Terms of Reference
Assignment: WaterCredit Officer
Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Duration: 12 months, with potential for extension
Reports to: Country Representative
Deadline for Applications: December 12, 2015
Water.org is an international non-governmental organization working to increase access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). Water.org programs have reached over 3 million people in 12 countries. Since 2003, Water.org has implemented WaterCredit programs with 66 partner financial institutions, facilitating over 620,000 water and sanitation loans totaling over $120 million.
Water.org launched operations in Cambodia in mid-2015 and seeks to build relationships with a broad range of financial institutions (including microfinance institutions, commercial banks, rural banks and/or cooperatives), and water utilities.
Water.org seeks a highly skilled and highly motivated WaterCredit Officer to support its growing portfolio of WASH microfinance programs in Cambodia. This full-time assignment will be based in Phnom Penh with regular travel throughout Cambodia.
The WaterCredit Officer (WCO) is responsible for monitoring and supporting Water.org partner financial institutions in the launch of water and sanitation financial products.
The candidate should have at least five years of relevant experience. The candidates should possess understanding of and familiarity with (i) development finance and approaches and/or (ii) urban and rural water, sanitation and hygiene approaches, and sector trends. For the detail of TOR for this position, please visit: http://water.org/about/careers/
Interested candidates may send a copy of their CV and a cover letter by December 12, 2015 to: email@example.com
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