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Occupational Health and Safety Institute located in Kitwe, a statutory body under the Ministry of Health and established under the Occupational Health and Safety Act No. 36 of 2010, is looking for suitably qualified and experienced Zambians to fill the followings position: Job Objective To conduct Environmental Risk Assessment (ERA) in work places in order to facilitate a safe working environment. Duties and Responsibilities To conduct Risk assessments and prepare reports in order to facilitate a safe work environment Maintain Occupational health and Safety standards in places of work Enforce timely inspection of workplaces in order to ensure adherence to occupational health and safety standards Conduct physiological examinations in order to facilitate decision making Timely calibration of Instrumentation before use and periodically Performance management preparation for effective monitoring and evaluation of performance Qualifications and Experience: Full Grade 12 school certificate BSc Hygiene/ BSc Occupational Health and Safety or BSc Environmental Health Minimum 3 years’ experience in the field of occupational hygiene Able to write comprehensively, analyse and compile technical reports Able to communicate effectively in English Registered member of the Health Professions Council of Zambia Registered with the Southern African Institute of Occupational Hygienists will be an added advantage Candidates should send a cover letter, Educational & Professional Qualifications and a detailed C.V to: Method of Application The Board Chairman, Occupational Health and Safety Institute, P.O. Box 20205, KITWE or email at . Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. For any queries contact the Institute on the following numbers: +260 212 226062; 0977511486
The National Prosecution Authority (NPA) is an autonomous body established by the NPA Act No. 34 of 2010. Its mission is to “provide an effective and efficient prosecution service to the public in an accountable and transparent manner, in order to uphold the rule of law, justice and human rights”. In its quest to improve service delivery, NPA is hereby inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the following position: Reports to: Head Procurement Duty Station: Headquarters Main Job Purpose: To undertake the provision of storage, distribution and maintenance of procurement records in order to facilitate decision making. Specific Duties and Requirements: Undertakes timely storage of goods in order to avoid loss and destruction. Maintains accurately an up-to-date Register of Supplies in order to establish a reliable supplier base. Prepares and undertakes effectively the provision of secretarial services to the National Prosecution Authority Tender Committees in order to facilitate decision making. Prepares timely and accurately bidding documents in order to facilitate decision making. Supervises effectively the procurement of goods, services and works in order to ensure their timely availability. Qualifications and Work Experience: Full Form V or Grade 12 School Certificate Degree in Purchasing and Supplies or equivalent Must have a minimum of two (02) years’ experience of relevant post- qualification work Must be a Member of Zambia Institute of Purchasing and Supply Skills and Other Attributes: Excellent writing and oral skills Able to write comprehensive reports Ability to work under pressure Must be Computer Literate Ability to lead and motivate staff (managerial skills) Interpersonal skills Confidentiality Method of Application Applications accompanied with certified copies of Academic Certificates and Curriculum Vitae, should be directed to the Office of the Chief Administrator using the following address: The Chief Administrator National Prosecution Authority, Plot BLX 29B, Independence Avenue, PO Box 33970, Ridgeway Lusaka, ZAMBIA. Applicants who are not able to physically submit their application documents to the address given above are advised to submit their documents electronically using the following email address: NPA is an equal opportunity employer. Kindly note that only shortlisted candidates for interviews will be contacted.
The National Prosecution Authority (NPA) is an autonomous body established by the NPA Act No. 34 of 2010. Its mission is to “provide an effective and efficient prosecution service to the public in an accountable and transparent manner, in order to uphold the rule of law, justice and human rights”. In its quest to improve service delivery, NPA is hereby inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the following position: Reports to: Head Procurement Duty Station: Headquarters Main Job Purpose To undertake the provision of storage, distribution and maintenance of procurement records in order to facilitate decision making. Specific Duties and Requirements: Undertakes timely storage of goods in order to avoid loss and destruction Maintains accurately an up-to-date Register of Suppliers in order to establish a reliable supplier base. Prepares and undertakes effectively the provision of secretarial services to the NPA Procurement Committee to facilitate decision making Prepares timely and accurately Bidding documents in order to facilitate decision making Supervises effectively the procurement of goods, services and works in order to ensure their timely availability. Qualifications and Work Experience: Full Form V or Grade 12 School Certificate Degree in Purchasing and Supplies or equivalent Must have a minimum of two (02) years experience of relevant post- qualification work Must be a Member of Zambia Institute of Purchasing and Supply Skills and Other Attributes: Excellent writing and oral skills Able to write comprehensive reports Ability to work under pressure Must be Computer Literate Ability to lead and motivate staff ( managerial skills) Interpersonal skills Confidentiality Method of Application Applications accompanied with certified copies of Academic Certificates and Curriculum Vitae, should be directed to the Office of the Chief Administrator using the following address: The Chief Administrator National Prosecution Authority, Plot BLX 29B, Independence Avenue, PO Box 33970, Ridgeway Lusaka, ZAMBIA. Applicants who are not able to physically submit their application documents to the address given above are advised to submit their documents electronically using the following email address: NPA is an equal opportunity employer. Kindly note that only shortlisted candidates for interviews will be contacted.
