National Consultant: Mid-Term Review (MTR) of the Zambia-UN Sustainable Development Partnership Framework (2016-2021)


On 19 November 2015, the UN and the Government of the Republic of Zambia (GRZ) jointly signed the Zambia-United Nations Sustainable Development Partnership Framework 2016-2021 (“the Partnership Framework”). The Country Analysis (CA) for Zambia, jointly produced by the GRZ and the United Nations Country Team (UNCT), provided the analytical base for the Partnership Framework, which replaced the previous UN Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) when it expired at the end of 2015 and sought to incorporate the concepts of the new Sustainable Development Agenda 2030 and the SDGs. Among other things, the CA sought to ensure alignment of UN efforts with national development priorities and internationally agreed goals, in particular the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The Partnership Framework, therefore, formalizes the UN collaboration with the Government and governs the work of the UN towards sustainable development from 2016 to 2021. It fully reflects the high ambition of the Sustainable Development Agenda 2030, and is premised on an integrated multi-sectoral and partnership approach to development covering stakeholders such as the public sector and the private sector, the UN, the international financial institutions, bilateral partners, civil society, academia and communities.

The Partnership frameworks aims to achieve eight outcomes, under three broad pillars namely: Inclusive Social Development; Environmentally Sustainable and Inclusive Economic Development and Governance and Participation. These are aligned to Zambia’s Vision 2030.

Under the framework, UN agencies operating in Zambia are expected to bring their collective technical expertise and other resources together to provide support within successive strategic Joint Annual Work Plans. With an estimated budget of USD 800 million, the Partnership Framework is being implemented through multi-sectoral Result Groups , each chaired by a UN Head of Agency.

While the Partnership Framework represents an agreed partnership between GRZ and the UN in Zambia, GRZ, as part of its national development planning process and ensuring progress towards the Vision 2030, has formulated the 7th National Development Plan (7NDP), which was launched in June 2017. Developed under the theme, “Accelerating Progress Towards the Vision 2030 without leaving anyone Behind”, the 7NDP represents a shift from a sectoral and silo-approach to an integrated and multi-sectoral approach, in line with the demands of the SDGs agenda. GRZ has mainstreamed the SDGs in the 7NDP. The UN provided technical and financial support to develop the 7NDP and in ensuring that it is aligned to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and other global commitments. The 7NDP represents a key development policy document to guide Zambia’s resource mobilization efforts as well as spending between 2017 and 2021.

To support the implementation of the 7NDP, new coordination arrangements have been established by GRZ. These include the National Development Coordinating Committee (NDCC), Cluster Advisory Groups (CAGs), Technical Working Groups (TWGs), Provincial Development Coordinating Committees (PDCCs), and District Development Coordinating Committees (DDCCs), as well as Ward level development committees.

Given the complexity of the development agenda as outlined in the 7NDP and the SDGs, and the multiplicity of the structures set up to coordinate and support implementation, it is worth noting that in addition to making financing available, success in delivering transformational development will depend on effectiveness and efficiency of the coordination and delivery mechanisms. Therefore, there is a need to continuously iterate the coordination and delivery mechanisms between the Partnership Framework and the 7NDP to ensure they remain relevant and operate efficiently and effectively.



The Government of Republic of Zambia and the UN Country Team propose to undertake a Mid–Term Review (MTR) of the Partnership Framework in 2018 as indicated in the Partnership Framework M&E plan. The purpose of the Review is to serve as the basis for improving coordination and delivery of the Partnership Framework as aligned to the 7NDP in meeting Zambia’s development agenda.

The key objectives of the MTR are to;

Assess the effectiveness and efficiency of the Partnership Framework’s coordination and management structures;Ascertain the Partnership Framework’s effectiveness and progress made towards outcomes, as well as identify and articulate factors explaining the progress;Assess the relevance and strategic alignment of the Partnership Framework and its coordination structures to the 7NDP; and Document best practices, lessons learnt and make recommendations with respect to the above objectives.

Based on the objectives above, two types of evaluation approaches are expected to be employed, namely: Process evaluation and Outcome evaluation.

On the one hand, process evaluation will focus on assessing how and in what ways the Partnership Framework is working, and for whom. It will provide opportunities for feedback and reflection amongst stakeholders, including UN agencies and government in order to inform the ongoing implementation for iterative design of the Framework. The process evaluation approach will also assess whether the use of resources is proving to be effective and efficient, and whether the systems and capacities to support implementation of the Partnership Framework are appropriate for achieving intended results. The approach will also help answer whether the results achieved in terms of building partnerships/alliances/networks/coalitions are sustainable, and the extent to which the Partnership Framework is contributing towards transformative development in Zambia.

