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Front Office Administrator Job in Kenya

Front Office Administrator


Location: Nakuru

Employment Type: Full Time

Job Level: Entry level

Salary Expectation: Kshs. 30,000-45000.

Job Summary

The front office Executive should have a friendly and easy going personality while also being very perceptive and disciplined.

Job Description

Username Investment Limited is a fast growing Kenyan based real-estate development and Investment Company. At Username, we desire to provide the current and upcoming generations with a place they can call home.

We are seeking to recruit a pleasant self-driven Front Office Administrator to undertake all receptionist and clerical duties at the desk of our main entrance. You will be the “face” of the company to all visitors and will be responsible for the first impression we make.

The ideal candidate should have a friendly and easy going personality while also being very perceptive and disciplined. You should be able to deal with complaints and give accurate information. A customer-oriented approach is essential. The goal is to make guests and visitors feel comfortable and valued while on our premises.

Responsibilities

·         Promote Username corporate brand by ensuring the office constantly adorns the corporate image.

·         Procure office equipment and supplies and maintain a sufficient stock of office stationery and supplies.

·         Ensure all visitors are assisted promptly and professionally

·         Responding to customer queries

·         Managing correspondence and dispatch both internal and externally

·         Liaising with various service providers

·         Sets up and arranges meetings, facilities and travel arrangements as required

·         Maintaining files, materials, information, schedules and legal documents

·         Maintains office hygiene

·         Support staff on admin and operational issues

·         Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed

·         To ensure that the presentation of the office and the reception area is clean and immaculate at all times.

·         Oversee all services provided on a regular basis and ensure that all office running related bills are paid on time.

·         Assist the Human resources and management with internal event planning.

·         Control human traffic at the front office by efficiently linking visitors to their hosts

·         Managing office petty cash

·         Responding to calls for all assigned telephones

·         Resolve administrative problems and inquiries

·         Filing and documentation of all office related payment vouchers, receipts, invoices.

Key Performance Indicators

·         Maintain a high sense of Integrity and professionalism

·         Ability to multitask

·         Create strong customer relations

·         To ensure the efficiency of day-to-day operations, document control and compliance

·         Demonstrate competency in all operational aspects of reception including meeting scheduling, distributing mail, filing, and answering the phone, etc.

Requirements

·         2 to 3 Years’ experience in office administration, front office or receptionist roles.

·         A Bachelor’s degree in any related field is required

·         Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and competing deadlines

·         Experienced providing executive assistance and support to management and staff.

·         Strong communication and interpersonal skills

·         Good attention to detail, organized, efficient and decisive.

·         High degree of accuracy.

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

·         Ability to maintain a pleasant personality and calm down irate clients.

·         Any other duties as reasonably requested by Management.

How to Apply

Send your CV/resume for consideration and shortlisting to recruitment@username.co.ke so as to reach us on or before Friday 21st September 2018.

Kenya: IT Support Services

Organization: Lutheran World Relief
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 31 Oct 2018

Request for Propsals

I.T Support Services 1st Oct. 2018 to 30**th** Sept. 2019

Lutheran World Relief (LWR) is a US-based non-profit organization that operates in rural development projects and responds to humanitarian disasters throughout the world.

LWR currently seeking proposals to provide in-country and occasional on-site IT support to offices in Kenya for the fiscal year (FY) 2019, starting 1st October 2018 to 30th September 2019.

LWR’s global computing specification is currently HP and Lenovo laptops and desktops, with Windows 10 operating systems with a custom image and Office 365.

Support is managed by a central IT Team based in our Headquarters office in Baltimore, Maryland US. LWR utilizes TeamViewer for remote support where possible and for HQ to backstop the country level support team. All support and maintenance, other than any regularly scheduled tasks, are received and assigned through an online ticketing system. The contractor(s) selected through this process will be the first line of support for receiving all requests and addressing them or escalating them as appropriate. Technical oversight and contract management will be from the IT team at Headquarters with support from our local Office Administrators for payment processing.

