SuSanA - Forum Kunena Site Syndication Tue, 25 Apr 2017 00:41:17 +0000 Kunena 1.6 SuSanA - Forum en-gb WASH Consortium Director - DRC - by: franckconcern You will report to the Country Director. We would like you to start on 1st June 2017.

Your purpose: You will ensure the effective implementation of the DRC WASH Consortium, a 5-year £30 million GBP rural WASH programme led by Concern Worldwide and funded by DFID in DRC. The Consortium comprises the following agencies: Action Contre le Faim (ACF); Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development (ACTED); Catholic Relief Services (CRS); Concern Worldwide (as lead agency); and Solidarités International.

Key responsibilities include:
• Ensuring the development and implementation of a common vision and strategy for the Consortium;
• Providing overall representation of the Consortium and coordination between member partners;
• Liaison with donors and other external actors, including government and UN agencies implementing WASH in DRC;
• Management of the Consortium Coordination Unit in Kinshasa established to coordinate the programme and manage the Consortium grant and sub-grants on behalf of the lead agency.

You will be responsible for:
Under the direct line management of the Country Director of the Consortium Lead Agency (Concern Worldwide), and with the support and buy-in of the Governance Board of the DRC WASH Consortium, you will ensure that all elements of the DRC WASH Consortium coordinate effectively to implement a common strategy and deliver the commitments of the consortium in an efficient, effective and economical manner.

Strategic Planning: develop, update and ensure the implementation of a shared vision and strategy for the Consortium in the DRC WASH sector, and identify possible growth/development opportunities for the Consortium in the future.
• Develop an in-depth understanding of the DRC WASH sector in order to position the DRC WASH Consortium to deliver added value to the sector.
• Update the common vision and identify opportunities for increasing the impact of the consortium approach, influencing other sector actors based on evidence, and identifying funding sources to fund the strategy.
• Ensure that the programme is designed and implemented according to the approved programme proposal and in accordance with the requirements of DFID.
• Ensure coordination, monitoring, review, evaluation and sharing lessons learnt from the activities of consortium members to support the achievement of outcomes and impact.
• Lead a networking and relationships strategy to ensure effective representation and communication of Consortium initiatives to relevant stakeholders to support coordinated approaches in the sector, partnership development, and programme implementation.

Consortium Coordination Unit Management: manage a coordination team to support effective programme delivery by the member agencies, ensure grant compliance, and promote communications, learning and advocacy in the sector
The Consortium Director manages all staff employed to this Unit, including short-term consultants. This is done through ensuring the following:
• Management, supervision and support of the Consortium Coordination Unit (composed of staff for programme quality; finance and compliance; and communications, learning and advocacy) to ensure the team fulfils its responsibilities.
• Coordination between members through quarterly governance board meetings, technical working groups for programmes and system-finance, bilateral discussions and quarterly reporting to ensure efficient programme management and effective internal communication.
• Reporting and making presentations to the Lead Agency and the Governance Board on Consortium activities and on opportunities to increase the added value of the Consortium approach.
• Supervise and support the Deputy Director for Programme Quality for development of proposals, activity plans, reports, M+E data and other relevant Consortium Programme documents for consortium members that meet the requirements of external funding agencies funding the Consortium Programme.
• Supervise and support the Compliance Manager to ensure effective financial management and donor compliance across the Consortium members.
• Supervise and support the Communication, Learning and Advocacy Coordinator for ensuring effective communication and information sharing between the members of the consortium and with other relevant actors and stakeholders in the DRC according to the advocacy and communications strategy of the consortium.
• Attendance at appropriate coordination fora, representing the consortium at such meetings and reporting back to the relevant consortium groups on the outcomes of such meetings.
• Conduct regular programme visits to ensure the Consortium Members have a thorough understanding of all aspects of the programmes to ensure accurate representation of the DRC WASH Consortium.

