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Latest Job Vacancies at WaterAid Nigeria – [5 Positions]

WaterAid is an international organisation whose mission is to transform the lives of the poorest and most marginalised people by improving access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene. Through their partners, they have reached 2 million people with safe water and 3 million people with sanitation last year.

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  • Open Jobs
    1. WASH Specialist – Sanitation
    2. State Programme Lead
    3. WASH Specialist – Water
    4. Programme Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting Officer
    5. Policy & Sector Strengthening Officer
  • Method of Application

WASH Specialist – Sanitation

  • Job TypeFull Time
  • QualificationBA/BSc/HND
  • Experience5 years
  • LocationZamfara
  • Job FieldMedical / Health   NGO/Non-Profit

Grade:  E
Department: Service Delivery & Partnerships Unit, Programmes Directorate
Reports to: State Programme Lead
Contract Type: 1 year fixed term (renewable)
Travel: At least 60% time travel to support partners

Team Description 

  • WaterAid Nigeria has recently completed its 2016-2021 country programme strategy which sets a 5 year building block towards delivering a more influencing led programme over a 15 year horizon.
  • This new country strategy rather than reflect a progression from previous country programme strategies, outlines key shifts in focus required to catalyse change and achieve maximum impact for our work in Nigeria.
  • The recalibration of WaterAid Nigeria’s structure and programming architecture has placed the state as the focus of our work to maximize impact.
  • The Service Delivery & Partnerships Unit sits within WaterAid Nigeria’s Programmes Directorate and delivers policy analysis as well as institutional strengthening, sector capacity and related support.
  • The unit focuses on policy influencing at both national and state levels.

Specific Context

  • WaterAid Nigeria is exploring a collaboration with UNICEF to deliver work in Zamfara State under the auspices of the DFID funded SHAWN II project.
  • The Sanitation, Hygiene and Water in Nigeria (SHAWN) project will aim at strengthening the WASH enabling environment in three Local Government Areas (LGAs) in Zamfara State, working with state level systems towards increasing access to equitable and sustainable WASH services in Bakura, Shinkafi and Maru Local Government Areas (LGAs).
  • The funding is for one year.

Job Purpose

  • Under the direct supervision of the State Programme Lead, the State WASH specialist (sanitation) will drive programmatic activities that will deliver WASH services of the highest quality to mainly rural areas in the state.
  • This position will support to strengthen institutional capacity of the structures set up to address sanitation issues in the target LGA’s and communities through the implementation of Community Led Total Sanitation, sanitation marketing and other tested approaches.
  • The role will also build and maintain effective collaborations with state and LGA agencies responsible for delivering sanitation outcomes including RUWASSA, State Ministry of Water Resources, State Primary Health Care Development Agency, State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) etc.

Key Accountabilities

  • Take leadership for the effective implementation of CLTS, Sanitation marketing and hygiene behaviour change activities implemented by WaterAid Nigeria and its partners in the state.
  • Work in close collaboration with the Policy & Sector capacity officer to assess institutional capacity of RUWASSA, Ministry of Water resources, LGAs, Utilities, private sector and community actors to deliver sanitation services and to develop management models; use the results of the capacity assessments to design participatory action plans to strengthen capacity of these institutions to deliver sustainable sanitation services .
  • As part of the State programme team, work with partners to build ownership and accountability for programmes in line with the programme quality standards outlined in the WaterAid programme accountability framework; make suggestions for improvements where gaps exist.
  • Ensure work plans to deliver all WaterAid funded programme activities are developed with strong inputs and participation of state partners, CSO’s and stakeholders; support partners agree to and commit to implementing the work plan and deliver key milestones.
  • Facilitate and supervise the feasibility studies and design of technology and management models; promoting and supporting the scaling up/replication of such models across the LGA’s and in the state financed projects
  • Ensure all infrastructure constructions to be implemented in the state are in line with WaterAid technical designs specifications and national standards. Support state and LGA’s to replicate similar standards and models in state and LGA financed constructions
  • Ensure the mainstreaming of WaterAid key programme delivery approaches in the state including EIG (equity, inclusion and gender), sustainability models, Pro-Poor Approach, Risk Management, Health and Safety strategies/guidelines/policies etc
  • Implement and manage activities in line with WaterAid’s strategic direction and specific grant donor requirements; monitor and evaluate progress in line with WaterAid’s PMER standards and guidelines.
  • Foster effective synergy and collaboration with WASH related stakeholders including health and education service providers to leverage their activities to improve sanitation access in the state.
  • Identify and develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with key Water, Sanitation and Hygiene professionals in the state (e.g. government, donor community, service providers and utilities) and maintain them over time; Build and maintain effective network and collaboration with partners and key sector actors to achieve improved WASH access for the state.
  • Work in close collaboration with communication team colleagues and voices from the field officers in the state to generate success stories, videos and case studies showcasing the quality of WaterAid work in the state.
  • Develop a viable system than ensure the maintenance of services (WASH) and that involves community structures, state structures and private operators (district mechanics); Support the state institutions and LGAs and to develop their procurement and quality assurance processes for latrine construction design for households, health facilities, schools and public places.
  • Support the functionality of community management structures in line with best practices in every location where WaterAid has supported construction of sanitation infrastructure.
  • Build effective collaborations between relevant networks and stakeholders to seek attainment of ODF status by communities in the target LGA’s; support ODF free communities to receive certification

