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Call for Expression of Interest: Ishiwi Endline Survey

Request for Expression of Interest: Ishiwi Endline Survey

Restless Development is a global agency for youth led change that supports young people to demand and deliver a just and sustainable world for all. Restless Development has been equipping youth to voice their priorities, facilitating their access to decision makers for accountability and supporting platforms for youth to demonstrate that they are effective change agents.

Restless Development has been working on the Ishiwi project for the last two years, in partnership with BBC Media Action (the BBC‘s international development charity) in implementing the project.

Restless Development and BBC Media Action are calling for proposals from various research organizations/agencies to conduct an endline survey for their Ishiwi project to be conducted in June to July 2018. The purpose of the survey is to evaluate the outcomes/impact of the Governance programmes it is implementing. The programmes have been running for two and a half years, ending in August 2018.

Interested bidders should send request for Terms of Reference [email protected]

Bids should be sent via email with the subject heading clearly marked “Expression of Interest: Ishiwi Project Endline Survey”, should be sent to [email protected] on or before 25th May 2018 at 17:00 hours. Please ensure that you mention www.gozambiajobs.com as the source of this job advertisement.

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Operations Administrative Assistant

Job Title: Operations Administrative Assistant

Location: Lusaka, Zambia

Job ID: 10744

Overview:

American Institutes for Research (AIR) is hiring an Operations Administrative Assistant for a local position in its Lusaka, Zambia office. AIR is one of the leading social science research organizations in the world, using rigorous research and evaluation to enhance health, education and social development in Zambia. It conducts impact evaluations on a wide range of topics including cash transfer programs, early childhood nutrition programs, education interventions, health product distribution programs, and agricultural interventions. We partner with locally based researchers to provide context relevant policy analysis and to help build the research capacity in developing countries. The Zambia office is a new but rapidly growing office which serves as a local branch for all of AIR work in Zambia and Africa region.

Responsibilities:

  • Establish and oversee all financial management procedures of the AIR Zambia office
  • Collaborate on the preparation of budget projections and monitoring use of all project funds expended in the field, tracking expenditures by task and budget lines
  • Reconcile balances between checkbooks and accounting database monthly
  • Maintain accountability of all financial issues for the Zambia AIR office
  • Oversee the preparation of the financial reporting, reconciling balance sheets, monitoring cash flow and ensuring the timely transmission of financial reports to Headquarters (in Washington, D.C)
  • Safeguard checkbooks and assure adequate check supplies on both accounts
  • Assist home office staff, as needed, to assess and verify service providers and grantees financial capabilities to assure adequate accountability as required
  • Manage purchase orders for the procurement of equipment and supplies and/or services, according to requisite specifications for the project
  • Assist in managing field sub-contracts
  • Lead the update and tailoring of the Finance and Operations manual for the Zambia office
  • Manage personnel files and coordinate the implementation and maintenance of a personnel filing system
  • Work with Headquarters Human Resources (HR) to ensure compliance including preparing HR manuals and employment contracts
  • Track staff schedules including, vacation days, and ensure sufficient coverage when needed
  • Assist the Project Director in recruitment operations

Eligibility: Zambian nationals are encouraged to apply.

Qualifications:

  • Diploma in business administration/Accounts, ACCA/CIMA Part II
  • At least two years of experience in a similar role
  • Computer literate, with working knowledge of accounting packages
  • Team player and able to work independently with minimum supervision

**Position will remain posted until it is filled.**

American Institutes for Research is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.

Applv: Use this link: https://jobs-airdc.icims.com/jobs/10744/operations-administrative-assistant—zambia/job.

Or visit AIR’s Careers Page (https://www.air.org/page/careers) and search for job opening 10744

Please ensure that you mention www.gozambiajobs.com as the source of this job advertisement.

Temporary Research Associate, Financial Behavior Change

Innovations for Poverty Action seeks a qualified Temporary Research Associate to manage a phone-administered survey on financial behavior change in Zambia. The study will be funded by the World Bank and its objective is to assess the financial capabilities of a nationally representative sample, in order to establish the effectiveness of a particular financial capability intervention in the Zambian context. This broader goal of this research is to provide evidence that informs financial inclusion – enhancing the low levels of financial capabilities in Zambia, enabling increased access to finance and ultimately encouraging financial sector growth.

