JOBS IN GABORONE – 6/20/2016

1. Accountant- AAT/Degree/CIMA – 7 to 10 years’ experience in similar (1 Post)
2. Butchery/Restaurant Manager – AAT//Business Management – 5 to 10 years’ experience in similar post (2 Posts)
3. Business- Assistants – AAT/Accounts Degree/Business Management – 3 to 5 years’ experience in similar post- (2 posts)
4. Accounts Assistant – AAT- minimum 3 years’ experience (1 Post)
5. Stock Controllers – AAT/IT/Computers – 3 years minimum experience ( 3 posts)
6. Cashiers – AAT/IT/Computer Diploma – minimum 5 years’ experience in similar post (3 posts)/
7. Assistant Cashiers – Form 5 with 7 years’ experience or AAT with 2 years’ experience (6 posts)
8. Chef – Diploma / Minimum 5 years’ experience ( 2 posts)
9. Market Officers – Degree/Diploma in Marketing- 3 years minimum experience ( 2 posts)
10. Logistic Officer – Diploma in Logistics-3 years minimum experience ( 1 Post)
11. Cooks – Minimum 5 years’ experience ( 6 posts)
12. Assistant Cooks – minimum 2 years’ experience (3 posts)
13. Waitress– Certificate in Customer Services, 3 years minimum experience (3 posts)
14. Blockman – minimum 5 year’s experience (3 posts)
15. Assistant Blockman/Lift Man – 5 yrs experience- must be strong (2 posts)
16. Cleaners – minimum 3 year’s experience in similar posts ( 4 posts)
17. Receptionists – 3 years minimum experience (1 posts)
18. Packers – 3 years’ experience ( 2 Posts )
19. Forklift Operators – 5 years’ experience (1 Post)
20. Driver – 5 years’ experience ( 2 posts)
Apply only to:
Preferred areas of residency (for cooks/cashiers/blockman/assistants etc.): Block 3, 7,8,10, Ledumang, Broad Hurst, Ginger, Tsholofelo, Taung, Tawana, Partial, Ext 16, 27, Phiring.