Program Quality and Coordination: ensure programme delivery according to current best practice for rural WASH in DRC
Supervise and support the Deputy Director for Programme Quality to support the coordination of programme quality and monitoring and evaluation by:
• Coordinating programme quality across the different agencies of the Consortium,
• Ensuring the Consortium implements approaches which represent current best practice for WASH in DRC.
• Organise and facilitate meetings with Consortium members on progress, learning from consortium programming and innovations, analysing challenges and developing solutions
• Coordinating monitoring, evaluation and research in order to assess the results of implementation.
• Guiding learning and strategic development by revising approaches based on results.
• Contributing to sector influencing by spreading improved approaches

Finance and Donor Compliance: manage the financial and compliance risks for Concern Worldwide as lead agency
• Be responsible for overall financial oversight of the consortium budget and expenditure.
The Consortium Director will supervise and support the Compliance Manager (in collaboration with other relevant finance and compliance staff of Concern Worldwide) to ensure the following responsibilities:
• Ensure that compliance to donor agreements are adhered to within the Consortium Coordination Unit and Consortium members
• Ensure development and implementation of expenditure plans and ensure that programmes are implemented within agreed and approved budgets through undertaking regular budget monitoring of expenditure against budget.
• Ensure that internal and donor financial reports are submitted in a timely manner and up to high quality standard.
• Support the Lead Agency in conducting internal and external audits of the Consortium Programme.
• Ensure implementation of recommendations from due diligence assessments and continuous monitoring to ensure controls and risk mitigation measures are in place.
• Ensure efficient and reliable procurement of goods and services in a transparent and accountable manner, ensuring value for money for the organisation and justifiable use of donor funds.
• Ensuring compliance with relevant legal frameworks in all contractual, financial, labour and taxation matters.

Communications, Learning and Advocacy: ensure learning, the dissemination of knowledge, and influence on the DRC WASH sector
Supervise and support the Communications, Learning and Advocacy Coordinator to develop and operationalize:
• Internal communications and knowledge management tools;
• Effective coordination approaches with government partners and other stakeholders;
• Strategy for external advocacy and influencing the WASH sector;
• Tools for WASH knowledge management and learning at community level.

Training and Capacity building : develop the coordination team’s potential
• Supervise and support the CCU team for identification of training and development needs of staff recruited to support the consortium.
• Supervise and support the CCU team for planning and where appropriate the provision of interventions to meet the identified training needs.

Undertake other appropriate duties requested by the Lead Agency or Consortium Board in his/her absence.

Your skills and experience will include:
• Appropriate qualification at Master’s degree level, such as public management, development administration or a relevant social science. A background in WASH programming is a distinct advantage.
• Proven experience (at least 5 years) in senior programme management and leadership positions working with INGO’s, NGOs, CBOs, para-statal organisations and other civil society groups and the private sector.
• Experience of working with major international donors, particularly DFID.
• Excellent written and spoken English and French language skills.
• Strong analytical, interpersonal, communication and organisation skills.
• Strong coordination skills specifically with the ability to effectively coordinate among consortium members.
• Ability to build and maintain effective relationships with senior representatives of donor, INGO and Government structures and to represent the consortium at national and international level fora
• Thorough understanding of gender and protection issues.
• Strong experience of financial management and donor compliance issues.
• Experience in the design and use of monitoring and evaluation systems.
• Experience of working in or managing a consortium model of working.
• Knowledge the key tools used by donor agencies, such as logical frame works, results chains, theories of change, results-based management and financial administration systems

• An understanding of the DRC context and experience of working in different countries within the Central African region would be an advantage.
• An understanding of accountability as applied within humanitarian and development programming.
• An understanding of programme participant protection policies and international standards and how to apply these across a range of international actors.

All applications should be submitted through our website at by closing date. CV’s should be no more than 4 pages in length.

All candidates who are short-listed for a first round interview will be notified via email after the application deadline.]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Fri, 21 Apr 2017 12:58:00 +0000
Re: Field Data Collection Intern; 4S project, CDD; Bangalore India - by: SchmidtTUD
last week I saw your post here for the above mentioned intern position and I sent you and Mr. Chandragiri an email but unfortunately I never got a reply. Would you be so kind as to tell me whether this position is still vacant and if yes what the application procedure is?
Thank you and have a nice day.

Anja Schmidt]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Wed, 05 Apr 2017 07:25:14 +0000
Field Data Collection Intern; 4S project, CDD; Bangalore India - by: Marius Duty station: Bangalore, India
Duration: 4 to 6 months
Start date: As soon as possible
Project: Small-Scale Sanitation Scaling-Up (4S)

We are looking for an intern to join our data collection field team in Bangalore for 4 months with possibility of extension of a few months.

Please find attached job description letter and project factsheet.

