Sanitation Marketing Consultant at WaterAid Nigeria

WaterAid Nigeria, an International non-governmental organization operating in Nigeria since 1995 to bring about needed improvements in safe drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene.We are currently recruiting to fill the position below:Job Title: Sanitation Marketing ConsultantLocations: Ekiti, EnuguSchedule: Full-time position (6 months); renewable based upon availability of funding and performanceReports to: Sanitation Marketing ManagerJob DescriptionsThe Consultants will support WaterAid’s SanMark effort as part of the Sustainable Total Sanitation (STS) project - which is aimed at building the supply of aspirational, affordable sanitation solutions for Nigerian households, as well as helping generate awareness of, and demand for, these products.The Consultants will lead, coach, and support WaterAid's SanMark effort at the State level during this critical scale-up phase.The Consultants will assess and improve the business model and implement other needed actions in order to expand the market and increase sales.Core ResponsibilitiesSupport local SanMark entrepreneurs to effectively produce and market household sanitation solutions.Track and analyse sales patterns, pricing, sales commissions, credit options, incentive schemes, and other elements of the business model.Recommend and implement any needed changes or improvements to the business model.Work with WaterAid staff and local project partners to organise and conduct effective marketing and sales events.Explore locally available financing options for sanitation businesses as well as consumers, promote awareness of these options, and help facilitate access to financing to the extent practicable.Support information sharing and collaboration with Local Government and project partners on relevant issues.Provide support to periodic project research efforts (carried out by WaterAid or partner organisations) in the target areas. 

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