Driver/Mechanic at AAR Japan

Organizational background

AAR Japan is an international NGO that reaches out to the most vulnerable populations around the globe, guided by the principles of neutrality and impartiality.

Founded in 1979, we have been working towards achieving a world where all people, as unique and diverse human beings, can coexist with human dignity and in harmony.

Project outline

In the 20 years since the opening of our office in Meheba Refugee Settlement in today’s Kalumbila District, AAR Japan supported refugees, mainly from Angola, in various areas such as health, education and agriculture until the majority of them repatriated in 2004.

In 2017 we relaunched Meheba operation to provide assistance to former Angolan refugees and Zambian households in the designated Local Integration area. After 2 years of supporting the former refugees and Zambian residents to build integrated communities through 1) forming self-help groups among residents regardless of their status and 2) empowering the groups to work together in water and sanitation management, we plan to further extend our support in the area of livelihood/ agriculture)  from 2019.

We aim to strengthen the ability of the residents to implement livelihood activities by providing/distributing necessary equipment and assisting them to conduct collaborative livelihood activities such as joint transport of produce to markets or information sharing session among group members.

Responsibilities

  • Provide safe and smooth transportations for the staff of AAR Japan
  • Conduct day-to-day maintenance of the office vehicles and ensure that the vehicles are kept in good condition
  • Keep records of the use of office vehicles, daily mileage, fuel consumption, oil changes and repairs.
  • Make prompt arrangements of office vehicles’ repair in case of a breakdown or malfunction
  • Arrange and carry out regular maintenance at a garage
  • Develop lists for tools and spare parts of vehicles using Microsoft Excel and manage accordingly
  • Procure and manage stocks for vehicle and office maintenance when necessary
  • Perform other duties as assigned by Programme Coordinators and Head of Office

Needed Qualification

  • Completed Grade 12
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Have good understanding on driving rules and regulations in Zambia
  • Able to assess vehicles for mechanical fitness and skills in minor vehicle repair
  • Able to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals
  • Must not have any accident record in the past 5 years
  • Able to communicate fluently in English
  • Knowledge of local languages spoken in Meheba resettlement area will be an added advantage
  • l  Experience in working for other organization/ office or experience as a vehicle mechanic will be an added value
  • Interested Candidate must submit the following by 30th August 2019:

    1. Application letter
    2. Two (2) recommendation letters with referees’ contact details
    3. CV with applicant’s contact details
    4. Photocopy of ID (either of National Registration Card,
    5. Passport or Alien Card)
    6. Educational/Professional certificates
    7. Other relevant certificates

    How to Apply

    Candidate may submit hard copy to the following;

    AAR Japan office at Former MSF Compound, Road 36, Block D, Meheba Refugee Settlement

    Or send soft copy to

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    .

    Any application after the due date or incomplete applications shall not be considered. Application with any single document lacking shall be STRICTLY EXCLUDED from further selection process.

    Please note that only successful candidate will be contacted. The interview shall take place either in Meheba refugee settlement or Solwezi and AAR Japan shall not cover any cost related to the interview such as transportation, accommodation or per diem

    General Worker at AAR Japan

    Organizational background

    AAR Japan is an international NGO that reaches out to the most vulnerable populations around the globe, guided by the principles of neutrality and impartiality.

    Founded in 1979, we have been working towards achieving a world where all people, as unique and diverse human beings, can coexist with human dignity and in harmony.

    Project outline

    In the 20 years since the opening of our office in Meheba Refugee Settlement in today’s Kalumbila District, AAR Japan supported refugees, mainly from Angola, in various areas such as health, education and agriculture until the majority of them repatriated in 2004.

    In 2017 we relaunched Meheba operation to provide assistance to former Angolan refugees and Zambian households in the designated Local Integration area. After 2 years of supporting the former refugees and Zambian residents to build integrated communities through 1) forming self-help groups among residents regardless of their status and 2) empowering the groups to work together in water and sanitation management, we plan to further extend our support in the area of livelihood/ agriculture)  from 2019.

    We aim to strengthen the ability of the residents to implement livelihood activities by providing/distributing necessary equipment and assisting them to conduct collaborative livelihood activities such as joint transport of produce to markets or information sharing session among group members.

