Distribution Officers – Mutare, Chipinge, Murehwa, Marondera (x20)
GOAL is an equal opportunities employer to all individuals seeking possible employment with the organisation. We are looking for suitably qualified, highly competent and motivated individuals to be part of the GOAL Zimbabwe team for the Zimbabwe Country Program on a fixed term duration. Interested employment seekers are invited to apply for the following vacant positions:

Distribution Officers – Mutare, Chipinge, Murehwa, Marondera (x20)

General Description of the Role
Reporting to the Project Manager, the Distribution Officers will be responsible for direct implementation of food and non-food distribution assistance. The project aims to provide a seasonal and emergency social safety net to improve access to food and ensure that vulnerable women, men, girls and boys, consume an adequate and nutritious diet in times of need.

Summary of Key Duties
Facilitate strengthening of productive assets committees to ensure protection of livelihoods based assets for increased crop and livestock productivity; Provide support on creation, rehabilitation and protection of livelihood-based assets for crop and/or livestock productivity; Provide support on cash transfer for food items; Implementation of programme components of food and non-food items distribution to beneficiaries; Mainstreaming of Gender and Social Protection during program implementation; Identification and selection of programme beneficiaries creating databases in respect of programmatic deliverables; Assessment of knowledge and skill gaps in beneficiaries and liaise with relevant stakeholders in designing appropriate training materials; Participate in district and ward level coordination meetings to represent GOAL and share project updates; Participate in all related Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) system activities

The ideal person should possess the following:
A Minimum of a Degree in Social Sciences, Humanitarian and Development Studies or any other related discipline; Experience in community mobilization, participatory targeting and monitoring; Knowledge in food and/or non-food aid/security; Class 3 and or / motor bike riding experience is a must; Knowledge of food and livelihoods security project monitoring and evaluation techniques; Understanding of mainstreaming principles and experience of working on mainstreaming activities of gender, HIV/AIDS and Child Protection, environmental protection, resilience and protection of elderly people; Evidence of maturity and experience in working in community development programmes; Computer literacy in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; Ability to work under pressure, with minimum supervision.

To apply
Interested individuals who meet the above specifications should apply via email to

[email protected]  clearly indicating the position being applied for and the preferred district on the subject line of the email. The application must include an application letter; and a Current CV with full contact details of at least three contactable referees on or before Friday the 20th of December 2019.

Please note that applications received outside the stated channels will be disqualified