Qualifications

Ideally the bidder will document the following minimum qualifications with their bid:

· One year minimum, desktop support experience

· A+ and/or Network Plus certification (one or the other)

· Experience using remote access tools for support, TeamViewer preferred

· Familiarity with MS Office 365

· Experience supporting both Windows 8 and 10 in a business environment

· Professional communication and case documentation skills

· Project management experience

· Client focused approach

· Proficiency in using English language

LWR seeks proposals to provide the following services from 1st October 2018 to 30th September 2019:

  1. Troubleshooting Windows 7, 8 and 10 issues, imaging / re-imaging Windows systems, program installation according to LWR approved software list, hardware installs, troubleshooting Office 365 and desktop applications, performing firmware updates for laptop and desktop PCs. Escalate tickets and work with HQ IT team to resolve issues;

  2. Arrange warranty repairs of all information and communications equipment through authorized service centers;

  3. Assess hardware and provide life-cycle and repair or replace recommendations for all information and communications equipment;

  4. Maintain wired and wireless networks for all country offices. Install and configure networking equipment, troubleshoot and correct connectivity issues, maintain and update firmware for network components;

  5. Printer / copier maintenance and repair. Install and configure both networked and non-networked printers and copiers. Troubleshoot malfunctions and either provide direct repair services or arrange and coordinate repairs with third-party providers (such as warranty repairs performed by authorized service centers);

  6. Install and configure other physical equipment. Perform additional equipment installation or arrange third party installation of any additional specialized information and communications equipment.

Bid submission Process

In responding to this request, the Firm / Consultant will submit their profile which will include Contact person and contact; Experiences in providing IT support and references for similar assignments. Names and resumes of key personnel who will provide these services. Also to be included are the PIN, VAT and Registration Certificates.

The proposal should indicate the price per hour, inclusive of VAT (if applicable) so as to reach LWR by 25th September 2018** through the email address info@lwr.org

How to apply:

info@lwr.org

Government Jobs in Kenya – ODPP (16 Vacancies)

Records Management Officer II 


Grade: DPP 11/JG ‘J’

V/NO. 171/2018

3 Posts

Qualifications

For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have:-

·         A Bachelors Degree in Information Science/Records Management or 30 any relevant Social Sciences from a recognized institution; and

·         A Certificate in Computer Applications from a recognized institution.
OR

·         Served in the grade of Records management Officer III or in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service for a minimum period of two (2) years;

·         A Diploma in Records/Information/library Science/Archives Management or equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution;

·         A Certificate in Computer Applications from a recognized institution; and

·         Demonstrated professional competence and achievement of performance targets and results as reflected in the performance appraisal.

Responsibilities

An Officer at this level will be responsible to Records Management Officer I for assigned records management function. Specifically, duties and responsibilities entail:-

·         Receiving and dispatching letters and files in a timely manner and in line with the records management policies and procedures, to ensure timely communication that enhances service delivery by ODPP;

·         Receiving, marking, and filing letters that have been actioned by officers, to ensure the letters are securely stored and easy to trace and retrieve when required;

·         Maintaining file movement registers to ensure the files can be traced when required, and to enhance the security and confidentiality of documents;

·         Maintaining security and safety of records in the registry to minimise wear and tear of stored documents, and to protect the ODPP information that can expose risks to ODPP if accessed by unauthorised persons;

·         Maintaining proper records of inventory to facilitate ease in retrieval of records when required;

·         Implementing the set quality standards in records management to enhance efficiency and effectiveness in the delivery of service; and

·         Supervising the Records Management Officer III to ensure high motivation and performance, and to assist in the development of the Officer in line with the needs of ODPP.

Information Communication Technology Officer II 

Grade: DPP 11/JG ‘J’

V/NO. 168/2018

4 Posts

Qualifications

For appointment to this grade a candidate must have:

·         A Bachelors degree in computer science, information communication technology, electronics engineering or any other ICT related discipline with a base in information communication technology from a recognized institution.
OR

·         Served in the grade of Information Communication Technology Officer III or in an equivalent and relevant position in the Public Service for a minimum period of Two (2) years;

·         A Diploma in Computer Science/Information Communication Technology; or its equivalent qualification from a recognized institution; and

·         Demonstrated merit and ability as reflected in performance and results.

