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Kenya: Project Manager – Fall Armyworm R&D Portfolio

Organization: International Maize and Wheat Improvement
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 31 Jul 2018

CIMMYT is seeking a dynamic, self-motivated, innovative, and results-oriented candidate for the position of Project Manager – Fall Armyworm Portfolio. The selected candidate will work as a member of CIMMYT’s Global Maize Program (GMP). The main role of this position shall be to effectively manage and implement, in a timely manner, Fall Armyworm (FAW) projects/initiatives led and implemented by CIMMYT in sub-Saharan Africa, based on an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) strategy, in close collaboration with international research centers, national partners, and development partners.

The position will be based at CIMMYT’s regional office in Nairobi, Kenya.

Specific duties:

  • Day-to-day management of CIMMYT’s projects on FAW, in close collaboration with international and national research and development partners.
  • Coordinate development of detailed, high-quality work plans and results frameworks for the projects in the assigned portfolio, and facilitate their implementation in the target countries/geographies while maintaining compliance with the agreed scope, time, and budget for each project.
  • Participate in the monitoring, evaluation, and reporting of progress made towards achieving project targets, objectives and outcomes.
  • Establish and maintain strong linkages between partner institutions and effectively manage stakeholder expectations, while ensuring clarity about roles and responsibilities among institutions and project team members.
  • Ensure timely preparation and submission of high quality, consolidated technical and financial reports for projects/initiatives in the assigned portfolio.
  • Clearly communicate the activities, results, outcomes, and impacts of the project(s) in meetings with the funding agencies and other stakeholders.
  • Provide support to relevant public and private sector partners in the target geographies and ensure that they are fully and actively engaged.
  • In close collaboration with internal and external partners, develop and submit high-quality project proposals on FAW management in Africa.
  • Carry out any other duties as may be assigned by the Program Director/Supervisor to effectively tackle the challenge of FAW to the food security and livelihoods in Africa.

Required academic qualifications, skills and attitudes:

  • PhD in entomology, crop protection or a closely related field under IPM.
  • At least 10 years of professional work experience in IPM in the cropping systems.
  • At least 3 years of demonstrated experience in project management, and familiarity with standard project management principles, tools and techniques.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.
  • Demonstrated ability to write, publish, and disseminate technical reports, success stories, and promotional materials.
  • Experience in proposal development including successful track-record of resource mobilization.
  • Experience in implementing, monitoring, technical and financial reporting for donor-funded R&D projects.
  • Demonstrated experience in efficient management of financial resources.
  • In close collaboration with internal and external partners, develop and submit high-quality project proposals on FAW management in Africa.
  • Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional, and multi-cultural environment.
  • The selected candidate must exhibit the following competencies: Pro-activity, Problem Solving, Decision-making, Achievement Orientation and Teamwork.
  • Desired qualifications:
    • Formal training and/or certification in Project Management (e.g., PMP, PRINCE2, PMD Pro, etc.)
    • Good working knowledge of French.
    • Experience of establishing and maintaining partnerships with various stakeholders.
    • Experience of facilitating and organizing multi-stakeholder workshops.
    • Ability to deal with high workload and to work under pressure.

The position is for an initial fixed-term for three (3) years, after which further employment is subject to performance and the continued availability of funds. CIMMYT’s internationally competitive salary and benefits include housing allowance, car, comprehensive health and life insurance, assistance for children’s education, paid vacation, annual airfare, contribution to a retirement plan, and generous assistance with relocation shipment.

How to apply:

Candidates must apply here for IRS18121 Project Manager – Fall Armyworm R&D Portfolio. Screening and follow up will begin on Wednesday, 16 May 2018. Applications must include a CV and a letter of interest. Incomplete applications will not be taken into consideration. For further information on the selection process, please contact Yessica Castillo, at y.castillo@cgiar.org. For further technical details about the position, please contact:
Dr. B.M. Prasanna, Director, Global Maize Program CIMMYT & CGIAR Research Program MAIZE at b.m.prasanna@cgiar.org
Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
This position will remain open until filled.

CIMMYT is an equal opportunity employer. It fosters a multicultural work environment that values gender equality, teamwork, and respect for diversity. Women are encouraged to apply.

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Reference Number:
IRS18121

Type of contract:
International

Location:
Nairobi, Kenya

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Kenya: Finance Assistant – part-time 18.75 hours per week

Organization: Saferworld
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 22 Apr 2018

Background

Two Kenyan community-based organisations Ghetto Foundation (GF) and Mathare Social Justice Centre (MSJC) have linked up with two international organisations, Peace Brigades International (PBI) and Saferworld (SW), to carry out a project funded by the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) which is planned for a total duration of 24 months.

This consortium project addresses extra-judicial killings (EJKs) and aims to increase respect of (inter)national Human Rights (HR) standards by law enforcement agencies through strengthening the capacities of the two stakeholder groups – grassroots human rights defenders (GHRDs) and the police. The two bodies are the first line of support for victims and their relatives. The consortium aims to strengthen the capacities of these two stakeholder groups to prevent EJKs and other human rights violations as well as contribute to their investigation, prosecution and sanctioning. The activities as outlined in the project include among others; documentation of human rights abuses, capacity building sessions for the various stakeholder groups (including training of police officers and GHRDs), community dialogues and creating spaces for mutual understanding and advocacy with regards to SDG 16. The specific geographical scope of this action will be: Mathare, Kamukunji and Embakasi North constituencies in Nairobi County.

Job Purpose:

To manage finances for all activities and expenses related to this EU project, and to compile, consolidate and present the interim and final financial reporting for the entire consortium to the Project Manager. Additionally, the Project Finance Assistant is responsible for keeping track of relevant financial deadlines and for ensuring adherence to EU guidelines and regulations with regards to financial reporting.

Duties:

Financial Monitoring & Reporting

  • Comply with EU guidelines and obligations related to financial reporting and ensure adherence with the entire scope of the project.
  • Monitor the budget and coordinate with the Project Manager to ensure all activities and expenditure fall within the appropriate budget lines.
  • Ensure partners are aware and adhere to the financial guidelines for the various reporting cycles. Provide training where needed and provide continuous assistance with the use of evaluation tools for the project.
  • Collect relevant information for financial reporting to the donor – in close collaboration with Finance Officers, the Coordinators and Project Manager.
  • Consolidate and produce all financial reports to the EU, based on the required reporting cycle and keep track of the relevant deadlines and guidelines.

