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Communication and Campaigns Coordinator

Position         : Communications and Campaigns Coordinator

Duty Station : Lusaka

ROLE PURPOSE

The Communication and Campaigns Coordinator (CCC) will increase Save the Children’s visibility in Zambia and in the region of Southern Africa in the five thematic areas. He/she will use social media and other communication strategies to implement campaign objectives, raise the profile of SC in Zambia, give visibility to SC Zambia’s advocacy, raise the voice of children in Zambia and disseminate SC Zambia’s knowledge to the general public. The role will oversee relationships with the media.

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:

The Advocacy and Communications Coordinator will:

Deliver ambitious campaign plans to engage and influence the government, in line with agreed organisational objectives, and provide strategic insight to wider Save the Children International advocacy effortsBuild profile and credibility for Save the Children, especially on our priority issues, by being a convincing spokesperson for the organisation on and off lineBe a strong internal and external networker, building relationships with various departments, gathering information, stories and resources to implement SC Zambia’s communication strategyLead in designing communication interventions, especially in providing leadership in designing promotional materials, communication materials for various projects, including IEC materials, developing and maintaining a photo database, edit project studies for publications.

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QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

University degree in Communications;Substantial experience in campaign planning and implementation in substantial experience in campaign planning and implementation in Zambia or an African country;Knowledge of the media and its role in raising awareness and shaping public policy;Existing network with media in Zambia and beyond (TV, radio, written, online).

Child Safeguarding

Level 3 – the responsibilities of the post may require the post holders to have regular contact with or access to children or young people. In this regard, the job holder should be in a position to work and uphold the interest of Children and uphold the organization’s Child Safeguarding policy.

How to Apply:

Please send only your application letter clearly stating the position in the subject line with a detailed CV indicating 3 traceable referees, one of whom should have been direct supervisor, through email to: The Director Human Resources at email ;protected . Please ensure that you mention www.gozambiajobs.com as the source of this job advertisement.

PLEASE DO NOT ATTACH COPIES OF YOUR CERTIFICATES

The closing date for receipt of applications is 20th April 2018. Only short listed candidates will be notified. Save the children being a Child Safeguarding organisation reserves the right to check (through references) that candidates being considered are suitable to work with Children.

Director of Planning & Programmes

ZAMBIA AGENCY FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The Zambia Agency for Persons with Disabilities is a Government Agency, established under Act No. 6
of 2012. The agency is mandated with the responsibility of coordinating and providing services to persons with disabilities.

The Agency is inviting cpplications from suitably qualified and experienced individuals to fill the following positions:

1. DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND PROGRAMMES 1 POST (Three (3) years Renewable contract)

ZAPD seeks a senior professional with a global vision committed to human rights, especially for persons with disabilities to effectively develop innovative approaches, relationships with various stakeholders, government line Ministries, donors and other partner Civil Society Organizations (CSO); and is persistent and determined to fight for the rights of vulnerable people especially for persons with disabilities.

Department/Unit: Planning and Programmes

Work station: Lusaka with frequent in-country travel (50%)

Reports To: Director General, ZAPD

Duties and Responsibilities

Plan, coordinate and implement programme development activities for Cran s Management.Establish policies, procedures and operational guidelines for all programmes.Evaluate programmes, provide on-site programme monitoring and reviews and provide feedback as needed.Report and discuss activity schedule plans with Director General and other Heads of Departments.Attend to all necessary programme workshops, events and training seminars.Communicate policy and information to programme staff at all levels.Communicate programmes status with Director General and other relevant authorities on a regular basis.Ensure availability, accessibility and use of strategic information regarding programming and prioritizing the multi-sectoral response and programme support services.Ensure that appropriate ard consistent advocacy is undertaken in relation to Prevention,Impact Mitigation, treatment, care and SUPPOrt programmes.Oversees timely development and implementation of capacity building interventions in order to impart appropriate skills and knowledge.Manages effectively, the utilization of human, financial and materials resources in the directorate in order to ensure effective and efficient operations and the attainment of the directorate’s objective.Provide leadership to the strategic and operational plans and oversee their implementation.Promote ZAPD sustainability through strong fundraising and relevant relationships with donors.Maintain and foster partnerships with like-minded Agencies nationally, regionally and internationally.Enhance Partner with Disabled Persons Organizations (DPOs) to apply sustainable approaches in their project activities.Provide technical assistance 10 ensure Ihal persons with disabilities and their families are provided favourable opportunities to cngago as sustainable livelihood activities.Provide technical assistance to ensure that disability issues are integrated in ZAPD ActionResearch and M&E activities and that the M&E system measures disabilities-related changes in targeted beneficiaries.Ensure engagement of the Board of Directors on all strategic matters by providing appropriate and timely information on the status of ZAPD Programmes.

