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ZBIN Employment Tracker as at April 16, 2019

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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


M&E Assistant: Local NGO
Deadline: 17 April 2019

A local NGO is seeking to fill the position of Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant. The position is based in Chinhoyi.

Position Profile
Under the direct supervision of the Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, the Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant is responsible for assisting the M&E Officer in supporting the program team by providing data analysis services using SPSS, MS Excel, R, STATA; assist in developing and coordinating the implementation of the M&E Plan; Assist in the designing and conducting of research on aspects that inform programming planning and report writing by Program staff; Coordinate the management and population of the project Database.

Qualifications/skills required
Bachelor’s Degree with areas that cover Statistics, Social Sciences, M&E or related fields; Excellent analytical skills in order to interpret qualitative and quantitative data and discern useful recommendations for programme implementation and development; Statistical analysis and IT skills, including use of SPSS and Excel for data analysis; Experience of social research methods to conduct monitoring and evaluation for OVC interventions; Demonstrated knowledge of M & E frameworks; At least 3 years of work experience in a similar field, experience with USAID programs is distinct advantage; Good English communications skills (both oral and written) and report writing skills; Strong team player of high integrity, pleasant personality; Demonstrated ability to prioritize tasks and produce results in a timely and quality manner; Ability to work under least supervision and meet strict deadlines; A valid Class drivers’ Licence especially class 4

To apply
Prospective candidates meeting the requirements and with demonstrated relevant experience should submit their application together with a detailed CV, electronically to: zvimbafinance@gmail.com Please note that CVs will be reviewed they are received. Please state the position being applied for in the subject line of your email.

District Facilitator: Caritas Zimbabwe Mutare
Deadline: 17 April 2019

Duty Station: Chimanimani, Chipinge, Buhera
Reports to: Programs Manager

Caritas Mutare is the development arm of the Catholic Church, diocese Mutare. It identifies with other Catholic Development agencies and provides a beacon of hope for tens of millions of women, men and children in times of hardship and contributes to the development of social justice in times of peace; working with people to bring about positive changes in some of the poorest provinces in Zimbabwe. The agency’s mandate includes integral human development, emergency relief, advocacy, peace building, respect for human rights, and support for proper stewardship of the planet’s environment and resources. Caritas Zimbabwe’s work is its ongoing presence in communities, before, during and after crisis situations as it empowers people to participate more fully in all matters affecting their lives, as well as advocates on their behalf at national and international forums.

Primary Functions
The District Facilitator will play a pivotal role in advancing Caritas Zimbabwe’s objective to reduce suffering and promote early recovery and long term sustainable livelihoods for disaster affected populations. The primary role of the DF is to identify, manage, and develop strong and sustainable relationships with local government stakeholders to facilitate the smooth implementation of Cyclone Idai programs in the Districts.

Specific Responsibilities
Program/Project Coordination; Work in close collaboration with the Program Managers in establishing Emergency Relief and Recovery  programs; Oversee and manage the distribution of NFI and Food item, mid-term recovery and long terms projects In the area of responsibility, work closely with district disaster sub-committiees, local government officials and Caritas Field Officers, Interns and Volunteers.

Program Quality
Ensure that all project documentation is completed timeously and verified before submission to the Program Manager; Manage and coordinate meetings and activities of Field Officers, Volunteers and Volunteers.

Quality Management
Assist in consolidating district and Donor reports as required by CI and Caritas; Control the Resources, transport system and issuing of fuel at district level; Integrate Just Work Place concepts and apply the Justice Lens to all working activities and relationships; Make specific suggestions to the Program Manager to reinforce the Caritas field operations in Line with CHS Standards; Input and collaborate with the Program Manager on budget management; Representation and Program Growth; Participate at partner coordination meetings with other donor agencies; Ensure that realistic project proposals that enhance/improve food security and Resilience, such as Food for Work (FFW) are developed and submitted to the Program Manager.

Supervisory Functions
Supervise the Field Officers, Data Capture Clerks, Volunteers and Drivers assigned to work in the area; Conduct Performance and Development Reviews for all subordinates in a timely manner; Any other duties as delegated by the Program Manager.

Person Specifications
We are looking for a self-motivated individual, an innovative leader who is flexible enough to the travel 25% of the time and be immensely involved in field work particularly in the remote and insecure areas.

We are looking for a leader who
Challenges others to develop as leaders while serving as a role model and mentor; Manages the development of the team; Manages the process of innovative change effectively; Consistently acknowledges and appreciates each team member’s contributions; Effectively utilizes each team member to his/her fullest potential; Motivates the team to work together in the most efficient manner; Plans and facilitates regular team activities outside of the office; Conducts effective performance evaluations and mentors those with less experience; Seeks and participates in development opportunities above and beyond training required by the organization; Leads internal teams/task forces; Approves team members’ time and expense reports in a conscientious and timely manner; Reviews the status reports of team members and addresses issues as appropriate; Complies with and helps to enforce standard policies and procedures; Report progress of the programme at regular intervals to the programs Manager; Conducts project performance monitoring and evaluation; Follows Caritas Policies; Can deliver under pressure.

The ideal candidate should have
A Bachelor’s Degree/Diploma in the relevant field, a Postgraduate qualification would be an added advantage; 5 or more years’ experience in Disaster Response and Recovery Projects; Excellent interpersonal, liaison, oral and written communication skills. Excellent skills are required because of the need for regular progress reporting.  Need the ability to communicate technical information to non-technical audiences; Ability to administer andragogy; Good command of the English and vernacular language(s) is essential; Clean class 4 drivers licence; Computer literate with professional knowledge of Spread sheets, Microsoft Office and Outlook Suite applications including Microsoft Excel, Word and other statistical packages (SPSS) will be an added advantage; Strong analytical skills; Understands Catholic social teachings.

To apply
Interested individuals should send cover letters and CVs inclusive of three contactable referees to the following email: jobscaritasmutare@gmail.com Please ensure that you clearly indicate the position you are applying for in the Subject Line of your email. Late applications will not be considered.

NB: Please note that as these are recruitments for emergency deployment, short listing will be done on a rolling basis and if the ideal candidate is identified before the deadline dates, the recruitment process will be closed. Also note that the vacancies above are national positions and only open to individuals with the right to reside and work in Zimbabwe. Successful candidates will be subject to a number of vetting checks.  CARITAS Zimbabwe does not discriminate against people living with HIV/AIDS, people with disabilities, women and previously disadvantaged groups. We also prefer people living within the respective districts. While we value all applications received, we unfortunately can only respond to shortlisted candidates. Caritas Mutare does not charge a fee for guarantee for selection, interview or travel.