Finance and Grant Management

  • Manage cash flow and reconciliations.
  • Monitor bank accounts to ensure funds are available when needed and prepare monthly reconciliations.
  • Monitor expenditure by the approved budgets and budget lines.
  • Ensure all activity expenditure is within the appropriate budget allocations.

· Lead in ensuring timely and accurate project budgeting and project forecasting.

· Monitor project budget and expenditure monthly to ensure optimum utilisation of funds and highlight any concerns promptly to the Project Manager, Steering Committee and/or individual consortium members for prompt rectification.

· Work with partners to ensure timely preparation of expenditure requests and account for project expenditure in line with financial procedures.

  • Prepare payments and settlements ensuring they are supported by appropriate documentary evidence.

· Working with the Project Manager, ensure that consortium staff comply with EU financial management policies through proper induction and close follow-up with each partner on processes.

  • Working with the Project Manager, keep track of relevant financial deadlines and for ensuring adherence to EU guidelines and regulations with regards to financial reporting.

Financial Record Keeping and Reporting

  • Keep records and undertake data capture for income and expenditure.

  • Maintain computerised accounting records in the financial system.

  • Maintain files to audit standards.

  • Maintain proper debtors and creditors statements and schedules.

  • Support in preparation of donor financial reports.

  • Support production of monthly and quarterly financial statements.

  • Assist during audits (internal or external)

  • Communication with the donor and production of relevant written requests or justifications in case of adjustments to budget or other changes within the project implementation cycle.

  • Filing statutory monthly returns and deductions.

Partner Support

  • Monitor partner expenses, review their financial documents monthly and upload to QuickBooks.
  • Support partner finance staff through capacity building and donor financial regulations and compliance.

  • Act as point of contact for financial queries, requests and deliverables from partner organisations.

  • Act as link between partner organizations and PBI

  • Filing statutory monthly returns and deductions.

  • Participate in calls and meetings with partners and provide input, when necessary.

PERSON SPECIFICATION

Knowledge:

· University degree in accounting, finance, business or related subject

· Professional accounting qualification – CPA or ACCA

· Financial management and accounting best practice preferably in an international and multi-currency setting

· Knowledge of and commitment to upholding human rights standards is desirable

· Knowledge of the human rights context in the urban settlements of Nairobi is desirable

Experience:

· Three years of relevant work experience working for an NGO

· Experience with financial reporting for EU grants

· Experience with budgeting and financial reporting for large-scale donors

· Proven experience in performing operations of a busy finance department

· Consensus decision-making experience is desirable

· Experience in working with people from diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds

Skills:

· Ability to collate and summarise large amounts of data

· Excellent attention to detail for language and reviewing budgets

· Ability to work within a multi-cultural office environment and consortium structure

· Ability to function in stressful environments and perform under time pressure

· Ability to keep strict standards of confidentiality and security

· Proficiency with QuickBooks software will be an added advantage.

· Proficient with MS office, especially advanced excel and able to deal with complicated worksheets.

· Team player with excellent interpersonal skills.

· Excellent communications skills – written and spoken in English and Swahili.

· Ability to work independently with minimum supervision.

· Excellent organisational and time management skills

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Salary: A competitive INGO salary

Probation: There will be a probationary period of three months

Leave entitlement: 28 days per year Jan – Dec (14 days pro rata) in addition to relevant public holidays

Medical and life insurance

Pension: Contributory scheme

How to apply:

To apply: Please complete a Saferworld application form (www.saferworld.org.uk/jobs/jobs) and email to Marie Aziz at jobs@saferworld.org.uk (please use subject heading: Ref: KENFA)

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted*The Consortium values diversity and has a strong commitment to equality of opportunity. All applicants will be treated on equal terms, without discrimination on any grounds, and especially for reasons of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or physical disability. This position is based in Nairobi, Kenya. Before appointment the successful candidate must provide proof of eligibility to work in Kenya.*

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Banking Jobs in Kenya – KCB

Senior Relationship Manager, Transport & Telecommunication


Reporting to the Head, Transport & Telecommunication, the position will be the principal contact between the designated portfolio of the Sector’s Corporate Customers and the Bank in order to drive business, manage Sector profitability growth and maximize revenue. This position will involve the management of Client relationships to deliver products and services.

Responsibilities 

·         Implement the Transport & Telecommunication Sector strategy in line with the overall Corporate Banking Strategy to ensure achievement of profitability targets through revenue maximization and prudent cost management.

·         Drive sustainable growth through the delivery of innovative and customized financial solutions to meet identified customer needs.

·         Build and maintain productive and strategic relations with customers/ suppliers/ line manager/ stakeholders to drive the development and delivery of business solutions and revenue growth for the specific sectors or portfolio.

·         Ensure strong cross- selling of existing and new products to existing and new clients; and in this process maintain effective liaison with all relevant business units in the Bank.

·         Champion the delivery of consistent, seamless and trusted customer service to ensure customer retention and loyalty.

·         Maintain detailed and current understanding of the industry (at a macro, sector specific, current market structures; regulatory requirements and issues) ensuring that opportunities are realized and the risks mitigated.

·         Ensure timely submission of quality credit proposals in conformity with the Credit Policy guidelines and requirements.

·         Maintain the quality of assigned portfolio within stipulated Non-Performing Loans (NPL) and Portfolio at Risk (PAR) parameters.

·         Ensure timely preparation of relevant reports and daily monitoring of accounts to ensure facilities have accurate interest rates within approved limits and taking remedial actions, in line with Policy.

·         Ensure compliance to the Bank’s policies, procedures and regulatory requirements.

·         Lead, motivate, and continuously develop a credible high performing team.

Qualifications

·         University degree in a Business related field from an institution recognized by the Commission for Higher Education. Master’s degree in Finance or any Business related field will be an added advantage.

