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DevWorks’ mission is to support people around the world to pursue opportunities for equitable social and economic growth to create stronger, more resilient communities. DevWorks builds on 10 years of experience implementing high-quality donor-funded projects in 19 countries across Central and South America, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Asia.

DevWorks hiring and recruitment practices are based on commitment, flexibility, and integrity. We support our staff’s growth professionally and personally.

Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) – Finance and Operations

    Location: Kathmandu, Nepal

    Start Date: Contingent upon Award, anticipated May 2023

    Job Description

    DevWorks is currently seeking a Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) – Finance and Operations for the upcoming 5-year USAID-funded Nepal Agricultural Transformation activity. The position is contingent upon award, with an anticipated total value of $25-30 million.

    The activity seeks to catalyze a transformation in Nepal’s agricultural sector that will lay the foundation for broad based and inclusive economic growth. Specific objectives include improving agricultural productivity and crop diversity; enhancing the enabling policy environment to encourage private sector investment in agriculture; increasing market linkages; improving the economic resilience of women, youth, and marginalized communities; and building the capacity of national agriculture research institutions and extension systems.

    The DCOP – Finance and Operations will be responsible for managing the finance and administration components of the program in country by ensuring consistency with DevWorks standard operating procedures, policies and accounting principles, and compliance with USAID regulations. The position will be responsible for overall financial management of the project including but not limited to assisting the Chief of Party with contractual compliance; monitoring project budget and expenditures; making cash flow projections; and ensuring timely and qualitative financial reporting in accordance with USAID requirements. Primary responsibilities will also include supervision of field operations, administration, logistics, and procurement; management, delivery, and monitoring of sub-grants; supervision of program monitoring, evaluation, and reporting; and ensuring quality control and timeliness of all deliverables as required by USAID. The day-to-day operations will include developing and implementing financial, administrative, and personnel systems and liaising with the Chief of Party to ensure that project’s accounting, contracts, human resources, IT, and operations needs are met.

     The following qualifications apply to this Key Personnel position:

      • Ten (10) or more years of experience managing finance, operations and security for international donor-funded programs, with at least 5 years of experience working with USAID-funded projects.
      • Ten (10) or more years of experience working in developing countries, with a strong preference for experience in Nepal or South Asia (local candidates are strongly encouraged to apply).
      • Five (5) or more years of progressively responsible supervisory experience, including direct supervision of professional and support staff; quality evaluation of staff performance and deliverables; and contracts/grants management.
      • Master’s degree or higher in Business, Development Management, Economics, Public Administration, Education, or a related field.
      • Excellent management skills and good knowledge of USAID procedures and policies, agreement compliance, financial planning and management, procurement, sub-award management, and other management support areas/functions, including the ability to manage multidisciplinary teams.
      • Proven leadership in overall project management and a strong track record of meeting targets and deadlines for a project of similar scope and size.
      • Fluency in English and Nepali is required.

    How to Apply

    Please send your CV and cover letter to dcresume@devworks.org with “Nepal Agriculture DCOP – Finance” in the subject line.

    DevWorks International is an Equal Opportunity Employer. DevWorks encourages applications from qualified persons of every race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, and disability.

    Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) – Technical

      Location: Kathmandu, Nepal

      Start Date: Contingent upon Award, anticipated May 2023

      Job Description

      DevWorks is currently seeking a Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) – Technical for the upcoming 5-year USAID-funded Nepal Agricultural Transformation activity. The position is contingent upon award, with an anticipated total value of $25-30 million.

      The DCOP – Technical, in coordination with the Chief of Party, will be responsible for managing the project’s technical intervention strategy, work planning, and activity design. Areas of technical responsibility will include improving agricultural productivity and crop diversity; enhancing the enabling policy environment to encourage private sector investment in agriculture; increasing market linkages; improving the economic resilience of women, youth, and marginalized communities; and building the capacity of national agriculture research institutions and extension systems. The DCOP – Technical will provide technical oversight, support and coaching to component leads, field-based advisors, local partners, and other local stakeholders.