Responsibilities

An Officer at this level will be responsible to the Information Technology Officer I for assigned Information Communication Technology function. Specifically duties and responsibilities will entail;

·         Providing technical support to all users in the organization, to ensure minimal disruptions to the operations of ODPP in the delivery of public prosecutions;

·         Configuring and installing new hardware devices, to ensure full utilization of the
organization resources, and to enhance efficiency in operations;

·         Developing software applications based on the analysis of the ODPP requirements, to enhance efficiency in the delivery of service;

·         Training new users in the use of hardware and software, to ensure the users are comfortable in the use of the resources, and to reduce time wastage;

·         Participating in the provision of specifications for new system acquisition, to support the procurement of systems that meet the needs of ODPP, and provide feedback on the performance of the system to ensure enhancements as appropriate;

·         Conducting system backup and data restoration when systems fail, to ensure safety of information from loss and corruption;

·         Troubleshooting faults in the network, software, hardware, to ensure weaknesses are identified and appropriate solutions developed and implemented, to enhance value for money for ODPP; and

·         Managing the network, internet configurations and device sharing, to ensure the user departments at ODPP are connected at all times, in order to enhance efficiency in business operations due to minimal disruptions to connectivity

Personal Secretary II 

Grade: DPP 11/JG ‘J’

V/NO. 169/2018

9 posts

Qualifications

For appointment to this grade an officer must have:-

·         Served in the grade of Personal Secretary III, DPP 12 or in a comparable and relevant position in the Public or Private sector for a minimum period of Two (2) years;

·         The following qualifications from the Kenya National Examinations Council or equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution:

1.  Typewriting III (minimum 50 w.p.m)/Computerized Document Processing III)
Shorthand III (100 w.p.m);
Secretarial Duties II;
Office Management III/Office Administration and Management III;
Business English III/Communications II;
Commerce II;

·         A Certificate in Computer Applications from a recognized institution (Ms word, windows, Ms excel, Ms Access and Internet);

·         Demonstrated merit and ability as reflected in the work performance and results.

Responsibilities

This position is critical in providing work surroundings that is conducive to office visitors, facilitating work of the office one is assigned to, and giving professional support to Secretarial Staff at lower levels in handling unprecedented office matters. Specifically duties and responsibilities will entail;

·         Monitoring the usage of resources in the office for proper utilization of resources to ensure cost effectiveness;

·         Ensuring smooth communication and coordination of activities within the ODPP and with stakeholders to ensure a strong positive image;

·         Supervising junior staff to ensure smooth flow of work within the ODPP;

·         Safeguarding the image of the ODPP through provision of high quality customer service;

·         Drafting letters as instructed to ensure timely communication by the supervisor as required in the delivery of service;

·         Dispatching letters and documents as required in a timely manner, to support the operations of the division;

·         Preparing documents as requested to ensure optimal time utilisation by the
ODPP staff in the delivery of service;

·         Filing documents for the assigned divisions to ensure the security, safety from tear, and accessibility of the documents when required;

·         Binding documents as requested to ensure the documents are easy to use and store, and enhance the image of ODPP;

·         Organizing meetings and availing required documents as requested to ensure the meetings happen in a timely manner and that they are fruitful;

·         Requisitioning of office stationery to ensure the assigned divisions are supported in the delivery of service, receive the stationery, and manage the storage to ensure proper utilisation of ODPP resources;

·         Receiving calls to the assigned divisions to ensure timely communication of information that is critical in the delivery of service 35

·         Receiving and directing telephone and fax messages for the office in a timely manner, to ensure the office is equipped with the information necessary for the delivery of service;

·         Attending to visitors and clients in line with the set protocol, to ensure the office presents a positive image of ODPP;

·         Establishing and maintaining effective communication strategies for the office to enhance the speed and quality of information flow between the office and other ODPP offices;

·         Maintaining inventory of office supplies to support cost management for the office;

·         Coordinating and arranging for meetings, workshop and conferences to preparedness for the meetings;

·         Managing both incoming and outgoing files and mail to ensure information is communicated in a timely manner, and to track the movement of documents that is critical in the management of the security of information;

·         Managing the delivery of files and mail to the relevant staff in line with the ODPP policies and procedures, to ensure the document movement is easy to track and to enhance information confidentiality;

·         Managing the cleanliness of the office to facilitate conducive working environment and to enhance the image of ODPP;

·         Managing office machines for functional and minimal disruptions to the operations of the office; and
Responding to routine correspondence.