This particular component of the study will be a baseline survey, administered over the phone to a sample of respondents. The Research Associate will work closely with the principal investigators, staff from the World Bank, and IPA country office staff to oversee implementation and conduct constant monitoring and evaluation of the study. The position offers an opportunity to gain first-hand field management experience in an organization undertaking cutting-edge development research with leading researchers. The Research Associate will manage all baseline data collection activities. This position will be based in Lusaka.

We are looking for a commitment period of 3-4 months, beginning from June 2018.

Responsibilities

The Research Associate will perform a variety of tasks including, but not limited to:

  • Develop and pilot the survey instruments, including programming questions for digital data collection.
  • Train and manage a strong survey team to conduct data collection using a phone survey.
  • Ensure strict data quality protocols are followed, including auditing enumerators, performing daily checks of the incoming data, implementing controls to minimize errors, coordinating back checks and correcting errors to ensure collected data is of the highest quality, accuracy and integrity.
  • Assist the field team to ensure maximum response and minimal non-response in phone surveys.
  • Produce weekly reports on the progress of data collection.
  • Manage data, from collection to delivery of a final, cleaned dataset.
  • Prepare an end-of-project report including descriptive statistics, design information, protocol and discussion of results.
  • Manage the budget, including tracking all expenses to ensure costs are within project funds.
  • Coordinate with relevant stakeholders to ensure interests are aligned and accounted for, and participate in and present the study at meetings with key stakeholders where necessary.
  • Report issues arising in the field to the researchers, partner and line manager.
  • Ensure compliance with regulations of local research ethics boards and other regulatory bodies

Application Instructions

Complete the J-PAL/IPA common application. After completing a brief registration, choose the Research job category, then select “Temporary Research Associate, Financial Behavior Change”.  Most applications for research positions require you to include at minimum two letters of recommendation, a statement of purpose (cover letter), CV, and transcripts.

Note that you are able to submit your application before your references complete their recommendation letters; however, you must include their contact information before submitting your application.

Given the volume of applications received, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

Senior Research Associate

Innovations for Poverty Action seeks a qualified Senior Research Associate to manage a study which aims at scaling up interventions to alleviate hunger and poverty among rural farming households in Zambia. The study will be implemented with a private sector partner (a farming company working with small-scale farmers) in four provinces across Zambia. It will involve a randomized experiment that will test both impacts on productivity and threats to contractual relationships in a rural developing country setting. The Principal Investigators are Günther Fink (University of Basel), Kelsey Jack (Tufts University) and Felix Masiye (University of Zambia).

This position provides an excellent opportunity to gain extensive hands‐on experience in a field setting and to have significant management responsibility in a vibrant organization undertaking cutting‐edge development research, as well as the opportunity to work in close collaboration with a private sector developing country partner.  Key areas of involvement will include: coordinating and collaborating with the private sector partner, designing survey questionnaires, recruiting, training and managing survey teams, designing and supervising logistics for the field activities, cleaning and analyzing both administrative data and survey data, assisting in the writing of project reports and policy memos, and liaising with key government and nongovernmental stakeholders.

Project description:

In Zambia, small-scale agriculture employs the vast majority of the rural population, in spite of low levels of productivity and farming income. Recent studies have demonstrated that small scale farmers are most likely to deviate from their original production plan during the “hungry season” that precedes the harvest. Since harvest occurs once a year, most of these farmers run out of resources (cash savings or food reserves) about 3-4 months after harvest and must find other ways of meeting their consumption needs. Some of these strategies and behaviors include selling family labor as ganyu on the local labor market. A randomized controlled trial (RCT) conducted between 2013 and 2015 in Zambia’s Eastern province highlighted the importance of seasonal scarcity and showed that access to credit during the hungry season can increase the consumption and agricultural output of farming households. However, welfare and market based programs designed to provide access to hungry season consumption credits do not yet exist in Zambia.