·         Professional qualification in CPA, ACCA, CFA or AKIB will be an added advantage

·         Minimum of 8 years Corporate Banking experience of which one must have had 5 years experience covering:

1.   Relationship Management / Customer Service

2.   Financial Analysis and Business Performance Management

3.   Product Development and Portfolio Management

4.   Asset Based Financing

5.   Credit Management

6.   Trade Finance

7.   Transactional Banking and Product Services

·         Minimum of 3 years experience in Project Management

·         Demonstrated consistent high performance in role(s) held in the last three years.

·         Thorough knowledge of Corporate Banking Products & Services with extensive Banking Industry knowledge.

·         Excellent interpersonal, and negotiation skills with the ability to network, generate new business and develop strong business relations.

·         Strong leadership skills with demonstrated competences in championing high performance management.

·         A good understanding of Risk, Compliance policies and procedures.

Head of Institutional Banking

Reporting to the Director, Corporate Banking, the position will be responsible for the strategic leadership and management of the Institutional Banking Unit profitability and business growth whilst maintaining high level of customer satisfaction. The position will primarily drive the liability side of the business.

The position shall be responsible for deposit mobilization from the Corporate and Institutional Banking customer base, Government Bodies, International organizations, Financial Institutions and Non-Banking Financial Institutions.

Responsibilities 

·         To implement the Institutional Banking strategy in line with the overall Corporate Banking Strategy to ensure achievement of profitability targets through revenue maximization and prudent cost management.

·         Drive sustainable growth of the Liability business through the delivery of innovative and customized solutions to meet the specific requirements of customers and prospects.

·         To build and maintain productive and strategic relations/partnerships with Customers/Government/ Suppliers/ Treasury/ Sector Heads/ Relationship Managers/ other Stakeholders to drive the development and delivery of Liability business solutions and revenue growth for the specific sectors or portfolio.

·         Ensure strong cross- selling of existing and new products to existing and new clients; and in this process, maintain effective liaison with all relevant Business Units in the Bank.

·         Champion the delivery of consistent, seamless and trusted customer service to ensure customer retention and loyalty.

·         Provide input required to the Asset and Liability Management Committee and actively ensure adherence to guidelines.

·         Manage a relationship team to deliver on the Unit’s financial and performance targets.

·         Maintain a detailed and current understanding of the industry; (at a macro, sector specific, current market structures; regulatory requirements and issues) ensuring that opportunities are realized and the risks mitigated.

·         Ensure timely submission of quality Credit proposals in conformity with the Credit Policy guidelines and requirements.

·         Ensure timely preparation of relevant reports and daily monitoring of accounts to ensure facilities have accurate interest rates within the approved limits, and taking remedial actions in line with Policy.

·         Ensure compliance to the Bank’s policies, procedures and regulatory requirements.

·         Lead, motivate, and continuously develop a credible high performing Institutional Banking team.

Qualifications

·         University degree in a Business related field from an institution recognized by the Commission for Higher Education. Master’s degree in Finance or any Business related field will be an added advantage.

·         Professional qualification in CPA, ACCA, CFA or AKIB will be an added advantage

·         Minimum of 8 years general Banking experience of which one must have had 6 years’ experience in a Senior Management position within Institutional Banking covering:

1.   Relationship Management / Customer Service

2.   Financial Analysis and Business Performance Management

3.   Product Development and Portfolio Management

4.   Credit Management,

5.   Transactional Banking and Product Services

·         Minimum of 4 years’ experience in Project Management

·         Demonstrated consistent high performance in role(s) held in the last three years.

·         Thorough knowledge of Corporate Banking Products & Services with extensive Banking Industry knowledge.

·         Excellent interpersonal, and negotiation skills with the ability to network, generate new business and develop strong business relations.

·         Strong leadership skills with demonstrated competences in championing high performance management.

·         A good understanding of Risk, Compliance policies and procedures.

The above positions are demanding roles for which the Bank will provide a competitive remuneration package to the successful candidates.

Digital Channels Manager

Reporting to the Senior Manager, Digital Channels, the primary role of the Digital Channels Manager is to lead and coordinate the banks mobile and other emerging channels initiatives.

The manager must demonstrate a strong understanding of and high regard for the Digital channels mobile and other emerging channels as a business delivery channel for the Bank’s corporate and retail customers as well as for online merchant services.

The position requires someone with experience and expertise in mobile and internet based financial systems technologies as well as SMS and USSD connectivity. The person should have a good grasp of emerging channel technologies and applications and convergence of mobile and internet channels

Responsibilities 

·         Provide technical support for existing mobile and implementation of related projects.

·         Keep track of user issues and oversee their prompt resolution.

·         Following established change management practices by ensuring that they are well tested and are rolled out in a manner that adheres to established business processes.

·         Continuously analyze user requirements to develop and provide solutions

·         Routine system administration and management

·         Maintain up to date system and user documentation

·         Ensure compliance of SLAs by system vendors.

·         Develop real time online reports and monitoring tools to be able to track internet / mobile banking and internet acquiring system uptime and performance.

·         Continual Service Improvement by recommending and implementing upgrades or changes to the mobile & internet solutions for increased performance, security or business benefits.

·         Develop subject matter expert knowledge of Mobile, eCommerce and other payment banking technologies.

·         Develop Business Continuity plans for both mobile channel solutions.

·         Support Channel space with Network connectivity design

Qualifications

·         A Bachelor’s degree in IT related field.

·         Professional IT qualifications in one or more of the following: ITIL, Linux, Prince2, programming, DB Administration.

·         A minimum of 4 years’ experience in a relevant IT field; including at least 3 years experience in support of Mobile, Internet and agency banking technologies.

·         Knowledge of IT Banking Systems Implementation & Capabilities.

·         Knowledge of Database management systems, solutions and administration.

·         Knowledge of networking technologies and solutions will be an added advantage

·         A good grasp of emerging channel technologies and applications and convergence of mobile and internet channels.

Project Budget Analyst

MobiGrow is a partnership Program between the KCB Group and the MasterCard Foundation (MCF). It is an innovative 5 Year program targeting Smallholder Farmers (SHFs), Pastoralists, Farmers Producer Organizations (FPOs), Agro dealers, Processors, Off takers and any actors in the various Agricultural Value Chains in Kenya and Rwanda. The principal objective of the project is to enhance financial inclusion and improved livelihood status of the agricultural community

Reporting to the Finance Manager, the jobholder will support MobiGrow Program at Country and Regional levels in Financial planning, Budgetary control, Cost Control and reporting. Monitor Spend by Country/Program level highlighting areas that need attention, ensuring budget spend by each funder (Partner MCF and KCB) is accurate and producing relevant timely and accurate financial reports.