On the other hand, outcome evaluation will assess how and in what ways the Partnership Framework is contributing to immediate changes in policies, practices, ideas and attitudes, and if there have been any negative or unexpected effects created by the Partnership Framework. The approach should also help in identifying the mechanisms that have contributed to or worked against programming effectiveness and successful change.


Based on the above objectives, below are the four key evaluation questions and suggested sub-questions to be answered by the review:

3.1 How effective are the coordination and management arrangements of the Partnership Framework?

  1. Are the management and governance arrangements of the Partnership Framework fit for purpose? Is there a clear understanding of roles and responsibilities of the structures by all parties involved?
  2. Is there adequate administrative, technical and other support within the UN in Zambia (resident and non-resident UN agencies), regional offices and headquarters to implement the Partnership Framework? Are the available technical and financial resources adequate to deliver the planned development outcomes? If not, what other kind of resources may be required?
  3. How effectively have the UN and stakeholders undertaken planning and monitored performance and results? Is a monitoring and evaluation system in place and how effective is it? Is relevant information systematically collected and collated? Is the data disaggregated by, for example, gender or by other relevant criteria , bearing in mind the UNDG principles for integrated programming ?
  4. To what extent are the UNDG programming principles adhered to in the implementation of the Partnership Framework? How could adherence to the principles be strengthened?
  5. To what extent has the Partnership Framework furthered gender mainstreaming in programming by the UN and the Government of the Republic of Zambia? How well do the current mechanisms in both Government and UN address and promote gender equality and how can the UN support for gender mainstreaming be strengthened?
  6. How responsive has programming under the Partnership Framework been to changing and emerging development priorities such as the humanitarian development nexus?
  7. How effective have the Partnership Framework coordination structures been in strengthening collaboration with stakeholders such as private sector, CSOs, philanthropy sector, media with regard to planning, programming, implementation, monitoring and dissemination of results of interventions under the Partnership Framework?
  8. To what extent has the Partnership Framework contributed to creating or strengthening synergies among UN agencies and programming?
  9. What difference did the Partnership Framework make to the UN’s work, working methods and development outcomes in Zambia? Does the UN in Zambia work differently under the Partnership Framework than it did under UNDAF?

3.2 What has been the Partnership Framework’s effectiveness and efficiency in the realization of sustained development outcomes?

• Effectiveness:

  1. What is the progress towards the Partnership Framework outcomes (based on progress indicators)?
  2. What have been the main contributing and challenging factors in making progress towards the development outcomes envisioned in the Partnership Framework?
  3. Is the Partnership Framework progressively contributing to creating or strengthening an enabling environment (implementation arrangements, systems, policies, people’s attitudes, etc.) for successfully realising the envisioned development outcomes? Is the Partnership approach strengthening rights-holders’ participation and duty-bearer’s accountability? Is it contributing to increased knowledge and demand of human rights among the most vulnerable populations and reinforcing capacities of duty bearers to respect, protect and guarantee these rights?
  4. What, if any, are the identified or perceived unintended outcomes of the Partnership Framework? What external socio-economic and political factors explain the outcomes?

• Efficiency:

  1. How efficiently have UN agencies allocated and deployed resources (human resources, time, expertise, funds etc.) for the implementation of the Partnership Framework?
  2. To what extent are the joint workplans under the Partnership Framework developed and implemented on time? How are the joint workplans derived and costed?
  3. To what extent are agency work plans derived from Result Group Joint Work Plans?
  4. To what extent and how are the resources needed to implement the Joint Work Plans jointly mobilised?

• Sustainability:

  1. Has the UN through the Partnership Framework started building the capacity of people and national institutions or strengthened an enabling environment (laws, systems, policies, people’s skills, attitudes etc.) to assure continued positive/transformational change?
  2. In what ways is the partnership approach transforming the way the UN and the Zambian government work?
  3. To what extent are the transformational aspects of the partnership approach visible within the UN and the Zambian government? What steps need to be taken to enhance the sustainability of positive/transformational change resulting from the implementation of the Partnership Framework?

3.3 What is the relevance and strategic alignment of the Partnership Framework to the 7NDP?

  1. How relevant and aligned is the Partnership Framework (its vision, development priorities and implementation and coordination mechanisms) to the to the 7NDP and its management and coordination structures?
  2. How can the UN best use its comparative advantage and effectively support the evolving implementation structures and programming under the 7NDP?
  3. How can the UN’s comparative advantage be leveraged to complement and support Zambia’s financing for development outcomes envisioned under the 7NDP, including operationalisation of the Means of Implementation Sub-Committee? What benefits can the UN derive from partnering with the Government under the Means of Implementation Sub-Committee?
  4. How best can the UN contribute to creating an enabling environment for the success of the multi-sectoral partnership approach under the 7NDP?