The positive impacts of previous studies on seasonal loans and interests from policy makers and stakeholders to scaling up the approach, have motivated us to explore sustainable ways of scaling such program. The long-term uptake and cost-effective approach to such a program requires collaboration with institutions and organizations that already reach a network of farmers and interact with these farmers on a regular business.  In Zambia, agribusinesses that contract small-scale farmers as outgrowers and provide other forms of loans (seeds, fertilizers, pesticides) to farmers fit such a description. The existing outgrower networks offer three advantages for supporting hungry season lending: (1) companies have already developed infrastructure to support lending and repayment, (2) explicit loan and lending relationships between the company and farmers have been established, and (3) subsequent harvests provide (imperfect) collateral for loans. This study will test the effects of scaling up with a private sector partner in terms of their overall profitability, and measure impacts for both the agribusiness and the farmers.

Responsibilities

The Senior Research Associate will perform a variety of tasks including, but not limited to:

  • Working closely with the implementation partner throughout the design and implementation of the study.
  • Coordinate research and implementation efforts with all relevant stakeholders
  • Developing and piloting the survey instruments, including programming digital data collection; managing the translation and back-translation of the survey into the local language.
  • Hiring, training, and managing the field teams that will conduct the data collections.
  • Managing all field logistics, procuring products, and getting approvals from local authorities.
  • Ensuring all data quality protocols are followed including auditing enumerators and performing daily checks of the incoming data; correcting the errors of staff iteratively to ensure the data is of the highest quality.
  • Managing the data from collection at the household to delivery of a final, cleaned dataset.
  • Managing the budget including tracking all expenses to ensure costs are within project funds.
  • Managing the project budget and field expenses.

Application Instructions

Complete the J-PAL/IPA common application. After completing a brief registration, choose the Research job category, then select “Senior Research Associate, Small-Scale Agriculture”.  Most applications for research positions require you to include at minimum two letters of recommendation, a statement of purpose (cover letter), CV, and transcripts.

Note that you are able to submit your application before your references complete their recommendation letters; however, you must include their contact information before submitting your application.

Given the volume of applications received, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

About IPA

Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) is a research and policy nonprofit that discovers and promotes effective solutions to global poverty problems. IPA brings together researchers and decision-makers to design, rigorously evaluate, and refine these solutions and their applications, ensuring that the evidence created is used to improve the lives of the world’s poor. In recent decades, trillions of dollars have been spent on programs designed to reduce global poverty, but clear evidence on which programs succeed is rare, and when evidence does exist, decision-makers often do not know about it. IPA exists to bring together leading researchers and these decision-makers to ensure that the evidence we create leads to tangible impact on the world. Since its founding in 2002, IPA has worked with over 575 leading academics to conduct over 650 evaluations in 51 countries. This research has informed hundreds of successful programs that now impact millions of individuals worldwide.

Director of Planning & Programmes

ZAMBIA AGENCY FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The Zambia Agency for Persons with Disabilities is a Government Agency, established under Act No. 6
of 2012. The agency is mandated with the responsibility of coordinating and providing services to persons with disabilities.

The Agency is inviting cpplications from suitably qualified and experienced individuals to fill the following positions:

1. DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND PROGRAMMES 1 POST (Three (3) years Renewable contract)

ZAPD seeks a senior professional with a global vision committed to human rights, especially for persons with disabilities to effectively develop innovative approaches, relationships with various stakeholders, government line Ministries, donors and other partner Civil Society Organizations (CSO); and is persistent and determined to fight for the rights of vulnerable people especially for persons with disabilities.

Department/Unit: Planning and Programmes

Work station: Lusaka with frequent in-country travel (50%)

