Closing date: 06 Nov 2016
Career categories: Program/Project Management
Organization: Action Contre la Faim France
Theme: Water Sanitation Hygiene
Job years of experience: 3-5 years
We are looking for: A WASH PROGRAM MANAGER – CHOLERA RESPONSE
Country: YEMEN – Hodeidah
Length of contract: 3 months, starting as soon as possible
Context: Yemen is one of the three emergency L3 in the world. The needs in the country are vey high and the context is very challenging. The mission is buidling up its emergency reponse capacity and the staffs are really motivated to do more and to do it better. It gives a real sense to humanitarian aid and this is very motivating!
Under the supervision of the Field Coordinator, you’ll have to implement emergency WASH programming in response to cholera outbreak in Hodeidah Governorate
More precisely, you will be in charge to:
Coordinate and oversee the implementation of the WASH cholera response
Set up, implement the response with local stakeholders
Contribute the quality of monitoring, evaluation, accountability, learning ,impact measurement process an capitalization
Supervise and manage the team
You hold a Degree in WASH related studies (water and environmental sanitation, public health, geology…). You have significant experiences in implementation of WASH program with the involvement of local communities in emergency context.
Work experience in remote management.
Capacity to cope with limited social aspects of living because of security situation
You speak and write English fluently, Arabic speaking skills are an asset.
Salaried - Gross monthly salary ranging from €1600 to €1975
Food and hygiene expenses, per diem, transportation costs, collective accommodation and medical insurance
25 days of annual paid leaves and 20 days of rest and recuperation (R&R) per year
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply, please visit our website: http://recrutement.actioncontrelafaim.org/positions/view/2270/A-WASH-Pro...
Source: Relief Web
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