The Water Supply and Sanitation Council (WSSCC) is currently recruiting for the position of Executive Director.
Based in its Secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland, WSSCC seeks a visionary, highly motivated, and respected individual to lead its organization.
This is a unique opportunity to head a global organization known for its voice and integrity. Since 1990, WSSCC has worked to achieve its core mission of achieving water, sanitation and hygiene for all and contributes significantly to global collective leadership on sanitation and hygiene.
WSSCC is looking for a candidate with at least five years’ experience as a Chief Executive or equivalent and substantial professional experience in the field of international development.
The application deadline for this position is 6 May 2012.The job description can be accessed on the WSSCC website via the following link: http://www.wsscc.org/about-us/jobs
Kindly note, WSSCC is hosted by the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS). The application process therefore takes place via the UNOPS website. Encouragement of applications should not be interpreted as an endorsement of candidacy or any form of preferential treatment.
For additional information on the role and details on how to apply please click here.
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