Deadline of this Job: 
26 December 2022

The Zambia Institute of Estate Agents (ZIEA) is a self-regulated membership body, established under the Estate Agents Act No. 21 of 2000 and has the primary mandate of regulating the practice and business of estate agency in Zambia. The Vision of ZIEA is "To be recognized as a reputable regulator in the real estate agency business in Zambia and in the SADC region by diligently serving the public and our members"
Its Mission is "To regulate, promote and enhance professionalism in real estate agency practice and meet the expectations of the public"
The Core Values of the Institute are:
"Accountability, Education, Innovation and Integrity"
The Institute would like to recruit an outstanding, results-oriented and self-motivated; versatile and professional individual of high personal integrity with appropriate academic and professional qualifications and experience.

The main purpose of the Deputy Registrar is to be responsible for management of the operations of ZIEA's Secretariat namely financial report & accounting, banking, human resource management, membership and student affairs, service delivery, vendors & suppliers and the Institute's events management. The Deputy Registrar will be required to contribute towards policy formulation, strategic planning and providing leadership to facilitate the achievement of ZIEA's strategic goals aimed at delivering on the mandate of ZIEA to regulate the practice and business of estate agency in Zambia. The Deputy Registrar deputizes the Registrar & Chief Executive Officer of ZIEA.
The Deputy Registrar is also expected to provide leadership to their subordinates at Secretariat. The Deputy Registrar may assume additional responsibilities as may be required from time to time.

The Deputy Registrar is accountable to the Registrar & Chief Executive Officer and has a matrix reporting line into the Treasurer who represents the interest of Council.

The summary responsibilities of The Deputy Registrar are as follows:
1. To serve as the chief operations officer of the ZIEA and as Registrar/CEO in the absence of the Registrar,
2. To implement and execute the resolutions of the ZIEA Council in relation to the responsibilities of the position;
3. To participate in providing a link between the Council and ZIEA Council Committees:
4. To contribute towards policy formulation, strategic planning and providing leadership to facilitate the achievement of ZIEA's strategic goals;
5. To ensure efficient and effective service delivery to members, students and stakeholders;
6. To facilitate keeping of the ZIEA membership register updated;
7. To facilitate keeping of the ZIEA students database updated;
8. To facilitate follow-up of members who have not paid their subscriptions;
9. To supervise all assigned direct and indirect subordinates at the secretariat;
10. To ensure proper management of operations of the Institute as relates to financial report & accounting, banking, human resource management, membership and student affairs, service delivery, vendors & suppliers and the Institute's events;
11. To ensure proper financial management and adherence to expected controls including budgetary control;
12. To drive the drafting of funding & technical proposals and engagement of funding & technical partners, and
13. To participate in stakeholder management as directed by the Registrar/CEO and Council.

• Bachelor's degree in Real Estate Management, Business or Public Administration, Accountancy or Finance. A Master's degree in any of the above fields will be an added advantage:
• Membership of a relevant professional body in line with the desired fields of specialization. Having worked in a membership body with multiple stakeholder expectations will be an added advantage;
• At least 5 Years post qualifying relevant work experience;
• Hands on experience in strategy formulation & management, budgeting, human capital management, vendor management, customer & client management and public relations management:
• Hands on resource mobilization experience will be an added advantage;
• Evidence of successfully driving and managing change:
• Evidence of leading teams;
• Computer literacy, advanced financial modelling skills will be an added advantage; Training skills;
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; Integrity, Reliable, Honest, Hardworking: and
• Flexible in handling all management matters;

Deadline of this Job: 23 December 2022


The National Assembly of Zambia invites applications from qualified and experienced candidates to fill the positions of Legal Officer.


• Provide legal advice to the National Assembly Management and Members of Parliament on all legal aspects concerning the running of the National Assembly and its mandate as given in the Constitution and other laws;
• Render legal opinions to the National Assembly Management on Parliamentary and Administrative matters;
• Draft Private Members’ Bills and amendments to Bills;
• Provide analysis for all Bills and International Agreements presented to the National Assembly in order to assist the relevant Committees considering the Bills or international agreements;
• Examine and closely follow proceedings on Bills before the National Assembly and ensure that Bills passed by the House are assented to and published as Acts of Parliament;
• Draft Rulings and Announcements for the Speaker and other Presiding Officers;
• Respond to petitions by members of the public;
• Scrutinise contracts and memoranda of understanding entered into by the National Assembly with other entities to ensure that the interests of the National Assembly are protected and that the contracts comply with the Public Procurement Act No. 8 of 2020 and other relevant laws;
• Conduct research on procedural matters and participate in the revision of the National Assembly Standing Orders, Members’ Handbook, Handbook on Unparliamentary Language and other documents relating to the operations of the National Assembly of Zambia, as and when need arises, subject to approval by the Standing Orders Committee;
• Conduct research on laws relating to the National Assembly and recommend their revision where necessary, and draft the relevant Bills for onward transmission to the Ministry responsible for justice and legal affairs;
• Provide secretarial services to the Committee on Privileges and Absences;
• Prepare weekly updates on matters connected with the business of the House when the House is in session;
• Attend to litigation in conjunction with the Attorney-General’s Chambers; and
• Attend to any other assignments as may be given by the supervisor from time to time.

• Grade 12 School Certificate, with a merit or better in English and four (4) other subjects;
• Bachelor’s Degree in Law from a recognised University; Advocate of the High Court of Zambia;
• Post Graduate Diploma in Legislative Drafting; and Minimum of five (5) years working experience.

• Flexible, mature, sober minded and able to work long hours;
• Excellent organisational skills, attention to detail and ability to manage multiple tasks, coordinate and meet deadlines;
• Excellent written and oral communication skills; and
• Proficiency in MS Office.

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