Administrative Jobs at Goldenlay Agri. Ltd and among other companies

Deadline of this Job: 04 November 2022
Goldenlay Agri Ltd is the largest producer, supplier, and distributor of table eggs across Zambia, and boasting a brand familiar to retailers and consumers alike. Goldenlay is hereby inviting applications from suitable qualified candidates to fill the position of a Storeman.

Overall Purpose of the Position
Receipting & issuing of purchased goods and materials to ensure that the company’s operational needs are met continuously.

Key Responsibilities
• Physical receipt of deliveries
• Physical verification of goods for correct quantity & quality
• Processing of Goods Received Note Vouchers (GRNV’s)
• Receipt of requests from departments & processing of Store Issues
• Conducting Stock Counts & resolving variances
• Housekeeping of Open Store Requisitions
• Support the purchasing function and other relevant departments and communicate any supply problems which may impact business operations
• Preparation of reports and updates as and when required
• Ensure compliance to all procurement guidelines, policies and procedures within the company and with regulators

Key expectations
• Be in compliance with Occupation, Health, Safety and Environmental policies
• Be actively committed to teamwork and team development
• Have a collaborative approach to working together through engaging interests and participation of others
• Adaptive to change with self-awareness

Skills & Attributes
• Attention to detail and accuracy
• Able to work well under pressure and handle emergencies and stressful situations
• Strong demonstrated problem solving abilities
• Familiar with procurement management systems & stock control management

Qualification & Experience
• Proven experience of working in a purchasing & stores team preferably in the Poultry Industry
• Good knowledge and understanding of Stock Control & Stock Management
• Experience with SAGE Evolution Accounting
• Full Grade 12 Certificate
• Diploma and/or Degree in Stores Management / Purchasing and Supply from a recognised college/University.

Deadline of this Job: 07 November 2022
What you would be expected to do:
• Receive stock and keep track of inventory from warehouse
• Manage and issue out stock as per FIFO standards
• Dispatch stocks as per requirement
• Maintain and update stock cards
• Keep off-the -shelf sales details
• Maintain an updated Goods Received and Goods Issued log online
• Perform daily cycle counts on stock
• Receive faulty stock from the field and consolidate for disposal
• Conduct monthly stock take
• Manage all spare parts inventory and re-orders
• Prepare daily on hand stock report
• Report on daily issued out stock for replacement and or replenishment
• Repairs and Spare Parts management
• Take custody of the repair tools and tool kits
• Perform basic check on the faulty units before replacement
• Conduct basic repair on the in warranty returns
• Ensure the center is well maintained tidy and that the shop floor arrangement is per SKU
• Ensure neatness on the repair work bench in line
• Observation of safety procedures to avert hazards at the work bench
• Welcome walk-in customers and provide assistance as necessary
• Receive faulty components, identify the technical issue and verify warranty eligibility through several technical checks
• Help Energy Officers and coordinate with Call Center in resolving customer queries.

You might be a strong candidate if you:
• Has a Bachelors’ Degree or Diploma from a recognized institution in any related field.
• Has 2 years’ hands on experience in a service center
• Has effective communication skills
• Has broad knowledge of the Sun King products
• Can demonstrate high levels of integrity with a proactive and positive attitude.
• Has strong customer focus
• Is a team player with high levels of flexibility
• Has proven report-writing experience
• Possess strong problem-solving skills
• Is computer literate with working proficiency in MS Excel and MS Word

What we offer (in addition to compensation and statutory benefits):
An opportunity to grow as a professional in a dynamic, fast-growing, high impact industry;
The chance to work in an open-minded, collaborative culture surrounded by enthusiastic Greenlighters who are driven by the challenge of continuously innovating and growing an innovative, sustainable business with a profound impact on the world;
A truly multicultural experience: you will have the chance to work with and learn from people from different geographies, nationalities, and backgrounds.
Structured, tailored learning and development programs help you become a better leader, manager, and professional through the Greenlight Academy.