How to Apply

The candidates should attach COPIES of the following documents to their application form:

·         National Identity Card

·         Academic and Professional Certificates and Transcripts

·         Any supporting documents and testimonials

·         Letter of appointment to their current substantive post

·         Letter of appointment to their previous post

·         Detailed Curriculum Vitae and

·         Clearance certificate from the following bodies :-

1.  Law Society of Kenya for Lawyers

2.  Higher Education Loans Board

3.  Kenya Revenue Authority

4.  Criminal Investigation Department 40

5.  Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission

6.  Any other Professional bodies to which the candidate is a member

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce ORIGINALS of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates, original transcripts and testimonials, letters of appointment to their current substantive posts and previous post, detailed curriculum vitae and clearance certificates during the interviews.

Office Admin Job in Kenya

Senior Assistant Office Administrator 


The Taita Taveta County Public Service Board invites applications from suitable and qualified serving officers in the County Public Service to fill the following vacant positions:

CPSB/TTC/052/2018

An officer at this level will be deployed in a Section Head’s office and may be required to work for more than one officer.

Responsibilities

·         Typing from drafts, manuscripts or recording from dictation machines;

·         Processing data; operating office equipment;

·         Attending to visitors/clients; handling telephone calls and appointments;

·         Ensuring security of office records, equipment and documents,including classified materials; Preparing responses to simple routine correspondence;

·         Guide and supervise junior secretarial personnel.

·         Recording dictation in shorthand and transcribing it in typewritten form

Requirements

·         Must have served in the grade of Assistant Office Administrator I JG ‘K’ for a minimum of three (3) years

·         Shown merit and ability as reflected in work performance results

·         Diploma in Secretarial studies from Kenya Examination Council or Business Education single of group certificates

·         Certificate in Public Relation and Customer care lasting for not less than 2 weeks

OR

The following qualifications from the Kenya National Examinations Council:

·         Shorthand III (minimum 110 w.p.m.)

·         Typewriting III (50 w.p.m.)/Computerised Document Processing III

·         Business English III/Communications II

·         Commerce II

·         Office Management III/Office Administration and Management III, and Secretarial Duties II; Satisfy the requirement of chapter six

How to Apply

Qualified candidates are requested to make their applications by completing a CPSB Job Application form 2018. The form may be downloaded from the Taita Taveta County Government website, CPSB portal.

All applications should be submitted in a sealed envelope addressed to:

The Secretary/CEO

County Public Service Board

Private Bag

Voi

Or hand delivered at the Board offices Ground floor Maghamba Plaza, Opposite Kenya Power offices, Voi on or before Monday 24th September 2018

Important information

Candidates should not attach any documents to the application form. All details requested in the advertisement should be filled on the form. Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce original Identity card/Passport , Appointment letter, last promotion letter and all the relevant professional/ Academic certificates

Canvassing shall lead to disqualification.

Data Analyst Job in Nairobi

Data Analyst


Job Summary: To interpret data and turn it into information which can offer ways to improve a business, thus affecting business decisions. You will be required to gather information from various sources and interpret patterns and trends

Key Responsibilities

·         Use statistical formulas to compute and analyse data.

·         Verify the accuracy, completeness, and reliability of data.

·         Compile statistics using sources such as records, reports, and surveys.

·         Enter data and other information into computers.

·         Interview participants on studies or surveys and track or record their responses.

·         Assemble or prepare charts, graphs, tables and other depictions of data, surveys, and findings.

·         Organize data, survey forms and supporting or source materials.

·         Search for and identify new sources and method of data collection.

·         Obtain requirements of customers for data collection.