Field Officer: Caritas Zimbabwe Mutare
Deadline: 17 April 2019

Duty Station: Chimanimani, Chipinge, Buhera
Reports to: District Facilitator

Caritas Mutare is the development arm of the Catholic Church, diocese Mutare. It identifies with other Catholic Development agencies and provides a beacon of hope for tens of millions of women, men and children in times of hardship and contributes to the development of social justice in times of peace; working with people to bring about positive changes in some of the poorest provinces in Zimbabwe. The agency’s mandate includes integral human development, emergency relief, advocacy, peace building, respect for human rights, and support for proper stewardship of the planet’s environment and resources. Caritas Zimbabwe’s work is its ongoing presence in communities, before, during and after crisis situations as it empowers people to participate more fully in all matters affecting their lives, as well as advocates on their behalf at national and international forums.

Primary Functions
The primary role of the Field Officer is to monitor and supervise the day-today distributions of food and Non-Food Items (NFIs) and livelihood projects within the district as well as to solve problems encountered during operations.  S/he will foster good relations with local officials in charge of the project to facilitate the smooth implementation of the project in the district.

Special Responsibilities
Work in closely with the DF, local leadership and data capturers in the implementation of the project; Liaise with the DF to ensure sufficient deliveries to the district and conduct proper targeting; Ensure that the food and other donations, reach their intended targets; Ensure prompt preparation and submission of all reports required; Collecting quality and valid data as required by the DF; Attend meetings at district and ward level as assigned by the DF; Liaise with Data Capture Clerks and Volunteers on quality data related issues; Assist in monitoring the program with an aim to identify more beneficiaries within and beyond the current districts; Assist in the facilitation processes of selection of new project beneficiaries; Supervise the day-to-day running of the programme; Any other duties as may be assigned by the DF.

The ideal candidate should have
Good oral and written communication skills; interpersonal and liaison skills, should be assertive and driven, a self-motivator who pays particular attention to detail; A relevant Social Science Bachelor’s Degree / Diploma in a relevant field; 1 or more years’ experience in Relief/emergence and development Projects; Good command of the English and vernacular language(s) is essential; Clean class 3/4 drivers licence is an added advantage; Computer literate with professional knowledge of Spread sheets, Microsoft Office and Outlook Suite applications including Microsoft Excel and Word; Understands Catholic social teachings and be able to work in a faith based setting; Ability to ride a Motorcycle; Fully computer literate with professional knowledge of spread sheets application software including Microsoft Excel and Word as well as other statistical packages such as SPSS would be an added advantage; Ability to meet deadlines; Should be willing to work in remote areas; Effectively coordinates actions with team members.

To apply
Interested individuals should send cover letters and CVs inclusive of three contactable referees to the following email: jobscaritasmutare@gmail.com Please ensure that you clearly indicate the position you are applying for in the Subject Line of your email. Late applications will not be considered.

NB: Please note that as these are recruitments for emergency deployment, short listing will be done on a rolling basis and if the ideal candidate is identified before the deadline dates, the recruitment process will be closed. Also note that the vacancies above are national positions and only open to individuals with the right to reside and work in Zimbabwe. Successful candidates will be subject to a number of vetting checks.  CARITAS Zimbabwe does not discriminate against people living with HIV/AIDS, people with disabilities, women and previously disadvantaged groups. We also prefer people living within the respective districts. While we value all applications received, we unfortunately can only respond to shortlisted candidates. Caritas Mutare does not charge a fee for guarantee for selection, interview or travel.

Meal Officer: Caritas Zimbabwe Mutare
Deadline: 17 April 2019

Duty Station: Mutare
Reports to: Programs Officer

Caritas Mutare is the development arm of the Catholic Church, diocese Mutare. It identifies with other Catholic Development agencies and provides a beacon of hope for tens of millions of women, men and children in times of hardship and contributes to the development of social justice in times of peace; working with people to bring about positive changes in some of the poorest provinces in Zimbabwe. The agency’s mandate includes integral human development, emergency relief, advocacy, peace building, respect for human rights, and support for proper stewardship of the planet’s environment and resources. Caritas Zimbabwe’s work is its ongoing presence in communities, before, during and after crisis situations as it empowers people to participate more fully in all matters affecting their lives, as well as advocates on their behalf at national and international forums. Caritas Mutare seeks an M&E Officer to support this aspect of the Programme.

The successful candidate will be expected to perform the following duties
Support project/program staff on ways to document, organize and capture program progress (including best practices and case studies of innovation and initiatives); Design, revision and implementation of monitoring tools and data collection procedures such as logical framework, project performance tracking, indicators, Monitor implementation of project monitoring and evaluation in alignment with donor requirements; Assist in designing and monitoring key indicators, appropriate tools, formats and procedures for monitoring each level of the log frame; Oversee monitoring systems to track project performance and changes in the project; Oversee production of quarterly and annual reports as donor requirements; Manage database and for programme output indicators; To set-up and maintain a knowledge management system e.g. human-interest stories, lessons learned, exchange meetings.

The ideal person should possess the following
A university degree in Social Sciences, Development Studies, Statistics and Research or any related field; 3 years relevant work experience in data management, preferably an International NGO; Demonstrated ability to work effectively with beneficiary communities, Government and other stakeholders at the district level; Experience in design and implementation of monitoring and evaluation systems including both qualitative and quantitative approaches; In-depth working knowledge of computer based statistical packages including, Excel and information dissemination software; Excellent report writing and presentation skills.

To apply
Interested individuals should send cover letters and CVs inclusive of three contactable referees to the following email: jobscaritasmutare@gmail.com Please ensure that you clearly indicate the position you are applying for in the Subject Line of your email. Late applications will not be considered.

NB: Please note that as these are recruitments for emergency deployment, short listing will be done on a rolling basis and if the ideal candidate is identified before the deadline dates, the recruitment process will be closed. Also note that the vacancies above are national positions and only open to individuals with the right to reside and work in Zimbabwe. Successful candidates will be subject to a number of vetting checks.  CARITAS Zimbabwe does not discriminate against people living with HIV/AIDS, people with disabilities, women and previously disadvantaged groups. We also prefer people living within the respective districts. While we value all applications received, we unfortunately can only respond to shortlisted candidates. Caritas Mutare does not charge a fee for guarantee for selection, interview or travel.

