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Design Engineer for netWalk GmbH, Germany

netWalk GmbH provides innovative, time bound, cost effective Embedded Software Development, CAD and Drafting services service in Automotive Domain. We employ highly qualified engineers with years of experience and are therefore in a position to take on the most challenging projects and make it a success. Our Engineers are working for major automotive suppliers and OEMs across Germany.


5+ years experience
    Technical Responsibilities:
    1.Design and development of plastics components for Automotive HVAC requirements.
    2.Strong background of Automotive plastics product design and manufacturing process (Injection Moulding) Hands on CATIA V5 experience with sound knowledge in part modeling, assembly modeling and GSD,DMU Kinematic work benches of CATIA V5
    3.Exposure to Automotive HVAC domain
    3.B Tech. in Automotive, Mechanical or Production Engineering with 4 to 10 years of experience. Post Graduate Diploma / Post Graduate Degree in Tools design / Plastics is an added advantage
    4.Understanding the design changes and translating them to 3D models in CATIA V5. Validating the 3D models for manufacturing feasibility (Injection Molding) Incorporate manufacturing feedback into 3D models as needed.
    5.Developing detail drawings in CATIA V5 for parts and releasing the same for final validation.
    Recruiter Name:Saju Adayapurath
    Address:Aufleger Str 3381735 Munich, Germany 81735
    Email Address:cad@netwalk.de
    Telephone:-176-61003605

Fullstack Developer for Frankfurt, Germany

Skill: Fullstack Developer

Exp : 5+ Years


Work Location : Frankfurt, Germany


Good experince in AngularJS
Good Experince in Java
Very good know-how of web architectures (experiences in software design patterns)
Coaching experiences
GIT and Jenkins
Good communication skills, high motivation and team player
Agile mindset
Scrum experiences (plus)

Note:

  • German Speaking is must .
  • Read ,Write will be added advantage.
  • Visa will be provided by CSSCORP

Recruiter Name: Yuvarraj A K
Company: CSS Corp Pvt Ltd
Telephone: 9940591571
Email : Yuvarraj.Kesavan@csscorp.com

Software Architect for AMM Enterprises GmbH, Germany

    AMM Enterprises GmbH , is a multinational company in Bangalore. AMM is working for its clients in areas like IT Services, Engineering Services, Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing. Our customers are from various Industry segments like Aerospace, Wind Energy, Automation, Marine Engineering, Banking and Finance etc. At AMM, we are working with trust- both internally and externally. If you want to work for a young, dynamic and fast growing team, then Join Us!
    We are happy to welcome you on-board !!!


    We are currently looking for Software architecture – Embedded

    Your Tasks:

    Experience in automotive embedded systems spanning SW/ Firmware development and testing, system integration and functional testing
    Experience in embedded SW architecture & design concepts- Developing SRS, UML, Functional Modeling, System Simulation etc.
    Capability of creating and understanding vehicle level SW systems architecture and design
    Specific knowledge in one or multiple areas out of Audio/DSP, Security, Functional Safety, RTOS, Embedded Linux, Car Network CAN, Flexray, LIN, Ethernet protocol s TCPIP, RPC
    Knowledge of DOORS (req. gathering and analysis), Aspice, ISO 26262 concepts
    Understand all requirement sourced from customer (OEM), vehicle, regulatory, etc. as inputs for developing vehicle level software architecture

    Your Profile

    BE / B Tech/ MCA/ M Tech
    8 – 10 years Embedded Domain
    Motivated, Self-starter and Result oriented
    Ability to work under pressure and challenging conditions
    Excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills
    Ability to work with global team members across cultural boundaries

    We offer:
    You work in a modern and creative work atmosphere
    Trust-based working hours and culture enable a casual interaction with colleagues
    Our flat hierarchy enables freedom and quick decisions

    Are you interested?
    Then apply now as Software architecture – Embedded for Bangalore Location by uploading your documents here or by sending your application to info-india@amm-group.com