    Responsibilities

    • Cleaning of office and related facilities, washing of clothes, preparing meals, fetching water
    • Assist preparing meals for workshops
    • Assist office administrative tasks upon request (Photocopying of documents etc)

    Needed Qualification

    • Able to work in a flexible manner in performing assigned duties
    • Able to communicate in English
    • Able to commute every day(Mon- Fri) to the office in Block D in Meheba refugee settlement
    • Experience in working for other organization/ office will be an added advantage

    Interested Candidate must submit the following by 30th August 2019:

    1. Application letter
    2. Two (2) recommendation letters with referees’ contact details
    3. CV with applicant’s contact details
    4. Photocopy of ID (either of National Registration Card,
    5. Passport or Alien Card)
    6. Educational/Professional certificates
    7. Other relevant certificates

    How to Apply

    Candidate may submit hard copy to the following;

    AAR Japan office at Former MSF Compound, Road 36, Block D, Meheba Refugee Settlement

    Or send soft copy to

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    .

    Any application after the due date or incomplete applications shall not be considered. Application with any single document lacking shall be STRICTLY EXCLUDED from further selection process.

    Please note that only successful candidate will be contacted. The interview shall take place either in Meheba refugee settlement or Solwezi and AAR Japan shall not cover any cost related to the interview such as transportation, accommodation or per diem

    Livelihood Specialist at AAR Japan

    Organizational background

    AAR Japan is an international NGO that reaches out to the most vulnerable populations around the globe, guided by the principles of neutrality and impartiality.

    Founded in 1979, we have been working towards achieving a world where all people, as unique and diverse human beings, can coexist with human dignity and in harmony.

    Project outline

    In the 20 years since the opening of our office in Meheba Refugee Settlement in today’s Kalumbila District, AAR Japan supported refugees, mainly from Angola, in various areas such as health, education and agriculture until the majority of them repatriated in 2004.

    In 2017 we relaunched Meheba operation to provide assistance to former Angolan refugees and Zambian households in the designated Local Integration area. After 2 years of supporting the former refugees and Zambian residents to build integrated communities through 1) forming self-help groups among residents regardless of their status and 2) empowering the groups to work together in water and sanitation management, we plan to further extend our support in the area of livelihood/ agriculture)  from 2019.

    We aim to strengthen the ability of the residents to implement livelihood activities by providing/distributing necessary equipment and assisting them to conduct collaborative livelihood activities such as joint transport of produce to markets or information sharing session among group members.

    Responsibilities

    • Provide technical advice on livelihood activities to beneficiaries of the project as well as to other staff members of AAR Japan Meheba Office.
    • Conduct research on the livelihood activities in the local integration area and submit written reports to Chief Field Coordinator, Programme Coordinator and Head of Office.
    • Submit concept paper and budget for a workshop concerning livelihood activities to Chief Field Coordinator.
    • Coordinate / facilitate workshops for concerning livelihood activities.
    • Liaise and collaborate with relevant stakeholders.
    • Communicate and share updated information on time with Field Coordinators, Chief Field Coordinator, Programme Coordinator and Head of Office when at project sites.
    • Plan activities daily, weekly, monthly and annually for smooth project implementation.
    • Perform other duties as assigned by Chief Field Coordinator, Programme Coordinator and Head of Office.

    Needed Qualification

    • Completed grade 12 (relevant diploma will be an added advantage)
    • Have minimum of 5 years work experience in livelihood improvement programmes
    • Experience in conducting capacity building trainings concerning livelihood activities
    • Have extensive knowledge on agricultural equipment and input
    • Good community participatory skills
    • Must possess proven ability to create good working relationships with partners, donors, NGO’S and relevant line Ministries
    • Excellent planning, monitoring and evaluation of information
    • Must be computer literate
    • Able to communicate fluently in English
    • Knowledge of local languages spoken in Meheba resettlement area will be an added advantage
    • Able to commute every day(Mon- Fri) to the office in Block D in Meheba refugee settlement

    Interested Candidate must submit the following by 30th August 2019:

    1. Application letter,
    2. Two (2) recommendation letters with referees’ contact details
    3. CV with applicant’s contact details
    4. Photocopy of ID (either of National Registration Card, Passport or Alien Card)
    5. Educational/Professional certificates
    6. Other relevant certificates

    How to Apply

    Candidate may submit hard copy to the following;

    AAR Japan office at Former MSF Compound, Road 36, Block D, Meheba Refugee Settlement

    Or send soft copy to

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    .

    Any application after the due date or incomplete applications shall not be considered. Application with any single document lacking shall be STRICTLY EXCLUDED from further selection process.