      The following qualifications apply to this Key Personnel position:

        • Master’s degree in agronomy, agribusiness or related field, plus eight (8) years of prior work experience in international development or related field, including at least five years of work experience in the agriculture and/or rural development sector;
        • Strong understanding of agriculture policy, agriculture economics, private sector agribusiness, and agriculture investment enabling environment;
        • Strong understanding of agricultural market systems and value chain approaches;
        • Experience working with agricultural value chain actors including producer and farmer associations, marketing groups, input suppliers, agribusinesses and rural development NGOs/CSOs.
        • Proven record of accomplishment in capacity building of agribusinesses and producer groups, including professionalization of management, improving access to finance, and strengthening market linkages;
        • Previous experience with projects of a similar magnitude and complexity; previous work experience on USAID-funded projects is preferred.
        • Excellent management skills and good knowledge of donor (preferably USAID) procedures and policies, agreement compliance, financial planning and management, procurement, sub-award management, and other management support areas/functions, including the ability to manage multidisciplinary teams
        • At least three (3) years of progressively responsible supervisory experience, including: direct supervision of professional and support staff, quality evaluation of staff performance and deliverables.
        • Excellent oral and written communication skills, strong interpersonal and team building skills, and demonstrated organizational skills including a strong track record in meeting deadlines.
        • Ability to interact regularly and professionally across cultures and languages.
        • Fluency in English and Nepali is required.

      How to Apply

      Please send your CV and cover letter to dcresume@devworks.org with “Nepal Agriculture DCOP – Technical” in the subject line.

      DevWorks International is an Equal Opportunity Employer. DevWorks encourages applications from qualified persons of every race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, and disability.

      Risk Reduction and Crisis Response Consultant
      • Remote with option for travel to project location
      • Short-Term Technical Assistance (Consulting)
      1. Organization Description

      DevWorks International (DevWorks) is a U.S. based non-profit and has been a USAID implementer since 2010. DevWorks brings together a core team of solutions-oriented development professionals with expertise and experience across technical areas and geographies. Our approach is grounded in private sector engagement and improved service delivery, while building local capacity through ongoing partnerships and relationships.

      We deliver market-based solutions across five areas: agriculture, water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH), youth, governance, and natural resource management. Based on our advisory experience and understanding of socioeconomic and political contexts, we collaborate with knowledge institutions, governments, private sector, and civil society to provide evidence and arguments to enrich policy debates. DevWorks guides decision makers who adopt recommendations resulting from proven interventions and helps translate these recommendations into effective policies, rules, and regulations that support scaling up.

      For more information, please visit: www.devworks.org

      1. Job Description

      Start Date – Immediately

      DevWorks is currently seeking a consultant with experience in agriculture production-focused resilience and crisis response in fragile contexts. This is a short-term position with travel to project location to support program implementation.

      The consultant will bring a deep knowledge of crisis response and management support to project activities, working closely with technical staff for both rapid implementation and coordination of field teams to provide additional technical support as needed in a humanitarian support context.

      Responsibilities:

      • Provide technical expertise and oversight, strategic leadership, and management for ‘rapid response’ program implementation
      • Support the management team to develop a detailed implementation plan and effectively achieve the goals, oversee performance, and meet activity indicator results and targets
      • Assist day-to-day work planning and coordination of staff
      • Responsible for the overall implementation of rapid response crisis management interventions and meeting activity objectives
      • Ensure close collaboration and coordination with community, commune, and broader government stakeholders
      • Other duties as assigned
      1. Qualifications

      Required Qualifications

      • A Master’s degree in environmental science, natural resource management, agricultural science, international development, or other relevant graduate degree.
      • Minimum eight (8) years of work experience in agricultural resilience and food security, particularly in fragile contexts; and agricultural production planning, or similar lines of work. Experience mobilizing logistics, procurement, and response teams through a crisis response lens in Sahelian West Africa.
      • Knowledge or understanding of social, economic, and political context governing rural economic development and food security in Sahelian West Africa.
      • Strong program management background with ability to create and execute rapid implementation of program activities and managing all aspects of the program including personnel, budget, coordination and collaboration, and overall technical direction.
      • Experience working in and having a clear understand of operating context in a conflict environment where humanitarian and development assistance converge.
      • Ability to quickly adapt to new work environments and understand new unfamiliar sectors.
      • Collaborative team player and effective communicator.
      • Strong interpersonal, writing, and oral presentation skills in English and French.

      How to Apply

      Please send your CV and cover letter to dcresume@devworks.org with “Crisis Response Consultant” in the subject line. 

      DevWorks International is an Equal Opportunity Employer. DevWorks encourages applications from qualified persons of every race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, and disability.

