The Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) is seeking a new Chairperson for its Steering Committee. Expressions of interest welcome by 17 March 2018.
WSSCC supports results-driven country programmes and facilitates sector coordination at national, regional and global levels advocating on behalf of the 2.3 billion people without access to improved sanitation. It combines the passion of a membership organization with the flexibility of an NGO and the authority of the UN, being legally and administratively hosted by UNOPS.
The Chairperson should be a prominent person who has worked at the highest levels of government, civil society, private sector or academia at both national and international level.
WSSCC is looking for expressions of interest from experienced individuals who want to provide strategic leadership, vision and stewardship to the governing body of WSSCC and increased global visibility to the topic of sanitation and hygiene.
Expressions of interest in serving as Chairperson may be submitted by 17 March 2018. To express your interest/nomination in this unpaid Chairperson role, please directly contact WSSCC via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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