Qualifications and Relevant Skills:

Grade 12 Certificate or equivalentBachelor’s Degree in Development Studies or Social Sciences is desirableAppropriate academic qualifications and/or including significant programme management experience mcy be consideredMinimum of 5 years post qualifying experience in the same field.Experience in project managementMust bo 30 years and abovc.

Competencies / Personal Attributes

Computer literate with good organizational and communication skillsGood facilitation and interpersonal skillsGood analytical skillsMust be mature and self-motivatedAbility to work in a stressful environmentManagement and leadership skillsAbility to work independently with advanced problem solving, appropriatelyExcellent time management and planning capacity.

Successful applicants will be required to take up the appointment immediately. Women and Persons with Disabilities who meet the essential criteria are encouraged to apply.

Applications together with certified copies of relevant qualifications, curriculum vitae with three traceable referees and a day time contact number, should be submitted by Friday 27th April, 2018 to the undersigned;

The Zambia Agency for Persons with Disabilities
P.O. Box 50073
Lusaka

Communications and Campaigns Coordinator

Position: Communications and Campaigns Coordinator

Duty Station : Lusaka

ROLE PURPOSE

The Communication and Campaigns Coordinator (CCC) will increase Save the Children’s visibility in Zambia and in the region of Southern Africa in the five thematic areas. He/she will use social media and other communication strategies to implement campaign objectives, raise the profile of SC in Zambia, give visibility to SC Zambia’s advocacy, raise the voice of children in Zambia and disseminate SC Zambia’s knowledge to the general public. The role will oversee relationships with the media.

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:

The Advocacy and Communications Coordinator will:

Deliver ambitious campaign plans to engage and influence the government, in line with agreed organisational objectives, and provide strategic insight to wider Save the Children International advocacy effortsBuild profile and credibility for Save the Children, especially on our priority issues, by being a convincing spokesperson for the organisation on and off lineBe a strong internal and external networker, building relationships with various departments, gathering information, stories and resources to implement SC Zambia’s communication strategyLead in designing communication interventions, especially in providing leadership in designing promotional materials, communication materials for various projects, including IEC materials, developing and maintaining a photo database, edit project studies for publications.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

University degree in Communications;Substantial experience in campaign planning and implementation in substantial experience in campaign planning and implementation in Zambia or an African country;Knowledge of the media and its role in raising awareness and shaping public policy;Existing network with media in Zambia and beyond (TV, radio, written, online).

Child Safeguarding

Level 3 – the responsibilities of the post may require the post holders to have regular contact with or access to children or young people. In this regard, the job holder should be in a position to work and uphold the interest of Children and uphold the organization’s Child Safeguarding policy.

How to Apply:

Please send only your application letter clearly stating the position in the subject line with a detailed CV indicating 3 traceable referees, one of whom should have been direct supervisor, through email to: The Director Human Resources at email ;protected . Please ensure that you mention www.gozambiajobs.com as the source of this job advertisement.

PLEASE DO NOT ATTACH COPIES OF YOUR CERTIFICATES

The closing date for receipt of applications is 20th April 2018. Only short listed candidates will be notified. Save the children being a Child Safeguarding organisation reserves the right to check (through references) that candidates being considered are suitable to work with Children.

