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Job Description About NIRAS: The NIRAS Group is an international multidisciplinary consultancy firm creating sustainable development solutions across the globe. We have about 2,700 employees worldwide and implement projects in over 100 countries. NIRAS works with everything from construction, energy, utilities, environment and infrastructure to development consulting, the process industry, architecture, GIS, geodata and automation, as well as urban planning. NIRAS Zambia Limited is a part of the Group. NIRAS supports sustainable development in Zambia in the fields of agriculture, climate change and energy, green growth, forestry, land, water, gender, governance, evaluation, technical vocational education and training as well as private sector development. NIRAS Zambia Ltd has been contracted by GIZ to implement some components of its AWARE programme in Mazabuka/Monze and Mumbwa districts of Zambia. NIRAS Zambia Ltd would now lke to use part of the funding to employ additional staff at its project offices in Mazabuka and Mumbwa. Required qualifications: Full grade 12 certificate Valid clean driving license class B Minimum of two years of driving experience Basic knowledge of car mechanics Be very familiar with the rural parts of Mazabuka/Monze or Mumbwa districts Good command of English Be able to communicate in Tonga (Mazabuka/Monze) or Ila and Kaonde (Mumbwa) The positions are to be filled as soon as possible and will terminate on 31 August 2022. For all positions female and male applicants are equally eligible. The applications for all positions listed above are to be sent to the project’s team leader, Mr. Georg Käsler by E-mail. Clearly stating the subject line the position and name like ‘Administrator/Account- Cecilia Bwalya’. NIRAS is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer committed to workplace diversity. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all qualified applicants and employees without regard to age, race, colour, national origin, ancestry, creed, religion, gender, disability and political affiliation in any employment decisions.
Job Description About NIRAS: The NIRAS Group is an international multidisciplinary consultancy firm creating sustainable development solutions across the globe. We have about 2,700 employees worldwide and implement projects in over 100 countries. NIRAS works with everything from construction, energy, utilities, environment and infrastructure to development consulting, the process industry, architecture, GIS, geodata and automation, as well as urban planning. NIRAS Zambia Limited is a part of the Group. NIRAS supports sustainable development in Zambia in the fields of agriculture, climate change and energy, green growth, forestry, land, water, gender, governance, evaluation, technical vocational education and training as well as private sector development. NIRAS Zambia Ltd has been contracted by GIZ to implement some components of its AWARE programme in Mazabuka/Monze and Mumbwa districts of Zambia. NIRAS Zambia Ltd would now lke to use part of the funding to employ additional staff at its project offices in Mazabuka and Mumbwa. Required Qualifications: Full grade 12 certificate Good typing skills (at least 45 WPM) with good accuracy Be familiar with a computer office package (e.g. MS-Office) Minimum of two years working experience Fluent in English Good communication skills Have basic managerial and supervisory skills The applications for all positions listed above are to be sent to the project’s team leader, Mr. Georg Käsler by E-mail. Clearly stating the subject line the position and name like ‘Administrator/Account- Cecilia Bwalya’. NIRAS is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer committed to workplace diversity. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all qualified applicants and employees without regard to age, race, colour, national origin, ancestry, creed, religion, gender, disability and political affiliation in any employment decisions.
