WaterAid: Head of Programs (Nigeria)

Posted on :

8 Jul, 2010

Category :

Administrative Jobs in Nigeria, NGO Jobs in Nigeria, Non profit Organization Jobs

WaterAid is a UK registered international charity dedicated to the provision of safe water, sanitation and hygiene education to the world’s poorest people. We support local organizations to manage low cost, sustainable projects and also provide policy support to secure the right of poor people to affordable water and sanitation services.

To effectively implement our country strategy, WaterAid Nigeria is inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the following position:

You will bring strategic leadership towards achieving the objectives of WaterAid and ensure effective implementation of our programme delivery. You will balance technical expertise with ability to motivate and mentor your team implementing partners. As a member of their senior management Team, you will set the direction and professional standards of this international development agency.

The position is based in Abuja but will require regular travel to support out work in the states, LGAs and over 40 local partner organizations and occasional travel outside the country.

Minimum requirements include Master Degree in Hydro-geological or Water Engineering (or other relevant field). Full membership of a relevant professional body will be an added advantage. You will also have a strong knowledge of experimental research and advocacy to support our influencing work. You Interested candidates should access the application pack on our website www.wateraid.org/nigeria and fill out the application form online.

Application Forms should be e-mailed to
[email protected]

Please note that ONLY applications submitted on WaterAid’s Standard Application Form will be considered. Closing date for submission of all application is Sunday 18th July, 2010 and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

WaterAid is an equal opportunity employer, women and the disabled are particularly encouraged to apply.

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