Provincial PMTCT Officer

Vacancy Announcement

USAID SAFE Project – NorthWestern Province

mothers2mothers Zambia seeks to recruit a Provincial PMTCT Officer for the JSI led, USAID Supporting an AIDS-Free Era (SAFE) program in Zambia. The five year project will work to reduce HIV mortality, morbidity and transmission, while improving nutrition outcomes and family planning integration in three provinces: Central, Copperbelt, and North-Western.

USAID SAFE will work with the GRZ, private sector and civil society institutions at the national, provincial, and district level to increase access to ART for HIV positive adults and children, reduce the incidence of new infections, improve Nutritional Assessment, Counseling and Services (NACS) and family planning services, and increase the capacity of local health institutions to better serve affected populations.

The Provincial PMTCT Officer will coordinate the implementation of quality m2m Mentor Mother Services to women and children at USAID SAFE facilities and surrounding communities in North Western Province; supervise all Team Leaders and Mentor Mothers; and monitor and ensure quality improvement of m2m services. This position will be responsible for working closely with the Provincial and District Medical Officers, facility staff, and community stakeholders.
The position will be based in Solwezi, Zambia, employed by m2m and seconded to the JSI-led USAID SAFE project.

The position will reports to the PMTCT Specialist (m2m-employed) based in Lusaka, with a dotted line reporting to the USAID SAFE Regional Director, North Western (JSI-employed).

Description of tasks/Key performance areas

Mentor Mother Site Implementation (50%)

Oversee Mentor Mother program implementation at health facility and community level, ensuring quality service delivery to clientsAdministrate the use of electronic client management tools at facility and communityCoordinate integration of Mentor Mother services into the health facilities and community activities. Build and maintain relationships with health facility staff and other implementing partners working in the facility and the community, to maximize retention in care and adherence to treatment.Develop and implement provincial site management work planManage performance of the facility and Community Team Leaders including work schedules and leave for all site staff. Liaise with HR officer to address site-level human resource issues.Provide supportive supervision at site level

Performance Monitoring and Improvement (45%)

Conduct site-level supervision and monitoring activities and monthly quality improvement and performance monitoring meetings at site levelMonitor monthly facility and community-level data, compile and assess areas for quality/service improvement. Consolidate data and report to USAID SAFE program and M&E teams and provincial/district stakeholders. Develop and implement geo-location improvement plans, roll-out interventions to promote continued service integration, quality and effectiveness (where needed)Liaise with Training and Capacity Building Manager and M&E team to assess site performance and implement joint interventions as requiredConduct on-site capacity building of site staff and contribute to/co-facilitate in-service trainings.

Provincial and District Engagement (10%)

Represent Mentor Mother intervention in provincial and district coordinating forums including managing strategic relationships with Provincial and District Medical Offices including RMNCH/PMTCT counterparts at the provincial/district Ministry of Health level, and other implementing partners/stakeholdersProduce project/geo-location reports
Contribute to provincial USAID SAFE activities and perform other duties as assigned.


Bachelor’s degree/diploma or equivalent in Nursing, Social Science, Public Health, or related fieldMinimum of two years’ field experience in public health work with a focus on RMNCH, PMTCT, or HIV/AIDS programming, with supervisory experience preferredStrong project management experienceDemonstrated knowledge of/exposure to PMTCT/RMNCH policy and working knowledge of relevant MOH protocolsKnowledge of MOH M&E systems and toolsExperience in on-site technical supervision using programmatic toolsExperience working within provincial and district health systems in Zambia, with experience in North Western Province and with lay health care workers and peer educators preferredExperience in supporting use of electronic client management tools is preferredExperience working on USAID/PEPFAR programs preferredExperience of managing discrete budgets and reconciliation of accounts preferredKnowledge of basic human resource management; experience line managing staff preferredExperience working in a cross-functional project teamDemonstrated experience with report writing and use of data for program improvements and decision makingExperience in maintaining relationships with internal and external stakeholders at multiple levelsProficient in use of MS Office programs: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OutlookFluent in English and Bemba

Competencies required

Good mentoring skillsAbility to manage time and competing demands to meet deadlinesExcellent communication skillsAbility to work independently and problem solveGood interpersonal and team building skills

To Apply:

Interested applicants should apply for this position via by 5 June 2018.