Senior Emergency Programme Officer: Christian Aid
Deadline: 18 April 2019

This role takes the lead on components of Christian Aid’s humanitarian response to Cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe. The position oversees and ensures the delivery of Christian Aid’s funded projects by national partners in the field, through managing and providing strategic direction to two Project Officers, MEL, Accountability Officer and the Finance Assistant. It ensures that project resources and planned project activities are undertaken within budget and time frame to enable direct benefit to target communities and programme impact. The role also leads on the development, implementation and monitoring of Christian Aid’s humanitarian projects, providing effective and timely support to partner organisations, enabling them to implement the rapid, effective and principled response to emergencies, and ensuring that this is in line with the Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability and Christian Aid’s global and country strategies.

To apply
View the full job description and application instructions here

2 (Two) x Emergency Project Officers (Buhera or Chipinge): Christian Aid
Deadline: 19 April 2019

These two roles, based in Buhera and Chipinge, support Christian Aid’s humanitarian response to Cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe, co-ordinating the delivery of appeal funded projects by partners in the field. The role helps ensure that project resources and planned project activities are undertaken within budget and time frame to enable direct benefit to target communities and programme impact. The position assists in the development, implementation and monitoring of Christian Aid’s humanitarian projects in the area, providing effective and timely support to partner organisations, enabling them to implement rapid, effective and principled response to emergencies, and ensuring that this is in line with Christian Aid’s global and country strategy.

To apply
View full job description and application instructions here

Programme Support Officer – Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) – Buhera or Chipinge: Christian Aid
Deadline: 19 April 2019

This role manages Monitoring and Evaluation systems within the Christian Aid Cyclone Idai response in Zimbabwe to allow for effective and accurate reporting. The position contributes towards building the response team and partner’s capacity to develop and use participatory approaches to monitoring and evaluation for effective project implementation for results. The role facilitates sharing of best practice and lessons learnt with external stakeholders as appropriate and develops and provides reference materials and quality information across the programme.

To apply
View full job description and application instructions here

Finance Officer: Christian Aid
Deadline: 19 April 2019

This role is responsible for managing the finance function of Christian Aid’s Cyclone Idai response for Zimbabwe. Working together with our local partners and Programme staff, this role will ensure that financial budgeting is efficiently monitored and reporting internally and externally is produced in a timely manner. The role will also support partner financial capacity.

To apply
View full job description and application instructions here

Driver: Christian Aid
Deadline: 19 April 2019

The role supports Christian Aid’s Cyclone Idai response in Zimbabwe by providing in-country logistical support. The role is responsible for driving staff, visitors and goods to required destinations timely and safely and co-operating with officials and staff, ensuring safety of vehicles and associated equipment.

To apply
View full job description and application instructions here

Project Officer – Accountability & Learning: Christian Aid
Deadline: 19 April 2019

This role ensures quality accountability practice across the Cyclone Idai emergency programme in Zimbabwe and Malawi, supporting alignment to the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS). The role provides accompaniment and support to partners to establish community-based functioning feedback and complaints handling mechanisms, ensuring that the feedback loop is closed and the learning generated is disseminated and reflected upon throughout the partner and country programmes. The role provides in-country training and support on accountability to country programmes and partners. The post holder will focus on learning and ensuring that good practice on accountability in the Cyclone Idai response is captured and shared widely across the organisation and as appropriate.

To apply
View full job description and application instructions here

Project Research Consultant, Debt Management: The African Forum and Network on Debt and Development (AFRODAD)
Deadline: 22 April 2019

The African Forum and Network on Debt and Development (AFRODAD) was created 20 years ago as a pan African platform and organisation for lobbying and advocating for debt cancellation and addressing other debt related issues in Africa. Over the next five years, AFRODAD will be working with others to address the problems of debt and development in the following thematic areas on the continent: Debt Management, International Public Finance and Domestic Resource Mobilisation.

Role Purpose
Reporting to the Senior Policy Analyst, the successful candidate will have extensive experience of delivering advocacy wins, and will be an excellent, results-oriented staff manager, focused on building the capacity of colleagues to deliver on AFRODAD Strategic objectives. They will be an excellent communicator in English and French, with highly developed and convincing presentational skills, allied to a first-class ability to write for a variety of audiences. They will have an important role in supporting fundraising, including implementing and renewing existing grants. The holder of this position would be working under the supervision of the Senior Policy Analyst.

The successful candidate would be required to undertake duties as set out below:

Key responsibilities
Policy Analysis and Research: Coordinate research and documentation in the relevant thematic areas of AFRODAD work of Debt Management; Produce Policy Briefs, Discussion Papers, Occasional / Working Papers, Position Papers on the above mentioned thematic areas in Africa in order to establish evidence-based dialogues on best practices with stakeholders; Manage external consultants and also directly deliver delegated policy and research as identified in the annual work plan; Contribute to AFRODAD publications (including the bi-annual issues paper, AFRODAD newsletters, blogs, news articles and policy briefs); Contribute to relevant thematic policy debates and discussions ensuring AFRODAD has increasing policy influence.

Developing and maintaining relationships with partners: Represent AFRODAD at relevant networks, workshops, seminars and policy events relevant to AFRODAD’s work in Africa and beyond; Build and maintain strategic and cooperative relationships with key CSO leaders, partners and networks in Africa and engage these individuals and organizations on a regular basis to gather their feedback and input to the planning, implementation and tracking of results; Provide technical support and oversight in the design and delivery of key activities to support the identification of strategic spaces for AFRODAD engagement and develop a plan of action to support these engagements in close consultation with the Head of Programmes.

Programme Planning, Coordination and Reporting: Design and develop annual work plans for the programme to ensure delivery of all advocacy and research themes within the required timeframe; Contribute to the organization of international, regional and national events, and global movement and constituency building work; Manage contracts with consultants and other service supplier’s within your programme; Work with the finance staff to ensure programme financial information is up to date, variances are identified and recommendations for action made; Produce regular programme reports as per the work plan; Coordinate overall thematic programme to ensure key performance indicators are met and programme impact is in line with AFRODAD strategy.

Supporting Information and communications needs: Work closely with communications team to share information on AFRODAD’s Strategic themes and programme impact; Support sharing of information between AFRODAD secretariat and partners across Africa.

Securing project/programme funding: Identify and track emerging funding opportunities through AFRODAD funding strategy and action plan; Contribute to design and development of funding proposals.