Responsibilities 

·         Costs Control: provide leadership for budget preparation, formulation, presentation and execution as per proposal while entailing direct funding as well as in kind funding.

·         Grant/ Fund Management: financial oversight of the successful implementation of the Fund/Grant ensuring partner compliance, contractual obligations and accurate and quality financial reporting.

·         Budgetary Formulation: work with the Program Team in preparation of yearly budget realignments/revisions.

·         Consolidate the quarterly, midterm and annual country and program budgets as per requirements of the Program.

·         Work with Program Managers and Head of the program to evaluate the performance of the Program.

·         Reporting: generate Ad-hoc reports for overview of the financial status of Program as a whole, showing spend to date, variances hence advising Program Managers on correct course of action.

·         Internal Audit Support: work in collaboration with Finance and Administration Manager to monitor and review accounting and related system reports for accuracy and completeness; report to the Program managers accordingly providing an overview of the financial status of all program operations.

Qualifications

·         University Degree in a Business related field from a University recognized by Commission for Higher Education.  Masters in a relevant field will be an added advantage.

·         Fully qualified Accountant (CPA, ACCA, ACA or equivalent).

·         At least 4 years experience in Financial Management, Planning and Reporting.

·         At least 3 years experience in managing Donor / Partner Funded budgets; preferably the MasterCard Foundation Program budget will be an added advantage.

·         Sound knowledge of the financial industry, Accounting principles and regulatory guidelines.

·         Excellent planning, problem solving and analytical skills.

·         Strong attention to detail; excellent report writing skills.

·         Knowledge and hands on experience in office automation tools.

How to Apply

To be considered your application must be received by Wednesday, 28th March, 2018

Qualified candidates with disability are encouraged to apply.

Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

NB: In the event that you are invited to interview for any positions, we will require that you provide us with the following documents:

·         National I.D.

·         KRA Pin Card

·         Birth Certificate of self

·         Passport Photo (White Background)

·         NSSF Card

·         NHIF Card

·         Police Clearance Certificate (less than 5 Months old)

·         Academic and Professional certificates, including official transcripts

·         Certificates of Service from previous employers as applicable

Kenya: Project Officer – Enterprise Development

Organization: Practical Action
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 22 Mar 2018

Practical Action is an international non-governmental organisation (INGO) with 50 years of expertise in Africa, Asia and Latin America. We have a strong heritage and track record of bringing communities and experts together to find practical, sustainable solutions which work for both people and the planet; solutions that enable people to meet their needs and lead dignified lives. Technology features in everything we do. We partner with people whose lives are transformed by these efforts and ensure local ownership and solutions that work in the longer term, without us.

Practical Action Eastern Africa is looking for a qualified individual to fill the post of Project Officer – Enterprise Development with the overall responsibility of providing technical support in business development support services (BDS) to programme planning and implementation of project activities within the universal access to energy goal area.

The Project Officer – Enterprise Development, will have the following accountabilities:

1. Enterprise Development and Mentorship Support 40%

  • Mobilize women energy entrepreneurs along the ICS, briquettes and solar value chains and assess their suitability to be engaged by the project using criteria set by the project team;
  • Carry out ICS, solar and briquette SME value chain analysis and market/needs assessments using market mapping and other tools to advise formulation of county specific market development strategies for women energy entrepreneurs;
  • Take lead in carrying out needs assessment, adapting and developing customized training curricular based on existing modules, together with the project team
  • Organize and facilitate BDS support and training for women energy entrepreneurs in Improved Cook Stoves (ICS), fuel briquettes and solar, including business plans development, business records, product pricing, product promotion, market development etc.;
  • Provide BDS support to women entrepreneurs in the 3 value chains to ensure profitability and sustainability of the enterprises;
  • Advise and guide the project and the enterprises in business performance monitoring and management systems/tools and in collection of key entrepreneur performance data;
  • Support recruitment, training, supervision and monitoring of BDS Mentors as part of entrepreneur support, including review of Mentor costed work plans and reports.

2. Access to Finance 20%

  • Facilitate support to the women energy enterprises to access affordable loan products from both formal and non-formal financing institutions to grow their enterprises, including negotiation with institutions managing public funds and supporting formation and effective management of the Village Savings and Loans Associations (VSLAs). In addition, support women entrepreneurs to prepare bankable business plans, and link them with the financing sources;
  • Work closely with Local Fund Administrators to ensure assessment, capacity building of VSLAs for capital injection as well as reporting on their performance.

3. Market Development 15%

  • Gather market intelligence to inform and support the WEEK programme. This includes understanding of new products, business models and financing arrangements
  • Facilitate linkages between women entrepreneurs and technology providers to build the energy supply chain
  • Participate in the development of education and awareness materials targeting both end-users and entrepreneurs, and work with the project team to identify opportunities, organize promotional events/activities to create demand for ICS, solar and briquettes as alternative lighting and cooking technologies and fuel, in order to open up markets for the entrepreneurs;
  • Work with BDS and Technology Mentors to organize and facilitate networking and information sharing sessions for the women energy entrepreneurs supported by the project.

4. Advocacy and influence 5%

  • Work with the gender and energy advocacy team to synergise learning from the WEEK project implementation to support advocacy work and to ensure women energy entrepreneurs are supported and their businesses profiled/documented for WE awareness and influencing
  • Engage with other organizations to inspire them to adopt PA WEE approaches.

5. Monitoring, Evaluation and Documentation 10%

  • Participate in routine monitoring and evaluation of project activities in liaison with the M&E specialist.
  • Take lead in guiding, monitoring, and quality control of field implementation of BDS activities by the project Mentors and implementation partners
  • Take lead in ensuring relevant data is captured, packaged and analysed for project management and reporting
  • Support documentation of project achievements including case studies.

