May 192021


Country: Syrian Arab Republic
Organization: ACTED
Closing date: 23 May 2021


  • Monitor and follow-up latrines cleaning service, in addition to providing suppliers with cleaning materials on a monthly basis

  • Preparing and processing daily and monthly quantities and handover it to data-base

  • Delivery of messages to beneficiaries to maintain public facilities

  • Gather data, contribute in surveys and help feed back findings to stakeholders and the community.

  • Help identify key hygiene practices to be addressed and help to plan and carry out appropriate activities to promote safe practices.

  • Contribute in facilitation, invitation and conducting hygiene promotion sessions within the targeted camps.

  • Encourage the participation of community members throughout hygiene promotion activities.

  • contribute in the in-kind distribution campaigns initially in the assessment and later in the distribution site.

  • Report the hygiene promotion activities outcomes to the supervisor and share required information with ACTED Field Monitors


· High school or above

· Ability to travel/work in KAJ camps clusters and surrounding communities

· Live in camps of Kherbet-Aljowz, Alzouf and Darkoush is prefer

· Working in Humanitarian Organization in Hygiene promotion sector, is prefer.

· Experience in and willingness to work and live in a rural environment

· Cultural sensitive and good communication skills.

· Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills, working with as a team member.

· Good understanding of SPHERE standards and environment protection considerations.

Fluency in Arabic (written and spoken), English skills are preferred

How to apply:

Interested and qualified applicants must apply by fill the application form by this link

Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted

click here for more details and apply

Tipical Questions
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Questions to ask
What skills and experiences would make an ideal candidate? This is a great open-ended question that will have the interviewer put his or her cards on the table and state exactly what the employer is looking for. If the interviewer mentions something you didn’t cover yet, now is your chance.