3.4 What are the best practices, lessons learnt and recommendations

  1. What good practices can be learned from the implementation of the Partnership Framework that can be applied going forward or for future frameworks?
  2. What should be avoided going forward?
  3. What are the recommendations with respect to the three main questions above?


The mid-term review will be carried out in a transparent and participatory manner, including consultation with a broad range of stakeholders in the UN, government ministries and agencies, other development agencies, civil society organisations (CSOs) and other stakeholders as necessary. The review will be guided by UN Evaluation Group Norms and Standards.

The review will employ both desk and field research. The desk research will, among other things, assist the reviewing team to understand the Partnership Framework and its specifics, as well as serve as the basis for assessing the processes. Desk research information sources will include the Partnership Framework document and results framework, the country analysis, annual work plans and annual progress reports from the results groups and other relevant structures. Reviews or evaluations of agency supported programmes will feed into the MTR. Other key documents will include the 7NDP volumes 1 and 2, and related documentation.

The field research will involve interviews with the Partnership Framework partners and stakeholders including UN agencies, pillar and results group chairs and technical members, , as well as representatives from government, cooperating partners, CSOs and the private sector. Data collection instruments such as open and semi-structured interviews, and questionnaires will be used to guarantee the availability of both quantitative and qualitative evidence, where available and necessary.

a synthesis and analysis of data from regular programme monitoring reports. Interviews with beneficiaries and local partners using participatory approaches will be strongly encouraged.

To effectively use the limited time, consultants may apply quota sampling and use other time and financial resource efficient data collection methodologies. The participation of specific interest groups such as women and women organizations, youth and youth organisations, among others, should also be guaranteed during the field research. The consultants will be required to work with the MTR Reference Group in identifying and drawing up a list of respondents.


The Partnership Framework MTR will be an external, participatory, and iterative learning exercise. It will take place from June – September 2018 and will build on the previous Partnership Framework Annual Reviews. The total duration of the assignment is 60 working days.

The MTR will be jointly commissioned and managed by the UNCT (Heads of UN Agencies) and the Government of Zambia. The review will engage wide range of stakeholders, including the UN, government, civil society and cooperating partners. Stakeholder participation is essential and will be sought from the beginning of the process through a series of meetings and possibly through the organisation of a Validation Workshop towards the end of the MTR process. The purpose of the workshop will be to validate and refine findings, conclusions and recommendations of the evaluation.


Inception report outlining (2 weeks after signing of agreement):The consultant’s understanding of the ToRs and the assignment, Evaluation design including criteria, scope, key evaluation questions, methodology, data collection methods and tools, timeframe and proposed respondentsFirst draft MTR report shared and presented to the MTR Reference GroupSecond draft MTR report, addressing comments from the MTR Reference Group, presented at a validation workshop with stakeholdersFinal draft MTR report presented to the MTR Reference Group and UNCT, fully incorporating feedback from validation workshop and complemented with an action plan for the implementation of recommendations.The report should have the following proposed structure:Cover page with key project and evaluation dataExecutive SummaryList of AcronymsDescription of the Partnership FrameworkPurpose, scope and clients of the evaluationMethodologyClearly identified findings for each criterion and questionConclusionsRecommendationsLessons learned and good practicesAnnexes: – TOR, List of meetings and interviews, any other relevant documentsFinal MTR report shared with the UNCT, as well as a brief 4-page summary document and power point presentation of the key findings and recommendations to be used for sharing with stakeholders


The MTR will be commissioned and overseen by the UNCT and the Government (Ministry of National Development Planning). A MTR Reference Group with members drawn from the UN and Government will be established to guide the evaluation process at the design, implementation and report stages. The Reference Group will approve the Inception Report and facilitate the preparation of a substantive programme of consultations, discussions and interviews and ensure quality control of the entire process. The Reference Group Secretariat will ensure regular communication and liaison between the consultancy team, Reference Group, UNCT and other relevant structures. Necessary further technical expertise from UN agencies will be availed as appropriate, including from the M&E Working Group.

