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Location: Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe Reporting to: Program Coordinator Deadline: 13 June 2024   Job Description Pangaea Zimbabwe is an independent Zimbabwean entity registered as a local PVO in Pangaea Zimbabwe strives to transform the lives of underserved populations by working to increase access to quality, responsive, evidence-based, client-centered comprehensive health services through facility and community engagement and policy advocacy. The Combination HIV Prevention Project (CHIP) works towards improving PrEP uptake and building the capacity of healthcare workers to provide KP-friendly services in the target areas of Chitungwiza and Mazowe. It makes use of the hubs/ safe spaces model to provide youth-friendly services and create PrEP demand in Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) and Adolescent Boys and Young Men (ABYM) aged between 16-24 years and in their diversity. Pangaea Zimbabwe (PZ) is operating youth drop-in centres in Chitungwiza and Mazowe which offer both clinical services and non-clinical services (comprehensive sexuality education. Working under the general supervision of the Program Coordinator, the Project Nurse will be mainly responsible for ensuring the delivery of adolescent and youth-friendly primary care, HIV, and SRH services to study clients presenting to the facility. The position is 100% level of effort (LOE) and based at the Chitungwiza hub.   Responsibilities: • Providing HIV testing and counselling services to adolescents and young people with linkage to preferred and appropriate preventive and treatment services • Capturing data in standard M & E tools and registers. • Providing PrEP services (Screening, Initiation and Counselling) • Screening, counselling, and management of STIs. • Assessment of family planning needs, counselling, and provision of contraception • Treatment of minor ailments. • Providing psychosocial support to young people. • Referrals to other health service providers. • Maintaining clinical inventory and stock cards. • Preparing monthly work plan. • Compilation and submission of weekly reports • Registration and compliance with regulatory boards. • Attending and participating in stakeholders’ meetings and presenting progress reports. • Interaction with organizations and government departments. • Sensitization of local community leaders about study activities. • Any other duties as assigned   Required Qualifications and Experience • Registered with the Nurses Council of Zimbabwe and in possession of a valid practising certificate. • Experience engaging with adolescent girls and boys, young women and men, preferred. • Valid Certificate in Rapid HIV Testing and Counselling. • Qualifications and experience in counselling services are an added advantage   Skills knowledge and abilities • Excellent communication skills • Ability to navigate electronic data collection systems (experience with ODK, REDCap, KoboCollect, or SurveyCTO) • Ability to effectively manage and work as part of a team. • Nonjudgmental attitude, humanitarian values, and ethics are absolute preconditions • Energetic, independent, and self-motivated • Good knowledge of spoken and written English (at least one relevant local language preferred)   Education requirements • Diploma or Degree in General Nursing   To Apply Suitably qualified candidates can send their Curriculum Vitae and Application to: recruitment@pangaeazw.org on or before 13 June 2024. Only shortlisted Candidates will be contacted

Location: Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe Reporting to: Program Coordinator Deadline: 13 June 2024   Job Description Pangaea Zimbabwe is an independent Zimbabwean entity registered as a local PVO