Reports To: Director General, ZAPD

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Plan, coordinate and implement programme development activities for Cran s Management.
  • Establish policies, procedures and operational guidelines for all programmes.
  • Evaluate programmes, provide on-site programme monitoring and reviews and provide feedback as needed.
  • Report and discuss activity schedule plans with Director General and other Heads of Departments.
  • Attend to all necessary programme workshops, events and training seminars.
  • Communicate policy and information to programme staff at all levels.
  • Communicate programmes status with Director General and other relevant authorities on a regular basis.
  • Ensure availability, accessibility and use of strategic information regarding programming and prioritizing the multi-sectoral response and programme support services.
  • Ensure that appropriate ard consistent advocacy is undertaken in relation to Prevention,
  • Impact Mitigation, treatment, care and SUPPOrt programmes.
  • Oversees timely development and implementation of capacity building interventions in order to impart appropriate skills and knowledge.
  • Manages effectively, the utilization of human, financial and materials resources in the directorate in order to ensure effective and efficient operations and the attainment of the directorate’s objective.
  • Provide leadership to the strategic and operational plans and oversee their implementation.
  • Promote ZAPD sustainability through strong fundraising and relevant relationships with donors.
  • Maintain and foster partnerships with like-minded Agencies nationally, regionally and internationally.
  • Enhance Partner with Disabled Persons Organizations (DPOs) to apply sustainable approaches in their project activities.
  • Provide technical assistance 10 ensure Ihal persons with disabilities and their families are provided favourable opportunities to cngago as sustainable livelihood activities.
  • Provide technical assistance to ensure that disability issues are integrated in ZAPD Action
  • Research and M&E activities and that the M&E system measures disabilities-related changes in targeted beneficiaries.
  • Ensure engagement of the Board of Directors on all strategic matters by providing appropriate and timely information on the status of ZAPD Programmes.

Qualifications and Relevant Skills:

  • Grade 12 Certificate or equivalent
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Development Studies or Social Sciences is desirable
  • Appropriate academic qualifications and/or including significant programme management experience mcy be considered
  • Minimum of 5 years post qualifying experience in the same field.
  • Experience in project management
  • Must bo 30 years and abovc.

Competencies / Personal Attributes

  • Computer literate with good organizational and communication skills
  • Good facilitation and interpersonal skills
  • Good analytical skills
  • Must be mature and self-motivated
  • Ability to work in a stressful environment
  • Management and leadership skills
  • Ability to work independently with advanced problem solving, appropriately
  • Excellent time management and planning capacity.

Successful applicants will be required to take up the appointment immediately. Women and Persons with Disabilities who meet the essential criteria are encouraged to apply.

Applications together with certified copies of relevant qualifications, curriculum vitae with three traceable referees and a day time contact number, should be submitted by Friday 27th April, 2018 to the undersigned;

The Zambia Agency for Persons with Disabilities
P.O. Box 50073
Lusaka

Receptionist & Administrator

Global Platform Zambia (GPZ) is an ActionAid Zambia youth hub for empowerment and activism open for young people who aspire to make positive change in their society. We are a busy organization and are therefore looking for a Finance intern to support our team.

HOW? The Intern will work together with the team to deliver on the following tasks:

  • Welcome, sign -in and support guests visiting the Global Platform
  • Dealing with general request from the public by phone and email
  • Take bookings for room hire, equipment and training among other things
  • Weekly Activity sheets for the team to help coordinate activities
  • Working with the support team (cooks, cleaners and gardeners) to ensure the GP is ready for the public
  • Check-in participants at the start and end of courses
  • Administrative duties that arrive to support the team – taking minutes, data entry, etc
  • Youth board liaison – organize and coordinate board meetings
  • Procurement – support the finance team with procurement issues pertaining to general running of the Global Platform



WHY SHOULD I APPLY? Apply because you love working in a young environment and are conducting a relevant study but are looking for practical experience. Apply because you can learn new skills while contributing positively to establishing GPZ and push it to become a vibrant youth hub! Because you want to work as part of a team who believe the young people have the power to collectively change their country for the better.

WHO CAN APPLY? For this role you will need to be:

  • aged between 18-35
  • dedicated to the Global Platform project, its value and vision
  • demonstrate passion, clear interest and knowledge of receptionist work and administration duties.
  • confident, enjoy talking to the public, have strong attention to detail and be very very organised.
  • able to commit full time hours for 4 months (this will include some weekend and evening work)
  • committed to driving continuous improvement in your work and the work of the Global Platform

IS THE POSITION PAID? Interns are given allowance of K2500 per month (paid via bank transfer), with K125 deducted monthly for obligatory Napsa payments. Lunch will also be provided. Additionally, the intern will be offered to attend a relevant training at GPZ during/after they have volunteered with the Platform.

To apply, send your application to Careers.Zambia@actionaid.org

Your application should be submitted by 4th April, 2018. If you are shortlisted, you will be invited for a short interview one of the following days at GPZ. Please ensure that you mention www.gozambiajobs.com as the source of this job advertisement.