    For more information please contact Ms. Roona Ponnappa, Tel: +91 9741816653

HEALTH STRATEGY / POLICY SPECIALIST

IN SUPPORT OF THE SOMALI RED CRESCENT SOCIETY (SRCS)
PURPOSE OF THE FUNCTION
To inform and facilitate the design of the next Somali Red Crescent Society (SRCS) health strategy and develop a project proposal to be submitted to potentially interested donors based on a comprehensive evaluation of the SRCS health program since 2000, of its impact on the health status of the Somali population and its contribution to the developing health sector in Somalia.
RATIONALE OF THE ASSIGNMENT
The current 5-year SRCS health strategy is coming to an end this year, coinciding with a decreasing trend in humanitarian funding and uncertainties related to the end of the Joint Health National Program (JHNP) for the health sector in Somalia, the gradual build-up of health authorities and the launching of the Somalia National Development Plan. These key elements concur to provide the SRCS, its Movement partners as well as institutional donors (both humanitarian and development) with an opportunity to jointly define a more integrated and sustainable health strategy and program, allowing the SRCS to further diversify its activities into other fields which face equal if not greater needs and to focus on where its added value is the greatest as a grassroots organisation.
In support of this process, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) are searching for a consultant, in order to document and analyze the evolution and impact of the SRCS health program since 2000 (Phase 1), facilitate the design the next SRCS health strategy (Phase 2), and come up with a multi-year project proposal to be submitted to potentially interested donors (Phase 3).
RESPONSIBILITIES
· Analyse the impact and relevance of the SRCS health program based on the successive SRCS health strategies since 2000, looking at programmatic issues, structure and systems, strategies, external coordination and linkages with other actors (Phase 1).
· Based on the findings and recommendations from Phase 1, facilitate the development of the next SRCS health strategy, which should contain SMART objectives which can be translated into concrete activities, qualitative and quantitative indicators, detailed outputs and clear outcomes.
· Develop a project proposal to be submitted to potentially interested donors.
DELIVERABLES
· Phase 1 (April 2017 to June 2017):
Submit a report (including annexes) on the stock-taking analysis of SRCS health programs 2000-2016 exercise to inform the design of the new SRCS strategy and propose options/orientations for the future evolution of the program (including exit strategies).
· Phase 2 (July 2017 to September 2017):
Based on the findings and recommendations from Phase 1, finalize SRCS health strategy document ready for submission to the SRCS Executive Committee for endorsement.
· Phase 3 (October 2017 to December 2017):
Develop a project proposal for supporting the SRCS health program, defined in the new health strategy to be submitted to potentially interested donors.
· Requested to provide regular feedback (orally and in writing) throughout the 3 phases.
QUALIFICATIONS
· Medical background in primary health care (nursing or medicine) with at least 10 years of professional experience in the field of public health with proven epidemiological and statistical skills.
· Proven experience related to health sector programming.
PROFILE
· Strong analytical skills and demonstrable experience in producing high quality reports.
· Past experience in designing strategies, project proposals and budget, in managing health programs, and in monitoring and evaluation.
· Strong facilitation skills.
· Knowledge of the Somali context and of the Somali health care system.
· Knowledge of the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement.
· Strongly motivated by humanitarian work.
· Able to work under pressure in a multicultural team, and in complex and unstable security environments.
· Excellent English, verbal and written communication skills.
ASSETS
· Previous working experience(s) within the Red Cross & Red Crescent Movement.
· Previous international humanitarian and/or development experience in low income countries (NGO’s, IO or charity organization).
CONTEXT SPECIFICITIES
· Assignment: 9 months, divided into three consecutive phases.
· The same specialist can be responsible for several phases depending on his/her profile.
· Expected to travel extensively across Somalia (security, logistical and administrative arrangements to be managed by the ICRC) implying restrictions on certain nationalities (list to be provided with the job description).
CONDITIONS
· Nairobi-based with regular travel to Somalia (or vice-versa).
· Administrative requirements and accommodation costs in Nairobi borne by the Consultant.
· Transportation, accommodation and security arrangements when travelling to Somalia catered fully by the ICRC.
· Nairobi-based candidates must hold a valid work permit or be Somali national if based in Somalia.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested and qualified persons with the required experience are invited to submit their application letter, curriculum vitae, examples of relevant reports and references addressed to the Human Resources Manager, ICRC Somalia Delegation, on the email address sok_hrrec_services@icrc.org. The Closing date is 10th March 2017. Please indicate the position title in the subject line of your email message.
NOTE THAT ONLY EMAILED APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED
Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted and canvassing will lead to automaticdisqualification.