Other Accountabilities: Support AFRODAD colleagues in delivering the organizations collective objectives, including assisting in events and initiatives that fall outside the direct responsibilities of this post; Represent AFRODAD at meetings, functions and events, some of which may occur outside normal office hours and may involve long-distance travel; Coordinate activities of Programme Interns; Perform any other reasonable duties and tasks as requested by the Head of Programmes.

Role related experience, skills and knowledge
Proven academic background and publishing. Minimum of a Masters Degree in economics or any social science; Political change expert able to identify and define specific but transformative policy changes, and work out who and how and to influence to deliver them; Excellent communicator in English and French, with highly developed and convincing presentational skills, allied to a first class ability to write for a variety of audiences; Organised and efficient; Over 3 years’ experience in creating policy change working with civil society organisations, including developing and implementing advocacy or campaigns strategies, working to influence the media, other CSOs, officials, politicians and other targets; Minimum 3 years’ experience writing articles, reports, briefings, that have reached a wide variety of audiences; Understanding of key debates and issues in development finance; Experience working in USAID projects is an added advantage.

To apply
If you wish to be considered please submit your application and detailed CV to afrodad@afrodad.co.zw alternatively submit your applications to the following address The Executive Director, African Forum and Network on Debt and Development (AFRODAD), 31 Atkinson Drive, Hillside, PO Box CY1517 Causeway, Harare. Only short-listed candidates and those who provide all the above information will be contacted.

Project Supervisor: The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA)
Deadline: 23 April 2019 (5pm)

Duty Station: Binga District

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Zimbabwe is a local humanitarian NGO of the Seventh-day Adventist Church working in Zimbabwe for over 30 years. It is part of the network within over 125 countries in the world. ADRA Zimbabwe believes that: through its humanitarian acts, we make known the just, merciful, and loving character of God;  To work with those in need is an expression of the love for God; Non-discrimination and respect for differences, accepting people as equals, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, political and religious affiliation enrich the communities in which we work and are assets to be respected and affirmed.

Subject to confirmation of funding, ADRA will be implementing a Food Assistance For Assets (FFA) Project. ADRA Zimbabwe therefore seeks to recruit qualified candidates to fill the position.

The project aims at strengthening of communities and their capacity to prepare for and mitigate the hazards of climate variation by further developing a culture of risk awareness, assessment and contingency planning. This approach will be coupled with ongoing improvements to livelihoods protection systems and enhanced training and support on crops, livestock, improved production techniques to increase resilience to extreme weather variability in identified Zimbabwean Districts.

Project also aims at implementing interventions focused on agriculture with an emphasis on creating assets that communities would use to better safeguard against climate shocks; improve nutrition and income status; improved livestock management and build lasting changes to communities.

Role
ADRA Zimbabwe seeks to recruit highly qualified and experienced individuals who will work with different stakeholders in the District to successfully implement project objectives. S/he will have wide practical experience dealing with farmers, policy makers and implementers for sustainability and to ensure compliance based on the DIP and as directed by the Project Manager.

Competencies and Experience
An Advanced degree in Livelihoods/ Food Security and Nutrition/ Agriculture/Engineering or related field from recognised University, with leadership experience at Supervisor/Coordinator level; Minimum 5 years working experience with smallholder farmers on Nutrition/Livelihoods and Resilience programmes (Asset creation including small stock and poultry); High level people skills, ability to build relationships with ability to identify, communicate with stakeholders; Clean Class 3/4 Driving Licence is required.

To apply
Those who meet the above criteria are invited to submit their applications together with a cover letter and detailed Curriculum Vitae that includes the names and email addresses of three traceable references. Applications should be clearly marked with the position applied for, e.g. “Project Supervisor” on the envelope or in the email subject line. Applications should be directed to hr@adrazimbabwe.org or info@adrazimbabwe.org Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Changing the World, One Life at a Time!

2 (Two) x Field Officer: The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA)
Deadline: 23 April 2019 (5pm)

Duty Station: Binga District

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Zimbabwe is a local humanitarian NGO of the Seventh-day Adventist Church working in Zimbabwe for over 30 years. It is part of the network within over 125 countries in the world. ADRA Zimbabwe believes that: through its humanitarian acts, we make known the just, merciful, and loving character of God;  To work with those in need is an expression of the love for God; Non-discrimination and respect for differences, accepting people as equals, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, political and religious affiliation enrich the communities in which we work and are assets to be respected and affirmed.

Subject to confirmation of funding, ADRA will be implementing a Food Assistance For Assets (FFA) Project. ADRA Zimbabwe therefore seeks to recruit qualified candidates to fill the position.

The project aims at strengthening of communities and their capacity to prepare for and mitigate the hazards of climate variation by further developing a culture of risk awareness, assessment and contingency planning. This approach will be coupled with ongoing improvements to livelihoods protection systems and enhanced training and support on crops, livestock, improved production techniques to increase resilience to extreme weather variability in identified Zimbabwean Districts.

Project also aims at implementing interventions focused on agriculture with an emphasis on creating assets that communities would use to better safeguard against climate shocks; improve nutrition and income status; improved livestock management and build lasting changes to communities.

Role
The positions exist to support the Field Supervisor/ Project Coordinator in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of all activities to achieve expected impacts and outcomes. The Field Officers provide technical related support to Project Coordinator / Supervisor in the District.

Competencies and Experience
Degree in Animal Science, Crop Science, Food Security & Nutrition, Livelihoods, Agricultural Economics or equivalent; Minimum 3 years working with small holder farmers in productive assets creation and agronomy; OR relevant Diploma with 7 years’ experience in productive assets creation and agronomy; Basic understanding of agricultural value chains, especially small grains, horticulture, Savings & Internal Lending Communities, VLSA, ISALs; Demonstrated expertise in extension and advisory services and climate resilient approaches for livestock, training farmers on improved agricultural technologies and supervision or management of farmer cooperatives and associations; A clean class 3 motorbike driving license will be an advantage.

To apply
Those who meet the above criteria are invited to submit their applications together with a cover letter and detailed Curriculum Vitae that includes the names and email addresses of three traceable references. Applications should be clearly marked with the position applied for, e.g. “Field Officer” on the envelope or in the email subject line. Applications should be directed to hr@adrazimbabwe.org or info@adrazimbabwe.org Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Changing the World, One Life at a Time!

