Finance and Operations Manager: Family AIDS Caring Trust (FACT)

Deadline: 10 April 2017

Family AIDS Caring Trust (FACT) a National Welfare organization head quartered in Mutare is looking for a candidate to fill the above post funded by USAID.

About the position
The Finance and Operations Manager shall be responsible for the Finance and Operations functions of the USAID OVC program and managing 6 sub-grantees. The FMO shall report to the Executive Director.

Duties and responsibilities
Design, implement and update robust controls and procedures around the financial systems to minimize breakdowns in the various processes; Enforcing internal controls and over systems and oversee risk management; Ensure best use of resources by preparing sound budgets; Preparation of annual financial statements in accordance with the International Financial Reporting Standards; Supervising the Accounting function; Preparation for yearend audits and attend to all issues related to internal and external auditors; Ensure timely production of monthly management accounts and Financial statements; The FOM shall supervise all FACT sub- partners and comply to the Rules and Regulations of USAID funding; Preparation of tax and VAT calculations; Timely payment of all statutory obligations; Monitoring project expenses and advise the program staff accordingly on various line items; Training and supervising all Finance staff

Preferred qualifications
An Accounting Degree plus a qualification in CA, CIMA or ACCA; A minimum of 4 years’ experience in the management of USAID/UNFPA/UNICEF funded projects; Risk management; Experience in managing sub-grantees; A clean class 4 driver’s license

To apply
Application letters with 3 page CV should be emailed to: director@fact.org.zw
In your application letter please cite your gross salary expectation. Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted.

Project Management Specialist: USAID

Deadline: 7 April 2017

The Food Security and Livelihood Specialist will operate in the Office of Humanitarian Assistance and Resilience (HAR) within the USAID/Zimbabwe Mission and be responsible for the proper, transparent application and use of United States Government (USG) emergency and development food security resources provided to Zimbabwe through World Food Program (WFP) and Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) partners.  HAR has one of the largest portfolios within the Mission and provides both humanitarian food assistance as well as development food security activities.  Primary objectives of the position will be to manage and monitor development and emergency food security programs; analyze and report on the food security situation across Zimbabwe; and represent the USG in food security meetings and discussions. The Food Security and Livelihood Specialist will also ensure that food security resources are being targeted and distributed effectively and equitably in order to combat hunger and malnutrition and address the underlying causes of food insecurity.  The position will be based in Harare but will involve extensive travel.  The incumbent should expect to spend a significant amount (40%) of time visiting project sites outside Harare.

To apply
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Monitoring & Evaluation Officer: UNICEF

Deadline: 2 April 2017

Under the overall supervision of the Essential Drug Manager, the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer is accountable for contributing to the accomplishment of the Health and Nutrition results by providing professional expertise and assistance in monitoring & evaluation of the Health Development Fund, by supporting national and subnational data collection to generate evidence to guide the implementation of the Health and Nutrition program and produce reports for dissemination.

To apply
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