    Please note that only successful candidate will be contacted. The interview shall take place either in Meheba refugee settlement or Solwezi and AAR Japan shall not cover any cost related to the interview such as transportation, accommodation or per diem

    Field Coordinator at AAR Japan

    Organizational background

    AAR Japan is an international NGO that reaches out to the most vulnerable populations around the globe, guided by the principles of neutrality and impartiality.

    Founded in 1979, we have been working towards achieving a world where all people, as unique and diverse human beings, can coexist with human dignity and in harmony.

    Project outline

    In the 20 years since the opening of our office in Meheba Refugee Settlement in today’s Kalumbila District, AAR Japan supported refugees, mainly from Angola, in various areas such as health, education and agriculture until the majority of them repatriated in 2004.

    In 2017 we relaunched Meheba operation to provide assistance to former Angolan refugees and Zambian households in the designated Local Integration area. After 2 years of supporting the former refugees and Zambian residents to build integrated communities through 1) forming self-help groups among residents regardless of their status and 2) empowering the groups to work together in water and sanitation management, we plan to further extend our support in the area of livelihood/ agriculture)  from 2019.

    We aim to strengthen the ability of the residents to implement livelihood activities by providing/distributing necessary equipment and assisting them to conduct collaborative livelihood activities such as joint transport of produce to markets or information sharing session among group members.

    Responsibilities

    • Coordinate and monitor the activities of beneficiaries in the local integration area and give guidance where necessary.
    • Develop a concept paper and budget for workshop or any other event and make necessary arrangement for implementation.
    • Coordinate and facilitate workshops and any other events for the beneficiaries of the projects implemented by AAR Japan Meheba Office.
    • Conduct research/assessment to design/carry out projects.
    • Assist preparation of project budget through procurement research and quotation acquisition.
    • Submit written reports on the information gathered through visits to relevant parties such as international or local organizations and ministries, and participation in external meetings.
    • Liaise and collaborate with beneficiary groups and authorities including self-help groups in the local integration area and Kalumbila District Council.
    • Make and compile activity-related documents on electronic format including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Plan activities daily, weekly, monthly and annually for smooth project implementation.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by Chief Field Coordinator, Programme Coordinator and Head of Office.
  • Needed Qualification

    • Completed grade 12
    • Have minimum of 2 years work experience in community development/ social welfare programmes/ livelihood improvement programmes
    • Good community participatory skills
    • Must possess proven ability to create good working relationships with partners, donors, NGO’S and relevant line Ministries
    • Excellent planning, monitoring and evaluation of information
    • Must be computer literate (Microsoft Word and Excel)
    • Able to communicate fluently in English
    • Knowledge of local languages spoken in Meheba resettlement area will be an added advantage
    • Able to commute every day(Mon- Fri) to the office in Block D in Meheba refugee settlement

    Interested Candidate must submit the following by 30th August 2019:

    1. Application letter
    2. two (2) recommendation letters with referees’ contact details
    3. CV with applicant’s contact details
    4. Photocopy of ID (either of National Registration Card, Passport or Alien Card)
    5. Educational/Professional certificates
    6. Other relevant certificates

    How to Apply

    Candidate may submit hard copy to the following;

    AAR Japan office at Former MSF Compound, Road 36, Block D, Meheba Refugee Settlement

    Or send soft copy to

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    .

    Any application after the due date or incomplete applications shall not be considered. Application with any single document lacking shall be STRICTLY EXCLUDED from further selection process.

    Please note that only successful candidate will be contacted. The interview shall take place either in Meheba refugee settlement or Solwezi and AAR Japan shall not cover any cost related to the interview such as transportation, accommodation or per diem

    Project Field Officer at WWF Zambia

    WWF-World Wide Fund for Nature is the world’s largest independent conservation organization, with close to five million supporters and a network active in more than 100 countries on five continents. Our mission is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature by conserving the world’s biological diversity, ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.

    WWF Zambia seeks to recruit proficient, energetic and motivated individual to be part of the team in the following role: Position title: Project Field Officer- Bangweulu Landscape

    The WWF Zambia Country Office wishes to recruit a Project Field Officer for its Bangweulu Landscape covering Mpika, Lavushi Manda, Chalabesa, Samfya and Chitambo Districts in Northern Zambia. S/he will be responsible for planning and implementing wildlife and forest conservation initiatives in collaboration with the WWF’S Partners in the Bangweulu ecosystem.  S/he will be directly supervised by the Wildlife Programme Coordinator who is based in Lusaka. The Project Officer will have delegated duties for co-ordination of field activities and organisation of meetings and workshops.

