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New Jobs at Netone Zimbabwe - Deadline 27 February 2017



MOBILE FINANCIAL SERVICES RELATIONSHIP OFFICER X 10 posts, Northern x5 and Southern x5

Norther comprises of Harare, Manicaland, Mash West, East and Central

Southern comprises of Bulawayo, Mat North and South, Midlands and Masvingo
Reporting to Regional Distribution Supervisor

Responsible for recruiting and driving activity within agent network. An individual is assigned to a portfolio covering a defined region within which they are responsible for the overall performance, sales, promotion and support of mobile financial services

Qualification and experience- minimum diploma/HND/degree in marketing/business studies/commercial/social sciences, 2 years’ experience in mobile money/agency banking
Must have a thorough understanding of customer relationship management, negotiating skills, presentation and interpersonal skills, solid experience in distribution/channel management essential, class 4 drivers licence

Applications accompanied with CV and certified copies of birth certificate/ID and educational qualification to careers@netone.co.zw

Deadline 27 February 2017

Careers at National Oil Infrastructure Company of Zimbabwe



National Oil Infrastructure Company of Zimbabwe Vacancies

• SALES MANAGER– a degree in business admin/ sales/ marketing or related field, 5 years’ experience in Oil and Gas Industry experience in retail management or sales an advantage, midstream and downstream experience preferred

• MARKETING MANAGER – a degree in business admin/ sales/ marketing or related field, 5 years marketing experience in FMCG industry

• HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER– a degree in human resources, IPMZ diploma, 5 year experience in Human Resources environment

Interested qualified candidates should submit their applications with comprehensive CVs, certifies copies of academic and professional qualifications to;

The Director Finance and Administration,
National Oil Infrastructure Company of Zimbabwe Pvt Ltd,
100 Leopold Takawira Street 4th floor
NOCZIM House,
PO Box CY223,
Causeway
Harare

Clearly mark the position being applied for on the envelope

Deadline 3 March 2017

Job Vacancies at Plan International Zimbabwe , Deadline: 3 March 2017




Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Coordinator

Location: Kwekwe
Job summary
Reporting to the National Child Protection Coordinator, the job holder will provide technical guidance, leadership and facilitation in the design, implementation, monitoring, research, and evaluation and documentation activities of the project focusing on addressing social norms that underpin violence against children in line with National Action Plan III. S/he provides specialist guidance and support on MER activities in line with the National Action Plan III and oversees all corporate research undertakings, planning, monitoring, evaluation and reporting of the project focusing on addressing social norms.

National Child Protection Coordinator

Job summary
The candidate will provide coordination and technical guidance in addressing social norms that underpin violence against children, with a special focus on the adolescent girls within the framework of National Action Plan III and CPFII objectives.
Knowledge, skills, and behaviours required in achieving role’s objectives
A degree in Social Sciences or related field with experience in adolescent sexual reproductive health rights programming; A minimum of 5 years community development exposure coordinating development programs at a supervisor level; Ability to work with teams, communicate and coordinate with government departments and other agencies at various levels; Experience in liaising with donors, government officials, other NGOs, and UN agencies; Experience in financial, budget and administrative management or related issues; Knowledge of strategic planning processes and theories of child-rights programming; Knowledge of development issues, trends, challenges and opportunities and implications to community development; Good knowledge of current child protection issues/activities and systems; Proven ability to develop project proposals and concepts

Child Rights and Protection Facilitator

Location: Epworth (Harare)
Job summary
Reporting to the National Child Protection Coordinator, the job holder will provide leadership and facilitation in the implementation and evaluation of the Challenging Social Norms to Address Violence against Children project. The role will also contribute towards ongoing research, learning and reflection on measuring the effectiveness of violence prevention interventions. S/he represents Plan International at district, provincial stakeholder forums on child protection, adolescent SRH and gender based violence.

Four (4) Child Rights and Protection Facilitators
Locations: Bulilima/Bulawayo/Shurugwi/Mwenezi Districts
Job summary
Reporting to the National Child Protection Coordinator, the incumbent will provide leadership and facilitation at district level in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the Challenging Social Norms to Address Violence against Children project in order to achieve set objectives and targets of the project in the district. The role will also contribute towards ongoing research, learning and reflection on measuring the effectiveness of violence prevention interventions.
Knowledge, skills, and behaviours required in achieving role’s objectives
A degree in Social Sciences or related discipline from a reputable institution; Minimum of 3 years’ relevant work experience at a similar level in gender, child rights and adolescent programming; Understanding social norms and their influence on behaviour, attitudes and practices; Demonstrated capacity in monitoring and evaluation; Proficient in computer skills and use of relevant software and other application; Proposal development, research and report writing skills

To apply
Interested candidates who meet the above requirements are required to submit their curriculum vitae & cover letter outlining their suitability for the position to: zwe.recruitment@plan-international.org – please make sure to put the title of the job you are applying for in the subject line of your email.
Plan International’s procedures reflect our commitment to the safety and protection of children in our programming. In this regard, reference & background checks on applicants will be performed including police clearances on child related offences in conformity with our Child Protection Policy. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

INTERNSHIPS AT FHI 360 ZIMBABWE - MARCH 2017



Database Intern: FHI 360

 Deadline: 3 March 2017

Location: Harare

FHI 360 is a non-profit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. We are seeking suitably qualified candidates for Database Intern for the USAID funded Zimbabwe HIV Care and Treatment (ZHCT) project.

Summary of position
S/he supports the Senior M&E Officer in the delivery of sound technical assistance in M&E and provision of wide-ranging technical input in data management processes; Support the data management, analysis and quality management-related initiative undertaken by M&E officers at the country office and field offices; Ensure all relevant project staff are able to utilize the project database to analyse program information and results Key duties
Ensure that provincial teams adhere to FHI 360 M&E Quality Management System e.g. data flow (processes and procedures for data flow, collecting forms), and use of the FHI 360 M&E databases; Assist with backup and recovery of all databases and their management; Take appropriate measures to ensure the security of the data; Assist in designing and developing database applications in response to FHI 360’s information needs, using MS Excel, Access, DHIS 2, VB and SQL

Requirements
Minimum of university degree in Social Sciences, Demography or relevant equivalent; A Health Information Systems (HIS) or ICT postgraduate qualification is an added advantage; Sound understanding/training in the use of databases; Basic practical knowledge of statistics, the use of statistical software and other relevant computer program

To apply
Send your CV to: ZimbabweHR@fhi360.org – stating the position and location for which you are applying in the subject line.

NB: Only applications sent by email with the job title and location(s) clearly indicated in the subject line will be considered. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. FHI 360 is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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