Group Internal Auditor

About Us:
Marie Stopes International (MSI) is a global organisation providing personalised contraception services to women and girls. Our local teams of professionals are passionate about the work they do in communities across 37 countries. The services we provide give a woman the power to choose when she has children so that she is free pursue her plans and dreams for herself and her family.
The primary responsibility of this role is to further MSI’s Goal: The Prevention of Unwanted Births and its mission of ensuring the individual’s right to: Children by Choice Not Chance.
MSI has a global internal audit function, providing assurance to the board on its overseas programme delivery and governance. The team currently comprises four field-based internal auditors and the Group Internal Audit Director based in London. The field based auditors are based in locations where MSI has operations; currently two are in Africa, one in India and the other one in Australia. Due to an internal promotion, there is a vacancy in our team based in Africa.
The Role:
Supporting the Director of Internal Audit with the development and delivery of the annual audit plan, you will be expected to plan and undertake fieldwork audits mainly in Africa, but also occasionally overseas as directed by the Director of Internal Audit. You will also be responsible for ensuring that reports are clear and concise and are produced in a timely manner.
This is a challenging, demanding role, but in return, you will be given a lot of independence and flexibility to manage your own schedule. It can also be a training ground for future business leaders – previous holders have gone on to senior leadership roles. Ultimately, this is a mission critical role, ensuring that every pound is spent properly on the mission.
About you
With an extensive financial background, you will preferably be a fully qualified (ACA, ACCA or CIMA) accountant. An auditing qualification would also be very beneficial.
You should be an experienced auditor – you’ll be a one person audit team, so you’ll need to be able to manage your own plan, schedule and reporting. Ideally, you will have had some experience as an internal auditor, but for the right person, we may accept someone straight from practice. You’ll need to enjoy travelling (60-80% of your time) to other countries and meeting new people.
Business level French would be a distinct advantage.
For more information about the role, please view the job framework on our website.
In addition you will be pro-choice on children by choice & not chance
Location: Ideally Nairobi, Kenya, although we will consider other major hubs in Africa.
Closing date: Sunday 12th March 2017 (midnight GMT). Interviews will take place after this date (for shortlisted candidates).
Salary: Depending on location. This is will be a local contract in the local currency.
All nationalities are encouraged to apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

HOW TO APPLY:

Maisha Marketing & Production Senior Manager

Department: Maisha Collective
Reports to : Country Director
Terms: One year renewable
Position Overview:
Heshima Kenya is a non-profit organization based in Nairobi, Kenya and dedicated to identifying, protecting and empowering unaccompanied refugee children and youth; especially adolescent girls, through our specialized shelter, education and advocacy programs. The Maisha Collective, an income generating initiative of our alternative education program, the Girls’ Empowerment Program; serves as an economic springboard by helping program graduates become skilled artisans who design, produce, and market a line of unique hand dyed scarves and other items. The Maisha Marketing and Production Senior Manager is responsible for the overall design, production, Sales and Marketing of Maisha products, supervision and coordination of Maisha Collective team, and entrepreneurial & life skills training for the participants. The Manger will be responsible delivery of the Maisha collective. The position holder will report directly to the Country Director.
Core Responsibilities:
Marketing and Sales Responsibilities:
  • Oversee Marketing and Sales of Maisha Collective Products;
  • Enforce production, marketing, and sales policies and procedures;
  • Achieve marketing and sales operational objectives by developing marketing and sales information and preparing and completing action plans;
  • Implement production and productivity plans;
  • Develop customer-service standards including setting customer order delivery deadlines, resolving problems, identifying market trends, and managing sales;
  • Meet marketing and sales financial objectives by forecasting the annual production requirements;
  • Establish pricing strategies; recommend selling prices; monitor costs, competition, supply, and demand;
  • Gather and analyze customer insight and maintain customer accounts;
  • Ensure all the revenue is collected in time.
Design and production responsibilities
  • Oversee production of the Maisha existing and new products;
  • Lead the production team in product and design development to meet demands and to create a competitive advantage in the global market;
  • Ensure quality products by developing consistent quality control measures;
  • Determine annual and gross-profit plans by forecasting and developing annual sales quotas for regions, projecting expected sales and production volume for existing and new products and markets;
  • Determine and analyze fashion trends and predict expected future results;
  • Adhere to ethical and fair trade production practices;
  • Take production-calculated risks based on data-driven analytics.
Monitoring & Evaluation and inventory
  • Establish, maintain, and manage Maisha Collective Inventory Management System;
  • Establish a production evaluation system to minimize waste and optimize productivity;
  • Communicate job expectations; planning, monitoring, appraising, and reviewing job contributions;
  • Prepare weekly, monthly and quarterly progress reports of Maisha Collective.
Training and capacity building
  • Supervise, coordinate and lead the Maisha Collective team to set program strategic objectives and targets by training, coaching, mentoring, counseling, assigning, scheduling, and disciplining staff under her/his responsibility;
  • Mentor and coach Maisha collective team to ensure optimal productivity in the program
  • Provide guidance, motivate, coach and mentor Maisha Collective artisans to ensure their maximum productivity;
  • Nurture talents, knowledge and identify new skill sets required to enhance the capacity and skill development of Maisha Collective artisans.
Project planning
  • Develop Maisha Collective project description in line with approved Heshima Kenya format;
  • Prepare Maisha collective annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; and initiating corrective actions;
  • Implement a viable production plan to ensure sufficient products for customer and minimize production cost at all times;
  • Ensure all health and safety guidelines are followed.
Leadership and people management
  • Conduct performance appraisals for the Maisha Collective team;
  • Collaborate with sales and sourcing to develop strategic partnership activities and implement the execution framework and strategic plan on identified opportunities;
  • Work with Heshima Kenya managers to implement the organisation policies and goals;
  • Overall coordination of the project and leadership.
Qualifications:
· First degree or Higher Diploma in Fashion Design or Marketing with 3 years of strong experience in marketing and sales / retail
  • Staff management skills highly required
  • Skilled in inventory establishment, maintenance, and management
  • Good communication and customer relation skills
  • Skills in product sales promotions and marketing, pricing
  • Strong background and work experience in business management.
  • At least a Diploma in business administration or other business-related field.
  • Entrepreneurial skills and entrepreneurial mindset is a must.
  • Should have financial management skills in order to assist Heshima Kenya Finance department with financial management, planning, systems, and controls of Maisha Collective.
  • Minimum of 3 years working in fashion production, including leading or assisting with designing and implementing projects.
  • Proficient tailoring and tie & dye skills a must.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Excellent reporting and organizational skills
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Excel; knowledge of design software and Photoshop a plus
  • Must have strong organizational and creative skills and is sensitive to the needs and potential of adolescent refugee girls.
  • Ability to meet short deadlines and flexible to extent working hours to meet customer orders
  • Demonstrated flexibility to adapt to changing requirements and client needs.
  • Previous experience or knowledge of working with international clients and global market.