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4 x Sales Assistantants


Health and Wellness, Lusaka, Zambia

An established Health and Wellness Company is looking for Energetic and Vibrant Sales Assistants to help them build up their business operations. The goal is to meet and surpass the company’s expectations to drive rapid and sustainable growth.



Reporting To: Managing Director
Supervision Of: Self
Interacts With: Management,Customers


Sell Health products by establishing contact and developing relationships with prospects
Maintain relationships with clients by providing support, information and guidance
Identify product improvements or new products by remaining current on industry trends and market activities
Prepare reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information.
Maintain quality service by establishing and enforcing organization standards
Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed


Experience: 3 years
Education Level: Diploma Level
Qualifications: Sales and Marketing or Health Related Programmes
Software: Excellent knowledge of MS Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Equipment: Job Related
Knowledge Of: Fast moving consumer goods, Health and Wellness Products
Skills To: Build client relationships, excellent interpersonal skills
Ability To: Learn quickly, market and sell effectively
Personality: Honest, Reliable and a Strong sense of ethics
Other: Desire and passion to exceed customer expectations


Industry: Health and Wellness
Culture: Dynamic
Gender Profile: Mixed
Age Profile: Between 24 and 37 years of age


Employment: Contract
Location: Lusaka, Zambia
Nationals Only: Yes
Remuneration: Negotiable

Zambia Government Relations Analyst

One Acre Fund works closely with local and national governments. Our principal focus is the Ministry of Agriculture in countries where we operate, but we also pay close attention to other actors in the agricultural sector. Our aim is to share information on what we do and serve as ambassadors for the One Acre Fund brand to government. We also require detailed insights into the strategic, regulatory, and legislative issues affecting the sector.

Our government relations team supports field operations to provide vital services to farmers. It also informs our wider policy, communications and outreach work. We believe that powerful opportunities exist to partner with the government to share and implement effective policy, coordinated with our significant field presence.

In Zambia, the Analyst will be responsible for building high-level political champions and deepening existing relationships with officials at the Ministry of Agriculture at local and national levels, while also ensuring our field operations are compliant with regulatory requirements. They will also coordinate the work of local government relations officers at the provincial, district and village levels, supporting field operations in existing districts and helping drive expansion into new districts as well.

The successful applicant will report to the Government Relations Manager and work closely with the government relations and policy team. The position will be based in Lusaka, with frequent travel to our field HQ in Kabwe on a regular basis and for several weeks at a time. As one of our only staff based in Lusaka, the analyst will act as a resource and focal point for field-based colleagues in our growing Zambia team. There is potential for growth into a global support role, which would provide strategy and management support to regional programs such as Malawi and provide opportunities to manage staff in those places as well.

There are several major duties:


Manage and coordinate government relations strategy and execution for all levels of Government in Zambia.Create and execute strategies to build key political champions to help support the growth of theZambia program and safeguard One Acre Fund’s investment.Coordinate the activities of at least two local government relations staff that cover one province in Zambia, and carry out hiring of additional local government staff to support rapid program expansion.Deliver trainings on work planning, strategic thinking, IT skills and mentoring for the local government team.Enhance quarterly reports, field visits, and overall local government outreach.Identify local government relations support needed for operation expansion.Maintain and build One Acre Fund relations with key local agricultural sector actors such as regulators, research institutions, donor programs, partner organizations, and local media.
Southeast and Southern AfricaInterpret and explain policies and laws applicable to One Acre Fund field operations, both at the country and regional levels


One Acre Fund invests in building management and leadership skills. Your manager and a global support team will commit significant time in your career development. We provide constant, actionable feedback delivered through mentorship and through regular management consulting-style career reviews. We also have regular one-on-one meetings, where we listen to and discuss career goals, and work collaboratively to craft roles that each person can be passionate about. Because of our rapid growth, we constantly have new high-level roles opening up and opportunities in many functions.


