The WASH Program Manager (WASH PM) will lead the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene promotion program, providing overall technical and management oversight to the sector and guiding environment conservation efforts within the Darfur state including refugee camps, settlements and villages. The incumbent is responsible for the planning, implementation, budget management and monitoring of WASH activities in their respective area. The WASH PM shall be based at the CIS field office in Darfur and will be in charge of supervising the field and technical teams. He/she also guarantees the highest standards of technical and program quality. S/he will be responsible for coordination with other CIS offices and coordination with Government, UN and sister agencies at field office level. The position reports to the Country Coordinator WASH and Public Health based in Nyala.
- Staff supervision
- Program management
- Budget management
- Capacity building and security
- Basic degree/masters in Engineering
- Minimum of three (3) years with International NGOs (INGOs) specialized in Humanitarian assistance
- Previous experience in program management of a WASH project in conflict / post-conflict contexts, preferably with experience in supporting emergency response
- Knowledge in humanitarian standards and codes, including SPHERE
- Experience in managing OFDA, ECHO and UN funded programs
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