Sanitation Specialist(For End of Program Review – Australia Indonesia Infrastructure Grants for Municipal Sanitation (sAIIG))
The Kemitraan Indonesia Australia untuk Infrastruktur (KIAT) is a 10-year facility supported by the Australian Government and implemented by Cardno. KIAT’s overarching goal is to support ‘sustainable and inclusive economic growth through improved access to infrastructure for all people’. To support this goal, KIAT works with the Government of Indonesia (GOI), Government of Australia, the private sector, Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) and other development partners, as well as civil society to help achieve the following ‘End-of-Facility Outcomes’:
- Improved GOI policy and regulatory framework for infrastructure development
- High quality projects prepared and financed by GOI, the private sector and / or MDBs
- High quality infrastructure delivery, management and maintenance by GOI
The initial focus of the KIAT Facility is on the following areas: Water and Sanitation; Transport; Gender, Social Inclusion and Civil Society Engagement (GESI-CSE); and Infrastructure Funding and Financing.
The objective of the position is to identify and document considerations related to the design and implementation of sAIIG program which are relevant for future efforts to incentivise local government investment in sanitation and encourage the delivery of good quality, sustainable sanitation infrastructure.
This role also involves the following key activities:
- Provide substantive input into the review plan, particularly related to questions and methods related to infrastructure quality and sanitation governance.
- Review and analyse various data and information related to the construction and governance of sanitation infrastructure under sAIIG, in line with the agreed review plan.
- Provide professional opinions and judgement, including the justification for such opinions and judgment, on matters related to the construction and governance of sanitation infrastructure.
- Other contributions to the review as requested by the Team Leader.
- Ensure that consultations, meetings, and decision-making processes include representations of gender.
- Ensure that all Key Activities consider opportunities to strengthen GEDSI outcomes during implementation, and where relevant consider the feasibility of engaging with civil society to enhance these outcomes.
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The Sanitation Specialist must bring a deep understanding and/or have experience of:
- Academic qualifications in sanitary engineering, civil or environmental engineering, or other relevant discipline.
- Proven expertise and experience (at least 10 years) in successfully designing, managing, or reviewing programs responsible for the construction or management of sanitation infrastructure, preferably including small-scale municipal systems in a developing country context.
- Strong communications skills, including the ability to successfully convey technical information to non-technical audiences.
- Prior experience with sAIIG or other relevant sanitation programs in Indonesia is strongly preferred.
- Proficiency in Bahasa Indonesia is preferred.
Qualified female candidates and candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Based on DFAT standard ARF rates (assessed as ARF classification C3/4 depending on the skills and experience of the selected candidate) under a Short Term Local Independent Contractor Agreement. Successful Indonesian nationals will be engaged under a local contract in IDR, and will be subject to Indonesian employment regulations and tax obligations.
“Applicants that are found suitable but who are not offered one of the positions may be invited to be included in the KIAT Short-Term Technical Assistance (STA) Consultant Panel.”
Why join KIAT?
The Australia Indonesia Infrastructure Partnership (Kemitraan Indonesia Australia untuk Infrastruktur – KIAT) offers meaningful opportunities for each individual member of our team to grow, make an impact and leave a legacy for local communities, globally.
By joining KIAT, you will be part of an environment where you can collaborate with leading experts from diverse backgrounds, access development programs to achieve your career goals, and be challenged to take a global outlook.
How to apply
2) Statement (of up to 1,000 words) addressing the candidate’s skills and experience, and outlining the relevance to the role
3) Two referee names, position details and contact information
The position closes on 31 October 2021
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