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Collections/Debt Recovery Officer

Treetop Funds is Micro lending institution offering financing options to salaried employees and SMEs. We are currently looking for proactive individuals to fill the following positions;

COLLECTIONS/DEBT RECOVERY OFFICER

Debt recovery officer is required to collect debts under general supervision and act as the liaison between the company and our clients;

  • Keep track of assigned accounts to identify outstanding debts
  • Plan course of action to recover outstanding payments
  • Locate and contact debtors to inquire of their payment status
  • Negotiate payoff deadlines or payment plans
  • Investigate and resolve discrepancies
  • Create trust relationships with debtors when possible to avoid future issues
  • Liaise with the accountant to stay updated on status and database regularly
  • Alert superiors of debtors unwilling or unable to pay when necessary
  • Comply with requirements when legal action is unavoidable

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Grade 12 Certificate
  • Ability to be polite and compassionate without lacking confidence
  • Exceptional Listening and communication skills
  • Should be persistent



How to apply: Contact: info@treetopfunds.co.zm; libuya.anisa@gmail.com

Please indicate the job title in the subject of your e-mail and use your full name and the job title you are applying for as the filename of your application. Application should consist of your cover letter and CV only. Please DON’T attach copies of certificates. Please ensure that you mention www.gozambiajobs.com as the source of this job advertisement.

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Technology Provider

Technology provider to build multi-messaging platform to drive uptake of digital insurance tool

(a) Product Development:

  • Build upon an insurance platform to harness the power of rainfall data and couple it with the vast farmer database to produce customized messages for the smallholder farmer’s unique situation.
  • Utilize expertise to codify and expand the use of WhatsApp as a direct-messaging platform for smallholder farmers, and the agribusinesses that directly serve them.
  •  Develop and testing of a scheduler for SMS, IVR and WhatsApp messages building on an existing database system.

(b) A/B testing of content and channels:

  • Develop content based on 2017/2018 in-season learnings
  • A/B test messages with farmers from the database to see which are -more effective at influencing smallholder behaviour.
  • A/B test delivery channels, using WhatsApp for business, direct SMS campaigns, and push-pull SMS services
  • Deliver highest resonating messages through the highest impact channel to all farmers (both seed and fertilizer customers) during the 2018/2019 maize season

(c) Development of WhatsApp business product

  • Close work with ecosystem partners to become an early adopter of the WhatsApp Business platform.
  • Will require integration into current system, as well as a staff person to manage the relationship with WhatsApp

Eligible candidates are encouraged to download the request for proposals document and accompanying scope of work document for their action.

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Organization Overview

The International Health Division is committed to the improvement of health and healthcare delivery around the world.  Serving both the public and private sectors, our efforts include health policy research and evaluation, health promotion and disease prevention, health finance, and health systems management.  Our impact is felt in policies that ensure healthcare access for women, children, and individuals with special needs, in strengthening health infrastructures, and HIV/AIDS solutions.

Opportunity

Abt Associates seeks a qualified Technical Specialist 10 / Public Financial Management Specialist to support the Supporting an Aids Free Era (SAFE) project and the International Health Division in Zambia. The USAID-funded SAFE project is led by John Snow International and Abt Associate is a sub-contractor responsible for activities involving capacity development and public financial management. The project will provide technical assistance to the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Finance and in three provinces to reduce HIV mortality, morbidity and transmission, while improving nutrition outcomes and FP integration.

Key Roles and Responsibilities

Specifically related to funds and activities for HIV & AIDS prevention, care and treatment:

  • Support the MOH in provinces and districts to strengthen the public financial management institutions, policies, and processes that govern the use of public funds
  • Support the MOH at sub-national level with budget allocation, timely budget execution, and improved compliance with GRZ financial management and procurement systems.
  • Assist the MOH to review budgets and expenditures with a focus on equity, efficiency, quality, and transparency.
  • Provide technical assistance, coaching and mentoring to provincial, district and hospital management and accounting personnel to reinforce the implementation of Government of Zambia public financial management systems and the NAV Dynamics accounting software.

Preferred Skills / Prerequisites

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accountancy, ACCA or equivalent; Master’s degree in Business Administration or Finance will be an added advantage
  • At least six years of experience with public financial management systems, ten years of experience preferred
  • Experience with USAID or other donor-funded programs is highly desirable
  • Member of Zambia Institute of Chartered Accountants (ZICA)
  • Excellent computer, communications, and organizational skills
  • Proven ability to write technical papers and reports

Minimum Qualifications

(6+) years of experience and a master degree OR the equivalent combination of education and experience.

