SuSanA - Forum Kunena Site Syndication http://forum.susana.org/ Mon, 02 May 2016 12:34:35 +0000 Kunena 1.6 http://forum.susana.org/components/com_kunena/template/default/images/icons/rss.png SuSanA - Forum http://forum.susana.org/ en-gb Call for applications: Financing for the poorest: desk based review - by: Petra http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17835-call-for-applications-financing-for-the-poorest-desk-based-review#17835 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17835-call-for-applications-financing-for-the-poorest-desk-based-review#17835
The CLTS Knowledge Hub is seeking a researcher to conduct a desk-based review into evidence and information pertaining to financing options for the poorest. Implementation of CLTS and other water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) programmes tend to fall short of reaching the poorest and most vulnerable and marginalised people within communities, who are often unable to get on let alone climb the sanitation ladder without some form of assistance. Amonst other things, we want to know
• How successful have CLTS and WASH programmes been in reaching the poorest communities and the poorest within communities they target? Are there examples of success? Has there been movement up the sanitation ladder in some of these groups? If there is an assumption of a trickle-down effect within programmes, is this actually happening and how?
• What schemes are currently available within CLTS and WASH programmes for helping the poorest get onto, remain on and move up the sanitation ladder (both financial and non-financial)?
• How successful are the schemes? Are the latrines constructed sustainable, or are they lower quality, or collapse more, leading to reversion to OD and social stigmatisation?
• How can financial mechanisms to help the poorest into CLTS and WASH programmes be integrated in a balanced way to avoid undermining community initiative, behaviour change, fraudulent reporting and short-term incentives?

Please see the attached call for applications for details and circulate this to suitable candidates who may be interested.

Many good wishes,
Petra]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Wed, 27 Apr 2016 11:44:38 +0000
Business and Marketing Specialist, Ethiopia - by: mgoodwinkucinsky http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17820-business-and-marketing-specialist-ethiopia#17820 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17820-business-and-marketing-specialist-ethiopia#17820
As part of the senior management team for the project, the Business & Marketing Specialist will work under the direction of the COP and be responsible for managing private sector marketing activities to create new markets for WASH products. S/he will be responsible for overseeing activities with local manufacturers and providers of WASH services and products, as well as Health Extension Workers.

We're looking for a seasoned business and marketing specialist (10+ years of related experience), with a proven track record of designing and managing business strategies and private sector development programs. Specifically, the candidate should have experience conducting market assessments, leading product launches, commercialization strategies, behavior change, microcredit, enterprise development, and managing sales operations.

The job description is attached, and it is also linked here: www.ideorg.org/GetInvolved/PDF/TRANSFORM...et%20Specialist.pdf. We would like to identify a candidate by May 13--preferably sooner.]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Tue, 26 Apr 2016 14:59:36 +0000
Chief of Party and Marketing Specialist for WASH, Ethiopia - by: kengelly http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17804-chief-of-party-and-marketing-specialist-for-wash-ethiopia#17804 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17804-chief-of-party-and-marketing-specialist-for-wash-ethiopia#17804
PSI is seeking candidates for the positions of Chief of Party as well as Marketing Specialist for the anticipated $24 million USAID-funded TRANSFORM WASH project in Ethiopia. The project will have a strong focus on catalytic change and transformative impact, and will encompass a set of innovative and strategic interventions targeting actions at different scales, with an overall goal of reducing under-five mortality, through increased use of WASH products and services. Ethiopian nationality/experience strongly preferred.

