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WASH Project Manager (Water, sanitation and hygiene)

Негосударственные организации / NGO
  • Регион:Славянск
Английский (выше среднего)

Remuneration: USD 1335-1435 before taxation 


Assignment: Under the guidance of ACTED Consortium Manager, the WASH Project Manager will be responsible for the implementation of a disaster risk reduction project aimed at supporting regional / district / local administrations affected by the conflict in Eastern Ukraine in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector.


WASH Project Manager will coordinate the WASH team activities, lead a water-risk assessment, develop water safety plans in targeted raions as well as oversee the planning and realization of water-related works/ investments. He/she will lead the cooperation with local authorities, local governments and local communities in order to improve water access in districts / cities of regional importance along the contact line.


Duty station:  Sloviansk 



  • Define, update and track, with his/her team and the Consortium Manager, the project implementation strategy, workplan, resource allocation, etc.
  • Together with the Consortium Manager, coordinate the overall WASH team's activities and provide support and guidance to team members as required.
  • Together with the Consortium Manager, be the focal point for communication, coordination and implementation of the WASH projects with the interested bodies assigned by the Consortium Manager.
  • Liaise regularly with the logistics and/or finance teams to facilitate project's FLAT procedures.
  • Participation in planning and conducting activities for communicating, coordinating and implementing the project in specified areas. Conduct meetings with third parties in the process of project implementation.
  • Develop strategy for the development of local authorities related to water, sanitation and hygiene including developing water-risk assessment methodology, facilitating the development of water safety plans in targeted raions.
  • Work closely with local government bodies to develop Water Safety Plans.
  • Ensure that local population's needs and priorities are reflected in all aspects of work and that protection mainstreaming principles are safeguarded.
  • Ensure participation of a wide range of stakeholders (NGOs, CBOs, local community, etc.) in in the process of implementing a system approach directed at disaster risk reduction.
  • Develop strategy for collecting information for research (water quality and access to water supply) in settlements within the 5 km zone.
  • Organize meetings and participate in trainings with various stakeholders.
  • Track progress of activities in line with workplan, and project indicators; together with the Consortium Manager take appropriate steps to adjust project activities if needed.
  • Identify risks, obstacles/problems, refer issues to Consortium Manager as necessary and participate in the process/decisions to mitigate/overcome those.
  • Ensure efficient use of resources in area of responsibility.
  • Support team members, together with the Consortium Manager, to ensure that local authorities in area of responsibility develop plans in line with proposal.
  • Contribute to monthly reporting (PMF/PM report), financial forecasting, logistical planning, etc.
  • Contribute to donor reporting.
  • Contribute to project development.


Experience and skills

  • 4 years of experience in the humanitarian and/or development sector.
  • Experience in the WASH sector and/or disaster risk reduction sector.
  • Good knowledge of local government systems.
  • Experience in water-risk assessments, community engagement and developing strategies/ plans.
  • Experience in emergency simulations.
  • Working knowledge of English is an added value.



  • International team of strong professionals
  • Multinational working environment
  • Reasonable and fair working conditions


Applications in English should be submitted with the title or reference of the position (e-mails without mentioned position will not be considered) till October 2, 2019. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview. ACTED is equal opportunity employer.