Multiple Monitoring And Evaluations Jobs In NGOs
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates to fill the monitoring and evaluation positions listed below.
Planning Monitoring And Evaluation Advisor, Harare, Zimbabwe
Education: Essential: Post-secondary or paraprofessional training or certification in an area related to office administration and/or accounting and financial management. Desirable: Higher education
Competencies: UNAIDS Values: – Commitment to the AIDS response. – Integrity – Respect for diversity
Core competencies: – Working in teams – Communicating with impact – Applying expertise – Delivering results – Driving change and innovation – Being accountable
Managerial competencies: – Leading teams – Building relationships and networks – Developing and empowering others – Managing performance and resources – Vision and strategic thinking – Exercising sound judgement
Experience: Essential: A minimum of six years of progressively responsible experience in general office administration experience, including experience in dealing with financial matters. Knowledge of and/or familiarity with the administrative processes of international organizations. Desirable: Knowledge of and experience with UNAIDS or WHO administrative policies. Experience in the supervision of administrative personnel and the use of ERP systems.
Languages: Essential: Advanced level of English and the official language in the duty station. Desirable: Knowledge of additional UN official languages.
Additional Information: Additional Information: Please note that for this vacancy, candidates must be nationals of Zimbabwe or legal residents with a valid Zimbabwe residence or work permit A valid passport will be requested. You are required to reside within reasonable commuting distance of the UNAIDS office located in Harare. Furthermore, only online applications will be accepted. Other similar positions at the same level may be filled from this vacancy notice.
Annual salary: (Net of tax) 29,307 United states dollars at single rate
Applicants will be required to take a test. Applicants will be contacted directly if selected for an interview.
Applications from people living with HIV are particularly welcome. Applications from women and from nationals of non- and under-represented member states are particularly encouraged.
Any appointment/extension of appointment is subject to the Staff Regulations and Rules of the World Health Organization (WHO) adjusted, as necessary, to take into account the particular operational needs of UNAIDS, and any subsequent amendments. Only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted.
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Program Assistant – Community Led Monitoring, Harare
Under the supervision of the Equality and Rights for All Officer, the Programme Assistant has the following key responsibilities: 1- General administrative support : a- Coordinate and ensure smooth CLM workflow with team leads; HQ Project Coordinator, CDC/PEPFAR Implementation Advisor, Equality and Rights Officer and the CLM Project lead.
- Ensures the smooth running of the office by maintaining close contact with a broad range of staff at all levels throughout UNAIDS. Serves as a focal point for all CLM financial, matters, answers queries and provides ongoing advice and/or resolves issues. When required, prepares administrative guidelines and ensures their implementation and conducts meetings, trainings and other forms of capacity building to brief other CBO staff on new and/or revised rules and procedures.
- Ensures that all necessary administrative authorizations are obtained, that all mandatory requirements are fulfilled and that all relevant UNAIDS systems and registers are maintained up to date and to standard. d-Support establishment of the CLM Grant Management Unit at UNAIDS and the hosting of the TA team at ZNNP+.
- Assist in conducting pre-award assessment for all partners; – Establish and maintain electronic and hard files for all grants as per CDC/UNAIDS practices f-Maintains office/programme/project files for completed and on-going CLM activities in paper or electronic form for monitoring purposes as required. Produces ad hoc administrative reports as required. g-Work closely with the members of the grants management team to implement a consistent- hard copy / electronic filing structure and system for financial information and contracts related to grants. Ensure all grant files are organized and well managed for planning and preparation of donor reports and project monitoring.
- Work collaboratively with the other grants management team members in overseeing sub-grant functions including monitoring of grant periods/due dates and close out of the sub-grant awards. i-Implement policies and procedures around the administration and monitoring of grants, and procedures designed to comply with donor regulations. Articulate CDC/UNAIDS financial management policies relevant to the management of the CLM grant j-On own initiative or as instructed, drafts or prepares in final version general and administrative correspondence. Checks correspondence submitted for clearance for consistency, style, accuracy and compliance with corresponding rules and procedures. Prepares presentations, edits documents or liaises with originators to eliminate deficiencies, when necessary.
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