Please contact Rohit Chandragiri at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and Marius Klinger at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Mon, 27 Mar 2017 10:06:11 +0000
Consultant m/f in our Water & Sanitation Department (Hamburg, Germany) - by: TMatthiesen Duty Station: Hamburg, Germany
Job Code: WS-DEU17GFA0089SS
Duration: 2 year contract with the option to be extended
Deadline for application: 10th of March 2017
Company website:

Company Description

GFA Consulting Group is one of the leading German consulting companies within the framework of international development cooperation. Our core business is providing consulting services as well as managing projects financed through bilateral and multilateral funds. Since 1982, GFA has been active in more than 130 countries. Over the years, the company has continuously expanded the scope of its work, which currently includes eleven strategic business areas. In the Water & Sanitation Department we focus on consultancy services related to development projects aiming at pro-poor water and sanitation access, capacity development and training for utility management.
For our head office in Hamburg/Germany, we are currently looking for an open-minded and versatile Consultant (m/f) to join our Water & Sanitation Department, who will contribute towards achieving the company’s objectives.

Job description
The W&S consultant will be responsible for project management, acquisition and strategic business development in water & sanitation with a particular focus on the fields of pro-poor water and sanitation access, capacity development and training for utility management, funds management for W&S investments.
The duty station will be Hamburg, with frequent travel to developing countries (e.g. to Sub-Saharan Africa, the Balkans, Eastern Europe and Asia). Key responsibilities will include:
  • Leading the acquisition process of new projects, including elaboration and coordination of technical and financial proposals;
  • Establishing and maintaining regular professional contacts and networking with clients, partners and sector experts;
  • Responsible management of projects and studies (backstopping), on-site and Hamburg-based;
  • Conducting technical short-term consultancy missions, including participation in feasibility and project preparatory studies;
  • Writing of reports, concepts and presentations as well as contributing to knowledge and quality management, including GFA publications;
  • Representation of GFA in conferences and seminars;
  • Supporting on-the-job-training of our Young Professionals.

Qualifications and requirements
  • University degree (Master) in a relevant area (e.g. hydraulic engineering, environmental engineering, economics);
  • At least 5 years of relevant experience in the context of the water supply and sanitation sector, water sector reform, capacity development of water sector stakeholders, preferably related to development cooperation;
  • Full proficiency in written and spoken German, French and English, (working knowledge of Portuguese is an additional asset);
  • Familiarity with the German (GIZ, KfW) and European ODA sector (e.g. EuropeAid, EBRD, EIB) and a well-founded understanding of the strategies and programs of the relevant donor agencies will be an asset;
  • Strong writing, communication and presentation skills;
  • Advanced proficiency in standard MS Office applications;
  • Willingness to frequently travel abroad;
  • Ability to manage complex situations with a sense of pragmatism;
  • Intercultural competence.

GFA offers a future-oriented work place in a multicultural environment with a strong focus on values and the joint aim to provide the best possible solutions for our clients and partners in the developing world.
Interested candidates should send their complete application (cover letter, CV, work references / certificates) stating their earliest date of availability and desired salary by email to:

Ms. Theda Matthiesen
GFA Consulting Group GmbH
Recruitment Department
Jobs, consultancies, internships Tue, 28 Feb 2017 12:02:43 +0000
Re: Project Assistant SuSanA Secretariat Germany - Deadline for response: Feb 28, 2017 - by: muench ). As this is a relatively junior level position, it would not be worth the effort to get a work permit for someone who is from outside of the EU.

Edit on 22 Feb 2017: I've checked this with Stefan (BORDA) and Arno (SEI) and they confirmed that what I had written above is correct.]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Tue, 21 Feb 2017 13:13:22 +0000
Re: Project Assistant SuSanA Secretariat Germany - Deadline for response: Feb 28, 2017 - by: Mwesige
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Jobs, consultancies, internships Tue, 21 Feb 2017 11:54:14 +0000
In German: Fachpromotor/in in der entwicklungspolitischen Inlandsarbeit "Umwelt, Klima, Wasser" (Bremen) - by: sreuter
BORDA e. V. (Bremen Overseas Research & Development Association) ist eine deutsche Nichtregierungsorganisation mit Sitz in Bremen und Regionalbüros in Jordanien, Indien, Indonesien, Mexiko und Tansania. Mit einem Netzwerk von lokalen Partnerorganisationen arbeiten wir in 25 Ländern weltweit, mit dem Ziel, Armut zu verringern und die Lebensbedingungen der Menschen zu verbessern. Durch die Entwicklung, Umsetzung und Verbreitung dezentraler nachhaltiger Technologien und sozialer Begleitmaßnahmen in den Bereichen Wasser, Abwasser, Energie und Abfall trägt BORDA seit fast 40 Jahren dazu bei, dass Menschen weltweit Zugang zu grundlegenden Diensten der Daseinsvorsorge haben.