We are seeking an exceptional professional with 2+ years of work experience and ideally a demonstrated passion for international development. Candidates who fit the following criteria are strongly encouraged to apply:

Strong work experiences. Examples include a demanding professional work experience, or successful entrepreneurial experience, e.g. starting a field program, leading a conference, starting a business, etc.Experience building and managing networks of key clients or contacts.People management experience highly desirable.Leadership experience at work, or outside of work.Strong research and analytical skills.Humility. We are looking for passionate professionals who combine strong leadership skills with patience and a humble approach to service.A willingness to commit to living in Southeast and Southern Africa with frequent travel to rural areas for at least two years – this is a long-term, career-track role.Language: English is required in all locations. Bemba/Nyanja/Tonga are an advantage.



DURATION: Minimum 2-year commitment, full-time job


We offer a modest starting salary that affords a high quality of life in our areas of operation. This is a career-track role with performance-based raises and the ability to expand responsibilities over time.

BENEFITS: Health insurance, immunizations, flights, housing.


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ART Specialist/Clinician Consultant

Position Title: ART Specialist/Clinician Consultant
Position Type: Short-term Consultancy (Immediate placement – 1 – 6 months)
Location: Central Province – (selected hospitals, health centres, urban/rural areas and isolated clinics within Central Province).

Job Summary

The USAID/PEPFAR SAFE Project works closely with GRZ health facilities to provide HIV/AIDS services in Central, Copperbelt and North-western Provinces. The project now seeks the services of experienced, qualified and energetic health professionals to fill the position of ART providers/facility-based clinicians who will be based in the districts across the Province This position will report to the SAFE Provincial Director of Clinical Services and staff at the facility TBD.

Primary Responsibilities and Duties:

Provide the complete range of services to ART clients on a daily basis;Initiate new clients on to treatment using the most recent treatment guidelines from MOH;Ensure that ART clients have their laboratory investigations and receive their results as per GRZ standards;Follow up with the Laboratory on outstanding results;Inform SAFE/Facility about any signs of drug resistance that you observeWork with treatment adherence supporters to ensure that all patients are retained on treatment and that they get positive outcomes from treatment;Refer clients who are not ART adherent to treatment adherence supporters for counselling and to develop adherence plan including parents struggling with paediatric adherence.Work with district and SAFE Project nutritionists to provide all clients with a Nutrition Assessment and Counselling serviceWork with the M&E unit and project Data Entry Clerks (DEK’s) to compile trends related to the UNAIDS strategy of 90-90-90;Work with M+E unit to observe and document trends related to viral load results for each client and per facility and report cases of high VL through relevant channels;Establish a system for daily data review on key indicators which includes reporting anomalies or data spikes to supervisor. Develop responsive action plan where appropriate;Attend facility and district led meetings on ART particularly those involving SAFE supported facilities;Conduct consultative facility level meetings with the aim of sharing and reviewing data and making action plans;Establish communication pattern with the TB department to make bidirectional referrals and to rule out co-morbidity of HIV and TB;Provide on-site mentorship to facility staff on new developments in ART;Complete monthly and quarterly reports as well as participate in DQA activities;Work closely with and supervise community volunteers to ensure that they are maximizing time, attending to duties and following and supporting clients, which includes the indexing of newly HIV diagnosed clients, following-up with pre-ART clients who need initiation and active tracking of defaulters.Any other duty assigned by SAFE Senior staff;

Qualifications, competencies and core operational behaviours:

Diploma in Clinical Sciences or Clinical Medicine with additional training and experience in adult and paediatric ART;Willingness and ability to work long hours and hours outside of 8-5;Willingness to work in the field and to support and supervise volunteers outside the facility;Ability to work in harmony with GRZ and SAFE staff and adhere to code of conduct and ethics;Maintain positive communication skills and personality appropriate for mentoring health workers and on the job training;Able to exhibit professionalism, respect, confidentiality and positivity;Ability to be flexible and innovative while adhering to best practices;In-depth knowledge and understanding – practice of both WHO and Zambian treatment guidelines;Ability to multi-task efficiently and prioritize activities in support of Project goals and deadlines;Willingness to support roving/mobile teams when called upon.