Sanitation Marketing 

  • Assess various business models based on supply chain data and field experience and determine best fit option for scaling up sanitation marketing outcomes in the state.
  • Identify the most viable business model(s) to test in each target LGAs in state.
  • With collaborative support from the Sanitation Marketing Manager, analyse the range of desirable, scalable and affordable sanitation products and business models to be used to increase sanitation uptake in the state.

Person specification 
Essential Criteria:

  • University Degree in the Physical Sciences, Public Health, Geology, or Civil Engineering.
  • Three (3) years’ work experience of which at least 2 would ideally be in the area of public health, environmental health or community health management.
  • Demonstrable understanding of development programme management approaches
  • Prior experience working in the WASH sector, public, private or non-governmental Excellent written and verbal communication skills, able to convey complex information clearly and persuasively
  • Strong time management and organizational skills.
  • Good problem solving skills
  • Commitment to WaterAid values and a working style that reflects these

Desirable Criteria:

  • Five (5) years’ experience of which at least 3 would ideally be in the area of public health, environmental health or community health management

Salary

  • Competitive with excellent benefits.

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State Programme Lead

  • Job TypeFull Time
  • QualificationMBA/MSc/MA
  • Experience10 years
  • LocationZamfara
  • Job FieldMedical / Health   NGO/Non-Profit

Grade: H
Department: Service Delivery & Partnerships Unit, Programmes Directorate
Reports to (title): Director of Programmes
Contract Type: 1 year fixed term (renewable)
Direct Reports (titles): State Finance & Admin Officer, Programme Monitoring Evaluation & Reporting Officer, WASH Specialist, Policy & Sector Strengthening Specialist, Logistics/Driver
Travel: At least 60% time travel to support partners

Team Description

  • The Service Delivery and Partnerships Unit, within WaterAid Nigeria’s programme Directorate is responsible for engaging with multiple stakeholders in the programmatic value chain to ensure delivery of quality programmes. The recalibration of WaterAid Nigeria’s structure and programming architecture has placed the state as the focus of our work to maximize impact.
  • The position of the State Programme Lead is conceived and structured along lines similar to that of a pseudo Country Director albeit with a reduced scope restricted to the state programme.

Specific Context

  • WaterAid Nigeria is exploring a collaboration with UNICEF to deliver work in Zamfara State under the auspices of the DFID funded SHAWN II project. The Sanitation, Hygiene and Water in Nigeria (SHAWN) project will aim at strengthening the WASH enabling environment in three Local Government Areas (LGAs) in Zamfara State, working with state level systems towards increasing access to equitable and sustainable WASH services in Bakura, Shinkafi and Maru Local Government Areas (LGAs). The funding is for one year.

Job Purpose

  • To successfully coordinate the implementation of WaterAid’s country strategic initiatives at the State level by ensuring that all country thematic activities are properly included in realistic and achievable annual State Programme Plans and delivered through appropriate projects.
  • This role will be accountable for conceptualizing programmes/projects, planning the effective delivery of programmatic outcomes that align with these plans in line with WaterAid programmatic principles and approaches; building and nurturing effective collaborations and partnerships with stakeholders (including implementing partners) for the delivery of WaterAid programmes /projects and an improved WASH outcome in the designated WaterAid state programme.
  • This role will lead the successful implementation to the programme objectives through supporting and strengthening the key partners such as RUWASSA, SUBEBS and Health sector coordinating entities; Manage and maintain complex relationships across the state government and the donor.

