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Role Overview and Primary Responsibilities:
Palladium is seeking management and technical experts for the upcoming USAID-funded Integrating Water Supply, Sanitation, and Hygiene Service activity in Guatemala. The overall objective of the activity is to work with local municipalities and the private sector to ensure rural Guatemalans in the Western Highlands have reliable access to water adequate for human consumption as well as improved sanitation facilities.
Technical Expert Positions Include:
- WASH Integration
- Integrated water resources management
- Women, indigenous, and youth economic inclusion
- Private sector engagement
- Grants/ subcontracts management
- Monitoring and Evaluation
- Operational and financial management
Overall general qualifications and experience will include:
- Advanced degree in relevant technical area
- Minimum 5 years of experience in the related technical area
- Experience with USAID and/or any other international donor-funded projects
- Ability to facilitate partnerships with public and private sector stakeholders, private sector experience a plus
- Excellent communications skills
- Guatemala working experience required
- Fluency in Spanish and proficiency in English required
- Ability to travel and work throughout Guatemala
Guatemalan nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.