Namibia: Procurement and Operations Specialist

Organization: Southern African Development Community
Country: Namibia
Closing date: 29 Jan 2016

The Procurement and Operations specialist will oversee procurement-related activities under the grant, closely monitor all procurement processes by the PR, ensuring that procurement is in line with workplans and goals, that the procurement rules are adhered to, and that the highest efficiency and transparency in the use of the funds is achieved. He/She will develop strong working relationships with the procurement offices and Global Fund PRs in the Elimination 8 member countries, harmonizing procurement-related aspects of global fund malaria programming. In addition to the procurement functions, He/She will be responsible for all administrative (contractual, organizational and logistical) matters related to grant implementation and will deputize the Grant Coordinator in the implementation of day-to-day projects. He/She will be highly experienced in the technical aspects of procurement and contracting, with experience in operations management for a regional or international agency. He/She will be an innovative problem solver, with a track record of delivering results in complex environments, a strong work ethic, and proven experience in interfacing with a wide range of stakeholders, including governments and donors.

How to apply:

INTERESTED ?

Our client offers an attractive package commensurate with qualifications and experience. The closing date is 22 January 2016 and candidates who are citizens of one of the fifteen SADC countries are encouraged to apply. We request that you e-mail your CV for the attention of;

If applying for the Procurement and Operations Specialist position please forward your CVs to CV for the attention of Ms Jennifer Mifima to jenny@potentia.com.na ( Application Code ReliefWeb2016).

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Namibia: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

Organization: Southern African Development Community
Country: Namibia
Closing date: 29 Jan 2016

Under the direct supervision of the Monitoring and Evaluations (M&E) Manager, you will be responsible for the monitoring and evaluation of results. Your key responsibility is to support the M&E Manager to determine the impact of activities with the aim of aiding evidence-based decision-making. In order to respond to the highly technical nature of this position, it is imperative that you display an analytical disposition and competent in using statistical techniques to conduct impact evaluation. As a part of the consolidated M&E reporting you will support data collection and verification of activities under the grant and implementing partners. In order to succeed in this role you will have to develop strong working relationships with various stakeholders, such as the Country Focal Persons, the National Malaria Control Programs and the implementing partners. Fostering such quality relationships will allow for harmonized reporting that would naturally secure reliable reporting on the grant objectives. This technical positon offers an opportunity to work in a culturally diverse environment, requiring you to interact with the various countries and technical experts in a diplomatic manner. Frequent travel to the E8 member countries will be required.

How to apply:

INTERESTED ?

Our client offers an attractive package commensurate with qualifications and experience. The closing date is 29 January 2016 and candidates who are citizens of one of the fifteen SADC countries are encouraged to apply. We request that you e-mail your CV for the attention of;

If applying for the Monitoring & Evaluation Officer position we request that you e-mail your CV for the attention of Ms Theophilia Shikongo to theo@potentia.com.na (Application Code: ReliefWeb2016)

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Namibia: Regional Analyst

Organization: Southern African Development Community
Country: Namibia
Closing date: 29 Jan 2016

The E8 Secretariat is seeking a highly motivated individual with outstanding academic credentials and strong quantitative analysis capabilities to fill the position of Analyst, Regional Programmes. The Analyst will play a key role in establishing this new regional organization, and will be expected to support numerous functions, primarily involving the collection and use of data to conduct analysis that will improve program design and delivery. The Analyst will bring strong skills in research, expository writing, analysis of data to drive decisions, and formulation of plans and processes for effective strategy and operations. This is therefore for an entrepreneurial, flexible, and driven individual to gain increasing exposure and responsibility, working with the Director of the Secretariat to establish new programs and to enhance effectiveness in the E8’s strategic approach. The Analyst will not necessarily be an expert in malaria, but he/she will have experience (preferably in a management consulting environment) in the analysis of data to drive decisions, and the use of analytical and business/strategy-oriented frameworks to analyze and improve performance. The Analyst will be required to travel frequently throughout southern Africa, and must be able to develop excellent working relationships with member states and regional partners.

How to apply:

INTERESTED ?

Our client offers an attractive package commensurate with qualifications and experience. The closing date is 29 January 2016 and candidates who are citizens of one of the fifteen SADC countries are encouraged to apply. We request that you e-mail your CV for the attention of;

If applying for the Regional Analyst position please forward your CVs for the attention of Ms Jennifer Mifima to jenny@potentia. com.na (Application Code: ReliefWeb2016)

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