The Finance Assistant delivers quality financial services to internal and external clients mastering all relevant rules, guidelines, processes and procedures. She/he takes a client-oriented results-focused approach to interpreting the rules, procedures and guidelines, providing support and guidance to the Project team and UNDP – supported projects. Duration -12 Months Task description Under the direct guidance and supervision of the Grants Accountant the Finance Assistant will undertake the following tasks: Assist in monitoring of programme financial performance for all core and non-core resources by Providing necessary financial information and analysis, including implementation rate against indicators/results. Assist interpret financial policies and procedures and provide guidance and training to staff and project managers Assist in the management of the Budget requests, controlling allotments, monitoring expenditures, and preparing revisions according to the needs of the Project Manager Assist in maintaining an effective financial recording and reporting system, in internal control and audit follow-up, and in processing financial transactions in an accurate and timely way Registration of incoming invoices in the finance system, including requests for travel advances Ensure that program advances and payments to vendors are paid on time Maintain files of all invoices and travel advance requisitions that have been entered in the integrated reporting system Assist in the registration of travel expense reports; and Any other duties assigned by the supervisor. Required: Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in accounting, ACCA II, CIMA II or equivalent. Valid membership with ZICA. Minimum of one year of experience working for an international NGO. Knowledge of United Nations rules and regulations is essential. Ability to work with a diversity of stakeholders. Demonstrated strong finance and organizational skills. Excellent oral and written communications skills. Strong interpersonal skills. An eye for details. Ability to work under time pressure. Proficiency with integrated reporting system will be an added advantage. Proficient in working with MS Office is essential. Must have legal authorization to work in Zambia. Conditions of Service: The contract lasts for the period indicated above with possibility of extensions subject to availability of funding, operational necessity and satisfactory performance. However, there is no expectation of renewal of the assignment. How to Apply All interested candidates who meet the above requirements must submit their applications letters and CVs to the Manager:
Caritas Czech Republic An international NGO active in humanitarian aid and development cooperation is implementing a project with the title ‘Promoting the Production and Consumption of Nutritious Foods through an Integrated Multi-Sectoral Approach in Mongu, Kaoma and Mumbwa The Project Officer is responsible for securing implementation of project with focus on nutrition and smallholder farmer support under the CCR Mumbwa Field Office implemented in Kaoma, Mongu and Mumbwa Districts and overall management of the office and its employees. Responsibilities: Responsible for overall management and coordination of the Project activities and quality of implementation in Mumbwa District Works closely with Project Coordinator and Project Team in Mumbwa districts on annual planning and reporting and overall management and coordination of the program Prepares inputs for monthly expenditure and work plans, monthly reports and other relevant documents to the CCR mission & donors (including the needs for subordinates, logistics are met in advance) and submits them to Project Coordinator Implementing project activities according to the project document focusing on quality delivery and project impacts and results (in line with organizational and donor guidelines, manuals and official legal procedures of partners). Ensure linkages and coordination with key stakeholders throughout project on district level including Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Agriculture and other relevant ministries and institutions Provide guidance in decision making concerning daily planning and realisation of activities in accordance with approved project schedules and budgets Cooperate with field staff on activity planning and their implementation Maintain necessary project administration Contributing to the mission strategic planning together with the mission management Requirements: Strong motivation and commitment to the work Minimum of Bachelor university degree in a social/development studies, Degree in Agriculture, Nutrition, or Agribusiness with experience in Agriculture and/ or Nutrition programming, or other relevant field; advanced degree is an asset Proven track of experience in project management and project leadership at least 3 years Demonstrated experience in working effectively with CSOs and community-level actors, stakeholders and beneficiaries. Excellent English language skills Working experience in the non-profit or in an international organization an asset Excellent communication skills, flexibility, time-management, ability to work under stress and in difficult conditions Basic knowledge of financial management Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) Willingness to work in accordance with the Caritas Code of Ethics Starting date: June 2019 Duty station: Mumbwa District, Western Province, Zambia Position: national How to Apply To apply for this position, please submit your full application consisting of CV (max 3 pages) and motivation letter (1 page) to the email to the following email address: Incomplete applications will not be considered. Please use the following subject in your email/post: Agriculture Officer – Mongu. For the title of cover letter and curriculum vitae, follow this wording: Surname, Name, Agriculture Officer – Mongu– curriculum vitae Surname, Name, Agriculture Officer – Mongu– cover letter