Job Position: Project Interns Location: Masvingo district x 1 and Gweru district x 1 Contract: 6 months initial with possibility of extension subject availability of funding   Pangaea Zimbabwe is currently recruiting for an anticipated project focused on women and girls' health rights. This project is part of the Zimbabwe Accountability and Civic Engagement grant, supported by DAI. The main objective is to empower women and girls by amplifying their voices, promoting accountability, and enhancing their access to health rights and quality services. The project will specifically target the Gweru and Masvingo districts in Zimbabwe. Applicants must be locally based in the highlighted locations.   Duties and responsibilities:
  1. Provide administrative and logistical support to the Programme Officer in implementing project activities in the district.
  2. Assist in initiating and launching the "Know Your Health Rights" campaign targeting women and girls in communities in Masvingo and/or Gweru districts. This includes coordinating meetings, workshops, and training sessions.
  3. Support the coordination of existing Community-Led Monitoring (CLM) community-based partners (NGOs and CBOs) to gather evidence on barriers and challenges affecting women and girls' access to health services and rights.
  4. Assist in strengthening existing Health Centre Committees at the health facility level. Ensure meaningful involvement and representation of women and girls, particularly Dreams ambassadors and Community Health Rights Champions.
  5. Provide support in revitalizing and strengthening existing multidisciplinary and multisectoral District Task Teams (DTT). This includes logistical arrangements for meetings and communication with stakeholders.
  6. Assist in developing position papers and policy briefs based on emerging issues from Health Centre Committees, District Task Teams, and Provincial Health Executive meetings.
  7. Support the convening and participation in Provincial Health Executive and Provincial Health Teams meetings. This includes preparing meeting materials and documenting discussions.
  8. Assist in developing relevant internal program monitoring tools and indicators to monitor program implementation, progress, and effectiveness.
  9. Support the Programme Officer in conducting program monitoring, evaluation, and support visits to assess program implementation fidelity, progress, and effectiveness.
  10. Provide general administrative support to the project team. This includes organizing meetings, managing project documentation, and liaising with partners and stakeholders.
  11. Represent Pangaea Zimbabwe in relevant community, district, and provincial-level program events, as assigned by the Programme Officer.
  12. Assist in managing project resources at the community, district, and provincial level. This includes tracking and reporting on resource utilization.
  13. Assist in preparing activity and monthly detailed project reports.
  Qualifications, skills, and experience:
  1. Diploma or bachelor's degree in public health, Administration, Project Management, Development Studies, Social Sciences, or a related field.
  2. At least 1-2 years of experience in providing administrative support in implementing development projects, preferably in the health sector.
  3. Strong organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities simultaneously.
  4. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work effectively with diverse stakeholders.
  5. Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and other relevant software applications.
  6. Ability to work independently and as part of a team in a dynamic and fast-paced environment.
  7. Fluency in English and Shona.
  Application Instructions: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and CV to by Friday 17 May 2024, to recruitment@pangaeazw.org. Please indicate "Project Interns Application - ZIMACE Project" in the subject line of the email. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews. Women are encouraged to apply.

Job Position: Project Interns Location: Masvingo district x 1 and Gweru district x 1 Contract: 6 months initial with possibility of extension subject availability of funding

