Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Development Alternatives, Inc. ,Chief of Party, Water Resources Integration Development Initiative Jobs in Tanzania

Closing date: 26 Jun 2015

DAI seeks a Chief of Party for an anticipated project in Tanzania called the Water Resources Integration Development Initiative (WARIDI). This 5-year, approximately $50 million project will work at the Rufu
ji and Wami-Ruvu river basins and will have four main components:
· Increasing and strengthening multiple-use water and sanitation services;
· strengthening governance of water resources and services;
· improving livelihoods through private sector investment; and
· strengthening coastal management to adapt to climate change.
The COP will be responsible for overall project management, including field team mobilization and technical leadership; development and implementation of work plans, operational budgets and performance management plans; coordination with the USAID mission, government officials, other donors and partner organizations, and ensuring achievement of project results and objectives. The COP will supervise key project staff and ensure compliance with USAID rules and regulations and DAI policies.
Require Qualifications
  • Successful record leading contracts of similar size and complexity, USAID experience preferred;
  • At least 12 years of experience, preferably some of which is in sub-Saharan Africa, in natural resources management, watershed management, community development, or climate change adaptation
  • Demonstrated ability to establish productive relationships with senior government officials, the business community, civil society, and international donors;
  • Proven ability to develop and communicate a common vision among diverse partners and the ability to lead multi-disciplinary teams;
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills; and
  • An advanced degree in a relevant discipline, such as natural resources management, environmental or civil engineering, public health, governance, etc.
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