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ZBIN Employment Tracker as at September 13, 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.


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


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On-Call Office Drivers: JF Kapnek Trust
Deadline: 16 September 2018

JF Kapnek Trust is a registered charitable trust, which has been operating in Zimbabwe since 1986. JF Kapnek Trust seeks to improve family health, reduce child mortality and create educational opportunities for children of Zimbabwe through the implementation of scalable sustainable programs.

The driver will be based at the Harare Office with possible visits to the field office and will be reporting to the Administrator. These posts are meant to fill our pool of on-call drivers who will be considered as and when the office requires their services. The driver will be responsible for: Safe transportation of people and goods; Vehicle maintenance; Maintain an accurate log book at all times; Any other duties as assigned at the office

Qualification, experience and skills required
Clean Class 4 Drivers License; Basic Secondary Education; Basic written and oral communication skills in English and other local languages; More than 5 years general driving experience. NGO sector experience an added advantage; Valid defensive driving certificate a must; First aid training an added advantage

To apply
Applicants should clearly indicate the position title in the email subject line. A cover letter with an up-to-date detailed CV and at least 3 contactable professional and character references (Including HR) should be forwarded to

JF Kapnek Trust is committed to upholding the rights of children. The successful candidates will be required to commit to child protection/safeguarding and to be bound by the JF Kapnek Child Protection Policy.

Senior Counsellor: AHF Zimbabwe
Deadline: 21 September 2018

AHF is an international humanitarian organization operating in Zimbabwe, collaborating with Ministry of Health and Child Care to create centers of excellence in HIV Care and Treatment. AHF is looking for a Senior Counsellor for Parirenyatwa Centre of Excellence. The successful candidates will work under the direct supervision of the Medical Director.

Position Summary
The Senior Counsellor will be expected to plan, co-ordinate and to work with a team of counselors in providing counseling, testing and psychosocial support to clients.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Creating demand for HTS within Parirenyatwa Centre of Excellence; Ensuring linkage to care to all clients tested positive; Plan and co-ordinate community HIV Testing outreaches; Ensure External Quality Control (EQA) and Internal Quality Control systems are in place according to Ministry of Health guidelines; Provides pre and post HIV confidential counseling and testing, to all patients willing to have the HIV test done; Performs the rapid HIV testing on all clients that have consented to testing using the recommended algorithm; Identifying areas of concern and challenges and taking necessary corrective action; Participate in planning, implementation and evaluation of HIV prevention, counselling and testing trainings; Collaborate with other health care professionals (doctor, nurse, social worker, community health care worker, home-based caregiver, and psychologist) in maintaining treatment protocol; Provide direct and comprehensive primary, preventive and psychosocial care to patients; Teach and counsel patients & family on disease prevention and staying healthy; Supervisory and Managerial Responsibilities: The person shall work with and supervise counsellors, HIV testers and peer educators; Other duties as may be assigned.

Degree/Diploma in HIV/AIDS Testing and Counselling, Psychology or Social Work; Certificate in Rapid HIV Testing; A minimum of two years of experience in HIV Testing and Counselling

To apply
Interested candidates should send their applications to: with the subject line Senior Counsellor AHF Zimbabwe. The closing date is 21 September 2018 but shortlisting will begin immediately. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Laboratory Technician: AHF Zimbabwe
Deadline: 21 September 2018

AHF is an international humanitarian organization operating in Zimbabwe, collaborating with Ministry of Health and Child Care to create centers of excellence in health. AHF is looking for a highly motivated Laboratory Technician to fill the position that has arisen at the AHF Mpilo Center of Excellence. The successful candidate will be expected to assist and participate in the establishment of laboratory services at the center and work closely with other service providers in ensuring quality laboratory services at the center.

Position Summary
The AHF lab technician will work under the direct supervision of the Medical Laboratory Scientist. The position is critical to ensure efficient day-to-day running of laboratory testing within the clinic.

Job Description
Essential Duties, Responsibilities and other duties that may be assigned: Perform daily general laboratory procedures including cleaning, blood collection, waste disposal, reception of specimens, logging and quality control; Perform routine laboratory tests and point of care tests in accordance with the Standard operating procedures; Preparation of samples and reagents for the various laboratory tests including Flow Cytometry Chemistry, Hematology, Microbiology and Virology; Ensure all client information is documented accurately on laboratory samples and on accompanying documents; To participate in the implementation of quality control and safety procedures and to conduct all lab tests in a safe and responsible manner; Knowledge of HIV/AIDS and related medical and patient care issues and concerns; To ensure that laboratory data obtained is of good quality and is reliable and to assist in the preparation of laboratory reports; Ensure all lab results are delivered in time and are recorded in the necessary databases for future reference; To participate in stock management, balancing inventories, stock count and preparation of orders to ensure uninterrupted supplies of consumables; Receive, check and file results; Ensures prevention of medico hazards by complying with biosafety standards and infection control standards; Package and dispatch specimens to referral laboratories; Assumes additional responsibilities as necessary (i.e.: attendance at all assigned committees).

