ZAMBIA GOVERNMENT JOBS 2017 – Ministry of Health – January 2017


TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF ICT EQUIPMENT

IFB No. MoH/GFATM/ORD/006/16
FOR THE SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF ICT EQUIPMENT
1. The Ministry of Health has received funds from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria under the New Funding Model (NFM) grant and it intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments under the contract for the supply and delivery of ICT EQUIPMENT.
2. The Ministry of Health now invites sealed bids from eligible and qualified bidders for the Supply and Delivery of ICT Equipment and tablets
3. Bidding will be conducted through the National Competitive Bidding Procedures specified in the Public Procurement Act of 2008 and the Public Procurement Regulations of 2011 and is open to eligible and interested bidders as defined in the Bidding Documents.
4. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information and/or inspect the bidding document from the MoH website: www.moh.gov.zm or the office of the Head – Procurement and Supplies Unit, MoH, Ndeke House, Haile Selassie Avenue, Lusaka, Zambia. The Telephone number is 260-211-252360 and telefax: 260-211-251404. Telefax and email bids, however, will not be accepted.
5. A complete set of Bidding Documents in English may be purchased by interested bidders upon payment of a non-refundable fee of K500.00 (Kwacha Five hundred) or equivalent in any freely convertible currency at the prevailing exchange rate. Purchase and collection of bidding documents shall be Monday to Friday from 08:00 hours to 16:30 hours.
The method of payment will be cash or bank certified cheque.
6. Bids must be delivered to and placed in the tender box at the address below on or before 10:00 hour’s local time on Friday 27th January,2017. Bids must be appropriately bound, sealed and labelled. Electronic bidding will not be permitted. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be opened in the presence of the bidders or their representatives who choose to attend in person at the address below immediately after 10:00 hour’s local time on Friday 27th January,2017. All bids must be accompanied by a Bid Security (bank Guarantee or Bid Bond) of 2% (two percent) of the bid sum or an equivalent amount in a freely convertible currency.

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Opportunities at Zambia Revenue Authority – DeadLine : 10/02/2017


CLARIFICATIONS ON THE TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY, DELIVERY, INSTALLATION, CONFIGURATION, TESTING AND COMMISSIONING OF AN INVOICING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

DeadLine : 10/02/2017

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Three Types Of Interviews And How To Prepare For It


People who excel, prepare, plan and are equipped with resources and information that will help them in their endeavors. I thought to share this with you guys today. Read and have a productive week ahead.

There are basically three types of interviews and understanding the type you are most likely to experience would put you in a position where you will not only be well prepared but you will also be able to impress your interviewer.

The three types of interviews are:

1. Technical interviews
For positions like software engineering, web development, chemical engineering, medicine etc, this is the type of interview that you are likely to experience. You may find yourself getting into the interview and you are immediately given a board pen to solve some algorithms.

Usually, the aim here is to affirm your knowledge and skill for this position. If it is for a graduate position, you are expected to at least show some passion and also know basic things.

Questions likely to be asked are:
a. Mention as if you are speaking to a lay man the 5 basic rules of SEO
b. What is the full meaning of HTTPS?.
c. What leads to code-bloating in C++?

Note: Knowing the type of interview is not enough you may want to read: How To Act At Interviews: http://www.hrtechnique.com/2016/09/how-to-act-during-job-interviews.html

2. Case interviews

This type of interview is usually experienced when you are interviewing for a consultancy position or in a consulting organization.
You are often presented with a problem and you are asked how you would solve the problem or ameliorate the challenges.

The goal is usually to test your problem solving skills and how holistic your perspective is without bias when prescribing solutions.

Questions likely to be asked are:
a. Your nephew runs a lemonade stand. Yesterday was Monday and he was open from 2pm – 5pm, and sold 2 cups. What should he do differently tomorrow? McKinsey type of question.
b. How many orders on average does Jumia get daily compared to Konga?
c. How many people are likely to wear casuals to work on a Monday in Nigeria?.

3. Behavioral interviews

Behavioral interviews are the most commonly used type of interviews. This interview aims to understand your personality which is sized up within 7 seconds of meeting the interviewer and to also see how kind you are, your confidence level, your speech up-beat, your hand shake, posture, eye contact among many other things.

Questions commonly asked are:
a. Every been in a team where you were not respected as a leader, what did you do?.
b. Have you ever sold a product to a relentlessly difficult and uninterested customer before?.
c. How do you persuade people to see things from your perspective.

Understanding the type of interview you are going for is the first step to performing excellently at the interview for that dream job.

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