The UN Resident Coordinator’s Office (RCO) will provide the consultancy team with relevant background documents for the desk review, compile contact details for partners and stakeholders to be interviewed, facilitate the making of appointments by drafting introductory letters, as well as facilitate overall logistical arrangements, including for the validation workshop. On the Government side, the Ministry of National Development Planning (MNDP) will coordinate the participation and inputs of key ministries and other institutions in the MTR. The consultancy team will be responsible for arranging all interviews and consultations with partners and stakeholders.


Date Activity Responsibility

July Week 1 – 2: Home based- Activity (by Reference Group, Consultancy team)

Initial briefing with consultancy teamDesk Review and development of Inception Report

July – August Week 3 – 6: In country- Activity ( Consultancy team and Reference Group)

Presentation of Inception Report to the Reference GroupUndertake data collection (consultations, interviews, surveys)

August – September Week 7 – 9: In country- Activity by (Consultancy team)

Analysis of dataReport writingFirst draft report presented to Reference Group and revised based on comments

Week 10: In country- Activity by (Consultancy team/GRZ/UN)

Presentation of the second draft report at validation workshop with stakeholdersPresentation of final draft to UNCT and Reference Group

September – October Weeks 11 – 12: Home based Activity by (UNCT/MNDP)

Submission of final report, summary document and power point to UNCT, GRZ and Reference Group


Composition of the consultancy team

It is anticipated that the consultancy team will be composed of a Senior International Consultant, who will be assigned the responsibility of Team Leader, and a National Consultant. The Team should have proven record of conducting complex evaluations.

Roles and qualifications of the Consultancy Team

Specific roles of the Team Leader

Formulation of technical and financial proposalsLead the consultancy team, ensure that review is conducted in a timely manner and assume overall responsibility of deliverables and quality of the workAct as the main contact point between the consultancy team and the MTR Reference Group and RCO in all issues relating to the MTR, ensuring a participatory processLead the development and implementation of a robust and appropriate evaluation methodology, supervise and contribute to data collection and analysisLead the drafting of the draft and final MTR reports, including a proposed action plan, incorporating comments from all stakeholders Ensure that the final MTR report is completed within the established timeframe and submitted to MTR Reference Group and RCOPresent the MTR results and recommendations to MTR Reference Group, UNCT and other identified stakeholders

Specific roles of the National consultant

 Follow the tasks assigned by the team leaderContribute to data collection, analysis and report writingArrange and schedule all interviews and consultations neededParticipate in all meetings as per guidance provided by the Team LeaderRecord all comments on the MTR report and participate in the report revision process

Qualifications of Team Leader:

Master’s degree in a relevant field – social sciences, development studies, international development or similarMinimum 15 years of experience in programme development, planning, management, implementation and evaluation in the context of international development, working experience with the UN Development System is an advantageExtensive experience in leading evaluations of UN Development Assistance Frameworks (UNDAF/Partnership Framework), or similar multilateral development programmesPrevious experience in leading multi-stakeholder processes in Africa, including experience in working with Government counterparts at the senior and technical levelsStrong research, analytical, writing and communication skillsSound leadership and organizational skills; demonstrated experience in managing and leading evaluation teamsStrong knowledge and understanding of the UN system and UN principles, values, goals and approaches, including human rights, gender equality, results-based management and the Sustainable Development Goals, as well as of UN Evaluation Group guidelines for evaluations

Qualifications of National Consultant:

Master’s degree in a relevant field – social sciences, development studies, international development or similarMinimum 10 years of experience programme development, planning, and implementation in the context of international development, working experience with the UN Development System is an advantagePrevious experience in conducting evaluations of development programmesStrong research and analytical skills, excellent writing skills and knowledge of research methodologyKnowledge of the Zambian development context

Interested individual consultants must submit the following documents/information to demonstrate their qualifications:

A technical proposal (Not more than 5 pages) providing a brief methodology on how you will
approach and conduct the work.A financial proposal as outlined in point 11 below.Most recent CV showing clearly experience in similar assignments and at least 3 references;Certified copies of academic and professional certificates and other relevant documents.


The financial proposal shall specify a total lump sum amount, inclusive of all costs that could possibly be incurred by the consultant (professional fees, travel costs, living allowances, communications, consumables etc).The financial proposal will provide a breakdown of this lump sum amount


Interested candidates are invited to submit a proposal (technical and financial), together with CVs of each member in the proposed consultancy team and other relevant supporting documents to the following address:

The Head of Human Resources, United Nations World Food Programme Zambia P.O. Box 37726 Lusaka, Zambia Or; delivered by hand at WFP Offices (tender box) Plot # 10/4971, Tito Road Rhodespark, Lusaka, Zambia.


