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Full Time Opportunities

Assistant Project Officer –School Program

Title: Assistant Project Officer –School Program | Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract | Location: Gweru, Matobo, Mangwe; Bulawayo X 5

Participates in designing Project, developing methodologies, work plans and budgets for the DREAMS Program for the assigned interventions; Implements Project activities at district level, scheduling activities and monitoring the Project to make sure planned targets are achieved on time; Ensures agreed quality standards for the management and outputs of DREAMS Project are met; Works with the SIE team to implement the M&E action plan, making sure that M & E data for the Project is collected and MER reports are produced, as required; Works closely with the Finance team to monitor Project expenses and to ensure accurate Project financial reporting; Implement Education activities according to strategy, proposals, budgets, and plans; Lead in organizing and facilitating training programs; Oversee training, coaching and on-going support of teachers, tutors and community cadres in order to improve instructional practices in literacy, numeracy and social and emotional skills; Set up of adolescent literacy and numeracy clubs; Establish functional community education platforms and education coordination structures in designated district; Mapping numbers & ages of children & organizing appropriate playgroups; Manage the distribution of age and gender appropriate play materials; Listening to students' concerns regarding social, academic, or personal circumstances; Providing students with support and guidance on how to deal with problems; Assisting students with scholarship, college, and job applications; Implementing programs to combat GBV including sexual abuse and child marriages, substance abuse amongst others relevant to the project location; Identify, build synergies and link learners to other opportunities including meeting deliverables on the district targets table; Referring and supporting learners to access the DREAMS Package of services including other support services and mental health professionals as needed; Mediating and improving relationships between students, parents, and teachers; Counseling individuals and groups as required; Conducting assessments to determine students' strengths, weaknesses, interests, and aptitudes; Working with students to develop and improve their skill set; Assisting students in the development and working towards career goals; Performs other Project activities as may be assigned from time to time.

Deadline: 01/10/2021


Protection and Accountability Officer

Title: Protection and Accountability Officer | Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract | Location: Harare

The Protection and Accountability Officer work under the guidance and supervision of the Human Resources Manager. Support the development/adaptation of a community-based Reporting Mechanism (CBRM). To ensure that a solid feedback mechanism system is in place to handle all forms of feedback, complaints and compliments from beneficiaries and other stakeholders; Works with Human Resources Team to assess the project’s adherence to ZHI’s safeguarding framework; Provides inputs into the learning agenda by assisting with the identification of case studies and most significant change stories for documentation; To ensure that vulnerable groups are included at regular community feedback meetings or set up separate meetings; To support the development/adaptation of tools including: client-exit survey and post activity monitoring tools; Capacity building tools and methodologies on safeguarding and accountability including safeguarding risk assessment and monitoring tools; Prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) systems; Sensitization sessions; To build capacity of and sensitize program staff, volunteers, beneficiaries and service providers on safeguarding and the CBRM; To conduct regular Safeguarding and Accountability Monitoring Visits (SAMV), produce technical reports and feedback to stakeholders; In collaboration with the Strategic Information and Evaluation (SIE) Team, develop the procedures for receiving, handling and responding to feedback and complaints; In coordination with the SIE, develop and disseminate written safeguarding and accountability materials for the program; To develop a system for prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) through mapping and testing of referral pathways for survivor-centered response and ensuring that Sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) complaints are acted upon timely in line with organizational and donor policy guidance; Follows up on accountability issues emanating from the field, in coordination with field staff, and devising action plans to resolve issues; Inputs into the Project quarterly and final reporting for the project ; Ensure timely compilation and submission of quality, and accurate reports as required.