Qualifications

·         Diploma in IT related field from a reputable institution with at least two years’ work experience in FMCG environment

·         A high level of mathematical ability

·         Programming languages, such as SQL, Oracle and Python

·         The ability to analyse, model and interpret data

·         An analytical mind and inclination for problem-solving

·         A methodical and logical approach

·         Ability to write comprehensive reports

·         The ability to plan work and meet deadlines

·         Accuracy and attention to detail

·         Interpersonal skills

·         Team working skills

·         Written and verbal communication skills

How to Apply

QUALIFIED CANDIDATES TO SEND THEIR CVS TO recruitment@cdl.co.ke on or before 20/09/2018

ONLY SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED

Internship Opportunity in a NGO in Kenya – Save the Children

Finance Internship


As part of the regional office support services team you will be responsible for supporting effective Financial management and administration processes for the East and Southern Africa Regional Office.

The Finance intern will support ESARO Finance team in areas of; Invoice tracking, Accounting reconciliations, Data Quality management and other Finance Administrative duties as per SCI guidelines.

The Finance intern will effectively interact with a diverse group of stakeholders, manage expectations and duties according to the agreed timelines.

This role will liaise with the RO administration, logistics and finance departments to ensure a delivery of quality and timely results.

Qualifications 

·         Accountant in training who wishes to gain some practical experience

·         Recently completed or studying for a Degree in finance, accountancy or Professional Accounting qualification such as CPA/ACCA.

·         Excellent computer skills especially in MS Excel spread sheets and MS Word

·         Some experience with computerised accounting packages will be desirable.

·         High level of integrity and ability to work as part of a professional team

·         Excellent communication skills

·         Proven ability to handle challenging work load

·         Cross-cultural experience, understanding and sensitivity;

·         Excellent interpersonal and written and oral communication skills;

·         Commitment to Save the Children values.

Contract length: 3 Months

The Organisation

We employ approximately 25,000 people across the globe and work on the ground in over 100 countries to help children affected by crises, or those that need better healthcare, education and child protection.

We also campaign and advocate at the highest levels to realise the right of children and to ensure their voices are heard.

We are working towards three breakthroughs in how the world treats children by 2030:

·         No child dies from preventable causes before their 5th birthday

·         All children learn from a quality basic education and that,

·         Violence against children is no longer tolerated

We know that great people make a great organization, and that our employees play a crucial role in helping us achieve our ambitions for children. We value our people and offer a meaningful and rewarding career, along with a collaborative and inclusive workplace where ambition, creativity, and integrity are highly valued.

How to Apply

Please apply using a cover letter and up-to-date CV as a single document. Please also include details of your current remuneration and salary expectations. A copy of the full role profile can be found at www.savethechildren.net/jobs

We need to keep children safe so our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse

Closing date is 21st September 2018.

NGO Jobs in Kenya – CWS

Programs Project Manager


The Resettlement Support Center (CWS RSC Africa) operates a US refugee resettlement program in sub-Saharan Africa through a Cooperative Agreement with the Department of State/Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration.

CWS RSC Africa is responsible for the preparation of refugee case files for adjudication by US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) officers, as well as the out-processing and cultural orientation of all approved cases. CWS RSC Africa is administered by the Church World Service Immigration Refugee Program (CWS/IRP) and is based in Nairobi, Kenya, with a sub-office in Pretoria, South Africa.

Duties

·         Assist Programs Management to design and roll-out cross-cutting policy and procedure updates, as needed.

·         Review departmental SOPs at least once annually to assist Programs Management to synchronize and standardize policies and procedures.

·         Leads cross-cutting process reviews affecting multiple Programs Departments.

·         Supports Programs Department strategic/annual plan processes, and communicates with all Programs Department stakeholders on progress toward planned benchmarks an achievements.

·         Reviews Programs external and internal reports at least once annually to assist Programs Management to implement reporting improvements.

·         Assists in the development of Programs Department budget.

·         Represents CWS/RSC Africa with USRAP partners, including PRM, USCIS, IOM, UNHCR, RPC and domestic Resettlement Agencies, as needed, on specific projects or topics.