Market(ing) Specialist
The Marketing Specialist must be a seasoned business and/or marketing professional (10+ years related experience) with proven track record of designing and managing strategies to include product launches, cost-recovery, developing go-to-market strategies, channel development and, supervising sales operations. Experience in running franchised business units will be a plus. This position will be based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and will report to the Chief of Party. The full announcement is available here: www.psi.org/careers/open-positions/?p=job%2Foiq02fwu


Chief of Party
The Chief of Party (COP) should have significant leadership, management and international development experience (15+ years); a demonstrated track record in successfully managing government relations; a commitment to capacity building; a strong interest in private sector approaches to development; and experience successfully implementing market-based approaches. This position will be based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and will report to the Country Director. The full announcement is available here: www.psi.org/careers/open-positions/?p=job%2Fo8Sm2fw8


Applications are accepted through the website at the links above -- please let me know if you have any questions! This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Mon, 25 Apr 2016 15:51:55 +0000
Team Leader - Support to Ganga Rejuvenation, India - by: lenaschwoe http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17665-team-leader-support-to-ganga-rejuvenation-india#17665 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17665-team-leader-support-to-ganga-rejuvenation-india#17665
In case you are interested in the Team Leader position please send your CV to Mrs Lena Schwoerer (schwoerer@gfa-group.de, 040 - 60306227) until 20.04.2016

Further information can be found at www.gfa-group.de

Project Description:
The project “Support to Ganga Rejuvenation” aims at strengthening capacities for the implementation of integrated Ganga river basin management at central and state level.

This project focuses on the entire Ganga river basin in India. Measures at the regional level will be concentrated in the state of Uttarakhand. Partners are the central government, states ad-ministrations and selected municipalities.

The measure follows a multi-sector approach at the national level that considers all major factors affecting river basin management: urban and industrial wastewater; river water for irrigation, hydroelectric power generation, solid waste pollution, shore degradation.

The working areas have been defined as follows:
Working area 1: Advisory services and strategic support at central level
Working area 2: Strategic support for implementation in the state of Uttarakhand

The consulting agency will support the project with a focus on working area 2. Contributions of the Consulting Firm are requested in the following fields:
1. Capacity Development
2. River Basin Management and integrated planning
3. Industrial wastewater treatment
4. Domestic wastewater treatment


Qualifications:
• University degree in Engineering, Environmental Management/ Natural Resource Protection or related subject
• At least 15 years of relevant experience in the water and/ or environment sector including institutional development and project management
• Technical background/ experiences in municipal and industrial wastewater management, preferably also in river basin management and water resource protection
• Experiences in Organizational Development and the GIZ Capacity Development approach
• He/she should be familiar with GIZ's capacity WORKS management model.
• High technical and advisory competences, strong in intercultural communication and sensitive in interacting with cooperation partners
• Ability to lead a team or organizations (including managing a budget)
• Ability to develop a strategic plan and related initiatives, as well as performance measures to assess outcomes;
• Proven ability to facilitate high level meetings and stakeholder processes, and work as part of a team
• Minimum 5 years working experience in a developing country, preferably in South Asia/ India
• Excellent English language skills
• German language skills would be desirable.

Duration:
30 months (June 2016 - December 2018)]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Fri, 08 Apr 2016 10:21:01 +0000
WASH Program Manager - World Toilet Organization - by: WTO http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17565-wash-program-manager-world-toilet-organization#17565 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17565-wash-program-manager-world-toilet-organization#17565
View the full position description on our website here: http://worldtoilet.org/get-involved/job-volunteering/

To apply submit a cover letter addressing the requirements, your experience and skills, along with your CV to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with the subject line: WASH Program Manager]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Mon, 28 Mar 2016 05:03:30 +0000
Would you like to be the Project Lead for Behaviour Change Project in Schools? - by: Min http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17561-would-you-like-to-be-the-project-lead-for-behaviour-change-project-in-schools#17561 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17561-would-you-like-to-be-the-project-lead-for-behaviour-change-project-in-schools#17561 Project
Behavior change project for schools – bring about behavior change for better sanitation, hygiene and MHM practices in over 5,000 schools in different states and create awareness about water and soil conservation and wellbeing in select schools

