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ZBIN Employment Tracker as at May 11, 2018

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Here is excellent news for Job Seekers who follow this forum, Every Monday, your favourite business forum has created an Employment List/Database which we will circulate widely. If you would like to be part of the list then register on our Facebook Page- Zim Business Ideas and Network, registration is free.

We encourage our members with businesses to take advantage of this list by engaging the services of Job Seekers on the list. The objective is to have one central database of employment seekers. This should help business owners to hire employees easily and at no cost. We will start with Zimbabwean nationals but hope to include other nationals in Southern Africa in the coming weeks.

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1.Charles Majoni Charles,Marketing,0733609476

2.Jeofry Chiz Jeofry,Finance,0773891831

3.Oberty Murwira Obert,Finance, 0733316999

4.Chloe Razemba Chloe, Customer service and Marketing 0772366094

5.Mugove Murau Mugove, Engineering/Draughting +27603395420

6.Tee Earl Tee Acuman. IT and Administration, 0717522955

7.Tariro Masanga Tariro Masanga.Enviromentalist.0773217934

8.Vidzo Tsamwaz 0778039749 Nursing

9.Nyasha Precious Mazivisa Gono Nyasha Mazivisa .ECD Teacher . 0774605334 / +27736510532

10.Providence Tapiwanashe Providence chinotimba. Bus Management & IT 0777901053

11.Howard Takura Tsvangirayi Shumirai Tsvangirai, Agriculture / Agribusiness +263773806463

12.Shelton TheWhite Muzembe Shelton Muzembe Electronic Engineer +263 772 773 594

13.Tinotenda Masakara Tinotenda Masakara Hospitality 0775299804

14.Rumbidzai Joyce Mhlanga Mhlanga Rumbidzai J, Chemical Engineering +263775229548

15.Gift Hwehwe Gift Hwehwe Accounting. 0773 500 778

16.Grace Nyagura Shylet Nyagura 0772943715 P/A or Administration

17.Emmanuel D N Dube Chipfunde Rumbidzai Agronomist/Researcher 0773587471

18. Sandra Mariwo RGN Nursing 0774341692

19.Dephine Siyapi Administration, Clerical, Customer Services -0773276925

20.Daniel Cholele Business Development/Marketing 0777755293

21.Kambudzi Jairos Kambudzi Jairos HR and Accounting 0777432288

22.Thokozile Mhlanga Fundraising and Field work– 0773409963

23.Rege Mataruse Marketing 0773753348

24.Concilia Mukwecheni PR/Journalist-0773446012

25. Fortunate Dzingai-Registered Nurse-0778 685 647

 


Jobs Available

Good day, l have come to greatly appreciate the job hunting segments. l would like to introduce the organisation l work for to individuals who are job hunting. We are Voluntary Service Overseas an International NGO that is located in Harare at number four Carslie Alex Park We recruit professionals that are well experienced in their line of work and send them to developing countries that we are running projects in. The volunteer is entitled to a living allowance month, work permit from us, international medical aid and accommodation fully paid up. For now people can visit our website www.vsointernational.org and apply for suitable positions. Concurrently l am currently looking for mechanics and nurses with degrees and training skills for a few urgent positions in Tanzania and Bangladesh. If any are qualified they can state and l will surely get back to them.We are not limited to the skills l posted above we are open to all…Thank you

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VSO Allowance paid volunteer roles: Follow link to apply, inquires and CVS to be directed to : info.zim@vsoint.org

