Deadline of this Job: 17 November 2022
JOB DETAILS:
Requirements:
Education & Experience
• Complete High School or equivalent training in the field;
• Possess a driving license for the transport of dangerous goods;
• Minimum 3 years of experience in driving heavy vehicles and delivering goods across borders

Knowledge, Competencies, Skills & Requirements
• Possess strong accuracy, attention to detail, and the ability to respond;
• Good interpersonal communication skills;
• Ability to work under pressure;
• Owning a smartphone will be an advantage;
• Knowledge of English will be an advantage;
• Mechanical skills will be an advantage.
• Willing to be stationed in Kapiri, Zambia


Deadline of this Job: 07 November 2022
JOB DETAILS:
Background:
The USAID Controlling HIV Epidemic for Key and Underserved Populations (CHEKUP II) Activity is a five-year project to address the needs of people living with HIV (PLHIV) and those most at risk of acquiring HIV and contribute to HIV mitigation and epidemic control, improving the health outcomes of priority populations in the highest HIV-burden provinces of Zambia. USAID CHEKUP II is implemented by John Snow Health Zambia (JSH).

Position Description:
JSH seeks reliable and highly experienced candidates for the position of Transport & Logistics Assistant/Driver to be based in Lusaka, Zambia. S/he will work closely with the Finance and Administration team and will be responsible for driving, maintaining project vehicles and providing financial, programmatic and administrative clerical support as needed. The TLA will report to the Senior Transport Logistics Assistant.

Roles and Responsibilities:
• Drive and maintain project vehicles – (i.e. take the vehicles in for maintenance and repair when needed), and ensure the safety of the vehicle and passengers.
• Carry out different inspections of the vehicle before driving such as checking coolant, oils and other fluids.
• Responsible for handling monies and documenting expenditures to support technical activities in the field including, processing of mobile money documentation, payment of participants, lodging and other arrangements.
• Maintain vehicle cleanliness and ensure that servicing schedules and reporting of any maintenance needs are done on a timely basis.
• Ensure that vehicle mileage is indicated on the front of every fuel receipt and receipts should be submitted appropriately.
• Maintain vehicle log books daily by noting date, destination, departure and arrival times and submit reports as requested by the Operations Manager.
• Drive CHEKUP II staff members and consultants to sites as needed and deliver documents to various locations as directed by project staff.
• Provide administrative assistance support to the technical and administration teams vis-à-vis photocopying, scanning, faxing, front office duties and other tasks as directed by the Operations Manager.
• Perform other administrative tasks on behalf of the project including but not limited to: purchasing, collecting goods, documents or mails, making administrative arrangements and handling payments (if needed);
• Act as a representative of the project, at all times being responsive and providing courteous support to visitors, clients and partners.
• Provide off-hours transport support, including weekend pickup and drop-off of CHEKUP II project and consultant staff as needed.
• Support CHEKUP II implementation team as needed on site.
• Implement and adhere to JSH’s transport policies.
• Perform other duties as assigned by the Operations Manager and other senior staff.

Qualifications:
• Minimum grade 12 Certificate; related additional qualifications a plus;
• Valid SADC license with at least 5 years of experience driving and maintaining vehicles and logbooks.
• Experience with donor-funded projects is preferred;
• Experience with basic financial clerical duties.
• Knowledge of and ability to operate basic office equipment such as computers, scanners, copiers, and fax machines;
• English speaking and writing skills.
• Ability to take initiative, good interpersonal skills and ability to work in teams.
• Experience working with an NGO preferred.
Supervision and Reporting:
This position will work under the guidance and supervision of the Operations Manager


Deadline of this Job: 10 November 2022
JOB DETAILS:
Driver Ref No. DR/TB/31/11/22
Reports to Administrative Assistant. The incumbent will drive CIDRZ and leased vehicles to achieve the Organization Mission and Vision.

