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Latest Jobs Vacancies in Nigeria at WaterAid

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      • Programmes Directorate Intern

      • Purpose of RoleThe post holder will be expected to perform a wide range of duties using independent judgment and initiative to determine approaches or actions to take in non-routine situations. 
        • 15 January
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      • Head of Advocacy, Policy and Communications

      • Grade: G Department: Programmes Directorate. Reports to (title): Director of Programmes Location: WaterAid Nigeria. (Abuja) Direct Reports (titles): Policy and CSO Engagement Manager, Communicatio
        • 06 November, 2019
      • Strategy, Programme Effectiveness and Learning Intern

      • Department: Strategy, Programme Effectiveness and Learning. Reports to (title): Head of Strategy, Programme Effectiveness and Learning. Direct Reports (titles): None. Travel: Potential travel to fi
        • 23 October, 2019
      • Finance and Information Technology Intern

      • Contract duration:12 months Salary:Intern Reports to:Head of Finance and IT Manages:N/A Budget responsibility:None Travel:Limited Job purpose The idea of this role of the Finance Intern is inte
        • 23 July, 2019
      • Finance and Admin Volunteer

      • Job PurposeThe WaterAid volunteering is intended to be a learning and development opportunity for young professionals to gain exposure and build skills through work in an international development org
        • 12 July, 2019
      • EU-TAC Pre Expenditure Verification Consultancy

      • Introduction WaterAid is an international non-for-profit organization dedicated to helping people break free from poverty and disease, unlock their potential and change their lives for good through
        • 26 June, 2019
      • State Project Officer

      • Pay band:Grade D Contract type:18 months fixed term Reports to:State Programme Lead Manages:N/A Budget responsibility:None Travel:60% travel to field locations within and outside the state Team
        • 26 June, 2019
      • Communications Officer

      • Programmes DirectoratePlace of work:WaterAid Nigeria,Pay band:Grade DContract type:1 year consultancy contractReports to:Communications & Media ManagerManages:NoneBudget responsibility:NoneTravel:
        • 20 June, 2019
      • Finance/Admin Volunteer

      • Job PurposeThe WaterAid volunteering is intended to be a learning and development opportunity for young professionals to gain exposure and build skills through work in an international development org
        • 29 April, 2019
      • Head of People & Organizational Development

      • Contract type: Full time/ Permanent Reports to: Country Director Manages: Human Resource & Admin Officer, Security & Logistics Manager Budget responsibility: £200,000 per annum Travel: 1
        • 18 February, 2019
      • Consultancy in Private Sector in WASH Mapping

      • OBJECTIVES To identify private sector companies with strong potential to fund WASH that WANG can engage to increase access to WASH for poor and marginalized people.    To understand
        • 21 January, 2019
      • State Programme Lead

      • Grade: F Department: Programmes Directorate Reports to: Head of Programmes Delivery Contract Type: Two (2) year fixed term (renewable subject to availability of funding) Direct Reports: State Finance
        • 06 December, 2018
      • Learning And Development Manager

      • WaterAid is looking for a Learning and Development Manager to play a vital role in our mission to transform lives with safe water, sanitation and hygiene in the world’s poorest communities. The
        • 03 December, 2018

About WaterAid

With a population of over 150 million people, Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa. Political unrest, poor governance and corruption have led to decades of water shortages, while the population has increased rapidly. Though there is surface and ground water, rapid population growth, particularly in urban areas, has not been supported with additional resources. Only 11% of people have access to safe sanitation and 42% live without access to clean water. Funding for water, sanitation and hygiene is low and there is little coordination within the government. The poorest and most marginalised people live in unofficial slum settlements using expensive private services. - See more at: http://www.wateraid.org/ng/where-we-work#sthash.qlZ9kVLO.dpuf
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