Full-time Deloitte Nigeria: WASH State Supervisor Recruitment
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The Job : WASH State Supervisor
Job Status: Contract Duration 12 Months
Location: Bauchi, Nigeria
Reference Number: DUN056
The responsibilities and key assignments for this consultancy in relation to the SHAWN Project in Bauchi Field Office includes the following:
- Assist the Field Office to strengthen the capacity of WASH sector institutions in the state to implement WASH Programme in communities.
- Support the Field Office to organize activities for building capacities of WASH institutions; and review activity proposals from partners for recommendation to the WASH Specialist for approval.
- Provide technical assistance to State Rural Water and Sanitation Agency (RUWASA) in the implementation, monitoring and supervision of agreed annual work plan.
- Assist the Field Office to conduct regular supportive supervision and monitoring of WASH interventions in the state and end-use monitoring of WASH- related Supplies.
- Assist the field Office to facilitate tracking of progress on programme implementation and production of reports with disaggregated indicators.
- Support RUWASA in maintaining a regular flow of information and establishing data room where all information and documents relating to procurement processes and payments can be obtained.
- Support the state in the documentation of process, progress and best practices of the project implementation to promote evidence-based advocacy and learning (documentaries, human interest stories, case studies, etc.)
- Any other relevant assignment that may be delegated by the supervisor to achieve the planned WASH results.
- Candidates should possess at least a University Degree in Engineering; Public Health; Hydrogeology; Natural Sciences; Social Sciences or other field related to WASH Development. A Post graduate qualification will be an added advantage.
- Good communications and writing skills in English
- Knowledge of Local language Hausa
- At least 6 years of relevant experience in Programme planning, implementation and monitoring preferably in water and sanitation sector.
- Knowledge of community-based water and sanitation management and Hygiene education
- Experience in CLTS implementation
- Experience in community dialogue and advocacy skills
- Team work and negotiation skills on project development issues at State and LGA level
- Excellent presentation skills, both in terms of written and oral communication.
- Willingness to travel to rural and semi-urban areas of the country.
- IT skills with ability to generate data, interpret and utilize it for planning
- Ability to work effectively State RUWASSA and WASH Departments/Units
- Detailed work plan for the implementation of the consultancy
- Monthly Work plan for implementation of WASH Activities in Bauchi and Jigawa state under Bauchi Field Office.
- Monthly reports of WASH activities implemented within the state and progress reports on planned activities from the Field.
- Final consultancy report of all activities carried out.
How To Apply
- All the above mentioned reports are to be submitted on time to the WASH Officer of Bauchi Field Office. Performance will be evaluated by the technical Supervisor every three months, or more frequently if found necessary.
- Based on performance, the Facilitator’s tenure will be extended or terminated. In case of termination, the Facilitator will be notified in accordance with organizational guidelines.