Call for Expression of Interest – Mid Term Review of Projects Under the NORAD Agreement 2016-2019 (Re-Advertising)

1.0 Background

1.1 Plan International in Zambia

Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian non-governmental organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. Working in Zambia since 1996, Plan International Zambia’s development and capacity building programmes focus primarily on Education, Health, Water and Sanitation, Economic Security and Youth Empowerment, including Child Protection and Participation. Plan International Zambia has programme units in; Central, Luapula, and Eastern Provinces including in Lusaka, where the Country Office is located.

1.2 Overview of the Norad funded project to be assessed

Promoting Girl’s Education aims at improving access to quality, inclusive basic education for children (especially girls) in the 100 schools in 7 target districts of Central and Luapula provinces. The Project target is 12,000 pupils (60% girls and 40% boys and 10% Children with disabilities), each of direct beneficiaries reaching out to at least 3 peers. Partnering with FAWEZA and ZOCS, the project focuses on holding duty bearers particularly government accountable for creating a safe and inclusive environment in schools and ensuring school attendance for girls/children with disabilities through participatory score card approach.

Child Protection and Participation aims at improving protection and participation in decision making of children and young women, including those with disabilities. Approach being used include; awareness raising, training and active engagement of other stakeholders. The primary beneficiaries are children particularly the marginalized in 36 selected communities in 9 districts of Central, Luapula and Eastern Provinces. At district level, targeting; 200 police officers; 20 members of parliament; 30 from Community radio stations. At National level the program will target State Actors (Government institutions including police, magistrates and judiciary and the Zambia Agency for Persons with Disabilities), Media institutions (TV and Radio). Partners on this project are Advocacy for Child Justice, Child Help Line, and Children in Need Network.

18+: Ending Child Marriage project’s overall objective is contributing to eradication of Child Marriage in Zambia. The primary target group is 15,000 girls in and out of school in Vubwi, Chisamba and Mansa districts through the girls’ groups and safe spaces. Partnering with Society for Women & Aids in Zambia and Women & Law in Sothern Africa. Other stakeholders will include: boys/men, parents, traditional leaders / initiators, community health workers, community members, government workers (police, social welfare and teachers, including staff from Ministry of Chiefs and Traditional Affaires, Ministry of Gender and Child Development and Ministry of Community Development, Mother and Child Health and CSOs.

Building Skills and Economic Resilience for Girls and Mothers. Through the 18+: Child Marriage Project, this project is mobilizing girls and mothers into groups and train them in vocational skills. Implemented by Plan International Zambia, the goal is to strengthen the economic resilience of mothers and girls to contribute to ending child marriages in the Eastern, Central and Luapula provinces of Zambia. The projects has targeted 2,190 girls aged between 16 to 24years to economically empower them and to be resilient against child marriages. It will further economically empower 1,425 parents/ guardians of girls at risk of child marriages.

2. The Purpose of the Evaluation

The main purpose of the evaluation is learning. We hope to identify strengths and weaknesses of the program/projects, which will guide the project towards improvement during the current implementing period and for planning of future program/projects.

3. Scope and scale of the evaluation

The evaluation will be done at the country level, based on the latest result framework, which is a consolidated total results of all Norad Frame Agreement projects in the country. From here on this will be referred to as Country Program. Projects funded outside the Norad Frame agreement are not subjected to this evaluation.

4. Content of the evaluation

The evaluation will be organized in chapters/headings according to the following sequence

4.1 Assessment of project management

4.1.1 To what extent does this project fit with the implementing partner organisations’ own strategies?

4.1.2 Describe the monitoring routine, data collection/documentation routine, learning routine in the project both at Plan and at implementing partners’ levels.

We would like the description to cover two dimensions: situation as is and situation as wishes. We are interested in “routine” which implies system that are regularly implemented. If there has not been specific routine made yet – please say so in the situation as is.

Situation as is Situation as wishesMonitoring routineData collection routineLearning routine

4.1.3 To what extent do the staff at field level in Plan and in implementing CSOs have good understanding of what the project tries to achieve or are they unclear?

4.1.4 What are the routines for Anti-corruption in the project at Plan level and at partner organization level. A list of routines are adequate, no need to elaborate in details.

