Opportunities

CAREER DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY

Position:                               Graduate Intern (Monitoring and Evaluation)

Location:                               SAYWHAT Head Office – Harare 

Duration of training:           1 year

Summary of responsibilities                      

The graduate intern shall be responsible for providing support to the Monitoring and Evaluation Department in building capacities and coordinating the M & E function at all levels. He/she will assist in the implementation of the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) framework for the organization’s projects and contribute to the design and implementation of related core M&E research and development activities of SAYWHAT. He/she will assist the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer in preparing quarterly, annual and progress reports as required and will monitor the overall progress of SAYWHAT programmes in achieving the desired outcomes.

Duties:

  • Coordinate data collection for all running projects
  • Consolidate project narrative reports received from provinces
  • Data cleaning and consolidation of project data reports received from provinces
  • Assist with filing of project documents
  • Updating data and documents in the Project Information Management system (PRIMASYS)
  • Coordinate the carrying out of Monitoring and Evaluation activities which include Data Quality Audits, Monitoring Visits, Project Baselines, and Evaluations
  • Attend strategic meetings on behalf of the department
  • Prepare weekly work plans for the department

CAREER DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY

 

Position:                                Graduate Intern

Location:                               Gender Department (Harare)  

Duration of training:            1 year

 

Summary of responsibilities                  

The graduate intern will be expected to support programs in the MUGOTA\IXHIBA young man’s forum under the gender department. As part of work deliverable the intended graduate intern will be expected to recruit male students, strengthen their capacities and coordinate their work plans including social media activities 

Duties:

  • Provide support as required in the gender department in relation to the male students amongst other responsibilities.
  • Arrange external and internal meetings.
  • Attend meetings and prepare minutes or summaries of the proceedings.
  • Pro-actively contribute to day-to-day gender activities according to approved work-plans.
  • Prepare activity reports as required and in prescribed format.
  • Perform office and other administrative support routines as and when assigned by the supervisor.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY

Position:                                 2 Graduate Interns

Location:                               Gweru and Bindura             

Duration of training:            1 year

Summary of responsibilities                      

The graduate intern provides effective and efficient operational support to the Programs team at provincial level to ensure smooth program delivery.  This includes administrative, logistical and information management assistance and any other operations support to the implementation team at provincial level.

 Duties:

  • Provide support as required to project/programme operations at Provincial level.
  • Arrange external and internal meetings.
  • Attend meetings and prepare minutes or summaries of the proceedings.
  • Pro-actively contribute to day-to-day project implementation activities according to approved project work-plans.
  • Prepare activity reports as required and in prescribed format.
  • Perform office and other administrative support routines as and when assigned by the supervisor.

    Global Youth Video Competition 2019

    This year’s Global Youth Video Competition is divided into 3 categories: Cities and local action to combat climate change; Nature-based solutions for food and human health; Balancing use of land for people and ecosystems. Each Convention is responsible for one of the three categories. One winner will be selected from each category.

    The final three winners will be invited to attend the UN Climate Change Conference in Santiago, Chile (COP 25). Their videos will be presented in front of a global audience, and the winners will be afforded the opportunity to work with the UN Climate Change’s communications team covering highlights of COP25.

    To participate in the competition, it is necessary to be between 18 and 30 years old and submit a maximum 3-minute video on one of the 3 categories. To learn more about this year’s competition, and find the application portal, click here.

    Application Developer to develop Android/IOS Application

    SAYWHAT is looking for  an Application Developer to develop an Android/IOS application on Sexual and Reproduction Health. Formore information follow the link

    INVITATION TO TENDER FOR SUPPLIERS:

    SAYWHAT (PVO 34/2017) hereby invites suppliers of goods and services listed below. Suppliers will be evaluated for the purpose of being listed as our prospective suppliers for 2019.Suppliers will be evaluated for the purpose of being listed as our prospective suppliers for 2019. Deadline: 31st January 2019. Click here to download