WASH Field Officers X 7 || International Medical Corps

International Medical Corps

DUE : 09 SEP 2022

WASH Field officers in Gwanda X 1 Gutu X 3 , Bikita X 3

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The Filed Officer is expected to oversee tasks related to the selection of the beneficiaries; support implementation of activities; monitoring activities; communication with counterparts involved in the project preparation, implementation and evaluation in accordance with the existing regulations of Zimbabwe and Donor requirements.


Implement health and hygiene promotion initiatives appropriate to the context and ensuring the technical and social aspects of WASH programming are integrated.
Promote community participation in all WASH activities and provide regular updates to the supervisor.
Monitor and evaluate activities in the communities as per donor and organizational guidelines.
Coordinate with Local Authorities and Government line ministries at field level in project areas in ensuring that WASH interventions are well structured and articulated to appropriate target population.

Identify and conduct trainings at ward level (Gender, CBM, PHHE, latrine construction, Menstrual Hygiene Management).
Enhance exit strategies for interventions in programming as an assurance of sustainability of the project after the phase-out and ensure that organizational goals, vision and the mission statement are clearly understood.
Adherence to the requirements of the CBFRM guidelines & procedures. The employee will implement and take part in activities in line with the CBFRM guidelines.
Any other responsibilities /tasks as deemed necessary.

Code of Conduct
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University degree in Public / Environmental Health/Diploma in Environmental Health or related field in Social Development with a minimum of 3 years’ field experience.
Knowledge of public health and one or more other relevant areas (e.g. health promotion, PHHE, community development, community behavioural engagement and change).
Good knowledge and experience on working with local partner agencies and government departments/staff with a capacity of providing formal and informal training.

Experience and understanding of community mobilization in relation to Community Health Clubs, water, sanitation and hygiene activities.
Sensitivity to the needs and priorities of disadvantaged populations.
Demonstrated experience of integrating protection, gender and diversity issues into public health promotion.
Ability to ride a motorbike/Class 4 drivers licence.

To apply for this position please send your curriculum vitae and cover letter to recruitmentzimbabwe@internationalmedicalcorps.org