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Quality Officer

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Texila American University, a renowned higher learning institution wishes to recruit a suitably qualified individual as a Quality Officer.

Job Purpose

  • Understanding the process of customer needs and requirements to develop effective quality control processes.
  • Facilitation with other departments and working together with project leaders to discuss solutions to quality issues
  • Participate in a review of activities, devising, establishing a company’s quality procedures, standards and specifications
  • Provide quality management system awareness program to the new comers.
  • Co-ordinate with stakeholders regarding standard operating systems/policies and ensure that the former are inline with current processes.
  • Making sure all the relevant documents are in a standard format.
  • Conduct training program for quality management system.
  • Responsible to educate the quality implementations to relevant departments.

The incumbent must possess the following;

  • Excellent technical skills.
  • Confidence.
  • Good numerical skills and an understanding of statistics.
  • Leadership skills.
  • Planning and organisation skills.
  • Communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Problem-solving skills.
  • Team working skills.

The incumbent must have the following qualifications

  • Full grade twelve certificate
  • A Bachelors degree or equivalent level of qualification;
  • Previous experience for two years within a similar role or environment
  • Understanding of governance and decision-making processes.
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and power point.

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Customer Care Agents

Job Title: Customer Care Agents

The applicant must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, computer literate, must have good interest with football and good decision making skills.

If interested, they can send the CV to [email protected]

Lusaka based.

Our company is an online betting company.

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Tailoring Supervisor/Instructor

Pact Overview

At the heart of Pact is the promise of a better tomorrow. The promise of a healthy life. Of a decent livelihood. Of sustainable natural resources that benefit communities. Now more than ever in its 42-year history, Pact is helping millions of people who are poor and marginalized discover and build their own solutions and take ownership over their future.
Pact enables systemic solutions that allow those who are poor and marginalized to earn a dignified living, be healthy, and take part in the benefits that nature provides. Pact accomplishes this by strengthening local capacity, forging effective governance systems, and transforming markets into a force for development

Project Overview

Pact Zambia is currently implementing DREAMS, an ambitious PEPFAR initiative to reduce new HIV infections among adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) between the ages of 10 and 24 years. The goal of DREAMS is to help girls develop into Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-free, Mentored and Safe women. Since 2015 over 100,000 AGYW have been enrolled on the program in Lusaka, Ndola and Chingola Districts. In 2018, the aim is to reach a further 112,307 AGYW in an expanded geographical area which includes Kitwe, Kapiri Mposhi, Kabwe, Livingstone and Chipata. USAID Z-CHPP delivers DREAMS services to AGYW through six local sub-partners.
‘Kozo Girls’ is a sub-project of DREAMS, and has the overall objective of reducing the number of girls missing school during menstruation. Many girls in Zambia cannot afford menstrual hygiene products and opt to stay at home while on their period, rather than face discomfort or embarrassment if they go to school. A girl who skips school every month is potentially missing up to a quarter of her education.

Since June 2017, Pact has trained 42 Kozo Girls in Lusaka and Copperbelt to make washable, reusable sanitary pads to sell. The Kozo Girls are now actively making pads in six sites across Lusaka and have sold over 1,000 pads since September 2017. Pact believes that Kozo Girls has the potential to be scaled and turned into a sustainable social enterprise, uplifting the girls involved economically and bringing an attractive, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly alternative to other menstrual hygiene products to the Zambian market.

Position Summary:
To support with the design, set-up and management of a Lusaka-based sewing workshop, which will employ up to six Kozo Girls to work on bulk orders of Kozo Pads, and will also provide training to new Kozo Girls.

Key Responsibilities:

  • In conjunction with relevant Pact staff, develop financial incentivization structure for the Kozo Girls who are working on bulk orders (incentivization will be based on production).
  • Clearly plan separate workshop and training space making the most effective use of space available. Advise Pact staff on additional furniture/equipment requirements.
  • In conjunction with relevant Pact staff, develop a schedule for the Kozo Girls coming to work on bulk orders (including breakdown of tasks to ensure they are contributing equally to production), and those coming for training.
  • To provide refresher training to existing Kozo Girls on pad manufacture, introducing and enforcing strict quality control so that Kozo Pads are uniform in shape, design and quality.
  • To provide training to new Kozo Girls using the designated sewing machines for beginners.
  • To introduce and enforce workplace policies around:
    a. Health and safety
    b. Punctuality
    c. Cleanliness and tidiness (of workshop and individual work)
    d. Quality control
  • To cultivate team work and a healthy work ethic amongst the Kozo Girls.
  • To work with Pact Human Resources department to develop performance assessment tools to monitor and evaluate the Kozo Girls working on the ‘assembly line’.
  • As required, support the training of new sewing instructors who will be working on the Kozo Girls project in different locations.
  • To support the administration and management of Kozo Pad orders, ensuring that customers receive their orders on time; to manage small number of ‘walk-in’ cash orders.
  • To work alongside Kozo Girls, Pact staff and consultants to improve and refine the Kozo Pad design.
  • To welcome visitors to the workshop and give tours, answer questions etc. and talk about workshop

