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Company Description SNV Netherlands Development Organisation is a not-for-profit international development organisational founded in the Netherlands in 1965; and currently maintains a global presence in 30 countries;across Africa, Asia and Latin America. SNV has been present in Uganda since 1989 and currently undertakes donor funded programming within 100+ districts across the country. As an organisation, SNV focuses on the Agriculture, WASH and Energy sectors and maintains the belief that no one should have to live in poverty; and that all people should have the opportunity to pursue their own sustainable development. SNV contributes to programming within the Agriculture, WASH and Energy sectors by strengthening the capacities of targeted partners and communities at the field level; in order to realize increased skill sets and sustainable performance; reduce poverty levels, expand employment; improve food security; while paying special attention to gender equity, social inclusion of marginalised groups and stakeholder accountability. Background With increasing attention on how multi-sectoral nutrition action is critical to achieve positive nutrition outcomes, SNV proposes to scale the Sustainable Nutrition for All (SN4A) approach in Zambia to support the Government of the Republic of Zambia (GRZ) and the Department for International Development (DFID) realise nutrition targets. SN4A Phase 2 is currently being implemented in the three districts of Kasama, Chinsali and Isoka in the Northern and Muchingwa Provinces of Zambia. The first phase of the project was successful in increasing the dietary diversity of women of reproductive age (WRA) and infants (6-23 months). SN4A applies both a demand and supply side strategy, integrating the key pillars of demand creation through triggering, social and behaviour change communication (SBCC), improved supply of safe, affordable and nutritious diets year round and strengthened sub-national governance. SNV Zambia proposes to scale SN4A in three new districts in the Northern Province to improve the diets of women of reproductive age, including adolescents and infants (6-23 months) over a 2-year programme. Job Description The Gender Officer is expected to work with existing networks of local and national service providers from public health, gender, agriculture, education and sanitation to which the project is already connected; to integrate gender particularly around intra-household dynamics in the project’s key pillars (triggering and demand maintenance, behaviour change communication and nutrition sensitive agriculture). The Gender Officer is expected to develop BCC activities with special focus on intra-household gender relations in particular workload, joint decision making and access to resources. He/She will be expected to work closely with other project staff including nutrition and agriculture officers, under the guidance of the Programme Manager in implementation activities. Key Responsibilities Develop gender tools for the SBCC and NSA based on current SN4A gender approach- the Gender Officer will be tasked to build local capacity for implementation of gender and will work with the local nutrition teams (District, Ward, Hub Nutrition Coordinating Committees and Nutrition Action Groups at village team), and SN4A partners. Coordinate Gender analysis as required in the targeted districts and assess and identify gender gaps related to intrahousehold dynamics. This will be done in line with the project’s M&E framework. Train local partners and build capacity on the Gender and Nutrition nexus and monitor and support nutrition teams and Nutrition Champions through supervision and support visits. Coordination of project activities with SUN and national structures – gather lessons emerging from the project on early adaptors and results and ensure these are shared and reviewed at national and district level meetings. With project team establish and build capacity of District and Ward Nutrition Teams- Establish the DNCCs and WNCCs and work with them to build their capacity for implementation of project activities related to gender as well as for up-scaling activities in line with national standards. Duties and Responsibilities include: Work with project partners to undertake community and household mapping study including gender aspects Organize and steer gender activities including the training of local nutrition teams and partners and implementation of gender activities. Provide follow up support to district facilitators and Nutrition Champions on gender activities Facilitate the adaptation and development of gender materials and tools for BCC and support the dissemination of developed tools Establishing of district nutritional teams and nutritional hubs Work with partners to facilitate development and support implementation of innovation platforms in the target districts. Data collection and analysis for monitoring and evaluation Documentation and share results and lessons learnt from the project. Qualifications A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Gender, social work, public health, nutrition or other relevant discipline or a Master’s degree in a relevant field will be an added advantage. Minimum of 3 years of experience in nutrition programming, with experience in gender mainstreaming. Demonstrated Knowledge on how to improve dietary diversity at intra-household level. Demonstrated success in implementing programs with a measurement for results framework. Demonstrated experience in providing capacity development services Demonstrated experience in collaborating across projects. Interested to undertake extensive field work Additional Information Competencies, Capabilities and Attributes: (Skills/behavioral (Special Training or Competence): Creativity, willingness to innovate, think systemically and work independently High-level interpersonal skills Strong background in gender integration and women empowerment. Team player Relationship builder Ability to work with a wide range of actors from different backgrounds (smallholder farmers, private sector companies, government, and NGOs) Method of Application Submit your CV and application on company website:
Varun Food & Beverages Zambia Ltd (Creambell) a leading Dairy manufacturing company situated at plot No. 37426, Mungwi Road in Heavy Industrial area, Lusaka is URGENTLY looking to recruit suitably qualified individuals to fill the position: Responsibilities Education for all the positions, must have a diploma or Degree in Marketing or Business administration or Business management or any other business-related Programme. Hard Core experience sales of FMCG product. Having worked in competitive environment. Experience of handling multiple product range & SKUs in general trade, conversant to sales management functions, having worked with distributors and retail market. Experience of Van sales operation. Worked towards achieving daily secondary targets. Area Development Coordinator Should be a team leader, having Supervised sales staff to achieve company objectives & Targets. Tracked Weekly, monthly volume target. They applicants should be between the age of 26 to 37 and they should have experience of 3 to 10 years. Method of Application Send your CV to HR Department, Varun Food & Beverages. Mail ID Note – Candidate, Male or Female with relevant experience, having worked in respective towns, areas and currently living in the same area where job vacancy exists should only apply. Only Shortlisted Candidate will be called for interview
Northern Province cooperative marketing union is a cooperative union at the provincial level representing the cooperative movement in Northern Province Zambia. NPCMU is currently looking for a vibrant male or female between the ages of 25yrs to 35yrs to fill up the position of Guest House Supervisor in our Cooperative Union Kasama. Reporting to: The Finance and Administration Officer. Key Responsibilities: Supervise work at all levels (receptionists, kitchen staff, maids, Bar workers etc.) and set clear objectives. Plan activities and allocate responsibilities to achieve the most efficient operating model. Manage budgets, expenses, analyze and interpret financial information and monitor sales and profits. Develop and implement an intuitive and efficient marketing strategy to promote the Guest house services. Communicate with customers when appropriate. Deals with maintenance issues, shortage in staff or equipment, renovations etc. Collaborate with external parties such as suppliers, travel agencies, even/conference planners etc. Inspect facilities regularly and enforce strict compliance with health and safety standards. Requirements: Full Grade 12 certificate. Minimum, Certificate in Hotel and Tourism management, (Diploma in Hotel and Tourism Management will be an added advantage). Fluency in English, Knowledge of other languages. Good experience and understanding of all Hotel management best practices and relevant laws and guidelines in Hospitality industry. Working Knowledge of Hotel Management software (PMS) is an advantage. Excellent skills as well as a business mindset. Demonstrate aptitude in decision making and problem solving. Reliable with ability to multi task and work well under pressure. Outstanding leadership skill and a great attention to detail. How to Apply Qualified candidates meeting the above requirements must send a copy of their CV, a cover letter and academic qualifications to the Business Manager. NPCMU Kasama Or email to: Taking the Cooperative Union to the Next Level!