    I. Major Duties and Responsibilities

    i. In consultation with the Wildlife Programme Lead, the Wildlife Programme Coordinator and  WWF Conservation Partners in Bangweulu Ecosystem, liaise and interact with project stakeholders including traditional leadership and communities in Chiundaponde and Kopa Chiefdoms.

    ii. Undertake delegated responsibility in implementing specific project activities related to facilitation of CBNRM, specifically community forest management, wildlife management, conservation agriculture, natural resource-based enterprise development and Conservation education. S/he will have regular links with members of the Traditional Authority, Chiundaponde and Kopa Community Resources Boards (CRBs), Community Forest Groups, the Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW), the District Forestry Officer and schools in Chiundaponde and Kopa in the promotion of nature conservation initiatives.

    III. Project Planning Implementation and administrative tasks at field level

    i. Mobilise and organise community forest management groups in Chiundaponde and Kopa and facilitate registration of appropriate community structures working with the CRBs;

    ii. Plan and facilitate CBNRM community meetings, training workshops and visits;

    iii. Plan and facilitate community group capacity building activities such as training workshops, exchange visits etc.;

    iv. Organise and arrange the key equipment and resources required for forest conservation and development of community-based enterprise development including conservation farming;

    v. Facilitate appropriate linkages with specialised government departments for field activities related to CBNRM, Sustainable forest management, Forest based enterprises and Conservation Agriculture and facilitate the establishment of at least one  community game ranch as a method for forest management;

    vi. Accurately capture relevant data for project management, monitoring and reporting;

    vii. Maintain updated inventories of all equipment provided by the project at field level;

    viii. Facilitate and arrange provision of all resources required by the groups;

    ix. Assist the project manager in developing market linkages for ecologically produced forest and agricultural products;

    xi. Attending all scheduled teams and management meetings;

    xii. Carry out any other appropriate responsibility as need may arises during the implementation of the project by other senior project staff and partners consortium through the immediate supervisor.

    Profile

    Required Qualifications and Experience

    • BSc/BA degree in Wildlife Management, Forestry/ Sustainable Agriculture/Natural Resources Management/ Environmental management, or a comparable education;
    • At least two (2) years field working experience facilitating conservation and community livelihood interventions
    • Knowledge of and experience with project designs, implementation and monitoring;
    • Knowledge of the institutional and legal framework pertaining to wildlife and other natural resources management in Zambia;
    • Experience with stakeholders’ engagement in Zambia would be a strong asset.
    • Prepared to work and live in a rural wildlife landscape

    Required Skills and Competencies

    • Good inter-personal skills, including the ability to develop and maintain strong relationships at all lev, including with local field project staff, local communities, government agencies, and the scientific community;
    • Accountability and a commitment to WWF’s mission;
    • Excellent oral and written communications skills in English;
    • Basic skills in working with GIS, Statistical and database applications;
    • Willingness to live and work in rural remote areas and enjoy bush camping;
    • Must be capable of, or willing to learn how to ride and use a motor bike;
    • Must be a self-starter, and able to work with minimum day to day supervision
    • Ability to work in a culturally and professionally diverse team.
    • Valid motor bikers’/ Drivers’ licence will be an added advantage 

    How to Apply

    Email a cover letter and Curriculum Vitae clearly indicating the position applied for to wwfcareers@wwfzam.org. Kindly note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Deadline for applications: 31st August, 2019.

    WWF is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to having a diverse workforce

    Forklift Driver x4 at Zambian Breweries

    Zambian Breweries Plc is a subsidiary of ABInBev one of the biggest international brewing companies in the world. We seek innovative and ambitious professionals to drive performance in a dynamic, challenging and stimulating work environment. We therefore invite applications from suitably qualified candidates for the following positions:

    FORKLIFT DRIVER X4

    Reporting to the Warehouse Supervisor, the successful candidate will be accountable for the following: 

    • Ensuring timeously loading and offloading of trucks within stipulated standards.
    • Ensuring Correct and accurate loading of trucks according to the loading/picking slip.
    • Ensuring that correct date codes (expiry dates) are loaded on the trucks.
    • Stacking of empties and finished product in designated areas.
    • House Keeping – Maintain clean work environment by keeping bins, pallet area and workstations neat.
    • Emptying waste skips.
    • Maintaining a safe work environment by not endangering yourself and others.
    • Reporting safety hazards, accidents and incidents to your supervisor
    • Conducting daily forklift pre-start checklist.
    • Transferring of empties into Packaging and finished product from Packaging into Warehouse.
    • Stripping packaging receipts, Stripping imports, outbound and inbound trucks
    • Glass injection & Sorting of new glass injection and sorted glass tacking.