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Resource Mobilization Specialist Philippines
Gender and Disability Adviser Rwanda
Out of School and Lifelong Learning Education Specialist Myanmar
Youth Engagement Specialist Pakistan
Policy and Advocacy Specialist Mozambique
Project Officer Pakistan
Psycho Social Support and Child Friendly Pedagogy Specialist Ethiopia
Neonatal Nurse Uganda
Research Advisor (Disability and Rehabilitation) Myanmar
Midwife Mentor Uganda
Training Advisor – Carpentry, Joinery and site Construction Tanzania
Private Sector Engagement Specialist
Training Advisor – Food Production Tanzania
Community Development Specialist Uganda
Marketing Advisor – Franchise Marketing- Bangladesh
Teacher Educator – Gender & Inclusive Education Specialist Uganda
Teacher Educator – Inclusive Education and Gender Specialist Uganda
Foundational English Literacy and Numeracy Teaching Advisors


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Finance Officer: TSURO Trust
Deadline: 11 May 2018

TSURO Trust, a community-based organization, operating in Chimanimani District invites applicants with suitable qualifications and experience to fill the post of Accountant, to commence work immediately.

Applicants should possess the following prerequisites
At least 5 ‘O’ level subjects including Maths and English language; B.com degree in Accounting, plus relevant qualification such as ACCA, ZAAT, CIS, IAC, SAAA etc; A Master’s Degree will be an added advantage; Knowledge of Pastel Accounting a must; Should have extensive professional experience in both NGO and Profit –making business environments of not less than 3 years; A person who can handle donor accounts on his/her own with little or no supervision; A mature team player with excellent communication skills and an attitude compatible with an organizational culture of community empowerment; A clean class four driver’s licence

Responsibilities shall cover, inter alia, the following:
Management of field advances and maintaining a register to monitor acquittals; Capturing all cash and bank expenditures into pastel accounting package; Assisting in budget preparation; Preparation & submission of Monthly Income Tax Returns  to Zimra; QPDs Calculations; Monthly cash and bank reconciliations; Checking for the validity, authenticity and accuracy of all financial contents; Maintaining cashbooks and all financial reports i.e. SOCI, SOCE, SOFP, and SOCF; Conducting monthly inventory counts; Maintenance of the Trust Asset Register; Filling of all payment vouchers in a sequential order; Do follow ups of debtors, and carrying out some creditors reconciliations; Ensure compliance with accounting principles and standards; Payroll reconciliations, on a monthly basis; Supervising and guiding the Cashier on maintenance of cash book and cash counting; Assisting in auditing (internal and external); Any other duties assigned by supervisor.

To apply
Application letters enclosed with certified copies of proof of qualifications and Resume, should be addressed to The Executive Director, TSURO Trust, P. Bag 2029, Chimanimani or email to: omashingaidze@tsuro-chimanimani.org.zw and copy to: tsuro@iwayafrica.co.zw

Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted.

Procurement Assistant: World Vision
Deadline: 11 May 2018

Purpose of the position
To plan, monitor and organize the Procurement function, recording, make follow ups on requisitions and orders. Engage with all programs on their requirements and give the necessary support.

To apply
Please use this link for more information

Project Assistant: The Organization for Public Health Interventions and Development (OPHID)
Deadline: 13 May 2018

Location: Gwanda

The Organization for Public Health Interventions and Development (OPHID) PVO 31/16 develops and implements innovative approaches and strategies to strengthen HIV Care and Treatment services in Zimbabwe, by providing enhanced access for communities to comprehensive HIV prevention, care and treatment. OPHID, works with the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC) in implementing these interventions.

Overall responsibility
The Project Assistant reports to the UNICEF Project Coordinator, and works closely with the OPHID Family and Community for the Elimination of HIV (FACE-HIV) district team.  The Project Assistant is responsible and accountable for all aspects of the project within his/her district. He/she supports the DHE and the HCWs and VHWs within the district healthcare sites to integrate the provision of HIV and nutrition services for children under five years old suffering from Severe Acute Malnutrition and Moderate Acute Malnutrition. He/she is responsible for planning, implementing and monitoring the project within his/her allocated district.