Abt Associates is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse workforce. Abt Associates provides market-competitive salaries and comprehensive employee benefits.

Local candidates strongly encouraged to apply.

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Project Assistant / District Coordinator

Organization Overview

The International Health Division is committed to the improvement of health and healthcare delivery around the world.  Serving both the public and private sectors, our efforts include health policy research and evaluation, health promotion and disease prevention, health finance, and health systems management.  Our impact is felt in policies that ensure healthcare access for women, children, and individuals with special needs, in strengthening health infrastructures, and HIV/AIDS solutions.

Opportunity

Abt Associates, a major American business and government research, technical assistance, and consulting company, manages the USAID-funded Vector Control Task Order 1. Task Order 1 will support the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) and USAID to plan and implement an integrated vector control approach with the overall goal of reducing the burden of malaria. Abt has implemented indoor residual spraying (IRS) for PMI since 2011, delivering high-quality IRS programs and gathering the most comprehensive vector control entomological data in the world. Under this contract, Abt will expand entomological monitoring to guide programs focused on insecticide-treated mosquito nets and IRS and continue to assist PMI in reducing the burden of malaria through IRS and capacity building in 22 African countries where malaria is endemic. Abt also will continue to support PMI in IRS monitoring and evaluation, as well as environmental compliance.

Under supervision of the Operations Manager, the District Coordinator will focus on programmatic and management oversight for all aspects of the project’s spray operations in their assigned district(s), including spray campaign planning, technical assistance and training, logistical and operational support and supervision, and activity tracking and reporting.  S/he will coordinate closely with provincial government counterparts, and oversee the activities of project field staff and seasonal spray teams.

Key Roles and Responsibilities

  • Manage robust IRS campaign planning efforts in assigned geographical area, including quantification of insecticides and equipment needs; identification and recruitment of spray teams; logistical planning for IRS distribution and transportation; insecticide and equipment storage, security, and environmental safety; and coordination with provincial level Ministry of Health counterparts.
  • Work in collaboration with the malaria and IRS focal point persons at the Provincial or District Health Office to manage the planning and coordination of IRS activities.
  • Oversee the recruitment, training, and supervision of spray teams and IRS spray operators.
  • Supervise and track inventory distribution and storage of materials, work with the logistics and procurement team to support procurement of IRS materials.
  • Supervise IRS implementation, and contribute to the trainings conducted in the assigned geographical area.
  • Ensure that routine program tracking and reporting are in place and delivered on time.
  • Supervise and monitor field data collection with project M&E team.
  • Manage the community mobilization and SBCC/IEC campaigns and data collection process.
  • Ensure that all risk prevention and environmental compliance measures are fully implemented and work closely with the project environmental compliance staff and district/province officers to address relevant issues.
  • Facilitate communication between the districts in the assigned geographic area and the project office.
  • Represents the program at meetings with the community leaders and local steering committees.
  • Prepare weekly and other activity reports as directed by the project Operations Manager.
  • The position requires frequent travel to field sites to support and oversee district and community level operations and activities.



Preferred Skills / Prerequisites

  • Bachelors Degree
  • At least two (2) years of relevant professional work experience, with significant amounts of experience directly in Vector Control and IRS Operations.
  • Experience in regulatory and operational aspects of insecticide use and management is preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with a minimum of direction and supervision.
  • Demonstrated ability to work both as a member of a team and as a team leader, with the ability to accept the inputs of other team members.
  • Strong management and planning skills of project tasks and budgets.
  • Demonstrates leadership and team work and produces high quality work in a timely, cost effective manner and has excellent writing skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal communications, and organizational skills.
  • Excellent computer skills, computer software programs, including MSWord, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Experience with USAID funded programs and/or other international development experience.
  • English language fluency

Minimum Qualifications

  • ( 4+ ) years of experience OR the equivalent combination of education and experience.

Abt Associates is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse workforce. Abt Associates provides market-competitive salaries and comprehensive employee benefits.

Local candidates strongly encouraged to apply.

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