Employment opportunities may be at the main Embassy, or at any of the agencies in Harare.
Interested and qualified candidates must submit the applications by close of business before or on the closing date of the announcement, or the application will not be considered:
Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Click here (PDF 640 KB) to download Locally Employed Staff (LES) application form
Please note that unsolicited applications will not be considered.
Deadline February 1, 2016. Applications are invited for the 2016 TechWomen Program.
TechWomen is a five week program designed to support development in the field of technology, increase the trade capacity of the participating countries, promote economic advancement, and enable women in STEM fields to reach their full potential in the science and tech industry, almost 100 women from Africa, Central Asia, and the Middle East took part in this U.S.-based mentoring program in 2015.
During the five weeks beginning in September, TechWomen work on specific projects with their American Mentors at scientific research, technology, and innovation companies in Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area, an experience that is enhanced by several workshops organized to provide networking opportunities and to increase the participants’ understanding of how Americans drive development.
Companies hosting TechWomen participants in 2015 included: 500 Startups, 6SensorLabs, Adobe, Advent Software, Autodesk, Bigcommerce, Cahill Contractors Inc., Calix, Cisco Systems, Ericsson, Eventbrite, Flipboard, Google, GoPro, Illumina, Juniper Networks, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, LinkedIn, Lyft, Madison Reed, MobileIron, Mozilla, Northgate Environmental Management, One Medical Group, Optimizely, Pacific Gas & Electric Co., Palo Alto Networks, Polycom, Proteus Digital Health, Prysm, Salesforce.com, San Francisco Department of the Environment, San Francisco Public Utility Commission, Santa Clara Valley Water District, SolarCity, SunEdison, SunPower, Sunrun, Symantec, Tesla, Tumblr, Twitter, University of California – San Francisco, VMware, Worldreader, Yahoo and Zenefits.
Apply at: www.techwomen.org.