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This position is for Indonesian Nationals only, based in Jakarta Office, open ended Contract and on C level.

Water Sanitation & Health (WASH) Officer

Job Purpose:
To enable Oxfam to assess, analyse and determine the decision quickly on the WASH/ Hygiene Promotion requirements in emergencies and to monitor the implementation of WASH /hygiene promotion activities. The work may involve in capacity preparedness to response and intervention to the emergency stage. Ensuring all its interventions to meet humanitarian needs and the Oxfam standards

Key Responsibility:

Data and information management
  • Supporting and or carry out needs assessments, baseline studies and periodic studies, and feed back findings to project design as well as stakeholders. 
  • Support the design and application of KAP survey,  project delivery methods and comprehensive monitoring tools and system
  • Project monitoring  including regular report on progress against activities and  indicators 
  • Coordinate with the other project team   to ensure that the DRR  aspects are mainstreamed into WASH/Hygiene promotion project
  • Liaise with  stakeholders  to coordinate within the WASH sector  
  • Keep proper records of field monitoring report
Resources management
  • Recruit, train, and manage partner staff involved in WASH project 
  • Provide support and consultation to partners in regards to the needs of meeting logistics, administration, and HR requirements together with partners WASH field facilitator.
Capacity Building
  • Assess the capacity development needs of selected Oxfam and partner staff, based on the tasks and competencies outlined in their job descriptions, and produce a capacity development plan to meet their needs. 
  • Provide technical assistance to partners  throughout the programme cycle management, through various agreed methodologies such as  on the job training, coaching and mentoring 
  • In agreement with Technical Support Coordinator and Partnership officer, provide supervision for field based partners WASH staff and monitor their capacity development
  • Where appropriate provide support to other Oxfam potential partners and local authorities to increase their understanding of engaging communities in WASH programmes in emergencies  
  • Ensure that essential capacity building materials are made available to all  Partners staff involved in this program  and guide them in familiarising themselves with key documents  
  • Ensure that all capacity building activities promote programme compliance with national and international standards and adhere to Oxfam’s policies and guidelines including promoting  women’s right at the centre pf all WASH preparedness program
  • Liaise with INGOs, NGOs,UN and Government bodies and identify ways in which Oxfam can collaborate and coordinate with them. 
  • Produce progress reports and submit these at intervals to be agreed with the Partner and PHP tech Coordinator
  • Background and qualification in Social Sciences, Community Development, Environmental or Public Health or related discipline, ideally with some experience of working in emergencies. 
  • Experience of using  child based approach in Public Health Promotion program 
  • Experience of working directly with communities, children and  building the capacity of Partners through training, coaching and mentoring.  
  • Strong Monitoring and Evaluation skills to  demonstrate evidence based of project  
  • Ability to plan and coordinate the work with other project team to ensure that DRR aspects are mainstreamed into project approach and activities delivery  
  • Strong communication & interpersonal skills; comfortable engaging in dialogue with a range of actors (communities, local partners, government officials, NGOs and INGOs)  
  • Ability to build good relations within the team and to network externally. 
  • Good understanding of the role of gender and protection issues within community. 
  • Good written and spoken English is essential  
  • Commitment to Oxfam’s aims and values; willingness to abide by Oxfam’s Code of  Conduct and to conform to the Red Cross Code of Conduct
Closing date for all applications is: 23 October 2015
Send your complete application along with your CV to  and mention the position title (WASH Officer) in the subject of the email. Please contact us when you want more information on any the positions mentioned above. We will offer you a competitive remuneration package. 

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