Die Weltgesellschaft steht vor einer großen Herausforderung: Der menschengemachte Klimawandel ist bereits heute in vielen Regionen der Welt zu spüren. Wenn es nicht gelingt, die Erderwärmung zu begrenzen und den CO2-Ausstoss zu stoppen, sind viele Landstriche – vor allem im globalen Süden – akut bedroht.
Doch nicht nur der Klimawandel ist ein zentrales Thema für alle Länder – egal ob Süd, Nord, West oder Ost –, auch die Versorgung mit sauberem Trinkwasser sowie die Versorgung mit einer hygienischen sanitären Grundversorgung sind globale Herausforderungen, die in den UN-Nachhaltigkeitszielen und der Agenda 2030 adressiert werden. BORDA engagiert sich in diesem Kontext national und international auf vielfältige Weise.

BORDA e.V. ist Trägerverein der entwicklungspolitischen Inlandsarbeit im Rahmen des Eine-Welt-Promotor*innen-Programms „Bremen entwickeln für Eine Welt“.

Dafür suchen wir eine*n Fachpromotor*in mit dem Schwerpunkt „Umwelt, Klima, Wasser“.

Ihre Aufgaben

Aufbereitung und handlungsorientierte Vermittlung der Themen:
  • Klimawissenschaft und Klimapolitik
  • Energie- und Ressourcenverbrauch
  • Globale Wasserversorgung und Wasserentsorgung
  • Darstellung diesbezüglich relevanter nationaler und internationaler Prozesse

Methodenreiche Adressierung bestehender und neuer Zielgruppen:
  • Motivation zum politischen Engagement
  • Sichtbarmachung der Folgen von Klimawandel und Wasserknappheit, indem Betroffene eine Stimme und ein Gesicht in der gesellschaftlichen Debatte bekommen
  • Beratung und Vermittlung von Wissen, um erfolgreich Dialoge mit politischen und wirtschaftlichen Akteuren zu führen, Strukturen zu transformieren und so Akteur*in des Wandels zu sein
  • Vernetzung von Initiativen, Wirtschaft, Politik und Institutionen im Rahmen Projekten und Kampagnen

Ihr Profil

  • Abgeschlossenes einschlägiges wissenschaftliches Hochschulstudium oder gleichwertige Fähigkeiten und Erfahrungen
  • Fundierte Kenntnisse in der Informations- und Bildungsarbeit in mindestens einem der Schwerpunktbereiche Umwelt, Klima, Wasser
  • Ausgewiesene Kenntnisse in der Medienarbeit, insbesondere im Bereich Online-Medien und Social Media
  • Erfahrungen in der Konzept- und Strategieentwicklung für Projekte
  • Hohe soziale Kompetenz, Flexibilität und Teamfähigkeit
  • Sehr gute koordinierende, organisatorische und kommunikative Kompetenzen
  • Sehr gute Englisch-Kenntnisse
  • Gute PC-Anwenderkenntnisse in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

Wir bieten

  • Eine vielfältige, verantwortungsvolle und zukunftsorientierte Aufgabenstellung mit breiten Gestaltungsmöglichkeiten in einem teamorientierten Arbeitsumfeld
  • Eine Vollzeitstelle in Bremen, die zunächst bis 31. Dezember 2019 angelegt ist
  • Eine Eingruppierung analog der Entgeltgruppe 11 TV-L, bei entsprechender Qualifikation und Erfüllung der personen- und tätigkeitsbezogenen tariflichen Voraussetzungen

Beginn der Tätigkeit ist voraussichtlich 1. April 2017.

Die Vorstellungsgespräche sind für den 9. März 2017 geplant.

