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Program Manager - Sector Strengthening - Cambodia

Employer: WaterAid Australia
Work Type/s: Full Time, Contract
Classification/s: Project Management, Environment & Sustainability, Health Promotion, International Aid & Development, Management
Sector/s: Not For Profit (NFP)
Location: International

Job posted on: 11 January, 2017.
Applications close: 25 January, 2017. (Expired)

The Program Manager – Sector Strengthening (Cambodia) will contribute to delivery of the Royal Government of Cambodia’s National Action Plan by demonstrating how sustainable WASH services can be achieved at the scale of a district, using this experience to bring about changes at a national level and by developing the human resources to reach and sustain universal access in Cambodia.

This position requires a highly motivated individual, a self-starter with exceptional leadership and management skills who is able to work strategically, independently, creatively and collaboratively. The position requires a person who can bring about large-scale changes and has a passion for hygiene, sanitation and water issues. 

Vision for the role

The vision for this role is demonstrate how the National Action Plan and related Provincial Action Plans can be delivered at the district level by leveraging available resources available for greater collective impact. WaterAid’s ‘District Wide Approach’ (DWA) and the principles of the ‘Agenda for Change: Achieving Universal Access to Sanitation Hygiene and Water by 2030’ will be adapted to the Cambodian context and utilised. Experiences gained from the program will be used to inform policy dialogue and decentralisation reforms at the national and sub-national level. In addition to working at the district level, the vision is to strengthen the sector by building systems for developing the next generation of WASH professionals. Initially this will be achieved through strengthening an existing WASH training and resource centre to become a valued, independent organisation.

How to apply for this job

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