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VAC-9130 Wash Monitor


  • Organization: CTG - Committed To Good
  • Location: Bentiu
  • Grade: Level not specified - Level not specified
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Children's rights (health and protection)
    • Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH)
  • Closing Date: Closed

Job description

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Overview of position

Purpose of Activity/Assignment:

As the WASH cluster Co-lead, the organisation proposes establishing a strong independent WASH monitoring system in Bentiu (Unity State) to monitor the delivery of WASH services to IDPs and flood-affected populations. The organisation intends to engage three independent monitors to form the WASH monitoring team. These will be stationed in various strategic locations within Bentiu as part of the WASH monitoring team. The main purpose of this assignment is to improve quality data management for the planning and delivery of WASH services in Bentiu ex-POC and flood IDP sites and ensure accountability to the affected population and the WASH cluster.

Role objectives

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

1.      Review/Development of WASH monitoring concept, including agreed monitoring indicators:

  • Review initial ideas of the WASH monitoring concept and develop a clear concept note on monitoring of WASH implementation in Bentiu.

  • In consultation with the WASH cluster and the client review the current indicators under the WASH 5Ws. Based on the review outcome, develop and/or adapt monitoring indicators to respond to the needs.

  • Based on the indicators and concept note developed the Bentiu WASH framework, including the monitoring plan prepared for reporting and tracking.

2.      Monitoring of WASH implementation in Bentiu.

  • Carry out daily, weekly, and monthly monitoring of WASH implementation in the assigned areas according to the monitoring sheets. In sampling the water quality, ensure adherence to the protocols as laid down in the WASH guidelines.

  • Monitor hygiene implementation focusing on the agreed indicators and document findings. Where necessary, focused group discussions will be carried out in the camps and communities for the qualitative indicators developed.

3.      Capacity strengthening of State Government WASH department and partners.

  • In collaboration with the State MHLPU, establish a State level WASH Information Management system to track State-wide WASH implementation and monitoring by the Government and partners.

  • Conduct on-the-job training for Government personnel and partners on the adoption and use of the WASH IM system to document WASH program implementation in the State.

4.      Reporting

  • End-of-day submission of the monitoring sheets to the team leader for compilation.

  • Team leader will develop weekly monitoring reports and submit to supervisor.

  • Update agreed dashboard in real time to inform decision making.

  • Prepare and submit monthly progress report to supervisor (reporting format will be agreed with supervisor).

  • The report should include proposed remedial and corrective actions to partners from the monitoring results.

5.      Additional support to WASH programme

  • As directed by the supervisor, the team and individual monitors may undertake any other related tasks and provide additional support in line with monitoring of the WASH implementation.

Project reporting
  • This role will work under the technical supervision of the Wash Specialist in Juba & Wash Officer in Bentiu.

Key competencies

·        Teamwork plan for the 6- month duration as per the TOR deliverables.

·        Partners agree to WASH monitoring indicators to respond to key monitoring questions for the response.

·        Monitoring and sampling protocols for Water supply, sanitation, and hygiene, including capacity monitoring.

·        Concept note for development of the monitoring framework.

·        Framework document for monitoring WASH implementation in Bentiu developed.

·        WASH monitoring Dashboard completed.

·        WASH weekly progress report.

·        Monthly progress report.

Team management
                    • This role has no team management responsibility.

                    Further information
                    • Qualified female candidates are encouraged to apply for this role.

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