Sustainable WASH for All (SusWA)

Non-discrimination/Behavior Change Specialist

Sustainable WASH for All (SusWA)

Non-discrimination/Behavior Change Specialist

Sustainable WASH for All (SusWA) is a bi-lateral WASH sector project funded by the Government of Nepal (GoN) and the Government of Finland (GoF), with added funding from the Delegation of the European Union to Nepal, to be implemented in Karnali Province, Nepal.

Non-discrimination/Behavior Change Specialist

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Duration: 42 person-months, 4 years (+ option 15.75 p/m)

Education: Minimum Bachelor’s degree but preferably Master’s degree, with substantial relevant experience, in Social or Cultural Anthropology, Sociology, Behavioural Sciences or other relevant disciplines;

Language: Fluency in written and spoken English and Nepali

Experience and skills:

  • Minimum 5 years of relevant work experience;
  • Extensive experience of working with communities in issues related to gender equality and social inclusion including the persons with disabilities
  • Experience of working with community mobilisation and analyse harmful social norms
  • Training and facilitation skills;
  • Demonstrated experience designing, implementing, managing, and evaluating behaviour change interventions, preferably programmes with a social marketing component;
  • Demonstrated experience using theory and evidence to design, monitor, and evaluate behaviour change interventions and action related to discriminative social norms
  • Excellent social skills, ability to work and communicate in communities of diverse cultures;
  • Experience in cooperation with development partners;
  • Experience in human rights or social development related issues will be an advantage;
  • Good communication and report writing skills in English and Nepali.

Duties:

  1. Coordination of social development, gender, social inclusion, disability issues and rights-based aspects of planning and implementation;
  2. Coordination of project-level and support to provincial and local level social and geographical targeting
  3. Follow-up, development and participation in the incorporation of human rights, social inclusion, gender equality, good governance in all relevant processes, guidelines and manuals;
  4. Coaching and training of PSU experts, WASH Units and WASH-CCs to develop and achieve social mobilisation and GESI targets at Project, provincial, Municipality and community levels;
  5. Integration of GESI aspects into WSP+++, WASH plans and strategies;
  6. Liaison with other projects and actors to share the best practices in GESI and HRBA;
  7. Integration of gender and social inclusion into all working modalities of local actors and other sector partners;
  8. Coordination of and support to GESI monitoring of WASH plans, implementation and results;
  9. Preparation of community level training modules related to schemes and ward/Mun. level functionaries and training of sector partners to undertake these trainings;
  10. Monitoring and reporting regularly social inclusion and gender equality in beneficiary selection, WASH planning as well as the composition of various committees;
  11. Development, coordination and monitoring of MHM related programmes/activities
  12. Preparation of comprehensive dignified menstruation training package, and organisation of regular interaction with and trainings to communities
  13. Building of behaviour change capacity in Municipalities;
  14. Other duties as assigned by CTA.

Supervisor: CTA

Place of assignment: Project Support Unit (PSU) in Birendranagar with travel to Project municipalities

Shortlisting will be done on the basis of your answers while applying, please answer the questions carefully. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Telephone enquiries will not be entertained.

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