Project Engineer: The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA)
Deadline: 23 April 2019 (5pm)

Duty Station: Binga District

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Zimbabwe is a local humanitarian NGO of the Seventh-day Adventist Church working in Zimbabwe for over 30 years. It is part of the network within over 125 countries in the world. ADRA Zimbabwe believes that: through its humanitarian acts, we make known the just, merciful, and loving character of God;  To work with those in need is an expression of the love for God; Non-discrimination and respect for differences, accepting people as equals, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, political and religious affiliation enrich the communities in which we work and are assets to be respected and affirmed.

Subject to confirmation of funding, ADRA will be implementing a Food Assistance For Assets (FFA) Project. ADRA Zimbabwe therefore seeks to recruit qualified candidates to fill the position.

The project aims at strengthening of communities and their capacity to prepare for and mitigate the hazards of climate variation by further developing a culture of risk awareness, assessment and contingency planning. This approach will be coupled with ongoing improvements to livelihoods protection systems and enhanced training and support on crops, livestock, improved production techniques to increase resilience to extreme weather variability in identified Zimbabwean Districts.

Project also aims at implementing interventions focused on agriculture with an emphasis on creating assets that communities would use to better safeguard against climate shocks; improve nutrition and income status; improved livestock management and build lasting changes to communities.

Role
This job exists to assist the Project Supervisor/ Coordinator in implementation, monitoring and evaluation of all activities to achieve expected impacts and outcomes. The Project Engineer provides technical related support to Project Coordinator/ Supervisor in the design, construction of specified projects.

Competencies and Experience
Degree in Civil/ Irrigation Engineering/ Renewable Energy; 3 years’ experience, especially in the development/ NGO sector and the construction of dams/weirs; Dip tanks, Solar and renewable energy; and other community assets; Good communication and Report writing skills; A clean Class 3/4 driving license will be required.

To apply
Those who meet the above criteria are invited to submit their applications together with a cover letter and detailed Curriculum Vitae that includes the names and email addresses of three traceable references. Applications should be clearly marked with the position applied for, e.g. “Project Engineer” on the envelope or in the email subject line. Applications should be directed to hr@adrazimbabwe.org or info@adrazimbabwe.org Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Changing the World, One Life at a Time!

Government Medical Officer: The Salvation Army Howard Hospital
Deadline: 24 April 2019

The Salvation Army Howard Hospital is looking for professionals.

Qualifications
MBChB or MBBS qualification; Have completed two years internship; Registered with the Medical and Dental Practitioners Council of Zimbabwe.

To apply
Interested candidates should send in their application and CV through email to Human Resources Officer, The Salvation Army Howard Hospital, P.O Box 190, Glendale or email howardhospital1@gmail.com or howard.hospital@zim.salvationarmy.org and copy to personnel.department@zim.salvationarmy.org

Nurse Anaesthetist: The Salvation Army Howard Hospital
Deadline: 24 April 2019

The Salvation Army Howard Hospital is looking for professionals.

Qualifications
Registered general nurse; Diploma in Anaesthesia; Registered with the Nurses Council of Zimbabwe

To apply
Interested candidates should send in their application and CV through email to Human Resources Officer, The Salvation Army Howard Hospital, P.O Box 190, Glendale or email howardhospital1@gmail.com or howard.hospital@zim.salvationarmy.org and copy to personnel.department@zim.salvationarmy.org

Laboratory Technician: UNDP
Deadline: 24 April 2019

Background
The UN Clinic laboratory Technician performs his/her functions under the direct supervision of the Health Manager of the UN Clinic. The UN Clinic operates under the general supervision of UNDP on regards of all administrative matters.

To apply
Get full job description and apply online here

Team Leader, Programmes and Resource Mobilization: Fambidzanai Permaculture Centre (FPC)
Deadline: 25 April 2019

Contract Duration: 6 Months (Renewable)

Established in 1988 and headquartered 20km from the Harare city centre along Lomagundi road, FPC strives to promote agro-ecological solutions for healthy and prosperous communities. It seeks to facilitate and demonstrate relevant skills and knowledge to restore people’s confidence in their ability to produce off land while still working creatively in harmony with nature. FPC’s development intervention is characterised by skills training, demonstrations of various participatory methodologies while looking out for value chain possibilities, particularly by creating marketing opportunities for organic produce. Its major activities include; training of smallholder farmers, youth groups and various development workers, demonstrating sustainable methods of farming for organic enthusiasts including creating ties with communities, sister organizations as well as other agencies that work in the same communities as the centre.

FPC is inviting for suitably qualified and experienced persons to submit applications for the above-mentioned position that is based at its Head Office in Harare. The team leader will report to the director.

Essential Duties
Coordinate all programmes/projects and provide technical assistance in the successful achievement of project outputs; Project identification and resource mobilization; Marketing the organisation locally and internationally; Conduct project monitoring; Lobbying and advocating for the adoption and acceptance of Agro-ecology; Supervision and performance assessment of departmental staff; Compilation of reports (Narrative and Financial) according to Donor requirements.

Education and Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in Agro-ecology, Agriculture, Development Studies or a related field with significant study in Livelihoods development programming, Market systems development and Community Development; Diploma or Post Grad Diploma in the following would be an added advantage:  Community Development, Monitoring and Evaluation, Permaculture Design, Marketing.

Prior work experience
Progressively responsible experience in agriculture development programming, sustainable livelihoods programming, Natural Resource Management, community development, and disaster Risk Reduction is highly preferred; At least 3 years’ experience implementing development programs in a developing country setting, either through several short-term assignments or long-term residential postings; Experience and skills resource mobilization and Marketing

Knowledge skills and abilities
Good reporting skills; oral and verbal; Strong analytical skills; Knowledge of Microsoft office packages, e-mail, and the internet; Holder of a clean Class 4 driver’s licence; Excellent written and oral English language skills as well as a good working knowledge of Shona and Ndebele.

To apply
Applicants to submit one -page motivational letter and at most 3-page resume either by email or as hand delivered. Emails to be sent to: lewis@fambidzanai.org.zw and pstrganja@gmail.com Hand delivered applications should be addressed to the Human Resources Officer and submitted to Fambidzanai Permaculture Centre, 4 Dovedale Road, Mt Hampden, Harare. Interested candidates must also indicate, categorically, in their applications, their minimum expected earnings (which earnings are determined by both existing and future funding sources, of which the sustenance of the former and especially the securing of the latter sources are the purview and thrust of the position). Only short listed candidates shall be contacted for interviews.

Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant: Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD)
Deadline: 26 April 2019

The Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development, ZIMCODD, is a socio-economic justice coalition preoccupied with the quest for Social and Economic Justice established in February 2000 to facilitate citizens’ involvement in making public policy and practice pro-people and sustainable. Its specific objectives are: To raise the level of economic literacy among ZIMCODD members to include views and participation of grassroots and marginalized communities; facilitate research, lobbying and advocacy in order to raise the level of economic literacy and fiscal transparency on issues of debt, national/municipal budgets, trade and sustainable development; formulate credible and sustainable economic and social policy alternatives; develop a national coalition, and facilitate the building of a vibrant movement for social and economic justice in Zimbabwe.

The Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development is seeking to recruit an experienced professional to assume the role of Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant. The M&E Assistant will support the Strategic Information and Evaluation Officer. He/she will be responsible for monitoring performance of the ZIMCODD projects’ M&E system in line with programme management and accountability functions. He/she contributes toward the relevance, effectiveness and efficiency of the Monitoring, & Evaluation unit as well as the overall ZIMCODD programming.

Responsibilities and Scope of Duties
Under supervision of Strategic Information & Evaluation Officer, M&E Assistant will: Collect data in the field for Monitoring & Evaluation activities in direct contact with beneficiaries and targeted communities; Ensure the quality and quantity of data and other information collected in the field are appropriate; Conduct data entry of quantitative and qualitative data and  data cleaning;  Contribute to analysis of data collected and reporting; Prepare informative field reports, identify shortcomings and propose relevant recommendations on a regular basis;  Support program team in the use of data collection tools for monitoring including training and briefing; Assist to conduct media and government resource analysis to track program outcomes and impact; Keep good contact with beneficiaries and stakeholders in projects targeted area of intervention; Compile data from surveys using relevant and appropriate computer packages; Ensure that hard copies and soft copies of data collected is kept safe;  Performs any other duties as may be required from time to time.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Undergraduate Degree in international development, international relations, economics, monitoring and evaluation, statistics, rural development, or other relevant discipline; Minimum one year experience of working in Civil Society environment (preferably in the monitoring and evaluation domain);  Experience in conducting quantitative and qualitative data collection activities (surveys, assessments, evaluations, etc.); Preferred working knowledge of statistical packages and data bases; Preferred understanding of log frames, M&E plans, and indicators; Ability to write very good quality reports in English is required; Good contextual knowledge of local community and social/cultural constraints, realities and organizational relationships; Inspires trust within/outside of the organisation; Develops high levels of credibility and accountability.

To apply
All suitably qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to send their CVs and a motivational letter to zimcodd@zimcodd.co.zw

Research and Evidence Officer: Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD)
Deadline: 26 April 2019

The Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development, ZIMCODD, is a socio-economic justice coalition preoccupied with the quest for Social and Economic Justice established in February 2000 to facilitate citizens’ involvement in making public policy and practice pro-people and sustainable. Its specific objectives are: To raise the level of economic literacy among ZIMCODD members to include views and participation of grassroots and marginalized communities; facilitate research, lobbying and advocacy in order to raise the level of economic literacy and fiscal transparency on issues of debt, national/municipal budgets, trade and sustainable development; formulate credible and sustainable economic and social policy alternatives; develop a national coalition, and facilitate the building of a vibrant movement for social and economic justice in Zimbabwe.

The Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development is seeking to recruit an experienced professional to assume the role of Research and Evidence Officer. The Research and Evidence Officer will work in the Programmes Department, particularly to strengthen evidence for policy advocacy. He/she will be responsible for carrying our research, suitable packaging the information for various audiences including non-technical stakeholders. He/she contributes towards building compelling evidence relevant to ZIMMCODD thereby strengthening overall ZIMCODD programming.

Responsibilities and Scope of Duties
Under supervision of the Programme Manager and Working with the Social and Economic Analyst, the Research & Evidence Officer will: Undertake research using appropriate tools with the aim of providing information and analysis on development, social and economic policy issues; Provide information on what research is already available in a policy area, including in cross cutting areas involving economic and social development matters, towards preparation of papers and technical presentations as required; Work in the conceptualisation and preparation of the major policy analysis, and prepare and, or as required, contribute to the preparation and delivery of evidence through written and oral reports, papers and briefings, and speeches and briefs; Carrying out quantitative data analysis of existing secondary data sets and primary quantitative data using different packages e.g. Excel, SPSS; Organising, designing and carrying out qualitative fieldwork, often with marginalised or vulnerable people, in different locations and contexts across Zimbabwe where ZIMCODD operates; Conducting qualitative analysis of data conducted through interviews, focus groups, workshops or other methods; Carrying out desktop research, using a range of methods and sources of data, related to social and economic injustices, inequality and social innovation practice at various levels; Producing high quality and varied research outputs for a range of audiences including analysis, report writing and presentations where necessary; Making sure ZIMCODD work is participatory, including working with peer researchers and valuing the importance of communicating with different audiences; Performs any other duties as may be required from time to time.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Postgraduate degree in social sciences; 2+ years of professional experience conducting social research in a Civil Society Organisation, think tank, or consultancy; Strong analytical skills and understanding of the Zimbabwean social, economic and political contexts; Experience of designing quantitative research tools; Experience of quantitative and statistical data analysis using Excel and/or SPSS; Experience of designing qualitative research tools; Experience of conducting and organising qualitative fieldwork; Experience of having conducted robust desktop research and knowledge of a range of methodologies for doing this; Evidence of ability to grasp complex concepts and debates in social, economic, finance frameworks quickly and to engage with these effectively through research; Ability to communicate effectively – in writing and in person – about research findings to a wide range of audiences; Traceable evidence of having delivered or contributed to the delivery of high quality social research outputs.

To apply
All suitably qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to send their CVs and a motivational letter to zimcodd@zimcodd.co.zw

Programme Manager (B1): Department for International Development (DfID Zimbabwe)
Deadline: 26 April 2019

Summary of the role
You will work in a thematic Programme Team, collaborating closely with sector Advisors and other programme staff to support high quality delivery of the existing portfolio and the development of new programmes. You will report to the Team Leader. The DFID Zimbabwe portfolio of programmes covers child protection, social inclusion and gender norms, food security, livelihoods and climate change resilience, private sector development including business environment reform, public sector reform, voice and accountability, economic and political governance, security and justice, health and education.