    The job is particularly suitable for candidates who meet the following minimum requirements and possess the following attributes:

    • Grade 12 certificate with minimum 6 credits
    • Forklift drivers Certificate
    • Previous experience in driving a forklift.
    • Must be hard working and
    • Ability to adhere to instructions

    How to Apply

    Interested persons should forward their applications, curriculum vitae and copies of their qualifications to zcc.peoplerecruitment@mu.ab-inbev.com not later that 29th August, 2019.

    (Only shortlisted candidates will be communicated to)

    Pickup Drivers/Van Drivers x5 at SINOHYDRO Zambia Limited

    Location: Section 5 on Kafue Gorge Lower Hydropower Station, Chikankata District,Southern Province

    Work experience ;

    Five years working Experience

    Valid driving licence C1 or better

    Drugs and alcohol consumption is prohibited

    How to Apply

    For more details contact 0975533400/ 0965774277

    To apply for this job email your details to

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    Multiple Job Positions x26 at Expanded Church Response

    Expanded Church Response (ECR) is a faith-based organization implementing: Orphans and Vulnerable Children, Gender Based Violence and HIV/AIDS programs amongst others to mitigate human suffering and bring transformational development.

    ECR has implemented programs funded by USAID, European Union, UNICEF, and Global Fund either directly or through a range of highly regarded local and international organizations. Working with partners like these, the private sector, and government, we are seeing communities awakened to new ways of improving the quality of life for the most vulnerable, and rise up to be the key to their own transformation.

    POSITION: Families Matter! Program Coordinator (s) – 6 Positions

    LOCATION: Petauke, Chipata, Lundazi, Monze, Mongu and Chongwe

    REPORTS TO: Project Manager – Prevention

    PURPOSE OF THE POSITION/MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

    Reporting to the Prevention Manager, the Families Matter Program (FMP) Coordinators will supervise 96 facilitators who will facilitate the Families Matter! Program and life skills trainings to reach 27,500 parents & guardians, and 55,000 adolescent girls and boys. The Coordinators will on day-to-day basis monitor all FMP, Faith Matters and life skills activities to ensure fidelity on the program. The FMP Coordinators will be based in the eleven districts. The Coordinators will work hand in hand with District Coordinators to ensure that referrals for other HIV/Sexual Gender Based Violence services are done in a well-coordinated manner. They will contribute 100% of their time to the project.

    Key Qualifications

    1. Degree in any Social Science will be an added advantage
    2. Diploma in any Field

    Required Skills

    1. Two (2) years’ experience or more in accounting under a USAID or Donor funded project
    2. Has done project coordination work on any USAID and other Donor agency projects
    3. Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Word and Excel)
    4. Good communicator in local languages of Zambia
    5. Excellent writing skills (English)
    6. Strong teamwork skills
    7. Able to work under minimal supervision
    8. Sober mind and fast learner

    POSITION: Regional Church Liaison Coordinators  – 2 positions

    LOCATION: Lusaka and TBA

    REPORTS TO: Project Manager – Prevention

    PURPOSE OF THE POSITION/MAJOR JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

    Reporting to the Project manager – Prevention, the Church Liaison Coordinators (CLCs) will be responsible for church development by effectively engaging the faith community and traditional leaders on their participation into the project. The staff will deliver this objective through developing and sustaining relationships with churches and individuals at various levels. The CLCs will ensure that relationships with church leaders and faith communities are maintained through effective communication, creating and updating databases, development of strategies for the participation of Faith Communities in development issues for Sexual Gender Based Violence and HIV prevention and referrals for HIV treatment and related issues for adolescents and the general population. They will work closely with District Coordinators for effective mobilization of the churches for participation, involve churches in implementing activities and meeting targets, effectively monitor and report activities carried out by the churches, maintaining relationships with faith leaders, volunteers. They will also be responsible for building capacity of the church institutions for sustainability. The CLCs will contribute 100% of their time to the project.

