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- Support the Senior Technical Advisor daily so outputs and workstreams are achieved on time through operational, technical and analytical support.- Monitor progress and track key indicators for quarterly milestones and objectives for workforce retention, deployment and sustainability for reporting purposes.- Conduct field visits and work inclusively with officials at the subnational level to generate, test and institutionalize evidence related to Human Resources for Health sustainability.- Attend meetings and other forums at the national and subnational level to identify issues and opportunities related to Human Resources for Health.- Assist in developing tools, templates and presentations on evidence generated and workstream priorities to suit various audiences.- Engage and work with officials at the national level to identify their human resources for health priorities by attending meetings and supporting ongoing work (such as operational planning).- Support the development of national strategic plans and other documents that provide the roadmap and vision for Human Resources for Health.- Conduct other ad-hoc and emerging tasks related to evidence generation, implementation, and sustainability of human resources for health programmes.
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Zimbabwe
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Zimbabwe
Primary Job Location : City
Zimbabwe
Additional Location Description
Mutare, Zimbabwe
- Maintain accurate financial records, including cashbooks, ledgers, and bank reconciliations.- Monitor project expenditures, ensuring adherence to approved budgets and cost control measures.- Assist in budget preparation and monitor budget utilization, providing regular updates to project management.- Ensure compliance with USAID financial regulations and guidelines.- Assist in preparing financial reports for submission to USAID, adhering to specific reporting requirements.- Assist in the preparation of audit schedules and coordinate external audits as required.- Support project staff in understanding and implementing financial policies and procedures.- Monitor project cash flow and ensure timely and accurate disbursement of funds.- Prepare cash flow projections and manage cash flow requirements.- Coordinate with banks and financial institutions for fund transfers and other transactions.- Prepare VAT refund claims reports in compliance with donor rules and regulations.- Ensure compliance with local tax regulations and reporting requirements.- Assist in the development and implementation of financial policies and procedures.- Coordinate travel arrangements and logistics for project staff and visitors.- Maintain project-related documentation, contracts, and agreements.- Support procurement processes, including obtaining quotations, preparing purchase orders, and tracking deliveries.- Assist managing vendor relationships and negotiate contracts to obtain the best value for goods and services.- Assist in maintaining inventory of project assets and equipment.
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Zimbabwe
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Zimbabwe
Primary Job Location : City
Harare
- Deliver technical assistance in human capacity and workforce development with government partners.- Work with the government and relevant partners to operationalize Zimbabwe’s new national HRH policy and strategy and establish feedback loops for continuous improvement.- Assist the MOHCC in conducting Human Resources for Health (HRH) situation analyses to identify challenges in retention across provinces.- Work closely with the MOHCC to update and use human resources for health (HRH) information system(s) for analysis and decision-making.- Support the MOHCC in developing a formal retention strategy based on the situational analysis results.- Work with relevant personnel to develop and test MNCH capacity strengthening (i.e., mentorship programs) and staff retention strategies in project areas. Develop/revise and ensure that the project’s capacity development tools–training materials, job aides, standard operating protocols, and other materials—reflect local context and needs and are of high quality.- Ensure that the delivery of training and mentoring is cost-effective, consistent, efficient, and meets or exceeds project and MOHCC expectations.- Monitor the implementation of workforce development and retention activities against approved objectives, budgets, and key project indicators. Serve as a technical resource to project personnel on issues of design, methods, and interpretation of results related to capacity strengthening.- Work with the project’s technical and MERL specialists and its MOHCC and USAID stakeholders to determine the project monitoring and evaluation metrics.- Contribute to program learning (implementation research) design, evaluation activities, and use of their results.- Contribute to regular progress reports and other technical documents.
Program (Division)
Country Programs - Zimbabwe
Employment Status
Full Time
Primary Job Location : Country (Full Name)
Zimbabwe
Primary Job Location : City
Harare

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