HOW TO APPLY:
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Qualified and serious applicants should send their application to the address below indicating the position applied in the email subject by close of business Friday 10th March 2017. It should include a cover letter & a detailed CV (as one document in PDF format) with your contact details, details of current and expected remuneration, names and contacts of three referees.
Please note that we do not charge fees for receiving or processing job applications. Heshima Kenya is an equal opportunity employer.
NB. All applications should only be send through the email.
Heshima Kenya
P.O Box 63192 – 00619 Nairobi Kenya
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Journalist

WE Charity Opportunity
Position: Track Your Impact Content Creator / Journalist
Location: Based in Narok County
We are looking for a talented story teller with strong writing skills to join our team in Kenya to capture the stories of impact that take place in the communities where WE Villages works.
This role involves gathering content from the communities we work with in Narok County to produce quality online print and video blogs, and assist with reporting needs for our flagship development model WE Villages. The position involves project management, interviewing, writing for web, writing for video, filming, and photography, comfort being on camera, and the ability and sensitivity to draw out meaningful stories from the communities we work with and tell them in an engaging way.
This position is best suited to a journalist with experience and interest in development work and working with marginalized communities.
The ideal candidate will have strong writing abilities, impeccable research and interview skills and a firm understanding of journalistic practices. The candidate will be well informed on issues affecting the local populations of Narok country (particularly the Kipsigis and Maasai), have a passion for social change, and a desire to tell the stories of the communities we work with in those areas.
The candidate will have a willingness to be coached and a desire to develop stronger skills.
Qualifications:
· Experience in journalism and story collection
· Background, education and/or in-depth experience with writing for web, a newspaper or related experience
· Minimum three (3) years of writing experience — samples required
· Strong organizational and communication skills
· Able to meet demanding deadlines, producing high quality work and project a positive attitude
· Willing to be a dedicated member of the team with a positive and flexible attitude

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your CV to infokenya@we.org by 24th March 2017.
WE empowers international change. WE makes this change through our holistic, sustainable international development model, WE Villages.
Check out more details on www.we.org

Senior Grant Manager : emergency draught and hunger crisis

Starting date : ASAP
Duration: 1 month renewable as soon as donor contracts are secured
Base: Nairobi with field visits
Context:
The lives of about 20 millions of people are threatened by famine in the Horn of Africa, in the next 6 months. Indeed, while all food security and nutrition indicators (FSNAU, 02/2017) reveal that 6.2 million are in need of an urgent humanitarian assistance today, the projections for the upcoming year are profoundly alarming.
For the first time in decades, four countries have simultaneously alerted on the upcoming disaster, calling for help. Indeed, Yemen, Nigeria, Somalia and South Sudan have voiced their need of food assistance earlier this month, exposing the dreadful rates of pre-famine of their respective countries.
But the entire region is waving a red flag, with a particular warry concerning Somalia and northern and coastal Kenya regions, which have witnessed the highest deficit of rainfalls in 2016.
Not only is it the third consecutive year of drought in the region, with a population suffering from very low harvesting stocks and food shortages, but the lack of rain has also impacted on water resources and has severely reduced the availability of water for human and livestock consumption.
Repeated cycles of climatic shocks, ongoing armed conflicts and insufficient recovery periods in the Horn of Africa have exhausted people’s capacity to cope with shock. Time is running out and help is needed now.
To support our coordination team in Nairobi preparing to address these profoundly alarming issues, we are looking for :
A Senior Grants Manager in charge of supporting the mission seek funding and develop project proposals addressing emergency and long term needs of populations affected by the drought.
The Senior Grants Manager will:
  • Support the mission in seeking funds to implement the mission’s drought response strategy
  • Support the mission in ensuring communication with current and potential donors through regular updates on the impact of the drought on target populations and SI’s actions
  • Lead and coordinate the development of project proposals in response to the drought
  • Lead and coordinate reporting activities according to donor guidelines