6. Programme development 5%

  • Identify opportunities and develop project ideas based on gaps identified in the field for further development to raise funds for appropriate interventions in energy
  • Participate in developing and reviewing relevant project documents as need arises together with other programme staff

7. Financial management and reporting 5%

  • Responsible for preparing costed work plans and ensuring effective use of project resources in the field
  • Prepare project budgets and assist line manager in costing project activities.
  • Collating entrepreneur key performance indicators and preparing project implementation/ progress reports and annual reviews as needed
  • Prepare accurate and timely project reports

Qualifications and Experience

The prospective candidates should possess:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Business Development or related development discipline.
  • A post graduate diploma/diploma in Monitoring & Evaluation, Project management, Community Development or related field will be an added advantage.
  • Minimum five years’ working experience in similar or related position.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills with the ability to interact with all levels from micro and small enterprises, partners, management and staff, and work independently.
  • Strong public speaking skills necessary to conduct group presentations, handle public relations, and present a professional image.
  • Sales/marketing knowledge and experience in financial operations management and training.

How to apply:

If you are ready for an exciting challenge with an organisation whose mission and values are particularly relevant in these rapidly changing times, please forward your application, curriculum vitae and cover letter to: Practical Action, Eastern Africa Regional Office by email: recruitment@practicalaction.or.ke no later than 22nd March 2018 indicating the ‘Job Title’ in the subject line of the email. Your cover letter should outline why you feel this is the position for you and you are the right candidate. Please include the names and contact details of 3 referees in your CV.

For a detailed job description visit: https://practicalaction.org/project-officer-bds

Practical Action is an equal opportunity employer; qualified women are encouraged to apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Kenya: Terms of Reference Conflict Sensitive Assessment, Kalobeyei, Turkana

Organization: Danish Refugee Council
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 15 Mar 2018

BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT
DDG is a unit within the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) specialising in Armed Violence Reduction (AVR) and Humanitarian Mine Action. DDG was established in 1998 and has been operational in East Africa since 1999. The focus of DDG’s work in the region is on AVR, including community-driven approaches to improving public security provision and conflict management, analysis, and sensitivity. DDG has been working in Kenya since 2010. DRC works in both the Kakuma refugee camps and the Kalobeyei settlement in the areas of protection and livelihoods. The Conflict management in a fragile humanitarian context project seeks to improve community relations and security in Kalobeyei and the surrounding areas in order to contribute to more effective assistance and social and economic integration for both refugees and host communities.

PURPOSE
The purpose of the consultancy is to conduct the field research for a Conflict Sensitive Assessment (CSA) in the Kalobeyei settlement area. The CSA will identify key safety and conflict issues for both the refugee and host communities, factors which undermine or strengthen the relationship between the communities, and whether assistance and services provided in Kalobeyei are conflict sensitive. The CSA will help shape the project’s activities and policy discussions with key stakeholders.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
Scope of consultancy

  • The consultancy will focus on the field research and data collection for the CSA. This will include at least 10 days field work to conduct the primary research with support from the DRC/DDG team.
  • Key tasks
  • Develop the CSA methodology appropriate for the Kalobeyei context
  • Conduct primary field research, including engagement with communities, implementing agencies and other key stakeholders
  • Compile and analyze field research information and data in a clear manner and format

Methodology

  • The methodology must include participatory assessments with both the host and the refugee communities, actor mapping of agencies delivering assistance and services in Kalobeyei, and key informant interviews with stakeholders. Gender inclusion and participation of marginalized groups will be emphasized. Care will be taken to ensure that the different stakeholders are free to express their views without interference or concerns of reprisals.
  • Key deliverables/outputs
  • Finalized methodology for CSA, adapted to the Kalobeyei context, including a workplan
  • Collect, review and compile all raw information and data from research, as outlined in the finalized CSA methodology
  • Synthesis report on the findings of the CSA research

DRC’S RESPONSIBILITIES
DRC/DDG will:

  • Cover and arrange the consultant’s travel and accommodation to and in the field
  • Provide ongoing security advice and support as necessary for travel to field sites
  • Faciitate engagement with key stakeholders
  • Provide all necessary project documents

REPORTING ARRANGEMENTS
The consultant will report to the DDG Country Manager. The focal point for coordination and liaison will be the Turkana DDG Project Coordinator.

DURATION OF ASSIGNMENT

  • A minimum of 10 days will be spent in the field conducting the research. Additional days will be allowed of the information and data to be complied.
  • The field research will start as soon as possible, with the final data and synthesis report submitted to DRC/DDG by 31st March.

EXPECTED PROFILE OF CONSULTANT

  • Excellent understanding of conflict issues and community security
  • Strong and proven research skills and experience
  • Strong understanding of the Kakuma/Kalobeyei context or other similar refugee settings
  • Willingness and ability to travel to Kakuma
  • Good communication skills, including report writing in English

TERMS & CONDITIONS

  • The consultant must abide by all of DRC/DDG’s standard procedures, including the Code of Conduct and confidentiality policies. All data and information collected, and any reports, as well as the methodology of the BNA will be the property of DRC/DDG.
  • The research requires at least 10 days in Kalobeyei.

GENERAL
DRC/DDG has a Humanitarian Accountability Framework, outlining its global accountability commitments. All staff and consultants are required to contribute to the achievement of this framework (http://bit.ly/2rhGjKG).

How to apply:

APPLICATION PROCESS
Interested applicants who meet the required profile are invited to submit a 2 page expression of interest including:

  1. A suitability statement including CV of participating consultants with details of qualifications and experience.
  2. Technical proposal that summarizes understanding of the TOR, key research questions, methodology and tools to be used.
  3. Work-plan clearly indicating the activity schedule.
  4. Financial proposal providing cost estimates and consultancy fees/ as well as an indication of your daily rate and availability,.
  5. Contacts of three organizations that have recently contracted you to carry out similar assignment.

Interested parties should forward the expression of interest, in English on this link www.drc.ngo under vacancies no later than 15th March, 2018

If you have questions or are facing problems with the online application process, please contact job@drc.ngo

Kenya: FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

Organization: Refugee Consortium of Kenya
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 09 Mar 2018

LOCATION: NAIROBI OFFICE

REPORTING LINES:
Post holder reports to: Executive Director
Staff reporting to this post: Accountants, HR/Admin staff, Drivers, Security personnel and Office assistants

RCK VISION: An environment where forced migrants and host communities access rights, justice, protection and durable solutions.