·         Conducts research in support of RSC Africa Programs. Annual research objectives to be determined in coordination with Programs Management.

This position also undertakes other duties as assigned by CWS/RSC Africa Management, with key priorities and projects determined on an annual, quarterly, and monthly basis.

Qualifications

·         Bachelor’s Degree or four (4) years of paid work experience in lieu of a Bachelor’s Degree required.

·         Master’s Degree preferred.

·         Eight (8) years’ work of paid work experience is required

·         Three (3) years of supervisory – managing staff, budgets, projects and/or leading teams is required

·         Demonstrated management experience with a refugee serving/processing agency(s) preferred.

Knowledge/Skills:

·         Thorough knowledge and comprehensive understanding of the US Refugee Admissions Program and WRAPS database.

·         Detailed knowledge of case processing SOPs and the role of WRAPS in case processing.

·         Advanced computer knowledge, specifically with MS Access, MS Outlook, MS Excel and other statistical analysis programs.

·         Strong English communication skills, both oral and written.

·         Strong analytical skills and excellent report-generation skills with the ability to understand, process and document information for a variety of audiences.

·         Strong supervisory skills and understanding of performance management systems.

·         Excellent organizational and time management skills.

Abilities:

The Programs Project Manager must have the ability to:

·         work and make decisions independently and contribute to overall operations at management levels;

·         travel in sub-Saharan Africa on short notice and under sometimes difficult conditions to meet demands of a dynamic operational program

·         communicate effectively both verbally and in writing;

·         follow instructions with a positive and receptive attitude;

·         deal effectively and courteously with a large number of associates, outside agencies, refugees and members of the general public;

·         conduct oneself in a professional and courteous manner to represent the best interests of RSC Africa and CWS;

·         maintain a high performance standard with attention to detail.

·         carry out all of the duties of the position efficiently and effectively with minimal supervision;

·         work independently and contribute to overall operations of RSC Africa.

·         take initiative in the development and completion of projects within the specified timeframe;

·         maintain strict confidentiality with RSC Africa administrative and operational information;

·         manage a large and diverse workload under pressure with competing priorities;

·         work well as a team in a multi-cultural environment while maintaining a high level of motivation.

·         effectively manage RSC Africa’s resources; and

·         actively participate in the implementation of the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP).

How to Apply:

Please click the below link to apply directly online to this position.

Field Processing Supervisor

The Resettlement Support Center (CWS RSC Africa) operates a US refugee resettlement program in sub-Saharan Africa through a Cooperative Agreement with the Department of State/Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration. CWS RSC Africa is responsible for the preparation of refugee case files for adjudication by US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) officers, as well as the out-processing and cultural orientation of all approved cases.

CWS RSC Africa is administered by the Church World Service Immigration Refugee Program (CWS/IRP) and is based in Nairobi, Kenya, with a sub-office in Pretoria, South Africa.

Duties

Compliance

·         Ensures all refugee case processing functions within the Field Processing Department strictly adhere to the DOS/BPRM, USCIS, RPC, CWS and RSC Africa policies, guidelines and procedures.

·         Ensures development, implementation, dissemination and monitoring of standard operating procedures (SOPs) for processing of refugees eligible for the US Refugee Admissions Program in sub-Saharan Africa and specifically ensures their designated SOP is up to date and adhered to.

·         Demonstrates ability to conduct field processing activities including pre-screening, AOR screening, visa interviews and adjudications functions.

·         Conducts job function observations of field processing staff to ensure compliance is met and identify any areas of improvement or training needs.

·         Identifies and assists with regular process reviews to compare requirements vs. current processing and outputs.

·         Travels to field locations to monitor processing, conduct performance evaluations and meet with partners and vendors.

·         Facilitates DNA testing for P3 applicants as needed.

Data Management and Analysis

·         Ensures RSC circuit rides are planned, revised and updated as needed until confirmed, and staff are prepared while ensuring all functions are completed in the most operationally responsible manner.

·         Closely monitor the movement of cases through the Pre-USCIS pipeline, ensuring cases are being processed and presented according to USRAP priorities.