For further details visit: www.earthandus.org/opportunities/

Role
  • Work in an interdisciplinary team and support the core team in developing project deliverables at various levels
  • Ability to work independently and take responsibility
  • Ability to learn new things and implement them
  • Liaise with clients and stakeholders to further relationships for effective implementation
  • Lead the implementation work by carrying out the various activities and guiding the team members in their work
  • Design social models and behaviour change solutions. Build platform for innovation and networks understanding the organizational strength, team capabilities and client needs
  • Envision the organization’s core philosophy and value into context-based outputs
  • Travel to intervention locations and coordinate with field partners on logistics and operations
  • Experience: a minimum of 3 years of project work
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Jobs, consultancies, internships Sun, 27 Mar 2016 12:51:37 +0000
Team Leader - Improving Water Supply and Sanitation Services in Low Income Urban Areas, Tanzania - by: lenaschwoe http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17504-team-leader-improving-water-supply-and-sanitation-services-in-low-income-urban-areas-tanzania#17504 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17504-team-leader-improving-water-supply-and-sanitation-services-in-low-income-urban-areas-tanzania#17504
In case you are qualified and interested in the Team Leader position please send your CV to Mrs Lena Schwoerer (schwoerer@gfa-group.de, 040 - 60306227) until 06.04.2016

Further information can be found at www.gfa-group.de

Job Description:
The Consultant’s Team Leader (TL) will be posted at the Ministry in charge of water to mainly provide technical support to the Director of the Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Department (DUWS) in ensuring that the objectives of the project regarding water supply and sanitation in low- income areas will be prominently addressed on the national level.


Qualifications:
- University degree in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering or Business Administration
- min. 10 years of experience in the field of expertise
- min. 5 years of working experience in development projects
- relevant working experience as Team Leader
- relevant working experience in Sub-Sahara Africa
- international working experience in the water supply & sanitation sector in the following areas:
institutional / policy development; up-scaling of water supply; pro-poor approach to water supply & sanitation; urban low income areas; water utility management; decentralized sanitation
- working experience within governmental institutional environments will be an asset
- Conversant with GIZ’s development philosophy and processes, including Capacity WORKS
- very good language skills in English, knowledge of German and Kiswahili would be an asset.

Duration:
30 months (June 2016 - December 2018)

Duty Station:
Dar es Salaam]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Tue, 22 Mar 2016 13:14:07 +0000
Team Leader - Improving water supply & sanitation in Tanzania (GIZ) - by: Viajero http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17385-team-leader-improving-water-supply-a-sanitation-in-tanzania-giz#17385 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17385-team-leader-improving-water-supply-a-sanitation-in-tanzania-giz#17385 Job Title

International Team Leader for GIZ project in Tanzania: “Improving water supply and sanitation services in under-privileged, low income urban areas in Tanzania”

Job Description

Manage team of consultants and set up work processes and procedures, organise and distribute the work among the team members and supervise the national experts. Support and technical assistance to the Ministry department in charge of Water, and other partner organisations through the GIZ SDWSP team. Coordinate with other stakeholders, liaise closely with the GIZ SDWSP manager in charge and ensure full integration into and harmonisation of the consultancy with the overall GIZ TC Programme. Regular Reporting

Technical lead and input in decentralised sanitation, concept development and development of instruments / for on-site / decentralised sanitation services, Quality assurance and technical guidance during preparation, planning, implementation and evaluation of demonstration projects; Technical lead in document the lessons / results of the demonstration projects and knowledge management

Starting date approx. July 2016, input approx.. 27 months within 30 months planned duration

Location: Tanzania – mainly Dar es Salaam with regular visits in Shinyanga, Dodoma and Korogwe



Job Requirements

Education: M.Sc or B.Sc Water and sanitation engineer, business administration and or environmental engineer by training.

Skills

At least 10 years of experience in the field of expertise
At least 5 years working experience in development projects, preferably in Sub-Sahara Africa
working experience within governmental institutional environments will be an asset
Very good management, communication and writing skills
Conversant with GIZ’s development philosophy and processes, including Capacity WORKS
Good intercultural and social competencies, sensible with regards to the prevailing situation in the country
very good language skills in English,
knowledge of German and Kiswahili would be an asset



About Dorsch Gruppe

For more than sixty years, the companies of the Dorsch Gruppe have been respected consulting and engineering partners for industrial clients, private investors, and public institutions. With employees and activities in over 40 countries currently the Dorsch Gruppe is one of Germany's largest independent planning and consulting companies. Thus the companies of the Dorsch Gruppe are able to plan and competently oversee projects in all stages, both in Germany as well as abroad.

