This is an expatriate position intended to build capacity of national staff and refugee volunteers. The WASH/Energy Program Fellow will carry out all duties with local counterparts to ensure project implementation, and sustainability by building capacity of national staff.
Primary Responsibilities of Fellow
- Overall assessment of WASH/Energy Program, provide oversight and guidance
- Assess Rohingya WASH/Energy Volunteers, identify shortcomings, monitor field level implementation, guide Program Manager (PM) through project management cycle
- Based on assessments, guide WASH/Energy Program Team to improve and address community needs
- Assist PM in design and implementation of program
- Assist Program Team in experimenting with solar cookers
- Assist PM in identifying potential donors/grants for funding WASH/Energy programs
- Build capacity of PM to achieve deliverables including implementation of need based programming, including creation of concept notes, budgets, work plans etc.
- Represent CPI at stakeholder coordination meetings, along with PM
- Assist PM to liaise with other WASH/Energy actors, UN, local and INGOs
- Conduct monthly program monitoring visits for each program
- Concept notes, budgets, work plans, cost plans, field stories and cash projections
- Creation of training curriculum (outsource for translation if needed)
- Conducting solar cooker experiments
- Creation of performance skills checklist for Volunteers to provide outreach services
- Relevant degree and/or development experience
- 4-6 month duration minimum
- Proven ability to build capacity
- Ability to work with others and independently
- Global experience working with people from different cultures
- Strong program management and organizational skills
How to apply:
All interested and qualified candidates are requested to email an Application Letter, Curriculum Vitae to: email@example.com
- The closing date for applications is 5:00 pm, (25-August-19, Sunday), Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
- Please clearly mention the Position and Location you are applying for in the email Subject Line.
- CPI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity, national origin, age, marital status, or disability.
- Candidates are required to declare in advance should there be any relative or family member currently employed in CPI. Failure to do so can lead to termination of the employment contract even after successful selection.
- Because of the large volume of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
- Contract and position is contingent upon successful award of the project and final approval by the donor.