Applicants should be ready for immediate placement to facilities in both rural and urban settings. GRZ applicants must have proof of valid approval of time off from their facilities in order for them to be considered.

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Closing Date: May 28, 2018

Engineer – SCADA

The Copperbelt Energy Corporation PLC (CEC) is an independent power transmission and distribution Company with interests in closely linked businesses in Zambia and the African region.

CEC invites applications from suitably qualified, innovative and dynamic individuals to take up the position of Engineer – SCADA based at our Head Office in Kitwe and reporting to the Manager – Cyber Security.

Job Purpose

To provide efficient, reliable and effective SCADA network through planning, designing, directing, implementing of condition-based maintenance and repair of all SCADA equipment / facilities vital for continuous supply of electricity to CEC customers.

Key Accountabilities

Plan, develop and implement efficient and effective condition-based maintenance / repair procedures to facilitate rapid fault investigations and quick restoration of SCADA services to sustain operations and maximize equipment availability.Reduce the down time of critical SCADA equipment connected to the system by quick restoration of service in order to maintain system integrity and enhance system security.Document emergency preparedness and exercises regularly make system and data backups and ensure up-to-date off-site storage.Regularly carry out Disaster Recovery exercises to guarantee recovery of SCADA network in CATIII or any other catastrophic failure.Ensure optimum availability of critical insurance sparesEnsure 100% availability of SCADA inverter systems.Proactively, carry out regular checks and proof tests to manage capacity of the Inverter system.Ensure availability of extra capacity to allow for growth and unanticipated failure of modules.Develop effective equipment condition-monitoring programs through SCADA system studies, equipment performance, worldwide technological developments, obsolescence of installed equipment and engineer modifications to the system network to meet revised requirements.Formulate budget estimates / expenditure for the section and review recurrent expenditure to ensure compliance to guide lines and approved budgets.Proactively ensure all SCADA network and peripheral drawings are up to date.Ensure all changes are appropriately updated with all relevant offices.Ensure optimum availability of spares and control of resources i.e. labour, transport and material to support condition based maintenance, repair of faulty equipment and installation assignments to sustain operationsUndertake specific SCADA network projects as required to meet company operating requirements in a timely and cost effective manner.Train, develop and motivate subordinates in order to improve individual proficiency and core competence to enhance engineering standards in the section.Promote, Foster and ensure adherence to statutory and domestic safety rules and regulations in particular those relating to safe working practices in order to minimize injury to personnel and damage to company assets and environment.

Qualifications and Experience

Minimum: Grade 12 Certificate.Desirable: Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunications Engineering, or equivalent. Professional and relevant certification is an added advantage.Accreditation: Registered Engineer of Engineering Institution of Zambia.Experience: At least 5 years post graduate experience

Technical Skills:

Project managementBusiness AdministrationTechnical planning – robustness, stability, scaling, security, etc. of technology solutions.

If you are keen on the above position, kindly email your application to email ;protected Please indicate the job title in the subject line of your e-mail and use your full name and the job title as the filename of your application (e.g., GemstoneGobe_Engineer – Cyber Security). The application should consist of your letter and CV only, in a single document. Hardcopy applications will not be accepted.

The closing date is 23 May 2018.

Technician Machinist

The Copperbelt Energy Corporation PLC (CEC) is an independent power transmission and distribution Company with interests in closely linked businesses in Zambia and the African region.

CEC invites applications from suitably qualified, innovative and dynamic individuals to take up the position of Technician Machinist based at our Head Office in Kitwe and reporting to the Supervisor – Mechanical Workshops.

