يمكنك الان ترجمة الوظيفة الى اللغة التي تفضلها
The program manager is in charge of implementing and achieving the objectives defined in the proposals.
He/she is in charge of supervising the operational teams allocated to his/her program.
He/she guarantees the proper execution and the quality of the implemented program and, if applicable, suggests adjustments or developments to ensure its relevance.
The Yemeni mission is looking for a WASH program manager, based in Al Mokha with potentially regular field visits.
SI is looking for a profile with strong Hygiene Promotion and technical engineering skills in water supply or environmental sanitation or both, and a proactive and solution-oriented mindset. The overall objective will be to lead the implementation of emergency, early-recovery and resilience WASH activities with a particular focus on household WASH access in rural areas, as well as hospitals and primary health centers, and the rehabilitation of centralized (in urban areas) water and sanitation networks.
PRIORITIES FOR THE 2/3 FIRST MONTHS
This position is under the hierarchical supervision of the Al Mokha Field Coordinator.
The WASH program manager will manage a team of 1 Deputy PM, 1 Market monitoring officer, 1 Health Promotion Team Leader, 1 Community engagement officer, 1 Water Team Leader, 1 Sanitation Team Leader and 3 Watsan Officers.
Education and experience
Knowledge and technical skills
Willingness to work in complex and volatile environments.
Does this description fit you? Please send us your CV and Cover letter in English via this link: https://emea3.recruitmentplatform.com/syndicated/private/syd_apply.cfm?id=PULFK026203F3VBQB6G8N8NX4&nPostingTargetID=55930. CV only applications will not be considered.
NB : The vacancy may close before the deadline. Thank you for your comprehension
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The scope and complexity of the crisis are resulting in a rise of malnutrition rates, driven by growing food insecurity, water shortages, displacement and poor sanitation.
The shortage of water is a real issue in Yemen. 40% of people did not have access to drinking water before the start of fighting in 2014 and this critical situation has increased to 70%. People have to pay for the water trucking or walk two hours to find a source. Even then the water can be infected. The lack of clean water causes a huge rise of waterborne diseases, including cholera that has already claimed 2,000 lives and affected more than half a million people.
With no access to safe water the population of Yemen cannot recover. 2.3 million children are suffering from severe acute malnutrition and 7 million people are under a direct threat of famine.
More than half the population in Yemen requires humanitarian assistance yet humanitarian projects are underfunded.
Nobody talks about Yemen. Since March 2015, violence in Yemen has claimed more than 10,000 lives, resulted in 2.2 million internally displaced people and 20 million people living in extreme poverty.