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Jointed Hands Welfare Organisation (JHWO)
Deadline: 19 September 2021
Locations: Mangwe and Umzingwane Districts
About Jointed Hands Welfare Organisation
Jointed Hands Welfare Organisation (JHWO) is a local NGO that envisions a harm and disease-free society. JHWO implements multiple interventions across the country under four strategic pillars namely, Health, Orphans and Vulnerable Children, Adolescents and Youth, Economic Strengthening and Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, Research and Learning.
Under the Health pillar, JHWO is implementing a Pathways project in Gweru and Nkayi whose goal is to enhance the resilience of Orphans and Vulnerable Children and their caregivers towards getting to zero new HIV infections in Zimbabwe by 2022. In Kwekwe, the organisation aims to find, test, and treat at least 1000 missed HIV infected children through a community and household case management approach. The Kunda-Nqob’iTB (KN-TB) meaning the fight against TB initiative, is a 5-year USAID support to the TB Local Organization Network program in Zimbabwe with JHWO being one of the four partners. To complement government in its quest for health for all, JHWO has a clinic at Riverdale that offers primary health care and has a laboratory to ease pressure from surrounding diagnostic sites. The organisation is host to the Stop TB Partnership Zimbabwe platform, one of the many country-level Stop TB partnerships that was formed in partnership with the Ministry of Health and Child Care’s National TB Program with support from Stop TB Partnership Global. The Global Fund project aims at strengthening health and community systems using integrated and leveraged platforms. Community based monitoring, community led advocacy culminating in social accountability and bi-directional relationships will be pivoted against JHWO’s dynamic capabilities. It is against the mandate of the health pillar that the organisation seeks two Project Officers to fill in positions that have arisen under the Community Systems Strengthening project
Each Programs Officer will report to the Programs Manager (PM) for efficient and timely implementation of the project. He/she will implement activities including collating and consolidating data from districts into a comprehensive report and supervise quality data collection activities. Each Officer will also conduct baselines, surveys, data collection, data analysis, mentorship and reporting.
At least a Bachelor degree in Social sciences, Public Health, Health promotion or similar qualifications. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in programming in an NGO setting. A Monitoring and Evaluation qualification is an added advantage. Clean class 4 driver’s licence. Officer should be able to ride or willing to learn. Proficiency in MS Office packages (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) Good relationship management skills with ability to work collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary and multicultural teams. Good analytical, translation and packaging skills .Diligence, accuracy, and timeliness in executing assigned responsibilities, initiative-taking and results oriented.
Please send your certificates, CV, copy of licence and cover letter to [email protected] Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Please note that JHWO does not solicit any organization or individual to recruit on their behalf. No fee is charged throughout the recruitment, selection and placement process. Canvassing will lead to disqualification of candidates. Reach out to the Jointed Hands Website for more information www.jointedhands.org