Pillar of Knowledge College is a learning institution registered with Patents and Companies Registration Agency (PACRA) in Kasama. In preparation for inspection and possible accreditation/approval by the General Nursing Council to offer Diploma in Registered Nursing., the college wishes to employ qualified personnel as follows: Qualifications: Minimum of Diploma in Registered Nursing At least 1 year clinical practice experience Must be registered/licensed with GNCZ How to Apply To apply send cover letter, CV, certified copies of academic and professional credentials to the email below: Or Hand delivered to: The Registrar Pillar of Knowledge College Location: Former Kwacha House/Prifex Hotel Along Timothy Chinunda Road, Kasama.
Pillar of Knowledge College is a learning institution registered with Patents and Companies Registration Agency (PACRA) in Kasama. In preparation for inspection and possible accreditation/approval by the General Nursing Council to offer Diploma in Registered Nursing., the college wishes to employ qualified personnel as follows: Qualifications: Minimum of a Bachelors of science degree in Nursing Must be registered/licensed with General Nursing Council of Zambia At least 2 years clinical work experience How to Apply To apply send cover letter, CV, certified copies of academic and professional credentials to the email below: Or Hand delivered to: The Registrar Pillar of Knowledge College Location: Former Kwacha House/Prifex Hotel Along Timothy Chinunda Road, Kasama.
Pillar of Knowledge College is a learning institution registered with Patents and Companies Registration Agency (PACRA) in Kasama. In preparation for inspection and possible accreditation/approval by the General Nursing Council to offer Diploma in Registered Nursing., the college wishes to employ qualified personnel as follows: Qualifications: Minimum of a Bachelors of science degree in Nursing At least 3 years clinical work experience Must be registered/licensed with the General Nursing Council of Zambia How to Apply To apply send cover letter, CV, certified copies of academic and professional credentials to the email below: Or Hand delivered to: The Registrar Pillar of Knowledge College Location: Former Kwacha House/Prifex Hotel Along Timothy Chinunda Road, Kasama.
Pillar of Knowledge College is a learning institution registered with Patents and Companies Registration Agency (PACRA) in Kasama. In preparation for inspection and possible accreditation/approval by the General Nursing Council to offer Diploma in Registered Nursing., the college wishes to employ qualified personnel as follows: Qualifications: Minimum of a Bachelors of science degree in Nursing At least 3 years clinical work experience Must be registered/licensed with the General Nursing Council of Zambia Experience in a management position, will be an added advantage How to Apply To apply send cover letter, CV, certified copies of academic and professional credentials to the email below: Or Hand delivered to: The Registrar Pillar of Knowledge College Location: Former Kwacha House/Prifex Hotel Along Timothy Chinunda Road, Kasama.
SNV Netherlands Development Organization is a not-for-profit international development organizational founded in the Netherlands in 1965; and currently maintains a global presence in 30 countries;across Africa, Asia and Latin America. SNV has been present in Uganda since 1989 and currently undertakes donor funded programming within 100+ districts across the country. As an organisation, SNV focuses on the Agriculture, WASH and Energy sectors and maintains the belief that no one should have to live in poverty; and that all people should have the opportunity to pursue their own sustainable development. SNV contributes to programming within the Agriculture, WASH and Energy sectors by strengthening the capacities of targeted partners and communities at the field level; in order to realize increased skill sets and sustainable performance; reduce poverty levels, expand employment; improve food security; while paying special attention to gender equity, social inclusion of marginalized groups and stakeholder accountability. Job Description Key Responsibilities Assessment of existing value chains that have the potential to be sustainable with all the target communities in the three districts Through existing strictures, strengthen the production of both crop, livestock and small animals to increase food access Through existing structures, develop the extension system that is sustainable and meets the needs of the target households Establish and strengthen the seed banks in the communities Support the establishment of demo plots in all target hubs and Villages Facilitate sustainable market linkages in the hubs with processing companies on the identified value chains Strengthening of adaption and mitigation capacities of enterprises within the value chains Develop the youth enterprise component Work closely with project team in implementation activities that link agriculture with demand creation and behaviour change communication Documentation and sharing of results, lessons learnt Monthly management reports Qualifications A minimum of a Degree in agribusiness, Agronomy, Natural Resources Management, Agricultural Economics, Rural Development/ relevant discipline or a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field. Minimum of 3 years of experience in agricultural value chains, Climate smart Agriculture and market-led approaches. Knowledge on conservation farming systems and approaches Demonstrated success in implementing programs with a measurement for results framework. Demonstrated knowledge of the latest developments in advancing good/best practices in value chain development, climate change and policy development that reaches the women, youth, the poor. Demonstrated experience in collaborating across projects. Interested to undertake extensive field work Additional Information: Competencies, Capabilities and Attributes: (Skills/behavioral (Special Training or Competence): Demonstrated creativity, willingness to innovate, think systemically and work independently high-level interpersonal skills Strong background in gender integration and women empowerment desirable. Team player Relationship builder Ability to work with a wide range of actors from different backgrounds (smallholder farmers, private sector companies, government, and NGOs) How to Apply Submit your CV and application on company website:
Chambeshi Water Supply and Sanitation Company Ltd, is the water Utility Company based in Northern and Muchinga Provinces of Zambia and in charge of providing Water and Sanitation services to the 12 districts. As a Company, we are the implementing Agency of the National Vision with regard to water and Sanitation in the Urban Towns of Muchinga and Northern Provinces. Our vision is ‘To be the most effectively managed Utility in Zambia’, by focusing on ensuring that our customers are delighted with the quality of our services. The Company now invites applications from suitably qualified Zambians to fill the following vacancies: Job Purpose To operate and monitor the operations and performance of all equipment, gauges and charts in the pump stations and water treatment plants in order to ensure adequate and quality water and service delivery. Main Duties Responsible for proper operation of the Water Treatment Plant or Intake Plant To maintain a consistent supply of high quality water to the water distribution system Inspects and ensures the proper operation of Treatment Plant equipment (Pumps, Valves, Sensors, Control Panels, Chemical Dosing System and related equipment). Makes decisions on chemical feed rates and plant process operations to treat a varying water quality and flow rate as required by the water system demand. Operates and maintains pumping stations and other related facilities. Performs standardized laboratory tests for treatment plant process control (alkalinity, turbidity, chlorine residual, PH, etc.). Cleans, lubricates, adjusts, operates, and assists in repairing water pumps, motors, chemical feed, and related equipment. Reads and records measurements of meters, gauges, and recording charts. Registers daily water quantities pumped. Collects a variety of water samples for laboratory analysis, process control, and regulatory compliance. Operates and monitors clear well for total production, chlorine residual, and draw down measurements. Initiates and oversees filter backwashes. Handles and transports chemicals in a safe and proper manner. Responsible for the performance of work in a safe and proper manner of an assigned shift; may train new employees in proper and safe work methods and WTP operations. Performs a variety of general maintenance duties (e.g. painting, cleaning, and grounds keeping) at the Water Treatment Plant and related facilities. Conducts public tours of the WTP for public relations and educational purposes. Performs complex mathematical calculations to determine plant process requirements and efficiencies. Performs related duties similar to the above in scope and function as required. Qualifications and Experience Grade 12(Form v) School Certificate. Craft Certificate in Water Supply and Operations. Work experience of a minimum of 2 Years. Able to work with minimum supervision. Self-disciplined Ability to work in solitary conditions for long hours How to Apply Those who meet the above qualifications and are interested can forward their applications, CVs and certified copies of their Academic and Professional Qualifications to: The Human Resources & Administration Manager Chambeshi Water Supply and Sanitation Company Ltd, PO Box 410397, Kasama Zambia. Kindly note that no email application will be processed.