Please ensure that you mention as the source of this job advertisement.

The deadline for submission of the application is Sunday 29th July 2018 (Midnight Zambian Time).

This position is open to Zambian nationals only.

Order Runners

Currently looking for young and vibrant males and female with traceable references to start wok immediately.

This will be strictly commission based.

Applicats should have an NRC, and able to communicate fluently.

To apply, email applications to email ;protected Please ensure that you mention as the source of this job advertisement.

Closing date is 2nd August 2018

Front Office Assistant

African Grey Insurance Limited, a fast growing and dynamic insurance company, is inviting applications for the position of Front Office Assistant.


Receive, direct and relay telephone, email and fax messages. open and date stamp of general correspondence.Assist in the logistics of meetings, conferences and conference telephone calls.Welcoming visitors with courtesy in person or when answering or referring inquiries.Maintaining employee and department directories and updating and monitoring activity of the company website.Maintain security by following procedures, monitoring logbooks, issuing visitor badges/cards, telephone log book and stationery inventory.Maintains safe and clean reception area by complying with procedure, rules and regulations,Coordinating travel logistics and arranging accommodation for staff travelling on business by liaising with travel agencies, airlines, car hire companies, hotels and lodges.Other assigned duties

To be considered for this position, candidates must have the following qualifications:

Full Grade 12 School Certificate.Certificate/diploma in secretarial or front office managementAt least five years working experience in related fieldMust be proficient in Word and other MS office applicationsExcellent verbal, organizational and written skillsKnowledge in procurement and record keepingExperience in the insurance industry is a definite advantage.

If you meet the above criteria and wish to be considered for this position, please email your CV and cover letter to email ;protected Please ensure that you mention as the source of this job advertisement.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

The closing date for receiving applications is 23rd July, 2018.

ICT Program Director/Manager

The ICT Program Director/Manager supports the Solution team and the KAM with extensive technical knowledge. By taking on both the CSR and CFR role, the ICT Program Director is the overall responsible for the Core 3 team,

especially for:

The overall solutionThe overall cost estimationThe delivery model (mix of on-shore, near-shore and off-shore resources)

The ICT Manager can be delivery lead only for small projects. In wider and complex projects, the ICT Manager will report to an ICT Program Director as delivery responsible for project sub streams.

Tools & Resources

SMIS, CAST etc. Link to Project Engagement Governance

Behavioral Competences

Entrepreneurial & Commercial ThinkingPersuading & InfluencingRelating & NetworkingDelivering Results & Meeting Customer ExpectationsPlanning & OrganizingLeading & Supervising

Why is Ericsson a great place to work?

Ericsson enables communications service providers to capture the full value of connectivity. The company’s portfolio spans Networks, Digital Services, Managed Services, and Emerging Business and is designed to help our customers go digital, increase efficiency, find new revenue streams, and create new user experiences. Ericsson’s investments in innovation have delivered the benefits of telephony and mobile broadband to billions of people around the world ensuring our solutions – and our customers – are at the forefront of innovation.   We support networks that connect more than 2.5 billion subscribers. With over 100,000 employees and customers in 180 countries, we combine global scale with technology and service leadership.  40 percent of the world’s mobile traffic is carried over an Ericsson network.  And, our Technology for Good and Connect to Learn programs include creating technology that makes it easier to save lives, feed societies, bring technology to emerging markets and connectivity to remote areas, and grow businesses and prosperity.

At Ericsson, we give our employees the freedom to think big and navigate their career, on a global scale.  We create technology that helps others, from helping people enjoy their favourite content to helping people recover from natural disasters by enabling better communications between rescue workers. Your ideas and innovations can turn into achievements that impact society and change the world, creating new connections, new possibilities, and new capabilities.  We find that Ericsson is at its best when we bring together the diverse skills of our people. Working across business areas, across cultures, across geographical borders, across technical disciplines. More often than not, across ground-breaking solutions. Next generation technology can be staggeringly complex. But the simpler it is to use; the more people benefit from it. Join us and help build technology that makes it simple to connect with information, business, societies, and each other.

Ericsson provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, parental status, national origin, ethnic background, age, disability, political opinion, social status, veteran status, union membership or genetics.

Ericsson complies with applicable country, state and all local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location across the world in which the company has facilities. In addition, Ericsson supports the UN Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights and the United Nations Global Compact.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, training and development.

Ericsson expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, parental status, national origin, ethnic background, age, disability, political opinion, social status, veteran status, union membership or genetic information.