The National Prosecution Authority (NPA) is an autonomous body established by the NPA Act No. 34 of 2010. Its mission is to “provide an effective and efficient prosecution service to the public in an accountable and transparent manner, in order to uphold the rule of law, justice and human rights”. In its quest to improve service delivery, NPA is hereby inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the following position: Reports to: Purchasing and Supplies Officer Duty Station: NPA Headquarters Main Job Purpose: To undertake the provision of storage, distribution and maintenance of procurement records in order to facilitate decision making. Specific Duties and Requirements: Undertakes timely storage of goods in order to avoid loss and destruction. Maintains accurately an up-to-date Goods Register in order to maintain accurate record of all goods received. Maintains an efficient and effective storeroom operation by following procedures to receive, unpack, inventory, store (as necessary), account for, and issue to end users. Utilises a computer to determine stock balances, bin locations, inputs or retrieves data for routine operational needs, prepares reports, and performs perpetual inventory maintenance. Focuses on end user needs and end user satisfaction, promotes transparency and integrity to all staff within Authority. Conducts store counts, and other inventories of bin and bulk stock items and identifies and corrects discrepancies. Maintains tools, equipment, and machinery in operational condition by inspecting tools and equipment when returned to the stores area. Contributes to an accident-free work environment by keeping the stores area clean, neat and orderly. Qualifications and Work Experience Full Form V or Grade 12 School Certificate Diploma in Purchasing and Supplies or equivalent Must have a minimum of two (02) years experience of relevant post- qualification work Must be a Member of Zambia Institute of Purchasing and Supply Skills and Other Attributes: Excellent writing and oral skills Able to write comprehensive reports Ability to work under pressure Must be Computer Literate Ability to lead and motivate staff ( managerial skills) Interpersonal skills Confidentiality Method of Application Applications accompanied with certified copies of Academic Certificates and Curriculum Vitae, should be directed to the Office of the Chief Administrator using the following address: The Chief Administrator National Prosecution Authority, Plot BLX 29B, Independence Avenue, PO Box 33970, Ridgeway Lusaka, ZAMBIA. Applicants who are not able to physically submit their application documents to the address given above are advised to submit their documents electronically using the following email address: NPA is an equal opportunity employer. Kindly note that only shortlisted candidates for interviews will be contacted.
The National Prosecution Authority (NPA) is an autonomous body established by the NPA Act No. 34 of 2010. Its mission is to “provide an effective and efficient prosecution service to the public in an accountable and transparent manner, in order to uphold the rule of law, justice and human rights”. In its quest to improve service delivery, NPA is hereby inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the following position: Reports to: Purchasing and Supplies Officer Duty Station: Chipata Office, Kasama Office, Mongu Office and Livingstone Office Main Job Purpose: To undertake the provision of storage, distribution and maintenance of procurement records in order to facilitate decision making. Specific Duties and Requirements: Undertakes timely storage of goods in order to avoid loss and destruction. Maintains accurately an up-to-date Register of Supplies in order to establish a reliable supplier base. Prepares and undertakes effectively the provision of secretarial services to the National Prosecution Authority Tender Committees in order to facilitate decision making. Prepares timely and accurately Bidding documents in order to facilitate decision making. Supervises effectively the procurement of goods, services and works in order to ensure their timely availability. Qualifications and Work Experience Full Form V or Grade 12 School Certificate Diploma in Purchasing and Supplies or equivalent Must have a minimum of two (02) years experience of relevant post- qualification work Must be a Member of Zambia Institute of Purchasing and Supply Skills and Other Attributes Excellent writing and oral skills Able to write comprehensive reports Ability to work under pressure Must be Computer Literate Ability to lead and motivate staff ( managerial skills) Interpersonal skills Confidentiality Method of Application Applications accompanied with certified copies of Academic Certificates and Curriculum Vitae, should be directed to the Office of the Chief Administrator using the following address: The Chief Administrator National Prosecution Authority, Plot BLX 29B, Independence Avenue, PO Box 33970, Ridgeway Lusaka, ZAMBIA. Applicants who are not able to physically submit their application documents to the address given above are advised to submit their documents electronically using the following email address: NPA is an equal opportunity employer. Kindly note that only shortlisted candidates for interviews will be contacted.
The National Prosecution Authority (NPA) is an autonomous body established by the NPA Act No. 34 of 2010. Its mission is to “provide an effective and efficient prosecution service to the public in an accountable and transparent manner, in order to uphold the rule of law, justice and human rights”. In its quest to improve service delivery, NPA is hereby inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the following position: Reports to: Assistant Director Administration Duty Station: Headquarters Main Job Purpose To manage the operations of the Authority’s library in order to ensure availability of information. Specific Duties and Requirements: Undertakes the development, implementation and evaluation the information in the Library’s short and long term strategic plan in support of the Authority mission. Undertakes the timely procurement of library materials in order to ensure availability of up-to date information. Maintains an effective library system in order to facilitate accessibility of information by the users. Maintains an effective security system in order to minimise losses. Advising on policy that provides the use of information among member of staff and external users, such as Auditors. Supervising the use of database in the library and liaise with IT officers in order to maintain the information. Qualifications and Work Experience: Full Form V or Grade 12 School Certificate Bachelor of Arts in Library and information studies. Must have a minimum of two (02) years experience of relevant post- qualification work Member to relevant Professional Body Skills and Other Attributes: Excellent writing and oral skills Must be Computer Literate Ability to lead and motivate staff ( managerial skills) Interpersonal skills Confidentiality Method of Application Applications accompanied with certified copies of Academic Certificates and Curriculum Vitae, should be directed to the Office of the Chief Administrator using the following address: The Chief Administrator National Prosecution Authority, Plot BLX 29B, Independence Avenue, PO Box 33970, Ridgeway Lusaka, ZAMBIA. Applicants who are not able to physically submit their application documents to the address given above are advised to submit their documents electronically using the following email address: NPA is an equal opportunity employer. Kindly note that only shortlisted candidates for interviews will be contacted.