Person Profile:
Essential skills and experience (please do not apply if you do not meet these requirements):

  1. Experienced tailor able to operate and maintain different types of manual and electric sewing machines.
  2. Has experience managing a busy sewing workshop, supervising several tailors at once.
  3. Demonstrated experience leading sewing training for youth/young women.
  4. Can perform simple administrative duties, including bookkeeping and managing petty cash.
  5. Has completed grade 12
  6. Good level of written and spoken English.

Desirable skills and experience:

  • Able to repair faults on sewing machines.
  • Experience making reusable menstrual pads and/or working on a menstrual hygiene management project.
  • Has worked for an international non-governmental organization (NGO).

Interested candidates should submit their CV with a cover letter providing evidence of why they are the preferred candidate for this role, and details of two referees who will be able to allude specifically to the candidate’s capacity to carry out this assignment. Applications can be sent to [email protected] indicating the Job Title in the subject line on or before 28th May 2018.

Telemarketers

We are a well established Tourism Company in Lusaka, and we require Telemarketers with at least 3 years experience and with contactable references.

You need to have a bubbly personality and be over 25 years of age.

Please forward your cv to us.

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Assistant Registrar

JOB PURPOSE: To provide to the Registrar in managing the operations of Academic Office.

Key responsibilities

  • Supervise staff in the Academic Office;
  • Coordinating the implementation of decisions of senate and its committees.
  • Facilitating timely admission of students, and efficient  and effective student registration;
  • Facilitating organization and management of residential schools, Examinations, graduating ceremonies , and other special events;
  • Overseeing maintenance and utilization of accurate, up to date student records;
  • Preparing sessional dates and calendar of meetings of the Board of Directors and its committees and the senate;
  • Preparing time tables for residential school and examinations;
  • Maintaining accurate and up to date records of all examinations results;
  • Publishing examination rules and regulations to both students and invigilators;
  • Providing secretarial services to senate and its committees;
  • Compiling and maintaining basic statistics on applications, admissions, examinations, and graduation and;
  • Performing any other functions as assigned from time to time by the Vice Chancellor or the Registrar.

QUALIFICATIONS/ EXPERIENCE/PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES:

  • Grade 12 or School Certificate
  • Bachelor’s degree in Education, social sciences, law or any related field;
  • A master’s degree in educational administration, social sciences, law or related area would be an added advantage;
  • At least four years relevant professional experience, preferably in university administration;
  • Strong interpersonal skills and exceptional writing and oral communication skills;
  • Demonstrated leadership and management skills; and
  • Proven computer skills, including ability to manage computer based administrative database and student record management system.

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Bearing Network Engineer

ZTE is a provider of advanced telecommunications system, mobile devices, and enterprise technology solution to consumers, carriers, companies and public sector customers. Listed in the stock exchanges of Hong Kong (stock code: 0763. HK) and Shenzhen, China (stock code: 000063. SZ), ZTE’s products and services are sold to over 500 operators in more than 160 countries. The company is committed to provide customers with integrated end-to-end innovations to deliver excellence and value as the telecommunications and information technology sectors converge.

ZTE Zambia Service Limited is looking for dynamic and self driven graduate Engineers and a Legal Officer. Engineers should posses the fundamental Engineering skills and specializations in the following :Power .Transmission, Core Network, VAS-Value Added Service, IP Engineer,FTTX , Project Management and Bearing Network who are keen to make a career in the ICT industry.:

POSITION : BEARING NETWORK ENGINEER

LOCATION: LUSAKA

JOB DESCRIPTION:

  1. In charge of the equipment commissioning,PAT test,cut over and maintenance during the delivery of the project according to the requirement of engineering design document.
  2. In charge of the skill transferring,problem handling,routine inspection,prevention of major faults
  3. In charge of project documents archiving and updating

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  1. Good knowledge on data equipment (include Firewall/Router/Switch/PTN)products.
  2. At least 2 years’ experience in transmission or other related fields.
  3. Good command of English in both spoken and written.
  4. Ability to prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment 5. Strong interpersonal skills, with focus on customer service orientation

Send your application letters and associated CV’s to:.