Job Purpose
To manufacture equipment components accurately and timely in order to minimise maintenance downtime and reduce procurement costs.

Key Accountabilities

Manufacture required equipment components in required time using machines to facilitate maintenance work;Undertake skimming and shaping duties on mechanical components to accurately shape the component to the required specification;Ensure that drilling, milling and slotting tasks on components are accurately accomplished to meet required specifications;Carry out required modifications on mechanical system components to improve existing system equipment performance;Engrave tugs for proper identification of equipment within the system;Keep records to assist in work scheduling and costing purpose;Carry out machining activities in the most effective and efficient manner to ensure that same are performed right the first time;Undertake any other job that may be assigned to him from time to time in compliance with company programmes of multi-skilling;Undertake and complete given assignment within allocated time frame to avoid unnecessary overtime;Ensure that all company resources under the section are used solely for company purposes and that there is no misuse of assets such as vehicles, tools etc.

Qualifications and Experience

Grade 12 full CertificateCraft Certificate-Machinist2 years working experienceEIZ membership


If you are keen on the above position, kindly email your application to email ;protected Please indicate the job title in the subject line of your e-mail and use your full name and the job you are applying for as the filename of your application (e.g., Dexter Mwewa_Technician – Machinist). The application should consist of your letter and CV only, in a single document. Hardcopy applications will not be accepted.

The closing date is 23 May 2018

Corporate Sales Assistant

Company Profile:

Laurence Paul is a privately held business established as a full service investment management, investment banking, investment advisory, principal investments and securities trading firm. Our firm is focused on providing unbiased advisory and investment services to entities and individuals involved in investing in and developing Africa’s productive infrastructure.

At Laurence Paul, we leverage the unique strengths of our people to provide our individual and institutional clients with a full range of financial services and product expertise across our business areas. We have an in-depth working knowledge of the business and regulatory environment and we work with financial institutions, major corporations, domestic and international investors, regulators and governments to encourage private sector led development. Laurence Paul is well positioned to satisfy the growing need for locally based asset management and securities trading firm that is capable of serving the demands of local and international investor clients.

Job Description:

To assist in Corporate selling and marketing against a given target.

The Corporate Sales Assistant will be involved in a broad range of activities including some or all of the following;

Identify and acquire corporate prospects.Market and sell corporate products.Prepare reports by collecting, analysing and summarizing information.Maintain relationships with corporate clients.Maintain quality service through enforcing organisation standards.Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, etc.


Excellent Interpersonal and communication skills.Good Analytical skills.Knowledge on Capital Markets.

Qualifications and Experience:

Full Grade 12 School Certificate.Minimum of a Diploma in Economics, Banking and Finance and Business Administration.Economics Association of Zambia (EAZ) membership is an added advantage.Valid Drivers Licence is an added advantage.At least Years’ experience in Corporate selling.

Working hours: 08:00 – 17:00 hrs, Monday-Friday unless required to work overtime hours.

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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Closing Date: 17:00 hrs, Thursday 24th May, 2018.

Treasury Supervisor (1)


To effectively oversee and safeguard the company’s liquid assets, ensure collections and liquidity of the company.

Qualifications and Experience:

Full professional accounting qualification; ACCA, CIMA or Degree equivalent in Accounting, Banking or related field. Minimum of 2 years accounting experience with a bias in treasury and taxation at supervisory level. Basic understanding of the FMCG/Telecom industry and knowledge of Zambia Tax framework an added advantage. Membership with Zambia Institute of Chartered Accountants (ZICA) a requirement.

