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  • Mindset Network: Broadcast Scheduler Intern

    Mindset Network
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Tuesday, April 8, 2014
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment

    Mindset Network is a nonprofit organisation that aims at personal, social and economic development of all people in Africa. Mindset uses information and communication technologies (ICTs) to support education in the schooling and health sectors.

    Mindset Network seeks to appoint a Broadcast Scheduler Intern, based in Johannesburg.

    The successful candidate will be responsible for the final input of schedules into the ITX system as well as the scheduling of on air promos, commercials and other support material as per the brief supplied by Channel Manager and/or Client.

    Salary: R6 000 total cost of employment per month. 

    To apply, refer to http://bit.ly/1heujb5

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    If you have any difficulty accessing the link contact, recruitment@mindset.co.za (Subject 'Broadcast Scheduler Application') and Mindset Network will tend to your query.

    For more about Mindset Network, refer to www.mindset.co.za.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • Research ICT Africa: Senior Researcher

    Research ICT Africa
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Friday, February 28, 2014
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    Research ICT Africa (RIA) conducts public-interest research on ICT policy and regulation that facilitates evidence-based and informed policy making for improved access, use and application of ICT for social development and economic growth. We require a full-time Principal Researcher/Senior Researcher/Researcher to join our research team in Cape Town on contract.

    RIA’s research responds to national, regional and continental needs, providing African researchers, governments, regulators, operators, multilateral institutions, development agencies, community organizations and trade unions with the information and analysis required to develop innovative and appropriate policies, effective implementation and successful network operations that can contribute to sustainable development.
     
    The company promotes interaction between researchers and their peers at national, regional and international levels to harmonize methodologies, tools and standards for conducting public-interest ICT policy research.
      
    Research ICT Africa seeks to appoint a full-time, Senior Researcher, based in Cape Town.

    Responsibilities:
    • Research and training under direction of the Executive Director:
      • Conducting research;
      • Collecting and analysing data for public policy papers;
      • Working with databases;
      • Administering questionnaires and conducting interviews.
    • Preparation of presentations, reports and policy papers for dissemination;
    • Lead and participate in teams established for the purpose of undertaking research and consulting projects for RIA;
    • Preparation of proposals and tenders and writing up of research products.
    Requirements:
    • Hold a PhD;
    • Minimum of fine years of experience working in ICT/infrastructure/policy research;
    • Strong writing and language skills, requiring knowledge of academic and report styles and formatting;
    • Strong analytical skills, statistical knowledge would be an advantage;
    • Strong leadership and interpersonal skills; 
    • Strong writing, language skills;
    • Competence in online research;
    • Competence in extracting information from reports;
    • Competence in software presentation/editing packages.
    Starting date: 1 April 2014.

    Remuneration: R420 000 – R540 000 per annum (total cost to company) – negotiable on experience and qualifications. 

    To apply, submit a CV and motivation letter Ondine Bello at admin@researchictafrica.net.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    Enquiries: Tel: 021 447 6332.

    For more about Research ICT Africa, refer to www.researchictafrica.net.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • Mindset Network: CAPS Physical Science Content Developer

    Mindset Network
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Saturday, November 30, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    Mindset Network is a nonprofit organisation that aims at personal, social and economic development of all people in Africa. Mindset uses information and communication technologies (ICTs) to support education in the schooling and health sectors.

    Mindset Network seeks to appoint a CAPS Physical Science Content Developer, based in Randburg, Johannesburg.

    Job level: Mid

    Remuneration: to be discussed

    This is a six-month contract position.
        
    Responsibilities:
    • Monitoring and coordinating the development and review of content for Grades 10 to 12 Physical Resources classroom resources;
    • Using the current processes and working with a team of content developers and reviewers
    • Check and finalise the Physical Sciences content for production and following it through the production cycle, with support to the production team
    • Check all graphics and images required for the production of CAPS Physical Sciences resources
    • Finalise the content of Physical Sciences print notes after the work of developers and reviewers - short guides that go with each series (excluding layout)
    • Carry out edit reviews (final checks) with the production team and supporting corrections and changes
    • Maintain documents indicating progress, stages and remaining requirements on a weekly basis
    • Communicate invoice, tag, upload and print notes status and/or needs to the Content Administrator for action and follow up
    • Work with other content developers and team members to ensure the completion of Physical Sciences learning resources as follows:
      • 24 Grades 10 and 11 series:
        • Content completed by end February 2014
        • Production support completed by end April 2014
      • 13 Grade 12:
        • Content completed by end February 2014
        • Production support completed by end April 2014
    Requirements:
    • Tertiary teaching qualification and teaching experience
    • PC Skills in Microsoft Office Applications
    • Experience developing digital/other learning and/or teaching support materials (LTSMs)
    • Own transport required:
    • PC Skills in Google Applications
    • Positive and client oriented outlook
    • Attention to detail
    • Sense of urgency
    • Results driven
    • Professional approach to tasks and fellow employees
    • Proactive
    • Ability to work without direct supervision
    • Ability to use initiative and creatively solve unique problems
    • Responsive to client requests
    To apply, submit a CV to procurement@mindset.co.za.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    For more about Mindset Network, refer to www.mindset.co.za.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • Mindset Network: Computer Applications Technology Teachers