Aussagekräftige Bewerbungen sind ausschließlich digital in einer pdf-Datei (max. 5 MB) bis zum 1. März 2017 an: zu mailen.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter:]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Wed, 15 Feb 2017 20:16:55 +0000
Project Assistant SuSanA Secretariat Germany - Deadline for response: Feb 28, 2017 - by: sreuter

BORDA [Bremen Overseas Research & Development Association] was founded in 1977 as a civil society expert organization by urban planners, architects, engineers, industry, social scientists and cultural activists.

Collaborating worldwide with more than 100 organisations, we are committed to making the transition towards liveable and inclusive cities offering disadvantaged urban populations access to essential public services such as energy, sanitation, solid waste management, and water.  
We are active in 20+ countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, Asia and Africa. 

We support holistic approaches on policy formulation, participative urban planning processes and infrastructure development. In this respect, we design and implement innovative system packages together with our partners, foster capacity development at the local, national and international level, and facilitate dialogue between civil society organisations, communities, government entities, the private sector, scientific institutions, and international organisations.

The Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA) was formed in 2007 in order to coordinate efforts for the United Nations International Year of Sanitation in 2008. A vision of sustainable sanitation systems has been laid out through the SuSanA vision document, to which all members of the alliance have agreed to. The Alliance has grown from its initial twenty partner organisations to consist today of over 280 partner organisations and over 7500 individual members, with an extensive open online knowledge platform ( and ) including a comprehensive and intensively used library. The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH sector program “Sustainable Sanitation” is commissioned by the German Federal Ministry on Economic Collaboration and Development and hosting the secretariat function since SuSanA’s beginning in 2007.

SuSanA is a recognised sanitation knowledge and communication resource with its strength being its neutral nature whereby people, from all parts of the world and from a wide range of backgrounds and institutions, can exchange freely without organisational barriers on sanitation-related topics on an online platform and within SuSanA’s working groups and task forces. SuSanA is putting the idea of the SDGs into practice, when it connects actors not only within the sanitation sector, but also systematically creates links with other relevant sectors, like health, education, cities – thereby helping to identify and create synergies, through collaborative projects and a range of activities. Using and improving the tools provided by the SuSanA online platform helps a variety of synergistic programs, categories and activities to improve our knowledge on sustainable sanitation systems and how to put them into practice.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has since 2012 financially contributed to the network and platform via two grants to the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI). These investments have contributed significantly to the growth of the SuSanA Discussion Forum while at the same time improving the quality of services of the SuSanA Platform as a whole, which includes the Forum, library, project database, SuSanA’s wiki-type pages, Wikipedia, and SuSanA’s Working Groups. SuSanA houses large amounts of material from its partners and also the majority of knowledge products from the Gates Foundation WSH portfolio.

The project

The Stockholm Environment Institute is the main grantee of a 3-year project funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation entitled ‘Supporting sustainable sanitation through knowledge management and collaborative action within SuSanA’. The project focuses on continued development and establishment of the SuSanA Platform relating to sector participation, curated knowledge management content and organizational sustainability, with the overall objective to improve the effectiveness of the SuSanA Platform as a knowledge management resource that promotes increased collaboration, peer-exchange and information-sharing within the WSH sector, and to support the long-term sustainability of the Platform.

The project is designed to build on SuSanA’s intrinsic features:

a) Collaborative action within an alliance of those committed to sustainable sanitation
b) Effective knowledge management practices which makes information more accessible
c) Peer-to-peer learning through experience sharing
d) Effective incorporation of key international organizations working in the WSH sector.

The project aims to increase the active engagement of members with the SuSanA Platform by delivering a range of outputs, leading to three main outcomes.

Outcome 1: Improved use of SuSanA Platform by identified target groups, through a clear communications plan and platform improvements.

Outcome 2: Demonstrable improvements in the impact that the use of the SuSanA Platform has on members’ work in sanitation.

Outcome 3: Strengthened governance and institutional sustainability of SuSanA as reflected in an operational plan that includes a plan for funding the budget needed to assure the future of SuSanA

Field of activity

The main task area is to support the SuSanA Secretariat in the further development and maintenance of the online platform as well as the inputs from partner organisations and WGs. This includes assisting the work surrounding the interface between the grant of the Foundation and the SuSanA secretariat.

