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Monitoring and Evaluation Officer: Zimbabwe Aids Prevention Project Department Of Community Medicine University Of Zimbabwe
Deadline: 8 July 2013
Based in Mashonaland Central Province
The Zimbabwe AIDS Prevention Project, a Department of Community Medicine, University of Zimbabwe project has funding to conduct a PMTCT program in Mashonaland Central Province. The program is aimed at strengthening health facilities as well as increasing ANC uptake through enhancing community level knowledge of PMTCT. PATH is funding the program through Population Council, South Africa.
The M&E officer will be in charge of all monitoring and evaluation data collection activities, survey work and analytical sessions for the ARISE PMTCT program. The M&E officer should be a team player expected to work closely with MHCW, ZAPP-UZ and Population Council.
Responsibilities and key duties
-Conducting Provincial and district training on M&E for HW and Community Mobilizers
-Review collate and analyze data from sites for accuracy and completeness
-Prepare quarterly progress reports
-Liase with NMRL to ensure EID test and results reach the Laboratory and facilities
-Participate in tools development
-To perform any other M&E tasks as assigned.
Qualifications and attributes
-Minimum degree in statistics, demography or public health
-3 years experience in setting up and implementing M&E activities for HIV/AIDS, RH or MCH
-Knowledge of operational research in HIV and Reproductive health programming
-Highly motivated with strong interpersonal and communication skills
-Proficiency in using the following packages SPSS, STATA and MS ACCESS
-Willingness to travel in the Province
Please send your application including detailed CV, copies of qualifications to the Zimbabwe AIDS Prevention-University of Zimbabwe, by post, email or hand delivery using the following address:
The Project Coordinator (Arise Project)
92 Prince Edward Street
Or email: hr [at] zappuz [dot] co [dot] zw
Please note that only short listed candidates will be notified.
Human Resources Coordinator: World Education
Deadline: 8 July 2013
Job Category: Mid-Level Management
Department/Group: Finance & Human Resources
Reports to: Director, Finance & HR
Location: Harare, Zimbabwe
Position Type: Fixed Term Contract
Grade level: 3
Purpose of position
Under the supervision of the Director, Finance& HR responsible, for providing human resources services in support of the country program.
-Assist in the development, implementation and review of the HR strategy and ensure consistency with overall country program strategy
-Assist in the regular review and roll out of HR policies, employment policies and procedures compliance to WEI standards and the country’s national Labour law requirements
-In collaboration with managers, assist in the development of staffing and recruitment plan ensuring that each team is staffed appropriately according to need and funding availability
-Assist in the design, development and implementation of the overall staff learning and development strategy
-Ensure staff hiring is executed efficiently and in compliance with the WEI’s policy and national Labour law Ensure that pre-employment requirements are submitted and a personnel file with documentation according to HR checklist is opened for new staff on a timely basis
-Ensure that all new staff have undergone orientation and on-boarding
-Ensures the timely and efficient payroll preparation with accurate data
-Ensures the proper and accurate tracking of leave
-Assist in the periodic salary review and analysis, and review and revision of new salary structure, as appropriate
-Ensure the timely processing of new contract, contract extension, staff transfer, promotions, acting capacity, and other change of status
-Manage processes related to disciplinary actions, staff separation, termination, including liaising with the Ministry of labour
-Respond to employee relations related queries and provide service to all HR related inquiries and requests on a timely manner
-Conduct regular assessment for all field offices; assess the filing systems/HR documentation in each field site and undertake immediate corrective measures
Qualifications and education requirements
-A degree in Human Resources or a related field is required
-Post graduate qualification in HR or administration
-A minimum of 3 years’ professional experience in a similar position required
-Experience with USAID funded programs is preferred
-Demonstrated people management experience an added advantage
-Knowledge of local labor laws
-Fluency in English, Shona and Ndebele
Interested applicants should apply to: recruitment [at] worlded [dot] co [dot] zw submitting a motivational letter and current CV.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.