Qualifications
Diploma/Degree or relevant Nursing qualification, RGN;  Registration with Zimbabwe Nursing Council; Knowledge of National AIDS and TB guidelines; Certificate in Rapid HIV Testing and counselling; Training in HIV Integrated Training an advantage; Pediatric experience in HIV care and treatment preferred; Training in IYCF and CMAM;  Familiar with M&E tools for Nutrition and HIV management

To apply
Please submit your CV, and application letter via email to: recruitments@ophid.co.zw

For a detailed advert, visit OPHID’s website, www.ophid.co.zw

During the application process, OPHID will not charge any fee nor will it require any payment to be made for any application to be considered. Canvassing for or by any candidate will lead to disqualification.

Communications Manager: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)
Deadline: 13 May 2018

WWF – World Wide Fund for Nature is the world’s largest independent conservation organization, with over five million supporters and a network active in more than 100 countries on five continents.  Our mission is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature by conserving the world’s biological diversity, ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.  WWF Zimbabwe seeks to recruit a proficient, energetic and motivated individual to take up this exciting position based at our Harare office.

The role
The incumbent will support delivery of WWF Zimbabwe’s Conservation Strategy through effective and strategic communication focused on among other things, resource mobilization and partner relationship management.

Main responsibilities
Develop and implement effective internal and external public relations strategies for communicating WWF Zimbabwe Country Office conservation initiatives to enhance corporate image, visibility and brand; Develop and disseminate Information and Education Communication (IEC) materials including print and electronic materials such as, logos, letterheads, newsletters, e-newsletters, banners, brochures; and annual reports on WWF Zimbabwe Country Office’s brand and conservation initiatives; Ensure effective management of WWF Zimbabwe Country Office’s targeted digital platforms including the website and ensure relevant and up to date content; Build and strengthen strategic partnerships and relationships with media organizations to communicate and advance the WWF Zimbabwe Country Office position on conservation and important policy issues; Design and implement crises and media handling strategies and build strong media relations.

What you need
University degree in Business Management, Communications, Public Relations, Media Relations, or other related field; Proven track record, and at least 5  years of experience (preferably in Zimbabwe) in communications or PR; An understanding of and vocational interest in environmental conservation, international development, not-for-profit sector and other related fields would be preferred; and excellent ICT and multi-media skills.

Required skills and competencies
Excellent writing and oral skills and strong interpersonal skills in a multicultural environment; High ethical standards of behavior, good judgment, respect for others, confidentiality and attention to detail; Excellent organisational, analytical and research skills; Energetic, proactive and capable of working independently as well as being an active member of the team; Excellent oral and written communications skills in English (knowledge of other local languages an added asset); adhere to WWF’s values which are: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging; and exemplify WWF’s key behaviors: Strive for Impact, Listen Deeply, Collaborate Openly, and Innovate Fearlessly.

To apply
Email a cover letter and curriculum vitae clearly indicating the position applied for, to: “The Human Resources Manager – Africa” through: careers@wwfafrica.org

Kindly note work permit restrictions may apply and that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

WWF is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to having a diverse workforce.

Two (2) Strategic Information and Evaluation Officers: Ark Zimbabwe
Deadline: 13 May 2018

Location: Chipinge/Makoni (Manicaland Province)

The Strategic Information and Evaluation Officers’ main objective is to ensure that funded programs are effectively able to collect, analyse and report on performance and demonstrate impact consistent with Ark’s mission. The Strategic Information and Evaluation Officers’ will work closely with Ark programme teams to ensure that M&E frameworks are effectively implemented to allow for effective programme management and performance reporting.

To apply
Please use this link for more information

Two (2) Technical Officers, Advocacy & Communication: Ark Zimbabwe
Deadline: 13 May 2018

Location: Chipinge/Makoni (Manicaland Province)

The Technical Officer will be responsible for developments and implementation of a creative approach to major communications campaigns and ensures effective design and delivery of information products in accordance with overall objectives and policies of the program. S/he will provide technical guidance in formulation and implementation of the communications and advocacy strategies to increase awareness on MNCH and FP to achieve high coverage in the under-served and hard to reach populations in close collaboration with project team, MOHCC officials, other non-government and civil society organizations.