The position includes, in particular, the following tasks:

- Moderation of posts on the SuSanA discussion Forum
- Support further development of the SuSanA thematic discussion series format
- Assist WG leads in activating WG members to more effectively use the SuSanA platform and coordinate inputs from WG members
- Assist WG members with the production of joint articles in the SuSanA WG Wiki and gardening of the SuSanA WG Wiki
- Assist partner organisations to share knowledge via the SuSanA partner profiles (uploads to library, insert projects into project database, insert events into the event calendar etc.)
- Assist with integration of existing project websites into the SuSanA platform and the integration of SuSanA feeds into external websites
- Support the implementation of modifications to the SuSanA platform derived from the User Experience Study and Marketing Study
- Editing Wikipedia articles on relevant topics
- Monitor and report on SuSanA’s usage with web analytics
- Support the yearly monitoring of KPIs (key performance indicators) and reporting to the Secretariat
- Assist partner organizations in setting up webinars anchored in the SuSanA platform
- Assist in the work surrounding the interface between the grant of the foundation and the SuSanA secretariat and SuSanA Core Group

Desired Profile

- University degree in a relevant subject (e.g. environmental science, social science, business management, environmental engineering, geography or related subjects)
- Knowledge/expertise in sustainable sanitation (at least 2 years’ experience following university)
- Knowledge and passion about SuSanA desirable
- Work experience in a developing country would be an advantage
- Experience in knowledge and network management
- Sound knowledge of standard Office applications such as Word and Excel
- Experience with digital discussion forum content management
- Good overview and grasp of web-based media platforms, help desks, forums, etc.
- Social competence and ability to work in a team
- Excellent communication skills (written and oral)
- Fluency in English
- Proficiency in German, Spanish or French desirable

Duration of contract: March 2017 to October 2019. (optional 4 or 5 working days per week). There is also some level of flexibility in terms of working from home and the office. The contract is subject to a 2-year contract extension by the funder in September 2017.

Location: The position is Eschborn-based in the Frankfurt area. Several four or five days stays in Bremen will be required.

Contractor: BORDA (Bremen Overseas Research & Development Association)

Please send your CV and motivational letter by latest Feb 28, 2017 to:

Christiane Junkert
Head HR
Am Deich 45
D-28199 Bremen
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Jobs, consultancies, internships Wed, 15 Feb 2017 19:59:23 +0000
WASH jobs and consultancies (47) (week of 14/2/17) - by: JoshuaNewton Interim Program Officer (WASH) – Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (Seattle, WA, USA): Until filled

2) WASH and Consortium Advisor – Croix-Rouge Française (Lebanon): 28 February

3) South Sudan nationals: WASH Specialist – UNICEF (South Sudan): 21 February

4) WASH Program Manager – Solidarités International (South Sudan): Until filled

5) Emergency and Preparedness Response (EPR) WASH Program Manager – Solidarités International (South Sudan): Until filled

6) WASH Sector Advisor – World Vision (South Sudan): 22 February

7) Call for resumes: USAID Haiti WASH Technical and Managerial Positions – DAI (Haiti): 17 February

8 Research Fellow in Urban Sanitation Managing Complex Decision Making – University of Leeds (Leeds, UK): 10 March

9) Water and Sanitation Engineer – UN-DPKO (Somalia): 24 February

10) WASH Field Team Leader – Hand in Hand for Syria (Syria): 15 February

11) WASH MEAL Officer – Hand in Hand for Syria (Syria): 15 February

12) WASH Programme Manager – The Stone Family Foundation (London): 26 February

13) Operations Specialist (WASH-FIN) – Tetra Tech (Arlington, VA, USA): Until filled

14) Various Positions, Integrating Agriculture, Nutrition and Water and Sanitation Project – Tetra Tech (Zambia): Until filled

15) Chief of Party (Nigeria Water and Sanitation) – Tetra Tech (Nigeria): Until filled

16) Project Director (Ethiopia Rapid Response Nutrition and WASH Project) – IRC (Ethiopia): Until filled

17) French speakers: Chief of Party (Haiti WASH Project) – Tetra Tech (Haiti): Until filled

18) Syria nationals: WASH Officer – UNICEF (Syria): 26 February

19) Shelter/WASH Project Development Manager (PDM) - NRC (Gaza): 18 February

20) Kenya Research and Policy Lead – WSUP (Nairobi): 24 February

21) Programme Engineer – WSUP (Zambia): 24 February

22) French speakers: Responsable de Projet WASH cholera – ACTED (Haiti): Until filled

