Sanitation Financial Inclusion Lead for USAID/Haiti SANIFIN – ReliefWeb

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CARE seeks a Sanitation Financial Inclusion Lead for the anticipated USAID-funded Financing Climate Resilient Sanitation Systems and Services (SANIFIN) award in Haiti. This procurement is expected to be a five-year cooperative agreement in the $5-$12M range. SANIFIN goals include increasing earned revenue and profitability of sanitation services; increasing household and service provider access to financing for sanitation services; improved quality, equity, and resilience of sanitation products and services; and increased availability and sustainable management of safe sanitation for underserved households in Haiti. Strategic Objective 3 (SO3) of SANIFIN is focused on increasing household and service provider access to financing for sanitation products, services, and enterprises, with clear sub-objectives related to financial literacy, financial capacity building, and creditworthiness. In line with USAID NPI objectives, SANIFIN will work to increase localization, achieve sustainable and resilient results, and catalyze more effective partnering for impact. For a broader understanding of the SANIFIN goals and objectives, please refer to the USAID APS: https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=338293.
The procurement is expected to be awarded in July 2022. This position is subject to project award and funding. This position is open to Haitian nationals and diaspora candidates. This position is anticipated to be based in Les Cayes.
The Sanitation Financial Inclusion will lead to support of the SANIFIN project. Under the guidance of the Chief of Party, the Financial Inclusion Lead will be responsible for the strategic vision and leadership of the activity’s financial inclusion strategy, implementation, and learning. They will provide technical and supervisory leadership on relevant assessments, program design, implementation, adaptation, and learning, with the SO3 goal of increasing households and service providers’ access to financing for sanitation services, products, and enterprises. They will provide input to project leads and partners to meet objectives and program quality standards, and they will lead implementation, iteration, and learning associated with all sanitation financing components and financial capacity building.
Together with the SANIFIN Chief of Party and Senior Management Team members, they will develop and update the project strategy, workplans, budgets, learning initiatives, and coordination mechanisms. They will work closely with service providers, local authorities, and municipalities in Haiti. The Lead is expected to mentor and build the capacity of CARE and partner staff.
The SANIFIN Financial Inclusion Lead will be responsible and accountable for ensuring that services defined within the donor-approved scope are delivered, including the following programmatic and supervisory responsibilities:
Required Qualifications for SANIFIN Financial Inclusion Lead:
Additional, Preferred Qualifications:
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