To apply
Please use this link for more information

Maternal Newborn Health and Family Planning Advisor: Ark Zimbabwe
Deadline: 13 May 2018

Location: Mutare

The MNH-FP Advisor is a health expert who provides technical guidance in the implementation of Maternal, Newborn and Family Planning interventions as part of Integrated MNCH-FP Program.

To apply
Please use this link to apply

Child Health Advisor: Ark Zimbabwe
Deadline: 13 May 2018

Location:  Mutare

The Child Health Advisor is a health expert who provides technical guidance in the successful design and implementation of Child Health programmes in Manicaland Province as part of Integrated MNCH-FP Program.

To apply
Please use this link to apply

Project Officer – Disaster Risk Reduction and Natural Resources Management: Local NGO
Deadline: 15 May 2018

Location: Manicaland Province

++ Please note this is a re-advertisement as the previous email address for applications was not working. Please re-apply.

Purpose
The position exists to improve community resilience to food insecurity and environmental shocks through developing innovative approaches for disaster risk reduction and natural resources management and utilization.

Main responsibilities
Design procedures and conduct resource inventory, evaluation, audits and assessments for wildlife, forest and woodland-based resources for efficient project implementation; To develop and facilitate implementation of adaptive management strategies for disaster risk reduction and natural resources management; Design and implement ecological monitoring systems including determination and monitoring of extraction rates and resource stocking levels for sustainable harvesting regimes; Develop procedures and implement ecological impact evaluations to ensure sustainable environmental management; Prepare, produce and submit to management, well researched, documented reports and project proposals that are relevant to the organization’s main goals and activities; Prepare for and facilitate appropriate training in disaster risk reduction and community based natural resources management to community and partner organizations; Prepare and produce training material (manuals, notes) progress reports and occasional technical papers on issues related to the organization’s work to ensure that training needs are effectively addressed; Undertake consultancy work and any other duties as required by management from time to time to deliver the organization’s mandate; Prepare well-documented monthly progress reports.

Qualifications and experience
A BSc degree in Natural Resources Management , Forestry, Biological Sciences, Ecology or any other related discipline; 5 years relevant working experience after graduation plus experience in data analysis, natural resource management and disaster risk reduction; Hands on experience in community development work will be an added advantage; Clean class four driver’s license.

To apply
Please send your application cover letter and CV (max 4 pages) to: infohr2008@gmail.comclearly marked Project Officer – Disaster Risk Reduction and Natural Resources Management in subject line.

Project Field Assistant: Local NGO
Deadline: 15 May 2018

Location: Malipati, Chiredzi

++ Please note this is a re-advertisement as the previous email address for applications was not working. Please re-apply.

The Field Assistant will work within the Carbon Project being implemented in Chiredzi District, the operation area being wards 13, 14 and 15.

Technical responsibilities
Conduct climate change awareness campaigns including through public speaking, drama and sports; Assist the production and dissemination of publicity materials for the communities and other stakeholders on climate change mitigation and adaptation; Assist  participatory forest resource assessments (including carbon stock assessment) and establish and build the capacity of  Natural Resources Management  (NRM) committees; Facilitate training of community-based institutions in forest fire monitoring and control strategies, conservation agriculture, natural resource management, by-laws and tree planting; Facilitating the formation of producer groups at ward level and establishment of non timber forest produce enterprises; Facilitate local level participatory planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of project activities on climate risk awareness and management, sustainable agriculture and forest management; Assist in the rehabilitation of degraded areas through tree planting and community woodlots where feasible; Support Manjinji Irrigation Scheme in seed multiplication.

Administrative responsibilities
Managing relationships with stakeholders including, local community, leadership, Government line Ministries, NGOs and private sector at village, ward and district level; Participate in relevant local level meetings, including organization of such meetings; Compiling and submitting monthly & quarterly reports to the Field Officer; Undertake any other duties as assigned by the line manager.