Chambeshi Water Supply and Sanitation Company Ltd, is the water Utility Company based in Northern and Muchinga Provinces of Zambia and in charge of providing Water and Sanitation services to the 12 districts. As a Company, we are the implementing Agency of the National Vision with regard to water and Sanitation in the Urban Towns of Muchinga and Northern Provinces. Our vision is ‘To be the most effectively managed Utility in Zambia’, by focusing on ensuring that our customers are delighted with the quality of our services. The Company now invites applications from suitably qualified Zambians to fill the following vacancies: Job Purpose: Provides basic customer services including receipting money, receiving and resolving customer complaints and explaining the company’s commercial policy /procedures Main Duties: Receives monies from customers paying bills and other payment by cash, cheque, deposit. Issues receipts in acknowledgement of payments made by customers. Hands the day’s takings to the Assistant Accountant for banking. Prepares various reports such as weekly collections reports, to the commercial department Keeps periodic balance sheets of amounts and numbers of transactions Resolves customer complaints, answers customer questions and provides answers on procedures and policies. Reports any cash shortage or surplus to the Assistant Accountant Receives and refers verbal and written customer complaints to the commercial department for resolution. Performs any other duties as assigned by the Supervisor from time to time Qualifications and Experience Grade 12 (Form v) School Certificate including Mathematics. Certificate in Accounting, Business Administration, or any related course Work experience of a minimum of 2 Years. Able to work with minimum supervision. Self-disciplined Ability to work in solitary conditions for long hours How to Apply Those who meet the above qualifications and are interested can forward their applications, CVs and certified copies of their Academic and Professional Qualifications to: The Human Resources & Administration Manager Chambeshi Water Supply and Sanitation Company Ltd, PO Box 410397, Kasama Zambia. Kindly note that no email application will be processed.
The project forms part of the overall DFID WASH results programme following extension of phase 1 implemented between May 2014 to March 2018. The programme seeks to reach at least 100,000 people in Chama, Chilubi and Nakonde by December 2019 in basic sanitation. It also has a specific focus on system strengthening and capacity building. SNV seeks to achieve these targets through proven experience with the Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All (SSH4A) Approach. The SSH4A approach, combines work on the following components: Strengthening capacity for steering and implementation of sanitation demand creation Strengthening capacity for sanitation supply chains and finance Strengthening capacity for behavioural change communication for hygiene promotion Strengthening capacity for WASH governance Purpose of the job: Track the implementation of DHIS2 in Chama, Nakonde and Chilubi districts and provide the needed support to the champions, EHT and district officials. Sustain the ongoing activities in sanitation demand creation, WASH governance, supply chain and finance and BCC for hygiene in Chama, Chilubi, Nakonde Creates momentum for change related to elimination of open defecation by promoting and building capacity for broad coverage. Champion sanitation marketing in the programme districts. Participate in the post sustainability survey in the phase 1 districts of Mporokoso, Luwingu, Mungwi and Kasama. Participate in the endline household survey for Chama, Nakonde and Chilubi districts Submit activity reports. Perform any other duties as assigned by supervisor(s) Qualifications Degree in environmental health, community development, social sciences or related field; Demonstrated knowledge of sanitation, hygiene approaches Significant experience in working with local, regional, and national government agencies and stakeholders in developing countries Excellent facilitation, communication and listening skills Additional Information If you believe that your credentials meet the outlined profile, we invite you to apply by uploading your Cover letter and Curriculum Vitae in English:
Location: Project Management Unit – Kasama Reporting to: Project Team Leader and National Grant Finance Manager Purpose of the position: To work closely with the Team Lead and management team to maintain oversight on financial planning and decision making to produce quality management reports; and play an active role in internal and external audits. Provide day to day supervision and management of the Project Finance and Administration with a view to ensuring financial stewardship, accountability, reliability and accuracy of financial reporting and information. Ensure that accurate financial reports are done in a timely manner and presented to relevant parties. Lead budgeting and budget tracking processes to ensure expenditure is within the allowable donor restrictions. Coordinate financial operations of the Project consortium by ensuring implementation of donor and generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) requirements in order to promote stewardship of resources. Provide training and guidance to both Finance, Administration and operational staff in European Union (EU) grant management regulations to ensure compliance with the Grant requirements. The Finance and Administration Manager ensure the project abides by all financial standards and procedures of the donor and World Vision. Major Responsibilities Grant management and Budgeting: Review and update of proposal budgets and project risks as required Review of donor (EU) reports for compliance with signed MoUs and donor agreements Develop, review and recommend for approval, the Donor Management Tracking frameworks/tools for accuracy and control. Ensure timely review of financial requests, transactions and payments to subgrantees/partners Attend to donor queries and concerns on financial issues Consolidate and prepare timely accurate financial donor reports in line with EU guidelines and WV policies and procedures Provide technical support to partners and staff implementing the EU funded projects in project fundraising and donor fund management in line with donor guidelines and WV policies and procedures Coordinate the Management of Project related documents, maintain project records and provide status updates to donors when required Review the Prevent Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV) Project strategy identifying the annual strategic financial implications and develop a broad budgeting, planning agenda for implementation with the finance and program staff Review various financial budgeting and reporting documents to ensure the standards and procedures approved are submitted to relevant donors/partners and stakeholders Check and ensure appropriate levels of resource availability to Co-Applicants implementing the Prevent Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV) Projects Financial Management and Reporting: Provide financial management advisory to management team for decision making Prepare monthly financial report package to WV for review and approval by WVZ management team Ensure that reports are complete, accurate and submitted within the reporting EU deadlines Ensure that Partners reports are received timely and consolidated in the financial reports Ensure funding requests and cash projections are submitted to National Office timely to ensure there is no delay in implementation of grant activities Review and approval of payment requests and other financial transactions for completeness of documentation, accuracy and compliance with WVI financial regulations Review monthly balance sheet account reconciliations and ensure receivables are promptly recovered and payables cleared in a timely manner Monitor donor funded projects and provide accurate reporting Review financial processes and procedures on a regular basis Prepare accurate and timely financial reports for donors as required Financial Controls and Risk Management: Implement annual internal and external audit recommendations Build capacity among your team to strengthen supervision by finance Work with management to build a culture of values and transparency in finance Oversee adherence to WV’s financial policies and procedures, and continuously improve systems to mitigate risks Oversee management and control of fixed assets, equipment and supplies Monitor and conduct monthly spot checks to ensure a strong control environment Conduct financial review of Subgrantees to ensure compliance in donors rules and regulations and WV policies. Provide guidance