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National Project Doctor: MSF
Deadline: 5 December 2012
Based in Tsholotsho
Qualifications and skills
-Medical Degree essential: MBChB or equivalent (e.g. MD)
-Post graduate qualification in Public Health (e.g. MPH/MSc Clini Epi) is an added advantage
-Holder of current practicing certificate
-Excellent knowledge of: PMTCT as well as Adult and Paediatric HIV/AIDS Management including of Priority Opportunistic Infections like TB/HIV co-infection
-Essential: Working experience of at least two years in medical activities related jobs (direct patients care)
-Desirable: Working experience with MSF or other NGOs in developing countries
-Fluent writing, speaking and reading English and Ndebele. Shona skills are an added advantage
-Computer literate (MS Word, MS Excel, PowerPoint)
-Defines, implements and follows up medical activities at Tsholotsho District Hospital (TDH)
-Ensure case management of patients according to National Treatment Guidelines
-Is responsible for the case management of all patients requiring the services of a doctor at TDH (OPD, IPD including maternity)
-Involved in providing training to other Health Workers including on the job training, Mentorship, Support and Supervision
-Involved in analysis of medical statistics and reports regularly to the Medical Team Leader (MTL)
-Is responsible for national staff health in the project be delegation of the MTL
-Participates in management of any emergencies and disasters
-Ensure clear link with Tsholotsho District Hospital
-Report writing of all activities
Applications are invited from genuinely qualified and experienced individuals to fill the above post to: The Administrator MSFE-Tsholotsho, Lusinga Complex, P.O. Box 209, Tsholotsho, Zimbabwe.
Email: msfe-tsholotsho-hr [at] barcelona [dot] msf [dot] org
Research and ICT Assistant: Silveira House
Deadline: 9 December 2012
Silveira House seeks to recruit an experienced and qualified research and ICT assistant to carry out economic and social research and analysis as well as maintain all information, communication and technology machines and assets for Silveira House. The successful candidate will start work on 7th January 1013.
Success in promoting justice, peace and development in Zimbabwe calls for understanding how tomorrow will differ from today and yesterday! From such insights comes opportunity. This is what Silveira House has always tried to do since 1964; and we want to continue this tradition.
The applicants must
-Be able to carry out field research and gather raw information about burning political, social, economic and cultural issues in Zimbabwe
-Be able to demonstrate in-depth knowledge of research and analysis
-Have a detailed understanding of the economics and politics of Zimbabwe
-Have strong appreciation of social policy, research methods, research data analysis
-Have good communication and writing skills
-Able to demonstrate knowledge of information, communication and technology (both software and hardware)
-Be fluent in English (fluency in either Shona and Ndebele and other Zimbabwean indigenous languages is an added advantage for understanding grassroots research information)
Qualifications and Experience
-BSc in Economics and Social Policy or equivalent which includes research as one of the modules/courses covered
-Diploma or first degree in ICT (necessary)
-Experience in economic, social and political analysis
-Experience in journalism will be an added advantage
-Experience in ICT repairs and maintenance.
The successful applicant will assist to initiate research to track economic, social and political issues specifically affecting the lives of the people of Zimbabwe and provide us with thorough, in-depth analysis and forecasting. He/she will occasionally travel to the different provinces of the country and have regular contact with both local and national government, non-governmental organisations, business communities, media and most important of all, the ordinary citizens at grassroots level. The successful applicant will also maintain Silveira House ICT system (hardware and software), maintaining the website and ICT asset register for the Centre.
We offer the opportunity to work in a challenging, fast-paced environment where enthusiasm and creativity from the subject are the norm.
Salary is dependent on experience and qualification, and you will enjoy some excellent benefits.
Please send in your CV with a covering letter and details of current salary and employment to the Director at director [at] sliveirahouse [dot] org or by post to: Box 545, Harare.