Deadline: 01/10/2021


Senior Administrative Officer

Title: Senior Administrative Officer | Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract | Location: Harare

• Plan, organize and oversee the multi-functional provisions of procurement, logistical and administrative support to ZHI. • With the Director, develop new or improved procedures to maintain economy and efficiency of ZHI’s operations. • Drive continuous improvement in all aspects of the administrative and procurement functions. • Implement sourcing strategies to support corporate and field objectives, providing ZHI competitive advantage in the areas of materials, supplies, and services. • Responsible for the staff that oversee the upkeep, rehabilitation and maintenance of the entire ZHI facility, including the physical building structure, all mechanical, electrical, and related equipment in accordance with energy conservation and preventive maintenance programs. • Develop and ensure the implementation of programs that will provide efficient usage of the organization’s fleet and facilities. • In liaison with the Fleet and Logistics Officer; maintain programs that will provide efficient usage of the organization’s fleet. • In liaison with Fleet and Logistics Officer, maintain ZHI’s fleet administration standards and vehicle operating policies and procedures. • Develop fleet administration standards and vehicle operating policies and procedures. • Prepare and present periodic management reports on operating costs with regards to procurement, facilities maintenance, travels, fleet management and related office utilities. • Direct fleet-related risk management trainings, such as safety and accident prevention programs and act as a liaison for the office general security/emergency procedures in consultation with other similar international NGOs and other relevant security agencies. • Develop a system that will allow periodic assessment of the physical structures of ZHI and prepare assessment report for Management. • Assign and verify completion of all repairs, replacement, renovation projects of ZHI facilities and equipment and ensure quality of work. • Ensure the maintenance and tracking of inventory/stock of all Office equipment, expatriate household equipment, Furniture and Fittings, and coordination of field offices inventory records, request replacements or new supplies. • Act as a liaison for the office general security/emergency procedures in consultation with other similar international NGOs and other relevant security agencies. • Make periodic visits to field offices, and from time to time, to its partners or implementing agencies, to provide administrative and procurement support, advise and build the capacity of partners. • Supervision of Administration team (Administrative Assistants and Administrative Officer) • Perform other relevant duties as assigned.

Deadline: 01/10/2021


Technical Officer – Gender and Sexual Violence

Title: Technical Officer - Gender and Sexual Violence | Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract | Location: Harare

The Technical Officer - Gender and Sexual Violence is responsible for daily project management and implementation, and ensure compliance with project donor agreements and project proposals, particularly expected results, outputs and activities in accordance with work plan, targets and timeframes and notify the supervisor immediately as issues arise; Support the collection and analysis of sex- and age- disaggregated data (quantitative, qualitative and anecdotal) as well as streamlining the needs assessment, collection and analysis so that it can be more effective in meeting beneficiary needs; Take the lead in project planning, and oversee implementation and budget expenditures to ensure effective use of resources against planned activities and expected outputs; Ensure adequate project monitoring systems and evaluation procedures are in place applying appropriate tools in order to collect and update all progress indicators for the project; Compile and prepare quality monthly and periodic project progress reports, as well as the final report, and feed in other information as required by donors; Collect and promote good practices and lessons learned, contributing to a collection of replicable good practices for gender equality programming: Document the lessons learned from the different interventions and on developing best practices and knowledge management capacity; Build strategic alliances with other key actors internally and externally to advocate for addressing of Sexual and Gender based Violence; Ensure the participation of the different stakeholders, including staff, parents, students, and community leaders and members; Developing awareness raising and staff training programs to raise awareness on Gender and sexual violence; Participate in the development and production of communication materials (leaflets, posters, brochures) to raise awareness on gender equality, Sexual and GBV; Conducting training for school counselors, social workers, community leadership, community cadres supporting program implementation to build their capacity and activate their role in Gender equality , sexual and GBV case management; Act as the focal point for all Gender related issues; Perform such other duties as may be assigned.

