General description of the position
Under the supervision of the Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) Head of Department you will be responsible to identify and implement high quality and integrated WASH activities, which are appropriate and comprehensive in conformity with overarching strategy and the standards set internationally, by ACF and by national policies.
- Ensuring technical implementation of integrated WASH activities
- Managing and supervising WASH programs staffs
- Ensuring proper reporting of the programs
- Maintaining internal and external coordination
- Contributing to the quality, accountability and impact measurement process of the program
Do you fit the requested profile ?
You hold a master degree in civil engineering, environmental engineering or relevant sector, with minimum 5 years experiences in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Program Management.
You have a significant experience on delivering largescale high impact projects.
You are flexible and able to work in difficult circumstances (5 hours of walk to join the intervention zone).
You are fluent in English.
Specific conditions / Salary
- Monthly gross salary from 1600€ to 1975€ upon experience.
- Per diem and living allowance: 159€ + 260€ (cf eurocost) net, field paid.
- + 16% of monthly gross salary as reimbursement of retirement insurance for non-French citizen.
- + Child allowance, limited to 5 children.
ACF’s intervention in Nepal started in 2005 with a focus on addressing the needs of the conflict affected population in the Karnali region. Further surveys in the country highlighted alarming undernutrition rates in Nepal. In response, ACF initiated a CMAM programme in Saptari District in 2012 with a District wide approach. The 2015 Earthquake in Nepal led to scaling up our work in the country to 5 of the 14 most affected Districts.
Currently our work is spread across 3 districts across 3 provinces. Our capital office is located in Kathmandu and have two field offices in Nuwakot (Bidur) and Nawalparasi (Ramgram). In Nuwakot and Rasuwa Districts in province 3, our primary work is on of WASH facilities for the Earthquake survivors. In the District of Nawalparasi that spreads across provinces 4 and 5, we have an IMAM programme to address the causes and consequences of Hunger by initiating a district wide response at the community and health facilities level. However, in order to address the root cause of malnutrition, we also have initiated an integrated Food Security and Livelihood programmes and plan to initiate work WASH in some specific pockets of the district where cases of acute malnutrition are concentrated.
Based in Danda Gaon and managing projects in two locations about 90 minutes away from each other. Danda Gaon project is the largest with a 13 kilometres Transmission line and 50 kilometres Distribution Line.