    Mindset Network
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Thursday, November 28, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    Mindset Network is a nonprofit organisation that aims at personal, social and economic development of all people in Africa. Mindset uses information and communication technologies (ICTs) to support education in the schooling and health sectors.

    Mindset Network seeks to appoint Computer Applications Technology (CAT) Teachers, based in Johannesburg.

    The qualified CAT teachers should have a minimum of five years teaching experience and currently teaching CAPS

    The learning support resources comprise of video lessons, interactive multimedia, short online tutorials and print materials for CAT. The content consists of CAT lessons designed in an informative, interesting and easy-to-follow manner, to serve as teaching and learning support materials for both educators and learners.
    There are two main objectives of the CAT project, namely, the support of teaching and learning in CAT classrooms and the support of learners who may require additional resources to work with on their own.

    The screencasts are intended to be short Mindset Learnet Learn - the process of developing teaching and learning support resources for Grade 10, 11 and 12 CAT. The screencasts will provide a handy set of references to look up or revise basic steps as outlined in the CAPS topics. They will be hosted as online tutorials and cross-referenced in other media of the CAT project, especially the interactive multimedia. They must be stand alone units that are completely self explanatory.

    Screencasts must support teachers and learners in the following ways:
    • Screencasts provide quick guides to teachers and learners alike;
    • Screencasts provide alternative methods that teachers can follow;
    • Screencasts give some examples of how to contextualise the teaching of CAT, where applicable;
    • Screencasts provide numerous content-based examples to assist teachers in explaining important concepts;
    • Screencasts provide quick summaries of the content learners need to know;
    • Video lessons offer clear explanations to assist learners in their understanding of small unit concepts;
    • Screencasts provide ideal revision units for learners.
    There will be 470 - 500 screencasts to cover the entire curriculum for Grades 10 - 12 CAT. The screencasts will be made in MS 2010 and Openoffice, and will be between two and five minutes long. The average length is estimated at 2.5 minutes. Mindset will also access and upload some google docs examples independently. The grade, curriculum section and screencast title will be included in the screencast title. A summary is provided in table 1.
     
    Table 1: Sections of CAT content to be covered in screencasts
    Series Totals (MS 2010 only) Numbers for Open Office
    Grade 10 Solutions Development 75 74
    Grade 11 Solutions Development 100 76
    Grade 12 Solutions Development 25 25
         
    Grade 10 Systems Technologies 22 0
    Grade 11 Systems Technologies 10 0
    Grade 12 Systems Technologies 19 0
         
    All grades Information Management 9 9
         
    All grades Internet Technologies 26 0
         
    These are planned numbers; actual numbers may go up or down slightly, upon final production 286 184

    Responsibilities:
    • Using the brief and list of titles and topics provided, as well as the allocation per service provider, design accurate content for each screencast and design documents with which to demonstrate the steps. Each lesson must consist of a document or similar real-life example, displayed on screen, and used to demonstrate the required steps. Example must be appropriate to the content, and the grade and language level required and must suit Southern African learners. Prepare commentary/script to suit the screencast.
    • Prepare and produce the screencasts according to the list of titles and topics provided, including style requirements such as ‘call outs’, highlighting and similar. Save a local copy of each screencast using the naming convention provided and convert to mp4 (all possible from within the screencast application), before uploading to a specified Dropbox folder. Provide commentary during the screencast production. There must be no background noise. 
    • Adjust and/or correct screencasts after review, if necessary, before submitting final versions.
    Requirements:
    • Thoroughly au fait with the CAPS CAT curriculum;
    • Master user of MS Office 2010 and able to research difference that are planned for MS Office 2013;
    • Master user of Openoffice;
    • Ability to use a designated, online screencast application (probably Screencast-o-matic), which only works well with fast internet access
    • Willingness to use a suitable anti-virus application and own computer
    • Ability to produce about 100 screencasts, depending on sections allocated, at a rate of no fewer than 20 every 3 weeks.
    Mindset Learn will provide the following:
    • General brief to service providers, to indicate how to base each lesson on a specific context or example of the types of documents to prepare prior to screencast recording, and the style requirements for all screencasts;
    • Brief for each screencast, indicating title, curriculum topic(s) to be included in each video, in the form of a list;
    • Support during the production of screencasts;
    • Mindset will also provide the opening sequence, subject colours, a standard title and a lesson title slate.
    Timelines and Payment
     Task
     