      Staff Accountant - US HQ Office

      Reports to: Corporate Controller

      Work location: Bethesda, MD-Hybrid. Remote possible.

      Classification: Exempt

      Status: Full-time

      Salary Range: $55,000-$65,000

      Job Description

      DevWorks International is seeking a Staff Accountant to provide day to day accounting and administrative support to HQ office. The Staff Accountant is a key member of the finance team and will ensure that vendor invoices are processed and paid on time and our books are maintained properly among other duties.

      Specific duties include:

      Accounts Payable and GL:

      • Reviews all vendor invoices and enter in Unanet ERP system for approval and posting. Prepare or/and organize relevant supporting documents to process payments.
      • Review consultant agreements; properly filing the documents.
      • Process timely payment of all invoices. Follows up with vendors on any issues with invoices or transfers. Recording vendor invoices payments in Unanet.
      • Maintain and update banking information for all vendors, keeping payment templates accurate and current in online banking and StoneX.
      • Maintain vendor profiles, including creating new vendors, ensuring required documents are properly archived (W-9, contracts/agreements), identifying 1099 applicability, keeping the data in the master file current.
      • Work with corporate controller in preparing annual 1099s for applicable vendors.
      • Monitor company credit card charges, pay credit card balances, and follows up on erroneous charges. Reconcile credit card charges monthly.
      • Making various monthly GL entries including but not limited to Bank cash transactions, month-end accruals, and adjusting entries if needed.
      • Perform bank reconciliation for 2 bank accounts-operating and project account. Monitor bank account activities to ensure all transactions are accurate
      • Keeps track of fixed assets; ensures that assets are accurately added to the depreciation schedule and properly depreciated; enter month depreciation entries.
      • Identify prepaid expenses when processing invoices, maintain and update prepaid expense schedules, and prepare the monthly entry to amortize prepaid expenses.
      • Assist with annual audit requests.
      • Provides administrative support to the CFO and CEO; Other duties as assigned.

      Payroll:

      • Maintain and update employee payroll profiles in Paychex system, including creating new employees and de-activating terminating employees. Ensure all employee information is properly archived.
      • Process company payroll bi-weekly. Prepare payroll related entries in Unanet.
      • Upload employee FSA and HSA contributions.

      Qualifications

      • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from a 4-year college or university, with a solid understanding of accounting concepts and principles.
      • Minimum of 2-3 years’ professional experience working as an accountant.
      • Strong attention to detail and accuracy in work product.
      • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, especially Word and Excel.
      • Working knowledge of accounting software; Experience of Unanet ERP system preferred.
      • Demonstrate understanding of U.S. Government awards and contracting accounting principles.
      • Knowledge of and experience with U.S. GAAP and nonprofit accounting.
      • Ability to work independently and take initiative, prioritize, and multitask, and complete multiple tasks within deadlines.
      • The ability to interact with staff at all levels in a fast-paced environment, sometimes under pressure, while remaining flexible, proactive, resourceful, and efficient, with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality and minimal supervision.
      • Fluent in English, both spoken and written. Strong written and verbal communicative ability and analytical skills.
      • A high degree of maturity, honesty, trust, and integrity and ability to cultivate these qualities in others.
      • Must be eligible to work in the United States.

      How to Apply

      Please send your CV and cover letter to dcresume@devworks.org with “Staff Accountant – US” in the subject line. 

      DevWorks International is an Equal Opportunity Employer. DevWorks encourages applications from qualified persons of every race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, and disability.

      Chief of Party - Uganda

      Location: Kampala, Uganda

      Start Date: Contingent upon award

      Job Description

      DevWorks International (DevWorks) is recruiting for a Chief of Party (COP) for the anticipated USAID Uganda’s Feed the Future and WASH Activity. This activity will support innovative models to accelerate community- and locally-led resilient economic growth for improved food and water security in the Karamoja sub-region; strategic and sustainable opportunities for strengthening the resilience of marginalized people and communities, including diversifying livelihoods and increasing assets in Karamoja; effective approaches for sustainably improving the nutritional status of women and children in Karamoja; and innovative, sustainable ideas and approaches for improving watershed and water resource management.