In addition to the involvement in a large variety of investment projects, the Dorsch Group maintains its unique market position with a significant presence in development cooperation. Our employees produce future-oriented and sustainable high quality solutions and are accustomed to working with clients from across the globe.



If you are interested

Interested applicants with the above qualifications are invited to send their application to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

We do apologize, that due to the number of applications, we can only respond to candidates who meet the required criteria and provide us with a detailed CV plus supporting documents.]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Fri, 11 Mar 2016 20:27:13 +0000
Team Leader - Transforming Rural Livelihoods in Western Zambia - by: lenaschwoe http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17357-team-leader-transforming-rural-livelihoods-in-western-zambia#17357 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17357-team-leader-transforming-rural-livelihoods-in-western-zambia#17357
In case you are qualified (see the attached Job Description) and interested in the Team Leader position please send your CV to Mrs Lena Schwoerer (schwoerer@gfa-group.de, 040 - 60306227) until 17.03.2016

Further information can be found at www.gfa-group.de]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Tue, 08 Mar 2016 15:26:23 +0000
Results for Development Institute is seeking a WASH Officer to be based in Malawi - by: eendres http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17350-results-for-development-institute-is-seeking-a-wash-officer-to-be-based-in-malawi#17350 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17350-results-for-development-institute-is-seeking-a-wash-officer-to-be-based-in-malawi#17350
R4D is recruiting for a WASH Officer for a potential integrated health project in Malawi. The purpose of the project will be to support Government of Malawi (GoM) efforts to improve the health of Malawians through improved access to priority health services; improved quality of priority health services; strengthened district health systems; and increased community demand for priority services. The WASH Technical Officer will be based in Malawi.

Please see the file attached for a full job description.

If interested, please send your CV and short cover letter to the email addresses provided in the attached by Friday, March 11th.]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Mon, 07 Mar 2016 18:48:57 +0000
DRC WASH Consortium seeks Communications, Learning and Advocacy Coordinator, based in Kinshasa - by: stephenjones http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17318-drc-wash-consortium-seeks-communications-learning-and-advocacy-coordinator-based-in-kinshasa#17318 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17318-drc-wash-consortium-seeks-communications-learning-and-advocacy-coordinator-based-in-kinshasa#17318 The DRC WASH Consortium, led by Concern Worldwide, seeks a Communications, Learning and Advocacy Coordinator, based in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Communications, Learning and Advocacy Coordinator is a key strategic position within the Consortium Coordination Unit (CCU) which coordinates between the 5 INGOs of the Consortium and the external WASH sector.

This is an exciting time to join the DRC WASH Consortium, a £24m rural WASH programme of 5 INGOs funded from 2013-2018 by DFID. In addition to directly developing rural WASH services for over 500,000 people, the Consortium has a strong focus on influencing the wider WASH sector and promoting sector learning. The Consortium’s communication, learning and advocacy activities include: organising biannual WASH sector learning events which now attract up to 100 participants each time; leading advocacy by NGOs on the new Water Law; starting to formalise a learning partnership with the national rural WASH programme; developing tools and guides for Consortium members which have been widely shared with the WASH sector; and beginning to develop learning initiatives and networks at provincial level. The Communications, Learning and Advocacy Coordinator therefore develops and operationalizes: internal communications, knowledge management and learning tools; effective communications and coordination approaches with government partners and other stakeholders; and a strategy for external advocacy and influencing the WASH sector.

Full details are below. Note that this is an accompanied position based in Kinshasa. Applications should be made via the Concern Worldwide website by 23 March 2016: jobs.concern.net/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000002554

Job Purpose:
To ensure the dissemination, appropriation and use of knowledge and learning by the three key target groups of the DRC WASH Consortium: the staff members and partners of the Consortium; the DRC and international WASH sector; and the communities and their members who are participating in the Consortium programme.