Qualifications, skills and experience
Diploma / Degree in Agriculture, Natural Resources Management, Forestry or equivalent; Good interpersonal and communication skills; Good public relations, team player and able to work under strenuous condition; Ability and willingness to ride a motorcycle is a must; A minimum of 2 years’ experience in community education, mobilization, community development and/or humanitarian aid work

To apply
Please send your application cover letter and CV (max 4 pages) to: infohr2008@gmail.comclearly marked Project Field Assistant in subject line.

Logistician, Africa Regional Programme: The International Commission of Jurists (ICJ)
Deadline:15 May 2018

The International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) is a worldwide network of judges and lawyers united in affirming international law and rule of law principles that advance human rights.

We are recruiting a dynamic, flexible and committed professional to provide administrative support and ensure the smooth running of the ICJ’s office in Harare and provide logistical support for the implementation of the “Strengthening the Rule of Law in Zimbabwe and Protection of Human Rights for All” project.

Responsibilities
The logistician holds the following responsibilities:

General logistics
Support proper coordination between technical-legal, administrative and financial aspects of projects in coordination with the national and regional team and the Finance & Administration Department in Geneva; Travel, accommodation, visa and per diem arrangements for activities and events linked to the program; Assist with coordinating the recruitment of staff, consultants and interns, including circulating vacancy announcements, preliminary sorting of resumes and arranging interviews; Maintain leave records and prepare monthly leave reports; Update and maintain contact and other databases; Keep financial and project records in compliance with ICJ and donor procedures; Perform filing and general administrative tasks

Office administration
Office operations such as maintenance, mailing, shopping, supplies, equipment and errands; Organize the use of post and courier services; Handle and maintain office stocks and assets, including through regular inventory; Coordinate graphic design, printing and distribution of all publications and outputs; Act as focal point for all IT related issues, which includes liaising with IT support; Manage relationships with service providers; Ensure the proper up-keep, maintenance and professional appearance of the office premises

Support in Accounting
Assist in preparing accounting documents; Assist in recording accounting entries; Administer all payments/bills of the office and administer the petty cash; Assist in the preparation of budgets, internal cost analyses and financial reports; Assist in the project and organizational audits; Assist in preparing PAFs by providing quotations from several service providers; Register and dispatch approved PAFs; Assist the Finance Officer with payment of suppliers and consultants

Qualifications, education and experience
A post-school qualification in administration, finance or a related field or commensurate relevant practical experience; Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office, spread sheet and word-processing programmes; Knowledge of Accounting software an asset (SageX3); At least three years’ experience in administration or a related area of work; Experience with an NGO an advantage; Experience in working on EUROPAID funded projects desirable; Fluency in English (written and spoken) required; Strong organizational, planning and time-management skills; Teamwork and interpersonal and communication skills; Attention to detail and accuracy; Capacity to work under pressure and to adapt to changing priorities and needs; Willingness to travel periodically; Commitment to human rights and the rule of law

NB: Must be in possession of the necessary documentation to work legally in Zimbabwe.

The ICJ is an equal opportunities employer.

To apply
Applications close on 15 May 2018 and should be addressed with your resume, a cover letter and the names and contact details of at least two referees to: africa-recruitment@icj.org – Ref: Logistician Harare

Please appreciate that due to the volume of applications, only short-listed candidates will be contacted. We cannot answer phone enquiries, thank you for your understanding.

WASH Coordinator: Oxfam
Deadline: 16 May 2018

The WASH Coordinator strengthens Oxfam’s humanitarian and development Water and Sanitation Hygiene (WaSH) role in Zimbabwe by developing a strategy to address both short and long-term needs, managing risk analysis, programme design and quality control of emergency response and resilience programmes, and to assess and build capacity of Oxfam partners and staff in line with regional and organisational objectives.

