Emergency/Recovery WASH Specialist (International)

Closing date: 17 Nov 2016
  1. Support needs assessment and analysis.
  2. Coordinate UNICEF Emergency/Recovery WASH intervention.
  3. Support in identifying supply gaps and support in end-user monitoring.
  4. Planning for emergency and recovery interventions including the development of donor concept notes and proposals.
  5. Coordination with local authorities, civil society; and WASH cluster and inter-cluster partners.
  6. Facilitate Participatory and community-based approaches.
  7. Attention to cross-cutting issues and application of WASH emergency standards.
  8. Training and building capacity for implementing partners.
  9. Generating daily and weekly WASH response report, including input for situation reports.

How to apply:

Qualified candidates are requested to submit:-

A cover letter, performance evaluation report (if applicable), CV and Personal History Form (P-11 form) to be downloaded from the website http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/index_53129.html), a financial proposal (including all eligible fees, transportations and DSA for desktop research, data collection, and fieldwork, communication, presentation costs) on or before 17 November 2016 via e-mail address: hrmalawi@unicef.org The detailed Terms of Reference is available from the UNICEF Malawi website: http://www.unicef.org/malawi/