Nutrition Information Systems Consultant- Drought response

In response to the current drought and building forward for future programming, the Ministry of Health has expressed a need for nutrition data that fulfills the following objectives:
  1. Improved targeting of interventions, including geographic targeting as well as the ability to predict changes in nutritional status in specific areas and plan accordingly
  2. Setting of evidence-based thresholds to trigger different levels of response interventions
  3. Demonstration of interventions effectiveness through observed changes in nutritional status of children
The specific objectives of the assignments are to:
 Assess the reliability of routinely collected data for informing decision-making
 Assess the relationship between the different malnutrition indicators, making inferences on interpretation of one indicator in the absence of the other. E.g. Determining the relationship between weight-for-age and weight-for-height to inform better interpretation of weight-for-age data in the absence of weight-for-height data
 Subject to outcomes of the Phase I assessment (refer to Section 3 below), undertake analysis of existing weight-for-age, weight-for-height, height-for-age and MUAC data to fulfill general objectives listed above
 Review and develop an immediately implementable plan for strengthening existing data collection and analysis system to improve quality, strengthen utilization and incorporate WFH and MUAC in the routine data collection, analysis and reporting. The plan must provide adequate specificity at each implementation step, draw lessons from previous bottlenecks related to existing nutrition information system reviews, and clearly outline alternative ways to resolve the barriers in the short term.
  1. CONSULTANT SCOPE OF WORK The consultant will be supervised by the Health and Nutrition Specialist for UNICEF Botswana in close collaboration with the Chief of Nutrition & Food Control Division, Ministry of Health. The entirety of the consultant’s work will be done in collaboration with the Nutrition Taskforce led by the Ministry of Health with representation from UNCEF and Research Institutions as may be deemed appropriate
The consultancy will cover 3 work phases, with Phase I being a rapid field assessment and data validation, phase II- analysis of existing routine data covering a period of 12 months and all 28 Health Districts, and phase III- review and strengthening of nutrition information systems to meet set data utilization objectives. Phases I and II (described in Section 3 below) are critical rapid response steps to the current drought, and are therefore particularly time-sensitive. 3
Phase I: Rapid Field Assessment: Validation of data for weight-for-height, weight-for-age and MUAC
 Facilitate planning and progress updates meetings for the taskforce
 Develop methodology and tools, including sampling, for the rapid field assessment and validation exercise
 In collaboration with MoH-Nutrition Division, prepare submissions to the Health Research Unit for expedited ethical clearance or waiver (as may be deemed appropriate by the MoH based on assessment methodology)
 Calibrate anthropometric equipment to be used in the exercise
 Train the taskforce on anthropometric measurements, data collection and recording, quality assurance, and data analysis using recognized data analysis packages for the activity. By the end of the Consultancy, the taskforce should have technical capacity to independently repeat the exercise
 Develop/modify database for entry and analysis of Phase I data
 Develop data handling protocols as appropriate
 Oversee training of data collectors and quality assurance
 Adequately document the process, clearly showing steps at each stage, data and process strengths and limitations
 Test the usability/dependability of routinely collected height measurements
 Analyze stage I data to answer, at a minimum, the following questions:
  1. What is the prevalence of acute and chronic malnutrition (and underweight) in these communities (disaggregating by severity)?
  2. How do weight-for-age data from this analysis compare to prevalence reported to the MoH. How can the difference be factored-in when interpreting routine data for decision-making?
  3. What is the relationship between Weight-for-Age, and Weight-for-Height to aid interpretation of nutritional status changes seen in weight-for-age data in the absence of weight-for-height data
  4. What is the relationship between MUAC and WFH in the Botswana context i.e. what proportion of children with acute malnutrition will MUAC pick in the absence of routine WFH measurements? This result will inform whether and how MUAC is built into routine programme data collection and analysis
 Write a report from Phase I analysis and provide technical guidance to Phase II approach based on Phase I results
 Disseminate the findings to key stakeholders
This exercise will serve as a starting point for incorporation of WFH, Height-for-Age and MUAC in routine data collection
Phase II: Comprehensive analysis of routinely collected anthropometric data
 Based on findings from Phase I, provide technical leadership to the comprehensive analysis of routinely collected data which has not been routinely analyzed and utilized
 Develop a sampling framework for a statistically representative analysis of routine anthropometric data from all 28 Health Districts, providing technical guidance to the selection of health facilities and individual children
 Train data entry personnel on entry and handling of data for the previous 12 months, overseeing data cleaning and documenting data limitations as appropriate
 Train the taskforce on all stages of Phase II analysis (it is expected that this small group will include Nutritionists, Statisticians and other Nutrition Researchers from different departments and institutions)
 Develop/provide a database for data entry and analysis. The database should be modifiable and useable by the MoH and UNICEF beyond the duration of this consultancy, to enable repeat analysis every 6 months.
 Analyze anthropometric data for all districts over a 12 month period to give an indication pf prevalence of underweight, stunting and wasting (disaggregating by severity)
 Write a report from the Phase II data analysis, with simplified representation of the data for incorporation in reports to the Rural Development Council and other decision-makers
o Drawing from relationships between indicators as determined in Phase I, provide guidance on interpretation of results from Phase II and beyond
o Identify and facilitate linkages of the analysis results to standard governmental assessment processes relevant to nutrition, particularly, the Drought Assessment process, and the Vulnerability Assessment process
 Write a policy brief for use as an advocacy tool with policy makers
 Should the height measurements from Phase I be deemed of poor quality and not usable for the purposes of determining wasting prevalence:
o Use findings from Phase I to analyze weight-for-age data from the 12 months period, facilitating interpretation and setting of intervention thresholds and monitoring intervention effectiveness in the absence of weight-for-height data
o Provide technical guidance on alternative ways to improve the quality of height measurements
Phase III: Incorporation of MUAC, weight-for-height assessments and other programme indicators in the Botswana National Nutrition Surveillance System (or an alternative)
 Review existing nutrition data collection systems/processes in Botswana
 Based on the extent of the relevance and dependability of MUAC to identify acutely malnourished children in Botswana, incorporate MUAC into the routine data collection, analysis and utilization
 Review the frequency of height data collection, analysis and utilization, and incorporate weight-for-height into routine data collection and analysis for monitoring of acute malnutrition (from first point of collection to last point of utility)
 Develop implementation plan for the revised data processes in selected priority districts (to be agreed with MoH)
 Develop a scale-up and monitoring plan for roll-out of the revised system
o Propose and define linkages of the improved routine data to standard governmental assessment processes relevant to nutrition, particularly, the Drought Assessment process, and the Vulnerability Assessment process
 Train selected Taskforce members in the implementation processes
4. DELIVERABLES Deliverable
Proposed submission/completion date
Submission format
Inception report, covering all 3 phases of the consultancy (in consultation with key partners)
24th June 2016
Electronic- MS Word document
Feedback and approval of inception report
1st July 2016
Phase 1: Rapid Field Assessment
 Assessment methodology, data handling protocols and tools, including sample size and selection criteria
6th July
Electronic- MS Word document
 Ethical clearance submissions to HRDC (if necessary)
 Taskforce trained on assessment design and data analysis
13th July 2016
 Data collection/field work teams trained (national level)
20th July 2016
 Data collection/field work teams trained (district level)
5th August 2016
 Data collection
19th August 2016
 Data analysis report, answering all the specified questions (at a minimum)
5th September 2016
Electronic- MS Word document (for comments)
PDF format- final
 Database with the entered and cleaned data in a useable format for analysis beyond the consultancy(e.g. csv format ready for export to statistical analysis packages)
5th September 2016
To be decided during Consultancy
Phase II: Comprehensive data analysis
 Sampling framework and selection of individual children for phase II data analysis
9th September 2016
Electronic- MS Word document
 Database for Phase II analysis (developed or adapted)
16th September 2016
 Data entry personnel trained
23rd September 2016
 Taskforce trained on Phase II analysis
28th September 2016
 Report of Phase II analysis
14th October 2016
Electronic- MS Word document (for comments)
PDF format- final
 Policy brief on nutritional status for advocacy with policy makers
18th October 2016
Electronic- MS Word document (for comments)
PDF format- final
 Feedback and finalisation of report and policy brief
25th October 2016

