Engineers Without Borders is excited to be recruiting a new programme manager!
This is your opportunity to join our team of enthusiastic change makers. EWB is at an important point in our organisational growth and we are looking for a motivated leader. Working with a reasonable amount of autonomy and independence, can you lead and support the strategic growth of our programmes?
- Job Title - Programme Manager
- Employment Basis - Permanent position for 16 hours per week
- Salary - $25,000 per year
- Location - Anywhere in New Zealand (with some travel required domestically and internationally)
- Start Date - November 2018
- Application Closing Date - 5pm Monday 22 October 2018
We are pleased to bring you the first EWB Australia and EWB New Zealand joint staff position in the Pacific. We are seeking an experienced Program Manager to implement sanitation standards in Vanuatu and scale up our Vanuatu program.
If you want an exciting, rewarding and engaging job in paradise, then click the position description and apply before the 8 August 2018!
Early bird tickets to the EWBNZ 2018 Conference are available until May 31st.
Humanitarian Engineering 2018 is a one-day conference on July 6th which will bring together like-minded professionals to share their knowledge about sustainable development and human-centred design.
Southern is one of our student members of our Working With Communities team. He's an engineering student at the University of Canterbury and a long time volunteer with EWBNZ. He recently completed a month in Vanuatu shadowing Matt King, the Project Facilitator and Technical Mentor for the Sanitation in Challenging Environments project. He told us about his summer there.
Southern, helping work on plumbing to the Septic TankRead more
This is your opportunity to join an innovative sanitation project in Vanuatu and support communities in Vanuatu to access sanitation.
Since 2015, EWB has been working with Live and Learn Vanuatu on the early stages of the Western Pacific Sanitation Marketing and Innovation Programme. This programme aimed to improve sanitation and hygiene access and behaviours by improving supply chains and demand for sanitation and hygiene and creating supportive environments in communities that enable behaviour change to occur. Live and Learn's innovative approach to sanitation in the South Pacific is based around establishment of Community Based Sanitation Enterprises (CBSEs). These enterprises are run and owned by the local community and are a market based approach to sanitation. In 2017, a second EWB placement was initiated to strengthen the skills and capacity of the construction teams within the CBSEs.
The next phase will involve expanding to Espiritu Santo through the establishment of a CBSE in Luganville. The focus of this role will be supporting the newly formed CBSE in Luganville with some additional support being provided to the two existing CBSEs in Port Vila.
The Sanitation Technical and Business Mentor will spend approximately 40% of their time on providing business support and 60% providing technical mentoring and construction support.
Working in collaboration with EWB Australia, this placement offers you a great opportunity to make a real impact on the sanitation sector in Vanuatu.Read more