RCK MISSION: To safeguard and protect the rights and dignity of forced migrants and host communities through provision of legal aid, psychosocial support, advocacy, capacity building and promotion of inclusive governance.

JOB PURPOSE: As a member of the senior management team and reporting to the Executive Director (ED), the main focus of the post is to manage and coordinate RCK’s finance, administration, logistics and Human Resource functions as the officer in charge of Institutional, Support and Development department (ISD).

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Overall responsibility:
Manage and coordinate functions of the Institutional Support and Development Programme. The job holder will specifically:

Financial Management
– Preparing monthly Financial report for sharing with the Management
– Making financial forecasts to ensure that activities are done on schedule and there are available funds for each activity.
– Support project managers in development, implementation and monitoring of budgets.
– Coordination of organization’s financial reporting functions on monthly, quarterly, and end year or project close outs or on a needs basis.
– Management of external and internal audits and donor verifications.
– Ensuring that financial policies and procedures are updated, sound and strictly adhered to.
– Cash payment and payroll management to ensure that projects have the required funds and utilized effectively.
– Quality control of purchase requests, invoices and reimbursement

Administration/ Human Resource Management
– Coordinating new contracts and amendments to existing ones, staff recruitment (including interns, consultants) and training
– Coordination and supervision of organization’s human resources including recruitment, remuneration, appraisal, trainings, staff welfare and record keeping.
– Train and build capacity of staff in the department in finance, accounting and administration matters, risk management; identification and mitigation of risks including review of internal controls, procedures and systems and advising the ED accordingly.
– Ensuring that human resources policies and procedures are updated, sound and strictly adhered to
– Overall staff management in ISD

Operations
– Asset management; maintain asset register, coordinate and manage organization’s assets including motor vehicles and transport.
– Supervise purchasing and procurement functions support project managers in monitoring and evaluation activities.
– Overall supervisory responsibility for logistical and operational processes including legal and insurance obligations, office security and safety of staff, IT (internet and telecom), and human resources.
– Ensure that the organization complies with tax and other statutory obligations as registered under NGO Board Act including all other administration requirements on legislations.

Additional Responsibilities:
– Other tasks to help deliver the goals set in the overall strategy and annual plan of RCK
– Support in Fundraising and development of financial proposals
– Financial project management (administration, monitoring and evaluation)
– Such other duties temporarily or on a continuing basis, as may reasonably be required, commensurate with your grade.

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE
– CPA qualified with a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field. An MBA or Masters Degree in a relevant field is an added advantage.
– A member of an accounting professional body.
– At least 5-10 years of experience; ideally 4-plus years of broad financial and operations management experience.
– Strong managerial, budgeting and accounting skills.
– Strong interpersonal, communication and management skills and ability to prioritize, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders.
– Ability to translate financial concepts to- and to effectively collaborate with -programmatic and fundraising colleagues.
– A track record in grants management.
– Knowledge of accounting and reporting software – Sage Pastel preferred.
– Demonstrate understanding of basic HR functions

WORKING CONDITIONS
The Job is complex, sensitive and stressful. Work requires willingness to work a flexible schedule and travel. Work may require frequent weekend and evening work as well as high degree of autonomy.

Behavior Competencies:

  • Professionalism: In-depth theoretical knowledge of financial management and accounting operations, effective financial reporting in a timely and accurate manner, knowledge of general administration and HR duties.
  • Communication: Strong interpersonal and communication (written, spoken and presentational) skills. Proficiency in English and Kiswahili.
  • Technology Awareness: IT Savvy, including accounting soft wares, information databases, internet/intranet services, accounting and reporting software – Sage Pastel preferred
  • Teamwork: Ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with people of different national and cultural backgrounds with respect for diversity.
  • Managing Performance: Ability to supervise, coach, mentor and develop junior staff as required.
  • Ability to handle high levels of pressure and critical decision-making
  • Strong sense of priorities and objectives
  • Creative, enthusiastic, and independent.

How to apply:

*To submit your application, send a cover letter along with a detailed Curriculum Vitae indicating expected salary, 3 professional referees including your last supervisor and their email contacts, to be received by 5.00pm, Friday 9th March, 2018,*
Send your application to: The Recruitment Committee, Subject Line: “Application for Finance and Administration Officer “Email: recruitmentcounsel@gmail.com**

Only successful candidates will be contacted.

RCK is an equal opportunity employer.

Kenya: Project Manager vacancy for joint consortium project in Kenya

Organization: Peace Brigades International
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 14 Mar 2018

Together with Ghetto Foundation, Mathare Social Justice Centre and Saferworld, PBI Kenya will be implementing a project addressing extra-judicial killings (EJKs) in the urban settlements in Nairobi.Saferworld will be handling the initial recruitment of this position.

Job Purpose:

To oversee the general implementation and coordination of the project and ensure that activities are carried out, timeline is kept, and the work plan is adhered to. Additionally, the Project Manager will be responsible for the overall preparation and compilation of the narrative reporting to the EU and keeping track of relevant deadlines. S/he will also manage the consortium relationships at both strategic and technical levels.

Please note that only candidates elegible to work in Kenya will be considered.

Duties:

Project management

  • Internalize and monitor EU guidelines and obligations related to reporting and visibility and ensure adherence within the entire scope of the project.

  • Support and coordinate the planning, implementation and monitoring of activities being undertaken by respective consortium project coordinators to ensure: **

o project delivers its aims in an effective, timely and coordinated manner o project work plans are developed and updated regularly
o timely completion of activities with documentation of results
o timely completion and submission of internal and donor reports

  • Monitor and ensure all aspects of the projects contractual documentation are in place.

  • Identify any risks to the successful implementation of the project at an early stage and, together with the steering committee, set up risk mitigation measures.

Consortium Coordination and Management

  • Convene and support the Steering Committee in its operational oversight role.

  • Convene and coordinate frequent joint meetings within the consortium structure.

  • Ensure smooth communication between the consortium partners both at strategic and technical levels through timely collection, collation and sharing of essential information in a clear manner.

  • Support partners to comply with agreed MoUs and EU financial and project guidelines through proper induction and close follow-up with each partner on processes.

Staff management and development

  • Provide line management to the Project Finance Assistant.

  • Monitor and support staff in line with Saferworld’s performance management system.

Financial management

  • Ensure all activity expenditure is within the appropriate budget allocations.