Wash Coordinator : emergency draught and hunger crisis

Starting date : ASAP
Duration: 1 month renewable as soon as donor contracts are secured
Base: Nairobi with field visits
Context:
The lives of about 20 millions of people are threatened by famine in the Horn of Africa, in the next 6 months. Indeed, while all food security and nutrition indicators (FSNAU, 02/2017) reveal that 6.2 million are in need of an urgent humanitarian assistance today, the projections for the upcoming year are profoundly alarming.
For the first time in decades, four countries have simultaneously alerted on the upcoming disaster, calling for help. Indeed, Yemen, Nigeria, Somalia and South Sudan have voiced their need of food assistance earlier this month, exposing the dreadful rates of pre-famine of their respective countries.
But the entire region is waving a red flag, with a particular warry concerning Somalia and northern and coastal Kenya regions, which have witnessed the highest deficit of rainfalls in 2016.
Not only is it the third consecutive year of drought in the region, with a population suffering from very low harvesting stocks and food shortages, but the lack of rain has also impacted on water resources and has severely reduced the availability of water for human and livestock consumption.
Repeated cycles of climatic shocks, ongoing armed conflicts and insufficient recovery periods in the Horn of Africa have exhausted people’s capacity to cope with shock. Time is running out and help is needed now.
To support our coordination team in Nairobi preparing to address these profoundly alarming issues, we are looking for : … (paragraphe à faire pour wash coordinator enjeux principaux missions principals et profil recherché, pareil paragraphe pour senior grants manager)
A WASH Coordinator in charge of supporting the mission design new WASH programs which will help address emergency and long term needs of populations affected by the drought.
The WASH Coordinator will:
  • Contribute to the mission’s operational strategy in response to the drought in collaboration with technical coordinators in charge of other sectors
  • Design WASH interventions based on sound field assessments and data from Kenya and Somalia
  • Participate in humanitarian coordination meetings in order to contribute to a harmonized and coordinated response to the drought
  • Provide technical support to the field teams to ensure the quality of ongoing programs

Hospitality Operations Director

WE is seeking an experienced full-time Hospitality Operations Director to join our team in East Africa. The Director will work with the in-country team, to provide strategic Operations leadership and expertise that ensures effective and efficient operations for WE.
The position is based in Nairobi, Kenya with frequent travel to the Mara region in Kenya, as well as Tanzania.
The person MUST have five years minimum experiences working in camps set up.
Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Day to day management of camps to ensure efficiency
  • Providing leadership on all administrative issues touching on management of staff, resources, procurement and logistics are well coordinated and managed.
  • Ensuring that the SOP’s are being followed and put into proper use by the Liaison Directors, Managers and Coordinators
  • Mentoring the operations team in their assigned roles and ensure proper strategy is put in place.
  • Attending periodical meetings with all Directors and Managers to ensure smooth flow of operations and to provide advice and information to management and employees on best practices for the proper management of operations.
  • Improve the operational systems, processes and policies, specifically, support better management reporting, information flow to all parties.
  • Manage and increase the effectiveness and efficiency in operations through improvements to each function as well as coordination and communication.
  • Play a significant role in long-term planning, including an initiative geared towards operational excellence.
  • Accountable for the planning and execution of all vehicle movements of guests and team members for both countries.
  • Oversee Logistics, fleet management including repair and maintenance.
  • Planning and organizing on the day to day management of all camps
  • Recruiting, training and mentorship to the staff;
  • Preparing and managing quarterly budgets and financial plans and controlling expenditure; maintaining statistical and financial records for operations department.
  • Dealing with guests complaints and comments;
  • Supervising maintenance, supplies, renovations and furnishings; carrying out inspections of property and services;
  • Dealing with contractors and suppliers to ensure quality and efficiency in all the different departments;
  • Ensuring security of all premises and that we have the relevant equipments, trained staff to handle any security issues.
  • Ensuring compliance with licensing laws on health and safety, fire and safety. This includes organising trainings for fire marshals and fire drills.

HOW TO APPLY:
We will consider applications on a rolling basis and would like the right person to join us as soon as possible. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Please send in your Cv only and indicate your current salary to infokenya@we.org by 24th March 2017. For more details on the Organization visit; http//: we.org