    Key Qualifications

    1. Degree in theology or any Social Science course will be an added advantage
    2. Diploma in theology or any Field

    Required Skills

    1. Two (2) years’ experience or more in accounting under a USAID or Donor funded project
    2. Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Word and Excel)
    3. Good communicator in local languages of Zambia
    4. Excellent writing skills (English)
    5. Strong teamwork skills
    6. Able to work under minimal supervision
    7. Sober mind and fast learner

    POSITION:  Monitoring and Evaluation Manager – 1 position

    LOCATION: Lusaka

    REPORTS TO: Project Director

    PURPOSE OF THE POSITION/MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

    The M&E Manager will be responsible for overseeing all M&E aspects of the project, from assessments to routine monitoring activities and evaluations. S/he will lead the development of and manage the M&E Plan. S/he will ensure timely collection and reporting of indicators to the donor, and work with the Project Director and partners, to ensure appropriate mechanisms for M&E management tools to enable maximum achievement of the project’s objectives and tracking progress towards results. This function will involve the application of M&E frameworks, performance-based results and process indicators, measurement methods, and periodic reviews to identify factors that facilitate and impede the program’s and its partners’ progress. The M&E Manager will report to the Project Director will dedicate 100% of their time to the project.

    Key Qualifications

    1. Masters in any Monitoring and Evaluation or any Social Science field will be an added advantage
    2. Degree in Monitoring and Evaluation

    Required Skills

    1. Five (5) years or more experience in Monitoring and Evaluation
    2. Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Word and Excel)
    3. Considerable experience in data entry (With good speed)
    4. Good communicator in local languages of Zambia
    5. Excellent writing skills (English)
    6. Strong teamwork skills
    7. Able to work under minimal supervision
    8. Sober mind and fast learner

    POSITION: Finance Manager – 1 position

    LOCATION: Lusaka

    REPORTS TO: Director Finance and Operations

    PURPOSE OF THE POSITION/MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

    The Finance Manager will be attached to a project and will ensure compliance with donor regulations, organizational and statutory policies and regulations and ensuring proper maintenance of financial records. S/he will be responsible for budgeting, reporting and overall grant proper financial management. Additionally, s/he will ensure data integrity in the accounting package, including reviewing preparing and consolidating balance sheets and accounts reconciliation. Other tasks may include ensuring proper maintenance of financial documentation and supervision of Finance Officers.

    Key Qualifications

    1. Degree in Accounting or related field will be an added advantage
    2. Recognized accounting qualification; full ACCA, CIMA, ZICA

    Required Skills

    1. Seven (7) years’ experience or more in grants management, experience in USG/EU grants and donor reporting will be an added advantage
    2. Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Word and Excel)
    3. Understanding and use of Accounting packages (QuickBooks accounting package)
    4. Good communicator in local languages of Zambia
    5. Excellent writing skills (English)
    6. Strong teamwork skills
    7. Ability to work independently and with minimum supervision
    8. Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines, organize and prioritize tasks, excellent supervisory skills, self-motivated, quick learner, team orientated
    9. Sober mind and fast learner

    POSITION: Project Accountant – 2 positions

    LOCATION: Lusaka and TBA

    REPORTS TO: Finance Manager

    PURPOSE OF THE POSITION/MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

    The Project Accountants (PAs) will be responsible over timely fund disbursement and capturing transactions and reporting expenditure. The PAs will work closely with programs staff to ensure activities are implemented on time and quality retirements are submitted on time. They will be in charge of the bank and petty cash management and proper record keeping. The positions will contribute 100% of their time to the project.

    Key Qualifications

    1. Degree in any Accounts or Finance will be an added advantage
    2. Diploma in accounts or any Finance field
    3. Recognized accounting qualification; ACCA, CIMA, ZICA

    Required Skills

    1. Three (3) years’ experience or more in accounting under a USAID or Donor funded project
    2. Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Word and Excel)
    3. Understanding and use of Accounting packages
    4. Good communicator in local languages of Zambia
    5. Excellent writing skills (English)
    6. Strong teamwork skills
    7. Able to work under minimal supervision
    8. Sober mind and fast learner

    POSITION: Provincial Coordinator – 1 position

    LOCATION: Lusaka

    REPORTS TO: Deputy Chief of Party – ZAMFAM Project

    POSITION/MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

    The Provincial Coordinator shall coordinate all the project activities for all sub-partners in Lusaka Province that are implementing partners for ECR under ZAMFAM. S/he will be in charge of District Coordinators under the ZAMFAM project in Lusaka District. They will contribute 100% of their time to the project.