  • Lead in ensuring timely and accurate project budgeting and project forecasting.

  • Monitor the project budget and expenditure on a monthly basis to ensure optimum utilisation of funds and highlight any concerns promptly to the steering committee and/or individual consortium members for prompt rectification.

  • Work with partners to ensure timely preparation of expenditure requests and account for project expenditure in line with financial procedures.

  • Ensure that consortium staff comply with EU financial management policies through proper induction and close follow-up with each partner on processes.

Networking, Communication and Advocacy

  • Identify and develop relationships with key strategic partners in government, civil society, media and other actors in Kenya.

  • Monitor official and non-governmental debates on themes related to security, justice and human rights in Kenya to identify the best opportunities for the project to provide input into policy debate.

  • Ensure effective communication of project activities, results and lessons amongst the consortium partners.

  • Represent the project at meetings, seminars, co-ordination fora and other events as appropriate.

Monitoring & Evaluation

  • Ensure partners are aware of, and adhere to, narrative guidelines for the various reporting cycles. Provide training where needed and provide continuous assistance with the use of evaluation tools for the project.

  • Collect relevant information for narrative reporting to the donor – in close collaboration with the Project Coordinators and Finance Assistant.

  • Produce narrative reports for the donor and keep track of relevant deadlines and guidelines.

  • Communicate with the donor and produce relevant written requests or justifications in case of adjustments to the timeline of activities or other changes within the project implementation cycle.

  • Work with Saferworld’s M & E Coordinator to ensure that the project indicators are tracked and reported and to ensure that outcomes are mapped and harvested.

Strategy and programme development

  • Where appropriate, contribute to the development of Saferworld’s Kenya country strategy (or that of other consortium partners) by providing analysis of human rights and security developments. *

  • Occasionally participate in programmatic meetings within Saferworld (or that of other consortium partners) in line with the organisation’s strategies.

How to apply:

APPLICATION PROCESS

To apply: Please complete a Saferworld application form (www.saferworld.org.uk/about/jobs) and email to Marie

Aziz at jobs@saferworld.org.uk (please use subject heading: Ref: PMKEN) Deadline for applications: 14th March 2018
We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

Kenya: REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL – USER-CENTERED DESIGN PARTNER

Organization: Ipas
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 05 Mar 2018

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP)

USER-CENTERED DESIGN PARTNER

POST MEDICAL ABORTION CONTRACEPTION PROJECT- KENYA

Introduction

Founded in 1973, Ipas (the Company) is a global nongovernmental organization dedicated to ending preventable deaths and disabilities from unsafe abortion. Through local, national and global partnerships, Ipas works to ensure that women can obtain safe, respectful and comprehensive abortion care, including counseling and contraception to prevent future unintended pregnancies.

The Company, with its partners including the Population Council and DKT, is conducting a 3 ½ year project to develop scalable, evidence-based interventions to increase uptake and continuation rates of contraception after self-use of medical abortion (MA) among women and adolescent girls in Kenya and Pakistan. A concept for the project is provided in the appendix to this RFP.

Statement of Purpose

The purpose of this Request for Proposals (RFP) is for Ipas to obtain the services of a design group and/or consultants to conduct the user-centered design (UCD)1 component of a project in Kenya that will design and implement interventions to provide contraceptive information and services to women and adolescents who self-manage medical abortion (MA) outside of health facilities. The vendor or offeror (“contractor”) will be selected through the RFP process. This RFP describes the minimum requirements that are necessary for a contractor to be considered in our selection process.

Scope of Work

Ipas intends to develop interventions to better meet the contraceptive needs and preferences of women and girls who self-manage MA outside of health facilities. The project is to be implemented in Nakuru County, Kenya. UCD work in Year 1 of the project will design one or more interventions to be implemented in Year 2. UCD will continue at a smaller scale in the first half of Year 2 to make any needed modifications to the intervention/s. Ipas and a local research group will conduct initial research in Year 1 to investigate the larger context of where, when, and why women and girls seek and obtain MA drugs outside health facilities. A member of the research team will serve on the UCD team to ensure the knowledge and insights from the formative research is available to and integrated with the UCD work. The research team will also be available in Year 1, if needed, to conduct additional data collection activities that fall outside the purview of the UCD group. Ipas currently considers three sets of potential intervention end-users: (1) women and adolescent girls, (2) pharmacists and medicine sellers, and (3) intermediaries (persons or organizations) that may influence the available pathways, options, and choices for MA and/or contraceptives. The formative research will provide initial entré to these user groups. Ipas recognizes that the UCD partner may use additional channels to identify appropriate persons to gain user insights.

Although the intervention/s are not yet designed, it is expected that contraceptive supplies and related marketing and referral activities will be included in the intervention/s. DKT is serving as Ipas’s local partner to provide support to implementation of the intervention/s. It is expected that the UCD group will engage with DKT in the design process, to help assess the feasibility and sustainability of emergent intervention prototypes.

The UCD partner will participate in the project launch meeting in March 2018, conduct the design work June-October 2018 and be available for additional UCD work from January to June 2019, if adjustments to the intervention are needed.

Technical requirements

The UCD partner must have

  • demonstrated experience with user/human-centered design for social good, preferably within the health sector and/or women’s issues
  • ability to work in Nakuru County, with Swahili and English languages
  • ability to comply with ethics requirements to protect the identity and confidentiality of persons who engage with the UCD team
  • ability to document the UCD process and insights gathered

Expected deliverables

· Initial prototypes of interventions

· Final intervention prototypes

· Documentation of how insights were used to develop intervention/s

· Summary report of UCD process and outcomes

· If needed, UCD-informed adjustments to the implemented intervention/s

Contract Duration

The work is expected to be completed by 31 July, 2019.

Location

This posting will be recruited for as a contractor and will be located in Nairobi City**.**

No relocation allowances etc. will be available.

The contract research firm will work from Nakuru County. Expenses incurred in relation to the tasks described above will be reimbursed as and only when authorization is given by the Ipas line manager.

Reporting

The UCD partner will report to the Deputy Director of Ipas Africa Alliance, and a designated staff member at Ipas in the US.

The day-to-day assignment and contact will be managed by Ipas Africa Alliance Program Manager – with whom the contractor will be in ongoing communication.