4.1.5 If the project has experienced underutilization or overutilization of its yearly budget deviation exceeding 5% per year in 2017, please describe the main reasons for this excluding those caused by delay of fund transfer.

4.1.6 Any recommendations to strengthen the internal project management at Plan level seen from the evaluator perspective? Please formulate them as simple, concrete recommended actions. Please also suggest who could deliver this.

4.2 Effectiveness and efficiency

Going through the Result Frame work for Country Program (see attached). The evaluation shall indicate if the project has achieved reasonable level of results for each of the outcome indicator, given the resources it has (the budget level) based on the data collected during 2015 (baseline year), 2016 and 2017, interview with relevant stakeholders to answer the following questions:
For each outcome indicator

4.2.1 Is the pace of progression reasonable (use targets and achieved data in result framework). Please recommend improvement of efficiency nature, if needed.

4.2.2 Is the target/coverage reasonable given the resources? Recommend improvement on efficiency, if relevant.

4.2.3 Which specific areas of challenges are there that need to be addressed to ensure that results is achieved and with good quality (effectiveness) for a particular indicator? Recommend ways to address these challenges.

4.3 Gender equality

4.3.1 Was the project planning and implementation based on a situation analysis where men and women of various social backgrounds are able to have a say and present their own views? Give examples of how the analysis informed the project design.

4.3.2 Are there differential impacts on women and men (intentional or unintentional) observed during implementation? Do these lead to adjustment in the implementation? In which way?

4.4 Disability inclusion

4.4.1 To what extent have children/youth with disabilities, parents of children with disabilities and/or organisations of people with disabilities (DPOs) been engaged and taken part in the project, either as active participants or as collaborating partner organisations? (Please elaborate.)

4.4.2 What are the strengths or weaknesses found in disability inclusion efforts?

4.5 Unexpected results

Are there unexpected results both positive and negative that the project should document for future learning?

4.6 Added value and Participation:

In this section, we ask the evaluation team to use the given tools to assess Added-value and Participation level in this program.

A) Added-value assessment.

a. Use the Added-value assessment tool attached.
b. Interview the Civil Society Organization partners of Plan
c. Fill the data in the tool.
d. The completed document is attached to the evaluation report as annex.

B) Participation

a. Use the Participation checklist (attached) to assess degree of participation in the Plan program.
b. Interview relevant actors.
c. The completed document is to be attached to the evaluation report as annex.

4.7 Cross-cutting issues:

Assess how the project address the following issues

4.7.1 Environment and vulnerability to climate change that affects the results of the project
4.7.2 Has the program put in place interventions that will increase sustainability of the results after the program ends in two years. Please give specific examples.

5. Roles

Evaluator

1. Lead and coordinate the evaluation in close collaboration with Plan staff, partners and relevant stakeholders.
2. In carrying out the evaluation, the consultant(s) is/are expected to familiarize him/herself/themselves with secondary data relevant to this project from Plan, her partners, communities and other stakeholders.
3. Develop a data collection methodology appropriate to answer each of the questions posed in the TOR. Information should come from both insiders and outsiders of the projects to ensure objectivity and triangulation. The methodology will be discussed and approved by Plan Country Office before launching the investigation.
4. Analyze data and document the findings according to the structure given in this TOR.
5. Produce the evaluation report that is short and to the point. Recommendations should be concrete.
6. Share the draft report with Plan CO, NNO and its partners for feedback.
7. Finalized the report.

6. Quality of information

Data collection shall strive to give a representative picture of the situation. The consultant(s) shall apply participatory evaluation techniques to gather both quantitative and qualitative data necessary to answer all the questions the TOR. The consultant shall ensure that the voice of women and marginalized groups is heard.