Deadline: 01/10/2021


Regional Administrative Assistant

Title: Regional Administrative Assistant | Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract | Location: Magwe

Arranges travel logistics for field office staff, consultants and training participants including hotel reservations; Handles all photocopying assignments, development and reproduction of documents for the field offices; Handles all petty cash payments for ZHI projects and ensure compliance with policies and procedures; Keeps and issues fuel cards to drivers and reconciles fuel usage; Submits monthly fuel usage and motor vehicle reports for the provincial and district offices; Supports the Admin Officer in the implementation of procurement policy and systems for ZHI procurement at field office level, including storage and delivery; Supports the provincial offices in the maintenance of an efficient records inventory and storage of all office supplies; Receives and reviews all inventory and stock records for district offices under the region; Maintains asset registers for provincial & district offices and handles all asset counts for district offices; Records minutes of staff meetings and circulates same amongst the staff of the zone. Acts as a receptionist; answers the telephones in an appropriate, clear and friendly manner, takes and relays messages or forwards calls, greets and directs office visitors, receives/sends correspondence, keeps fax log and any correspondence; Perform office equipment tasks such as making needed arrangement for services for telephone and e-mail, obtaining quotations for required services, arranging for repairs of office equipment; Supports the process of ordering and stocking of office supplies such as stationery, drinking water, and other utilities to support office operations; Distributes mail and freight services, both domestic and international, and general site operations support; Performs any other duties as assigned.

Deadline: 01/10/2021


Technical Officer- Education

Title: Technical Officer- Education | Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract | Location: Harare

With the support and guidance of OVC Technical Lead, lead the implementation of ZHI’s DREAMS education interventions through provision of Education in development; Implement Education activities according to strategy, proposals, budgets, and plans; Lead in organizing and facilitating training programs Oversee training, coaching and on-going support of teachers, and Community School Facilitators in order to improve instructional practices in literacy, numeracy and social and emotional skills; Support implementation of education activities at district level, scheduling activities and monitoring the Project to make deliver activities timely; Ensures agreed quality standards for the management and outputs of DREAMS Project are met; Contribute towards education policy formulation, implementation, keeping abreast of latest government policy guidance, analyze, sensitizing staff and guide implementation; Development of literacy and numeracy learning curriculum with girl’s empowerment focus; Identify critical program gaps and vulnerabilities, and clarify roles, responsibilities and accountabilities to effectively address those gaps; Ensure quality in the programme by building capacity of the local staff and teachers through trainings in pedagogy, psychosocial support, life skills etc; Provide guidance to district-based team on common standards, innovative strategies and approaches that ensure a capacity to address ZHI’s Commitments for children in development, and reflect good practice in developmental education responses. Works with the SIE team to implement the M&E action plan, making sure that M & E data for the Project is collected and MER reports are produced, as required; Works closely with the Finance team to monitor Project expenses and to ensure accurate Project financial reporting; Contributes towards the development of Project IEC materials and messages, as appropriate; Manages partner relations by supporting the partners, responding to their enquiries/queries and ensuring that there is effective communication regarding Project activities; Arranges trainings for district staff or partners, community cadres and assists in various capacity strengthening activities; Performs other Project activities as may be assigned from time to time; Capacity Building: Support the development of training materials and staff training on the education interventions; Support the profiling, recruitment and training of Community School Facilitators (CSFs); Support development of training plans for teachers, CSFs and other community partners based on identified needs.

Deadline: 01/10/2021


District Economic Strengthening Officer

Title: District Economic Strengthening Officer | Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract | Location: Gweru, Mazowe, Bulawayo