      The COP will provide overall leadership, management, and technical direction for the program – ensuring an integrated vision among diverse components and actors – to achieve the desired results. This position will lead program strategic planning and decision making and will be responsible for overall activities of sub-recipients. The COP will work directly with USAID and will be a key liaison to implementing partners and other stakeholders. This position will ensure full compliance with all USAID, DevWorks, and other fiduciary regulations and will oversee the project reporting process in line with donor requirements. The COP will supervise project staff including professional performance management and coaching.

      Qualifications

      • Minimum of ten (10) years of experience in designing and implementing agriculture projects.
      • Minimum of ten (10) years of work experience in developing countries, preferably in Uganda or South-Central Africa.
      • Minimum five (5) years of successful experience as Chief of Party, Team Leader, Project Director or equivalent position for donor-funded projects of similar magnitude and complexity in developing countries.
      • Strong understanding of and background in technical areas such as watershed and water resource management, food and water security, climate-smart agriculture, nutrition-sensitive agriculture, and economic and environmental resilience.
      • Previous experience in and ability to work in post-conflict and insecure operating environments.
      • Master’s degree or higher in Agricultural Development, Agricultural Economics, Business, International Development, Public Policy, or another related field.
      • Demonstrated experience in progressively responsible supervisory positions, including direct supervision of professional and support staff; quality evaluation of staff performance and deliverables; and contracts/grants management.
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
      • Fluency in English required.

      How to Apply

      Please send your CV and cover letter to dcresume@devworks.org with “Chief of Party (COP) – Uganda Feed the Future and WASH Activity” in the subject line.

      Chief of Party - North Macedonia

      Location: North Macedonia

      Start Date: Contingent upon award

      Job Description

      DevWorks International (DevWorks) is recruiting for a Chief of Party (COP) for the anticipated USAID Youth Actively Create opportunities (YACO) Activity. This activity will be based on the idea that there is no greater resource than youth power to achieve the Country Development and Cooperation Strategy Goal “USAID Partnerships Promote a Prosperous, Well-Governed, and Resilient North Macedonia Committed to Euro-Atlantic Integration.” USAID/North Macedonia knows that working with youth is a strategic imperative, that youth are the NOW, not the future, and that to solve the issues impacting the country, power will need to shift into the hands and hearts of young people.

      The COP will provide overall leadership, management, and technical direction for the program – ensuring an integrated vision among diverse components and actors – to achieve the desired results. This position will lead program strategic planning and decision making and will be responsible for overall activities of sub-recipients. The COP will work directly with USAID and will be a key liaison to implementing partners and other stakeholders. This position will ensure full compliance with all USAID, DevWorks, and other fiduciary regulations and will oversee the project reporting process in line with donor requirements. The COP will supervise project staff including professional performance management and coaching.

      Qualifications

      • Minimum of ten (10) years of experience in designing and implementing positive youth development-based projects.
      • Minimum of ten (10) years of work experience in developing countries, preferably in Eastern Europe.
      • Minimum five (5) years of successful experience as Chief of Party, Team Leader, Project Director or equivalent position for donor-funded projects of similar magnitude and complexity in developing countries.
      • Strong understanding of and background in technical areas such as positive youth development, youth workforce development programming, or youth civic engagement project implementation.
      • Previous experience in and ability to work in post-conflict and insecure operating environments.
      • Master’s degree or higher in International Development, Economics, Education, or another related field.
      • Demonstrated experience in progressively responsible supervisory positions, including direct supervision of professional and support staff; quality evaluation of staff performance and deliverables; and contracts/grants management.
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
      • Fluency in English required.

      How to Apply

      Please send your CV and cover letter to dcresume@devworks.org with “Chief of Party (COP) – Macedonia Youth Actively Create opportunities (YACO) Activity” in the subject line.

      Finance Intern - Nepal

      Job Description

      The USAID-funded Health and Hygiene Activity (also known as the Swachchhata Project) aims to contribute to Nepal’s Country Development Cooperation Strategy goal of a healthier and well-nourished population. The Project focuses on improving quality of health service delivery and hygiene in seven districts in Lumbini and Karnali provinces. SNV USA is recruiting for this position as described below:

      The Finance Intern will be based in the Swachchhata Project Office in Nepalgunj. The Finance Intern, under close supervision of the Swachchhata Finance & Operation Manager/Senior Finance Manager, will support the day-to-day work of the Finance team.

      Qualifications

      • Bachelor’s degree in accounting/ finance.
      • Computer skills on Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and the internet.
      • Ability to take initiatives, work independently and meet deadlines.
      • Good knowledge of the English language, both written and oral.
      • Good communication skills.

