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  • Warehouse Supervisor (Closing Date: December 5, 2014)

    The Embassy of the United States of America in Windhoek is seeking an individual for the position of Warehouse Supervisor.  [Position Grade:  FSN 7]  STARTING SALARY:  N$ 253,629 gross per annum

    Under the direct supervision of the General Services Officer, the incumbent is responsible for managing all aspects of non-expendable and expendable property at the warehouse to include receiving, inventory control, property distribution, local and specialized procurement and property disposal.

  • Custodian (Closing Date: December 3, 2014)

    The Embassy of the United States of America in Windhoek is seeking to hire an individual for the full-time position of Custodian[Position grade: FSN-1] STARTING SALARY: N$ 65,217 gross per annum

    The incumbent is responsible for performing all Char Force duties associated with the cleaning of the Embassy compound and other office spaces. Incumbent cleans, mops, vacuums, dusts, collects garbage and any another duties associated with keeping the office space tidy and presentable inside and out. Provides support for event or conference setup and cleanup. Perform other related duties as assigned.

     

  • Field Officer in Katima and Rundu (Closing date: December 1, 2014)
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Windhoek is seeking to fill two full-time positions as Field Officer, one based in Katima and a second based in Rundu.

    STARTING SALARY: N$ 352,066 gross per annum

    Under the supervision of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Oshakati Office Field Coordinator incumbent serves as the Field Officer in Katima or Rundu. Incumbent is the public health advisor responsible for providing technical expertise and assistance to the Ministry of Health and Social Services (MOHSS) and other participating partners in the northern regions of Namibia. The incumbent participates and supports the design, implementation and strengthening of routine disease surveillance systems and the conduct of large, complex surveys designed to measure HIV prevalence and other indicators of importance to evaluating the impact of HIV control programs. Carrying out these functions requires public health technical knowledge, results-oriented data analysis, advocacy, and the ability to facilitate communication and maintain collaborative working relationships with partner organizations. This position is required to travel at least 70% of the time.

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