Wednesday, April 1, 2009

And now a job in Sanitation!

If I weren't making huge money as the Waterblogger, I would seriously consider this:

Job Title: Executive Director, World Toilet Organization

Location: Singapore (some regional travel required)

WTO is looking for an Executive Director to lead the organization into the next phase of growth and development. Over the past 9 years, under the guidance and supervision of the Founder Jack Sim, WTO has made great strides in creating global impact and furthering the cause of sanitation. Founded in 2001 with 15 members, WTO now has 182 member organizations in 56 countries.

Through global advocacy, knowledge management, capacity development, member services and market facilitation, WTO acts as a global platform to highlight sanitation as a smart social investment and to break the toilet taboo. We are seeking for a dynamic and motivated Executive Director who is able to continue and build on the momentum created, help WTO grow and diversify into various service areas and most importantly to strengthen the organization's capacity to help build a stronger and sustainable organization.

The role is challenging, offering significant international exposure and presents a great opportunity to lead and develop an institution which has the potential to make worldwide social impact.

In the month of April 2009, we invite applications for the post of Executive Director. If you are interested in applying, please take note of the following details. Do you know any individual who may be interested in applying for this job? If so please forward this announcement and help further disseminate this information.

Electronic Application Submission to:

Application closes: 24 April (Only shortlisted candidates will be notified)

Position Description: please visit World Toilet Organization.

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