UNESCO Mobile App development Jobs 2022 – Zambia Jobs. UNESCO Zambia looking for “Mobile App development”. Applicants with A University Degree may apply on or before 30 June 2022.
UNESCO Mobile App development Jobs 2022
The UNESCO has published a job vacancy announcement on 16 June 2022 for qualified Zambia’s to fill in the vacant post of Mobile App development to be based in Lusaka, Zambia.
|Recruiter||United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)|
|Position||Mobile App development on Sexual and Reproductive Health for tertiary students|
|Total Vacant Post||N/A|
|Experience Required||At least 3 years|
|Application Deadline||30 June 2022|
UNESCO Job Vacancy 2022
Overview: The UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa (ROSA) is seeking for a company to develop a mobile application that aims to empower Zimbabwean and Zambian tertiary students with a tool to access information about sexual and reproductive health, professional counselling, peer counselling services, and a helpline when in emergency situations. The application will be termed Future+ app for the Zimbabwean context and adapted to the Zambian context (content and design specification).
App features and Functions:
- SRHR articles – Students will access SRHR articles covering selected topics
- Live Student Counselling – This is an instant messaging tool for students to connect to readily available well-being counsellors who will provide counselling services. From a listing of counsellors, students can chat through live messaging with a counsellor or leave a message to a preferred counsellor who may be offline at the time.
- Student Forums – This is a student community where they can get help with SRHR issues, academic issues, advice from peers or just have a good chat about what’s on their minds. Students can contribute to the forum through comments, sharing and reactions.
- Quick Notifications – This feature allows the administration to send news messages/notifications directly to the students. All students will be able to view notifications from their dashboards.
- Location-Based Help Services – Use the device’s geographical location (via maps app) to show students where to get access to help services, e.g. clinic, police station etc. A services directory will also be provided for offline users.
- Panic Button / Alarm – This button connects the student to the nearest emergency service depending on the situation, e.g. police, ambulance service etc. If on campus, the panic button alerts other close by students and HTEI security .
- Automated Chatbot – The automated chatbot provides answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
- Accessibility – The application should be compatible with the accessibility functions of Android and iOS (Screen magnifier, Zoom in, zoom out, audio, screen reader, colour friendliness etc.).
- Gamification – This feature awards points for participation (leading to membership badges, e.g. silver, bronze, gold, platinum). Students can get more points for being active on the app, e.g. commenting on articles, participating in forums, inviting friends, etc.
- Search – This will help students to search and filter for relevant information
- At least 3 years’ experience in the field of information technology, specifically mobile app development.
- Management of at least two app development projects (Android and iOS) of similar scale (provide portfolio and references).
- Contract Type: Full Time
- Selection Process: Interview
- Salary: negotiable
- Application Process: Online
How to Apply UNESCO Mobile App development Jobs 2022
Interested firm/institution may submit in two phases; a) through Success Factor: CV of team leader; b) Cover letter, Company Profile, CVs of the Team Members, Technical Proposal with methodology (maximum 5 pages) and the Budget/Financial Proposal to email@example.com no later than 30 June 2022.
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