7.0 Deliverables

i. An inception report and evaluation work plan.
ii. A draft report after the analysis of target group disaggregated data for Plan and stakeholders’ feedback.
iii. A final report in English of no more than 35 pages (excluding references and annexes) utilizing the format below:

Front page with title of the evaluation, date and authors of the reportExecutive summary that presents the key points of the different sections.Methodology and Limitations of the evaluationDescription of the project or programmeFindings and analysis according to section 3 aboveConclusionsRelevant annexes, which as minimum must include:

i. List of people/organizations interviewed or consulted
ii. Bibliography of the documents reviewed
iii. Evaluation work plan
iv. Terms of Reference for the evaluation
i. A summary of the findings (in Ms PowerPoint) to be used for subsequent dissemination.
ii. The final cleaned dataset used for analysis and production of final report in an accessible electronic format (csv, excel, SPSS, STATA). All raw sex age disaggregated data (quantitative data files, transcripts of FGDs etc.) should also be submitted to Plan for reference and future use.

8.0 Bidding process and requirements

1. A detailed technical proposal clearly outlining the proposed methods for the evaluation and examples of gender responsive tools to be used. The disability inclusion perspective should also be taken into account in the evaluation.
2. Curriculum Vitae(s) of proposed staff outlining relevant education expertise and experience including gender.
3. A table clearly stating the level of effort of each proposed team member.
4. A financial proposal with a detailed breakdown of costs for planning and carrying out the evaluation study.
5. A proposed timeframe detailing activities and a schedule/work plan (including a Gantt chart), in line with the timeframe provided in this TOR and with consideration for the time it will take for Plan to review documents (inception and evaluation report, etc.) before finalization.
6. Names and contact information of three references who can be contacted regarding relevant experience

The detailed technical proposal should:

Show a thorough understanding of this terms of referenceInclude a description of the preferred gender and disability sensitive data gathering and sampling methodsDemonstrate previous experience in conducting quantitative and qualitative study approachesDemonstrate inclusivity gender equality and non-discrimination in the conduct of the studyDemonstrate approaches that will be used to ensure child protection and ethics and principles will be applied throughout the design and data collection phases of the project, and how marginalized or vulnerable women, girls, boys and men will be included.

The financial proposal should contain:

Itemized consultancy fees/costsItemized field data collection expenses, including lines for enumerator compensation and transportationItemized administrative expensesValidity period of quotationsAdheres to payment schedule of 50% upon production of acceptable inception report (including proposed tools) and 50% upon production of acceptable Final report (50:50).

The consulting team profile should contain:

The full names of all participating consultants and their roles, including technical expertisePhysical address of the firmTelephone number (s) of the firm (if applicable) and participating consultantsFull name and contact information of the contact person within the consulting teamDate of registration and Registration NumberCopy of registration or other certificate, VAT and PINFull names of Directors/Proprietors

10. Timeframe

The consultant is expected to suggest a reasonable time (working days) during which they are able to accomplish the task. Take note that these proposed days are subject to agreement with Plan International. Plan reserves the right to determine the number of days within which the study will be undertaken.

11.0 Ownership

All documents, project designs, completed survey instruments, drawings, technical data and other information including FGD transcripts shall remain the property of Plan International and shall be treated as confidential by the consultant(s) at all times. Plan reserves the right to access these documents at any point during the consultancy period. They shall not be made available to any third party whatsoever, in any form, without the prior written approval of a properly authorised employee of Plan.

The utilisation of all proposals, plans and reports and other information provided by the consultant(s) is the property of Plan International and the use thereof is solely at the discretion of Plan International. All documents and other papers, whether in soft or hard copy and whether containing data or other information, provided by Plan International shall be returned complete to Plan International upon completion of the assignment.

12.0 Child Protection Policy

The consultant and associates must sign and demonstrate commitment to strictly adhere to Plan’s Child Protection Policy. It is also the responsibility of the Consultant to ensure that all persons hired, used or otherwise consulted by him/her are made familiar with the Policy and agree to abide by it during the execution of this work.

13.0 Consultant(s) Qualifications

The consultancy should have an integrated team of experts in child protection, economic empowerment, Education with a bias on early child hood care and development, M & E specialist, with demonstrated high level experience in evaluations for development projects with a good working knowledge of gender equity, disability inclusion and child participation.

