and training materials as appropriate for NO, RO and GC.
Strategy development and Evidence base 15%
Lead the processes of conducting technical analysis, development and implementation of research for best practice humanitarian WASH interventions and applications to humanitarian projects.
Lead high-quality reviews, analyses and reports and/or secondary research on the application of WASH
initiatives and practices in programming.
Networking and partnerships 15%
Represent the organization effectively in key forums (Global and regional working groups, UN and academic forum and other WASH related organizations) and build and maintain these networks.
Oversee humanitarian WASH inputs shared through the WV partnership DM, WASH team and health team and the appropriate WASH -based IG.
With the WASH CoP, engage with FO, RO and SO to share best practices from internal and external groups, during and post responses. Active participation in CoP meetings.
Active participating in WASH business team to represent DM WASH issues.
Being WVI representative on global humanitarian WASH working groups and clusters.
Development of partnerships with organizations and agencies to fund and implement WASH or integrated programs.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
At least 8 years in international humanitarian leadership and involvement in assessment, design, monitoring, evaluation and project management.
Proven capacity to establish water sanitation and hygiene programs in all stages of the emergency.
Proven ability in programme design and management including assessments, reviewing and writing grants, and evaluation.
Proven ability in capacity building including training.
Demonstrated knowledge of the UN humanitarian reform and cluster system, institution of the UN system and policies and guidelines related to humanitarian affairs.
Demonstrated knowledge of current humanitarian discourse and research in the area of humanitarian WASH, including sound knowledge and understanding of how to use and implement the IASC WASH cluster guidelines.
Strong understanding of context and conflict issues in complex humanitarian emergencies.
Demonstrated experience in developing and facilitating training across different cultures and language contexts.
Demonstrated ability to lead rigorous research design, implementation, data analysis and reporting, including knowledge of quantitative (statistical) and qualitative research methodologies/analyses.
Proven track record in humanitarian WASH operations.
Demonstrated knowledge of working cross culturally and working with diversity and ensuring inclusion is part of program work and research.
Demonstrated ability to participate in technical dialogues with relevant stakeholders, including government officials and global WASH networks.
Understanding of donor requirements and completion of humanitarian funding and grants proposals.
Understanding and ability to set up contracts and review tenders.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:
Post graduate qualifications in Civil Engineering , Environmental Engineering, public health engineering and/or international development or related fields.
Detailed knowledge of current approaches to design and construction of small, medium and large scale community water and sanitation facilities in complex humanitarian emergency., with experience in assessing water, sanitation and hygiene promotion/public needs/actions in either a conflict/complex humanitarian emergency.
Knowledge of the theory and practice of hygiene promotion and the relationship between WASH design and disease transmission dynamics including child and maternal mortality. In particular, demographic and major and minor population health morbidity and mortality, the aetiology of diarrhoeal disease, arboviral (VBDs) infections, respiratory infections and WASH’s role in the management of chronic/acute malnutrition and HIV in disease management.
Knowledge of Behaviour Analysis.
Experience in managing diverse teams.
Ability to manage multiple grants.
Professional experience in using community engagement practices for the assessment, design and implementation monitoring and evaluation of water, sanitation and health promotion/hygiene projects/programs.
Demonstrated experience in working closely within a team, collaboration, or group to analyse and implement WASH programs in local community settings.
Demonstrated experience in professional writing on disease modelling, analysis of public health practice or management including sector analysis, problem –identification and problem-solving actions.
Demonstrated experience of working with gender, diversity and inclusion.
Experience preparing advocacy briefs and fundraising for WASH programs.
Completed hostile environment or security training.
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