Accountabilities
Effective Programme management:

  • Lead the detailed analysis and collaborative programme planning to implement and manage the UNICEF SHAWN II grant in line with the UNICEF/DFID and WaterAid’s objectives; monitor and evaluate progress of the programmes and its projects in line with WaterAid’s PMER standards and guidelines.
  • Take leadership for all state level reporting to WaterAid and grant funders on programme activities in the state; Ensure information on ongoing programmes in the state are kept up to date on the Project centre platform.
  • Lead the development and maintenance of key strategic relationships from state to local level across the key involved sectors; act as credible WaterAid representative in the State.
  • Identify, develop and maintain constructive and cooperative working relationships with partners, state officials and sector stakeholders; act as a worthy and credible WaterAid representative in the State.
  • Proactively engage in sector support initiatives and participate in sector coordination meetings at state level, particularly if directly linked to the programme objectives; use these relationships to positively project WaterAid positions on WASH issues and influence policy change in the state
  • Ensure that appropriate programme management, quality assurance and monitoring mechanisms are in place to ensure high quality delivery of work by partners, across all critical programme objectives
  • Work collaboratively with and draw on the wider support and expertise from within WaterAid to develop and improve the initiatives required for the successful delivery of the programme
  • Promote and ensure the mainstreaming of WaterAid programme principles and quality standards in all WaterAid’s programme in the State
  • Exercise accountability for management of financial budget and resources at state office; ensure timely and accurate budgets and financial reports are generated and submitted to WaterAid Nigeria Country office to facilitate reimbursements of expenses incurred on overhead and programmatic activities.

Effective donor and grant management:

  • Use knowledge of state context to initiate project concepts/ proposals that respond to WASH issues in the state; Work in active collaboration with fundraising team to market grant programmes/project funding opportunities for state programme/projects to potential funders.
  • Develop case studies and success stories to demonstrate impact of WaterAid’s work, enhance the visibility of WANG programmes and use as fundraising materials

Partnership management:

  • Provide leadership in the identification, engagement and effective management of partner institutions/organization relevant to the delivery of the grant targets Leadership & Team Management
  • Lead the development of activity based budgets for state program activities across thematic areas; Accountable for managing budgets aligning the budget with activities and for monitoring to ensure budget performance of multiple partners is according to plan; ensuring good quality financial reports of programmes & from partners in the state are submitted on time. Resolving any inaccuracies in a timely manner. Work collaboratively with Finance & Information Technology (FIT) to ensure timely disbursement of funds required by partners
  • Directly supervise state programmes team to deliver high performance; Provide guidance and direction to a multi-functional team, including setting performance objectives and monitoring performance of the members of the state team.
  • Coach & mentor team members to enable effective delivery of targets and prioritize achievement of the learning & development priorities of the team.

Person Specification
Essential Criteria:

  • Master’s Degree in the Social Sciences, Development Studies, International Development, Public Health or other relevant field.
  • At least 7 years’ experience working in similar roles, with at least 5 in leadership / management positions
  • Proven ability in successfully managing similar sized grant funded programmes/projects funded by international donors in a developing country context.
  • Proven ability to influence key state stakeholders and create change, including an understanding of advocacy tools and approaches
  • Strong interpersonal skills, ability to build and maintain good working relationships with a variety of colleagues and stakeholders.
  • Experience working with partners implementing a grant funded project.
  • Strong programme/project management skills, including the ability to ability to initiate, plan, manage and monitor programmes & projects; technical ability to develop programme plans/design log frames etc
  • Experience of managing multiple project stakeholders including community level stakeholders; donors; government officials etc
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including strong presentation skills; Experience of project documentation for use in influencing; writing case studies and success stories
  • Familiarity with and experience using participatory tools, methods and approaches in project management
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Above average competence in the use of IT tools. Proficiency in the use of Microsoft suite of computer Applications-Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc.
  • Experience of leading, managing and motivating others and driving change
  • Commitment to WaterAid’s values and a working style that reflects these

Desirable Criteria:

  • 10 years’ experience in a similar role
  • Knowledge of adult learning approaches
  • Knowledge of behaviour change models and approaches.

Salary 
Competitive with excellent benefits.

