Log water and sanitation manager

Log water and sanitation manager



  • Diploma in water engineering, specialist in water treatment, geologist, hydrogeologist, repair technician or have other technical qualifications related to this sector of activity.


  • 2 years working experience
  • supervisory and/or training expertise is a definite plus


  • 6 months minimum


  • English level B1

The water, hygiene and sanitation (watsan) manager is responsible for ensuring the supply of good quality water to health facilities and/or people deprived of water because of conflict or natural disaster, etc. Liaising with the medical team, the WATSAN manager is responsible for

  • hospital hygiene,

  • setting up vector disease control,

  • building showers and latrines, etc., and

  • the infrastructure required to dispose of sewage and clinical waste.


  • Management of the water and sanitation equipment required by the project: procurement, installation, maintenance and supervision of equipment,

  • Organisation of the project's watsan infrastructure: small-scale construction and refurbishment works, and other water, hygiene and sanitation activities,

  • Supervising and training logistics teams and locally employed and/or international personnel.

  • Providing logistical Watsan support to medical teams,

  • Working with the medical teams and project coordinator to define the operational strategies and logistical objectives of the project.