Deadline of this Job: 12 November 2022
Job Purpose
The Senior SGBV Prevention and Advocacy Officer (SP&AO) will provide technical direction to the program and will oversee the development and execution of NCA’s SGBV prevention and advocacy work in the Natwampane programme. SP&AO is also responsible for the documentation of stories of change and sharing of best practices. The SP&AO will work with Advisors in the dissemination of IEC/SBCC materials in collaboration with NCA’s partners. Write and distribute content to promote an organization’s brand, activities, or products.

Summary of Key Responsibilities;
• Provide guidance and ongoing support and technical assistance on the design and implementation and monitoring of all program areas for prevention and advocacy to identify and establish high-quality preventive programmes
• Planning and implementation of awareness-raising activities for various programme work/or campaigns Coordination and mobilization of partners and relevant stakeholders on influencing public policy and government interventions as needed in various programmatic work.
• Creation of materials to facilitate SGBV prevention activities including training manuals, instructor handouts, instructor guidance notes, agendas/programmes, pre and post-tests etc.
• Build strategic alliances with other key actors internally and externally to advocate for gender-sensitive programming, and anti-SGBV policies.
• Facilitating coordination between Gender Task Force focal points and related departments to ensure tangible progress on the implementation of gender policies and mainstreaming strategies.
• Support formation of strong GBV survivor networks for youth, men and women and document best practices on economic strengthening activities as well as the impact of using men as agents of change in stamping out GBV.
• Develop content and supervise the production process of the project IEC materials
Liaising with media through BCC Media action, and identifying interventions to capacitate them as champions against SGBV.
• Liaise with a lifeline (Childline) on Advocacy issues and promotion of their Toll-free lines.
Represent the organization at key events for the advancement and strengthening of our core work with a focus on SGBV.
• Prepare monthly reports on prevention and advocacy activities
• Produce researched advocacy papers on a quarterly basis
• Coordinate and support communication and visibility activities in Luapula Province with technical support and supervision from the Senior Communications Officer based in Lusaka
Required Skills and Abilities
• Excellent Writer – ability to formulate key problems and shift them into advocacy papers targeting policy and decision-makers in government line ministries. Ability to identify, interview and write compelling stories of change
• Excellent Communicator – ability to discern information, communicate and share the information timeously with specific target audiences
• An eye for detail
• An Ear and an Eye for news to inform programming

Qualifications and Experience
• Degree in Development Studies, Social Sciences, Communications; Journalism, Public Relations, Research, or Related Field.
• At least a minimum of 5 years of work experience in a similar environment
• At least a minimum of 3 years experience in gender / SGBV-related work
in prevention and/or advocacy programmes/ initiatives.
• Knowledge of the NGO (Non-Governmental Organisation) sector.
• Fluency in English and Bemba is essential.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office, Content Management Systems, and Social Media Platforms.
• Should be ready to stay and work in Mansa – Luapula Province


Deadline of this Job: 15 November 2022
About the Position
The Instrumentation Lead will work at the ALS Geochemistry Ndola.
The role will involve ensuring that all Spark OES and pXRF instrumentation activities are optimized and that the instrumentation section is run efficiently. Additionally, as part of the senior Lab management team, the position holder will provide assurance that site quality, safety and productivity management systems are all fit for purpose