Senior Business Advisor

Job Description

Title: Senior Business Advisor / Commercializing Post Harvest Loss Solutions in Zambia
Reports to: Senior Technical Advisor
Location: Lusaka, Zambia
Travel: With local travel up to 25% of the time
Grade: Grade 8-Zambia

I. TechnoServe Background

TechnoServe is a nonprofit international development organization with the mission to work with enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses and industries.
Our work focuses on identifying promising business opportunities with a positive economic role for and impact on the rural and urban poor. We believe in hard work, creativity, and leveraging the dynamism of talented people and our approach is based on hiring high-performing people who share our vision of private sector solutions to generate sustainable solutions to poverty. We are committed to innovation, learning, and results, with a global team from world-class industry and management consulting firms. We are currently working in close to 30 countries in Africa, Latin America and Asia.

II. Program Description

Under the Commercializing Post Harvest Loss Solutions project, TechnoServe works in partnership with MUSIKA and WFP and with financing from SIDA. The primary objective of the project is to stimulate investment by manufacturers, suppliers, dealers, farmers and small businesses in the sale and purchase of appropriate technologies to manage post-harvest losses bundled with information and training on best practice. The expected outcome of the project includes: increased employment in the post-harvest technology market in manufacturing and distributing, increased income for farmers, increased food security and nutrition at household level, increased food security and commodity trade at national level, greater resilience against climate shocks at household, community and national levels and more efficient utilisation of agricultural resources.
For the project we now invite applications for a Business Advisor (BA) position to work closely together with the project team from TechnoServe, MUSIKA and WFP.

III. Job Description

Major responsibilities

Participate in preparing an industry diagnostic and an industry strategic plan for the development of the post-harvest loss technology industry in ZambiaParticipate in design of client selection tool and selection of clientsParticipate in preparing company specific plans for enhancing the performance of Zambian companies engaged in the manufacturing and sale of post-harvest loss technologies. Technologies may include arable crop on-farm solutions such as hermetic bags, mini-silos, fumigation solutions; arable crop first level aggregation solutions such as low cost sheds and bulk handling/storing technologies; and/or cold chain solutions including farm and enterprise level innovations in low cost cooling, handling and storing of perishable produceProvide customized support, training and advice to Zambian post-harvest technology companies in accordance with the plans mentioned above and in response to specific opportunities and requests. Key areas of focus are expected to include marketing, sales, product design, finance, profitability, business planning, organisation and other business related areas.Plan and provide support, training and advice to the industry at large as appropriate and in response to the industry strategic plan and specific opportunities.Develop and sustain trust-based relationships with the client companies and other key industry stakeholders as required.Carry out other activities as required and feasible to make the project succeed.

Planning, reporting, and collaboration

Manage his/her time effectively and work closely with the Senior Technical Advisor (STA) to develop a work planWork closely together with colleagues and partners from TechnoServe, MUSIKA and WFPFamiliarize his/her self with the indicators and targets as defined for this programEnsure that deliverables are on time, within budget and at the required level of qualityProactively raise opportunities and issues of concern with the STA

Reports to: The BA will report to the Senior Technical Advisor who will act as program lead.

IV. Required Skills & Experience:

Candidates applying should possess the following requirements:

Zambian citizen or right to work in ZambiaBachelor Degree in business or related discipline, a postgraduate qualification will be an added
advantage5 years relevant working experience of which preferably at least 3 in the private sectorComprehensive knowledge within areas such as business management, marketing plan development, marketing and sales management, business plan writing, supply chain studies and market surveysKnowledge of agriculture and food industry in Zambia an advantageProficient computer skills in business software (Excel, MS Project and PowerPoint)Strong analytical skills including in written formExcellent interpersonal and oral and written communication skillsAbility to self-start and to generate innovative solutions in work situationsFluency in English required, with knowledge of local languages an advantage

To Apply: Please submit your application (by email only) to with email ;protected the position title placed in the subject line. Please include (1) cover letter describing your interest, (2) curriculum vitae and (3) telephone contacts of three referees. Please include all requirements in one document. Applications will be treated confidentially. Please ensure that you mention as the source of this job advertisement. Deadline for applications is 3rd August 2018. Note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted. No phone calls please.

TechnoServe is an equal opportunity employer.

Kitchen Porter

Requisition Number: 503544
Contract Type: Fixed Term
Country: Zambia
Location: Solwezi
Site: Kansanshi
Categories: Administration

First Quantum Minerals Ltd. has grown from a small mineral operation in Zambia into a multinational mining business in less than two decades, with a global portfolio of copper and nickel assets in Europe, Africa, Australia and South America. This phenomenal growth is down to FQM people who have strived to be Bolder, Smarter and Driven in everything they do.