and develop new tools and systems to strengthen financial controls and risk management Assist auditors by facilitating audits including project audits and review audit reports. Prepare audit responses to be reviewed by Senior Program Manager and Team Leader Ensure quality assurance on Procurement for assets and supplies to obtain value for money on its purchases People Management and Administration: Provide training, mentorship and coaching to the finance team and other staff as per identified gaps from the performance agreement/reviews Support the implementation of finance staff learning and development initiatives aligned to performance agreements/reviews Ensure that finance and Administration objectives are accomplished appropriately and in a timely manner Liaise with the project leadership and partners to ensure the partners are adequately reviewed and attend to any Grant management training needs at both the region and National level Conduct Grant management trainings for all staff working on the grant to ensure compliance at all levels Support the implementation of recruitment, induction and orientation of new staff on the relevant policies and procedures Other duties: Uphold WV Christian ethos and identity as well as ensure team members participate in devotion for their edification and nurture Perform other duties may be required from time to time. Professional & Educational Qualifications/Knowledge/Technical Skills, Experience and other requirements: Preferably Master’s degree in Business Administration/Accounting/Economics/Project Management or its equivalent Bachelor’s degree in business related field (Commerce, Accounting, Finance, Arts) or other relevant field. Full accounting professional qualification – Chartered/Certified Accountant (CIMA, CPA, ACCA) or other comparable/equivalent qualification Grants certification is added advantage A minimum of three years’ experience in a busy international, multicultural Non-Government Organization and handling donor funds. Experience handling grants (EU, USAID, DFID and/or any other funding source) Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities. Must be able to promote and participate/lead in uplifting WV Christian Ethos and identity Competencies and attributes: Sufficient knowledge of accounting and high financial analytical skills Working knowledge of computerized accounting and key computer application packages Must have integrity Must be a critical thinker, innovative and able to use initiative Good interpersonal skills to be able to relate to people of diverse backgrounds Attention to detail to be able
Location: Project Management Unit – Kasama Reporting to: Project Finance and Administration Manager Purpose of Position To develop and maintain an effective financial and administrative management system for the PREVENT SGBV project and its sub partners which complies with World Vision Policies & Procedures, EU regulations and the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Provide effective oversight of the Program Management Unit’s accounting, administration, Information Technology and human resources supporting the successful implementation of the PREVENT S&GBV Project. Major Responsibilities Grant Budgeting: Budget development in LEAP format – ensuring all project activities are adequately budgeted for and contribute to meet the project objectives. Revise the Grant budget whenever there is an amendment to ensure that cash/activity forecast are approved by donor for implementation Provide information to all field or program officers pertaining to the availability of funds Ensure budget availability before an activity is initiated Grant Monitoring and Compliance: Budgetary control-monitoring that expenditure is according to the agreed and approved budget Ensuring that expenditure is in compliance with donor regulations, WV policies and procedures, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and with the agreed and approved budget Conducting Financial reviews ,field visits and capacity to sub grantees Review and suggestion strengthening of internal controls where necessary Disbursement and Payment reviews: Review of payment request voucher to ensure sufficient and appropriate documentation, that it is properly coded and costs are according to cost principles( i.e. allowable, allocable and reasonableness) Perform detailed voucher verification to ensure compliance to WV policies and procedures Ensure that payments are approved by authorized personnel all the time Grant Financial Reporting: Ensuring correctness and availability of financial information for input into the National Office reporting system on a timely basis. Extract ,review and analyse SunSytems data to ensure correctness and completeness in readiness for report preparation Reviewing sub grantee reports and make them ready for in-putting into sun system Provide a summary project expenses to Program team to monitor the expenditure against the budget Provide variance analysis to management and program on the financial expenditures Review partners reports for accuracy and completeness Preparation and submission of Financial Reports according to the donor prescribed formats on a timely basis. Reconciliations: Manage the balance sheet accounts of the grants which include among other things cash, bank balances , staff advances, payables and receivables Reconcile PBAS by harmonizing details for receipts from donor and support offices Prepare Bank reconciliations Funding: Review funding requests from the sub grantees and Other CBO’s Facilitate and ensure all the projects are funded on a timely basis Communicate with sub-grantees on grant finance management Audits and Risk Management: Facilitating both external and internal audit Ensuring that audit recommendations are implemented within the prescribed time. Ensure analytic review documents are prepared for audit purposes Resolve and implement audit recommendations and apply lessons learnt Identify potential and inherent risks and device ways to mitigate their occurrence Capacity Building: Train partners in grant financial management and reporting Train program staff on grant financial management Advise partners on WV policies and donor regulations Communication: Liaise with stakeholders on grant project related matters Providing grant expenditures and other information needed for strategic management especially in relation to grants as a strategic source of funding for World Vision Attend to queries and give any advice needed by stakeholders as pertaining grants (This means taking the role of resident financial advisor on grant management). Asset Management: Ensure that assets are used for the intended purpose Safeguard project assets Maintain assets register Other: Show spiritual maturity, integrity and energetic personal sense calling, through attendance of daily devotions and other spiritual nurture programmes. Perform any other duties as assigned Professional & Educational Qualifications/Knowledge/Technical Skills, Experience and other requirements: A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or any finance related degree. Professional Qualification Full ACCA/CIMA/CPA/CFA or any other recognized qualification. Three to Five years post relevant qualification Two years of experience in grant accounting with a preference for EU and other government grant experience. Knowledge of SunSystems, Vision Excel, and Microsoft word and excel and other computer related financial/accounting system and budgeting is necessary. Ability to work effectively with minimal supervision Must be a good problem solver, analytical, creative, and innovative. Strong communication skills in English, both written and spoken. Cross-cultural sensitivity, flexible worldview, emotional maturity and physical stamina. Ability to maintain performance expectation in diverse cultural contexts and psychologically stressful environments Must be a mature Christian Demonstrated capacity to function well in a team and contribute effectively to team efforts Competencies/Attributes: Must be a honest and accountable person with resources Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities. Attend and participate/lead in daily devotions and weekly Chapel services. Perform other duties as that may be assignment. Self-confident, reliable and good leadership qualities Self-starter and innovative Great attention to details and quality Quick learner and adaptable to different work environments. Commitment to strong work ethics and Strong client/customer service focus Working Environment / Conditions: Work environment: office based and field work How to Apply Submit your CV and application on company website:
World Vision began working in Zambia in 1981 with three small community developments projects in northern Lusaka. Today, our teams work in 43 districts in nine provinces of Zambia, complementing the Government’s efforts to reach vulnerable children and communities in the country. Through Area Programmes, World Vision’s interventions have addressed issues of food insecurity, primarily through agriculture, water and sanitation, education, health, infrastructure development, livelihood and child protection in the process of transforming the lives of vulnerable children, women and families. Location: Project Management Unit – Kasama Reporting to: Project Finance and Administration Manager Purpose of Position To oversee and coordinate administrative support within the project. Provision of varied and complex office facilitating issues of procurements in line with World Vision Zambia policies and standards. Ensure proper management of schedules/appointments with partners within and outside the organization, provide professional assistance to staff, donors and partners to facilitate programming that will contribute to achievement of the Prevent! Sexual Gender Based Violence Project outcomes. Communicate World Vision’s Christian ethos and demonstrate a quality of Spiritual life that is an example to others. Major Responsibilities Administration: Organize, coordinate and give support to meetings and workshops In liaison with Grant Accountant and Administration Officer at National Office ensure maintenance and updated fixed asset register Receive and screen incoming calls and sending out going Plan, organize and prepare for WV partners Receive and screen in coming and out – going correspondences Maintain calendar schedules and appointments for senior management on the project Ensure adequate flow of information and effective communication on activities relevant to the project. Ensure utility bills are processed and paid Carry out all activities as outlined in the work plan for the project Stores and Procurement: Ensure that general supplies and requisitions are processed and prepared in accordance with procedures and standards Prepare local purchase orders for Partners/stakeholders Request for the replenishment of stores and Issue goods as per requisitions Receive incoming goods, enter in Bin Cards and update the stores database Request for payments and work with supply chain for any PREVENT SGBV project Purchases Ensure that office requirements and stationery are in place and distributed accordingly. Compliance and Risk Management: Ensure assets are updated, tagged and maintained for the project Report on any assets that may require disposal in accordance with WV Policy to supervisor for further action Office Maintenance and Repairs: Monitor maintenance and repairs of office premises, equipment/machines in ensuring a conducive working environment and report accordingly Coordinate and ensure building and maintenance issues for general repair (heating and air conditioning, security, cleaning, painting, etc.), are done in liaison with Supervisor and relevant departmental heads. Supervision: Supervise 3rd Party security, maintenance and cleaning contractors and ensure the work is done accordingly Undertake assessments with relevant departmental heads to identify gaps and improvement areas in relation to the above and report for further action. Others: Show spiritual maturity, integrity and energetic personal sense calling, through attendance of daily devotions and other spiritual nurture programmes. Participate in budgeting Perform any other duties as assigned by the Supervisors Other Competencies/Attributes: Honest, hardworking, team player and pro- active Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities. Attend and participate/ in daily devotions and weekly Chapel services. Perform other duties as required. Qualifications, Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience: Advanced Diploma in Business Administration, degree in any social science is added advantage. Minimum 2 years work experience in an NGO or grant funded environment Fluency English both written and spoken Good report writing skills Good Communication, organizing, coordinating and interpersonal skills essential Ability to work in a multicultural environment Must be computer literate How to Apply Submit your CV and application on company website:
Northern Coffee Corporation Ltd is one of the subsidiary Company of Olam International. The core business of the plantations is Coffee growing, with extensive experience of producing quality Arabica Coffee across the World. We are looking for qualified and highly motivated University undergraduate and postgraduate in the following fields. Qualification Required Applicants must address each required qualification listed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item. Education: Candidates should have minimum of BSc degree in crop science or Master’s Degree from a reputable University. Experience: Graduates are encouraged to apply. Skills And Abilities: strong leadership skills are required to manage, develop and maintain effective sustainable coffee plantations, Coordinate worker activities, IT Skills, Prepare reports and operational budgets. Ability to analyses, understand and design work plan and implement effectively. Job Knowledge: Analytical and critical thinking skills, Management skills especially in coffee crop is an added advantage. How to Apply If you fulfill the eligibility criteria as mentioned above, please send detailed CV for the position applied to email:
Northern Coffee Corporation Ltd is one of the subsidiary Company of Olam International. The core business of the plantations is Coffee growing, with extensive experience of producing quality Arabica Coffee across the World. We are looking for qualified and highly motivated University undergraduate and postgraduate in the following fields. Education: Candidates should have at least a minimum of BSc degree or Masters Degree in automotive, electrical and Industrial production engineering from a reputable University. Experience: Minimum of five years with valid Eng. practicing license. Skills and Abilities: An interest in motor vehicle engineering and design A high level of numeracy and technical competency, with an understanding of the applications used within design and production The ability to analyze and interpret data to help with problem-solving Effective communication and presentation skills with colleagues. The ability to work effectively in teams but also independently, and to take responsibility Good time management and organizational skills to make sure design projects and production run to schedule The ability to work within cost constraints A commitment to keep up to date with design and engineering technology Commercial and industry awareness. Job Knowledge: Analyze, develop and evaluate large-scale complex systems to improve and maintaining current systems. How to Apply If you fulfill the eligibility criteria as mentioned above, please send detailed CV for the position applied to email:
Regitech Soya Processing Industries Ltd, an Agro Processing Company, situated in Kasama wishes to recruit two (02) Machine Operators The Machine Operators will perform various tasks including: He/she will be expected to set up and operate production machines in accordance with established procedures and guidelines. Adjust machine settings to complete tasks accurately, according to specifications and in a timely fashion. Monitor, troubleshoot and perform preventive maintenance on assigned machines. Perform necessary pre-operation activities to ensure proper equipment startup and operation on multiple pieces of equipment Operate/monitor multiple pieces of equipment during operation to ensure quality production and minimal unplanned stops Communicate with team members and support teams to ensure continuous production of the correct product at high quality levels with minimal wasted time and materials Ensure cleanliness – housekeeping and sanitation of the highest levels in the production areas Qualifications: Certificate in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering or any related field At least 2 years’ experience as a Machine Operator in a busy food processing or manufacturing environment Knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and/or Production Procedures Personal Attributes: High Analytical Skills Attention to Detail. Team Player Physical Stamina and Strength Multi-tasking skills. Fast Learner Applicants who possess knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety besides the other qualifications will be given preference. How to Apply Qualified candidates should send us their updated CV and cover letter addressed to The Managing Director to the email below: or if you are in Kasama drop your applications at the factory behind Kapongolo Secondary School after Tazara.
