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Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is a regional African-led non-governmental organisation that supports livelihood-challenged communities in East and Southern Africa to sustainably improve their well-being and standard of living. With Country Programmes in South Sudan, Kenya, Somalia, Uganda, Zambia, and Ethiopia. AAH-I has over 30 years’ experience working with communities in conflict and post-conflict situations, including refugees, internally displaced people and host communities. More recently AAH-I has expanded its activities to work with other marginalised communities, including pastoralists and people living in informal urban settlements. Job Summary: The core role of the Head of Programme is to oversee all the organisation’s programmes. It will involve ensuring that projects are implemented to the highest standard and are achieving the desired outcomes and impact. The incumbent networks with relevant in-country stakeholders and donors and deputizes for the Country Director, as may be required Key Responsibility Areas 1. As a member of the Country Senior Management Team Supports the development of new projects Together with finance, undertakes budget tracking monthly Identifies and establishes key networks with the broader interagency Support the delivery of KPIS Supports the development of an organisational culture that reflects AAH’s values, vision and mission Supports the Country Director in the formulation and implementation of the country strategic plan Helps design or review and implement a coherent organisational structure that is consistent with organisational practices and appropriate to programme needs Helps establish, maintain, and improve active and regular working relationships with: donors, partner agencies as well as government ministries and departments at district (field) level. 2. Oversight of Programme Development and Implementation Manages all projects (oversight, planning, coordination, control and Reporting) Gives support to ALL Luapula province project activities Delivers the CRS function Has delegated responsibility for field delivery of high quality programming in line with the objectives of the country strategy In close coordination with HQ and other senior managers, actively participates in the development of high quality concept notes and proposals for submission to donors Ensures that the required support to projects is provided promptly, at scale and in line with the agreed standard operating procedures Ensures programme implementation staff are well versed and are effectively applying organisational policies and practices that result in successful financial and programmatic audit scores Ensures preparation of timely and high quality institutional and donor reports 3. Monitoring & Evaluation and Learning Ensures all projects have M&E frameworks that outline the objectives, inputs, outputs and outcomes of the intended projects and the indicators that will be used to measure all these. Conducts project monitoring for purposes of donor writing. Leads quarterly Programme Management Team (PMT) review sessions and ensure all Projects are holding monthly PMT reviews. Follow up and support implementation of ‘Action Points’ from monthly and quarterly PMTs. Ensures action planning and execution to resolve audit and evaluation findings and recommendations in a conclusive and timely manner. Promotes learning by ensuring information that is gathered during the project implementation is used for accountability and to inform future activities, or modify implementation approach. 4. Humanitarian Response Management Coordinates appropriate and timely responses at scale to all emergencies in close cooperation with incoming surge teams as may be necessary. Ensures that all staff across departments and field offices are familiar with and adhere to standard operating procedures even during an emergency response. In coordination with the Country Programme Director and sector heads or program managers maintains consistent and coherent engagement in key inter-agency emergency preparedness and response coordination mechanisms including the Cluster system. 5. Communications and Information Management Leverages communications services to promote documentation of best/promising practices, success stories and case studies to support resource mobilisation, demonstrate impact and promote the image of the organisation. Ensures a streamlined information management system in a manner that information is readily accessible and shared. 6. Staff Management, Mentor-ship, and Development Ensures appropriate staffing within Programmes Departments or units. Ensures the recruitment, training, and promotion of staff as appropriate and ensure availability of appropriate professional development opportunities for staff. Together the HR focal person, co-manages staff performance. Expected Results: All projects have minimal challenges with implementation One Bankable project developed for 2021 All donor reports delivered on time No budget overruns or under-spends Less than one labour challenge Required Qualifications: Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences, Development Studies, Public Health, Agriculture, Entrepreneurship or related field A minimum of 5 years management experience in an NGO or other humanitarian environment, including significant field operations experience in running both emergency and development programmes, with at least 3 years working in primary health care and community-based health programming, or food security/livelihoods A very good understanding of the three AAH‘s main programme sectors; public health, food security/livelihoods and humanitarian emergency Ability to provide strong project M&E support and compile/review quality donor reports Experience in designing and conducting quantitative and qualitative data collection, including, social impact assessment, desk reviews, interviews and field work Substantial knowledge and experience of effective financial and budgetary control and supporting projects to stay on course with implementation Exceptional general management and communication skills, including ability to communicate effectively with people of varied professional and cultural backgrounds Previous experience of managing and developing a sizeable team and the ability to lead, motivate and develop others to achieve high impact results Skills and Competencies: Strong strategic and creative thinking. Demonstrated ability to take a strategic view across a large complex programme Excellent communication and negotiation skills Demonstrated skills in writing, editing and reporting Good knowledge of financial and administrative management Personal commitment, drive for results, efficiency and flexibility Proficiency in the use of MS Office and analysis softwares Ability to mobilise and influence different audiences and communities Able to capacity build and develop others Commitment to the organisational vision, mission and values Method of Application Interested candidates should email application letter and CV (with 3 referees) addressed to the email below: The email Subject Line
Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is regional African – led non- governmental organization that supports livelihood – challenged communities in East and Southern Africa to sustainably improve their well – being and standard of living. With Country Programs in South Sudan, Uganda, Zambia, Somalia and Kenya, AAH-I has over 20 years ‘experience working with communities in conflict and post –conflict situation Action Africa Help International Zambia (AAHZ) is partnering with the Catholic Relief Service (CRS) to improve the nutritional situation of people living in food insecure households in Kawambwa and Mansa districts, especially women of reproductive age and children under 2 years. AAHZ will support in the implementation of the Care Group intervention of the Food and Nutrition Security for Enhanced Resilience (FANSER) Luapula project in Kawambwa district. AAHZ will work with CRS to reach the target of 9,000 women of reproductive age who receive an integrated package of nutrition services. The project covers twenty-eight (28) months, starting from September 2019. In order to achieve that, Action Africa Help International Zambia (AAHZ) is seeking to recruit qualified and experienced individuals to fill the following positions at its Kawambwa office: Position Type: Fixed Term Contract Reports to: Programme Manager Location: Kawambwa Job Purpose To enter data into FANSER database. The job holder will need to efficiently manage a large amount of information that is often sensitive or confidential. Main Duties and Responsibilities Preparing and sorting documents for data entry Entering data into database software and checking to ensure the accuracy of the data that has been inputted Resolving discrepancies in information and obtaining further information for incomplete documents Creating data backups as part of a contingency plan Minimum Requirements Computer literacy and familiarity with various computer programs such as MS Office Ability to work under pressure Paying attention to detail Good command of English Method of Application Applications, with cover letters and detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV), must be sent to the email below:
Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is regional African – led non- governmental organization that supports livelihood – challenged communities in East and Southern Africa to sustainably improve their well – being and standard of living. With Country Programs in South Sudan, Uganda, Zambia, Somalia and Kenya, AAH-I has over 20 years ‘experience working with communities in conflict and post –conflict situation Action Africa Help International Zambia (AAHZ) is partnering with the Catholic Relief Service (CRS) to improve the nutritional situation of people living in food insecure households in Kawambwa and Mansa districts, especially women of reproductive age and children under 2 years. AAHZ will support in the implementation of the Care Group intervention of the Food and Nutrition Security for Enhanced Resilience (FANSER) Luapula project in Kawambwa district. AAHZ will work with CRS to reach the target of 9,000 women of reproductive age who receive an integrated package of nutrition services. The project covers twenty-eight (28) months, starting from September 2019. In order to achieve that, Action Africa Help International Zambia (AAHZ) is seeking to recruit qualified and experienced individuals to fill the following position at its Kawambwa office: Position Type: Fixed Term Contract Reports to: Programme Manager Location: Kawambwa Job Purpose To support gender mainstreaming across Care Group activities Main Duties and Responsibilities Working with the Care Group in supporting integration of gender in their service delivery Advising the programme team on gender related issues, concerns, trends and policies Conducting awareness meetings on gender matters Providing technical assistance to partners in assessing the strength of their approach to gender mainstreaming across the programme Attending gender meetings in the district Minimum Requirements Advanced Certificate in Gender, Women Empowerment, or related discipline such as Community Development Experience in handling gender related matters Method of Application Applications, with cover letters and detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV), must be sent to the email below:
Location: Chipata Reports to: Branch Manager Minimum Qualification: Diploma in Accountancy The Company Agora Microfinance Zambia Ltd (AMZ) is a licensed microfinance lending company. The mission of AMZ is to ‘Contribute to the economic well-being of the poor through effective provision of appropriate financial services. The Company currently operates in 15 branches across the country in Kasama, Mansa, Mongu, Senanga, Kaoma, Mumbwa, Lusaka, Monze, Chongwe, Chibombo, Mkushi, Mpika, Chinsali, Ndola and Kitwe and has a support office (head office) in Lusaka. Requirements: Minimum of 1 year work experience in a fast-moving environment Attention to detail is a must. Responsibilities: Receiving and recording monies received at office. Prepare all receipts, payment vouchers and all primary transaction documentations. Cash counting and stacking for disbursements and deposits. Banking – depositing all received monies. Ensure on-time banking. Maintenance of petty cash records and petty cash system. Ensuring that all accounting documentation is properly filed and kept in safely. Any other duties as assigned by supervisor How to Apply Candidates who meet the above criteria can send through their application to the email below: Locals are encouraged to apply.
Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is regional African – led non- governmental organization that supports livelihood – challenged communities in East and Southern Africa to sustainably improve their well – being and standard of living. With Country Programs in South Sudan, Uganda, Zambia, Somalia and Kenya, AAH-I has over 20 years ‘experience working with communities in conflict and post –conflict situation Action Africa Help International Zambia (AAHZ) is partnering with the Catholic Relief Service (CRS) to improve the nutritional situation of people living in food insecure households in Kawambwa and Mansa districts, especially women of reproductive age and children under 2 years. AAHZ will support in the implementation of the Care Group intervention of the Food and Nutrition Security for Enhanced Resilience (FANSER) Luapula project in Kawambwa district. AAHZ will work with CRS to reach the target of 9,000 women of reproductive age who receive an integrated package of nutrition services. The project covers twenty eight (28) months, starting from September 2019. In order to achieve that, AAH-I is seeking to recruit well qualified, experienced and innovative individuals to fill the following positions: Position Type: Fixed Term Contract Reports to: Programme Manager Location: Kawambwa Job Purpose To support gender mainstreaming across Care Group activities Main Duties and Responsibilities Working with the Care Group in supporting integration of gender in their service delivery Advising the programme team on gender related issues, concerns, trends and policies Conducting awareness meetings on gender matters Providing technical assistance to partners in assessing the strength of their approach to gender mainstreaming across the programme Attending gender meetings in the district Required qualifications Advanced Certificate in Gender, Women Empowerment, or related discipline such as Community Development Experience in handling gender related matters How to Apply Applications with detailed Curriculum Vitae (CVs) and minimum of three (3) referees must be sent via email:
Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is regional African – led non- governmental organization that supports livelihood – challenged communities in East and Southern Africa to sustainably improve their well – being and standard of living. With Country Programs in South Sudan, Uganda, Zambia, Somalia and Kenya, AAH-I has over 20 years ‘experience working with communities in conflict and post –conflict situation Action Africa Help International Zambia (AAHZ) is partnering with the Catholic Relief Service (CRS) to improve the nutritional situation of people living in food insecure households in Kawambwa and Mansa districts, especially women of reproductive age and children under 2 years. AAHZ will support in the implementation of the Care Group intervention of the Food and Nutrition Security for Enhanced Resilience (FANSER) Luapula project in Kawambwa district. AAHZ will work with CRS to reach the target of 9,000 women of reproductive age who receive an integrated package of nutrition services. The project covers twenty eight (28) months, starting from September 2019. In order to achieve that, AAH-I is seeking to recruit well qualified, experienced and innovative individuals to fill the following positions: Position Type: Fixed Term Contract Reports to: Programme Manager Location: Kawambwa Job Purpose To oversee Health Promoters, Sanitation Promoters and Nutrition Volunteers and high-quality delivery of household lessons Main Duties and Responsibilities: Analyzing nutrition situation and prevailing trends Sensitizing vulnerable communities on malnutrition and ways of improving household food security and nutrition supporting sustainable activities such as agriculture to support better nutrition Conducting demonstrations in food processing, and training on preservation of locally available foods Collaborate with Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer to set up monitoring and reporting mechanisms and participate in M&E activities as necessary Required qualifications: Diploma in nutrition and food sciences At least three (3) years practical experience implementing community food and nutrition activities in government or non-governmental organisations Experience in planning, budgeting, coordination and managing results Proven ability to provide representation at donor and District level meetings Skills and attributes needed: Self-starter and able to work well under pressure Innovative with good interpersonal and organisation skills Team builder How to Apply Applications with detailed Curriculum Vitae (CVs) and minimum of three (3) referees must be sent via email:
Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is regional African – led non- governmental organization that supports livelihood – challenged communities in East and Southern Africa to sustainably improve their well – being and standard of living. With Country Programs in South Sudan, Uganda, Zambia, Somalia and Kenya, AAH-I has over 20 years ‘experience working with communities in conflict and post –conflict situation Action Africa Help International Zambia (AAHZ) is partnering with the Catholic Relief Service (CRS) to improve the nutritional situation of people living in food insecure households in Kawambwa and Mansa districts, especially women of reproductive age and children under 2 years. AAHZ will support in the implementation of the Care Group intervention of the Food and Nutrition Security for Enhanced Resilience (FANSER) Luapula project in Kawambwa district. AAHZ will work with CRS to reach the target of 9,000 women of reproductive age who receive an integrated package of nutrition services. The project covers twenty eight (28) months, starting from September 2019. In order to achieve that, AAH-I is seeking to recruit well qualified, experienced and innovative individuals to fill the following positions: Position Type: Fixed Term Contract Reports to: Programme Manager Location: Kawambwa Job Purpose To enter data into FANSER database. The job holder will need to efficiently manage a large amount of information that is often sensitive or confidential. Main Duties and Responsibilities Preparing and sorting documents for data entry Entering data into database software and checking to ensure the accuracy of the data that has been inputted Resolving discrepancies in information and obtaining further information for incomplete documents Creating data backups as part of a contingency plan Minimum Requirements Computer literacy and familiarity with various computer programs such as MS Office Ability to work under pressure Paying attention to detail Good command of English How to Apply Applications with detailed Curriculum Vitae (CVs) and minimum of three (3) referees must be sent via email:
Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is regional African – led non- governmental organization that supports livelihood – challenged communities in East and Southern Africa to sustainably improve their well – being and standard of living. With Country Programs in South Sudan, Uganda, Zambia, Somalia and Kenya, AAH-I has over 20 years ‘experience working with communities in conflict and post –conflict situation Action Africa Help International Zambia (AAHZ) is partnering with the Catholic Relief Service (CRS) to improve the nutritional situation of people living in food insecure households in Kawambwa and Mansa districts, especially women of reproductive age and children under 2 years. AAHZ will support in the implementation of the Care Group intervention of the Food and Nutrition Security for Enhanced Resilience (FANSER) Luapula project in Kawambwa district. AAHZ will work with CRS to reach the target of 9,000 women of reproductive age who receive an integrated package of nutrition services. The project covers twenty eight (28) months, starting from September 2019. In order to achieve that, AAH-I is seeking to recruit well qualified, experienced and innovative individuals to fill the following positions: Position Type: Fixed Term Contract Reports to: Programme Manager Location: Kawambwa Job Purpose: To ensure programme quality, effectiveness and learning in the delivery of the programme. The job provides technical support to the project team on M&E related issues of development of the M&E approach and systems which include; monitoring tools, reporting and capacity building of staff in M&E. Main Duties and Responsibilities: Monitoring the implementation of the Nutrition Project Leading project team in the development and implementation of an M&E system and oversee routine program monitoring activities Ensuring production of timely and high quality program monitoring and evaluation reports for evidence based accountability Providing support to performance evaluation process in collaboration with Donors and the independent evaluation team Facilitating development of participatory monitoring and evaluation systems Responsible for data review, analysis and reporting Collecting data from Project field officers to measure achievements against the performance indicators from all projects Developing the overall framework for Projects Performance Monitoring Plan with relevant data collection systems Providing leadership and support to staff working at community level Spearheading the development of participatory monitoring and evaluation systems including for enhanced accountability in the programme Lead project team in the development and implementation of an M&E system and oversee routine program monitoring activities. Ensure the quality and relevance of the project’s monitoring and evaluation design. Assisting with the preparation of regular reports as per donor requirement. Minimum Requirements: A Bachelor’s Degree in Project Monitoring and Evaluation, or in statistics, demographics, public policy, international development, economics, or any other related field At least 3 years practical work experience in Monitoring, Evaluation & Research, preferably in Savings Groups Experience in participatory methodologies is an added advantage Skills and attributes needed: Strong analytical and logical ability Monitor the implementation of all programme activities Provide leadership and support to staff working at community level Design and management skills Good moderation, facilitation and training skills Demonstrated ability to liaise and negotiate with government and social partners Ability to perform a variety of conceptual analyses required for the formulation, administration and evaluation of projects Excellent analytical skills Good computer application skills. How to Apply Applications with detailed Curriculum Vitae (CVs) and minimum of three (3) referees must be sent via email:
Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is regional African – led non- governmental organization that supports livelihood – challenged communities in East and Southern Africa to sustainably improve their well – being and standard of living. With Country Programs in South Sudan, Uganda, Zambia, Somalia and Kenya, AAH-I has over 20 years ‘experience working with communities in conflict and post –conflict situation Action Africa Help International Zambia (AAHZ) is partnering with the Catholic Relief Service (CRS) to improve the nutritional situation of people living in food insecure households in Kawambwa and Mansa districts, especially women of reproductive age and children under 2 years. AAHZ will support in the implementation of the Care Group intervention of the Food and Nutrition Security for Enhanced Resilience (FANSER) Luapula project in Kawambwa district. AAHZ will work with CRS to reach the target of 9,000 women of reproductive age who receive an integrated package of nutrition services. The project covers twenty eight (28) months, starting from September 2019. In order to achieve that, AAH-I is seeking to recruit well qualified, experienced and innovative individuals to fill the following positions: Position Type: Fixed Term Contract Reports to: Country Programme Manager Location: Kawambwa Job Purpose To oversee Care Group implementation across Kawambwa in close coordination with CRS Food and Nutrition Security for Enhanced Resilience (FANSER) staff. The Programme Manager is responsible for the successful delivery of the whole of the proposed change, co-ordination of the programme’s projects and management of their inter-dependencies. Main Duties and Responsibilities Planning and designing the programme, and proactively monitoring its progress, resolving issues and initiating appropriate corrective actions Defining the programme’s governance arrangements Organizing programme’s and activities in accordance with the mission and goals of the organization Implementing and managing changes and interventions to ensure project goals are achieved. Meeting with stakeholders to make communication easy and transparent regarding project issues and decisions on services Producing accurate and timely reporting of program status throughout its life cycle Ensuring goals are met in areas including customer satisfaction, safety, quality and team member performance Identifying and analyzing programme/project risks, and initiating necessary interventions Identifying training needs and planning training programmes to ensure that all staff on the Managing the programme’s budget Preparing periodic programme progress reports for the funding partners Minimum Requirements Bachelor’s degree in Project Management, Business Management, Social Sciences or any other related field At least 5 years’ experience of working with an NGO Skills and attributes needed Experience in Grant Management and quality programming Proven stakeholder management skills Excellent interpersonal and communications skills Proven experience in managing a team (i.e. team builder and player) Strong analytical and strategic planning skills Strong written and verbal communication skills Effective leadership, interpersonal and communication skills Good knowledge of budgeting and resource allocation procedures Ability to find ways of solving or pre-empting problems How to Apply Applications with detailed Curriculum Vitae (CVs) and minimum of three (3) referees must be sent via email:
Child Protection Officer – PSEA and GBV in humanitarian and development action, NO-2 , Post # 00109667, 364 days – Temporary Appointment, Kawambwa, Zambia Job no: 520272 Position type: Temporary Appointment Location: Zambia Division/Equivalent: Nairobi Regn’l(ESARO) School/Unit: Zambia Department/Office: Lusaka, Zambia Categories: Child Protection, NO-2 The UNICEF Programme of Cooperation with the Government of the Republic of Zambia (GRZ) is designed to address and mitigate the threat of poverty the country’s children face, while responding to the needs with interventions addressing the multiple causative factors. In response to the combination these threats involve the Programme supports national efforts to improve service delivery in the key areas of: child health and nutrition and HIV and AIDS, quality basic education, water, sanitation and hygiene education, child protection and social policy, advocacy and communication. To find out more about UNICEF’s work in Zambia, please visit . How can you make a difference? Under the direct supervision of the Chief of Child Protection UNICEF Zambia, the incumbent will support the Child Protection in Emergency Program providing technical assistance to implementing partners and closely collaborating with relevant actors involved in the emergency response that is focused on supporting refugee children, including unaccompanied minors. In this context, the incumbent will serve as the UNICEF PSEA focal point (Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse) in the Mantapala settlement and will assist the Child protection team, WASH team and other UNICEF teams in implementing the principles of the Secretary General “Bulletin on special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse” (ST/SGB/2003/13) in their aid and development work. As the United Nations move from a humanitarian to a development approach in addressing the child protection of refugees, the incumbent will be working closely with district authorities and ward level representatives to develop joint refugee/host community child protection mechanisms and action. Furthermore, the incumbent will support UNICEF dialogue with Provincial and district authorities to address GBV in both humanitarian as well as development contexts. The position will be based in Kawambwa. Responsibilities and Tasks: Support programme management and monitoring and provide technical and operational support to implementation of the humanitarian child protection response in Mantapala. Support the implementation of sustainable solutions for the coordination of activities taking place in Child Friendly Spaces set up by UNICEF, including liaising closely with UNHCR and other organizations supporting women, children and adolescents in Mantapala. This may include the transition of Child Friendly Spaces into Community centres or other models and secure their use by a broad range of groups that are important to child development (women’s groups, mothers groups, parents, adolescents, elderly). Support the implementation of activities in youth friendly corners with special emphasis on finding sustainable solutions led by-youth-for-youth that can continue after UNICEF transits from direct humanitarian support for the implementation of activities in Mantapala. Provide technical advice and oversight of child protection activities, including with respect to the provision of child-friendly psycho social support and counselling at the protection help-desks. Participate in the definition of monitoring and performance indicators and hold sessions with partners where these are reflected upon and reviewed when necessary. Networking and partnership building in Nchelenge and Kawambwa Districts: Actively participate in Protection Working Group and other relevant inter-agency meetings and initiatives (joint assessment, development of sector strategies and standard operating procedures, joint monitoring missions, etc.) and keep UNICEF Child Protection team up to date with issues, concerns and priorities raised. Build and sustain effective close working partnerships with relevant government counterparts, national stakeholders and other partners through active networking, and effective communication to exchange knowledge/expertise and to reinforce cooperation to achieve sustainable results in child protection. Participate in and actively represent UNICEF in PSEA forums and coordination meetings. Implementation of PSEA Action Plan in Mantapala: Support GBV and PSEA risk mitigation efforts and contribute to the development and implementation of field level guidance, strategies, standard operating procedures, referral pathways and services on gender-based violence, violence against children and SEA (including Community Based Complaint Mechanisms). Organize, oversee and assist in implementing PSEA trainings for field-level partners, including on the UN Protocol on Allegations of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Involving Implementing Partners, Secretary General “Bulletin on special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse” and GBV risk mitigation. Support documentation of best PSEA practices and lessons learnt in Zambia. Transitioning from a humanitarian to a development context in Luapula Province (PSEA and GBV): Support the implementation of joint district and ward-level child protection and SGBV prevention activities, that bring together refugee settlement community and host community. Support the strengthening of the social welfare district office in addressing PSEA and GBV cases in refugee settlement and host community. Support UNICEF in establishing a dialogue with provincial and district authorities in Luapula with the aim of strengthening (or setting up) SGBV one-stop centres and community-level prevention work in pilot wards. To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have… A university degree in social sciences, social work, political science, law or other relevant fields A minimum of 2 years relevant experience working on children’s and women’s rights and violence prevention and response, sexual violence and other forms of gender-based violence; and on child protection. Experience in managing, monitoring and reporting on project activities. Experience in and knowledge of UN and Inter Agency Standing Committee (IASC) policies and guidance related but not limited to PSEA, Accountability to Affected Population, GBV and Centrality of Protection is an added advantage. Knowledge of current humanitarian context in Zambia including refugee crises is an asset. Excellent communication, facilitation and interpersonal skills. Experience working in emergency setting or refugee crisis. Fluency in English (verbal and written) required. Other Arrangements: The incumbent will be based in Kawambwa, Luapula Province and will work within the Nchelenge district (Mantapala settlement) and Kawambwa district (anticipated location of UNICEF office). The incumbent will be expected to travel on mission to Lusaka
Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is regional African – led non- governmental organization that supports livelihood – challenged communities in East and Southern Africa to sustainably improve their well – being and standard of living. With Country Programs in South Sudan, Uganda, Zambia, Somalia and Kenya, AAH-I has over 20 years ‘experience working with communities in conflict and post –conflict situations. As part of that effort action Africa help Zambia (AAHZ) has since 2011 been managing warehouses for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and The World Food Programme (WFP). We are seeking the services of an office assistant to join our department. Qualifications and Experience: Grade twelve certificate Able to read and write Able to work with minimal supervision How to Apply To apply: send your cover letter, CV and qualifications in one word or PDF document to: Project Accountant Action Africa Help International, NAPSA OFFICE, Room 1Chipatala Road, PO Box 730014, Kawambwa.
Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is regional African – led non- governmental organization that supports livelihood – challenged communities in East and Southern Africa to sustainably improve their well – being and standard of living. With Country Programs in South Sudan, Uganda, Zambia, Somalia and Kenya, AAH-I has over 20 years ‘experience working with communities in conflict and post –conflict situations. As part of that effort action Africa help Zambia (AAHZ) has since 2011 been managing warehouses for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and The World Food Programme (WFP). We are seeking the services of a Driver to join our Department. Qualifications and Experience: 3 years able to drive a land cruisers in mud and sand roads Valid driver’s license Knowledge of driving rules and regulations, chauffeur protocol and courtesies, local roads/waterways and conditions, and security issues. Knowledge of driving rules and regulations whichever applicable. Knowledge of safety standards and safety equipment (e.g. fire extinguishers, buoyant wearable safety devices, etc.). Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Basic skills to assist in case of emergency, knowledge of first aid basic methods. Ability to assess vehicles for mechanical fitness and skills in minor vehicle repairs. How to Apply To apply: send your cover letter, CV and qualifications in one word or PDF document to: Project Accountant Action Africa Help International, NAPSA OFFICE, Room 1Chipatala Road, PO Box 730014, Kawambwa.
Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is regional African – led non- governmental organization that supports livelihood – challenged communities in East and Southern Africa to sustainably improve their well – being and standard of living. With Country Programs in South Sudan, Uganda, Zambia, Somalia and Kenya, AAH-I has over 20 years ‘experience working with communities in conflict and post –conflict situations. As part of that effort action Africa help Zambia (AAHZ) has since 2011 been managing warehouses for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and The World Food Programme (WFP). We are seeking the services of a Cook to join our department. Qualifications and Experience: Grade twelve certificate Able to read and write Able to cook and work with minimal supervision How to Apply To apply: send your cover letter, CV and qualifications in one word or PDF document to: Project Accountant, Action Africa Help International, NAPSA OFFICE, Room 1Chipatala Road, PO Box 730014, Kawambwa.
Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is regional African – led non- governmental organization that supports livelihood – challenged communities in East and Southern Africa to sustainably improve their well – being and standard of living. With Country Programs in South Sudan, Uganda, Zambia, Somalia and Kenya, AAH-I has over 20 years ‘experience working with communities in conflict and post –conflict situations. As part of that effort action Africa help Zambia (AAHZ) has since 2011 been managing warehouses for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and The World Food Programme (WFP). The position of Warehouse Manager is intended for the Core Relief Items (CRI) warehouses, and will include overseeing the receiving, storage and dispatching of non-food items at 4 warehouses in Lusaka, Maheba, Mayukwayukwa and Mantapala Refugee camps for the period to 31st December, 2019 (with possibility to extension based on performance) and based in Kawambwa. Job Purpose To manage a range of CRI warehouse activities including safeguarding of non-food commodities, and ensuring well-organized warehousing and storage service in compliance with UN warehouse guidelines at the four locations. Reporting to: Finance and Admin Key Accountabilities Responsible for the effective planning and management of the warehouse operations, to ensure safe and efficient warehousing and storage of all commodities and supplies. Coordinate the receipt/dispatch of commodities, to ensure accurate recording, accounting and reporting is available at all times to support decision-making. Responsible for the accuracy of warehouse transaction records including identification of discrepancies, to ensure immediate and accurate reporting on commodity movements in line with the corporate requirements. Responsible for inventory management (e.g. physical stock verification, reporting, etc.), to ensure any existing and developing issues with regards to proper stocks management are timely addressed and UN standard procedures for commodity handling and storage are strictly followed. Supervise preparation and/or prepare regular and ad hoc reports and statistics on warehouse operations, to support informed planning and decision-making. Oversee safeguarding of commodities through providing guidance on and taking initiative towards implementation of preventive measures, to ensure that commodities are preserved in good condition and that quality control actions are initiated as appropriate following UN established procedures. Work in collaboration with the UNHCR in order to deliver aligned and coherent warehouse services. Identify training needs and efficiently plan trainings, to ensure that all staff have required knowledge and skills to carry out their responsibilities. Requirements and Qualification A degree in purchasing and supply, logistics or warehousing with 3 years experience and ready to stay in Kawambwa district. Hands on experience with use of UN Commodities tracking system or warehouse management software and databases. Expertise in warehouse management procedures and best practices Experience with cash disbursements in refugee settings highly desirable. How to Apply To apply: send your cover letter, CV and qualifications in one word or PDF document to: Project Accountant, Action Africa Help International, NAPSA OFFICE, Room 1Chipatala Road, PO Box 730014, Kawambwa.
Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is regional African – led non- governmental organization that supports livelihood – challenged communities in East and Southern Africa to sustainably improve their well – being and standard of living. With Country Programs in South Sudan, Uganda, Zambia, Somalia and Kenya, AAH-I has over 20 years ‘experience working with communities in conflict and post –conflict situations. As part of that effort action Africa help Zambia (AAHZ) has since 2011 been managing warehouses for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and The World Food Programme (WFP). We are seeking the services of Auto Mechanic to join our Department in ensuring efficient Management of all organizational mechanical works. Qualifications and Experience: Auto mechanics craft certificate 7 years’ experience on repairing land cruisers Able to drive a landcruisers in mud and sand roads Valid driver’s license How to Apply To apply: send your cover letter, CV and qualifications in one word or PDF document to: Deadline: 5th February 2019. Project Accountant Action Africa Help International, NAPSA OFFICE, Room 1Chipatala Road, PO Box 730014, Kawambwa.
Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is regional African – led non- governmental organization that supports livelihood – challenged communities in East and Southern Africa to sustainably improve their well – being and standard of living. With Country Programs in South Sudan, Uganda, Zambia, Somalia and Kenya, AAH-I has over 20 years ‘experience working with communities in conflict and post –conflict situations. As part of that effort action Africa help Zambia (AAHZ) has since 2011 been managing warehouses for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and The World Food Programme (WFP). We are seeking the services of Auto Mechanic Assistant to join our Department in ensuring efficient Management of all organizational mechanical works. Qualifications and Experience: Auto mechanics craft certificate 5 years’ experience on repairing land cruisers Able to drive a land cruiser in mud and sand roads Valid driver’s License How to Apply To apply: send your cover letter, CV and qualifications in one word or PDF document to: Deadline: 5th February 2019. Project Accountant Action Africa Help International, NAPSA OFFICE, Room 1Chipatala Road, PO Box 730014, Kawambwa.
The Ministry of Agriculture has received financing from the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) toward the cost of the Smallholder Productivity Promotion Programme (S3P), and intends to apply part of the proceeds of the financing to activities and investments aimed at strengthening Farmer Organisations and their Federations in Luapula, Muchinga and Northern Provinces. Such activities and investments include capacity building of, among others, Farmer Organisations, District Cooperative Unions and Primary Cooperative Societies. Part of the effort to build capacity of the cooperatives is through the engagement of Managers and Book-Keepers for two (02) District Cooperative Unions in Kawambwa and Mbala Districts and two (02) Primary Cooperatives in Chinsali District. The Four Cooperatives in conjunction with the Department of Cooperatives now, therefore, invite applications from suitably qualified Zambian nationals to fill the following vacancies: Location: Kawambwa (01), Mbala (01), Chinsali (02) Contract duration: One (01) Year Job Purpose: To attend to the day-to-day management of the books of accounts in order to attain financial viability and efficient service delivery outlined in the union’s By Laws and Strategic and Business Plan. Duties And Responsibilities: The successful candidate will report to the Manager of the Organization and will perform the following functions: Ensure that the society’s funds, documents and securities are kept under safe custody Keep track of financial transactions of the organisation so as to ensure that money earned and spent is properly accounted Ensure that transactions are recorded in the correct General Ledger books to ease reporting , monitoring and control Keep full and accurate accounts of all receipts and payment in the books of the organisation Make such payments from the funds of the organisation as may be authorised by the manager Prepare timely and accurate financial quarterly reports Undertake all banking errands Prepare bank reconciliations on a monthly basis Prepare financial statements for audit Perform any other duties as assigned by the Manager Qualifications and Experience Grade 12 full Certificate which should include Mathematics and English Certificate or Diploma in Accounting Between 25 and 35 Years of Age Must be a Zambian national and ready to reside in the area of operation A minimum of 2 Years post qualification experience in a similar capacity Must be a Member of ZICA Other Attributes Must be self-motivated, goal oriented, analytical and fluent in the English language, both written and oral; Must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel; Must be able to work under minimum supervision How to Apply Interested applicants who meet the requirements for the above positions should submit handwritten application letters, including CVs and certified copies of their Academic and Professional Qualifications with the position applied for written clearly on the envelop to any of the following addresses based on their choice of location: Mailing Details For Kawambwa District Cooperative Union, The Chairperson Kawambwa District Cooperative Union C/o Kawambwa District Agricultural Coordinator, PO Box 720002, Kawambwa Luapula Province For Chembe Malata Primary Cooperative, The Chairperson Chembe Malata Primary Cooperative C/o District Agricultural Coordinator PO Box 480009 Chinsali, Muchinga Province.