Main Duties
• Drives vehicles to achieve CIDRZ goals and objectives.
• Ensures that the assigned vehicle is clean and road worthy by making sure that oil, water, brakes, spare tire, wheel spanner, jack and lighting system are all in good working condition and arrange for refueling.
• Informs the Fleet Officer in advance when each vehicle/ Motor Cycle is due for road license and fitness.
• Reports immediately to the supervisor any observed malfunction on the vehicle/Motor cycle as well as any accident
• Complies with Health and Safety regulations and safe working practices
Qualifications
• Grade 12 Certificate
• Minimum of a SADC Driving License class C
• Customer oriented mindset, cross functional communication and cooperation, multi-tasking skills, problem solving skills and manual activities, vehicle knowledge and team work.
• At least 3 years relevant experience in a reputable Organization. Must have a clean track record, aged between 28 and 45 years.
• Must have good defensive driving skills.
• Ability to work with deadlines and be a team player
• Honest and trust worthy


Deadline of this Job: 07 November 2022
JOB DETAILS:
Job Title: Transport & Logistics Assistant (TLA)/Driver
Department/Unit: Administration/Finance
Location: Kasama, Kapiri Mposhi, Nakonde, Kabwe, Chipata, Chirundu
Category: Full-Time
Reports to: Operations Manager
Background:
The USAID Controlling HIV Epidemic for Key and Underserved Populations (CHEKUP II) Activity is a five-year project to address the needs of people living with HIV (PLHIV) and those most at risk of acquiring HIV and contribute to HIV mitigation and epidemic control, improving the health outcomes of priority populations in the highest HIV-burden provinces of Zambia. USAID CHEKUP II is implemented by John Snow Health Zambia (JSH).
Position Description:
JSH seeks reliable and highly experienced candidates for the position of Transport & Logistics Assistant/Driver to be based in Lusaka, Zambia. S/he will work closely with the Finance and Administration team and will be responsible for driving, maintaining project vehicles and providing financial, programmatic and administrative clerical support as needed. The TLA will report to the Senior Transport Logistics Assistant.

Roles and Responsibilities:
• Drive and maintain project vehicles – (i.e. take the vehicles in for maintenance and repair when needed), and ensure the safety of the vehicle and passengers.
• Carry out different inspections of the vehicle before driving such as checking coolant, oils and other fluids.
• Responsible for handling monies and documenting expenditures to support technical activities in the field including, processing of mobile money documentation, payment of participants, lodging and other arrangements.
• Maintain vehicle cleanliness and ensure that servicing schedules and reporting of any maintenance needs are done on a timely basis.
• Ensure that vehicle mileage is indicated on the front of every fuel receipt and receipts should be submitted appropriately.
• Maintain vehicle log books daily by noting date, destination, departure and arrival times and submit reports as requested by the Operations Manager.
• Drive CHEKUP II staff members and consultants to sites as needed and deliver documents to various locations as directed by project staff.
• Provide administrative assistance support to the technical and administration teams vis-à-vis photocopying, scanning, faxing, front office duties and other tasks as directed by the Operations Manager.
• Perform other administrative tasks on behalf of the project including but not limited to: purchasing, collecting goods, documents or mails, making administrative arrangements and handling payments (if needed);
• Act as a representative of the project, at all times being responsive and providing courteous support to visitors, clients and partners.
• Provide off-hours transport support, including weekend pickup and drop-off of CHEKUP II project and consultant staff as needed.
• Support CHEKUP II implementation team as needed on site.
• Implement and adhere to JSH’s transport policies.
• Perform other duties as assigned by the Operations Manager and other senior staff.

Qualifications:
• Minimum grade 12 Certificate; related additional qualifications a plus;
• Valid SADC license with at least 5 years of experience driving and maintaining vehicles and logbooks.
• Experience with donor-funded projects is preferred;
• Experience with basic financial clerical duties.
• Knowledge of and ability to operate basic office equipment such as computers, scanners, copiers, and fax machines;
• English speaking and writing skills.
• Ability to take initiative, good interpersonal skills and ability to work in teams.
• Experience working with an NGO preferred.
Supervision and Reporting:
This position will work under the guidance and supervision of the Operations Manager