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WASH Specialist – Water

  • Job TypeFull Time
  • QualificationBA/BSc/HND
  • Experience5 years
  • LocationZamfara
  • Job FieldMedical / Health   NGO/Non-Profit

Grade: E
Department: Service Delivery & Partnerships Unit, Programmes Directorate
Reports to: State Programme Lead
Contract Type: 1 year fixed term (renewable)
Direct Reports: NA
Travel: At least 60% time travel to support partners

Team Description

  • WaterAid Nigeria has recently completed its 2016-2021 country programme strategy which sets a 5 year building block towards delivering a more influencing led programme over a 15 year horizon.
  • This new country strategy rather than reflect a progression from previous country programme strategies, outlines key shifts in focus required to catalyse change and achieve maximum impact for our work in Nigeria.
  • The recalibration of WaterAid Nigeria’s structure and programming architecture has placed the state as the focus of our work to maximize impact.

Specific Context

  • WaterAid Nigeria is exploring a collaboration with UNICEF to deliver work in Zamfara State under the auspices of the DFID funded SHAWN II project.
  • The Sanitation, Hygiene and Water in Nigeria (SHAWN) project will aim at strengthening the WASH enabling environment in three Local Government Areas (LGAs) in Zamfara State, working with state level systems towards increasing access to equitable and sustainable WASH services in Bakura, Shinkafi and Maru Local Government Areas (LGAs).
  • The funding is for one year.

Job Purpose

  • Under the direct supervision of the State Programme Lead, the State WASH specialist (water) will drive programmatic activities that will deliver water supply to rural communities in the target LGA in line with WaterAid and national drinking water quality standards.
  • The role will also be responsible for strengthening capacity of state institutions to deliver much needed services to the population in the target LGA’s and communities

Key Accountabilities

  • Ensure all infrastructure constructions to be implemented in the state are in line with WaterAid technical designs specifications and national standards. Support state and LGA’s to replicate similar standards and models in state and LGA financed constructions
  • Ensure the mainstreaming of WaterAid key programme delivery approaches in the state including EIG (equity, inclusion and gender), sustainability models, Pro-Poor Approach, Risk Management, Health and Safety strategies/guidelines/policies etc
  • Identify and develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with key Water, Sanitation and Hygiene professionals in the state (e.g. government, donor community, service providers and utilities) and maintain them over time; Build and maintain effective network and collaboration with partners and key sector actors to achieve improved WASH access for the state.
  • Work in close collaboration with communication team colleagues and voices from the field officers in the state to generate success stories, videos and case studies showcasing the quality of WaterAid work in the state.
  • Develop a viable system than ensure the maintenance of services (WASH) and that involves community structures, state structures and private operators (district mechanics); Support the state institutions and LGAs and to develop their procurement and quality assurance processes for: groundwater assessments and waters systems design, water systems construction and water quality assurance processes
  • Support the functionality of community management structures in line with best practices in every location where WaterAid has supported construction of WASH infrastructure.
  • Promote understanding of WaterAid security and safety policy for construction sites by partners and communities and secure full compliance to these
  • Seek innovative approaches to develop community capacity and ownership of water quality surveillance activities and ensure routine reports of water quality assessments are collated and used to effect corrective measures

Person Specification
Essential Criteria:

  • University Degree in Geology, or Civil Engineering. Applicants with Water Supply, Water Resources Management specialty will have an advantage
  • Proven experience of at least (3) years’ in designing and implementing large scale WASH facilities suitable for a wide range of context
  • Demonstrate a good understanding of the social and technical aspects of WASH programmes
  • Demonstrable understanding of development programme management approaches
  • Prior experience working in the WASH sector, public, private or non-governmental
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, able to convey complex information clearly and persuasively
  • Strong time management and organizational skills.
  • High level proficiency in the use of Microsoft suite of computer applications: MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint
  • Good problem solving skills
  • Commitment to WaterAid values and a working style that reflects these

Desirable Criteria:

  • Five (5) years’ experience in designing and implementing WASH facilities  /WASH programmes of which at least 3 would ideally be in the area of public health, environmental health or community health management

Salary

  • Competitive with excellent benefits

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Programme Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting Officer

  • Job TypeFull Time
  • QualificationBA/BSc/HND
  • Experience2 years
  • LocationZamfara
  • Job FieldMedical / Health   NGO/Non-Profit

Starting Date: Immediately

Project Summary/Job Description

  • WaterAid Nigeria is exploring a collaboration with UNICEF to deliver work in Zamfara State under the auspices of the DFID funded SHAWN II project.
  • The Sanitation, Hygiene and Water in Nigeria (SHAWN) project will aim at strengthening the WASH enabling environment in three Local Government Areas (LGAs) in Zamfara State, working with state level systems towards increasing access to equitable and sustainable WASH services in Bakura, Shinkafi and Maru Local Government Areas (LGAs). The funding is for one year.
  • WaterAid Nigeria is looking for a Programme Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting Officer (1 year fixed term – renewable) to play a vital role in our mission to make clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone, everywhere by 2030.