    Delivery dates Budget
    Produce up to 100 screen casts, with correct content, all correct and required steps and information, according to brief and style guide   Budget per Screen cast is negotiable
     
    Payment will be made, on presentation of a tax invoice, after final upload of each batch.
    20 in each batch by: 12 Dec 2013  
      10 Jan 2014  
    To apply, submit, click here and fill in the required details.

    Should you not be contacted in 10 days please consider your application unsuccessful.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    For more about Mindset Network, refer to www.mindset.co.za.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • Call for Open Session Proposals: ICTD 2013

    Sixth International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Friday, June 28, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Call for proposals
    The Sixth International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development (ICTD 2013) will be held from 7-10 December 2013 in Cape Town.

    Days 1 (December 7th) and 4 (December 10th) of the conference are dedicated to open sessions. We invite you to contribute to this lively, informal, and interactive component of the ICTD conference. Successful proposals will work towards the conferences goals of (1) accessibility and inclusion (2) participation and dialogue and (3) excellence.

    The conference will be hosted for the first time on the African continent. We especially encourage open sessions with a regional focus exploring unique ICTD needs and opportunities in Africa. Though the language of the main conference is English, we also encourage open session proposals held in other languages widely spoken on the continent including (though not necessarily limited to) French, Portuguese, and Swahili.

    The aim of the open sessions is to bring as diverse a group of people as possible together who share an interest in the ICTD space. However, the proposal review process is also competitive as there is limited time and space to hold these sessions. Proposals will be judged on the following criteria:
    • accessibility and inclusiveness – proposals should reflect an effort to reach an interdisciplinary ICTD crowd maximizing the diversity of topics covered and voices heard at the conference
    • participation and dialogue – open sessions should aim to have a greater element of participation than the full paper and notes tracks, or the demo sessions. We will look for proposals that demonstrate some way of engaging those who join the session in conversation, activities, or training.
    • excellence – we will look for expertise and knowledge among organizers proposing workshops and training sessions where they seek to impart skills to others. The organization of an open session may also demonstrate excellence if its thoughtfully put together, even if the organizers do not themselves have deep expertise in the proposed topic or subject matter.
    The open sessions have been an especially successful venue for:
    • workshops that include highly interactive, hands-on training for participants
    • panels or roundtables: i.e. on particular areas of theory; definition work (what is development? What is technology? Ethics in ICTD); emergent new approaches in ICTD; reflections on the state of the field; and efforts to chart a future course for ICTD research and practice.
    • conversations about methods and proposals for methodological innovation
    • special interest groups (SIGs); presentation of projects by participants from diverse institutions on a common theme (i.e. climate change, gender, or regional)
    • many other formal and informal formats including debates, live performances, video screenings, fishbowls, and wildcard sessions. (Note: demos should be submitted to the demo track)

    See accepted open sessions from ICTD 2012 and ICTD 2010.

    While organizers may extend a special invitation to particular participants to attend or present, the sessions themselves must be open to any conference attendee who wishes to join on the day of (up to room capacity).

    To propose an open session please fill out the proposal form providing a 50-word summary and an additional 2-page elaboration of your proposed open session topic with details requested in the proposal form.

    Submit the completed proposal to open@ictd2013.info by the deadline of 28 June 2013.

    For more information about ICTD 2013, refer to http://ictd.cs.uct.ac.za/index.html.

    To view other opportunities, visit www.ngopulse.org/group/home-page/other-opportunities.

     

  • Mindset Network: Content Administrator

    Mindset Network
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Monday, April 8, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    Mindset Network is a nonprofit organisation that aims at personal, social and economic development of all people in Africa. Mindset uses information and communication technologies (ICTs) to support education in the schooling and health sectors.

    Mindset seeks to appoint a Content Administrator, based in Johannesburg.

    The person will assist the Learn Content Development Team with day to day administrative tasks as noted in the detailed job description below.

