Head - Programmes & Training: Zimbabwe National Network of Plhiv (Znnp+)
Deadline: 30 October 2019 (COB)
Reports To: Executive Director
Subordinates: Programme Officer, Provincial Coordinators
Initiate programme ideas and develop into proposals for funding; Ensure programme/project activities are implemented successfully within prescribed time intervals; Ensure active are implemented against budget and plan; Oversee the compilation and authorization of project and institutional reports; Maintain calendar of reporting deadlines; Maintain up to date database of donors and grants received; Oversee the performance of Programme Officer, Project Officers and Provincial Coordinators; Prepare and present to management the consolidated annual work plan, training programme and annual report; Provide guidance and coordination of HIV and AIDS programming in establishing, nurturing and capacity building of support structures for people living with HIV; Ensure implementation of projects in compliance with donor guidelines and procedures; To receive, control organisational funds and ensure that all expenditure is incurred in a bona fide manner and is genuinely supported; To ensure timely and accurate acquittals and reporting of all financial transactions; Capacity development of community structures for identification of critical HIV/TB advocacy issue for redress with relevant stakeholders; Facilitate the development of strategic and resource mobilization and networking plans and mechanisms for support groups and networks of people living with HIV; Participate in and contribute to organizational strategic planning and reviews; Overall responsibility for the supervision and mentoring of assigned officers; Any other duties assigned by the immediate supervisor.
Qualification and Experience
Degree in Social work, Development Studies, Sociology, Health Sciences or equivalent from a recognized institution; An advanced degree or post graduate qualification is an added advantage; At least 8 years’ experience in project planning and management, monitoring and evaluating HIV and community development work; Demonstrated appreciation of financial and administrative requirements in an NGO environment; Demonstrated commitment to working with PLHIV (including key populations, women, children and youths); Possession of a clean class 4 driver’s licenses with at least 3 years’ experience and a defensive driving certificate; Ability to work with minimum supervision; Ability to communicate at all levels.
If you meet the above criteria and you have the drive, you may apply including a motivational letter (300 words maximum) and three contactable referees indicating the position being applied for through: The Executive Director, No 28 Divine Road, Milton Park, Harare or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Created: October 21, 2019
Category: Ngo, Social Services, Kubatana
Expiry Date: Oct. 30, 2019