Zambia Orphan Aid- Zambia: Northern Province Psychosocial Project Name of Project: Enhanced OVC participation in education through effective community-based psychosocial support. Duty station: Kasama Zambian Orphan Aid background ZOA-Z is one of the three branches that make up Zambia Orphans Aid (ZOA), a voluntary organisation focused on mitigating the needs of orphans and vulnerable children. It was registered on 5th November 2003 under the Registrar of Societies after operating as a committee since the year 2000. The other ZOA chapters are Zambia Orphans Aid- United Kingdom (ZOA-UK) and Zambia Orphan Aid-United States (ZOA-US). On 17th April 2018, ZOA-Z transferred its registration to Ministry of Community Development and Social Services under the Non-Governmental Act of 2009. ZOA-Z will be implementing an “Enhanced OVC participation in education through effective community-based psychosocial support” funded by DFID- Direct UK AID in collaboration with ZOA-UK chapter. ZOA-Z seeks to recruit an energetic Project Officer who will report to Program Coordinator at National Office. Key Task/Duties The Program Manager will be expected to Implement the DFID Project approved work plan, report progress on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis. DFID project expected outcome is “Improved participation in education amongst OVC supported by ZOA-UK in Northern Province” with the following expected outputs Increased knowledge of project’s aims and value of education amongst communities, OVCs, schools, guardians & parents. OVC enabled to access and participate in education each term Improve OVC emotional health and social behaviour Build capacity of 3 x community groups to support OVC Develop, manage and maintain relationships with ZOA-Z Northern partner organisation and district OVC Committees to ensure that ZOA-Z supported partners are harmonious with national and district policies in care and support of OVCs, receive needed assistance in developing proposals and in monitoring their progress. Under the supervision of ZOA-Z, document and report on financial matters of DIFID project and related financial matters of ZOA-Z partners. Prepare briefs and background information for ZAO-UK, ZOA-Z, and development partners, visiting staff, consultants and others, as required. Engage with the Co-operating Partners Group and related sub groups and structures as appropriate. Support the development and integration of ZOA Strategy with respect to ZOA-Z Country Strategy. Support the development of monitoring and evaluation, research and learning, and risk management systems for ZOA-Z. Attend and support the Senior Management Team, Finance and Audit committee, and any temporary task teams assigned. Provide on-going support for the professional development of partner staff through the Performance Management and Development System. Ensure effective communication with headquarters in Lusaka. Develop a wide and effective network of contacts with key partners. Qualifications and Experience Two to five years’ experience of working in a middle management role with experience in one or more of the following sectorial/thematic areas Education, Social development, empowerment areas. A diploma or better in Education, development studies, economics or an area related to social development Up-to-date knowledge of the general social, cultural, educational and economic situation in Northern province and Zambia in general. Key Competencies Required In addition to the above qualifications and experience, the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a track record in the following competencies: Personal and Relationship Effectiveness: ability to motivate and inspire others to deliver results by establishing and maintaining effective working relationships both as a team member and leader. Is sensitive to underlying feelings and viewpoints. Can coach, advise and support others. Networking and alliance building: actively builds networks and alliances with colleagues from partner and other organisations Leadership, Management and Delivery of Results: ensures optimum use of human, financial, material and information resources to deliver on the project outcome. Has consistent ability to lead, show initiative, innovate and manage others. Analytical and conceptual thinking: can break down projects and issues, thinks through logically and sets priorities; ability to see relationships between diverse issues and identify solutions as well as identifying patterns/trends in data and developments. Thinks creatively and strategically. Decision making, judgement and risk: assembles the facts and outlines courses of action. Weighs up pros and cons and makes sound recommendations. Consults and seeks advice when there is no precedent. Applies good judgement. Has ability to identify, manage and report on significant risks to strategy and operations. How to Apply To apply for this position, send your application via email:
NPCMU is a Cooperative Union at provincial level, representing the cooperative movement in Northern Province, Zambia. Its affiliates are 8 District Cooperative Unions (DCUs), which have 2,318 Primary Cooperatives (PCs) as their membership. The total individual membership of the PCs represented is around 70,000 individual members. NPCMU is engaged in several businesses, the main ones being a poultry stock feed plant (started operations in 2018) and a guest house. NPCMU aims to become the main poultry stock feed producer in Northern Province, mainly for its members which will provide the raw materials for and are targeted as consumers of the end product (amongst others). In addition, with the new Cooperative Act that is expected to enforce the provision of annual audits, NPCMU is exploring the possibility to scale up its audit services to District Cooperative Unions and Primary Cooperatives. NPCMU is recruiting a: Finance and Administration Officer Part-time (3 days/week) Location: Kasama As a finance and administration officer, you will be responsible for efficient and effective running of the financial and administrative operations of NPCMU. This includes the efficient handling of the financial and human resources administration in order to contribute to the organisation’s objectives. To achieve this, your attention to detail is excellent and supporting others is your second nature. You will be reporting to the Business Manager. Duties finance: Management of all the financial resources of the organisation Keep track of financial transactions of the organisation so as to ensure that money earned and spent is properly accounted for. Ensure that transactions are recorded in the correct General ledger books to ease reporting and monitoring and control. Keep full accurate accounts of all receipts and payment in the books of the organisation Make such payments from the funds of the organisation according to the budget as may be authorised by the coordinator Prepare timely and accurate quarterly financial reports Prepare financial statements for audit Knowledge of accounting packages such as pastel or quick books Ensure that all units have banked their daily sales Duties administration: Ensure that the organisations funds, documents and securities are kept under safe custody. Good negotiation skills Perform any other duties as assigned by the Business Manager. Proficiency in Microsoft word and excel Undertake investment appraisal to ascertain viability of projects Undertake various strategies and rehearse with donor communities to acquire funds for the organisation. General business administration Your profile: Minimum of grade twelve (12) certificate with five O levels including mathematics and English Possess a diploma in accounting/ZICA Licentiate/ACCA stage two or any other professional qualification Degree in accounting or business will be an added advantage Member of Zambia Institute of chartered accountants (ZICA). Intermediate to advanced proficiency in MS Office tools, mainly Microsoft Excel. Excellent verbal and written skills, interpersonal skills, flexible, culturally sensitive. Willing to take up additional assignments if needed. Honest and dedicated to duty Excellent personal and interpersonal skills Open mind with a supportive/service-oriented attitude. What we have to offer: A position that requires you to be highly self-reliant and use your pioneering skills in order to operate in dynamic international markets and in close cooperation with the agricultural business sector. At Northern Province Cooperative union, the work environment is collegial and ambitious, and the focus is on achieving impact and running a profitable enterprise. As the Finance and Admin Officer, you will be working under the direct supervision of the Business Manager. How to Apply Are you interested in this position and do you fit the profile? Apply by sending your cover letter and curriculum vitae to the email below. The email should be addressed to The Vice Chairperson Northern Province Cooperative and marketing Union Ltd, PO box 410047, Kasama residents are encouraged to apply. If you require further information, feel free to contact us by e-mail.