In March 2013, First Quantum Minerals acquired Inmet Mining Corporation, a Canadian-based mining company primarily producing copper and zinc from mines in Finland, Spain and Turkey, with also a major copper deposit under development in Panama, known as Cobre Panama. The combination of the First Quantum and Inmet assets has created one of the world’s leading copper producers with a geographically diversified portfolio of high-quality operations and development projects in eight countries across five continents.

With a strategic plan to produce more than 1 million tonnes per annum of copper within five years, the Company is poised to become the largest, widely-held pure-play copper producer and one of the top five copper producers in the world.

This holder of this position will be required to adhere to all relevant requirements, policies, procedures and legal regulations pertaining to health, safety, environment and quality, as well as finance, human resources, and any other regulations as required by the company and relevant to the level of the role and responsibilities of the function.

Clean kitchen and work stationsEnaure food stored correctly in clean fridges and freezersEndeavor to learn about cooking and food costingHelp prepare, cook and serve high quality foodEnsure recipes are followed to reduce wastageFill in the bulk issue sheets correctly when preparing items as directed by the chefsEnsure food tastes are consistent when preparing food as directed by the chefsEnsure portioning is consistent with the recipesEnsure all food correctly stored, cling filmed, labeled and datedEnsure HACCP’s procedure is followedEnsure washing of floors, cleaning the kitchen, benches, crockery, knives and work surfaces are clean at all times.Ensure correct clothing is worn including a hair netEnsure food expenditure is kept within budget by following the recipes and recording wastage correctlyCo-operate fully with the statutory inspections and implement recommendation as appropriate including training by our chemical suppliersEnsure personal hygiene at all timesResponsible for food variances, ensure this is reduced significantlyTo learn and understand food costing and the importance of following recipes, cost control, wastage managementTo undertake such other duties as may be determined by the Kitchen Shift Supervisor from time to time within the general scope of the post as chef


Grade 9 or equivalent qualificationHospitality CertificatesDiploma or qualification in Food and BeverageQualification in Health and Safety


3 years’ experience in a similar position in the kitchen

Behavioural Traits

OrganizedTime EfficientMethodicalDetailedHard workingAbility to interact positively with supervisor, management, coworkers, and members to promote a team effort and maintain a positive and professional approach.Ability to produce a high volume of work in a timely manner, which is accurate, complete, and of high quality.Ability to come to work regularly and on time, to follow directions, to take criticism, to get along with co-workers and supervisors, to treat co-workers, supervisors and members/guests with respect and courtesy, and to refrain from abusive, insubordinate and/or violent behavior.

Applications close: 25 Jul 2018 FLE Daylight Time

Executive Housekeeper

JOB TITLE: Executive Housekeeper (EHK)
REPORTS TO: Rooms Division Manager


Supervises all housekeeping employees, plans and assigns work assignments, give training for newly recruited employees, audit and inspects housekeeping personal work assignment and requisition supplies. Take care of the budget and budget controlling for the department.


Supervises all housekeeping employees, evaluates employees in order to upgrade them when openings arise.Plans the work for the housekeeping department and distributes assignments accordingly. Assigns regular duties and special duties for housekeeping staff.Schedules employees and assigns extra days off according to occupancy forecast. Maintains a time log book of all employees within the department.Assigns new employees to work with experienced help. Checks on the work of these employees occasionally and observes the report made by the supervisors.Approves all supply requisitions, such as those for spreads and bathroom rugs.Maintains a lost-and-found department and is responsible for all lost-and-found items.Determines the rightful owner and send correspondences.To ensure cleanliness, maintenance and management of all guestrooms, functions, public areas and back of house areas to the Housekeeping operational standards.To ensure effective operation of the Housekeeping Department in line with Housekeeping Budget.Monitor guest feedback and follow through with departments accordingly.Establish an on-job induction programme for all Housekeeping personnel.


The candidate must have right attitude, a team player and can work well under pressure. In addition, he/she should possess:

Responsible for cleanliness, orderliness and appearance of the entire Hotel.Ensure that rooms are made as per company standard.Prepare Annual Housekeeping Budget.Maintain par stock of guest supplies, cleaning supplies, linen and uniform.Organize inventories with Accounts and General Store for linen, uniform and fixed assets.Pay particular attention while organizing pest eradication activities.Develop and implement Housekeeping systems and proceduresPrepare reports for management information.Assist Purchase department in selecting suppliers for items related to Housekeeping.Plan, control and supervise Horticultural activities.Attending and resolving guest complaints.Verification of supplies consignments.Approval of the Functional Manual of the department.Previous service experience is preferredGood verbal & written English is a plusExcellent communication and organizational skillsHighly responsible & reliable.