23) Field Support Team (WASH Cluster Coordinator) – Solidarités International (France): Until filled

24) Call for resumes/French speakers: USAID Haiti WASH Technical and Managerial Positions – DAI (Haiti): 17 February

25) New job description: Regional Advocacy Officer (East Africa) – (Nairobi): Until filled

26) New job description: Programs Manager – (Kenya): Until filled

27) Iraq nationals: WASH Project Officer – Danish Refugee Council (Iraq): 19 February

28) Impact Coordinator – Splash (Seattle, WA, USA): Until filled

29) Chief WASH – UNICEF (Zambia): 15 February

30) WASH Adviser (Humanitarian Surge Team) – Save the Children (Various): 19 February

31) WASH Coordinator (Humanitarian Surge Team) – Save the Children (Various): 19 February

32) French speakers: Un Coordinateur d'Urgence WASH – ACF (Paris): Until filled

33) French speakers: Un Coordinateur WASH – ACF (Cameroon): Until filled

34) Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Advisor – CNFA (Uganda): Until filled

35) Programme Manager (Engineering, WASH) – Concern (Liberia): 21 February

36) Rural Piped Water Supply Expert – UNICEF (Ethiopia): 17 February

37) Consultancy (Toolkit Development Consultant - WASH) – UNICEF (New York): 16 February

38) Technical Support in Coordination of Humanitarian WASH In Zimbabwe And The Joint Cholera Initiative In Southern Africa (JCISA) – UNICEF (Zimbabwe): 22 February

39) Consultant/e National/e - Étude de définition de la stratégie de la mobilisation des ressources nationales en vue du financement du secteur Eau, assainissement et hygiène (EAH) – UNICEF (Ivory Coast): 21 February

40) External Consultancy (WASH) – Première Urgence Internationale (Iraq): 21 February

41) FST Information Manager (Global WASH Cluster) – IMPACT Initiatives (Geneva): 19 February

42) French speakers: Responsable de programme "Système de maintenance des points d'eau" – Inter Aide (Sierra Leone): 28 February

43) French speakers: Responsable de programme "Hygiène, Assainissement et accès à l'Eau potable" – Inter Aide (Haiti): 28 February

44) WASH Coordinator – ACF (Afghanistan): Until filled

45) French speakers: Responsable de projet WASH – ACTED (DRC): Until filled

46) Spanish speakers: Field Coordinators (2 positions based in Latin America) – One Drop (Mexico and Colombia): 23 February

47) Consultancy for external evaluation WASH projects – Inter Aide (Various): 20 February

For a complete list of active water-related jobs, please visit Josh's Water Jobs]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Tue, 14 Feb 2017 15:53:30 +0000
Post-doctorate fellowship available about faecal sludge drying, at the Pollution Research Group, University of KwaZulu-Natal (Durban, South Africa) - by: SeptienS A post-doctorate fellowship is required for the project. The details of the position are described in the attached advertisement.
Don't hesitate to contact for further information.]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Tue, 07 Feb 2017 09:40:10 +0000
Re: Looking for a contact for training in safe management of sanitation in Latin America - by: dweatherill
My name is David Weatherill and I work for the Centre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology (CAWST) as the International Technical Advisor for Central America.
In addition to those contacts mentioned by Elizabeth we would also be interested to support you.

CAWST provides Training and Consulting services throughout Latin America, we have a local training partner in Honduras that covers Central America and my colleague Eva Manzano covers South America and is currently active in Bolvia,Peru and Colombia amongst other countries.

You can check some of the sanitation resources we have on this site.

I'd be delighted to discuss about safe management of sanitation in Latin America and your training needs.

My email contact is This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Looking forward to hearing from you,
Jobs, consultancies, internships Fri, 03 Feb 2017 13:35:17 +0000
Re: Looking for a contact for training in safe management of sanitation in Latin America - by: muench (you can find them post on this Forum, just look here:

But perhaps you have already found someone?

Please tell us more what you are doing in Latin America. Sadly, we don't hear very much about Latin America on this Forum!
(interestingly, Carol has just posted something about Brazil and the English-Portuguese language barrier here:

Jobs, consultancies, internships Wed, 01 Feb 2017 10:24:56 +0000
Employment Opportunities in Tamil Nadu - by: DavidAlan
These are senior positions and both individuals will be part of the Sanitation First India management team and play a vital role in bringing a much needed sanitation solution to the slums of Puducherry and Chennai.