Duties/ Responsibilities
• Ensure that timely and quality results are reported to clients through sound analytical analysis and correct QC interpretation
• Implement and maintain the quality system according to the requirements of ISO 9001 and ISO 17025
• Minimize the number of amended work orders due to error.
• Ensure staff members have the training and skills to successfully complete the tasks assigned.
• Provide technical input to the Analytical/Instrumentation section to ensure the highest data quality is generated by the Spark OES and pXRF instruments.
• Check and Approve outgoing analytical data.
• Ensure QPs, QWIs, SOPs or client specific procedures are followed
• Advise on inventory, consumable purchases and maintaining adequate stock levels.
• Ensure all analytical instruments/equipment are properly maintained to minimize breakdowns and downtime.
• Ensure efficient operation of all analytical instruments and all work is completed on time with a high degree of accuracy.
• Maximize productivity and efficiency through improved work practices.
• Effectively and efficiently utilize resources to minimize wastage.
• Remain client focused by exceeding their expectations.
• Ensure ongoing training and staff development
• Optimize turnaround time and ensure accurate, timely results are achieved and maintained.
• Propose improvements in routine and non-routine procedures and ensure timeous validation of new methods.
• Ensure all documentation related to instrument maintenance, calibration and training are always up to date and available.
• Overall responsibility for run and workorder approvals for Spark OES and pXRF Instruments.
• Provide technical support, training and mentoring of junior staff from time to time
• Daily Management of the Analytical/Instrumentation section to ensure quality, turnaround, HSE targets are met.
• Overall responsible for the departments HSE compliance.
• Drive continuous improvement in Quality and Productivity.
• Coordinate participation in internal and external round robins / Proficiency testing schemes for Copper Cathodes. Ensure satisfactory performance.
• Organize workload according to daily stats and turnaround time demands
• Follow up on priority work orders.
• Carry out QC and SHE investigations when required. Capable of working unsupervised
• Assist with repair and maintenance scheduling of all instruments/equipment in the section.
• Assist with the ordering of consumables and other related instrumentation supplies
• Perform all other reasonable duties as determined by line management.

About you
• To be successful in this role you will have:
• Chemistry/Science/Geology/Engineering Degree from a recognized University or Institution and or in-depth understanding and knowledge of Chemistry or Geology.
• Atleast 3-5 years Laboratory experience with atleast 2 years in a Supervisory role
• An in-depth knowledge of Quality Management and ISO 17025 accreditation processes.
• Demonstrated hands-on knowledge of operating Spectroscopic Instruments Spark OES, XRF.
• Sound technical knowledge of Geochemical analytical techniques
• A strong customer focus
Deadline of this Job: 07 November 2022
Implementation Officer Community Outreach – x1 Sesheke Ref No. IOC/CoHP/28/07/22
Reports to the Project Coordinator, the incumbent coordinates the implementation of the day-to-day activities of the Comprehensive Community HIV Package for adolescents and young people (CCOHP) within communities in Sesheke. S/he works with adolescent peers and community and facility-based volunteers and ensures adolescents and young people from the community receives the targeted project services.

Main duties
• Implements adolescent prevention program activities in the community with technical support from the Project Coordinator CCOHP in collaboration with health facility staff as needed.
Ensures linkages are completed within the testing and treatment cascade.
• Supervises peer educators in day-to-day project activities within the communities.
• Trains and mentors peer educators/Community health workers in adolescent health services including CSE and SRHR.
• Guides peer educators to implement and monitor adolescent activities as per work-plan.
• Coordinates HTS community drives for adolescents at facility and community level and ensures report generation and submission to Project Coordinator.
• Ensures implementation of activities on the workplan according to schedule.
• Establishes and strengthens community CSE clubs and youth friendly spaces to meet the needs of adolescents and young people.
• Identifies community-based initiatives to support community-based services to improve retention into care.
• Ensures defaulter tracing activities for adolescents are implemented according to work-plan.
• Collaborates with other partners on the ground who are involved in adolescent HIV prevention activities.
• Prepares monthly and quarterly reports and submit to the Project Coordinator.
• Coordinates index testing activities and ensures all clients that test positive is linked into care and treatment.
• Establishes facility-based support groups for adolescents living with HIV/AIDS and for their caregivers.
• Organizes community sensitization and mobilization activities targeting adolescents.
• Sensitizes adolescents in the community on GBV issues and facilitates referrals for GBV counselling for victims of GBV and supports reporting to the police.
• Spearheads the setting up of adolescent-only “dreams-like” spaces in communities.
• Ensures activity funds are spent and retired in a timely manner according to CIDRZ financial guidelines.

• Full Grade 12 Certificate.
• Diploma in Social Work/Development Studies/Adult Education or in another relevant area.
• 2 years relevant work experience.
• Demonstrated experience in program implementation.
• Demonstrated experience working with communities.
• Demonstrated experience in health communication desirable.
• Good knowledge on HIV and AIDS desirable.
Suitably qualified candidates are invited to apply; however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.