The Consultants must have the following competencies:

The lead consultant must have a background in Child Protection, Education with a bias on Early Child hood Care and development or related Social Sciences field (at a minimum of Master’s Degree Level) and have particular expertise in child protection integrated with education and disability inclusionTeam members should have a minimum qualification of degree in social sciences, education, child protection and an extensive knowledge and understanding of community based child protection mechanismsHave at least five years’ experience in the area of child protection/ early childhood careExperience in the formulation, monitoring and evaluation of child protection & education projectsDemonstrate evidence of undertaking similar work in Zambia for child protection and education projects.High level of professionalism and an ability to work independently and in high-pressure situations under tight deadlines.Strong interpersonal and communication skillsHe/she or a team member must be a qualified statisticianThe consultant must have working experience in Zambia and be familiar with the cultural background of rural communities where the project operatesDemonstrate experience with community development approaches; gender responsive participatory methodologies, disability inclusion, environmental protection, and children participation and inclusive education.Evidenced experience in conducting gender sensitive participatory qualitative and quantitative studiesEvidenced report writing (English language) and documentation skillsDemonstrates meeting all legal requirements.

14.0 SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS

The Technical and Financial proposals MUST be prepared in conformance to the guidelines and template provided in this terms of reference as minimum standard. All applications received by the submission date will be reviewed by a selection committee based on pre-determined objective criteria. Upon selection, the consultant(s)/ consulting firm would be invited for a discussion and requested to submit a detailed inception report and work plan prior to starting any data collection exercise.

Interested Consultants should send queries and submit their proposal clearly marked “TERMS OF REFERENCE TO CONDUCT A MID TERM EVALUATION FOR NORAD FRAMEWORK”

addressed to:

The Administration Manager,
Plan International Zambia,
87A Kabulonga Road, Lusaka

Email: email ;protected

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

Closing date for submission is Tuesday, 24th April, 2018

Project Manager – Ventilation Systems, Duct and Extraction Manufacturing

JOB OPPORTUNITIES AT ONE OF ZAMBIA’S LEADING AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION, ELEVATORS & ESCALATORS COMPANY.

Drake and Gorham Limited seek the services of qualified and experienced persons to fill the following position urgently:

PROJECT MANAGER-VENTILATION SYSTEMS, DUCT AND EXTRACTION MANUFATURING.

The suitable candidate must possess:

Degree/Diploma in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. Background -experience in HVAC-R, Air-conditioning in particular with Ventilation and Extraction Systems.Profound knowledge in Design and Manufacturing of all kinds of Ventilation and Extraction Systems -understanding of Spiral ducting manufacturing systems such as Plasma Cutter Machines etc.-Experience in Coded Steel Pipe Welding.10 years experience as Manager/Supervisor practical hands on dealing with the above.Member of the EIZ.Must be able to Lead, Teach and Train Juniors

All applications must reach the Human Resource Department by close of business on 20th April 2018

Email: email ;protected
email ;protected

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

Media and Event Manager

Website Raziela Events & Media Solutions – REAMS

Videography, Photography, Event Management, & Fashion

As a Media Manager you will play an integral part of a larger, best-in-class, cross-functional team. You will support your broader marketing team that is dedicated to specific shows, all with the goal of delivering on point media strategies and plans to cultivate and grow existing and new audiences.

The ideal candidate will be a clear, confident communicator with marketing and/or advertising experience on the agency or brand side. We are a right brain/left brain organization driven by creativity and fueled by data. As such, this person will possess a demonstrated analytic mind-set with a passion for creativity and thinking beyond the borders of what has been done before. We look for people that are dynamic, interesting, hardworking and who love TV & Entertainment.

This role works across all media channels and platform while partnering with brand and social marketing, creative, partnerships, and agency partners. Day to day responsibilities include ensuring media strategy, planning, and execution are best in class, agency management, analytics (media performance and application), and accounting/budgeting.

This position requires someone who is articulate both in written and verbal communication, energetic and passionate about all things marketing and advertising with an eagerness and willingness to learn and support a great team. This role reports to the VP of Media and maintains a close and highly responsive relationship with the marketing directors, social and brand Managers, as well as media agencies and show partners.