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Title: Clinical Research Nurse (1) Location: Bulawayo, Zimbabwe Reporting to: Country Study Coordinator Deadline: 30 April 2024   Job Description Pangaea Zimbabwe is an independent Zimbabwean entity registered as a local PVO in Pangaea Zimbabwe strives to transform the lives of underserved populations by working to increase access to quality, responsive, evidence based, client-centered comprehensive health services through facility and community engagement and policy advocacy. The CATALYST Study (Catalyzing access to new prevention products to stop HIV) is a multi-year (5 year ending in 2025), multi-country study seeking to understand the feasibility and acceptability of providing new options for HIV prevention. The study involves both quantitative and qualitative methods also include an implementation component. CARE PrEP (MATRIX-007: Safety Evaluation following Exposure to Cabotegravir, Dapivirine- and Tenofovir- based PrEP during Pregnancy) is a multi-country research study observing pregnancy outcomes for people that used “pre-exposure prophylaxis”, known as PrEP, during their pregnancy and their infants. Pregnant participants will be recruited from the CATALYST study, which involves introducing two new PrEP products for HIV prevention (PrEP ring and CAB PrEP) into existing health services. The CARE PrEP study will operate alongside CATALYST, in the six study sites across Zimbabwe: SHAZ! Hub (Chitungwiza), Runyararo Clinic (Masvingo), Ngundu Rural Health Center, Beitbridge Wellness Center, Plumtree District Hospital, and Cowdray Park Clinic in Bulawayo. Working under the general supervision of the Country Study Coordinator, the Clinical Research Nurse will be responsible for providing PrEP services, recruiting and consenting eligible study participants, conducting all study procedures with participants, tracking study participants over time, and following all study operations to ensure accurate data and ethical treatment of study participants. The position is 100% level of effort (LOE) and based at one of the study sites. The ideal candidate will have an obstetric background with experience in clinical data collection who will provide SRH and HIV prevention health services to females using HIV prevention methods.   Responsibilities:
  • Participate in study training and adhere to the study protocol and all study procedures.
  • Participate in the translation, testing and review of data collection tools.
  • PrEP service provision (eligibility screening, counselling, testing, initiation and follow-up, monitoring for and reporting seroconversions).
  • Identify, recruit and screen potential study participants.
  • Coordinate with CATALYST study staff for referral of participants for the CARE PrEP study, and for any other needs to ensure smooth operations between the two studies.
  • Conduct and document informed consent process; securely store all informed consent documents per study procedures.
  • Conduct study visits with participants throughout pregnancy, postpartum and their infants through 6 months of life. Visits to occur at study sites with possible home visits and phone.
  • Visit procedures include ascertaining medical information from participants, review/interpretation of medical records, point of care HIV and urine pregnancy testing, blood pressure check, depression screening, infant feeding assessments, physical exams of infants to identify birth defects/congenital anomalies, and referring for medical care as needed.
  • Upon learning of any serious adverse event or social harm, complete required forms and study management.
  • Review health facility registers, and participant records and capture required information according to operational procedures.
  • Document study visit information and data on paper-based and electronic forms as applicable, and maintain all participant information in an organized and confidential.
  • Provide and document participant reimbursement per study protocol.
  • Manage study visit schedules to maintain high participant retention.
  • Consult and communicate in a timely manner any challenges encountered during data collection and resolve queries with the Country Study Coordinator and US-based data management team.
  • Implement quality control process throughout the conduct of the study.
  • Participate in regular team meetings.
  • Perform any other related duties.
  Required Qualifications and Experience
  • Registered with the Nurses Council of Zimbabwe and in possession of a valid practising
  • A post-basic qualification in Midwifery is a
  • At least 5 years clinical experience in maternal and newborn health; obstetric experience preferred; clinical management of HIV and HIV prevention.
  • At least 2 years of experience of data collection experience in clinical research.
  • Experience engaging with adolescent girls, young women and pregnant people preferred.
  • Valid Certificate in Rapid HIV Testing and
  • Qualifications and experience in counselling services an added
  • Must reside in Bulawayo, preferably near the study.
  Skills knowledge and abilities:
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Ability to navigate electronic data collection systems (experience with ODK, REDCap, KoboCollect, or SurveyCTO).
  • Ability to effectively manage and work as part of a team.
  • Nonjudgmental attitude, humanitarian values and ethics are absolute preconditions.
  • Energetic, independent and self-motivated.
  • Good knowledge of spoken and written English (at least one relevant local language preferred).
  Education requirements
  • Diploma or Degree in General Nursing and Midwifery.
  • Additional bachelor’s degree or international equivalent in Public Health / Social / Behavioral / or Life Sciences, Health Sciences, Information Management or Related Field.
  To Apply Suitably     qualified     candidates     can      send     their     Curriculum     Vitae     and     Application     to: recruitment@pangaeazw.org on or before 30 April 2024. Only shortlisted Candidates will be contacted.

