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Friday, December 19, 2014

Operations Interns: International Rescue Committee

Locations: Mutare and Harare
Responsibilities
Front Office Management; Warehousing or Stores Management; Travel and Property Management
Qualifications
Studying towards attaining a degree/HND in Business Administration, Purchasing and Supply Management / Transport and Logistics Management; International professional qualifications in logistics, Purchasing and Supply Management and transport, at both certificate and diploma levels, (such as CILT) would be an added advantage; Ability to work under pressure with minimum supervision; Good communication and analytical skills; Knowledge of Databases and Spread sheets, MS Packages an added advantage; A team player.
To apply
Interested and qualified candidates can send their applications and CVs to: Zimbabwe [at] rescue [dot] org stating the position they are applying for in the subject line

IT and Systems Analyst: COMPRE Health Services (CHS)

COMPRE Health Services (CHS), a Public Health Consultancy Firm based in Zimbabwe seeks to employ highly motivated people to fill positions that have arisen in the organisation. CHS is implementing a clinical mentoring project for prevention, treatment, care and support of HIV and AIDS in 49 districts of Zimbabwe. The purpose of the Clinical Mentoring project is to support the Ministry of Health and Child Care in its efforts to decentralize high quality HIV and AIDS services to districts in the whole country. With funding from PEPFAR through CDC Zimbabwe, Compre Health Services (CHS) is part of a consortium that is led by the International Training and Education Centre (ITECH) of the University of Washington to assist the MOHCC to roll out its mentoring strategy.
Key responsibilities
Collection of data from district plans to create tracking schedules for assessments; Data abstraction & collation from reports for visits done; Data verification; Mentor updates and notification on project activities; IT & systems support and project diary; Project Database creation, set-up and maintenance; Server set-up and management; Any other duties as assigned by the Project Manager
Qualifications
HND / diploma or degree in computer programming or Information systems; Competency in database set-up, management; Ability to work under pressure; Knowledge of Microsoft office, email set-up, website management, emerging IT & systems platform; Traceable references.
The project IT and Systems analyst will be reporting directly to the Project Manager.
To apply
Interested candidates must send their applications and CVs to: hrdecember [at] comprehealth [dot] com by close of business 23 December 2014
In the subject line of your email, please highlight the post being applied for. Only short listed candidates will be responded to. All applications should be sent to the Finance and Administration Manager. Expected start date is 5 January 2015. The application should include the following: Application letter, Motivation Letter and Curriculum Vitae.

Design Monitoring Evaluation & Learning Officer (DME & LO)

(Fixed term 1 year contract-full time- Zimbabwe)
The job 
The Design Monitoring Evaluation & Learning Officer (DMEL Officer) is responsible for the monitoring, evaluation and learning dimension of one or more projects and programmes and operates in accordance with Hivos policy and donor requirements; The DMEL officer works closely with the Business Development Manager in the identification and formulation phase of the project to ensure proper planning, results and indicator formulation in a SMART way. Translates the Theory of Change of the project into tangible indicators for monitoring en evaluation; analyses, validates and aggregates output, outcome and learning in all phases of the primary processes, in close collaboration with the Business Development Manager and later on with Project/Programme Manager and the different specialist support positions. The DMEL Officer proves the (potential) sustainability of a social innovation solution and makes accountability feasible. Integrates DMEL methodology in programmes and projects implemented by Hivos and/or third parties; facilitates baseline studies, aggregates activity and financial plans and reports; assesses the effectiveness of the (final) performance. Validates experiments and solutions; assesses their viability and scalability; designs and manages sustainability and/or outsourcing strategy and plan and negotiates with external stakeholders. Keeps track with colleagues of DMEL requirements of donors; develops innovative (participatory) assessment and validation methods & techniques and enables validation capabilities and practices in Hivos. Contributes to design and implementation of SMART project plans, provides materials for assessing output and pro-actively consults project manager and other team members. Advises and coaches in order to enhance validation on both the organisation and the individual professional levels.
The person
You are passionate and knowledgeable about Monitoring & Evaluation. You are a good researcher and documenter of events, stories and lesson learnt. You have an ability to transform ideas into tangible solutions; and have experience in co-creation and managing multi-stakeholder projects. You are self disciplined and do not shy away from administrative tasks as part of your responsibilities.
Qualifications
Relevant Degree in Monitoring & Evaluation or related field; Relevant work experience: 4-7 years; Accomplished research and validation studies; Recognised expert in the field of PME or in a specific thematic area; Strong track record in either quantitative or qualitative M&E methodologies; Work experience in an international environment; Access to international network; Excellent organisational, writing, analytical and administrative skills; Self motivation and enthusiasm and ability to work under own initiative
Hivos offers a challenging position in an international environment. The regional office is based in Harare, Zimbabwe. Hivos welcomes applications from citizens from South Africa, Malawi, Zimbabwe and Zambia but only with a valid work permit for Malawi and can only offer employment on local terms and conditions. For more information on Hivos visit www.hivos.org
To apply
If you meet the above mentioned qualifications (please look carefully), send a letter explaining your motivation and your CV to Hivos email: rosaf [at] hivos [dot] org or deliver to: 20 Phillips Avenue, Belgravia, Harare, Zimbabwe  by close of business 2 January 2015
Please note that only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Operations Officer: International Rescue Committee

Location: Mutare
Responsibilities
Warehousing or Stores Management; Procurement Management; Administration, Travel and Property Management; Transport Management
Qualifications and experience
First degree / HND in Business Administration, Purchasing and Supply Management / Transport and Logistics Management; International professional qualifications in logistics, Purchasing and Supply Management and transport, at both certificate and diploma levels, (such as CILT) would be an added advantage; At least two years hands on experience; NGO experience an added advantage; Ability to work under pressure with minimum supervision; Good communication and analytical skills; Knowledge of Databases and Spread sheets, MS Packages; A team player.
To apply
Interested and qualified candidates can send their applications and CVs to: Zimbabwe [at] rescue [dot] org stating the position they are applying for in the subject line

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