[DevJobsIndo] Re-advertise Vacancy : (WASH) Water Sanitation & Health Officer, based in Jakarta

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




Water
Sanitation & Health
(WASH) Officer



Job Purpose:

The post will be part of the WASH and Market Project which aim to design,
implement, learn and advocate the use of market based intervention in preparedness
and humanitarian response team.  The post will require engagement
with government agencies, local authorities, and private sector. The work
may involve in capacity building/training of market analysis; market-based
contingency planning; market analysis in emergency/EMMA


Key Responsibility:

Capacity Building and Training

–        Review
of lessons learnt from WASH emergency responses specifically on WASH related
commodities


–        Mapping
of institutions and review its policies and strategies related to DRR,
and provision of WASH in emergencies


–        Mapping/identification
WASH service providers & undertake stakeholder analyses of critical
market actors in both pre- and post-emergency


–        Prepare
training material and guidance on data collection and analysis and undertake
initial EMMA/Market Analysis training


–        Undertake
EMMA training of staff from government agencies, NGOs and private sector


–        Review
experiences from training and update WASH-EMMA methodology and market mapping
tool based on feedback.

Policy and Planning

–        Contribute
to the design baseline information on socio-economic data and livelihood
groups.


–        Setting
up select critical market systems along with the identification of key
analytical questions


–        Contribute
to the design of household/community level surveys to assess demand and
assess coping strategies (LH Spc)


–        Contribute
to the design pre-crisis baseline information and develop database of suppliers
of WASH services


–        Lead
the preparation of market maps and use to identify shortfalls and access
constraints.


–        Along
with private sector specialist to explore alternative products and service
designs required in crisis situations and assess availability and compatibility
with existing market chains.


–        Contribute
into development of  response strategies based on the market response
analysis logic, identify instruments to support implementation

Public-Private Partnership

–        Contribute
in the assessment of business vulnerability to crisis and strengthen the
ability of businesses respond in different scenarios


–        Strengthening
response capabilities through private sector partnerships


–        Strengthen
of local authority disaster preparedness plans by incorporating a more
market based consideration

Market System Rehabilitation/Humanitarian
– should there be emergency to apply EMMA

–        Lead
the EMMA process


–        Prepare
recommendations for response options


–        Document
EMMA and present results and recommendations for humanitarian response.


–        Evaluation
of learning to assess effectiveness of response strategies.  

Advocacy and Engagement

–        Contribute
to dissemination/engagement strategy of the use of market analysis i.e.
in Oxfam media outlet (social media, newsletter, blog, etc)


–        Support
the dissemination workshop – the results from market mapping activities


–        Generate
case study to promote of integration of market analysis/EMMA results in
national contingency & disaster response plans


–        Participate/contribute
in inter-country meetings to integrate development programmes with emergency
response strategies  


–        Contribute
to the development of policy briefs for pro-poor market development and
emergency rehabilitation


–        Contribute
to the promotion the use of market in emergency in interagency forum to
promote policy and advocate any practice changes.

Requirements:

      ·
       
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 WASH in emergency programming


·        Experienced,
familiarity or at least were trained in Cash Transfer Program, HEA (household
economic analysis), EMMA (Emergency Market Mapping and Analysis), or other
market tools


·        Ability
to plan and coordinate the work with other project team to ensure that
success 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: 24 October 2015


Send your complete application along with your CV to
[email protected]
 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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