Caritas Czech Republic An international NGO active in humanitarian aid and development cooperation is implementing a project with the title ‘Promoting the Production and Consumption of Nutritious Foods through an Integrated Multi-Sectoral Approach in Mongu, Kaoma and Mumbwa Responsibilities: Support and assist the Head of Programmes Responsible for designing and implementing Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) activities Ensure that all projects have M&E plan Develop and strengthen monitoring, inspection and evaluation procedures Monitor project activities, expenditures and progress towards achieving the project outputs Participate in developing and monitoring impact indicators for the project success Monitor and evaluate overall progress and achievement of results Monitor the sustainability of the projects´ results Provide quality data for monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports Assist project personnel with M&E tools and support them in their use; Systematically collect, process and analyse project data and maintain project database; Prepare findings and lessons learnt from project implementation; Requirements: Minimum of a University degree in social sciences: Economics/Business Administration, Social Work, Statistics, Demography/Population studies, project management or related field At least 3 years of practical experience in design and implementation of M&E in development projects implemented by international and national NGOs/UN bodies; Experience in designing tools and strategies for data collection, analysis and production of reports; Expertise in analysing data using statistical software Strong training and facilitation skills Experience with agriculture and economic empowerment projects, health projects, and refugees is an advantage; Fluent in English – excellent written and spoken skills Computer skills – MS office (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook), MIS software and internet Excellent communication skills Integrity and willingness to work and produce results in a dynamic environment Good time management, commitment, team worker, innovative, reliable and hardworking, able to work under pressure Affiliation with the Zambia Monitoring and Evaluation Association (ZAMEA) and related association is an added advantage Starting date: June 2019 Duty station: Mongu, Western Province, Zambia Position: national How to Apply To apply for this position, please submit your full application consisting of CV (max 3 pages) and motivation letter (1 page) to the email to the following email address: Incomplete applications will not be considered. Please use the following subject in your email/post: Agriculture Officer – Mongu. For the title of cover letter and curriculum vitae, follow this wording: Surname, Name, Agriculture Officer – Mongu– curriculum vitae Surname, Name, Agriculture Officer – Mongu– cover letter
Description: Job Purpose: This position will manage and lead a team of people in allocating workload and managing the day to day operations in the Livestock dept. It requires the job holder to co-ordinate resources and liaise with internal and external key contacts to ensure work is delivered on time and to a quality standard. Key Accountabilities: To maximize stock health and performance in balance with ensuring optimal pasture management on a daily, weekly and annual basis To ensure target weights are achieved in timely manner and that stock are presented in an optimal state to their given market Special attention is given to seasonal stocking ratios to ensure a focus on key classes of stock Feed lot maintenance and fencing and maintenance of water systems in the paddocks and feed lot Timely organization and implementation of the main stock priorities, including but not limited to shearing, docking, dagging, weaning, scanning, trucking and TB testing in conjuction with farm policies Contributing to the settling of farm policies, including programme, projected livestock increases versus livestock performance and understanding the annual budget requirements conjunction with management. Recording keeping including stock performance and live weights, animal diagnosis, stocking tallies (monthly stock reconciliation) , pest monitoring, hours kept by junior and casual staff Attendance at any off-farm filed days, discussion groups or further education as required for either personal or professional development as agreed on by management. Key Competencies Communication skills Able to use own initiative Flexibility Confidence in talking to visitors Ability to keep calm under pressure Recognition of the importance of health and safety for all visitors, children, animals and staff. IT skills Qualifications and Experience Must have a Relevant Animal Management qualification Working with and leading a team Minimum 2 - 3 year experience in the same capacity or similar If you meet the minimum hiring requirements for the above position, please email your CV and Cover letter clearly stating your salary expectations to the email below: Note that, all communications will be kept in the strictest of confidence. If you do not receive communication within 14 days of the closing date of the advert, please consider your application unsuccessful.