The position will coordinate local procurement activities and processes to acquire goods and services in support of the delivery of high-quality programming to the poor and vulnerable. The individual’s knowledge and experience will allow him/her to successfully coordinate the quality and efficiency of procurement and purchasing activities and ensure stewardship, integrity transparency, and accountability Primary Responsibilities: Manage procurement procedures and systems Coordinate fully compliant procurement systems and operating procedures Assess effectiveness and efficiency of procurement systems and procedures and recommend improvements Contribute to ensuring compliance with Healthy Learners’ procurement principles, standards, and policies, donor regulations, and local statutory requirements Coordinate with various departments to develop and maintain an up-to-date procurement plan with all quantities, quality and delivery requirements for goods and services Procure and ensure timely, efficient and cost effective supply of goods and services to user projects / departments in accordance with internal policies and procedures as well as donor requirements. Prepare solicitation documents to potential vendors/suppliers to facilitate selection of suitable suppliers of goods and services Develop and manage list of qualified vendors of goods and services Prepare purchase orders for sanctioning by management after requisitions have been authorised and promptly dispatch approved orders to concerned suppliers Provide pricing information to assist budget holders with budget preparation Coordinate the sourcing process and perform various activities to assist with ensuring the best value for money: market research, cost estimates, solicitation documents, bidding process facilitation, supplier identification and research, quality and availability of goods assessment, negotiation, contract/purchase order and other documents preparation. Review contracts for lease agreements, vendor and supplier contracts Review all purchase requisitions and cross check with price targets to ensure that all specifications are clear and corresponding authorisations have been obtained and attached. Ensure effective and timely preparation of bidding documents in order to facilitate bid invitations and tender evaluations and awards. Collect information to confirm that goods/services delivered are what have been ordered in the correct quantities and quality as well as ensure that they arrive on schedule and at the right cost. Maintain correspondence and constant contact with suppliers to follow up on the execution of contractual terms and conditions as well as handle issues if needed. Develop and implement systems and processes that ensure full and complete documentation of receipt and distribution of procured goods. Communicate with various program and operation units to coordinate and track goods/services delivery and receipt and keep everyone informed of the status. Monitor and report on supplier performance, noting current and/or potential issues and/or inefficiencies and assist with contract/purchase order modifications. Accountable for transparency within the procurement department through ensuring a complete, accurate and up-to-date document trail of all procurement processes, vendor files, procurement and inventory database to assist with control and accountability. Liaise with counterparts at partner organisations to ensure effective and efficient collaboration on all matters related to procurement, including when space and resources are shared Monitor and review administration of construction related activities Support Administration to ensure inventory systems are implemented and well managed within the office Review asset registers and conduct asset counts Prepare reports and facilitate document retrieval. Any other responsibilities as assigned Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Purchasing & Supply or other related field. Five or more years of relevant experience in procurement/purchasing management, logistics, administration, preferably with a non-governmental organisation Preferred Skills / Prerequisites: Technical Skills and Experience Procurement strategy formulation, implementation and monitoring Procurement policies and procedure Supplies and materials management Vendor management Annual procurement planning Procurement documentation management Ability to effectively manage of procurement committee meetings Procurement negotiations Able to carry out basic tasks on a computer or hand-held device Knowledge of contract terms, as well as a proven ability to successfully complete purchase orders against specifications. Experience in and understanding of risk management Professional certification a plus Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) Level 4 is an added advantage Knowledge of budgeting and resource allocation procedures is a plus Knowledge of international and national pr...
The graphic designer role includes the entire process of defining requirements, visualising, and creating graphics including illustrations, logos, layouts, and photos. They will be the ones to shape the visual aspects of websites, books, magazines, product packaging, exhibitions and more. Responsibilities: Study design briefs and determine requirements Conceptualise visuals based on requirements Prepare rough drafts and present ideas Develop illustrations, logos and other designs using software or by hand Use the appropriate colours and layouts for each graphic Work with copywriters and creative director to produce the final design Test graphics across various media Amend designs after feedback Ensure final graphics and layouts are visually appealing and on-brand Requirements: Diploma in Graphics Design, Fine Arts, or related field. Proven graphic designing experience A strong portfolio of illustrations or other graphics Familiarity with design software and technologies (such as In Design, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Photoshop) Excellent communication skills Ability to work methodically and meet deadlines Method of Application To apply for this job email your details to the email below:
FHI 360 is a nonprofit human development organisation dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. Our staff includes experts in health, education, nutrition, environment, economic development, civil society, gender, youth, research and technology — creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today’s interrelated development challenges. FHI 360 serves more than 70 countries and all U.S. states and territories. We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of: Project Description: FHI 360 seeks a Data Manager for the USAID funded USAID Open Doors Project. The USAID Open Doors Project is an activity providing comprehensive HIV prevention, care and treatment services to key populations in targeted provinces of Zambia with the goal of contributing to a reduction in new HIV infections, in alignment with Zambia’s National AIDS Strategic Framework (NASF), 2017–2021. USAID Open Doors Project supports the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) as it works towards the goal of an AIDS-Free generation, in Zambia, as well as globally. Job Summary/Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Senior Advisor, Monitoring, Evaluation & Research, the Data Manager will assist in providing technical support in the development, creation, modification, and test coding data management systems for USAID Open Doors project. He/she will ensure consistency and integrity of data; oversee the collection and reporting of complex, related information. He/she will interpret data and provide advice and consultation regarding implications of the data. He/she will be responsible for supporting field teams using devices and data flow. He/she will support forms and script that allow for the creation and maintenance of an electronic software working as part of a M&E team. He/she will participate in other activities related to HMIS, research, targeted evaluation, surveillance surveys and monitoring and evaluation as well as provide training to Information system users. Duties And Responsibilities: Analyze program data management requirements and define system specifications. Design, implement and maintain databases to meet user requirements and application Maintain/build relational database schemas, tables, views, data dictionaries, and stored procedures as required by various program areas. Manage database access, security, integrity and backup procedures. Design and maintain database administration procedures and manuals Create ad-hoc and standard reports as required. Setup and Design of backup and recovery solutions, according to Disaster Recovery scenarios, Plan and Document specifications. Independently analyze, solve, and correct issues in real time, providing problem resolution end-to-end. Conduct routine data quality assessments on program databases and provide ongoing support to Project and partner staff in data management and monitoring and evaluation. Build the capacity of project and partner staff in Data Management Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications And Requirements: BSc in computer science, information technology , engineering or related field. At least five (5) years of relevant work experience in database design and management. Relational Database Management experience in the past. Experience working with Microsoft Access for data management Ability to write SQL queries and validate query results. Proficiency in data management and analytic software e.g. SQL, MS Excel, MS Power BI, Tableau, R. Experience working with GIS software like ArcGIS, QGIS In-depth knowledge of at least one high-level programming language such as C-Sharp, Java, Python etc Knowledge of mobile application development Experience with Social Network Analysis and Visualisation tools for Computer Scientists Cloud Database management experience Data warehouse or Data analytics preferred. Knowledge of best practices in data visualisation and business intelligence (BI) – Strong understanding of BI features and capabilities and how that is implemented for business solutions preferred. Knowledge of DATIM, PEPFAR reporting systems and DHIS2 Should be self-driven with strong analytical, organisational and project management skills. Experience with software development methodology and release processes Excellent knowledge of software and application design and architecture Monitor and analyse information and data systems and evaluate their performance to discover ways of enhancing them (new technologies, upgrades etc) An analytical mindset with problem-solving skills. Excellent communication and collaboration skills. This job description summaries the main duties of the job. It neither prescribes nor restricts the exact tasks that may be assigned to carry out these duties: FHI 360 is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. FHI 360 is an equal employment and affirmative action employer whereby we do not engage in practices that discriminate agai...