Interested candidates should apply via UNICEF’s e-Recruitment. Please indicate your ability, availability and daily/monthly rate (in US$ ) to undertake the terms of reference above (including travel and daily subsistence allowance). Applications submitted without a daily/monthly rate will not be considered.


First National Bank of Botswana invites suitably qualified candidates to fill the position below in our Bank.
Solutions Strategist
Reporting to the Heads-Commercial Segment and Public Sector, the incumbent will be tasked with driving origination and retention from a solutions and product perspective through the creation of new products and solutions sets and cross selling.


The core duties are:
  • Build and maintain strong working relationships with all stakeholders, displaying excellent abilities to initiate dialogue and listen, advise, influence and negotiate
  • Understand the client or potential client’s business, business processes, system requirements, banking needs and key strategy
  • Respond to complex solicited and unsolicited requests for proposals (RFPs) and proposals using professional, high quality presentations
  • Create end-to-end value propositions that include current and new product and solution sets, pricing, service and channel delivery model that meet current and anticipated future client needs
  • Understand the new product commercialization roadmap and strategic innovations taking place across the bank
  • Design integrated and bank-wide solutions in order to achieve increased market share, share of wallet and revenue diversification
  • Understand traditional and non-traditional competitor offerings and strategies
  • Collate client presentations, generic proposals and tender-specific responses
  • Manage the solution design, client engagement and client interface using project management disciplines
  • Design, develop and implement banking solutions that meet and exceed client needs in consultation with the product houses
  • Design the implementation plan and coordinate the roll-out of the plan with the client, Product Specialists and Service Managers
  • Initiate meetings with key stakeholders to track progress, manage expectations and ensure stakeholders’ needs are met timely
Qualifications and Experience Requirements
  • Relevant Degree
  • Minimum 5 years transactional banking experience
  • Must have relevant specialized product knowledge
  • Project management experience (advantageous)
Competencies and Skills Required
  • Conceptual / big picture thinking
  • Customer service orientation
  • Presentation and facilitation

Closing date and application instructions

Interested applicants are advised send their Curriculum Vitae with an Application letter to the below email address or hand Deliver to CBD First place 4th Floor by 23rd June 2016.


Revenue growth, new business profitability, return on excess capital – you will agree that financial management at Botswana Insurance Holdings Limited (BIHL) is far more complex than the norm.
BIHL is already a major player in the financial services sector. Having recently reorganised and recorded its best financial results, its new management team is even more passionate about the business and committed to a strategy of growth and sustenance. With plans to build on past successes, and concentrating on its core expertise, this is an excellent opportunity to join a thriving organisation as it moves into a new era.


Working at EXCO level, this is one of the key facilitating and delivery roles for the Group. Participation and development of business cases for new opportunities will ensure sustained growth and good performance for the Group. You will be involved in strategic development and will ensure adequate and cost effective funding to achieve Group strategies.
Reporting to the Group CEO, you will direct all the financial activities of the Group in accordance with relevant statutory and regulatory requirements and international financial reporting standards (IFRS), and ensure effective corporate governance for mitigation of financial business risks. Additional responsibilities will include: financial analysis of new business opportunities to ensure return on investment; thorough group financial analysis to aid decision making; proposals on effective ventures for utilisation of excess capital; understanding the implications and application of King III and Solvency II; effective engagement of investors; group budgeting; group risk management; and Group financial reporting and results presentation.
A qualified CA (CA, ACCA, CIMA or equivalent), you will have had a minimum of 10 years post qualification experience in financial management, preferably in the financial services industry, with at least 5 of those years in a general management capacity with responsibility for strategic planning, budgeting and financial analysis. Experience within a complex financial environment with multiple funding sources and diverse business areas will be an advantage.

Closing date and application instructions

If you are interested in applying for this position, please visit to apply.
Closing date for applications is 24 June 2016.

Field Officer Job At Women Finance House Botswana.

BGCSE, fluent in Setswana and English, computer literate, a certificate in marketing or any Business related field, experience of any financial background will be an added advantage.

Apply to;
The Program Director
Women Finance House Botswana
Private Bag 124
or hand deliver to plot number 1043 extension 2 Gaborone opposite Benthema Primary School, email to

For more information please contact: 3956500