Row cropping – maize, wheat and soya Main purpose of the job: To conduct all activities related to the agricultural production as instructed by the farm manager in the most cost efficient manner and with high quality output. To irrigate the fields correctly and efficiently as per the Farm Manager’s schedule and in line with agreed budget. Key Performance Areas: Roll Call and labour organisation Preparation for the next day’s work Clerical and admin work Field Supervision Communication IR Responsibilities Induction Safety Authority Structure – Decision Making Levels A = acts on own initiative entirely b = acts on own, but informs superior after taking action. c = consults superior and then acts on own initiative. d = acts on own initiative after being instructed BY SUPERIOR. The subject reference for receiving applications should read: CROPPING SUPERVISOR. Closing date for receiving applications is. Interested candidates should email their CV: ONLY Only SHORTLISTED candidates will be contacted.
Purpose of the Position To facilitate community engagement, community changes, build and maintain local partnerships, build community and partner organization capacity, and strengthen community-led initiatives/innovations to improve and sustain well-being of children and families. To implement, monitor and report technical program interventions at Area Program level for improved child well-being. Major Responsibilities Program Development and Implementation Facilitate the planning and implementation of Agriculture and Natural Resources Management (ANRM) within the SEED technical programme activities using recommended models, techniques, standards and tools to achieve output targets within scope, time, and budget Communicate World Vision’s identity, mission, vision, values, policies and our approaches to facilitate development processes to realize well-being of the children in the communities Facilitate the interpretation and distribution of context appropriate ANRM technical Information, Education and Communication (IEC) materials for effective implementation. Work with other technical program staff at Area Programme to implement technical programs activities for improved integrated implementation for impact and scale Raise awareness and facilitate critical analysis of community issues and opportunities in the ANRM area for improved access to Productivity enhancement technologies and profitability at AP level Work closely with the community and district partners such as the church to mobilize community for local partnership and ownership, participation in implementation of ANRM activities to achieve sustainability of technical programme interventions Participate in the district development plans of line ministries to ensure WVZL technical programmes are mainstreamed and aligned Local Partnering and Networking: Collaborate with Climate Smart Agriculture actors, local level stakeholders involved in the identified value chains in the SEED technical program for effective programme implementation and sustainability. Represent WVZL in various key meetings at district level including Technical Working Group (TWG) for alignment of national and local priorities. Facilitate and support local level Agriculture and Natural Resources Management related advocacy for better service provision/delivery Capacity Building: Facilitate building capacity of CDW’s and Volunteers on the ANRM technical issues for effective roll out and activity implementation Facilitate training for community partners and other relevant stakeholders to ensure improved productivity technologies are access and enterprise risk management services related activities are effectively implemented Programme Effectiveness and Quality Assurance: In collaboration with DME specialist, build capacity for CDW’s and volunteers in data collection, interpretation and utilisation Collect monitoring data with community workers and volunteers in a collaborative and systematic way Facilitate joint technical monitoring and reporting of the project for effective implementation and quality control. Write and timely submit monthly, quarterly and annual reports for improved technical programme decision making. Participate in the review of technical program interventions for improved quality of programming Work with technical program DME to input data databases and develop information management systems. Participate in documenting and sharing programme lessons and promising practices with partners and stakeholders. Qualifications, Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience Diploma in Agricultural Sciences, Natural Resources Management, Agro Forestry with minimum 5 years’ experience in relevant field Degree in Agricultural Sciences, Natural Resources Management, Agro Forestry or its equivalent is an added advantage with minimum 2 years’ experience in the relevant field Experience in Program Management in a complex, international organisation preferably NGO context Knowledge and understanding of World Vision operations would be an added advantage, Experience in project design, implementation, monitoring and report writing is essential Must have excellent project management, community engagement, mobilisation, facilitating and donor engagement skills Must have Strong technical skills with practical experience in climate smart agriculture, enterprise risk management – shocks, vulnerability and capacity assessments Communications, interpersonal, analytical, conflict management, negotiation, and networking skills are highly desired Ability to work in a cross-cultural environment, and must be a mature Christian. Computer literate in Word, Excel, PowerPoint Capacity to function well in a team and contribute effectively to team efforts. Working Environment / Conditions: Work environment: Office-based 20% : field 80% Travel: international as required. How to Apply Submit your CV and application on company website:
Amatheon Agri Zambia Ltd is part of Amatheon Agri Holding N., a German agribusiness and farming company, developing and operating sustainable projects in sub-Saharan Africa. The Group’s headquarters is in Berlin with management structures throughout Europe and business operations in Sub-Saharan Africa. Amatheon is committed to act in a manner that is socially responsible and reflects sound: Job Summary: Reporting to the Operations Manager, the position will be responsible to plan and carry out day to day operational aspects of the stock and analysis to ensure management, with productivity and profitability of the property, without compromising farm conditions, stock welfare or human resource. Key Accountabilities: Maximize stock health and performance in balance with ensuring optimal pasture management on a daily, weekly and annual basis Ensure target weights are achieved in timely manner and that stock are presented in an optimal state to their given market Ensure special attention is given to seasonal stocking ratios to ensure a focus on key classes of stock Ensure feed lot maintenance and fencing and maintenance of water systems in the paddocks and feed lot Ensure timely organization and implementation of the main stock priorities, including but not limited to shearing, docking, dagging, weaning, scanning, trucking and TB testing in conjunction with farm policies Contribute to the settling of farm policies, including programme, projected livestock increases versus livestock performance and understanding the annual budget requirements conjunction with management. Ensure record keeping including stock performance and live weights, animal diagnosis, stocking tallies (monthly stock reconciliation) , pest monitoring, hours kept by junior and casual staff Ensure attendance at any off-farm filed days, discussion groups or further education as required for either personal or professional development as agreed on by management. Qualifications: Degree/Diploma in animal science or any related filed Computer Literacy (Sage, MS Office packages i.e. Word, Excel and Powerpoint) 5 years practical experience Communicates and interpersonal skills Strong Analytical and Quantitative skills Strong work ethic Team player High level of personal integrity How to Apply If you feel that you qualify for the above position, please send your application letter and CV/Resume only by e-mail to: Please include your salary history and expectations. We appreciate all your interest, but will only be able to respond to shortlisted applicants with further instructions.
Wildlife Criminal Justice Program – Legal Assistant Location: Mumbwa (1) and Sesheke (1) but with travel throughout respective areas Language Required: English Duration of Contract: 2 years (thereafter to be reviewed annually) Reporting: WCP Justice Programs Manager Working hours: Monday – Friday- excluding public holidays Background Wildlife Crime Prevention (WCP) is a Zambian based not for profit organisation that works nationally across Zambia, providing support to the Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW)’s Investigation and Intelligence Units. The main goal of WCP is to coordinate closely with key DNPW personnel and NGOs working within National Parks in Zambia to secure areas of elephant strongholds and key transit routes of illegal wildlife trade. Purpose We are looking for new legal assistants to join the WCP’s Wildlife Criminal Justice (WCJ) team in partnership with Panthera. The WCJ team has been following and supporting the prosecutions of wildlife crime prosecutions in Zambia for over 2 years andwish toexpandour team to include legal assistants based in Mumbwa, Central Province and Sesheke, Western Province. This expansion is implemented in partnership Panthera Zambia and the US Government. These exciting new roles will involve working with both DNPW and the National Prosecution Authority (NPA) as well as others stake holders to better understand the current application of wildlife legislation in Zambia and improve justice in the wildlife sector in Zambia. Scope of Work The position includes, but not limited to, the following responsibilities: 1) Courtroom Assistance The legal assistant will be responsible for accessing and collating information and reports from their respective operational areas on wildlife-crime cases. The legal assistant will build relationships within DNPW, NPA and the Judiciary. The legal assistant will be responsible for analysing data and reporting on trends in wildlife crime court cases in order to inform suggested recommendations. The legal assistant will be responsible for monitoring high profile wildlife crime cases being conducted throughout the region, attending court, liaising with DNPW officers and NPA. 2) Training and Workshops The legal assistant will be responsible for organizing and leading training and workshops for partners and relevant personnel where necessary. 