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Kubatana.net
July 28, 2009

Each week, Inzwa features jobs, scholarships, opportunities and other resources.

2 (two) Vacancies at Africa University
Deadline: July 31, 2009

A clinical research project within Africa University, an institution of higher learning is inviting applications for the following posts:

1. Study Coordinator

Key Responsibilities:

  • Overall coordination of study protocol activities at the research site.
  • Ensure communication with regulatory authorities and monitors to obtain required approvals.
  • Ensure that study participant recruitment and retention goals are met
  • Development of SOPs.
  • Direct supervision of nurses, counselors and lab personnel and other clinical research staff.
  • Oversee the management of study-related data.
  • Coordinate procurement of study-related materials and human resources.
  • Monitor study budgets

Qualifications and Experience:

  • A degree (Masters preferred) in public health or related disciplines, social sciences, behavioral science or social work. Basic nursing qualification is an advantage.
  • Knowledge of clinical trials and GCP.
  • Proven knowledge of HIV.
  • Previous clinical research experience at supervisory level is essential.

2. Community Liaison Officer

Key Responsibilities:

  • Establishing and maintaining Community Advisory Boards (CABs).
  • Supervise and monitor the activities of the CAB.
  • Coordinate the creation and implementation of the Community Engagement Plan.
  • Oversee implementation of the community engagement budget.
  • Creating and maintaining relations with the community and other stakeholders.
  • Work with Study Coordinator and research staff to ensure adequate recruitment and retention of study participants.
  • Documentation and report writing.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • A degree in social sciences, health education / promotion or other relevant field.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrable experience and interest in community work.
  • Qualification or experience in M & E, health or peer education or counseling is an advantage.
  • Strong networking skills.

To Apply: Submit an application letter, detailed curriculum vitae and 3 references, contact details of 3 referees. Apply in hard copy or electronically to:

The Director
Africa University Clinical Research Centre
132 Herbert Chitepo Street,
P.O. Box 121
Mutare
Zimbabwe
E-mail: director@vaccinetrial.africau.ac.zw

See the Bigger Picture photo contest
Deadline: September 08, 2009

The contest is open to all kids aged between 6 and 16 around the world. You need to submit one colour image that you think captures the spirit or idea of biodiversity. It could be a favourite tree or a plant, an animal or an insect, even a whole ecosystem (from your own back yard to somewhere you've visited on holiday) - your image should show people why biodiversity is a good thing that we should try to preserve. The lucky winners of the See the Bigger Picture competition will be flown to Washington, D.C., with a parent or guardian, to visit the headquarters of the National Geographic Society. You can send your digital images as labelled jpegs files or mail-in your submission, including image on CD. You also need to fill in the application form online. Find out more

Leadership and Advocacy for Women in Africa Fellowship Program
Deadline: September 30, 2009

The Leadership and Advocacy for Women in Africa Fellowship Program at Georgetown University in the US is accepting applications from female human rights lawyers. The entire LAWA Fellowship Program is approximately 14 months long (from July of the first year through August of the following year), after which the LAWA Fellows return home to continue advocating for women's rights in their own countries. The LAWA Program starts in July, when the Fellows attend the Georgetown Law Center's Foundations of American Law and Legal Education course. From August through May, the LAWA Fellows earn a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree at Georgetown with an emphasis on international women's human rights and complete a major graduate paper on a significant women's rights issue in their home countries. After graduation, the LAWA Fellows then have an opportunity to engage in challenging work assignments for several months at various public interest organizations to learn about different advocacy strategies to advance women's human rights, before returning home to continue advancing women's human rights in their own countries. Find out more

Muhr AsiaAfrica Awards - Film makers
Deadline: August 31, 2009

There's an opportunity to submit your film and win substantial cash prizes if its selected in the AsiaAfrica Awards which is part of the 6th International Dubai Film Festival.
Get full eligibility requirements and application instructions here

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