Title: Clinical Research Nurse (1) Location: Bulawayo, Zimbabwe Reporting to: Country Study Coordinator Deadline: 30 April 2024   Job Description Pangaea Zimbabwe is an independent Zimbabwean

Job Position: Casual Data Entry Clerks (Volunteer) Location: Harare   Basic Function The DECs will work under the direct supervision of the District Strategic Information and Evaluation Officer and will support the data entry and other strategic information and evaluation activities. The Casual Data Entry Clerks' primary responsibility is capturing data into an electronic database for analysis, research, decision making, reporting and storage.   Job Description • Captures disaggregated data from all PZ supported sites into an electronic database. • Accurate capturing of data bearing reasonable judgement in carrying out the exercise. • Capture all records and make sure that accurate data is being entered into the system. • Check completed work for accuracy, liase with supervisor for incomplete records. • Data cleaning and recording errors encountered during data entry. • Verification of data from the source documents (KP_PREV Registers) during entry and completing error logs for discrepancies observed (reports for each verification task). • Provide daily feedback to the Supervisor on progress including successes and challenges. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities 1. Sound knowledge and experience regarding data capturing. 2. Proactive and time sensitive. 3. Ability to manage tight deadlines and deliver with minimal supervision. 4. Demonstrated attention to detail. 5. Ability to follow procedures. 6. Good reading and writing skills.   Confidentiality • Please note the position requires individuals who are able to maintain high levels of confidentiality with regards to the programme data to be captured during the period. • The selected individuals will ensure non-disclosure of any information or data relating to the programme and business of the project acquired in the course of duty, to any other person or organisation without permission, except in the normal execution of duty.   Qualifications and Experience Who are we looking for? • The applicant should hold at least a Diploma in Social Sciences, Monitoring and Evaluation, Development Studies or other related fields from a recognized institution. • Experience in KP Programming is a plus. • At least one-year experience in data management and analysis in a busy healthcare setting and in a field directly related to HIV&AIDS and specified responsibilities. • Previous exposure and experience working with healthcare delivery systems such as DHIS 2, EHR a significant advantage. • Flexible, proactive, and able to organize work independently as well as work in a team. • Relevant experience in documentation, reporting and records management is a requirement. • Excellent writing skills. • Good communication skills and ability to communicate in the local and national languages.   How to Apply: PZ is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from qualified individuals regardless of gender identity or expression, race or origin. To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter, CV, and three references to clearly stating the position being applied for in the subject section of the email to: recruitment@pangaeazw.org , by close of business on 12 April 2024. Due to the anticipated high volume of applications, shortlisting will be conducted on a rolling basis.

Job Position: Casual Data Entry Clerks (Volunteer) Location: Harare   Basic Function The DECs will work under the direct supervision of the District Strategic Information and

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Job Position: Project Driver Location: 1 driver in Masvingo district and 1 driver in Gweru district (Preference is given to those residing in project sites) Duration: 6 months with the possibility of extension, subject to funding availability   Pangaea Zimbabwe is currently recruiting for an anticipated project focused on women and girls' health rights. This project is part of the Zimbabwe Accountability and Civic Engagement (ZIMACE) grant, supported by DAI. The main objective is to empower women and girls by amplifying their voices, promoting accountability, and enhancing their access to health rights and quality services. The project will specifically target the Gweru and Masvingo districts in Zimbabwe.   Duties and responsibilities: 1. Safely transport project staff, materials, and equipment to various project sites in Masvingo and/or Gweru districts, ensuring adherence to road safety regulations and project schedules. 2. Provide logistical support for project activities, including transportation of supplies, documents, and other materials as needed. 3. Maintain cleanliness and roadworthiness of project vehicles, conducting routine checks, and arranging for servicing and repairs as necessary. 4. Keep accurate records of vehicle mileage, fuel consumption, and maintenance activities, and submit timely reports to the Programme Officer. 5. Assist project staff in locating and accessing project sites, providing guidance on local routes and conditions as needed. 6. Support the distribution of project-related information and materials to community stakeholders and partners as directed by the Programme Officer. 7. Assist in the collection and delivery of project-related documents, supplies, and equipment between project sites, offices, and other locations as required. 8. Act as a representative of the project during interactions with community members, partners, and stakeholders, always maintaining a professional and courteous demeanor. 9. Assist in the setup and dismantling of project events, meetings, and workshops, providing logistical support as needed. 10. Perform any other duties assigned by the Programme Officer to support the successful implementation of the project.   Qualifications, experience, and skills: 1. Valid driver's license with a clean driving record. 2. Defensive driving license. 3. Proven experience as a driver, preferably in a development or humanitarian organization. 4. Familiarity with the road networks and conditions in Masvingo and/or Gweru districts is an advantage. 5. Ability to work effectively under pressure and meet tight deadlines. 6. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. 7. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. 8. Basic mechanical knowledge and ability to perform minor vehicle repairs and maintenance tasks preferred. 9. Flexibility to work outside normal working hours when required. 10. Commitment to the project's objectives and values.   Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and CV to admin@pangaeazw.org by 15 April 2024. Please indicate "Driver Application - ZIMACE Project" in the subject line of the email. Preference is given to those residing in project sites. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.    