    Responsibilities:
    • Assist with generic, routine procurement processes (documentation, sending, receiving, collating, replying) under the guidance of the Classroom Resources and Learn Xtra Managers and the Schooling Executive and with support from the Content Developers;
    • Assist with maintaining weekly and other ongoing records, and supporting the rest of the team with on-going communication, written and verbal, where required. Updating the Learn Content List on a regular basis managing documents in Classroom Resources and Learn Xtra – there are large volumes of documents coming into Classroom Resources and Learn Xtra, going out to reviewers and developers, as well as various versions that need control and management, as well as backup Carrying out weekly or more frequent follow up with service providers when required to assist Content Developers and Content Managers;
    • Manage resources upon completion, including upload to the website, applying descriptions and keywords, tagging, etc. as required;
    • Manage the display of resources on the Learn website and Youtube Channel as required. Manage the editable areas of the website, under the guidance of the Content Managers Preparing the final PDF uploadable versions of print notes for all CAPS series, including aligning the print note to a standard template and carrying out a basic edit and monitoring the inclusion of acknowledgements in print notes monitoring the state of edit reviews, corrections and sign offs of all CAPS seriesp;
    • Upload, if possible, individual IT resources (the simulations currently built into IMM resources) to the website;
    • Process all invoices and orders for the programmes and their various projects and activities Tracking the payment of all processed invoices on a weekly basis and proactively informing the relevant members of the programme teams as to payments made and delays;
    • Maintain a database of all programme expenditure and performing monthly reconciliations of this expenditure against management accounts raising queries with the Programme Executives as required;
    • Create and maintain a detailed Learn and Health contacts database including name, email address, contact numbers, company and position.
    To apply, submit a CV and motivation letter to recruitment@mindset.co.za.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    For more about Mindset Network, refer to www.mindset.co.za.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • Mindset Network: Procurement Administrator

    Mindset Network (NPC)
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Tuesday, April 2, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    Mindset Network is a nonprofit organisation that aims at personal, social and economic development of all people in Africa. Mindset uses information and communication technologies (ICTs) to support education in the schooling and health sectors.

    Mindset seeks to appoint a Procurement Administrator, based in Johannesburg.

    The person will facilitate all procurement requests for Mindset and its group companies as detailed in the job specification below.

    Responsibilities:

    General procurement
    • In collaboration with Management, ensure that there  is general awareness of the  Procurement policy and procedures amongst staff;
    • Identify potential suppliers for all necessary services (as required from time to time) in line with Mindset’s Procurement Policy;
    • Developing and maintaining an approved supplier database in line with Mindset requirements (including BEE credentials);
    • Ensures that a comprehensive set of documentation (ie, BEE certificate, tax clearance, supplier information sheet, company registration details, Vat registration certificate, banking details) is maintained for each supplier as appropriate.
    • Registers all requisitions (for services required) made by line departments as per briefs for quotations and/or proposals as and when required.
    • Drafts requests for quotations (and proposals) and identifies possible suppliers from database.
    • Fax/email requests for quotations to identified suppliers.
    • Receiving quotations/proposals from identified suppliers and recording this onto the supplier justification form which is to be signed off by the Procurement Committee and the respective line manager once approved.
    • Negotiating with (potential) vendors/suppliers to get the best possible rates/service(s).
    • Evaluates quotations in consultation with client department and/or Procurement Committee as constituted from time to time i.e. Value analysis.
    • Developing and maintaining relationships with recognized suppliers and performance management thereof.
    • Keeps a record (electronic and hard copy, as agreed) of all quotes, justification forms, minutes of meetings and signed service agreements and contracts (ie. All relevant documentation).
    • Preparation of documents for BEE Ratings for the Mindset Group
    • Completion of credit applications and Preferred Supplier applications
    • General administrative assistance within the Finance Department
    Tenders
    • Evaluates specifications/criteria for all tender requests in consultation with the client department.         
    • Drafts final specification in consultation with the client department.
    • In conjunction with the client department, prepares tender documents and arranges for tender advertisements to be placed in the mass media and/or other appropriate advertising platforms;
    • Send RFP (request for proposal) to external suppliers.
    • Facilitates tender process and deals with all enquiries.
    • In line with the Policy, determines best approaches to invite targeted companies to tender.
    • Records (including acknowledgements of receipt) and checks tender documents.
    • Schedule all procurement committee and bid adjudication meetings.
    • Convenes tender evaluation committee meetings.
    • Transcription, distribution and maintenance of minutes for all procurement meetings held.
    • Notifies all parties of outcome of tender process.
    • In conjunction with the Corporate Affairs Manager, ensures contracts and service agreements signed with successful bidders.
    • Updates tender register and prepares Tender report.
    • Ensures that the execution of all tender contracts is monitored.
    To apply, submit a CV and motivation letter to recruitment@mindset.co.za.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    For more about Mindset Network, refer to www.mindset.co.za.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies..