      A full description (ToR) of the Finance Intern position can be found HERE. SNV USA has adopted a new trade name and is doing business as DevWorks International. 

      How to Apply

      To apply, interested Nepalese nationals should submit a cover letter and CV by 10 May 2022 to: mchaudhary@devworks.org stating the proper Vacancy Code 2022-04 in the email subject line. Women, minorities and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

      Re-invitation for Bid: (Ref No. SNV USA/SWACHCHHATA/02-2022)

      The USAID-funded Swachchhata Project aims to contribute to Nepal’s Country Development Cooperation Strategy goal of a healthier and well-nourished population. The Project focuses on improving quality of health service delivery and hygiene in seven districts in Lumbini and Karnali provinces. The Project is releasing this Invitation for Bids for Nepali-registered suppliers/service providers to support construction of Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) infrastructures for 15 Health Facilities (HFs). Fabricated and ready-made construction materials needed include cement, rebar, HDPE pipes & fittings, GI pipes & fittings, PVC and CPVC pipes & fittings, toilet and bathroom fittings. Bids should include the cost of delivery of materials.

      SNV USA has adopted a new trade name and is doing business as DevWorks International. To apply, please submit a bid document with company profile, detailed costs/Bill of Quantities, including all taxes and expenses, and schedule of delivery of materials to project sites in Surkhet and Dailekh districts. The deadline for submission is 20 April 2022 by 5:00 PM Nepal time. The bid documents must be submitted in a sealed envelope to the following address:

      Attn: Badri Lamsal
      SWACHCHHATA Project Office
      B.P. Chowk, Korianpur-12, Nepalgunj, Banke
      Tel: 977-81-521989

      The full Invitation for Bids document can be found HERE with specific details of the bid requirements.

      Annex 1: Bill of Quantity templates for Surkhet and Dailekh districts can be found below or by sending a request by e-mail to mchaudhary@devworks.org.

      Finance and Compliance Director - Liberia

      Location: Monrovia, Liberia

      Start Date: Contingent upon award, anticipated November 2022

      Job Description

      DevWorks International (DevWorks) is recruiting for a Finance and Compliance Director for the anticipated USAID Liberia Food Security, Nutrition, and Resilience (FSNR) Activity. FSNR will support smallholder farmers, subsistence farmers, cooperatives, women, and youth groups to achieve increased sustainable agricultural production and productivity. FSNR will target rural and peri-urban communities within the counties of Lofa, Bong, Nimba, Margibi, Grand Bassa, and Montserrado.

      The Finance and Compliance Director will be responsible for managing the finance and compliance components of the project in country by ensuring consistency with DevWorks’ standard operating procedures, policies and accounting principles, and compliance with USAID regulations. S/he will be responsible for overall financial management of the project including assisting the Chief of Party with contractual compliance; monitoring project budget and expenditures; making cash flow projections; and ensuring timely and qualitative financial reporting in accordance with USAID requirements. Primary responsibilities will also include supervision of field operations, administration, logistics, and procurement. The day-to-day operations will include developing and implementing financial, administrative, and personnel systems and liaising with the Chief of Party to ensure that project’s accounting, contracts, human resources, IT, and operations needs are met.

      Qualifications

      • Minimum of ten (10) years of experience and progressive responsibility in finance and accounting, project operations, and office administration.
      • Minimum of five (5) years of experience working on USAID-funded projects in finance in administration.
      • Experience leading and managing the financial aspects of USAID projects, including a demonstrated understanding of applicable USG regulations for cooperative agreements and/or contracts.
      • Experience with financial reporting for donor-funded projects and demonstrated accuracy in working with large amounts of data.
      • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or equivalent. Advanced degree (MBA, CPA, or equivalent) preferred.
      • Previous experience in Liberia or another West African country strongly preferred.
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
      • Fluency in English required.

      How to Apply

      Please send your CV and cover letter to dcresume@devworks.org with “Finance and Compliance Director – Liberia FSNR” in the subject line.

      Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning/Collaboration, Learning, and Adapting (MEL/CLA) Director - Liberia

      Location: Monrovia, Liberia

      Start Date: Contingent upon award, anticipated November 2022

      Job Description

      DevWorks International (DevWorks) is recruiting for a MEL/CLA Director for the anticipated USAID Liberia Food Security, Nutrition, and Resilience (FSNR) Activity. FSNR will support smallholder farmers, subsistence farmers, cooperatives, women, and youth groups to achieve increased sustainable agricultural production and productivity. FSNR will target rural and peri-urban communities within the counties of Lofa, Bong, Nimba, Margibi, Grand Bassa, and Montserrado.

      The MEL/CLA Director will lead the monitoring, evaluation, and learning/collaboration, learning and adapting components of the project. S/he will be responsible for designing the MEL system in alignment with the USAID results framework; leading the project data collection; conducting data analysis to inform the project implementation; and producing timely, accurate, and complete reporting. S/he will be responsible for building the capacity of project staff, local partners, and other stakeholders in the collection, utilization, and dissemination of data. S/he will also lead quarterly CLA pause-and-reflect working group meetings and other CLA activities.

      Qualifications

      • Minimum of eight (8) years of experience designing and implementing MEL and CLA systems for international development projects. Prior experience in a MEL leadership position required.
      • Strong track record of working on projects of similar scope (agriculture, resilience, food security, nutrition, etc.), complexity, and size. Experience in MEL for a USAID Feed the Future activity is desirable.
      • Ability to communicate findings to a range of external and internal stakeholders and apply MEL results to project implementation strategies.
      • Experience mentoring staff in MEL techniques. Experience strengthening the capacity of local organizations in knowledge management and learning.
      • Prior experience leading, designing, managing, and/or commissioning performance evaluations and other types of research.
      • Previous experience in Liberia or another West African country strongly preferred.
      • Master’s degree in Statistics, Public Policy, International Development, or a related field.
      • Proficiency in statistical software such as STATA, SPSS, or a similar package.
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
      • Fluency in English required.

      How to Apply

      Please send your CV and cover letter to dcresume@devworks.org with “MEL/CLA Director – Liberia FSNR” in the subject line.

      Call for Business Development Specialists - Global

      Location: Global

      DevWorks International (DevWorks) seeks international development professionals to join our growing support services practice area. This practice area supports a variety of organizations in business and proposal development, including specific strategy development and opportunity assessments; organizing and managing design sessions; producing and/or revising technical content for key proposal sections; preparing cost proposals with the support of the DevWorks finance team; supporting recruitment efforts; and attending donor workshops/events, among other assignments. Given the wide variety of tasks and assignments, experts of all levels (junior, mid, and senior), are encouraged to apply.

      Qualifications

      • Experience working on donor-funded projects, especially with USAID, USDA, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
      • Undergraduate/graduate degree in political/social science, international relations, or related field
      • Demonstrated understanding of business and proposal development processes
      • Strong organizational skills, execution of tasks, and attention to detail
      • Ability to manage diverse activities and to meet deadlines
      • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team, coordinate and effectively meet program goals
      • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
      • High proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
      • Ability to work closely with organizations based in the developing world
      • Experience with organizational capacity development a plus

      How to Apply

      Please send your CV and cover letter to dcresume@devworks.org with “Business Development Specialist” in the subject line.

      Call for Technical Experts: WASH and Water Resources Management - Global

      Location: Global

      DevWorks International (DevWorks) is seeking technical experts for upcoming projects focused on water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and water resources management (WRM) globally. WASH and WRM experts will provide technical expertise to project teams in topics such as WASH market systems development; enterprise development; governance; sustainable service delivery; access to finance; and climate resilience. Upcoming projects may provide support in a broad range of areas within the WASH sector, including data collection and management; assessment and analysis; strategic planning and program design; capacity building and institutional strengthening; policy, regulatory and institutional support; technical and service delivery; shock response and adaptive management; and performance monitoring and evaluation for the implementation of field activities and projects.

      Qualifications

      • At least six (6) years of relevant experience in the WASH and/or WRM sectors.
      • Previous experience in one or more of the following countries is required: D.R. Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Mozambique, Nepal, Nigeria, Senegal, South Sudan, Tanzania, or Uganda.
      • Previous work experience on USAID-funded projects is strongly preferred.
      • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to achieve consensus on technical and administrative matters. Strong written and oral communication skills.
      • Advanced degree in a relevant discipline.
      • Fluency in English.

      How to Apply

      Please send your CV and cover letter to dcresume@devworks.org with “Technical Expert – WASH” in the subject line.

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