3) Reporting The legal assistant will be responsible for regular activity reporting to the WCJ Justice Program Manager as well as Panthera. 4) Financial Management The legal assistant will be responsible for their own financial management and will be required to submit a monthly expenses account. Required Skills/ Experience Bachelor of Laws degree from a well-recognised Zambian Institution; Some experience in litigation or prosecutions preferred; Excellent computer skills, specifically in Microsoft office suite, expert proficiency or certification in Microsoft Excel preferred; Relevant experience in data collection and wildlife conservation issues preferred; Excellent written and oral communication skills, analytical research and descriptive reporting experience; Excellent attention to detail and ability to identify trends and patterns of information; Fluency in English required, additional language skills preferred; Exceptional organizational skills, ability to facilitate communication between different locations and ability work independently to meet deadlines. TERMS AND BENEFITS A competitive salary will be offered, Project-related expenses incurred will be reimbursed e.g. communications and transport. How to Apply Please send by email a CV and cover letter by Close of Business 31st October 2018 to: Malunga Pangani – Justice Programs Manager. Please title youremail: “Wildlife Criminal Justice Legal Assistant– Application – YOUR NAME” References are required, and full background checks will be carried out. Please do NOT send additional paperwork. Only successful candidates will be contacted by 16th November 2018
Zambian Nationals ONLY Job Purpose: To correctly manage the Workshop to ensure maximum availability of vehicles and mechanical equipment at minimum cost. Key Performance Areas and Responsibilities Assisting with the Organising, co-ordinating and controlling of the activities of the Workshop according to Company´s daily and seasonal operational requirement as greed with Workshop & Technical Manager. Assisting to Organise, co-ordinate and control effective deployment of the Workshop Staff to reduce downtime of machinery. Implement and maintain a Workshop Staff Duty Register for Saturdays/weekends and planting /harvesting seasons. Initiate all job cards and instructions of the W&T manager on a daily basis. Supervise and instruct on the correct usage, care and efficiency of all tools, welding equipment, compressors, etc. in the Workshop. Ensure that the Workshop is maintained in a clean, orderly and safe manner, SHEQ standards are adhered to. Supervise the maintenance of all tractors, vehicles and implements to a standard that is of a high calibre, roadworthy condition and ready for use at any given time. Implement and conduct mechanical maintenance programme for all vehicles and mechanical equipment according to manufacturer’s manual. Minimise the turnaround of all implements, machinery and tractors at the lowest possible cost. Ensure that vehicles and mechanical equipment is correctly serviced/repaired/overhauled prior to despatch to Farms. Assist with the maintenance of vehicle history records, to be kept hard and soft in a reporting scheme. Forecast and plan with the W & T all major overhauls to be carried out as and when necessary with external service providers. Supervise the sub-contracting of specific work beyond the capabilities of the workshop, cost efficient and relative to time and equipment as agreed to by the W & T Manager. Supervision of the refurbishment of all vehicles, trucks, tractors, machines, trailers, and implements including spray painting according to agreed budget and plan. Notify Stores Department timorously on requirements of spare parts and materials required to achieve job purpose. Advise Stores Department on stock levels for spare parts, cleaning materials. Assist the W & T Manager and implement standards and targets set for all Workshop activities, in the Workshop and in Field. Advise W & T Manager of the abuse of Company vehicles. Ensure that Workshop Staff & Drivers adhere to Standard Safety Procedures, Standard Operation Procedures and the Company Code of Conduct. Assist with the supervision and control of the wood Shaving business and provide maintenance of irrigation equipment. Qualifications Engineering qualification - Diesel/mechanical 5 years agricultural equipment experience. Experience in hydraulics and pneumatics. Mechanical experience in heavy machinery. Thorough understanding of farming operations. How to apply The subject reference for receiving applications should read Workshop Assistant Foreman.