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Closing date: Closing date: 21st May, 2018

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Agriculture Technology Specialist

Title: Agriculture Technology Specialist, Agricultural Technology Demonstration Centre, Zambia

Reports to: Program Manager and the Director – ATDC (dotted line)

Location: Zambia

Travel: 20% travel, locally and internationally

Partners: The University of Zambia and TechnoServe

The University of Zambia:
TechnoServe Inc.:

I. Program Description:

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have funded a three-year project which will provide technical support to two Agriculture Technology Demonstration Centres (ATDC) in Mozambique and Zambia. The goal of the project is to improve the effectiveness of the Chinese funded ATDC’s as technology and innovation hubs, making them key contributors to country led, inclusive agricultural transformation.

The project includes two core components; the first will support the ATDC leadership and staff to build their management capacity and strengthen organizational functions and the second component will enhance the ATDC’s capacity to identify, demonstrate, and pilot transformative technologies in key value chains. In Zambia, the focus will be on the indigenous poultry (free range or village chicken) value chain which was selected after a study was conducted on behalf of the ATDC. The project involves significant stakeholder engagement of value chain actors including the private sector, NGOs and Government ministries and institutions with the University of Zambia (UNZA) playing a significant role as the primary partner.

II. Position Description:

The Agriculture Technology Specialist is a three-year project funded position. The position will be housed at the ATDC with the first year’s employment through TechnoServe. To align with the goal of ensuring sustainability of the centre, the subsequent years of employment will be through University of Zambia with the vision of continuing beyond the life of the project.

The Agriculture Technology Specialist will be responsible for the introduction of the four-step ATDC Technology Transfer Model for the Agricultural Technology Demonstration Centre program in Zambia.

The Agriculture Technology Specialist’s role is:

To identify, test, and evaluate improved technologies and models;To support the ATDCs to engage with local research institutes, private sector companies, and NGO projects to identify, test, and evaluate existing technology solutions which might be a good fit with SHF needs;To develop and disseminate training-of-trainers (TOTs) programs and materials on selected technologies;To support capacitation of ATDC to implement ATDC Technology Transfer Model (TTM) process, including the development of various frameworks and tools;To engage in dissemination of results from the TTM to relevant stakeholders; andTo support development of communications regarding results of technology demonstrations and broader ATDC communication needs.

Specific core responsibilities include:

Be part of the design of the Industry Strategic Plan (ISP) for indigenous poultry and manage its implementation;Identify relevant technologies to demonstrate and pilot for the indigenous poultry sector;Conduct and manage the smallholder farmer needs assessment; develop data-sets and facilitate the poultry assessment on behalf of ATDC;Develop training materials and participate in the training of farmers taking part in the Project;Monitor and evaluate the success of demonstration plots and assist to determine the technologies which will be piloted;Monitor and evaluate the success of the poultry pilot which will contribute to the strategy to scale-up implementation;Assist the Program Manager in the implementation of program strategy and activities in accordance with overall programmatic practices (donor relations, communications and visibility, special projects, reporting); andAssist in the effective monitoring and evaluation of program activities including monitoring farmer demonstration and pilot plots.

III. Skills & Experience

Qualifications & experience

Zambian citizen or right to work in Zambia;Degree in agricultural science with a specification in animal husbandry or related discipline, Masters preferred;5 years of experience working in the agriculture sector, preferably in the private sectorProven experience working in the poultry value chain with knowledge in poultry production and preferably directly with indigenous (free range) poultry;Strong knowledge of general agribusiness in Zambia and working with small-holder farmers (SHFs);Strategy development and implementation, and development of strategic partnerships is an added advantage; andPrevious experience working in a multi-cultural environment; knowledge of Chinese culture / language is an added advantage.


Results oriented, with proven track record of working to achieve business targets;Strong analytical skills, including quantitative;Demonstrated capacity to produce high quality reports in English;Proven ability to create buy-in and build consensus among colleagues and stakeholders;Strong skills in business software (Excel, PowerPoint etc.);Strong interpersonal and communications skills in a multi-cultural environment;Ability to develop well-written, cohesive analyses and reports; andWritten and spoken fluency in English.

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, (3) salary history, and (4) telephone contacts of three professional 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 5th June 2018.

Note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted. No phone calls please

TechnoServe is an equal opportunity employer.