Responsibilities
Working within the WaterAid Nigeria, Zamfara State team, the Programme Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting Officer will:

  • Drive the collation and management of quantitative and qualitative data required to monitor progress of WaterAid work against agreed plans and priorities in the state.
  • Build collaborations with internal and external stakeholders – state government, LGA and community level.
  • Ensure that the quality of data generated for periodic reporting on programme implementation to WaterAid and grant funders is a credible measure of programme performance.
  • Ensure that data collection and reporting processes & tools align with national protocols and architecture for reporting WASH sector data.

Requirements
To be successful, you’ll need to:

  • Have a University Degree/qualification with strong statistics component or similar in Statistics, with a minimum of three (3) years’ work experience of which at least 2 would ideally be in a local /International NGO or research centre performing a role with a strong M& E component.
  • Have demonstrable understanding of development programme management approaches.
  • Have prior experience working in the WASH sector which will be a distinct advantage.
  • Be fully committed to WaterAid’s vision, mission and values and a way of working that demonstrates this, with the ability to communicate this enthusiasm to others.

Salary 
Competitive with excellent benefits.

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Policy & Sector Strengthening Officer

  • Job TypeFull Time
  • QualificationBA/BSc/HND
  • Experience3 years
  • LocationZamfara
  • Job FieldNGO/Non-Profit

Grade: E
Department: Service Delivery & Partnerships Unit, Programmes Directorate
Reports to (title): State Programmes Lead
Contract Type: 1 year fixed term (renewable)
Direct Reports (titles): NA
Travel: At least 60% time travel to support partners

Job Description

  • We are looking for a Policy & Sector Strengthening Officer (1 year fixed term – renewable) to play a vital role in our mission to make clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone, everywhere by 2030.

Working within the WaterAid Nigeria, Zamfara State team, the Policy & Sector Strengthening Officer will:

  • Drive state level advocacy strategies that will help deliver the policy changes necessary for sanitation and water to reach the poorest communities.
  • Be accountable for anchoring the CP’s activities aimed at improving internal focussing, capacity, coordination and delivery of sector strengthening initiatives in the state.
  • Be responsible for delivering the specific plans and activities for advocacy, sector strengthening & support in the state.
  • Analyse the institutional and relevant sector policies and delivery mechanisms across RUWASSA, SUBEBS and Health and develop focused institutional strengthening strategies that result in their ability to deliver effectively on the project objectives and future institutional objectives.

Team Description

  • WaterAid Nigeria has recently completed its 2016-2021 country programme strategy which sets a 5 year building block towards delivering a more influencing led programme over a 15 year horizon. This new country strategy rather than reflect a progression from previous country programme strategies, outlines key shifts in focus required to catalyse change and achieve maximum impact for our work in Nigeria.
  • The recalibration of WaterAid Nigeria’s structure and programming architecture has put the state as the focus of our work to maximize impact.

Specific Context

  • WaterAid Nigeria is exploring a collaboration with UNICEF to deliver work in Zamfara State under the auspices of the DFID funded SHAWN II project. The Sanitation, Hygiene and Water in Nigeria (SHAWN) project will aim at strengthening the WASH enabling environment in three Local Government Areas (LGAs) in Zamfara State, working with state level systems towards increasing access to equitable and sustainable WASH services in Bakura, Shinkafi and Maru Local Government Areas (LGAs). The funding is for one year.

Job Purpose

  • As part of the outputs of the SHAWN II project, the focus for the State Policy & Sector Strengthening officer role is drive state level advocacy strategies that will help deliver the policy changes necessary for sanitation and water to reach the poorest communities.
  • The role will also be accountable for anchoring the CP’s activities aimed at improving internal focussing, capacity, coordination and delivery of sector strengthening initiatives in the state.
  • The post holder will be responsible for delivering the specific plans and activities for advocacy, sector strengthening & support at the state, ensuring that the design and intent of the field level programming is aligned with the strategic agenda, and that evidence generated from WANG field work and technical innovations are used in influencing of policies and programmes at LGA and state levels.
  • The role analyses the institutional and relevant sector policies and delivery mechanisms across RUWASSA, SUBEBS and Health and develop focused institutional strengthening strategies that result in their ability to deliver effectively on the project objectives and future institutional objectives.