Recruitment Matters Africa is looking for a Wood Processing Supervisor for one of their clients. Duties Include: Supervision of sharpening and adjustment of teeth of woodworking saws. Ensuring the chainsaw blades are sharp and machines are running optimally. May relieve designated workers engaged in preparing or cutting logs into timber and be designated Sawmill-Relief Worker. Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in shaping logs or wood to form rough timber, wood shaving and other products. Instructs workers on machine setup to meet production requirements. Inspects material during and after processing to determine that dimensions and grade meet specifications. Directs workers to adjust machine setup or processing procedure to correct defects. May inspect, grade, scale, and tally incoming timber. May compute wood requirements needed to meet production demands. May supervise and coordinate activities of workers engaged in removing bark from logs prior to processing. Key Skills: Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work as part of a team, to communicate with all levels of the organization and to adapt quickly to change. Strong analytical, organizational and problem solving skills. Knowledge of MS Office, and solid computer skills. A self-motivated individual who will work towards safety & reliability excellence. Good working knowledge of sawmill equipment, chainsaws and other harvesting felling equipment. Required skills: 3 years of experience Technical diploma, or related industry experience Job ID: #7516 For more information and to apply for this position visit the link below.
Recruitment Zambia Matters is looking for a Farm Manager for one their clients. Details Agriculture Industry (Cropping) Salary: US$ Negotiable Location: Mumbwa, Zambia To apply for this position please send a CV to email below along with current package details and notice period.
Agora Microfinance Zambia Ltd (AMZ) is a licensed microfinance lending company that currently operates in the Western, Lusaka and Central provinces of the country. The mission of AMZ is to ‘Contribute to the economic well-being of the poor through effective provision of appropriate financial services.’ Location: Mumbwa/Kabwe Reports to: Branch Manager Job Overview To market and sale AMZ financial products and services to population of Zambia. Responsibilities Design and implement effective marketing strategies to sell financial products and services To market and sale financial products and services in the local communities. Be able to educate and train customers on how to effectively use the products and answer to queries Be able to reach agreed upon client recruitment targets with supervisor on a weekly basis Be able to give adequate feedback to Management on customer complaints and experience using the products and services Respond to clients’ questions and complaints Facilitate customers support to receive their benefits and refunds Ensure company policies and procedures are adhered to when conducting the sale of insurance services Maintain record of customers base Prepare weekly/monthly/annual reports of sales activities. Any additional work related task given by the Line Manager. Minimum Qualifications: Certificate in Marketing and Sales How to Apply All applications should be sent through e-mail to: AMZ Mumbwa, and Kabwe branch offices, And addressed to the Human Resources Manager,
• Are you up for a challenge and looking to join a fast-growing start-up as a Sales & Service Representative? • We are looking for a highly motivated, hard-working and enthusiastic individual who is able to join our team in Mumbwa. Key Characteristics • 3+ years commercial/ sales/ marketing experience • Strong sales track record. • Good understanding of Accounting. • Grade 12 certificate (with good Mathematics and English results). • Motorbike license (Class A). • Professional & Proactive attitude. • Comfortable in an independent role. • Highly organized. • Good knowledge of the area • Mumbwa resident. Do you match the above-mentioned requirements? Please send your full application including: • “If you started a company tomorrow, what would it be?” (min.300words) • CV • 2 References (previous employers) • Copy of any academic certificates How to Apply Send your applications to the email below: (Please indicate the role you are applying for in the subject) VITALITE HR Department, Head Office, 15 Lubwa Road, opposite International Labour Organization (ILO), Rhodes Park, Lusaka.

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