Overall planning and implementation of the out of school combined socio-economic program at district level in collaboration with DPCs and ZHI sub-partners; Identify and nurture strategic partnerships to support program to meet its economic strengthening goals. Liaison with DREAMS Implementing Partners, Local Authorities, Zimbabwe Informal Traders Council (ZITC), Farmer Association, Government Extension Agencies and Private Companies amongst others Develop and maintain linkages with governments, organizations, and projects that support economic strengthening activities, Coordinate with private companies and value chain players in provision production contracts and extension; services for livestock and crop products in order to encourage farm and off farm enterprises; Use appropriate project management tools to plan, review, and track implementing partners’ progress on project implementation and use of project resources; Ensure high quality facilitation of training and systematic post-training supportive supervision and mentoring to AGYW and partner staff; Foster a culture of accountability and learning through regular monitoring to project sites, providing oversight of studies and assessments, and proper documentation of tools and promising practices to contribute to learning and building the evidence around household graduation, transition, and economic strengthening; Document project results and impacts in various forms, including media stories, lessons learned, case studies, client satisfaction, etc; Provide technical support to the District Program Officers and sub-partners in the implementation of the economic strengthening component as per program and donor benchmarks; Supports the Economic Strengthening Coordinator to implement Economic Strengthening program activities in designated districts; Supports OOS Club Supervisors (CS) and Facilitators (CF) identify, mobilize and recruit AGYW into clubs as well as identifying those that are eligible for the Economic Strengthening activities; Ensure program quality through use of program standard operating procedures and guides in clubs; Supporting the implementation of the Economic Strengthening activities ensuring that sessions meet program quality standards; Directly supports program monitoring through tracking weekly targets and mobilizing project data; Drafts project reports as required; Do any other duties as assign by supervisor.

Deadline: 01/10/2021


Senior Technical Officer- HIV Care and Treatment

Title: Senior Technical Officer- HIV Care and Treatment | Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract | Location: Harare

• Under the guidance of the Technical Director contribute to costed work plan development • Work closely with the provincial teams to develop, implement and monitor provincial and district annual work plans and budget. • Provides key technical support related to HIV prevention, care and treatment in support the MOHCC’s commitment to attain UNAIDS 95-95-95 targets by 2030. • Participate in development and review of MOHCC technical guidelines, training materials and M&E tools • Implement evidence/data driven strategies for related clinical and community HTS services support at the provincial and district levels. • Ensure adherence to ZHI’s internal program implementation and and financial policies including timely submission of programmatic and financial reports to the country office. • Contribute to strengthening a standardized monitoring and evaluation system in support of the continuum of care for integrated HIV services (prevention, care and treatment) with implementation of QA/QI strategies • Undertakes regular targeted frequent monitoring supportive visits to project sites as necessary • Provide technical assistance in quarterly evidence based review meetings • Coordinates all capacity building and external quality assurance activities for ZHI staff at district levels. • Reviews and consolidates periodic reports (programmatic and financial) submitted by all ZHI staff at provincial level • Contributes to development and dissemination of lessons learned from the project and other relevant projects that are related to community-based management of integrated HIV/AIDS services and apply these lessons to modify and improve the project. • Ensures that all ZHI assets and other resources are effectively managed • Perform other duties as assigned.

Deadline: 01/10/2021


Senior Technical Officer- HIV Prevention

Title: Senior Technical Officer - HIV Prevention | Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract | Location: Harare

• Under the guidance of the Technical Director contribute to costed work plan development • Work closely with the provincial teams to develop, implement and monitor provincial and district annual work plans and budget. • Provides technical support related to implementation and scale-up of high impact client-centered behavioral and biomedical (HTS, PMTCT, PrEP ) HIV prevention strategies at facility and community level. • Participate in development and review of MOHCC technical guidelines, training materials and M&E tools for HIV prevention activities within the project. • Implement evidence/data driven strategies for related clinical and community HTS services support at the provincial and district levels. • Ensure appropriate program monitoring and accurate financial and programmatic reporting to the Country Office. • Contribute to strengthening a standardized monitoring and evaluation system in support of the HIV prevention strategies with implementation of QA/QI strategies • Undertakes regular targeted frequent monitoring supportive visits to project sites as necessary • Provide technical assistance in quarterly evidence-based review meetings • Coordinates all capacity building and external quality assurance activities for ZHI staff at district levels. • Reviews and consolidates periodic reports (programmatic and financial) submitted by all ZHI staff at provincial level • Contributes to development and dissemination of lessons learned from the project and other relevant projects that are related to community-based HIV prevention services and apply these lessons to modify and improve the project. • Ensures that all ZHI assets and other resources are effectively managed • Perform other duties as assigned