THE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER
ZTE ZAMBIA SERVICE LIMITED
PANGAEA OFFICE PARK,STAND NO 2374.SHOWGROUNDS
FIRST FLOOR, LUSAKA ZAMBIA

Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]

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The closing date to submit your applications is 24th May 2018.

Implementation Officer

Centre for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia

Implementation Officer Lusaka x2 Ref No. IO/AC/17/05/18

Application Deadline: May 23, 2018

With matrix reporting to the Community Coordinators for Testing and Treatment, the Implementation Officer will coordinate the implementation of the day to day activities at health facilities in ACHIEVE supported districts. She/he will work with facility staff and community and facility-based volunteers and ensure that clients are tracked from the community to the health facility in the treatment cascade.

Main duties

  • Implement prevention program activities at the facility-level with technical support from the Community Coordinators for Testing and Treatment in collaboration health facility staff
  • Ensure that linkages are completed within the testing and treatment cascade
  • Track community- facility linkages for all positive patients to prevention and treatment services within the health facility
  • Supervise community liaison officers and peer educators within the health facility
  • Guide community-based and facility based volunteers to implement activities and monitor activities
  • Coordinate HTS community drives at facility and community level and ensure that report generation and submission to Coordinator Testing for submission to the Head of Community
  • Coordinate community follow ups and community ART dispensation/distribution
  • Help the team to establish strong community- facility linkages for all enrolled patients to prevention and treatment services
  • Coordinate community trainings and activities for adherence counselling and clients’ treatment preparation
  • Guide community teams implement activities and monitor activities related to treatment
  • Identify community-based initiatives to support community-based services to improve retention into care
  • Ensure that defaulter tracing activities are implemented accordingly to SOPs with proper documentation for continuum of HIV prevention and care services
  • Collaborate with other partners on the ground who are involved in HIV prevention activities
  • Prepare monthly and quarterly reports and submit to the Community Coordinators for Testing and Treatment
  • Any other duties/responsibilities necessary for the successful functioning of the program

Qualifications

  • Grade 12 Certificate
  • Diploma in Social Work/Development Studies/Adult Education or in another relevant area
  • 2 years relevant work experience
  • Demonstrated experience in program implementation
  • Demonstrated experience working with communities
  • Demonstrated experience in health communication desirable
  • Independent and innovative
  • Good knowledge on HIV and AIDS desirable


Suitably qualified candidates are invited to apply; only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Please send an application letter quoting the reference number listed above. Ensure that you attach the relevant academic and professional certificates and detailed CV with day-time telephone numbers to:

Director – Human Resources
CIDRZ
PO Box 34681
LUSAKA

OR email: jobs@cidrz.org

Warders/Wardresses

ZAMBIA CORRECTIONAL SERVICE

“To provide quality correctional services”

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The Zambia Correctional Service (ZCS) is a National Security Service established under Article 193 of the Constitution Amendment Act No.2 of 2016. The Service is mandated to manage all Prisons/ Correctional Facilities in the country to ensure Internal Security of the Nation.

The Service now invites applications from interested and suitably qualified Zambians to join its rank and file as Recruit Warders/ Wardresses.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS

Prospective candidates must meet the following:

  • Must be a Zambian Citizen with a Green National Registration Card (NRC);
  • Must possess a Grade Twelve (12) School Certificate;
  • Must be between 18 – 25 years of age;
  • Must be physically and mentally fit;
  • Must have no criminal record;
  • Must be willing to undergo military training;
  • Must be single at the time of recruitment;
  • Must not be less than 1.65 m tall; and
  • Must be ready and willing to work in Rural Districts of Zambia.

PROFESSIONAL AND EXTRA QUALIFICATIONS IN THE FOLLOWING FIELDS WILL BE AN ADDED ADVANTAGE:

  • Social work
  • Counselling and Guidance
  • Food Production
  • Teaching
  • Agriculture / Forestry
  • Tailoring
  • Carpentry and Joinery
  • Plumbing and Sheet Metal
  • Building and Plastering
  • Electrical

All interested prospective candidates should apply in their own handwriting to the:

The Commissioner General of Correctional Service,
Zambia Correctional Service Headquarters,
P.O. Box 51238,
LUSAKA.

from 23rd May to 31st May, 2018. No applications will be accepted after this deadline.