The role will complement and support the Humanitarian Programme Manager on WaSH strategy (ensuring adequate focus on Public Health Engineering and Public Health Promotion) development and implementation, ensuring integration of DRR work in both emergency responses and long-term programmes. Part of the role also includes Programme Management, Programme Development and Resource Mobilization as well as Advocacy and Influencing.

What We Are Looking For
A minimum of Bachelors Degree in  Water supply management, Community development, or other Social or technical sciences related to the WASH fields (e.g. Urban water supply systems, appropriate Environmental sanitation  technology, Solid waste management, participatory approaches and/or behavior change communication); At least five years of progressively professional work experience in WASH leadership capacity with a humanitarian organization, particularly working in both Humanitarian and Development context (Note that work experience may substitute for higher degree qualification but not vice versa); Excellent technical knowledge of emergency preparedness and response (including contingency planning); Experience in WASH development programs, preferably with a strong focus on rights-based programming and a good understanding of humanitarian and resilience links; Sound knowledge and ability to apply NGO/Red Cross Code of Conduct, the People in Aid Code, SPHERE, the Good Enough Guide, Humanitarian Accountability Principles and Oxfam International procedures and other regulatory codes; Willingness to travel to field locations for at least 50% of the time

To apply
To find out more about this role and how to apply online, please visit this link

NB: This is a national post and it is only open to individuals with the right to reside and work in Zimbabwe. We particularly encourage applications from people living with HIV/AIDS, people with disabilities, women and previously disadvantaged groups.

Please note that this is an emergency deployment therefore applicants will be shortlisted as they come. Please contact HR for more information.

NB: This is a national post and it is only open to individuals with the right to reside and work in Zimbabwe. We particularly encourage applications from people living with HIV/AIDS, people with disabilities, women and previously disadvantaged groups.

Successful candidates will be subject to screening procedures.

While we value all applications received, we unfortunately can only respond to shortlisted candidates.

NB: OXFAM DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE FOR ACCESSING ADVERTS, INTERVIEWS OR TRAVEL.

Chief of Party: John Snow, Inc
Deadline: 16 May 2018

Direct hire, paid in US$

John Snow, Inc. (JSI) seeks a dynamic and highly experienced candidate for the Chief of Party (COP) position for the four year USAID Going the Last Mile for HIV Control (USAID Last Mile) Project in Zimbabwe. The purpose of USAID Last Mile is rapidly accelerate the pace of the HIV response towards epidemic control in the country. The project will focus on improving access to services for HIV biomedical interventions targeting high risk populations (key populations, men and adolescent girls and young women), enhance national systems for real time analytics and improve coordination efforts and implement innovative strategies. Activities will be implemented in PEPFAR focus districts.

The COP will serve as the primary technical and management officer, providing vision, leadership and management expertise in strategic planning, innovation and technical excellence, program development and management,. The COP will maintain excellent working relationships with such key stakeholders as development partners, civil society, universities, professional organizations as well as with key personnel from the MOHCC, USAID/Zimbabwe, and other stakeholders. S/he will directly supervise the work of the Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP), and leadership roles overseeing Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning and Financial Management and Operations.

Should JSI be the successful bidder, this will be a full-time position based in Harare. The Chief of Party will report to the JSI home office Senior Advisor.

To apply
Please use this link

Financial Management and Operations Director: John Snow, Inc
Deadline: 16 May 2018

Direct hire, paid in US$

John Snow, Inc. (JSI) seeks a dynamic and highly experienced candidate for the Financial Management and Operations Director position for the four year USAID Going the Last Mile for HIV Control (USAID Last Mile) Project in Zimbabwe. The purpose of USAID Last Mile is rapidly accelerate the pace of the HIV response towards epidemic control in the country. The project will focus on improving access to services for HIV biomedical interventions targeting high risk populations (key populations, men and adolescent girls and young women), enhance national systems for real time analytics and improve coordination efforts and implement innovative strategies. Activities will be implemented in PEPFAR focus districts.