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Position Title: Programme Officer – Women and Girls' Health Rights Location: Masvingo district x 1 and Gweru district x 1 Duration: 6 months initially, with the possibility of extension subject to continued funding   Pangaea Zimbabwe is currently recruiting for an anticipated project focused on women and girls' health rights. This project is part of the Zimbabwe Accountability and Civic Engagement grant, supported by DAI. The main objective is to empower women and girls by amplifying their voices, promoting accountability, and enhancing their access to health rights and quality services. The project will specifically target the Gweru and Masvingo districts in Zimbabwe.   Duties and responsibilities: 1. Implement and oversee the initiation and launch of the "Know Your Health Rights" Campaign, targeting women and girls in communities in Masvingo and Gweru districts. 2. Train, mentor, and support Dreams ambassadors and Community Health Rights champions to empower them to effectively lead the campaign and ensure that women and girls are educated about their health rights. 3. Strengthen community engagement through local stakeholders, HCCs (Health Centre Committees), local authorities' health committees, and CLM (Community-Led Monitoring) partners. 4. Coordinate and collaborate with DHEs (District Health Executives), CLM partners, and District Task Teams to gather evidence on barriers that affect women and girls' access to health services and rights. 5. Revitalize and support Health Centre Committees to be gender-responsive, ensuring meaningful involvement and representation of women and girls, particularly Dreams ambassadors and Community Health Rights Champions. 6. Enhance the effectiveness of Multidisciplinary and Multisectoral District Task Teams (DTT) in addressing emerging gaps and challenges in access to health services and rights for women and girls. 7. Develop program-focused policy briefs and position papers based on emerging issues from Health Centre Committees, District Task Teams, and Provincial Health Executive meetings. 8. Support the convening and participation of DREAMS Ambassadors and/or Community Health Rights champions with the PZ (Pangaea Zimbabwe) team in Provincial Health Executive meetings, bringing unresolved health rights and access issues affecting women and girls from the district level for discussion and resolution. 9. Represent Pangaea Zimbabwe in relevant community, district, and provincial-level program events. 10. Conduct quarterly and ad hoc monitoring, evaluation, and support visits. 11. Be responsible for project resources at the community, district, and provincial level. 12. Prepare activity and monthly detailed project reports.   Qualifications, Skills, and Experience: 1. Bachelor's degree in public health, Nursing Science, Development Studies, Social Sciences, or a related field. A Master's degree is an added advantage. 2. At least 3 years of experience in implementing community-based health programs, preferably focused on the health rights and access of women and girls. 3. Demonstrated experience in project management, including planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation. 4. Strong understanding of community-led monitoring mechanisms and participatory approaches to health program implementation. 5. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work effectively with diverse stakeholders, including the Ministry of Health, community leaders, and civil society organizations. 6. Ability to work independently and as part of a team in a dynamic and fast-paced environment. 7. Fluency in English and Shona preferred.   Application Instructions: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and CV to admin@pangaeazw.org by 15 April 2024. Please indicate "Programme Officer Application - ZIMACE Project" in the subject line of the email. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews. Women are encouraged to apply.  

