Internal Auditor – ICT

National Savings and Credit Bank (NATSAVE) invites applications from suitably qualified and experienced candidates to fill the following position;

1. Purpose of the Job

To undertake internal auditing work on Information Communication Technology systems and applications, involving investigating of fraud and abuse of system aimed at providing guidelines to strengthen systems and procedures in the Bank.

 

2. Key Responsibilities

a) Formulates audit programs with appropriate testing mechanisms, executes the audit program, recognizes control weaknesses, assesses the materiality of those weaknesses and relates them back to the scope ofthe audit.

 

b) Plans and executes audits of information technology platforms and evaluates IT internal controls and collaborates with management to identity action needed.
c) Conducts interviews, reviews documents, develops and administers surveys, compose summary memos and prepares workinng papers.
d) Performs audit procedures, including identifying and defining issues, developing criteria, reviewing and analyses and documenting client and procedures.
e) Supervises the work of auditors engaged in the reviews of NATSAVE activities to ensure compliance with set standards and audit manual.
f) Conducts data extractions analysis and security software prepares comprehensive audit all activities carried out for submission to superior.

 

3. Application Process

If you meet the above requirements. kindly submit your application letter together with a detailed Curriculum Vitae and copies of qualifications to:

 

Director – Resource and Administration
Nat ings and Credit Bank
P.O. Box 30067
SAVERS House, Cairo Road
Lusaka

 

or mwaka.namukonde@natsave.co.zm

Closing date for receiving applications will be 2nd March 2018.

Please note that only successful applicants will be contacted.

 

Terms of Reference (ToR) to conduct a ten (10) day Trauma focused Psychosocial Training in Nchelenge

Terms of Reference (ToR) to conduct a ten (10) day Trauma focused Psychosocial Training in Nchelenge

1. Introduction

Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organization for children. We work in around 120 countries. We save children’s lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfill their potential. We work to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. Across all of our work, we pursue several core values: accountability, ambition, collaboration, creativity and integrity. Save the Children’s vision is a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation. Save the Children has been working in Zambia since 1989. Its operation in various thematic areas are either direct implemented or through local partner organizations.The country office has invested a lot of resources both technical and financial support in helping children who are vulnerable and marginalized country wide through its programmes in Health and Nutrition, Education, Child Protection, Child Rights Governance, Humanitarian and Child Poverty. Over the past years Save the Children has built strong partnerships with Government through the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health, and Ministry of Community Development and Social Welfare.

 

 

2. Background

Save the Children (SC) Zambia is implementing a project in Nchelenge; Luapula Province addressing the Refugee influx from DRC. The project is mainly focusing on Child Protection interventions and Education in the Refugee settlement. The Project started in October 2017 and ends 30th June 2018. In Child Protection Save the Children is working

Rational

The Trauma focused psychosocial training to the volunteers working with children will be an important capacity building component in the camp because, children have gone through a lot of traumatic experiences through the conflict and also some have also lost their loved ones. Therefore it would be important that the volunteers are able to offer psychosocial support in the child friendly spaces.

 

 

Scope of work

Objective To train 25 DSW officers and volunteers in Trauma focused psychosocial Counselling
Duration

Five Working Days (5 to 9th March, 2018)

Deliverables

  • To train DSW Officers and volunteers in psychosocial counselling for them to become competent psychosocial counsellors,
  • Submit a report after completion of the training program.

 

Qualifications, experience and competences

The consultant should have relevant experience and skills in the following key areas:

  1. Experience in development of Psychosocial training manuals;
  2. Experience in Trauma Focussed therapy support;
  3. Have not less than 5 years facilitation skills;
  4. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills ( oral and written);
  5. Extensive report writing skills;
  6. Good interpersonal skills.

Ability to speak any of the local languages in the program sites added advantage.

 

 

Submission

Interested individuals are invited to submit their letter of interest and curriculum vitae to the Human Resource Director t at Save the Children’s Offices: Plot 16-794, off Alick Nkata Road, Lusaka. Electronic submissions via: jobs.zambia@savethechildren.org. Please quote the job title as “Local Consultancy – Trauma focused Psychosocial Training in Nchelenge”.

