District Field Coordinators (ZAMBIA)


Established in 2005 and headquartered in Chicago, World Bicycle Relief (WBR) mobilizes people through the Power of Bicycles and envisions a world where distance is no longer a barrier to education, health services, and economic opportunity. WBR’s robust Buffalo Bicycles are a cost-effective and reliable means of overcoming the challenges posed by long distances and systemic mobility challenges in developing countries. The organization is a mission-driven, global nonprofit that manages a highly refined bicycle supply chain from design through final distribution.

Reporting to the Programme Manager

To be based in (Petauke and Mumbwa)

We are looking for a suitable candidate to fill in the above position.


  • Assist with community sensitization and coordination with program stakeholders
  • Coordinate Implementing activity mobilisations  of stakeholders
  • Assist with field level training activities, such as training of Bicycle Supervisory Committee members and Steering Committee members
  • Support the process of target school and community identification and sensitization on the programmes, benefits, requirements and selection criterial.
  • Implement project plans and activities on time, ensuring maximum positive impact on girls and boys.
  • Tracking and recording the movements of bicycles from the warehouse to selected communities
  • Oversee collection of all Monitoring &Evaluation forms from the community in support of programs
  • Assist with taking and sharing of photograph related to program activities, ensuring that’s all necessary photograph releases are authorized and shared
  • Support research and any other duties/responsibilities necessary for the successful implementation and functioning of world Bicycle Relief (WBR)Monitoring &Evaluation activities.
  • Support the spare parts strategy for the set up for Mobilized Communities
  • Sensitize and Mobilize Mechanics Training sessions


  • Relevant Bachelor’s Degree in social sciences, education, economics, international development, public health, demography
  • 2-3 years experience working on social programs and research projects including data collection, supporting in-depth interviews and focus groups in local language and entering data.
  • Valid Drivers(Class 4)/ Motorbike License and ability to travel across program district.
  • Excellent analytical/ problem-solving skills and attention to detail
  • Good command of Microsoft office programs.
  • Community Facilitation skills.
  • Effective communication skills
  • Excellent planning skills and ability to work under pressure.

If you are interested, please send CVs and applications clearly marking district and country to [email protected] , copy [email protected] and [email protected] by no later than 30 September 2022

To apply for this job email your details to cmajata@worldbicyclerelief.org

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