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Job Description

Pangaea Zimbabwe is a locally registered organization that strives to transform the lives of people living with and affected by HIV. PZ works to ensure everyone has access to comprehensive HIV and sexual health services delivered in safe and supportive environments Reporting to the Human Resources Officer, the Graduate Trainee will:

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist with the processing of the payroll.
  • Assist with Creating/ Maintaining records of employees.
  • Assist with the recruitment process.
  • Assist with performance management procedures.
  • Assist with scheduling meetings, interviews, HR events and maintain agendas.
  • Assist with orientations of new staff.
  • Assist with writing reports on general HR activities.
  • Assist with the separation procedure
  • Assist with Keeping up-to-date with the latest HR trends and best practices.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in human resources.
  • Should have graduated in 2022/2023 and 25years or below.
  • Exposure to Labour Law and employment equity regulations.
  • HR administration, people management skills , outstanding administrative and communication skills..
  • Exposure to payroll practices.
  • Full understanding of HR functions and best practices.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • well under pressure and meets tight deadlines.
  • Highly computer literate with capability in email, MS Office and related business and communication tools.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills.
  • Strong decision-making and problem-solving skills.
  • Meticulous attention to detail.
  • Ability to accurately follow instructions.

Other

How to Apply

Interested candidates who meet the requirements should submit their application letter and detailed CV, clearly stating the position being applied for in the subject section of the email to: admin@pzat.org.

Job Description Pangaea Zimbabwe is a locally registered organization that strives to transform the lives of people living with and affected by HIV. PZ works to […]

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Job Description

Pangaea Zimbabwe is a locally registered organization that strives to transform the lives of people living with and affected by HIV. PZ works to ensure everyone has access to comprehensive HIV and sexual health services delivered in safe and supportive environments.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist with compiling and filing of payment vouchers and necessary supporting documents.
  • Assist with processing of payments, posting of transactions into Pastel Accounting Package.
  • Assist with compiling donor monthly financial reporting.
  • Assist with costing of programme activities and the drafting of office and programme budgets.
  • Assist with ensuring good administration and procurement procedures; and compliance with Financial and Administrative policies and procedures.
  • Assist with tracking of income received from donor.
  • Assist with maintaining an inventory of assets and supplies.
  • Assist with Audit preparation.

Qualifications and Experience

  • A University Degree in Finance, Accounting, or other business-related field. Studying towards a professional qualification will be an added advantage.
  • Should have Graduate in 2022 or 2023 and 25 years or below.

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How to Apply

Interested candidates who meet all the requirements should submit their application letter and detailed CV, clearly stating the position being applied for in the subject section of the email to: admin@pzat.org

Job Description Pangaea Zimbabwe is a locally registered organization that strives to transform the lives of people living with and affected by HIV. PZ works to […]

