WE-CARE Project Officer: Oxfam


Deadline: 1400 hours 13 October 2016

Job reference number: INT 2886

Based in Harare, Zimbabwe, the role will work closely with partners to support the implementation of the Unilever / SURF component of the WE-CARE programme, ensuring effective and timely delivery of the programme including technical support to partners, monitoring, report writing and effective communication.  The role also includes an element of advocacy and influencing work where the successful candidate will contribute to building and sustaining relations with local government representatives, regularly liaising with gender advisers and gender focal points in other agencies and organizations (including UNW, government, INGOs, local NGOs and women’s groups.  The position will work closely with the Programme Manager, the Policy and Influencing Manager and Programme staff to recommend approaches around high-level public policy decisions, drawing on information from within and outside the organisation, taking into account sensitivities within the political context, and implications for public perception of Oxfam and its programming. Applications are invited from individuals who possess a Bachelor’s degree in gender, social sciences, counselling, water engineering or other discipline relating to development.  The candidate must have a minimum of 3 years experience in women’s rights and advocacy programmes in an I/NGO setting, as well as experience of managing or supervising projects notably in partnership with local NGOs/ or within the staffing of local NGOs. Please note that as this is an urgent recruitment, therefore short listing will be done as applications are received.  If the ideal candidate is identified before the deadline dates, the recruitment process will be closed. Please ensure that you submit your application as soon as possible.

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MCHIP/Zimbabwe AA Deputy Country Director: John Snow Inc
Deadline: 21 October 2016

The Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP) Associate Award (AA) is the USAID Bureau for Global Health’s flagship maternal, neonatal and child health (MNCH) program in Zimbabwe. The goal of the MCHIP AA is to increase access to quality MNCH services and strengthen health services in Zimbabwe by supporting the Zimbabwean Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC) to scale up and roll out evidence-based, high-impact interventions that will reduce maternal, newborn, and child morbidity and mortality and contribute to the attainment of Sustainable Development Goal 3 in Zimbabwe. This position will be hired by John Snow, Incorporated (JSI), the lead implementing partner for the MCHIP/Zimbabwe AA.

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