District Coordinator (Dailekh)
Contract type: National employment contract
Coordination, planning and capacity building:
Networking, coordination and collaboration with sector stakeholders;
Professional/facilitation services for sector strengthening while being responsive to structural changes in the new federal system;
Strategic planning, budgeting, implementation, and monitoring, following the RWS programme approach to achieve programme outcomes;
Supporting capacity building events for sector stakeholders at Rural Municipalities and/or implementing partners (local NGO partners) on Rural WASH service improvement strategy preparation;
Support Rural Municipalities to develop rural water supply services improvement strategy, facilitate RM level workshops.
Ensure the WfW project activities are substantially completed as per the timeline, budget and activities in the project work plan, unless causes of force major.
Facilitate SNV’s implementing partners in the project to respect SNV’s policy, especially in procurement but also in domains such as branding, marking and data protection as per donor requirement.
Paying special attention to integration of gender, social inclusion in all programme components.
Learning and adaption- project improvements and adaptations are identified and translated into activity design to strengthen outcomes and impacts. Lesson learnt on what works what doesn’t are identified and shared.
Social Distancing Policy- SNV and SNV partners in the project abide by SNV's Covid-19 policies and with national and local regulations, throughout all activities.
Teamwork and communication- contribute to build strong relationships across SNV. Increase communication and updates.
Representation- at the local, provincial level and national (as relevant), WfW Nepal keeps high profile and visibility with local stakeholders and takes part in relevant coordination forums.
Monitoring and reporting:
Supporting implementation of monitoring and evaluation activities (data collection, annual outcome assessment, Climate Change research with ISF/, survey results sharing with stakeholders etc.);
Facilitate implementing part for financial and narrative progress reporting,
Support program leader for six monthly and annual reporting to WfW.
Paying attention to environment protection and DRR in the project cycle;
Coordinating the process and project progress reporting and support the project leader for financial and narrative reporting as required;
Coordinating and collaborating with other SNV projects and supporting their implementation where required;
Perform other duties as needed.
Report to: Project Leader, RWSS
Duty Station : Dailekh District
Expected Start Date: As soon as possible
Contract Type : Employment Contract
Required Number of Position : 1
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Bachelor’s degree or Diploma in Civil Engineering (at least five years field experience) with hands-on project operations or implementation experience in rural WASH sector,
Experience of working in a development organization in WASH sector (experience with rural water supply system functionality and sustainability will be desirable);
Demonstrated knowledge of gravity fed rural water supply system design, supervision, GESI, Disability Inclusive Development, Behaviour Change Communication and environmental issues;
Knowledge and skills in project planning, budgeting, monitoring, and reporting;
Ability to implement qualitative and quantitative monitoring and evaluation processes as per project guidance;
Adequate IT skills and proficiency in Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint to be able to complete project monitoring and reporting requirements;
Ability to provide professional facilitation services to and support multi-stakeholder forums for WASH sector strengthening;
Experience working with local partners, including governmental agencies, development partners, civil society organizations, private sector, and potentially disadvantaged groups;
Proven ability to understand and facilitate capacity building activities;
Aspiring for good service delivery with strong people centred skills, and interpersonal skills, committed, pro-active and dynamic;
Demonstrated creativity, willingness to innovate, and to think systematically and strategically;
Willingness and ability to live and work in the assigned duty station for the contract duration, and to travel in remote areas;
Commitment to child protection principles and practice.
How to Apply:
If you believe that your credentials meet the outlined profile, we invite you to apply by uploading your CV (not more than 3 page) with motivation letter (not more than 1 page) by clicking on the "I'm interested" button before 24 January 2021.
ONLY SHORTLIST CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED.
For more information on SNV, please refer to our website: www.snv.org
Starting from 2011, SNV has designed scalable and impact oriented programmes within four sectors that are aligned with the Government of Nepal’s development priorities.
The three key sectors SNV works in are Agricultural and Forest Products; Renewable Energy; and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene.
We explicitly emphasise institutional development and local ownership of programmes. In order to enhance our impacts, we actively seek partnerships for funding, joint programme implementation and knowledge sharing.