Deadline: 01/10/2021


Provincial Program Managers – Manicaland and Midlands Provinces

Title: Provincial Program Manager | Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract | Location: Manicaland and Midlands

1. Coordinate and build relationships with Provincial Health Executive and Other stakeholders • Conduct provincial stakeholder analysis and develop stakeholder communication and advocacy plan • Cultivate, nurture and sustain relationships with MoHCC representatives and other key stakeholders at provincial and district level, to enable open communication as well as collaborative and sustainable program implementation. • Ensure that ZHI’s Care Treatment program is implemented in a way that maximizes synergies with other programs and partner organizations strengthening HIV Care and treatment, and other relevant services in the province • Attend provincial level (PHT and related) networking and review meetings • Coordinate review meetings with key stakeholders including the PHE to facilitate inter-district sharing of experiences, achievements, sharing of good practices and course corrections 2. Manage and coordinate the Provincial Team • Make and implement strategic decisions to support the Care and Treatment program implementation. • Under the guidance of the HR and Operations Team, manage program operations (finance, HR, procurement and administration) in line with ZHI policies and country laws. • Provide leadership and supervision to Care and Treatment program provincial team to ensure quality of program implementation • Develop and monitor annual and quarterly work-plan and budget for the Province, in line with program targets • Document key program achievements and challenges through production of routine program reports and information that feeds into programs and policy development. • Implement ZHI policies reliably and consistently. • Assess and manage ZHI staff capacity and performance 3. Program Implementation • Support all district teams to ensure program is implemented with a high degree of fidelity. • Guide and facilitate initiatives to strengthen capacity development and management of health care workers in the district. • Provide technical assistance and guidance for quality on-site support and supervision with MoHCC. • Oversee and support district communications activities • Provide leadership to district teams to implement program activities that will achieve district targets. • Lead teams to integrate Quality Assurance and Quality Improvement initiatives in HIV Care and Treatment services at site level. • Work closely with the provincial and district managers in developing provincial and district HIV program QI annual plans • Support the setting up of Quality Management Program structures at facility level e.g., QI Committee and QI teams; regular convening of QI Committee meetings at least monthly; development of annual Quality Management Plans; and development of work-plans for QI projects. • Carry out annual Organizational Assessments. • Support facility teams in sampling of clients; data abstraction, verification, validation, and entry into the performance measurement database once every 6months. • Provide technical support in the analysis of the data prior to submission of QI reports. Additionally providing technical support to facilities for developing and using process indicators to track progress of QI activities. • Provide technical support to facility teams as they prioritize, analyze causes of performance gaps, develop and pilot interventions through PDSAs, and evaluate their facility-level programs. • Participate fully during the various peer learning platforms like the Regional Group meetings and review meetings. • Support the documentation of key QI activities taking place at the facilities e.g. QI Committee meeting minutes, and QI Projects. • Monitor site level action plans and trouble shoot challenges in HIV Care and Treatment Program Implementation. • Support district teams to innovate within context and integrate ‘state of the art’ interventions to improve program performance. 4. Manage program resources for Provincial and District program • Manage provincial and district budgets- contribute to the budget formulation, review and expenditure analysis. • Timely review and approval of written requests for resources • Ensure expenditure at district level is carried out in line with organizational finance and operational policy manuals and guidelines • Manage all program resources in line with ZHI policy and procedures. 5. Guide and support analysis of program data (performance and process indicators) • Lead ZHI provincial and district teams in data analysis. Support team to do a gap analysis and use data to optimize program implementation. • Provide technical assistance with MoHCC to support improved data analysis, visualization, and use of data in program management. • Supervise district HIV Care and Treatment Officers and ensure that all program data is routinely and timely entered into the relevant databases to monitor program implementation progress. • Utilize routine programme data for program improvement and learning in the province

Deadline: 01/10/2021


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