Accountabilities
Sector Strengthening:

  • Under the direction of the State Programmes lead, ensure the agreed priorities and plans for delivering the sector capacity strengthening targets for the state are achieved
  • Ensure that WaterAid Nigeria WASH Programme delivery at the state level is implemented to positively impact the building of better WASH systems and generate replicable results that can be profiled to contribute to universal access for Nigeria.
  • Analyse policies, budgets and related issues affecting the WASH sector in the state and effectively contribute such information to shape sector wide case studies, position papers and policy messages / briefings notes, targeting different audiences, in order to pro-actively influence effectiveness of WASH investments in the state.
  • Build and maintain relationships with key sector related ministries, institutions and other strategic partners who are critical to realizing WANG strategic priorities in the state, creating the best collaborative environment that assists in the mutual achievement of the project outcomes and opportunities for wider influencing; In collaboration with colleagues, assist in the marketing of WANG’s models to key sector stakeholders
  • Generate analytical briefs, communication materials and stories on programme learning gained in the state in line with the CP and global priorities.
  • Lead and undertake the capacity assessments of sector institutions in the state (e.g. RUWASSA, State Tasks Group on Sanitation, Water Consumer Associations, WASHCOMs, State Planning Commissions, Local Government Authority WASH departments, Civil Society Networks, etc.) and assess their capacity to deliver services in an accountable, transparent and inclusive manner that will feed into the development of the WASH sector.
  • Develop and manage sector support plans for identified institutions and be accountable for their implementation.
  • Provide support to sector support initiatives and participate in sector coordination meetings at state and LGA levels like the STGS and LGTGS and others where appropriate.
  • Monitor the implementation of sector capacity building/system strengthening programmes and make inputs to key reports in line with organizational policies and procedures including monthly, quarterly, biannual and annual reports.

Policy Influencing & Dissemination:

  • Analyse state legislation, policies, strategies, sector financing and sector strengthening initiatives in WASH and related sectors (e.g. health, education etc.) to inform relevant influencing & advocacy strategies, plans and activities.
  • Work collaboratively with Communications team colleagues and the Voices from the field focal person in the state to develop and share evidence based case studies, success stories, policy messages /briefing notes, web articles etc. on key WASH sector issues to achieve influencing outcomes in the state
  • Continuously identify, strategize and instigate key influencing moments using key evidenced based materials; Keep a watching brief on policy makers and other key players in the state in relation to WASH issues and identify opportunities to raise awareness and campaign to influence policy change.
  • Work in close collaboration with the communications and campaigns team in the central office and state level stakeholders and partners to deliver well-coordinated and successful marking of global events and campaign activities in the state.

Person Specification
Essential Criteria:

  • Relevant postgraduate degree or graduate degree with commensurate experience (e.g. Social Sciences, Public Policy, Development studies, e.g.)
  • Minimum of three (3) years’ work experience of which at least three would ideally be in the area of sector strengthening or institutional development/organizational development, policy research or advocacy role.
  • Experience of social science, public policy or development research, analysis and documentation
  • Strong knowledge and/or competency in the use of capacity assessment tools
  • Demonstrable understanding of public sector development in Nigeria and how change happens
  • Experience in developing, managing effective experiential adult learning interventions
  • Experience of working in, and solid understanding of the WASH Sector
  • Demonstrated experience in producing a range of influencing materials, including case studies, briefing notes, position papers etc
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, able to convey complex information clearly and persuasively
  • Strong time management and organisational skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, able to build strong relationships with a variety of stakeholders including colleagues, high levels decision and government officials to support delivery of goals.
  • High level proficiency in the use of Microsoft suite of computer applications: MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint
  • Good problem solving skills
  • Commitment to WaterAid’s values and a working style that reflects these.

Desirable Criteria:

  • Knowledge or experience of the education and/or health sectors
  • Minimum of three (3) years’ work experience of which at least three would ideally be in the area of sector strengthening or institutional development/organizational development, policy research or advocacy role

Salary 
Competitive with excellent benefits.

Method of Application

Applicants should send their CV’s to: resumes@kimberly-ryan.net using the job title as the subject of the email.

Note: To apply for this role you must be able to demonstrate your eligibility to work in Nigeria.

Interview Date
16th October, 2017.

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