Behaviourial skills: Good communication skill, right attitude to work Functional skills: System Administration (Unix & Windows) Unix scripting Knowledge of Signaling, SS7, Knowledge of Roaming protocols, messaging protocols SMPP, HTTP etc. IP networking and routing Interpersonal skills. Education details – Bachelor’s Degree Job Description – Experience on VAS platforms such as messaging systems, USSD, Roaming solutions, Content and Call management systems and RBT Knowledge of VAS protocols: SMPP, HTTP get/post, HTTPS as well as other known standard protocols like, Diameter, SNMP, SOAP etc. Sound knowledge of Linux and Window OS and Hardware infrastructure support Knowledge of IP/LAN routing network SQL/Oracle Server database administration Software support using ASP.NET, C#, Java and MS SQL Server database. Excellent oral and written communication and inter-personal skills Ability to work in a team environment and interface with internal and external customers across different locations and time-zone. Ability to participate in a 24/7 operations environment. Role & Responsibilities Support in the daily operational support activities of VAS platforms. Carrying out preventive health checks, housekeeping activities, daily backup activities Resolve and respond to customer incidents raised through Service desk and relevant channels First level application troubleshooting in case of problems and coordinate with L2 and SMEs for resolving technical incidents and providing RCA report details. Support in project management related value-added services, including service rollout and service performance improvement. Method of Application Submit your CV and application on company website:
Department: Technology & Innovation Age: 25 – 35 Location: Lusaka & Kitwe Objectives of this Role Represent our company’s technology, innovation and communication services, starting with a deep and comprehensive understanding and following with consumer research to identify how our solutions meet needs Generate leads and build relationships planning and organising daily work schedule to call on existing or potential sales opportunities Meet weekly, monthly, and annual sales budget Develop and implement action plan through data analysis, and adjust sales techniques based on interactions and results in the field Daily and Monthly Responsibilities: Maintain working relationships with existing clients to ensure exceptional service and identification of potential new sales opportunities Identify appropriate prospects, set appointments, make effective qualifying sales calls, and manage sales cycle to close new business Possess in-depth product knowledge and be able to conduct demos Prepare pipeline reports for submission to management Prepare appropriate and accurate tender documents for bids Achieve sales goals by assessing current client needs and following a defined selling process with potential buyers, often utilising product demos and presentations Meet a specified number of client visits, cold calls, follow up calls and report back on a daily basis Coordinate with administrator and Department Head to ensure company policies and standards are being met, performing market research and regular competitor monitoring Skills and Qualifications: 2 years experience in sales ideally within a technology, Innovation, Security or Communication setting with at least 3 traceable references from a reputable institution Excellent communication, interpersonal, problem-solving, presentation, and organisational skills Proficiency with sales management software and CRM Good knowledge in latest technologies an added advantage Personal integrity Energetic, Enthusiastic and willing to travel Preferred Qualifications: Minimum of a diploma in business or related field Proven success rate at levels above set targets Valid Driving License (Class C at an advantage) Method of Application Only suitable and qualified candidates should apply by sending their applications to the email below:
Family Builders Zambia is a Christian Non-governmental organisation founded in 2016 whose objective is to unite and strengthen the family system in the society. We pride ourselves in our ground-level knowledge of family and marriage life and health services where we work and in our ability to provide realistic, life applicable and long lasting solutions at both community and national level. We are commencing our new three year project in Lusaka Province and would like to engage the services of a Field Coordinator. General Responsibilities: The FBZ Field Coordinator will, primarily, support the Young Achievers Girls Academy and Married Couples projects by overseeing family Builders Zambia’s volunteers and officers who will be supporting districts through trainings, capacity building, data reviews and technical assistance. This position will liaise with stakeholders from (DHO’S) District Health Offices from Lusaka Province, Program Coordinators, Health Facilities and Family Builders Zambia senior management to facilitate program objectives and optimise resource flow. The Field Coordinator will also support other Family Builders Zambia’s programs as needed or as skills dictate, among these programs include the Family Management Training and Television/Radio programs. The ideal candidate will be able to independently manage various programmatic deadlines, manage field teams, complete written reports, identify and communicate best practices for further discussion and action, and leverage implementation efforts across the program to add value to surveillance strengthening efforts. Specific Responsibilities: Develop collaborative working relationships with key stakeholders at national, provincial, district and facility levels. Support district micro planning for YAGA and MCF activities and the preparation thereof. Conduct Reveal trainings for YAGA, MCF and FMT activities and the preparation thereof. Manage and track the performance of Family Builders volunteers in each district providing required support where it is needed most. Identify key issues being experienced by the district teams and FBZ’s volunteers and report them to senior FBZ management Monitor quality data on the Reveal dashboards highlighting any key issues to the district and FBZ teams to discuss responsive action. Collate and summarise weekly reports from the FBZ Volunteers. Provide remote and in field support to the FBZ Volunteers and district teams Identify districts that are struggling to follow the data and decision making protocols and provide additional capacity building where necessary Compile post season reports on the activities undertaken, success, challenges, data analysis and recommendations for future work. Conduct post season dissemination of the analysis and reports during post season meeting and through any other communication needed Proactively meet with key stakeholders to strengthen program implementation. Proactively schedule meetings with the Program Manager to assess delivery status. Support other FBZ programs as assigned Minimum Qualifications: Diploma plus 1+ years of experience in a relevant field – Public Health, Monitoring and Evaluation, Development Studies, or other related field. Well-versed in health information systems and working knowledge of the Zambian HMIS Experience creating training curriculum and teaching aides/guides Strong background in training or facilitating, especially within the Zambian context. Working understanding of health-related monitoring and evaluation Excellent interpersonal and relationship-building skills Self-starter who will thrive through exemplifying ownership and initiative in assigned projects Excellent critical-thinking, creativity, and problem solving skills Works well with challenging and changing delivery schedules A media background will be an advantage. Location and Term This position is based in Lusaka, Zambia, commencing on or about July 1, 2020. Method of Application Candidates will be interviewed on a rolling basis and are encouraged to apply early. To apply, please submit a cover letter and CV with references with “Application: Field Coordinator” as the email’s subject line.
