Based: Harare, Zimbabwe
Contract: One-year fixed term
Closing date: 9 October 2016
Programme Support Officers, Zimbabwe
• 1 x Monitoring and Evaluation
• 1 x Nutrition
CAFOD is one of the UK’s leading international aid agencies. CAFOD’s Southern Africa Regional Office is currently looking to recruit two Programme Support Officers – one to support Monitoring and Evaluation and one to support nutrition programming. The positions will be based in Harare, Zimbabwe.
The PSO – M&E will work closely with programme teams to measure the impact and effectiveness of CAFOD’s programmes in line with set objectives and to provide timely information to aid implementation. The post will also contribute to the international programme goal of promoting learning, strengthening and empowering communities and people in need and build links between CAFOD supporters and partners overseas. Specifically, the post will contribute to CAFOD’s aim to ensure and demonstrate effective delivery and impact of our core international work through support in programme development, monitoring and communication as well as managing partner relationships. We are seeking an enthusiastic and dynamic individual with experience in analysing and producing reports – financial and narrative, strong monitoring and evaluation skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills, experience in monitoring programmes especially the use of participatory M&E methodologies, as well database management.
The PSO – Nutrition will work closely with the Programme Manager to support Southern Africa programmes to integrate nutrition sensitive programming in ongoing livelihoods and water and sanitation programmes. This will include training and capacity development with staff and partners. We are seeking a motivated individual with solid social and behaviour change experience; expertise in nutrition, evidenced by a relevant degree and at least two-years’ experience in the sector; experience linking nutrition and hygiene with agricultural and livestock programming; experience working with partners and capacity-development skills; as well as excellent communication skills.
For both positions, you must be willing to travel frequently and sometimes at short notice. You must have the right to work in Zimbabwe.
Online form: Click here to apply for both positions