NPCMU is a Cooperative Union at provincial level, representing the cooperative movement in Northern Province, Zambia. Its affiliates are 8 District Cooperative Unions (DCUs), which have 2,318 Primary Cooperatives (PCs) as their membership. The total individual membership of the PCs represented is around 70,000 individual members. NPCMU is engaged in several businesses, the main ones being a poultry stock feed plant (started operations in 2018) and a guest house. NPCMU aims to become the main poultry stock feed producer in Northern Province, mainly for its members which will provide the raw materials for and are targeted as consumers of the end product (amongst others). In addition, with the new Cooperative Act that is expected to enforce the provision of annual audits, NPCMU is exploring the possibility to scale up its audit services to District Cooperative Unions and Primary Cooperatives. NPCMU is recruiting a: Finance and Administration Officer Part-time (3 days/week) Location: Kasama As a finance and administration officer, you will be responsible for efficient and effective running of the financial and administrative operations of NPCMU. This includes the efficient handling of the financial and human resources administration in order to contribute to the organisation’s objectives. To achieve this, your attention to detail is excellent and supporting others is your second nature. You will be reporting to the Business Manager. Duties finance: Management of all the financial resources of the organisation Keep track of financial transactions of the organisation so as to ensure that money earned and spent is properly accounted for. Ensure that transactions are recorded in the correct General ledger books to ease reporting and monitoring and control. Keep full accurate accounts of all receipts and payment in the books of the organisation Make such payments from the funds of the organisation according to the budget as may be authorised by the coordinator Prepare timely and accurate quarterly financial reports Prepare financial statements for audit Knowledge of accounting packages such as pastel or quick books Ensure that all units have banked their daily sales Duties administration: Ensure that the organisations funds, documents and securities are kept under safe custody. Good negotiation skills Perform any other duties as assigned by the Business Manager. Proficiency in Microsoft word and excel Undertake investment appraisal to ascertain viability of projects Undertake various strategies and rehearse with donor communities to acquire funds for the organisation. General business administration Your profile: Minimum of grade twelve (12) certificate with five O levels including mathematics and English Possess a diploma in accounting/ZICA Licentiate/ACCA stage two or any other professional qualification Degree in accounting or business will be an added advantage Member of Zambia Institute of chartered accountants (ZICA). Intermediate to advanced proficiency in MS Office tools, mainly Microsoft Excel. Excellent verbal and written skills, interpersonal skills, flexible, culturally sensitive. Willing to take up additional assignments if needed. Honest and dedicated to duty Excellent personal and interpersonal skills Open mind with a supportive/service-oriented attitude. What we have to offer: A position that requires you to be highly self-reliant and use your pioneering skills in order to operate in dynamic international markets and in close cooperation with the agricultural business sector. At Northern Province Cooperative union, the work environment is collegial and ambitious, and the focus is on achieving impact and running a profitable enterprise. As the Finance and Admin Officer, you will be working under the direct supervision of the Business Manager. How to Apply Are you interested in this position and do you fit the profile? Apply by sending your cover letter and curriculum vitae to the email below. The email should be addressed to The Vice Chairperson Northern Province Cooperative and marketing Union Ltd, PO box 410047. Kasama residents are encouraged to apply. If you require further information, feel free to contact us by e-mail.
NPCMU is a Cooperative Union at provincial level, representing the cooperative movement in Northern Province, Zambia. Its affiliates are 8 District Cooperative Unions (DCUs), which have 2,318 Primary Cooperatives (PCs) as their membership. The total individual membership of the PCs represented is around 70,000 individual members. NPCMU is engaged in several businesses, the main ones being a poultry stock feed plant (started operations in 2018) and a guest house. NPCMU aims to become the main poultry stock feed producer in Northern Province, mainly for its members which will provide the raw materials for and are targeted as consumers of the end product (amongst others). In addition, with the new Cooperative Act that is expected to enforce the provision of annual audits, NPCMU is exploring the possibility to scale up its audit services to District Cooperative Unions and Primary Cooperatives. NPCMU is recruiting a: Finance and Administration Officer Part-time (3 days/week) Location: Kasama As a finance and administration officer, you will be responsible for efficient and effective running of the financial and administrative operations of NPCMU. This includes the efficient handling of the financial and human resources administration in order to contribute to the organisation’s objectives. To achieve this, your attention to detail is excellent and supporting others is your second nature. You will be reporting to the Business Manager. Duties finance: Management of all the financial resources of the organisation Keep track of financial transactions of the organisation so as to ensure that money earned and spent is properly accounted for. Ensure that transactions are recorded in the correct General ledger books to ease reporting and monitoring and control. Keep full accurate accounts of all receipts and payment in the books of the organisation Make such payments from the funds of the organisation according to the budget as may be authorised by the coordinator Prepare timely and accurate quarterly financial reports Prepare financial statements for audit Knowledge of accounting packages such as pastel or quick books Ensure that all units have banked their daily sales Duties administration: Ensure that the organisations funds, documents and securities are kept under safe custody. Good negotiation skills Perform any other duties as assigned by the Business Manager. Proficiency in Microsoft word and excel Undertake investment appraisal to ascertain viability of projects Undertake various strategies and rehearse with donor communities to acquire funds for the organisation. General business administration Your profile: Minimum of grade twelve (12) certificate with five O levels including mathematics and English Possess a diploma in accounting/ZICA Licentiate/ACCA stage two or any other professional qualification Degree in accounting or business will be an added advantage Member of Zambia Institute of chartered accountants (ZICA). Intermediate to advanced proficiency in MS Office tools, mainly Microsoft Excel. Excellent verbal and written skills, interpersonal skills, flexible, culturally sensitive. Willing to take up additional assignments if needed. Honest and dedicated to duty Excellent personal and interpersonal skills Open mind with a supportive/service-oriented attitude. What we have to offer: A position that requires you to be highly self-reliant and use your pioneering skills in order to operate in dynamic international markets and in close cooperation with the agricultural business sector. At Northern Province Cooperative union, the work environment is collegial and ambitious, and the focus is on achieving impact and running a profitable enterprise. As the Finance and Admin Officer, you will be working under the direct supervision of the Business Manager. How to Apply Are you interested in this position and do you fit the profile? by sending your cover letter and curriculum vitae to this email below: The email should be addressed to The Vice Chairperson Northern Province Cooperative and marketing Union Ltd, PO Box 410047, Kasama residents are encouraged to apply. If you require further information, feel free to contact us by e-mail.