Organisational relationships: Reports to the Head of ICT Position Objective: As the key technical member of the ICT team, the post holder will be required to ensure that the University’s information and communication technology needs, both current and future, are met. Ultimately the ideal position holder will ensure reliability, effectiveness and future proofing of ALL the University’s critical IT Infrastructure. Duties and Responsibilities: The post holder will be primarily responsible for maintaining the following (but will be supported in the delivery of these duties by the ICT Manager & an ICT Technician). A1. Network Infrastructure & Security: Delivery of a University IT network that is fast, efficient, reliable and protected from risks as far as budget and resources allow, including: A2. University Services Infrastructure and Support: Delivery of an infrastructure fit to support the services required by the University, with appropriate security, resilience and backup. This includes, but not exclusively: A3. Planning and managing infrastructure: Planning. Actively assist the Head of ICT in creation and maintenance of plans for future infrastructure and services. A4. Helpdesk and hardware support for staff, students and guests: With the ICT Manager and other members of the ICT team help to deliver enterprise wide support. Qualifications/Experience /Competencies: At least a Degree in Information Technology or any related qualification with 3 years’ experience providing generalist IT administrative expertise in a medium sized business Real interest in IT delivery and customer orientated design Initiative and pro-activity to follow through with problem solving and research High personal standards of performance and desire to develop skills and knowledge Accuracy and attention to detail Extensive administrative experience of most of the following: Microsoft Operating Systems (Server 2012, 2016 or 2019 and Windows 10 OS), Network & Domain Management, Virtualisation Technologies, Linux and Web technologies. Excellent interpersonal skills including ability to explain complex technologies with clarity and patience. Real understanding of and aim to meet customer needs and service provision Ability to prioritise workload effectively, while under pressure and to provide flexibility and support within the IT team. Desirable: Experience of work in IT within the educational sector will be an added advantage. Please clearly indicate the job title in the subject of your email and use your full name and the job you are applying for as the filename of your application. Applications should consist of your cover letter and CV only, in a single document. Hand delivered or posted applications will not be accepted. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. Method of Application All applications should be e-mailed:
Varun Food & Beverages Zambia Ltd (Creambell) a leading Food manufacturing company situated at plot No. 37426, Mungwi Road in Heavy Industrial area, Lusaka is URGENTLY looking to recruit suitably qualified individual to fill the position of Accounts Assistant to be based in Lusaka. Responsibilities and Duties: Posts customer payments by recording cash, checks, and credit card transactions. Posts revenues by verifying and entering transactions form lock box and local deposits. Updates receivables by totalling unpaid invoices. Maintains records by microfilming invoices, debits, and credits. Verifies validity of account discrepancies by obtaining and investigating information from sales, trade promotions, customer service departments, and from customers; Resolves valid or authorised deductions by entering adjusting entries. Resolves invalid or unauthorised deductions by following pending deductions procedures. Resolves collections by examining customer payment plans, payment history, credit line; coordinating contact with collections department. Summaries receivables by maintaining invoice accounts; coordinating monthly transfer to accounts receivable account; verifying totals; preparing report. Accomplishes accounting and organisation mission by completing related results as needed Qualifications Full grade 12 school certificate. Experience in Fast moving consumer goods Level 2 ACCA/CIMA or Full AAT & NATECH Experience in fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) ZICA Membership a must Ability to work under pressure especially during the audit Knowledge of accounting package like SAP preferable Good interpersonal skill Only candidate between 25 – 30 years and meeting the above qualification should apply. Method of Application Interested candidates meeting the above criteria should urgently submit their resume to the email below:
GS Cash Advance Ltd has the prime aim of offering financial services to individuals that are in formal employment and are working for companies that GS has approved to be eligible companies in its data base. From its inception, the company has grown and continues to grow steadily with prospects of future expansion. In view of this, GS CASH Advance is hereby inviting well qualified, energetic, enthusiastic, self-motivated and focused professionals to apply for the following vacant position: The Main Responsibilities will include: Be the first point of contact for all clients Provide Clients with sufficient information on the GS Cash Advance products Call clients to remind them of payments or any other information that needs spreading Exercising sound commercial judgement in resolving issues appropriately within the confines of the company’s credit policy, sales strategy and other company rules/policies Ensure proper documentation is stored in line with provided company, regulatory and legal guidelines Ensure punctual repayments of salary advances by monitoring using the company’s software and contacting clients Arrange for the disbursement of salary advances in collaboration and close liaison with the Trainee Loan Consultant Arrange appointments with clients as well as prepare a complete loan assessment in line with the GS Cash Advance credit policy Locations: Petauke, Lundazi, Isoka, Mbala and Chinsali, Zambia Method of Application To apply for this job email your details to the email below:
