إعلان وظيفة شاغرة رقم: 3439

المسمى الوظيفي:  NES WASH WORKING GROUP DEPUTY COORDINATOR (AI-Hassaka or Amuda)

اخر موعد للتقديم: 16/08/2020

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الجهة المعلنة: Confidential غير معلن

مقر العمل: AI-Hassaka or Amuda 

كيفية التقدم للمنصب:       

Please submit your application (CV, cover letter, 3 references) to:

Solidarités International office:

Or send by email to:  with the following subject WWG COO DP_Aug20

Only selected candidates will be contacted for the next

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JOB Vacancy Announcement #: (3439)


Application deadline: 16/08/2020

Other Information’s:

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

CVs should be in English Language and in Word or PDF format.

Job Requirements:         

  • Personal abilities and Technical competences:

o Education

  • Diploma (Bachelor or Master) in communications, international relations, management or other relevant field + 4 years of experience in the same areas including 1 year in a similar position with an I/NGO with either team management or advisory role.
  • If no diploma or lower diploma in these areas equivalent and 5 to 7 years’ progressive experiences in grants management, partnership and proposal writing/reporting will be requested including 1 year in a similar position with an I/NGO with either team management or advisory role.

o Mandatory Skills:

  • Excellent writing and editing skills in English and Arabic, including translation skills if necessary;
  • Excellent communication and coordination skills, and enthusiasm for working with a multicultural team
  • Excellent analytical, problem-solving and decision-making capacity, with a collaborative approach to work
  • Past experience in project management and implementation, as well as monitoring and reporting;
  • Past experience in professional development, including capacity building and training;
  • Ability to travel to the field to Erbil, Syria etc…];
  • Strong ability to use all Microsoft Office programs
  • Strong time management skills, with the ability to prioritise and work to deadline efficiently
  • Strong leadership skills and sense of initiative

o Desirable

  • Knowledge of program support components (such as budget development, logistic procedures and administration);
  • Past experience in donor relation and communications

Job Description:

Supporting Service Delivery

  • Facilitating coordination efforts between WASH actors active in NES with a particular attention to the inclusion of local authorities and civil society (CSO, CBO, LNGO)
  • Maintain partner and coverage data base to identify and project future gaps as assigned to the position under the responsible thematic intervention area
  • Supporting the establishment/maintenance of appropriate WSWG coordination tools and mechanisms (4W, information sharing, Online Response Platform, assessments, meetings physical and online)
  • Acting as a focal point for inquiries on the WASH sector, including response plans, identification/filling of gaps for local authorities and civil society (CSO, CBO, LNGO, local councils)
  • Working with the IMO to ensure compliance with WASH partner monthly 4W submissions and the Online Response Platform and ensuring WASH partner data is anonymised
  • Actively contributing to needs assessment and analysis and supporting the development of standard assessment formats for use within the sector
  • Able to simultaneously support the coordination needs of a range of different WASH beneficiaries (camps, host communities, water stations/infrastructure) as well as different response contexts e.g. disease outbreaks, population displacements and any threat to the continuity of WASH service delivery

Informing the NES NGO Forum’s Strategic Decision Making

  • Supporting the WSWG IMO in upcoming assessments related to highlighting needs, gaps and required WASH responses
  • Supporting the drawing of lessons learned from past activities and revising strategies and WASH response plans accordingly
  • Contributing to the WSWG Team’s context analysis of humanitarian WASH needs on the ground
  • Ensuring the WASH needs and responses are always included in the NES Forum’s analysis and plans

Planning and Implementing WSWG Strategies

  • Being a key part of rolling out the WSWG workplan, especially at the operational field level
  • Giving support to the annual HNO/HRP or ad-hoc funding calls process and their implementation in the different types of work (camps, host communities, water stations/infrastructure)
  • Contributing, were appropriate, to developing indicators in order to assess and monitor the impact of WASH programs and to adjust them where needed

Monitoring and Evaluation of WSWG Performance

  • Contributing to and supporting this process
  • Ensuring NES standards are maintained throughout response implementation, including site monitoring visits.

Building National Capacity in Preparedness and Contingency Planning

  • Conducting technical training in local language when required
  • Developing/upgrading/translating guidelines for the sector in close collaboration and consultation with all the relevant stakeholders
  • Building capacity of local councils and governance structures in NES
  • Contributing to preparedness and contingency planning, given the range of scenarios that could unfold in NES over the coming months.

Supporting Robust Advocacy

  • Supporting the coordination team in Identifying key operational and/or contextual issues negatively affecting the WASH response in NES and support appropriate and timely advocacy actions.

Accountability to Affected Populations

  • Strengthening WSWG partner’s engagement with local and district councils
  • Support the development of accountability guidelines within the NES WWG


  • Generating activity reports as required
  • Liaise with partners to consolidate reporting information
  • Support to the WWG IM in the generation of data tracking and reporting
  • Provision of written meeting minutes as directed

Other Responsibilities as agreed with the WSWG Coordinator

Advertiser :Confidential غير معلن

Duty Station: AI-Hassaka or Amuda

How to Apply:

 Please submit your application (CV, cover letter, 3 references) to:

Solidarités International office:

Or send by email to:  with the following subject WWG COO DP_Aug20

Only selected candidates will be contacted for the next

Please consider to mention the advert ID (Above) and the job title in the email subject.

only English CVs will be accepted with taking in regards to be Word or PDF

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