Key Duties and Responsibilities
In this role, you will be responsible and accountable for: Effective and efficient management of two to three programmes, working closely with lead technical advisors, senior responsible owners (SROs) and other team members; Line management of one team member [the projects assistant]; Financial oversight and management with respect to the programmes you are responsible for to ensure VfM throughout the programme cycle. This includes accurate forecasting, asset management, timely payment of invoices and claims, timely updating of financial forecasts and submission of financial reports and Annual Audited Statements in line with DFID’s budget, P2P, ARIES and Finance Specialist guidance; Robust procurement of new programmes / programme components, respecting DFID’s commercial rules and standards; Contributing to improving value for money through critical review of project performance, including the drafting of sections of Annual Reviews and Business Cases, and recommending remedial action where necessary; Learn and/or contribute to maintaining the high standards of compliance with SMART rules and maintain corporate records and audit trails on VAULT and ARIES; Management of project relationships, including partners and suppliers, in line with agreements, codes of conduct and best practice stakeholder and contract management; Support programmes on management issues e.g. log frames, monitoring, spot checks, fraud, safeguarding, accounting, forecasting, and budgets; Lead programme level risk management, drawing on the DFID risk management framework, Due Diligence guidance and Counter Aid Diversion strategy

To apply
View full job description and application instructions here

Nutrition Officer: International Medical Corps, Zimbabwe
Deadline: 26 April 2019

About International Medical Corps
International Medical Corps is a global, humanitarian, nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development programs.

Established in 1984 by volunteer doctors and nurses, International Medical Corps is a private, voluntary, nonpolitical, nonsectarian organization. Its mission is to improve the quality of life through health interventions and related activities that build local capacity in underserved communities worldwide. By offering training and health care to local populations and medical assistance to people at highest risk, and with the flexibility to respond rapidly to emergency situations, International Medical Corps rehabilitates devastated health care systems and helps bring them back to self-reliance.

Project background
The proposed project seeks to contribute to reducing maternal and neonatal mortality rates through improved access to maternal health care for communities in Nkayi district. The objectives of the project look at improving access and utilization of maternal health services in the district and promoting optimal Infant and Young Child Feeding practices amongst caregivers in Nkayi district. This will contribute to the reduction of maternal mortality. In addition, the project will build the capacity of Ministry of Health nurses, ward nutrition coordinators and village health workers to support optimal infant and young child feeding.

International Medical Corps is therefore seeking qualified candidates for this project. The positions are contingent upon funding being received from the donor. The incumbents will be based in Nkayi District and will be working closely with relevant ministries in Matabeleland province.

Role Purpose
The Nutrition Officer will implement all Nutrition and health program activities within the district. S/he is responsible for overall implementation of all health and nutrition activities in the district. The incumbent is responsible for assessing knowledge gaps amongst district staff and community volunteers and conduct trainings when necessary. She will represent IMC at district meetings and coordinate all field visits. The Nutrition Officer will serve as the focal Nutrition Officer for International Medical Corps at district level.

Key responsibilities
Support the VHWs to support the establishment of mother support groups for pregnant and lactating women and children under 5 years; Support the integration of nutrition into health care services amongst district MOHCC and community level health workers; Facilitate the planning and implementation of IYCF and growth monitoring trainings; Coordinate with local authorities and communities to support the construction of Maternity mothers waiting shelters.

Candidate Qualifications
Degree in Nutrition or Public Health is essential; Experience in facilitating nutrition trainings for varying stakeholders is desired; 3-5 years’ experience in a similar role with a Humanitarian organization; Highly motivated and able to adhere to deadlines; Extensive experience and knowledge in IYCF and GMP; Ability to work in a multi-sectoral team set-up with a diversity of skills and cultural backgrounds; Proven experience in project management, including financial management, human resources, project writing and reporting; Ability to work under pressure, with high technical delivery; Ability to travel and work in rural conditions; Previous demonstrated experience in working with MoHCC or other technical government bodies; Excellent report writing skills.

To apply
Qualified and interested candidates are required to submit a letter of motivation and curriculum vitae with the job title in the subject line to recruitmentzimbabwe@internationalmedicalcorps.org Knowledge of the local language and culture is an added advantage.

Monitoring Evaluation Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Assistant: International Medical Corps, Zimbabwe
Deadline: 26 April 2019

About International Medical Corps
International Medical Corps is a global, humanitarian, nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development programs.

Established in 1984 by volunteer doctors and nurses, International Medical Corps is a private, voluntary, nonpolitical, nonsectarian organization. Its mission is to improve the quality of life through health interventions and related activities that build local capacity in underserved communities worldwide. By offering training and health care to local populations and medical assistance to people at highest risk, and with the flexibility to respond rapidly to emergency situations, International Medical Corps rehabilitates devastated health care systems and helps bring them back to self-reliance.

Project background
The proposed project seeks to contribute to reducing maternal and neonatal mortality rates through improved access to maternal health care for communities in Nkayi district. The objectives of the project look at improving access and utilization of maternal health services in the district and promoting optimal Infant and Young Child Feeding practices amongst caregivers in Nkayi district. This will contribute to the reduction of maternal mortality. In addition, the project will build the capacity of Ministry of Health nurses, ward nutrition coordinators and village health workers to support optimal infant and young child feeding.

International Medical Corps is therefore seeking qualified candidates for this project. The positions are contingent upon funding being received from the donor. The incumbents will be based in Nkayi District and will be working closely with relevant ministries in Matabeleland province.

Role Purpose
To assist in operationalizing monitoring, evaluation, accountability and Learning functions in the assigned district. This position functions include field level enumeration and data entry in accordance with the project monitoring framework, and consolidation of monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning information at field level for local operations and decision-making. This position also includes relationship development with Ministry of Health and Child Care staff and communities, facilitating and promoting their needs and rights; representing the community to the organisation; implementing feedback and complaints systems; provide support to government/interagency coordination and to ensure compliance to donor and international standards.

Key Responsibilities
Expand technical knowledge base of monitoring and evaluation standards and initiatives and serve as a resource person, providing conceptual and practical best practice expertise to the district field staff; At a minimum, understand and be able to convey to others through training, briefs etc up to date information and resources for minimum standards for monitoring and evaluation of projects; Develop monthly work plans in liaison with the MEAL Coordinator; Lead the establishment and management of appropriate complaints and response and information provision systems in the district, ensure its smooth operation; Participate in the baseline, and endline evaluations; Monitor project implementation and progress of programmes by use of qualitative, quantitative and participatory approaches in data collection from stakeholders; Compile, record, and file field level data from monitoring tools and accountability systems using relevant and appropriate computer packages and information management systems; Provide field-level training and quality assurance for information required from other stakeholders (i.e. clinics); Assist with the analysis of data and writing of reports; Prepare informative field reports, identify shortcomings and make relevant recommendations.