Estimated Timeline

Ipas Issues RFP

12 February 2018

Deadline for Written Questions Related to RFP

19 February 2018

Responses to Written Questions

22 February 2018

Proposals Due to Ipas From Potential Contractors(s)

5 March 2018

Evaluation Process

Completed by 16 March 2018

Notification of Award

19 March 2018

Start Date for Contract

1 April 2018

Proposal Submission

RFP Submission Instructions

Questions regarding RFP must be submitted in writing to Roselyne Ndwigah, ndwigahr@ipas.org. Interested parties are requested to submit separately a technical and financial proposal by email to:

Mailing address:

PO Box 1192-00200

City Square
Nairobi, Kenya

Email:

ndwigahr@ipas.org

Cc:

pearsone@ipas.org, woodsongc@ipas.org

Closing date for receiving proposals is 5 March 2018, 5pm Nairobi time.

Evaluation Criteria

Technical Criteria

The following criteria will be used for the evaluation of the proposals:

Description of technical approach to proposed user-centered design;

30%

Ability of staff and staff compliment to provide required services (detailed CVs of the person/s of staff to be included);

20%

Company profile (Include the latest Annual Financial Statements);

20%

3 references to previous user-centered design projects conducted;

20%

General management and financial/budget plan;

10%

Pricing

· Proposed price for this exercise must be fixed, must be VAT and all other tax inclusive and should be quoted in KES.

· The total budget for this exercise shall not exceed USD 45,000 (KES 4,708,800).

· A detailed schedule of the cost including applicable hourly rates, and an explanation of the services included as well as excluded should be provided.

Selection

Ipas may award a contract resulting from this solicitation to the contractor whose offer conforms to this RFP and will be in the best interests of Ipas and its partners. Ipas may reject any or all offers or proposals, if doing so is in the best interest of the organization. This RFP shall not be construed as a guarantee of contract, nor does it commit Ipas to pay any costs associated with submissions or any other costs incurred prior to the execution of a formal agreement.

1 The term “Human-Centered Design” is also commonly used.

How to apply:

Proposal Submission

RFP Submission Instructions

Questions regarding RFP must be submitted in writing to Roselyne Ndwigah, ndwigahr@ipas.org. Interested parties are requested to submit separately a technical and financial proposal by email to:

Mailing address:

PO Box 1192-00200

City Square
Nairobi, Kenya

Email:

ndwigahr@ipas.org

Cc:

pearsone@ipas.org, woodsongc@ipas.org

Closing date for receiving proposals is 5 March 2018, 5pm Nairobi time.

Kenya: Junior Accountant- national contract

Organization: Fondazione L'Albero della Vita
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 16 Mar 2018

Organizational Profile

Fondazione L’Albero Della Vita Onlus (FADV) is an international development organization headquartered in Milan – Italy. Since 2006, FADV is operating with the primary objective to promote and protect children basic rights along with improving the quality of living conditions of the marginalized people, with special emphasis on children and women.

Job Title:** Junior Accountant, full time – national contract

Supervisor: Finance Officer

Duty station:** Nairobi, FADV office, with field missions if needed in other counties

Starting date:** April 2018

Duration of the assignment:** 12 months, extensible, with 3 months’ probation

Deadline for application: 16th March 2018

Role and Responsibilities:

· Process financial transactions related to office and project expenditures, and maintain an effective filing system for financial transactions and project documents.

· Maintain accurate records of financial transactions in order to monitor financial status of project activities, ensuring all accounting data are updated, reconciled and fully supported.

· Review request for payment to ensure data is reconciled with financial management system.

· Maintain, monitor and record all financial services related to payments, fund transfers, partners and projects including accounts prepaid, payable, receivable, payrolls, accrual properly following FADV’s policies and procedures.

· Maintain all payment vouchers, accounting logbooks and supporting documents.

· Ensure accuracy of accounting entries and adequacy of supporting documents.

· Prepare the monthly payroll and generate the payroll and payroll by-products (deductions) reports.

· Ensure compliance on submission of statutory deductions (NHIF, NSSF, PAYE, HELB etc.)

· Prepare Bank reconciliations and submit for review and approval by the 5th day of every month

· Facilitate the procurement requirements of the project office on the basis of the procurement policy guidelines.

· Assist the Finance officer in the preparation of the financial reports for all projects implemented in Kenya by Fondazione L’Albero della Vita.

· Support the preparation and update of the inventories.

· Assist the Finance Officer in the preparation of contracts with suppliers, partners and service providers.

· Participate in the audit process

· Any other duty as required by the line manager commensurate with the post.

Level of studies:

· Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce (Accounting/Finance) or Economics or Certified Public Accountant (CPA) part 3 or any other equivalent and relevant qualification from a recognized institution.

· Evidence of proficiency and knowledge in Computer Applications (Ms office and accounting packages).

Experience:

· At least 2 years of work experience in finance or accounting.

· Good understanding of financial and accounting policies, standards and associated regulatory issues;

· Work experience with community development projects, INGOs and/or AICS (Italian Agency for Development Cooperation, previously Maeci) funded projects would be an advantage.

Skills:

· Good communication skills (both written and oral) in English.

· Working knowledge of accounting software (ability to use English language software).

· Competent in Microsoft Word and Excel.

· Good analytical and organizational skills, attention to detail and determination to meet deadlines.

Other:

· Honesty and strong ethics are required in order to be successful in this position.

· Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

· Demonstrated capacity and willingness to learn – open to learning new ways of doing things.

· Professional attitude towards work.

· Pro-active and results oriented.

· Flexible and adaptable in working with an up-and-coming not-for-profit organization.

· Confidentiality – Employees must sign a confidentiality agreement and may not share organizational materials without the express written permission from a supervisor.

· Respect – FADV aims to always show respect and appreciation for our team members and they ask all staff to show the same respect for FADV staff, board members, Partners and all.

How to apply:

Application (Cover letter and CV with two references) should be submitted to: finance.kenya@alberodellavita.org, CC coordination.kenya@alberodellavita.org specifying in the subject “Application for Junior Accountant Kenya”

Current salary and expected salary should be included in the cover letter.

Do not attach in this phase ID documents, school or university certificates, or any other unrequested document.

Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.