Purpose To provide excellent service by processing client transactions in a quick correct and efficient manner according to specified procedures. Experience and qualifications Diploma/Degree in Business related field. Previous teller experience will be an added advantage. TCD experience preferable. Responsibilities Management of cost (Tellers Differences). Leads generation. Must be ready to receive customer when the doors open. Engage the customers in a professional way as specified in the service standards. Ensure that the customers’ requests are clearly understood. Process the request in a quick and efficient manner without any mistakes. Treated customer information with the necessarily confidentiality. Make the customer aware of security information that will assist them in keeping their money safe Adherence to FNB Golden Rules. Execute activities within risk and compliance requirements. Error free capture of transactions (deposits, transfers, payments and withdrawals) Achieve competence against all key result areas required. Ensure annual / sick leave is updated on MyWorkPlace. Method of Application Submit your CV and application on company website:
Heavy Equipment repair technician with ability to operate TLB Qualifications: Minimum Crafts certificate in HER and valid TLB operating certificate / permit. Willing to work in rural setup. Method of Application Applications to be sent to the email below:
Established in 2012 under the Water Resources Management Act No. 21 of 2012 under the Water Resources Management Authority (WARMA), whose main function, is “to promote and adopt a dynamic, gender-sensitive, integrated, interactive, participatory and multisectorol approach to water resources management and development that includes human, land, environmental and socio-economic considerations, especially poverty reduction and the elimination of water borne diseases, including malaria.” WARMA is responsible for managing and regulating the use of Zambia’s water resources in an integrated, participatory and sustainable manner based on humon, land, environmental and socio-economic considerations. WARMA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In order to effectively manage its functions, the Authority wishes to recruit a suitably qualified, self-motivated and experienced person for the following position: Authority Secretary (X1) Department: Legal Reports to: Director General Location: WARMA Head Office – Lusaka Qualifications: Grade 12 School Certificate with 5 ‘O’ levels including English Language or its equivalent A degree in Law (LLB) from a reputable Institution Advocate of the High Court of Zambia with a valid Legal Practising License issued by the Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) A minimum of Five (5) years’ post qualifying experience with at least 5 years in a senior management position, preferably in a similar institution; Must be a Zambian Citizen Other requirements: Must be computer literate Proven strong writing and analytical skills; and Good interpersonal skills. Purpose of the Job: To lead, coordinate and control legal and Board Secretariai functions in order to contribute to the achievement of the Authority’s mandate. Main Duties and Accountabilities: Provides effective secretarial services to the Water Resources Management Authority Board and Senior Monogernent to ensure effective and efficient administration of operations of the Board Plans, directs and coordinates activities relating to provision of legal services and support. This includes advising and representing the Board on all legal matters, legal drafting and reviewing documentation, and attending to conveyance relating to Board property Advise the Board on its roles and responsibilities: Advise the Authority on all legal matters to ensure that the interests of the Authority are safeguarded. Facilitate the orientation of new Board Directors and assist in training and development Monitor corporate governance developments and assist the Board in tailoring governance practices to meet the Board’s needs and stakeholder expectations; Maintain key corporate documents and records Handle litigation cases by appearing, in person, in the Court of law to institute and for defend cases where WARMA is party to and process of documents pertaining thereto, Provide legal opinion and advice to management on all operations and transactions in order to ensure adherence to stipulated legal obligations. Undertake a variety of ad-hoc activities, such as preparation of writs, summons of appearance, delivery of summons, preparation of a variety of memoranda, etc. Interprets laws, including the Water Resources Management Act No. 21 of 2020 so that the institution is properly guided in executing its mandate. Perform any other duties as the supervisor may request from to time to Note: Female candidates are encouraged to apply Interested persons should send their application letters supported by copies of certified academic and professional qualifications with de-tailed CVS with 3 trace-able to the following address not later electronic copies shall not be considered. The Board Chairperson, Water Resources Management Authority, Plot No LN-385-7 & 385-8, Alick Nkhota Rood, PO Box 51059, Lusaka. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Applications received later than the closing date shall not be considered.