Reporting to the Indian Country Director and working within and between both Puducherry and Chennai, we are looking for a dynamic Commercial Manager to drive our eco-compost sales forward in and around Cuddalore District (to begin with), as well as a data driven Finance Manager to manage our accounts and lead the coordination of data collected as part of our M&E processes.

Should you be interested in either role, as a first step please send an email with your CV to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and we will send a job description.]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Thu, 26 Jan 2017 14:29:13 +0000
Re: Internship with Cairn Foundation - Cairn Centre of Excellence (CCOE) at Jodhpur, India - by: isabelleohlson
Is this internship still on offer?


Jobs, consultancies, internships Wed, 18 Jan 2017 15:00:49 +0000
WASH jobs and consultancies (33) (week of 10/1/17) - by: JoshuaNewton Jobs:

1) WASH Manager – Medair (South Sudan): Until filled

2) Jordan nationals: Field Monitoring Coordinator – UNICEF (Jordan): 17 January

3) Jordan nationals: Field Monitoring Supervisor – UNICEF (Jordan): 17 January

4) Lebanon nationals: WASH Officer (Public Health) – UNICEF (Lebanon): 19 January

5) WASH Program Manager – Solidarités International (Bangladesh): Until filled

6) National WASH & Infrastructure Coordinator – Danish Refugee Council (Somalia): 27 January

7) WASH Coordinator – International Medical Corps (Yemen): Until filled

8 Innovation Project Specialist (WSEC) – UNICEF (Copenhagen): 23 January

9) WASH Programmes Coordinator – Human Appeal International (Iraq): 14 January

10) Program Manager (Sector Strengthening) – WaterAid Australia (Cambodia): 25 January

11) WASH Officer – The Water Trust (Uganda): 20 January

12) Humanitarian/WASH Officer – Oxfam America (Dakar): 31 January

13) Policy & Advocacy Program Coordinator – WaterAid America (Washington DC): 20 January

14) French speakers: Chef de projet WASH – Croix-Rouge Française (Haiti): 12 January

15) WASH Project Manager – Première Urgence Internationale (Ukraine): 31 January

16) WASH Mobile Implementation Officer – Médecins Sans Frontières (Various): 17 January

17) WASH Program Manager – Solidarités International (Turkey): Until filled

18) French speakers: Coordinateur Urgences/WASH – Solidarités International (CAR): Until filled

19) French speakers: Expert Humanitaire en WASH-Public Health – Oxfam Intermón (Various): 1 February 2017

20) WASH Technical Coordinator – ACTED (Yemen): Until filled

21) French speakers: Un(e) Responsable Technique WASH – Première Urgence Internationale (Cameroon): Until filled

22) Emergency WASH delegate - Croix-Rouge Française (Iraq): 31 January 2017

23) WASH and Shelter Programme Manager – Solidarités International (Lebanon): Until filled

24) WASH Activity Manager – Solidarités International (Myanmar): Until filled

25) French speakers: Chef de secteur Développement rural (EHA / Agriculture) – Inter Aide (France): 31 January 2017

26) Senior Consultant (WASH) – Oxford Policy Management (New Delhi): 27 January 2017

27) French speakers: Un Coordinateur Eau, Assainissement et Hygiène (H/F) – ACF (CAR): Until filled

28) French speakers: Coordinateur technique Infrastructure WASH – ACTED (Haiti): Until filled

29) Mid-Level Program Specialist in WASH – ME&A (Washington DC): 15 January 2017

30) Mozambique nationals: WASH Officer – UNICEF (Mozambique): 15 January 2017


31) Spanish speakers: Especialista en Agua y Saneamiento – UNOPS (Home-based): 12 January

32) DRC nationals: Consultant WASH (développement communautaire, suivi et supervision des activités dans les provinces intégrant le PNEVA) – UNICEF (DRC): 12 January

33) Congo nationals: Specialiste WASH – UNICEF (Congo): 16 January

For a complete list of all active water- and WASH-related jobs, please visit Josh's Water Jobs]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Tue, 10 Jan 2017 16:09:46 +0000