Other Routine Responsibilities:

Daily inspection of rooms, public areas and employees’ locker rooms.Daily briefing of Supervisors/ Executives.Coordinating the preventive maintenance schedule of rooms and public area with maintenance department.Immediately attending to guest requests.


Strong Leadership abilities and organizational skills, Entrepreneurial, thinks out of the box and Able to drive change and look for operational efficiencies / synergies across the network.
Hotel Management Systems: APEX and plus point is an added advantage.


Degree or diploma in hotel management.


Minimum 4 to 10 years of experience, at least 2 to 3 years in similar role.Strong Operational/Technical Knowledge. Successful Pre-opening experience & records a distinct advantage.


Interested candidates who meet the qualifications should submit their applications letters, CVs as one copy and copies of certificates to the undersigned: email ;protected Please ensure that you mention as the source of this job advertisement.

Applications should be received not later than 17:00hrs, Tuesday 31st July,2018.

Dean – Management

Website Texila American University, Lusaka Zambia

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Job title : Dean- School of Management

Location : Lusaka, Zambia

Qualification : PhD in Management studies

Experience : Minimum 4 years of experience as Dean and Total of 8 to 12 years

The primary responsibilities of the Dean – school of Management include:

Supervising the educational activity of the University, overseeing the curriculum, courses, and methods of instruction, and supporting research.Determining the assignment of faculty and schedule of courses in the School, through the Registrar.Coordination with the Departments assigned specifically to the University, conferring with their respective Chairs, and refers their needs and problems to the Dean for further actionEnsure that the University is run as per the Policy & Governance rules established by the University.Provide leadership for all activities of the University including but not limited to any accreditation, workshops, events, symposiums among others.Enable & Ensure that the learning environment is conducive for the students to enhance their knowledge & skill.Ensure that the PPT & Video lectures are available at all times, as per the timelines & schedules of the University.Teach/ train students as required.Groom the staff & faculty of the University to the required Quality standards established by the University.Over the student affairs & administration in consultation with other Heads or Departments or Functions.Provide leadership in education, scholarly activity, research and serviceSupervises the educational activity of the University, overseeing the councils, courses, and methods of instruction, and supporting researchDetermine the assignment of faculty and schedule of courses in the School, through the Registrar.

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Education Qualification (Bachelors / Masters / PhD):Certification with any professional bodies (Attach the documents):Current Salary (Gross per Month) :Expecting Salary (Gross per month):

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Members of the public who meet the above, should send their updated CV and the cover letter to email ;protected and email ;protected Please ensure that you mention as the source of this job advertisement.

Communications Intern

The World-Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is the world’s leading independent conservation organisation with a global network in over 100 countries. Our mission is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which people live in harmony with nature. We have been working in Zambia since 1962 organising our efforts across Freshwater, Wildlife, Forests and People.

WWF Zambia is seeking to hire a highly motivated individual for the position of Communications Intern to be based in Lusaka.

The Role

The role requires providing support to Communications Officer mostly through content generation.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

Assist to generate ideas and put together content for the WWF website, social media sites and the media.Collect and share web articles/stories for consumption within WWF network audiences.Support ongoing campaigns and execution of conservation activities e.g the commemoration of special conservation days and programme oriented activities.Assist in event management.

Qualifications, Skills and Competencies

Recently graduated from a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Mass Communications or related fieldExcellent communication and interpersonal skills in both written and spoken EnglishCompetence in MS Word, PowerPoint and ExcelPassionate about Communications and conservationExperience in content generation and organizing events will be an advantage  Ability to set priorities, complete work with minimal supervision, and meet deadlines.  Ability to work in a multi-cultural work environment.

How to Apply

E-mail a cover letter and detailed CV indicating position applied for to: email ;protected with a copy to email ;protected

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Deadline for receiving applications is Monday 23rd July 2018 CoB.

Partnership Manager

This role will work closely with PEAS Zambia Country Director to manage and build PEAS’ partnership with the MOGE as PEAS expands from 3 to 30 schools over the next few years.

The role will work to secure long-term government and wider sector support for PEAS’ partnership approach, and work to build PEAS’ profile as a thought leader in the education sector in Zambia.

The role will also manage PEAS Zambia’s broader government engagement work, lead on Zambia-based business development and contribute to PEAS global business development and advocacy initiatives.

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