NPCMU is a Cooperative Union at provincial level, representing the cooperative movement in Northern Province, Zambia. Its affiliates are 8 District Cooperative Unions (DCUs), which have 2,318 Primary Cooperatives (PCs) as their membership. The total individual membership of the PCs represented is around 70,000 individual members. NPCMU is engaged in several businesses, the main ones being a poultry stock feed plant (started operations in 2018) and a guest house. NPCMU aims to become the main poultry stock feed producer in Northern Province, mainly for its members which will provide the raw materials for and are targeted as consumers of the end product (amongst others). In addition, with the new Cooperative Act that is expected to enforce the provision of annual audits, NPCMU is exploring the possibility to scale up its audit services to District Cooperative Unions and Primary Cooperatives. NPCMU is recruiting a: Finance and Administration Officer Part-time (3 days/week) Location: Kasama: As a finance and administration officer, you will be responsible for efficient and effective running of the financial and administrative operations of NPCMU. This includes the efficient handling of the financial and human resources administration in order to contribute to the organisation’s objectives. To achieve this, your attention to detail is excellent and supporting others is your second nature. You will be reporting to the Business Manager. Duties finance: Management of all the financial resources of the organisation Keep track of financial transactions of the organisation so as to ensure that money earned and spent is properly accounted for. Ensure that transactions are recorded in the correct General ledger books to ease reporting and monitoring and control. Keep full accurate accounts of all receipts and payment in the books of the organisation Make such payments from the funds of the organisation according to the budget as may be authorised by the coordinator Prepare timely and accurate quarterly financial reports Prepare financial statements for audit Knowledge of accounting packages such as pastel or quick books Ensure that all units have banked their daily sales Duties administration: Ensure that the organisations funds, documents and securities are kept under safe custody. Good negotiation skills Perform any other duties as assigned by the Business Manager. Proficiency in Microsoft word and excel Undertake investment appraisal to ascertain viability of projects Undertake various strategies and rehearse with donor communities to acquire funds for the organisation. General business administration Your profile: Minimum of grade twelve (12) certificate with five O levels including mathematics and English Possess a diploma in accounting/ZICA Licentiate/ACCA stage two or any other professional qualification Degree in accounting or business will be an added advantage Member of Zambia Institute of chartered accountants (ZICA). Intermediate to advanced proficiency in MS Office tools, mainly Microsoft Excel. Excellent verbal and written skills, interpersonal skills, flexible, culturally sensitive. Willing to take up additional assignments if needed. Honest and dedicated to duty Excellent personal and interpersonal skills Open mind with a supportive/service-oriented attitude. What we have to offer: A position that requires you to be highly self-reliant and use your pioneering skills in order to operate in dynamic international markets and in close cooperation with the agricultural business sector. At Northern Province Cooperative union, the work environment is collegial and ambitious, and the focus is on achieving impact and running a profitable enterprise. As the Finance and Admin Officer, you will be working under the direct supervision of the Business Manager. How to Apply Are you interested in this position and do you fit the profile? by sending your cover letter and curriculum vitae to this email below: The email should be addressed to The Vice Chairperson Northern Province Cooperative and marketing Union Ltd, PO Box 410047, Kasama residents are encouraged to apply. If you require further information, feel free to contact us by e-mail.
Camfed is a nongovernmental organization devoted to eradicating poverty through rural girls’ education and empowerment of rural young women. We are operational in all the districts of Western, Muchinga, Luapula and Northern Provinces. We hereby invite qualified candidates to apply for the following position. Job Purpose Under the direction of the Finance Manager, the Assistant Finance Officer will support the day to day office accounts. S/He will provide management with information for planning, control and decision making and provide timely and accurate financial reports. Specific Accountabilities Processing payments for school fees, accounts payable based on invoice and other programme costs either by cheque or direct bank transfers ensuring that they are made on time and issued or deposited in their correct accounts Deposit cash received from training or travel by staff or stakeholders into the bank timely and collect bank statements weekly Ensure that all details of Bank accounts of CAMFED supported schools and Camfed District Committees (CDCs) are correct and updated regularly. Maintaining all payment requisitions and ensuring they are properly filled and safely stored with correct supporting documentations. Making reimbursements of travel and other expenses, after travel and during workshops and assisting in reconciling travel expenses Support analysis and processing of financial reports from Schools, CDCs and other partners. Analysis of disbursement of funds to schools and retirements received thereafter should be updated regularly and a report should be sent to Management every quarter for their information. Follow up of retirements for activities conducted in the district by CDCs should be done regularly in order for national office to be aware of any outstanding information Support in preparation of daily cash flow and position. Support in preparation of bank reconciliations Support in budgeting of activities as stipulated in proposals Support in preparation and of Journals in Financial Force Any other duties that may be assigned by Line Manager Person Specifications The Assistant Finance Officer will have robust accounting skills; excellent team-working and relationship-building skills and an outstanding ability to work and effectively with colleagues across the international Finance team. S/he will share CAMFED’s core values and ethos of transparency and accountability, and will bring high levels of energy, proactivity and internment to the role. Essential: Problem Solving skills. Ability to use Financial Force or SUN systems. Excellent communication, interpersonal and relationship management skills at all levels – from executive and senior management, to middle management, peers, external suppliers and colleagues. A proven team player. Well organised and able to prioritize workload. Experience working as part of a global team. Desirable: Part ACCA or Part ClMA or Full Previous experience working with Financial force or SUN systems. 1 year work experience. Must be a registered with ZICA. How to Apply Please send your CV and Covering Letter to the email below: please note that you are only permitted to apply for one post.
Camfed is a nongovernmental organization devoted to eradicating poverty through rural girls’ education and empowerment of rural young women. We are operational in all the districts of Western, Muchinga, Luapula and Northern Provinces. We hereby invite qualified candidates to apply for the following position. Job Purpose Under the direction of the Finance Manager, the Officer is responsible for the day-to-day maintenance and smooth running of an accurate and up-to-date accounting system; provide management information for planning, control and decision making; provide timely and accurate financial reports; support schools, districts and other partners in financial management, financial training and record keeping. Specific Accountabilities Processing and expenditure transactions in Financial force. Processing payments for school fees, accounts payable invoices and other programme costs, ensuring the completeness of payment requisitions and/ or directbank transfers. Reimbursements of travel and other expenses during workshops. Analysing and reconciling staff travel expenses. Preparing accurate monthly bank Providing monthly analysis of all ledger balances. Reviewing, analysing and processing financial reports from districts and other partners. Assisting in the preparation of financial report packs and annual accounts. Ensuring that all financial records are properly filed and safely stored Support the development or donor budget proposals. Support with management of internal and extremal audit processes Maintaining an accurate asset register. Carry out regular visits to districts and other partners when required, to provide capacity building as well as ensuring their compliance with CAM F ED’s internal financial guidelines. Any Other duties as defined by Line Manager. Person Specifications: The Finance Officer will have robust accounting skills; excellent team-working and relationship-building skills and an outstanding ability to work and communicate effectively with colleagues across the international Finance team. S/he will share CAM FED’s core values and ethos of transparency and accountability, and will bring high levels of energy, proactivity and commitment to the role. Essential: Problem Solving skills. Ability to use Financial Force or SUN systems. Excellent communication, interpersonal and relationship management skills at all levels – from executive and senior management, to middle management, peers, external suppliers and colleagues. A proven team playerwith the ability to assist the development of staff and colleagues of differing technical abilities and skills. Well organised and able to prioritise workload. Experience working as part of a global team Desirable: Full ACCA or CIMA or CA Zambia Previous experience working with Financial force or SUN systems. 3 years’ work experience Must be a registered member of ZICA. How to Apply Please send your CV and Covering Letter to the email below: Please note that you are only permitted to apply for one post.

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