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Media Strategy and Planning

Own and manage media strategy and developmentWork with Research team to identify new and existing audiences on a show by show basisApply media objectives, strategies, target audience analysis and communication plan creation on your accounts and manage junior staffWork closely with the VP of Media, Director of Marketing, Research Team, Social and MediaAgencies and media partners in helping to identify the target audience(s) for various marketing initiatives throughout the year – pre, during, post season.Assist the broader team in developing go-to-market strategies to reach those audiences via paid, owned and earned channels. The channels include, TV, Print, OOH, paid social, brand partnerships, experiential activations and digital platforms.Work with the Project and Assets Director to supervise the execution of approved media plans by consistently updating and verifying specifications, flight dates, budgets, and delivery information with the media and creative agencies and vendors.Keep your finger on the pulse of the competitive marketplace and overall industry reporting on the latest news, findings and trends and sharing with AMC/SundanceTV teams.

Ad Operations

Schedule and traffic various components of the media campaign, making sure to disseminate pertinent information, ensuring efficient workflow and timely delivery of assets.Monitor live campaigns and report throughout.Liaise with AMC Business Affairs/Legal to ensure all materials and rules are compliant with company policy.Help manage and monitor the media budget, tracking estimate and invoices required for the budgetary approval process.Act as liaison with vendors and budget manager to ensure all paperwork is submitted and payments are issued in a timely mannerSome administrative duties such as meeting scheduling, etc.

Analytics

Work closely with analytic group to set-up, implement and review media analytics across all shows.Demonstrate digital expertise – savvy with digital media, analytics tools and paid social media.Optimize digital media efforts based on performance data supplied to you by analytics teamProvide recommendations for ongoing plan improvements

Accounting & Investment Management

Coordinate approved investment across client, publisher and internal accounting teamsDay to day plan updates based on client direction and/or market dynamics, manage junior planner tasksReview invoices to match planned spend and update plan, manage junior planner tasks.

QUALIFICATIONS (Required & Preferred)

4-5yrs. experience in a similar marketing/media role, advertising or communications role on brand or agency side.Passionate about television, pop culture and tech. Entertainment experience a plus, but not mandatory.Self-starter who is self-motivated with strong collaboration abilities.Strong time and project management ability.Experience with paid social media, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, etc.Proficient in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint programs.Experience interfacing with finance, accounting, and legal systems.Familiarity with traditional as well as new media production.

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

IT and Administration Assistant

Position IT and Administration Assistant
Duty Station Kalulushi Field Office

ROLE PURPOSE: To provide technical support and communication by monitoring, maintaining and troubleshooting all workplace technologies, responding to user requests, adhering to country level, regional level and global level IT changes that directly or indirectly impact the organization. To attend to administrative support functions

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:

Equipment Maintenance:

Keeping all anti-virus, spyware and applications and utilities updated;Defragmenting and hard drive checks;Dust and blow desktops, laptops, server and printers and keeping vents unblocked;Ensure replacement of any malfunctioning components by the supplier or when the equipment is out of warranty order the component and replace;Ensure all equipment has a surge protector and UPS;Front office management;Stores and asset management.

IT Support:

Installing and configuring all computer hardware, software, systems, networks, printers and scanners;Planning and undertaking scheduled all maintenance upgrades;Liaising with all computer users to determine the nature of problems;Responding to breakdowns;Carrying out investigations, diagnosing and solving computer software and hardware faults;Repairing equipment and replacing parts;Completing and sending excel sheets on work done for the month;Securing replacement or specialist components, fixtures or fittings;Checking computer equipment for electrical safety;Maintaining records of software licences at the sub office;Managing stocks of equipment, consumables and other supplies at the sub office;Ensuring that SCI IT policy is adhered to;Collaborate with CO IT on all issues concerning the infrastructure of the country office setup;Perform backups of all information at the sub office;Provide IT support for the Lusaka office when needed;Assist users understand any new SCI applications deployed at HQ/RO/CO level;Develop or rollout new and innovative solutions to support SCI programs;Taking charge of all IT related infrastructure at the sub office in collaboration with the CO ICT Specialist.