The DRC WASH Consortium is a £24m rural WASH programme led by Concern Worldwide, with ACTED, ACF, CRS and Solidarités International as members, and funded from 2013-2018 by the UK government through DFID. In addition to developing WASH services in rural areas (for over 500,000 people in 500 communities) the Consortium has a strong focus on influencing the wider WASH sector and promoting sector learning. The Consortium’s communication, learning and advocacy activities include: organising biannual WASH sector learning events which now attract up to 100 participants each time; leading advocacy by NGOs on the new Water Law; starting to formalise a learning partnership with the national rural WASH programme; developing tools and guides for Consortium members which have been widely shared with the WASH sector; beginning to develop learning initiatives at provincial level and developing advocacy and communications materials for internal and external audiences.

The Communications, Learning and Advocacy Coordinator is therefore a key strategic position within the Consortium Coordination Unit (CCU) of the DRC WASH Consortium, which coordinates between the 5 INGOs of the Consortium and the external WASH sector. The Communications, Learning and Advocacy Coordinator develops and operationalizes: internal communications, knowledge management and learning tools; effective communications and coordination approaches with government partners and other stakeholders; and a strategy for external advocacy and influencing the WASH sector. The role also contributes to developing tools for WASH knowledge management and learning at community level.

Key duties and responsibilities
Internal communication and knowledge management for Consortium members
• Ensure the use of an effective information and knowledge management system which enables timely and clear communication on Consortium issues and developments within the WASH sector both internally and externally.
• Provide support and training on communication, knowledge management, learning and advocacy to Consortium member agency focal points.
• Ensure that an information resource centre is available within the Consortium Coordination Unit for Consortium and WASH related issues.
• Ensure that the database and mapping activities are updated and communicated to relevant stakeholders.
• Ensure adherence to the branding and visibility strategy of the Consortium in all communications, learning and advocacy initiatives by Consortium member agencies.

Coordination with government partners and other stakeholders
• Together with the Consortium Director, act as a focal point for the Consortium for external stakeholders in relation to coordination, policy and advocacy issues and for general communication and information sharing.
• Ensure the development and implementation of an effective strategy for Consortium member agencies on how to interact with local and provincial authorities for coordination and implementation.
• Ensure the coherence among member agencies when they communicate externally on Consortium-related activities, principles and values.
• Support and coordinate the establishment of an effective reporting and knowledge management system between the member agencies and collaborating partners in order to ensure good knowledge sharing and learning between the Consortium and Governmental authorities.
• Produce programme-related information for external dissemination such as fact sheets, leaflets and power point presentations.
• Promote the Consortium as a knowledge exchange and learning platform for DRC WASH stakeholders, including management of the Consortium website and leading on biannual external sector learning events for up to 100 people to promote sector debate, knowledge-sharing and learning.

External communications, advocacy and influencing the WASH sector
• Lead in the development and implementation of an advocacy and influencing strategy for the DRC WASH Consortium at national and international level and support the members in adapting advocacy actions at provincial and field level.
• Develop appropriate partnerships for the implementation of the advocacy and influencing strategy and explore common advocacy initiatives with main external WASH stakeholders.
• Coordinate specific advocacy and influencing initiatives based on the Consortium’s research and learning in line with the advocacy and influencing strategy e.g. workshops, press conferences, radio debates, and other events.
• Develop communications products designed to disseminate learning and profile the achievements of the Consortium.
• Develop specific products as necessary for the implementation of the advocacy and influencing strategy e.g. development of briefing papers on key WASH issues (in conjunction with the Deputy Director); production of documentaries. Provide support and training to Consortium member agency focal points on advocacy and influencing approaches.
• Proactively monitor developments at national, regional and international levels in relation to legal, political, policy and practice developments that impact on the objectives of Consortium programme.

