Für ein Bildungsprojekt in Simbabwe sucht die SAD eine_n Projektmitarbeiter_in mit Erfahrung in der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit. (Ausschreibung nur auf Englisch)

The project aims at enhancing teachers’ capacity in sport & play-based, interactive teaching. In addition, by establishing aquaponics and renewable energy systems, science subjects are taught in an interactive way, while at the same time improving food security and energy supply at the participating schools.


Main Responsibilities

  • Project cycle management, including monitoring and evaluation of project achievements and reporting to donors
  • Working together with the Zimbabwean implementation partner for the planning, executing and monitoring of the project activities
  • Planning and overseeing the establishment of additional aquaponics and renewable energy systems (in collaboration with technical experts), remotely and on-site
  • Liaising with various stakeholders including project donors
  • Contributing to general tasks on the organisational level, for example, fundraising
  • Depending on background/ work experience: developing a teaching concept related to renewable energies; conceptualisation and facilitation of related workshop modules in Zimbabwe



  • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in social sciences or related fields; preferably with a background in environmental education
  • Work experience in development cooperation; preferably in one of SAD’s areas of expertise (sport & play, education, employment and health)
  • Work experience in monitoring and evaluating projects; expertise in social science research methods is an advantage
    German mother tongue; excellent written and spoken English; proficiency in French is an advantage
  • Field experience is an advantage
  • Willingness to travel
  • Affinity to work in a multicultural environment and appreciation of diversity
  • Ability to work independently with strong team spirit, self-motivation and initiative


How to Apply

Please submit your application (motivation letter, resume, relevant certificates and references) until 21 October to kons.