The Ministry of Agriculture has received financing from the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) toward the cost of the Smallholder Productivity Promotion Programme (S3P), and intends to apply part of the proceeds of the financing to activities and investments aimed at strengthening Farmer Organisations and their Federations in Luapula, Muchinga and Northern Provinces. Such activities and investments include capacity building of, among others, Farmer Organisations, District Cooperative Unions and Primary Cooperative Societies. Part of the effort to build capacity of the cooperatives is through the engagement of Managers and Book-Keepers for two (02) District Cooperative Unions in Kawambwa and Mbala Districts and two (02) Primary Cooperatives in Chinsali District. The Four Cooperatives in conjunction with the Department of Cooperatives now, therefore, invite applications from suitably qualified Zambian nationals to fill the following vacancies: Location: Kawambwa (01), Mbala (01), Chinsali (02) Contract duration: One (01) Year Job Purpose: The Manager will be responsible for managing and controlling the overall day-to-day administration, operation, coordination and control of all aspects of the Cooperative in accordance with approved strategic and business plans and in order to attain objectives, financial viability and provide services to members as outlined in the by-laws. This includes, but not limited to, strategic planning; setting up accounting, book-keeping and administrative systems for the cooperative. The Manager will be accountable to the Cooperative Board of Directors. Duties and Responsibilities: The successful candidate is expected to carry out the following functions under the supervision of the Board of Directors: Guide and administer the affairs of the Cooperative in keeping with sound business practices and the objectives of the organization and to ensure profitable operations and positive cash flows Control and supervise the finances (custody of cash, cheque writing, borrowing, etc.) of the Cooperative and strive for high levels of efficiency and maintain a careful and judicious control of expenses as well as accurate record keeping Appraise continually the operating results of the Cooperative and to take prompt corrective action as required to ensure all operations are viable Keep abreast of general business and economic conditions, legislation, new developments and problems that may affect the value chain the Co-operative is engaged in initiate budget preparations and recommendations for consideration by the board Supervise the work ofthe book-keeper and any other staff that may be in the employment of the cooperative Safeguard the assets of the Cooperative Union Authorize payment of funds from the organisation as may be directed by the board Attend all meetings and keep or cause to be kept a record of all votes and proceedings of the meetings Circulate notices of meetings called and/or requested by an appropriate authority to members and to all other stakeholders Ensure that the Financial Statement is prepared for audit Prepare quarterly progress reports and submit to the board at its meetings or at suchother times as required an account of all the transactions and financial position of the Organisation Keep in Safe Custody, the Seal of the Organisation Perform other duties as required for the proper management ofthe association Qualifications and Experience Full Grade 12 Certificate Minimum of a Diploma in Business Administration or other related qualifications Between 30 to 40 Years of age Must be a Zambian national and be ready to reside in the area of operation Valid motor bike/Driver License as the job will entail extensive field work A minimum of 2 Years post qualification experience in a similar capacity Other Attributes Must be self-motivated, analytical, articulate and be able to engage stakeholders involved in the various values chains Must be fluent in English. Ability to speak the local language will be an added advantage. Applicants must be able to undertake extensive field work where the Primary Cooperatives are located. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel. Must be goal oriented and ready to work even on Saturdays as work demands. How to Apply Interested applicants who meet the requirements for the above positions should submit handwritten application letters, including CVs and certified copies of their Academic and Professional Qualifications with the position applied for written clearly on the envelop to any of the following addresses based on their choice of location: Mailing Details For Kawambwa District Cooperative Union, The Chairperson Kawambwa District Cooperative Union C/o Kawambwa District Agricultural Coordinator, PO Box 720002, Kawambwa Luapula Province For Chembe Malata Primary Cooperative, The Chairperson Chembe Malata Primary Cooperative C/o District Agricultural Coordinator PO Box 480009 Chinsali, Muchinga Province.
PATH seeks to recruit an experienced Surveillance Officer to work on the PAMO project in Zambia. The Surveillance Officer will work in close partnership with the National Malaria Elimination Centre, the Ministry of Health, provincial PAMO Coordinators and the surveillance and health information officers to implement an enhanced malaria surveillance platform in support of national and regionally focused malaria elimination efforts. Responsibilities • Monitor weekly and monthly data reporting to ensure timely and quality reported data by health facilities and sub facilities through routine analysis and supervision. • Understand and promote common surveillance system definitions for consistent uptake and use throughout those involved in system roll out. • Work with web-based server to keep client information updated. • Provide technical support to Mobile Client operators in areas related to data collecting, analysis, implementation, and hardware operation and trouble-shooting. • Work with the NMEC, local MOH representatives and PATH staff to ensure appropriate software and hardware required for malaria rapid reporting is in place at all levels • Conduct trainings and provide regular capacity building in areas related to Data collection and submission for mobile clients. • Work with PATH administrative staff to develop training budgets, manage workshop logistics and ensure activities comply with PATH accounting practices. • Providing updates to Ministry of Health and partners on system developments and progress. • Other duties as required. Required Skills • Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field (social science, statistics, economics, and health related field). A master’s degree will be an added advantage. • Two years minimum experience in surveillance and/or HMIS data management. • Proven track record of data entry, management and analysis. • Must have legal authorization to work in Zambia. • Excellent computer skills using MS Word, Excel, and Outlook—must have demonstrable ability to format documents, prepare charts and manage data; experience with MS Access preferred. • Excellent verbal and written communications skills to include conflict resolution, priority management and managing expectations of multiple clients. • Highly organized, flexible, and adaptable to changing priorities and ability to work well under deadlines. • Ability to work under minimum supervision. • Ability to work within a team. • Ability to communicate with District staff, Health facility staff and CHWs. • Excellent public speaking and presentation skills experience facilitating trainings highly desired. • Ability to travel domestically up to 50%. • Must have legal authorization to work in Zambia PATH is dedicated to building an inclusive workforce where diversity is valued. PATH is an equal opportunity employer. Every qualified applicant will be considered for employment. PATH does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or orientation, genetic information, age, national origin, marital status, disability status, political ideology, military or protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. How to Apply Submit your CV and Application on Company Website:

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