External communication, knowledge-sharing and learning for communities
• In coordination with the Deputy Director and other staff as required, support the development of knowledge management tools and approaches for community levels (e.g. catalogue of Small Important Doable Actions / “Petites Actions Faisables Importantes”, WASH expertise directory; catalogue of WASH services; inter-village visits etc).


PERSON SPECIFICATION

ESSENTIAL
• Masters in Communication, Development, or a related field
• Experience in planning and delivering communication, learning, advocacy and knowledge management on development and/or humanitarian issues.
• Fluency in French and English
• Proven leadership in coordination of multi-stakeholder projects, including the ability to collaborate effectively with all stakeholders, internally and externally, across different locations
• Strong capacity of networking and high level representation (political and institutional)
• Ability to develop influencing strategies
• Excellent analytical skills and the ability to communicate complicated issues
• Excellent writing and presentation skills
• Proven ability to work independently
• Excellent interpersonal and team-working skills, flexibility, and reliability
• Excellent time management skills and the ability to work under pressure
• Willingness to travel to programme locations as required

DESIRABLE
• Knowledge, experience and expertise on WASH issues or community mobilisation.
• Strong understanding of the context of the DRC and debates relating to development and humanitarian relief and the roles of NGOs, governments and international institutions.
• Experience of producing accessible communications and advocacy materials for a range of audiences.
• Experience managing consultants.]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Fri, 04 Mar 2016 14:11:44 +0000
Internship @Sandec, Switzerland: recruiting an intern in the research group on excreta and wastewater management - by: Moritz http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17260-internship-sandec-switzerland-recruiting-an-intern-in-the-research-group-on-excreta-and-wastewater-management#17260 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17260-internship-sandec-switzerland-recruiting-an-intern-in-the-research-group-on-excreta-and-wastewater-management#17260
Sandec is currently recruiting an intern in the research group on excreta and wastewater management. Key qualificiation is being passionate about faecal sludge management!!!

apply.refline.ch/673277/0419/pub/1/index.html

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Cheers,
Moritz]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Mon, 29 Feb 2016 17:23:42 +0000
Team Leader - Institutional Development - Decentralised Sanitation & Pro-Poor Water Supply, Tanzania - by: lenaschwoe http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17162-team-leader-institutional-development-decentralised-sanitation-a-pro-poor-water-supply-tanzania#17162 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17162-team-leader-institutional-development-decentralised-sanitation-a-pro-poor-water-supply-tanzania#17162 Technical Assistance to the Implementation of Pro-Poor Water Supply and Decentralized Sanitation Services in Urban Tanzania" financed by GIZ.

In case you are qualified (see attached Project & Job description) and interested in the Team Leader position please send your CV to Mrs Lena Schwoerer (schwoerer@gfa-group.de, 040 - 60306227) until 13.03.2016

Further information can be found at www.gfa-group.de/]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Tue, 23 Feb 2016 13:58:08 +0000
Seeking consultant Action Research - Rural Sanitation results in a subsidy-driven environment in Togo and Burkina Faso - by: AytorN http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17072-seeking-consultant-action-research-rural-sanitation-results-in-a-subsidy-driven-environment-in-togo-and-burkina-faso#17072 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17072-seeking-consultant-action-research-rural-sanitation-results-in-a-subsidy-driven-environment-in-togo-and-burkina-faso#17072
Please find attached Terms of Reference.

Consultants who meet requirements are invited to submit expressions of interest on or before March 06th 2016 to aytor.naranjo@plan-uk.org]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Thu, 18 Feb 2016 09:50:26 +0000
PhD-Position in productive wastewater and waste management at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences - by: Vinneras http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17021-phd-position-in-productive-wastewater-and-waste-management-at-the-swedish-university-of-agricultural-sciences#17021 http://forum.susana.org/forum/categories/20-jobs-consultancies-internships/17021-phd-position-in-productive-wastewater-and-waste-management-at-the-swedish-university-of-agricultural-sciences#17021 www.slu.se/en/education/postgraduate-stu.../read-more/?Uid=1051]]> Jobs, consultancies, internships Tue, 16 Feb 2016 13:14:40 +0000