Rockview University is a privately run Institution accredited with Higher Education Authority in accordance with Higher Education Act No. 4 of 2013, The Teaching council of Zambia in accordance with the Professional Act No.5 of 2013 section 35, the general Council of Zambia in accordance with the Nurse and Midwives Act No. 31 of 1997 as well as affiliated with the Health Professions Council of Zambia. The University seeks to recruit suitably qualified and self- motivated individuals. Station: Lusaka Main Campus Qualifications: Bachelor of Science in Nursing Diploma in Registered Nursing and/or Midwifery At least 2 years experience in teaching or in clinical practice Must possess a valid practicing licence Masters in nursing or related field is an added advantage Attributes: Must have communication and interpersonal skills Must demonstrate knowledge of various nursing processes and procedures Responsibilities, include but not limited to: Evaluates student nurses in classroom and clinical areas Maintains student progression records Prepare lesson plans Method of Application Interested persons meeting the above requirements should apply sending their Academic and Professional qualifications, valid practicing licence and a detailed CV to the indicating the job title in the subject line:
Responsibilities: To train staff to provide high standards of service and increase their personal knowledge. To assist the F&B Manager in the completion of ordering, scheduling and reports as necessary. To set an example of good grooming, punctuality, friendliness and knowledge. To train and supervise the daytime staff. To enforce F&B and lodge policies toward others Departments and Staff. To follow health and safety regulations. To perform paperwork as required. To ensure the work areas are clean and well maintained. To foster a “team player attitude”. To supervise all staff members in their duties and encourage or reprimand as necessary. To control labour costs and other related costs as per budget and customer satisfaction. To maintain all F&B public and service areas in a clean and orderly condition. To ensure that all equipment is in safe working condition. To work closely with the Conference Coordinator and/or Manager on all functions, set-up service and cleaning. To deal with client concerns and complaints fairly and immediately. Any other duties as required. Experience/Background Preferred To strictly follow healthy and safety regulations. Background Preferred: 2 years of Food & Beverage experience 1 year of supervisory experience Method of application To apply, email your CV and covering letter to the email below:
The Road Development Agency is a statutory organization whose function is to plan, manage and coordinate the road network in the country. The Agency is responsible for planning, care, maintenance and construction of public roads in Zambia. It also regulates the maximum permissible weights on roads, conducts studies for the development, maintenance and improvement of the road network, and reviews design standards and classification. In order to implement this mandate the Road Development Agency now wishes to fill up the vacant position of as follows: Job Purpose Reporting functionally to the Audit Committee of the Board and administratively to Director & Chief Executive Officer, the Director – Audit and Risk Assurance will be responsible for the provision of systematic, independent and objective assurance on internal controls, corporate governance, risk management and on safeguarding organisational resources against losses of all kind. Main duties and Accountabilities: Furnishing RDA Management with analysis, appraisal, recommendations beyond the accounting and financial records. Reviewing and appraising the soundness, adequacy, and application of accounting, financial and other operating controls and promoting effective control at reasonable cost Ascertaining the extent to which compliance with established policies, plans, procedures and statutes and other Legal Covenants is done Ascertaining the extent of which Agency resources are accounted for and safeguarding from losses of all kinds Ensuring that Financial Management and other operating information is accurate, reliable and timely Ensuring that risks are appropriately identified and managed; Ensuring resources are acquired economically and efficiently; Appraising the quality and cost effectiveness of performance in carrying out assigned responsibilities; Reviewing , evaluating and assessing the integrity of the risk control systems and ensure that the risk management policies and strategies are effective Reviewing adequacy of all insurance coverage within RDA Reviewing and evaluating all banking services within RDA Recommending operating improvements Making suggestions as to the problem areas that the periodic audits need to address and ensure that recommendations are implemented Considering and reviewing key principles of good governance throughout the RDA Codes in line with the best practices Conducting special investigations and any other duties as may be assigned by the Board and Director and CEO. Competencies, Skills and Character: Have a passion for the agency’s Vision, Mission: and Values and a strong desire to Impact positively on all RDA stakeholders Have a very high level of personal and professional integrity and trustworthiness Thrive in a fulfilling unparalleled work environment and maintain a comprehensive inventory of vehicles, plant and equipment Good manager, team builder, possessing strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to interact with fellow members of staff and external stakeholders at all levels Prudent, practical and effective change agent with the ability to drive consensus, while leading an efficiently run organisation Highly literate in Information Communication Technology (lCT) Honest, reliable, passionate, sober minded, mature and innovative. Qualifications and Experience: Masters’ (Postgraduate) degree in Finance, Economics, Commerce, Business Administration or other related field Chartered Accountant (CIMA/ACCA) Membership of an appropriate body such as Zambia Institute of Certified Accountants (ZICA), Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants (ACCA), Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (ClMA) and Institute of Auditors and At least 10 years relevant work experience at senior management level in a well-established organisation. Bachelor of Engineering an added advantage Only candidates meeting the requirements should apply to: The Director and Chief Executive Officer. Road Development Agency. PO Box 50003, Fairley Road, Ridgeway Lusaka. Kindly note that all copies of professional & academic qualifications should be certified as true copies of the original and enclosed together with a cover letter and up-to-date curriculum vitae with three traceable references. Soliciting and lobbying in any form will lead to automatic disqualification. Only short-listed candidates will be communicated to. Female candidates are encouraged to apply.
Reports to Chief of Party. The incumbent will be the lead expert for financial, operations and grants management. This includes establishing and maintaining appropriate internal controls to ensure compliance with USG/ USAID rules and regulations, award requirements, organizational policies and procedures, and standards of ethics and integrity. He/she will be responsible for efficient resource deployment and use, program accounting and financial reporting systems, cost-share and related reporting. He/she reviews all reimbursement requests for appropriateness, and ensures that awardees are in compliance with USAID established administrative and financial policies, procedures, and sound business practices. Following awards, they will monitor all phases of award initiation and closing, including assessment of grant management, and performance of sub-awards, together with the project lead and the finance and grants team of CIDRZ. This position requires knowledge and skill in managing financial and grants management laws and regulations of USAID. Main duties Oversees all finance and operations (F&O) functions and departments, including financial management, budgeting, accounting, contracts and grants (C&G) management, procurement, human resources (HR), information and communication technology (ICT), administration and logistics. Supervises all finance & grant management activities (both for prime award and subaward management) and reporting on grant performance, i.e. contractually required deliverables. Coordinates financial, technical and management inputs to ensure best use of resources by preparing sound budgets, monitoring project expenses, and ensuring timely preparation of donor financial reports. Responsible