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Reporting to the Director Programmes, the Public and Private Sector Coordinator will provide mid-level programme management and coordination of the Public and Private Sectors, HIV and AIDS and gender mainstreaming including resource mobilisation initiatives to achieve national targets of the national response.
- Coordination, public and private sector partners and supporting the sub-national levels in developing public-private sector partners and supporting the sub-national in developing public private partnerships initiatives.
- Coordinates a full range of public-private HIV/AIDS and gender mainstreaming management activities.
- Facilitate national and sub-national planning, implementation and monitoring of public-private HIV/AIDS and gender mainstreaming initiatives.
- Provide guidance and mentoring to large- and small-scale private sector HIV/AIDS and gender mainstreaming.
- Coordinate and assists partners with decentralised site visits including periodic support supervision.
- Work closely with public institution (line ministries or government departments) and provide leadership and guidance to HIV & AIDS and gender focal point persons in HIV & AIDS and gender mainstreaming in all developmental programmes.
- Facilitates international and national resource mobilisation initiative for HIV/AIDS and gender mainstreaming activities.
- Provide guidance in public sector negotiations for HIV/AIDS and gender mainstreaming sector work plans.
- Facilitate joint supervision and assessment with Zambia Environment Management Agency (ZEMA) and other stakeholders of the implementation of HIV/AIDS and gender impact mitigation plans by contractors of capital projects.
- Develop and facilitate implementation of guidelines and implement monitoring of Environmental Impact Mitigation (EIM) plans at sub-national levels in close collaborations with the local councils.
- In close collaboration with the Provincial and the Finance Manager, review financial and program reports form sub-national levels in the case of community sub-granting benefactors from the EIM plans funds.
- Manage tracking and reporting on funds received from public and private partners for HIV/AIDS and gender mainstreaming.
- Support financial staff in queries related to utilization of EIM funds at national and sub-national levels.
- Support and monitor timely submission of reports by implementing public and private sector partners into the national M&E system
- Prepare quarterly and annual reports and any other reports as may be required by the Directorate.
- Ensure compliance with NAC national and sub-national data collection M&E systems
- Review programmes data from public and private partners and assist M&E Coordinator collate, analyse and use data for decision making.
- Participate in annual and periodic programme reviews.
- Participate in the documentation of best practices for sharing locally and internationally.
- Work in close collaboration with knowledge management unit in disseminating of best practices at national and sub-national levels.
- Ensure placement of key documents and report on network and shared drives.
- Perform all work safely and maintain a safe working environment
- Perform other duties as may be assigned by Director Programmes.
- Full Grade 12 School Certificate or equivalent with at least 5 Credits at “O” Level including English and Mathematics
- BA/BS in a related field in International studies or development.
- Master’s degree is an added advantage.
Required Experience and Skills:
- At least two (2) years’ experience in a similar role
- Experience with HIV/AIDS programming and resource mobilisation is an added advantage.
Knowledge and Demonstrated skills
- Knowledge and understanding of general government communication policies and procedures or regulations for programme implementation
- Demonstrated ability to work with divergent partners and stakeholders
- Proficiency in word processing spread sheets and database skills
- Ability to work in team environment
- Ability to work independently with minimum supervision
- Ability to travel domestically and internationally.
Submission of Applications
Applications accompanied by Curriculum Vitae, Certified copies of National Registration Card, Academic and Professional qualifications should be addressed to:
The Director General
National HIV/AIDS/STI/TB Council
Plot 315, Independence Avenue
P. O. Box 38718
Applications may also be emailed in PDF single file format to: [email protected]. Closing date for receipt of applications is by close of business on Monday, 20th March, 2023