The deadline for submission is 28th February 2018 at 12:00 hours.

 

National Project Officer

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT (1 position)

Background

In collaboration with other UN agencies in Zambia (UNFPA, WHO, UNDP, UNICEF, UNAIDS) the ILO will implement a project on “promoting disability inclusion in HIV, sexual and reproductive health and social protection in Luapula Province”. The project is funded by the UN Partnership on the Rights of Persons with Disability (UNPRPD).

The project focuses on promoting disability inclusion in HIV, sexual and reproductive health services, with a particular emphasis on women and girls with disabilities, and linkages to social protection in Mansa and Samfya Districts in Luapula Province.

 

 

 

In this context, the ILO Lusaka office seeks to recruit a National Project Officer based in Mansa, Zambia.

(1) National Project Officer, NPO NO-A (Ref. ILO/LUS/NPO/SP/2/2018/TC) – MANSA

Main responsibilities and duties:

  1. Coordinate the implementation of the UNPRPD project through timely provision of inputs and outputs, and planning, control, monitoring and evaluation of project activities, in conformity with ILO policies and project strategies, and in accordance with ILO programming guidelines and country/action programs, and administrative and financial procedures.
  2. Provide technical advice and guidance to national partners in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of project activities under the UNPRPD, under the guidance of the Disability Coordinator and the CTA

 

  1. Review, verify and analyze workplans, progress and final reports and other data for clarity, consistency and completeness and monitor the progress of Project activities. Follow-up on delayed documents, clarify information, and answer questions about clearance and processing requirements to support successful completion of agreed activities
  2. Lead in the preparation of briefs, background information, technical reports and periodic progress reports and statistical data on status of the overall activities of the Project.
  3. Assist in the programming and control of resources of the project, prepare budget estimates and expenditure forecasts by analysing and monitoring situation of resources as compared to planned activities and making recommendations for remedial action.
  4. Promote ILO standards regarding disability inclusion and non-discrimination
  5. Perform other related tasks/assignments as may be assigned by the supervisor.

 

Qualifications and experience:

  • First level university degree in social sciences (in a discipline related to Development, Disability, and Social Protection or similar) with demonstrated expertise in the relevant technical field and strong knowledge on development issues particularly in Zambia.
  • At least one or two years of relevant experience in project management, administration and implementation of grant/cooperative agreement requirements (including meeting deadlines, achieving targets, and overseeing the preparation and submission of required reports to the project donor), preferably with thematic emphasis on disability inclusion and/or social protection.
  • Familiarity with ILO policies and procedures including experience working with officials of ministries of Labour, Education, Social Welfare and Disability in Zambia would be an advantage

 

Competencies:

  • Knowledge and experience in assessment and elaboration of programme and policy proposals on disability inclusion; Familiarity with national instruments and debate on disability inclusion and social protection in Zambia; Proven knowledge and understanding of the rights based approach to disability inclusion and the principles of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities; Knowledge of the office’s financial rules and regulations ;Good knowledge of the context and challenges for the project areas of expertise; Strong analytical skills and ability to justify requirements and approaches to problem resolution and good drafting skills; Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Demonstrate collaborative and team work experience and ability to work effectively with a multicultural and interdisciplinary team as well as work on his/her own initiative; Ability to work independently, quickly, precisely, and take initiative and responsibility.

 

 

How to apply

Submit application letters with CVs (do not include certificates) with at least 3 traceable references to us by email HR_Lusaka@ilo.org or to the Director, ILO Country Office for Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique, Lubwa Road, Rhodes Park, P.O. Box 32181, Lusaka by 2 March 2018 .

Only shortlisted candidates will be considered

For the full detailed Job Description see under the advert on `Employment Opportunities’
www.ilo.org/lusaka

 

 

Assessed candidates who will be considered as appointable but not selected for this position can also be offered to be assigned on another temporary position at the same or at a lower grade provided that said candidates possesses the minimum qualifications for this position.

“ILO IS COMMITTED TO GENDER EQUALITY IN ITS MANDATE AND ITS STAFF. WELL QUALIFIED CANDIDATES, PARTICULARLY FEMALES AND PERSONS WITH DISABILITY ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY”.

 

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