The Service will conduct interviews for the shortlisted candidates from 18th June to 21st June, 2018 from 08.00 hours to 17:00 hours for four (4) days at Correctional Staff Training College in Kabwe.

Note the following:

All applicants must indicate “Application for Employment as Recruit Warder/ Wardress” on top of the envelop.

Candidates who will be shortlisted will be expected to meet the cost of their accommodation, meals and travel expenses to and from the place of interview.

Only candidates meeting the stipulated requirements should apply.

For further information contact;

Telephone Number. +260957116003

The Director, Human Resource & Administration.
Zambia Correctional Service Headquarters
LUSAKA

Data Collector x16

Save the Children

SHORT TERM EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

DATA COLLECTORS- BASELINE STUDY

Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organization for children. Our Vision is a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation. Save the Children has worked in Zambia to promote the fulfillment of children’s rights since 1997. Save the Children works across five thematic areas namely education, health and nutrition, child rights governance, child poverty and child protection. The organization strives to ensure all children learn from quality basic education, that no child dies from preventable diseases before reaching their fifth birthday and that all children are protected from harm.

With support from Save the Children Finland, Save the Children Zambia has partnered with Luapula Foundation (a local NGO) to implement a 4 year project titled “Sungeni Bwino Abana” to be implemented in the communities of Kaniki, Fibobe, Kawama and Nkwazi of Ndola District of the Copperbelt Province. The project aims to strengthen community child protection systems to prevent and respond to abuse, violence, exploitation and neglect of girls and boys in Ndola District by 2021.

The purpose of the baseline study is to generate baseline information prior to commencing project implementation. The information will provide a basis for project monitoring and evaluation as well as generate information that will inform project interventions and strategies. Further baseline information will be used to track progress towards achieving the projects’ expected outputs and outcomes. The baseline study will cover 4 wards: 2 intervention wards (targeting 4 communities) and 2 comparison wards (targeting 4 communities) in Ndola District and will cover all relevant stakeholders (relevant government officials and representatives, community members, local partner NGO & children) who will participate in the implementation of the project.

In this light Save the Children Zambia, Kalulushi Field Office is recruiting data collectors to help with the data collection exercise for a limited period not exceeding 10 working days.

1.0 Position : Data Collectors (16 Positions: 10 Quantitative and 6 Qualitative)

2.0 Responsibility and Deliverables:

2.1 Quantitative Data Collectors

  • a. Undertake data collection activities at household level in selected communities in the project site
  • b. Participate in data collection tools review meetings and sampling in the field
  • c. Ensure data integrity and perform data security of all data collection tools and collected data
  • d. Perform any other duties as and when assigned by supervisor and team lead

2.2 Qualitative Data Collectors

  • a. Facilitate focused group discussions with children and adults
  • b. Ensure that recorded discussion are secured from loss or damage until submission to supervisor
  • c. Transcribe the discussion into word scripts from analysis


3.0 Qualifications and experience:

  • a. Minimum of Diploma in discipline related to development, economics, education, humanities and or social sciences from reputable institution of higher learning. Degree will be an added advantage.
  • b. Possess knowledge with skills in data collection for social sciences. Experience in household level data collection is an advantage.
  • c. For qualitative prior experience in facilitating FGDs and transcribing is an advantage.
  • d. Should have own accommodation in Ndola.
  • e. Person of integrity, sober character and team player with analytical and problem solving skills and proactive
  • f. Ability to work under minimum supervision and maintain good relationships with the community, respondents and supervisors

Child Safeguarding:

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 Human Resource/ Administration at emelda.chama@savethechildren.org. Further letters can be submitted to the HR Office at Save the Children Office in Kalulushi.

PLEASE DO NOT ATTACH COPIES OF YOUR CERTIFICATES The closing date for receipt of applications is 21st May 2018. Only short listed candidates will be notified. Save the Children reserves the right to re advertise if suitable applicants are not found.

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Psychosocial Counsellors

Centre for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia

Great Training Opportunity for Psychosocial Counsellors!

CIDRZ in conjunction with the Ministry of Health will be conducting a training in HIV Rapid Testing, commonly referred to as finger prik. Be part of this exciting training!

For registration, call Constance Mudenda – 0977 753 083 or rhoda Mvula-Mpoya – 0961 328 343

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