BUSINESS SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR

Location: Zomba
Employment Type: Full-time
Salary: N/A
Job deadline: 29th November, 2017
Company: Southern Region Water Board

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates to urgently fill the vacant position tenable at various Southern Region Water Board establishments:

 
Business Systems Administrator

 
Qualifications and Requirements

The candidates should have:

ASSISTANT INTERNAL AUDITOR

Location: Zomba
Employment Type: Full-time
Salary: N/A
Job deadline: 29th November, 2017
Company: Southern Region Water Board

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates to urgently fill the vacant position tenable at various Southern Region Water Board establishments:

 

Assistant Internal Auditor  (Tenable at Head Office)

 

Qualifications and Requirements

The candidates should have:

Office Administrator

Location: Lilongwe
Employment Type: Full-time
Salary: N/A
Job deadline: 24th November, 2017
Company: DVV International

Human Resource Manager

Location: Blantyre
Employment Type: Full-time
Salary: N/A
Job deadline: 6th December, 2017
Company: Public Private Partnership Commission

Background

PROGRAM AREA MANAGER

Location: Mzuzu
Employment Type: Full-time
Salary: N/A
Job deadline: 23rd November, 2017
Company: Plan International Malawi

Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organization that advances children’s rights and equality for girls.

JOB ORGANIZATION CONTEXT

RECEPTIONIST

Location: Lilongwe
Employment Type: Full-time
Salary: N/A
Job deadline: 27th November, 2017
Company: World Bank

JOB #: 172048JOB

TITLE: Receptionist

JOB FAMILY: Administration

JOB TYPE: Administrative

GRADE: GA

LOCATION: Lilongwe, Malawi

RECRUITMENT TYPE: Local Hire

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT: English [Essential]

CLOSING DATE: 27-Nov-2017
Background / General description:

Companies Owe Nico K4 Billion In Pension Arrears

Nico Holdings Plc is being owed about K4 billion by companies who are failing to remit pension funds.

 

Nico Holdings Plc Managing Director, Vizenge Kumwenda said this on Thursday in Lilongwe during a cocktail party the group hosted for its existing and prospective customers.

 

 “A lot of employers are not remitting pension contributions for their members of staff. That is not good because the money belongs to the employees and that money has to be invested for the future benefit of the employees,” said Kumwenda.

 

World Bank Says Debt Is Malawi’s Fiscal Challenge

The World Bank (WB) has noted that Malawi’s major fiscal challenges are high level of government expenditure.

 

Figures from the bank indicate that the country’s public sector expenditures are relatively high, at more than 35 percent of gross domestic product (GDP).

 

The bank further states that expenditures relative to GDP and relative to revenues and grants have grown over the years as the government has taken on increasingly large expenditures for human development and agricultural subsidies.

 

Stakeholders Demand Enactment of Tobacco Act

Local tobacco industry stakeholders have demanded the enactment of Tobacco Act during the current sitting of Parliament.

 

The stakeholders are arguing that the enactment of the act will strengthen and transform the industry which contributes about 30 percent of the country’s export earnings.

 

Minister Speaks Out On Maize pricing

Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development, Joseph Mwanamvekha has commented on the disparities regarding maize buying prices from farmers by Admarc and National Food Reserve Agency (NFRA).

Mwanamvekha explained to the media on Wednesday why the two government institutions were offering two different prices in buying maize from farmers in the country.

Mwanamvekha said Admarc is mandated to buy maize from farmers from the most remote areas, hence their pricing was as high as K170 per kilogramme (kg).