    Key Qualifications

    1. Degree in any Social Science will be an added advantage
    2. Diploma in Social Sciences or any Field

    Required Skills

    1. Four (4) years’ experience or more in accounting under a USAID or Donor funded project
    2. Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Word and Excel)
    3. Considerable experience in project coordination at District level
    4. Good communicator in local languages of Zambia
    5. Excellent writing skills (English)
    6. Strong teamwork skills
    7. Able to work under minimal supervision
    8. Sober mind and fast learner

    POSITION: District Coordinator(s) – 11 Positions

    LOCATION: Lusaka, Kafue, Chongwe, Mazabuka, Choma, Monze, Livingstone, Petauke, Lundazi, Chipata and Mongu

    REPORTS TO: Regional Church Development and Liaison Coordinator

    POSITION/MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

    The District Coordinators will be responsible for the overall coordination of the project in the district. They will provide support to the faith community, including community volunteers and the project team in planning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and reporting. The position will be responsible for the day-to-day coordination of the project at district level, ensuring smooth implementation of activities and foster coordination and linkages with churches, treatment partners, public and private structures and other stakeholders. They will manage Men’s networks, Community Volunteers; GROW clubs and work hand in hand to ensure effective referrals for HIV services. The DCs will report to the Church Liaison Coordinators to ensure effective mobilization and participation of the Faith Community.

    The DCs will be based in the eleven districts, each managing a district. They will contribute 100% of their time to the project.

    Key Qualifications

    1. Degree in any Social Science will be an added advantage
    2. Diploma in Social Sciences or any Field

    Required Skills

    1. Three (3) years’ experience or more in accounting under a USAID or Donor funded project
    2. Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Word and Excel)
    3. Considerable experience in project coordination at District level
    4. Good communicator in local languages of Zambia
    5. Excellent writing skills (English)
    6. Strong teamwork skills
    7. Able to work under minimal supervision
    8. Sober mind and fast learner

    POSITION: Administrative Assistant – 2 positions

    LOCATION: Lusaka and TBA

    REPORTS TO: Operations and Logistics Officer

    PURPOSE OF THE POSITION/ MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

    The staff will be responsible over all administrative issues and will ensure smooth running of operations at the Secretariat. The AAs will support all staff on all administrative matters. The AA will be responsible over all vendor identification and engagement. S/he will ensure that logistics, inventory, assets and other administrative tasks on the project are efficiently and economically managed. The positions will contribute 100% of their time to the project.

    Key Qualifications

    1. Degree in any administrative course will be an added advantage
    2. Diploma in an administrative course or any Field

    Required Skills

    1. Two (2) years’ experience or more in accounting under a USAID or Donor funded project
    2. Experience in “bulk” procurement
    3. Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Word and Excel)
    4. Good communicator
    5. Excellent writing skills (English)
    6. Strong teamwork skills
    7. Able to work under minimal supervision
    8. Sober mind and fast learner

    How to Apply

    If you feel you have what it takes, send your application letter and updated CV to the Human Resource Officer using the email hr@ecrtrust.org or drop a hard copy at Plot 2288, House Number 3 Lagos Road Lusaka.

    Closing date for receiving applications is Wednesday, 4th September 2019

    Inventory Officer at Dangote Cement Zambia Limited

    Dangote Cement zambia Limited

    Senior chief Chiwala’s Area, Masaiti District, Ndola Zambia.

    Company Overview

    The Dangote Group is one of Africa’s leading conglomerates producing diversified products. Dangote Cement, a subsidiary of the Dangote Group, is the leading producer of cement in Zambia with a modern advanced integrated cement plant in Ndola, on the Copperbelt.

    Dangote Cement requires action oriented, high performing and dedicated professional in the following discipline:

    Job Summary

    Support the effective management of materials at the plant to ensure alignment of inventory levels with appropriate guidelines.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Manage the day-to-day operations and activities of the stores (centralized) under the supervision of the Head, Stores.
    • Conduct physical counts to verify accuracy of incoming and outgoing products at the stores.
    • Ensure incoming products are received and stored according to DCP’s policies & procedures
    • Maintain online inventory management software and ensure timely identification of triggers (or manually identify when minimum threshold levels have been reached) to initiate actions for stock replenishment.
    • Post details of receipt and dispatch transactions and ensure integrity of the inventory management system.
    • Maintain up to date records of materials inventory at the stores (existing stock, pending orders, etc.)
    • Provide information on current stock and orders to provide justification for re-ordering.
    • Monitor trends of product receipt and dispatch at the stores to provide basis for demand forecasting
    • Conduct periodic inventory stock counting/ inventory accuracy checks
    • Perform end-of-day inventory reconciliation to ensure discrepancies are identified and resolved in time.
    • Notify Head, Stores of irregularities in inventory records and support in reconciling/ resolving.
    • Maintain approved HSE best practices in the stores.
    • Develop periodic reports of stores operations and performance as required.
    • Maintain electronic inventory management database.
    • Perform any other duties assigned by the Head, Stores.