Diploma/Certificate as a State Certified Medical Laboratory Technician or Equivalent; Phlebotomy skills or experience in blood collection techniques; Practicing certificate and current registration with the Medical Laboratory and Clinical Scientist Council of Zimbabwe; Experience in basic laboratory procedures such as Biochemistry, Hematology, Microbiology, and Serology; At least 3 years’ experience in a diagnostic environment is preferred.

To apply
Interested candidates should send their applications to: with the subject line Laboratory Technician AHF Zimbabwe. The closing date is 21 September 2018 but shortlisting will begin immediately. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Pharmacy Technician: AHF Zimbabwe
Deadline: 21 September 2018

AHF is an international humanitarian organization operating in Zimbabwe, partnering with Ministry of Health and Child Care to create centers of excellence in health facilities. Currently we are working in Parirenyatwa and Mpilo hospitals, upgrading Opportunistic Infection Clinics to Centers of Excellence. AHF is looking for highly qualified Pharmacy Technician to fill in the position that has arisen at the AHF Mpilo Centre of Excellence.

Position Summary
The position is critical to ensure efficient day to day management of prescription of all ARVs and OI drugs. The role will also include liaison with other Healthcare workers at Mpilo Centre of Excellence.

Job Description
The Pharmacy Technician will assist the Pharmacist perform the following duties: Processing of prescriptions, dispensing of medications to patients according to treatment guidelines and standard operating procedures; Provides instruction and information regarding correct use of medicines supplied; Counselling of patients on adherence to medications, adverse reactions, and food requirements of their medications; Data collection for reporting and ordering purposes monthly; Producing required reports timeously; Receives and stores incoming supplies; counts stock and enters data in computer and stock cards to maintain inventory records; Stock management and control, including regular stock take; Works with the clinic team to ensure that supplies that directly impact patient care are available all the time; Assists and communicates with medical staff concerning patient care issues (e.g. adverse drug reactions); Participating in the case management of individual patients to ensure the continuity care; Developing standard operating procedures and job aids to improve pharmacy systems; Maintaining high levels of professionalism and good ethical practice in the pharmacy; Undertakes Pharmacy activities in a manner reflective of the philosophy of AIDS Healthcare Foundation; Promotes team work, good interpersonal relations and communication among staff at the healthcare setting partner organisations, governmental organs etc.; Participates in pharmacy and clinic staff orientation; Supervision of junior staff; Exercises appropriate judgment and good decision-making skills; and Assumes additional responsibilities as necessary.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education and / or Experience:
Diploma in Pharmacy; Certification in ART, OI’s and Supply Chain Management; At least 3 years post graduate experience in a pharmacy, preferably with ARV and OI medications; Registration by Pharmacist Council of Zimbabwe with a valid Practicing License and is in good standing.

We at AIDS Healthcare Foundation believe that each individual is entitled to equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, creed, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status or disability.  The right of equal employment opportunity extends to recruiting, hiring selection, transfer, promotion, training and all other conditions of employment.

To apply
Interested candidates should send their applications to: with the subject line Pharmacy Technician AHF Zimbabwe. The closing date is 21 September 2018 but shortlisting will begin immediately. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Finance and Administration Officer: Local NGO
Deadline: 21 September 2018 (4pm)

A growing youth-focused NGO is looking for a solid professional to fill the vacancy of Finance and Administration Officer. Based in Chitungwiza and reporting to the Director, the incumbent will be responsible for operationalising the organization’s financial management,  administration and human resources policies.

Duties and responsibilities
Financial management: Preparing organizational and project budgets for projects and budgetary control, i.e. ensuring expenditure is compliant to budgets; Providing financial advice/guidance to the Director to ensure that strategic decisions with a financial implication are sound; Ensure all financial transactions strictly comply with organization policies and with donor contracts/agreements, guidelines and regulations; Training/inducting staff on the organization’s finance, administration and human resources policies, donor contracts/agreements, guidelines and regulations to ensure that their conduct guarantees compliance at all times; Prepare for annual external audits and respond to international auditors if required; Reporting to the board on financial, human resources and administration. / Accounting: Cash management; supervising the Petty Cashier and ensuring that all petty cash transactions comply with the organization’s cash management policy; Ensure that all financial records are complete, up to date and filed systematically; Accurately enter all daily transactions into the books of accounts, using QuickBooks and produce relevant reports, present these to the board for review and approval; Manage bank accounts and prepare periodic reconciliation statements; Scrutinize and release all requisitions for authorization by the Director in accordance with organization’s financial management policies and established approval levels; Process payroll, calculate and remit tax and other statutory obligations; ZIMRA, NSSA, and complete necessary returns; Management of debtors, creditors and reimbursements of employee expenses and ensuring timely payment to all creditors; Prepare monthly financial reports of each project for Director, Management Board and Board of Trustees; Perform month-end closing and year-end duties such as reconciliations, VAT reconciliations, PAYE returns, inventory lists, etc; Responsible for procurement activities in accordance with organization’s procurement policy; Provide assistance to program staff and project budget preparation; Responsible for consolidating all the programs and operational transactions for specific donors, for annual reports and for sharing with relevant stakeholders. / Administration & Human Resources: Manage the organisation’s operations; logistics, security, IT, records management; Ensure registration requirements with various authorities are kept current at all times and files; statutory returns and renewals; Manage leases to make sure they are current and amendments are processed as required; Maintain asset registers, conducting regular stock control and update accounting records accordingly; Maintain personnel files and payroll administration using Belina Time Systems; Ensure all IT equipment is properly functioning, including security of information, backups etc; Maintain finance and administration files; Carry out any other tasks as assigned by the Director; Handling labour relations issues of the organization.