for managing audits and following up on any findings/recommendations, both at prime and sub-awardee level Implements new and revised grants management policies, directives, standards and procedures Reviews adherence to policies and guidelines and reports to head of department Provides training, technical assistance and guidelines, oversight, expertise and consultation to internal staff, management and program officials, awardees, review panels, applicants, recipients, and sub-recipients Conducts financial reviews of applications to ensure sufficient fiscal integrity and financial capability are included, examine proposed costs, and determine whether the budget and budget narrative accurately explain the projects costs. Works with awardees to secure all required legal and financial paperwork including obtaining a Letter of Agreement (LOA) between the awardee and CIDRZ Supports pre-award negotiations on matters such as terms and conditions of awards, costs, schedules, and oversight responsibilities Conducts post-award reviews and analyses to identify and resolve management, financial, and administrative issues Monitors all phases of award evaluation, approval and closing, including assessment of technical progress and performance under their portfolio. Reviews all invoices and reports prior to submission to funders. Supervise close-outs of grants and/or agreements, ensuring compliance with programmatic, administrative, and fiscal requirements of relevant statutes, regulations, policies, guidelines, and with grantee stated objectives, and the applicable implementation plan Qualifications: Degree in Finance or a related field or a professional qualification in accountancy, such as ACCA, CPA, or CIMA; must also be registered with the Zambian Institute of Chartered Accountants (ZICA). A Master’s degree is preferred. Minimum of 5 years’ experience with USAID funded projects or International Organizations with USG projects experience. Strong knowledge and training in USG or any other donor regulations and policies. Experience with budget development, monitoring and reporting and strategic development Demonstrates a degree of independence, requiring moderate supervision from management to accomplish complex project work assignments Demonstrated written, presentation, communication, and organizational skills in English. Additional Preferred Qualifications: Master of Advanced Degree in Business Administration/Accountancy or any other relevant academic/professional qualification Progressively responsible experience in overseeing financial operations and management of large-scale, complex development activities in Sub-Saharan Africa (preferably Zambia) Demonstrated experience overseeing the procurement administration and financial management and reporting of a PEPFAR-funded activity. Demonstrated experience and skill of pipeline analysis, financial report writing and expenditure analysis. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) grants management circulars, Qualitative and quantitative techniques used in grants management Understanding of grants management cycle (e.g., planning, award and post-award management), grant recipient stakeholders’ s (e.g., state, local and tribal governments, non-profits) management Goo...
Strategic Information Manager, USAID-SDVCA Ref No. SI/SI/12/06/20 Reports to the Chief of Party. S/he will be the lead technical expert responsible for all strategic information responsibilities related to the program, including all monitoring, evaluation, analytics, and reporting of performance and results. S/he will lead activity efforts to strengthen monitoring and evaluation, and performance reporting within the geographic area of the activities, which includes overseeing support to community organisations to monitor, document and analyze the performance of their HIV/OVC services and activities and ensure data quality. S/he will liaise with relevant technical advisers and counterparts responsible for district and provincial level strategic information, and monitoring and evaluation, and support coordination with national management information system. Main duties Provides overall technical oversight to the SI team under SDVCA project, support local government and partners on strategic planning and M&E of program activities including data collection, analysis, quality assurance, and reporting. Supervises the SI team, including district-based Data Associates through M&E officers seating in the provinces. Leads the development of a DHIS2 client level data management database for the project in collaboration with the senior management and the technical leads. Provides technical leadership in ME&R including monitoring the performance of all PEPFAR required Performance Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning indicators and custom indicators. With the project technical and the CIDRZ communications team, develops success stories, conducts qualitative and quantitative analysis and strategically uses M&E data within the project, for donors and for external relevant stakeholders. Prepares regular reports for the COP, the CIDRZ executive team and liaise with the relevant team in USAID to regularly update required information is uploaded in DATIM timely and with highest quality Develops M&E tools and databases necessary to document, analyse and report program data Provides M&E and quality improvement trainings to the SI and program team for program and data team synergy in the field. Promotes evidence-based planning and decision making through use of program data as well as supplemental data sources, including DHS and ZAMPHIA. Oversees routine data quality assurance processes; conducts regular and standard DQAs and prepares sites for USAID SIMS visits. Advises and trains staff to perform their appropriate M&E tasks that includes, but are not limited to data collection, reporting, analysis, quality improvement, conducting data quality audits (DQAs) and subsequent data quality improvement. Directs development of data use and visualisation tools such as dashboards. Serves as the focal point for ME&R and liaise closely with the technical team, and SI unit of USAID Develops and/or supervises weekly, monthly, quarterly, annual reports for submission to USAID, MCDSS, MOH, MoGE and other stakeholders including ad hoc USAID and MCDSS requests. Participates in national, regional and district-level M&E related meetings and workshops. Prepares monthly bulletin, quarterly progress review meetings in close collaboration with the DCOP and other technical leads of the project. Participates in development and submission of articles for peer reviewed journals. Participate in development of abstracts, posters and oral presentations for international conferences. Qualifications A Master’s degree in public health, epidemiology, monitoring & evaluation, demography, bio-statistics, statistics, analytics or a related field is required. Minimum 7 years of ME&R senior level experience in international health projects in a technical capacity; preferably including several years with USAID-funded projects. Demonstrated applied skills in ME&R methods and innovations, data analysis, and use of data for systems strengthening projects Demonstrated written, presentation, communication and organisational skills in English. Demonstrated leadership working with other technical experts in ME&R in the international community Demonstrated hands-on practical experience setting up and managing ME&R systems for health programs. Excellent report writing, analytical and communication skills, including oral presentation skills. Additional Preferred Qualifications: Experience in the ME&R of HIV projects, PEPFAR experience desirable Experience in the routine ME&R of OVC programs highly desirable Progressive experience in designing, establishing, and managing monitoring and evaluation systems, ensuring data quality, and managing data intensive, performance-based programs (preferably funded by PEPFAR). Demonstrated ability to be the senior technical specialist and as a senior subject matter expert in data analytics. Demonstrated ability to perform robust data extraction from internal and external information systems. Demonstrated ability to perform complex data an...
Qualifications Experienced in MySQL and PHP (must be able to write queries using joins). Must be good in HTML, CSS and knowledgeable in JavaScript. Must have at least one project to demonstrate, clearly explaining their role in the back-end. Must understand databases and normalisation. Must be able to follow instructions, communicate while working in a team. Method of Application Qualified and interested applicants should send applications to the email below:

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