The Financial Management and Operations Director will be responsible for overseeing the project finance, operational, and administrative duties, including human resource management, information and communication technology, and procurement. The F&A Director will ensure that financial systems and internal controls are in place and comply with the standard US Government and JSI/HQ policies and procedures. S/he will provide management support and oversight in the implementation of program activities. S/he will report to the Chief of Party.

Should JSI be the successful bidder, this will be a full-time position based in Harare.

To apply
Please use this link for more information

Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Advisor: John Snow, Inc
Deadline: 16 May 2018

John Snow, Inc. (JSI) seeks a dynamic and highly experienced candidate for the Director of Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) position for the four year USAID Going the Last Mile for HIV Control (USAID Last Mile) Project in Zimbabwe. The purpose of USAID Last Mile is rapidly accelerate the pace of the HIV response towards epidemic control in the country. The project will focus on improving access to services for HIV biomedical interventions targeting high risk populations (key populations, men and adolescent girls and young women), enhance national systems for real time analytics and improve coordination efforts and implement innovative strategies. Activities will be implemented in PEPFAR focus districts.

The MEL Advisor will be in charge of the development and implementation of a robust monitoring, evaluation, and learning agenda for the project. This will include developing monitoring, evaluation, and learning systems that include appropriate indicators, baseline data, targets, and a plan to evaluate performance and quality and produce timely, accurate, and complete reports. The agenda will help address critical implementation questions related to HIV service delivery. S/he will be a member of the Senior Management Team and will report to the Chief of Party.

Should JSI be the successful bidder, this will be a full-time position based in Harare.

To apply
Please use this link for more information

Technical Director: John Snow, Inc
Deadline: 16 May 2018

Direct hire, paid in US$

John Snow, Inc. (JSI) seeks a dynamic and highly experienced candidate for the Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) position for the four year USAID Going the Last Mile for HIV Control (USAID Last Mile) Project in Zimbabwe. The purpose of USAID Last Mile is rapidly accelerate the pace of the HIV response towards epidemic control in the country. The project will focus on improving access to services for HIV biomedical interventions targeting high risk populations (key populations, men and adolescent girls and young women), enhance national systems for real time analytics and improve coordination efforts and implement innovative strategies. Activities will be implemented in PEPFAR focus districts.

The Technical Director will support the COP and DCOP in managing the day-to-day work of the activity and in supervising and supporting the technical and administrative staff. S/he will ensure the technical quality of the program and will closely monitor the progress towards meeting the goals and objectives of the project. S/he will work closely with the COP and DCOP to ensure that quality HIV services and technical assistance are provided by the project. The position will report to the Deputy Chief of Party.

Should JSI be the successful bidder, this will be a full-time position based in Harare.

To apply
Please use this link for more information

Part-time Palliative Care Nurse: Island Hospice
Deadline: 31 May 2018

Island Hospice & Healthcare is a private voluntary organization established in 1979 as the first hospice in Africa. We provide quality palliative and bereavement care services to Zimbabweans living with life threatening conditions and their families.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced persons to fill the above post which has risen within our Marondera branch.

The ideal candidate must have the following:
Degree/diploma in nursing (RGN); Be registered with the Nurses Council of Zimbabwe; Clinical expertise; Ability to work in a team and with volunteers; Report writing skills; Proficiency in Microsoft office, knowledge of other data management software an added advantage; Excellent written and verbal communication skills; Driver’s license class 4 a must; Living in Marondera is an added advantage; Palliative care training desirable;  Traceable references

To apply
Interested persons should email complete CVs, qualifications, and a cover letter to Acting Branch Coordinator Chenjerai Bhodheni via: chenjerai@islandhospice.co.zw by 31 May 2018.

If you do not hear back from us by 30 June 2018 please consider your application unsuccessful.

For more information please see: http://www.islandhospice.care


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