Qualifications, skills and competencies required
Minimum professional qualifications; CIS, CIMA, SAAA, IAC; At least 8 years of working experience, at least 3 of which must be in NGO environment; Demonstrable familiarity and experience with donor regulations; Thorough knowledge of and experience with Quick Books; Experience with Human Resources management; Ability to present financial reports (orally and in writing),

To apply
If you feel you have what it takes to perform in this job, please send your detailed CV, 1-page motivation letter and stating preferred starting salary to

National Project Officer (Policy and Government Liaison): International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Deadline: 21 September 2018

Working under the overall supervision of the Chief of Mission, and direct supervision of the Project Manager, the Policy and Government Liaison officer will coordinate with relevant stakeholders working on migration governance and maintain contact with the government on policy issues. The Policy and Government Liaison officer will contribute towards maintaining strong collaborative relationship with government and facilitate the operations of the IOM country mission in Zimbabwe.

To apply
Download the full job description and application instructions here

Programme Associate (ZRBF Humanitarian/ DRM Associate): UNDP
Deadline: 25 September 2018

As a key partner in the Resilience debate in Zimbabwe, UNDP has in partnership with a number of donors taken the lead in designing the Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund (ZRBF). The overall objective of the fund is to contribute to increased capacities of communities to protect development gains and achieve improved well-being outcomes in the face of shocks and stresses enabling them to contribute to economic growth of Zimbabwe. This will be achieved through a combination of 3 sets of results which will focus on a) creating a body of evidence for increased application of evidence in policy making and application for resilience; b) setting up a multi donor trust for Resilience Building in Zimbabwe to allow for partners to come together around the Resilience Framework and principles to improve the absorptive, adaptive and transformative capacities of at-risk communities; and c) setting up a risk financing mechanism which will provide appropriate, predictable, coordinated and timely response to risk and shocks from a resilience perspective.

Operating on the principles of joint programming the Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund will aim to provide flexible, coordinated and predictable funding of approximately 75 million USD to support the achievement of increased national resilience to shocks – aligning to nationally owned and determined priorities. By improving coordination among all stakeholders, the Fund can also provide a forum for policy dialogue, and programmatic coordination and harmonization as well as building up a body of evidence for improved joint targeting and programme design.  To contribute to the achievement of the above, the DRM/Humanitarian Associate will support the Programme Specialist in the ZRBF adaptive programing and management to ensure better coherence, relevance, quality and accountability in the ZRBF early warning early action (Crisis Modifier) interventions i.e. Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Adaptation interventions etc. in resilience building efforts implemented by ZRBF Grantees

Duties and Responsibilities
Under the guidance and supervision of the Programme Specialist the Disaster Risk Management/Humanitarian Associate will support the successful implementation of ZRBF Crisis Modifier component with some Disaster Risk Management related activities/approaches to contribute to the overall resilience of target communities.

To apply
View the full job description and apply online here

Operations Specialist: Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO)
Deadline: 25 September 2018

With the support of the Government of the United Kingdom (UK) through the Department for International Development (DFID), FAO is implementing the Livelihoods and Food Security Programme (LFSP). The programme aims to contribute to poverty reduction through increased incomes for 200,000 beneficiary households in Zimbabwe. To complement its team for LFSP, FAO invites application from qualified and experienced candidates to fill the post of Operations specialist. The Operations Specialist is responsible for the management of day-to-day operations activities including financial monitoring, expenditure forecast and grant closures.

To apply
Detailed information about the position, scope of work and how to apply can be accessed on the FAO website through this link

Applications should include an updated CV and a cover letter.

FAO is an equal opportunity employer; qualified women are encouraged to apply. FAO is a smoke free environment. FAO is a member of the United Nations and does not charge any fees or require personal banking details at any stage of the recruitment process (application, interview, meeting, traveling, processing, training or any other fees).

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