Vanuatu Program Manager
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An exciting opportunity exists to join EWB as a Program Manager in Vanuatu!

Working on a capacity building placement with the Department of Public Health, EWB seeks an experienced professional to support the Departmentof Public Health to finalise and implement Vanuatu National Sanitation Standards.  Building on work already completed by previous EWB field professionals, this role involves coordinating and liaising with other professionals within the sector to finalise appropriate sanitation standards. 

Implementation of the standards will include preparing policy documents, design criteria, standard best practice designs, and training forprovincial and local community health workers.  This part of the role is expected to take on average 3 days per week for 12 months.Working independently, the role also requires the staff member to lead, plan, manage and deliver EWB’s program in Vanuatu, ensure EWB’s team in Vanuatu are well supported, and develop an expansion strategy for EWB’s presence across Vanuatu and other Pacific Island countries.

This is a broad role covering all aspects of engineering and the technical sector, including stakeholders in education, private sector, government and NGOs. This part of the role is expected to take on average 2 days per week for the first 12 months, increasing to full time in the second year.

Please see the position description for more information.

To Apply:

Please submit a cover letter (maximum 3 pages) addressing how you meetthe selection criteria (Qualifications, Knowledge, Experience, Skills and Personal Attributes)and your CV (maximum 3 pages) and send to international@ewb.org.auwith the email subject title “Vanuatu Program Manager”.

Any enquiries can be addressed to this email address: international@ewb.org.au. Please include the email subject title “Vanuatu Program Manager Query”.

International candidates must have the right to work in Australia/ New Zealand.

Applications close at 5pm AEST on Wednesday 8th August 2018

 

 

EWB adheres to statutory laws in Australia, New Zealandand foreign countries regarding child exploitation, child pornography and the abuse of children. We are committed to the protection of children from all forms ofharm. You will be required to sign a Child Protection Code of Conduct prior to being accepted.Confirmation of the role is also subject to satisfactory: procurement of visa and work permits, completion of a first aid certificate, medical examination, criminal record check of the applicant and any accompanying adults.

*Engineers Without Borders:

•Actively encourages M?ori, Pacific Islander, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People to apply.

•Actively encourages women to apply.

•Celebrates diversity and supports an inclusive work place.  Please contact us to discuss any personal assistance required to complete this application.