    Skills and Behaviors

    • Good understanding of the cement manufacturing industry trends, challenges, opportunities, regulations, legislation etc.
  • Working knowledge of inventory management terminologies, methodologies and approach.
  • Basic knowledge of system based inventory management systems.
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Attention to detail and quality.
  • Willingness to learn, improve and adapt to changing requirements.
  • Education and Work Experience

    • Full grade 12 certificate with credits or better in English and mathematics.
    • Diploma in CILT or CIPS.
    • Minimum of five (5) year relevant work experience.
    • Possess relevant skills in basic MS Office applications and working knowledge of business Enterprise Resource Planning systems.
    • Sound judgement informed by extensive practical Knowledge and expertise.
    • Good communication and interpersonal.

    The 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.

    How to Apply

    Candidates meeting the above requirements should send their applications to:

    The Head HR& Admin and send them to Recruit.Zambia@DANGOTE.COM

    Please note that you are to attach an Application Letter & Latest CV ONLY in Microsoft word format as ONE document.

    Closing date for receiving applications is 26th August, 2019. Positions should be clearly mentioned in the subject line e.g. “Inventory Officer”.

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    Material Engineer at Dangote Cement Zambia Limited

    Dangote Cement zambia Limited

    Senior chief Chiwala’s Area, Masaiti District, Ndola Zambia.

    Company Overview

    The Dangote Group is one of Africa’s leading conglomerates producing diversified products. Dangote Cement, a subsidiary of the Dangote Group, is the leading producer of cement in Zambia with a modern advanced integrated cement plant in Ndola, on the Copperbelt.

    Dangote Cement requires action oriented, high performing and dedicated professional in the following discipline:

    1. Material Engineer

    Job Summary

    Support the effective management of materials at the plant to ensure alignment of inventory levels with appropriate guidelines.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Conduct physical counts to verify accuracy of incoming and outgoing products at the stores.
    • Ensure incoming products are received and stored according to DCP’s policies & procedures.
    • Maintain online inventory management software and ensure timely identification of triggers (or manually identify when minimum threshold levels have been reached) to initiate actions for stock replenishment.
    • Post details of receipt transactions and ensure integrity of the inventory management system.
    • Maintain up to date records of materials inventory at the stores (existing stock, pending orders, etc.)
    • Provide information on current stock and orders to provide justification for re-ordering.
    • Monitor trends of product receipt and dispatch at the stores to provide basis for demand forecasting
    • Conduct periodic inventory stock counting/ inventory accuracy checks
    • Perform end-of-day inventory reconciliation to ensure discrepancies are identified and resolved in time.
    • Notify Head, Stores of irregularities in inventory records and support in reconciling/ resolving.
    • Maintain approved HSE best practices in the stores.
    • Develop periodic reports of stores operations and performance as required.
    • Maintain electronic inventory management database.
    • Perform any other duties assigned by the Head, Stores.

    Skills and Behaviors

    • Good understanding of the cement manufacturing industry trends, challenges, opportunities, regulations, legislation etc.
  • Working knowledge of inventory management terminologies, methodologies and approach.
  • Basic knowledge of system based inventory management systems.
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Attention to detail and quality.
  • Willingness to learn, improve and adapt to changing requirements.
  • Possess relevant skills in basic MS Office applications and working knowledge of business Enterprise Resource Planning systems.
  • Education and Work Experience

    • Full grade 12 certificate with credits or better in English and mathematics.
    • Diploma / Degree in Mechanical or CILT.
    • Minimum of five (5) year relevant work experience.
    • Highly computer literate (Microsoft Office, Enterprise Resource Management and SAP PM Module).
    • Sound judgement informed by extensive practical Knowledge and expertise.
    • Good communication and interpersonal

    How to Apply

    Candidates meeting the above requirements should send their applications to:

    The Head HR& Admin and send them to Recruit.Zambia@DANGOTE.COM

    Please note that you are to attach an Application Letter & Latest CV ONLY in Microsoft word format as ONE document.

    Closing date for receiving applications is 26th August, 2019. Positions should be clearly mentioned in the subject line e.g. “Materials Engineer”.

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.