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Dimensions of Role:
• This position is generally based at the Country Office of Plan International Ethiopia.
• The post holder will report to the head of Disaster Preparedness and response Management and will be technically responsible for all the emergency response WASH program budget based on the annual and/or multiyear resilience building plan.
• The post holder will manage all emergency WASH related projects and supervises field based emergency WASH coordinators based at the program area and/or specific project field level. She/he will work to ensure smooth working environment between the country office emergency response team and the field respective staff.
• The post holder is responsible to manage program design, implementation and monitoring and evaluation of all emergency WASH projects programs. The post holder will be part of the national and regional or disaster specific WASH need assessment and proposal design.
• The post holder support the country program emergency response and recovery in formulating specific and overall WASH emergency response interventions at country-office level by planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
• Key components of the position include operationalization of the country emergency WASH with it’s elements of advocacy and networking, developing and strengthening partnerships, engage in resource mobilization and emergency WASH team management.
Educational Qualification and Experience
• A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Hydraulic/Civil /Water Resources Engineering, Environmental Health or related field with minimum 5 years of work experience in emergency WASH response.
• Master’s degree on the above-mentioned area is preferable.
• Demonstrated experience in the management of key programmatic areas relevant to WASH emergency response under the country program.
Location: Addis Ababa
Type of Role: WASH Project Manager – RRM
Reports to: Head of Disaster Preparedness and Response Management
Closing Date: 18 July 2021
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