Position: Strategic Information and Evaluation Coordinator Location: Harare or Bulawayo x1 Reports to: Senior SIE Coordinator Deadline: Friday 6 October 2023 Pangaea Zimbabwe AIDS Trust (PZAT) is a locally registered organization that strives to transform the lives of people living with and affected by HIV. PZAT works to ensure everyone has access to comprehensive HIV and sexual health services delivered in safe and supportive environments. PZAT as a partner in the ZimPAAC consortium has been working with the MOHCC to improve access to HIV prevention, care and treatment services for key and priority population groups in Zimbabwe. Job Summary Strategic Information Coordinators will report to the Program t Director. The incumbents will support the implementation of all Districts SI/M&E activities for HIV programming working closely with the Program Manager and Program Officers. Key Duties and Responsibilities. •Assist the program staff in adopting national M&E systems, guidelines, and standard best practices on data quality; provide leadership and technical oversight in the design and implementation of data collection exercises (e.g., regular performance monitoring, etc.) •Train and mentor staff in various aspects of M&E and research, and assist them with using M&E systems, including data use and quality assurance. •Support the data management, analysis and quality management-related initiative undertaken by data focal persons at district level. •Provide support to performance evaluation processes. •Participate in strategic information meetings as required; Support the timely collection of all facility level reports from the district through Program Officers. •Produce and share weekly, monthly, and quarterly, and annual reports timeously. •Conduct routine data quality assessments at supported facilities to ensure data integrity. •Provide timely and accurate data dashboards to the program team to support a data driven approach to resolving district level challenges affecting the program. •Support the programs team in drafting work plans. •Conduct data quality supportive supervision visits to supported facilities. •Conduct skills audits and coordinate training of healthcare workers M&E systems for HIV prevention care and treatment programs. •Support reporting, data analysis and utilization of data at facility level for program improvement. •Manage program internal databases to ensure efficiency in reporting. Qualifications, experience, and key competencies required A bachelor’s degree in mathematics, statistics, M&E AND a completed program in health sciences/public health/HIV programs, OR; A bachelor’s degree in public health, health sciences, operations research AND a completed program in a quantitative area (M&E, biostatistics) •Minimum of three years’ experience and demonstrated practical skills in monitoring HIV prevention, care and treatment programs. •Demonstrable working knowledge of quantitative data collection systems in the MOHCC, including familiarity with processes of strengthening district level M&E capacity, and data analysis using Advanced Excel, SAS, SPSS, STATA, Epi-Info, EpiData, or any other data analysis software. •Experience working with multiple stakeholders and familiarity with PEPFAR indicators and reporting requirements including MER will be an added advantage. To apply Interested candidates should submit their application letter and detailed CV, clearly stating the position being applied for in the subject section of the email to: admin@pzat.org please take note of the application deadline for each position. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Position: Strategic Information and Evaluation Coordinator Location: Harare or Bulawayo x1 Reports to: Senior SIE Coordinator Deadline: Friday 6 October 2023 Pangaea Zimbabwe AIDS Trust (PZAT)

Pangaea Zimbabwe AIDS Trust (PZAT) is a locally registered organization that strives to transform the lives of people living with and affected by HIV. PZAT works to ensure everyone has access to comprehensive HIV and sexual health services delivered in safe and supportive environments. PZAT as a partner in the ZimPAAC consortium has been working with the MOHCC to improve access to HIV prevention, care and treatment services for key and priority population groups in Zimbabwe. Position: Finance Assistant Location: Bulawayo Reports to: Senior Finance Officer Deadline: Thursday 5 October 2023 Job summary: The Finance Assistant will ensure that all financial policies and procedures for the DREAMS program are adhered to in line with donor regulations and Zimbabwean laws and regulations. Key Duties and Responsibilities •Compiling and filing of payment vouchers and necessary supporting documents. •Processing of payments, posting of transactions into Pastel Accounting Package. •Compiling donor monthly financial reporting. •Costing of programme activities and the drafting of office and programme budgets. •Ensuring good administration and procurement procedures; and compliance with Financial and Administrative policies and procedures. •Assist with tracking of income received from donor. •Assist with maintaining an inventory of assets and supplies. •Assist with Audit preparation. Qualifications, Skills, and Experience •A University Degree in Finance, Accounting, or other business-related field. Studying towards a professional qualification will be an added advantage. •Minimum 2 years’ post graduate experience in finance/accounting in a reputable organization •Clean class 4 driver’s license •Working experience with NGO is an asset. •Proven experience working with Pastel accounting system and Belina payroll. •Knowledge of Zimbabwean tax laws To apply Interested candidates should submit their application letter and detailed CV, clearly stating the position being applied for in the subject section of the email to: admin@pzat.org please take note of the application deadline for each position. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Pangaea Zimbabwe AIDS Trust (PZAT) is a locally registered organization that strives to transform the lives of people living with and affected by HIV. PZAT works […]