Candidate Qualifications
Diploma in either Social Sciences, Monitoring and Evaluation, Statistics and Nutrition; Working knowledge of statistical packages (SPSS, CS-Pro, Epi-Info and Excel); Experience in conducting surveys / assessments; Experience in using qualitative and quantitative monitoring tools; Two years’ experience in M&E and/or Accountability systems; Ability to produce reports of good quality

To apply
Qualified and interested candidates are required to submit a letter of motivation and curriculum vitae with the job title in the subject line to recruitmentzimbabwe@internationalmedicalcorps.org Knowledge of the local language and culture is an added advantage.

Construction Officer: International Medical Corps, Zimbabwe
Deadline: 26 April 2019

About International Medical Corps
International Medical Corps is a global, humanitarian, nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development programs.

Established in 1984 by volunteer doctors and nurses, International Medical Corps is a private, voluntary, nonpolitical, nonsectarian organization. Its mission is to improve the quality of life through health interventions and related activities that build local capacity in underserved communities worldwide. By offering training and health care to local populations and medical assistance to people at highest risk, and with the flexibility to respond rapidly to emergency situations, International Medical Corps rehabilitates devastated health care systems and helps bring them back to self-reliance.

Project background
The proposed project seeks to contribute to reducing maternal and neonatal mortality rates through improved access to maternal health care for communities in Nkayi district. The objectives of the project look at improving access and utilization of maternal health services in the district and promoting optimal Infant and Young Child Feeding practices amongst caregivers in Nkayi district. This will contribute to the reduction of maternal mortality. In addition, the project will build the capacity of Ministry of Health nurses, ward nutrition coordinators and village health workers to support optimal infant and young child feeding.

International Medical Corps is therefore seeking qualified candidates for this project. The positions are contingent upon funding being received from the donor. The incumbents will be based in Nkayi District and will be working closely with relevant ministries in Matabeleland province.

Role Purpose
The Construction Officer is responsible for forecasting, planning, coordinating, directing and monitoring the activities of construction, and to a lesser extent, maintenance works to ensure that jobs are completed on time and within project budget and specification. The Construction Officer will also ensure that all applicable building, safety codes, and regulations are observed. S/he is responsible for overall implementation of all construction activities and achieving the objectives defined in the operation proposals.

Primary Responsibilities
Oversee the implementation of Waiting Mothers’ Shelters that s/he is responsible for, within the set technical specifications and planned timeframe; Monitor construction works on regular basis to check and ensure materials and implementation quality; Monitor the efficient use of resources provided and support to brief the contractors; Validate the adjustment of expenditures in line with BoQ and potential additional work; Ensure that standard of the implemented structure are in line with the Zimbabwe MoHCC guidelines and if necessary propose adjustment or improvements to guarantee a high standard; Arrange for procurement, delivery and storage of locally available building materials and liaise with the teams Logistics Officer to ensure a timely supply chain of building supplies is established, drawing on work planning to make sure that adequate timelines for procurement and delivery are factored in to project timelines; Adherence to the requirements of the Zimbabwe CBFRM guidelines & procedures. The employee will implement and take part in activities in line with the CBFRM guidelines.

Candidate Qualifications
The successful candidate should possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or Construction Management or equivalent qualifications from a recognized tertiary institution; Have sound Knowledge of building codes and regulations; Have knowledge of safety procedures relative to construction/facilities maintenance; Have knowledge of the varied types of construction equipment/tools; Be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; Have at least 3 years’ experience in construction/civil work projects.

To apply
Qualified and interested candidates are required to submit a letter of motivation and curriculum vitae with the job title in the subject line to recruitmentzimbabwe@internationalmedicalcorps.org Knowledge of the local language and culture is an added advantage.

Driver / Mechanic: International Medical Corps, Zimbabwe
Deadline: 26 April 2019

About International Medical Corps
International Medical Corps is a global, humanitarian, nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development programs.

Established in 1984 by volunteer doctors and nurses, International Medical Corps is a private, voluntary, nonpolitical, nonsectarian organization. Its mission is to improve the quality of life through health interventions and related activities that build local capacity in underserved communities worldwide. By offering training and health care to local populations and medical assistance to people at highest risk, and with the flexibility to respond rapidly to emergency situations, International Medical Corps rehabilitates devastated health care systems and helps bring them back to self-reliance.

Project background
The proposed project seeks to contribute to reducing maternal and neonatal mortality rates through improved access to maternal health care for communities in Nkayi district. The objectives of the project look at improving access and utilization of maternal health services in the district and promoting optimal Infant and Young Child Feeding practices amongst caregivers in Nkayi district. This will contribute to the reduction of maternal mortality. In addition, the project will build the capacity of Ministry of Health nurses, ward nutrition coordinators and village health workers to support optimal infant and young child feeding.

International Medical Corps is therefore seeking qualified candidates for this project. The positions are contingent upon funding being received from the donor. The incumbents will be based in Nkayi District and will be working closely with relevant ministries in Matabeleland province.

Role purpose
The incumbent will be responsible for providing efficient, reliable and safe driving services; Additionally, s/he drives the office vehicle for transporting authorized personnel and delivery/collection of mail, documents and other items ensuring the highest standards of discretion and integrity, sense of responsibility, excellent knowledge of protocol and security issues.

Key responsibilities
Manage the day-to-day maintenance of the assigned vehicle to ensure roadworthiness of the vehicles; Take proper precautions to reduce potential security threats to passengers or property within the immediate vicinity of the vehicle and along transport routes; Ensure that the steps required by the local rules and regulations (pertaining to driving) are taken in case of involvement in accident

Candidate qualifications
Minimum O level qualifications with at least 5 passes; Must possess Valid Class 4 Driving Licence; Defensive driving certificate; At least 4 years’ driving experience working for a humanitarian organization; Mechanic qualification and experience an added advantage; Personal Commitment and high level of integrity; Good understanding of roads and road conditions in areas of operation – experience working in the areas of operation an added advantage.

To apply
Qualified and interested candidates are required to submit a letter of motivation and curriculum vitae with the job title in the subject line to recruitmentzimbabwe@internationalmedicalcorps.org Knowledge of the local language and culture is an added advantage.

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