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  • Gauteng Cancels Gauteng Online

    Ten years and R3 billion later, and Gauteng Online, the biggest school computer project in the country, has effectively been cancelled - with the Gauteng government owning no equipment to show for it.

    This month, MEC for Finance, Mandla Nkomfe, announced that the project, which is under what he calls the ‘strategic review’, was cancelled and the project will be incorporated into a Gauteng Broadband Network, whose full scope will be announced in two weeks’ time.

    Nkomfe denied the tender had been cancelled as a result of unfair competitive practice allegations, with tender specifications giving an advantage to the current supplier, SMMT Online (now known as CloudSeed).

    To read the article titled, “R3bn 'wasted' on Gauteng Online,” click here.

    Source: 
    News24
  • African Knowledge Economy Require ICT Policy

    MTN chief executive officer, Karel Pienaar, says that a solid policy framework for information communication technology (ICT) is critical for a knowledge economy to be established in Africa.

    Speaking at the inaugural ICT Indaba this week, Pienaar explained that a comprehensive policy environment is a critical success factor if Africa is to embrace the impact the knowledge economy can have on job creation and economic development.

    He noted that Africa has the fastest-growing telecommunications sector in the world, thanks mainly to the adoption of mobile technology.

    Top read the article titled, “African knowledge economy needs ICT policy,” click here.

    Source: 
    IT Web
  • ICT4RD: Introducing Speaking Books to Rural Communities

    The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG), Africa’s largest mental health support and advocacy organisation, made a presentation on the topic, ‘Rural Health Education Using an Audio Visual Technology’, earlier this week at the SANGONeT ICT4RD Conference in Johannesburg.

    Health education and promotion are hampered by challenges related to low levels of literacy and lack of trained professional health personnel and community workers. Illiteracy is a health threatening issue. Poverty is almost always equated with isolation in many places. Poverty results from the lack of access to emergency health services which are often far-fetched and under-resourced.

    Global illiteracy threatens nearly 900 million adults; two out of three of them are women. Illiteracy levels are concentrated in Sub-Saharan Africa, the Arab States and in East Asia. The literacy levels in Sub-Saharan Africa are just over 60 percent. The consequences of illiteracy impact negatively on communities.

    Vulnerable and disadvantaged communities are more likely to confuse the medication regimen, not able to understand medical procedures, fail to navigate the health system and most likely to stop their treatments prematurely, thereby raising challenges in treatment and compliance.

    It must be noted that in Sub-Saharan Africa 64 percent of people live in rural areas, 50 percent work in the agricultural sector and 73 percent of these are smallholder farmers.

    The use of traditional pamphlets and brochures has proved ineffective for rural communities with low levels of literacy. SADAG has over the last six years developed and distributed an innovative health education and communication tool - a speaking book for these rural communities.

    The ‘Speaking Books’ are audiovisual books with a sound box that has 16 key messages. The voice is triggered by simply pressing one of these 16 key messages. Each message plays for 30 seconds and the whole book plays for less than eight minutes. The book has an on and off switch.

    The ‘Speaking Books’ are user friendly, can be played at leisure, in privacy and the messages can be seen and heard. Research has shown that each book reaches up to 27 people.

    The organisation has produced over 54 titles on health and social development topics ranging from HIV and AIDS, TB, malaria, hypertension, maternal health, clinical trials, vaccines, the use of safe medicines, understanding your mental health, to getting government grants. The Department of Social Development is producing this particular book for disadvantaged communities in local languages.

    Other country specific requirements have included such languages as Portuguese, Kiswahili, French, Comorian languages, Amharic (Ethiopia), Spanish and Mandarin.

    The Speaking Books are supported and funded by donors and distributed to rural communities free of charge. The books have been endorsed by governments, international organisations, CDC, John Hopkins Centre of Communications, Acumen Fund, USAID and UNICEF.

    - Elizabeth Matarem is the CEO of the South African Depression and Anxiety Group.

    For more about the South African Depression and Anxiety Group, refer to www.sadag.org.za.

    For more information about the ‘Speaking Books’, refer to www.booksofhope.com.

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