Administration

Responsible for all front office duties;Ensure that office assets and goods are regularly updated in inventory management system and that items are in good working order;Ensure that office has adequate office requisites and that the stores is well maintained.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Diploma in Management Information Systems or equivalent IT qualification and/or administration;At least 3 years’ experience working with servers;Must be a paid up member of the relevant indigenous professional body;Sound knowledge of Windows server 2008R2/2012R2;Cisco Certified Network Associate CCNA;Sound knowledge of MySQL.

Child Safeguarding:

Level 3 – the responsibilities of the post may require the post holders to have regular contact with or access to children or young people. In this regard, the job holder should be in a position to work and uphold the interest of Children and uphold the organization’s Child Safeguarding policy.

How to Apply:

Please send only your application letter clearly stating the position in the subject line with a detailed CV indicating 3 traceable referees, one of whom should have been direct supervisor, through email to: The Director Human Resources at email ;protected .
PLEASE DO NOT ATTACH COPIES OF YOUR CERTIFICATES Please ensure that you mention www.gozambiajobs.com as the source of this job advertisement.

The closing date for receipt of applications is 20th April 2018. Only short listed candidates will be notified. Save the children being a Child Safeguarding organisation reserves the right to check (through references) that candidates being considered are suitable to work with Children.

Gender Specialist/Advisor

Organization Background

Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian non-governmental organization that advances children’s rights and equality for girls.

We believe in the power and potential of every child. But this is often suppressed by poverty, violence, exclusion and discrimination. And its girls who are most affected. Working together with children, young people, our supporters and partners, we strive for a just world, tackling the root causes of the challenges facing girls and all vulnerable children.

We have been building powerful partnerships for children for 80 years, and are now active in more than 70 countries. Child protection is key in all that we do.

Working in Zambia since 1996, Plan International Zambia’s development and capacity building programmes focus primarily on Education, Health, Water and Sanitation, Economic Security and Youth Empowerment, including Child Protection and Participation. Plan International Zambia has programme units in; Central, Luapula, and Eastern Provinces including in Lusaka, where the Country Office is located.

Plan is seeking suitable persons to fill the positions below:

GENDER SPECIALIST/ ADVISOR CO  (2 Year contract)

The Gender Specialist position is a full time position. He/She will report to the Program and Strategy Manger (PSM). The Gender Specialist will have overall responsibility to lead the gender component in the organization. He/She will be responsible for ensuring that gender consideration is integrated into all project designs including implementation to ensure that the approach is indeed gender-transformative.

Key areas of responsibility include:

Lead and support the design of gender transformative approaches, tools and projects.Documentation, Reporting and dissemination of outcomes and impact of the projectsManagement, technical support and supervision of the child marriages and gender focused interventionsAnalyze the gender situation, flag gender issues and concerns and recommend ways to address these.Mobilization and effective utilization and management of child marriages and gender based programsContributing to strategic leadership and influencing in girls rights for the organization

Individual Specifications:

University degree in Development studies/Gender studies/Human Rights/Social sciences or Related disciplineA Master’s Degree or higher will be an added advantage10 Years working experience in the above fields particularly Gender focused projects/programsExtensive experience working in the above field of gender and social transformation to include the design and implementation of gender approachesExpertise in Gender methodology; concepts and social norms

For full details on the job profile please send an email, clearly stating the job title of interest to email ;protected.  Kindly note that only candidates who meet the above specifications and competencies should apply enclosing their CVs, and photocopies of their relevant academic qualifications. Please ensure that you mention www.gozambiajobs.com as the source of this job advertisement. Day time telephone and/or mobile contacts should be clearly indicated. Applications should reach the undersigned not later than FRIDAY 20TH APRIL 2018. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

For those wishing to write in please use the address as follows;

The Country Human Resource Manager
Plan International Zambia
Private Bag 518X
Plot 87 A Kabulonga road
Kabulonga.
LUSAKA.               

Plan International provides equal employment opportunities to qualified and experienced women and men.

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