·         Acts as the point person for staff inquiries relating to processing a case.

·         Develops reports and quality control checks that ensure accuracy and efficiency as well as their use.

·         Establishes effective communication systems regarding data and ensures reports are accurate and efficient.

·         Assists with annual plan and strategic planning goals as communicated by the Field Processing Coordinator.

Representation

·         Develops and maintains effective relationships with RSC implementing partners, including PRM, USCIS, IOM, UNHCR, RPC and domestic Resettlement Agencies.

·         Leads circuit rides and ensures all logistics are effective and are meeting the goals of the planned circuit ride.

·         Ensures partner communication from the department is professional, timely and proactive.

·         Represents organizational policies and culture to staff.

·         Ensures the workforce is professional when representing CWS/RSC Africa to refugees, partners, the funder and colleagues.

Performance Management

·         Provides direct supervision and leadership to Field Processing staff, including yearly performance evaluations, developing job descriptions, participating in hiring and coordinating leave.

·         Develops and implement training modules for Field Processing staff, in coordination with the Training unit, and ensure that staff receive cross training on different aspects of refugee processing, and that they are monitored and evaluated.

·         Trains Senior Caseworks and Caseworkers on their essential job duites.

·         Ensures that QCs are being conducted and feedback is being provided to staff and/or other departments.

·         Ensures coaching, mentoring, feedback and corrective action plans are being carried out where needed.

·         Ensures establishment of performance expectations and communication, on-boarding and training.

·         Develops performance management systems that support consistency in work outputs.

·         Evaluates and assesses training needs of Field Processing and takes the lead in organizing and providing trainings on a regular basis.

·         Monitors staff time and attendance.

Staff Care

·         Monitors and ensure a safe, healthy and professional work environment.

·         Ensures direct reports are accessing and using their benefits appropriately including leave.

·         Actively support staff by promoting safe space, open-door and the escalation policy.

·         Establish and communicate clear expectations to staff to foster a predictable and consistent work environment.

·         Ensures staff are safe in the field by coordinating with the RSC Staff Security Coordinator and disseminating information related to safety to staff in the field.

Program Administration

·         Ensures the deployment of Field Processing staff and resources to ensure timely flow of cases, in coordination with Programs Management.

This position also undertakes other duties as assigned by CWS/RSC Africa Management.

Qualifications

·         Bachelor’s Degree or four (4) years of paid work experience in lieu of a Bachelor’s Degree required.

·         Five (5) years of paid work experience is required.

·         One (1) year supervisory experience is required.

·         Five (5) years USRAP experience is preferred.

Knowledge/Skills:

·         Thorough knowledge of the US Refugee Admissions Program and WRAPS database.

·         Strong verbal and written English language skills.

·         Demonstrated computer skills, especially Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Access.

·         Excellent organizational and time management skills.

·         Meticulous attention to detail.

Abilities:

The Field Team Supervisor must have the ability to:

·         supervise field staff to ensure policies and procedures are implemented and executed in accordance with guidelines and standard operating procedures;

·         travel as needed in sub-Saharan Africa on short notice and often under difficult conditions to meet demands of a dynamic operational program;

·         pass a job knowledge assessment in order to be confirmed at the end of probation;

·         maintain a job knowledge assessment score of 80% or higher, demonstrated through semi-annual assessments;

·         accurately type 40 WPM at 96% accuracy;

·         maintain a high performance standard with attention to detail, completing tasks within set timeframes;

·         communicate effectively both verbally and in writing;

·         follow instructions from the Supervisor with a positive and receptive attitude;

·         exercise good judgement and seek guidance as appropriate when confronted with unanticipated problems;

·         deal effectively and courteously with a large number of associates, outside agencies, refugees and members of the general public;

·         conduct oneself in a professional and courteous manner to represent the best interests of RSC Africa and CWS/IRP;

·         maintain a high performance standard with attention to detail;

·         carry out all of the duties of the position efficiently and effectively with minimal supervision;

·         work independently and contribute to overall operations of CWS RSC Africa;

·         take initiative in the development and completion of multiple projects at the same time;

·         lead others and address issues as they arise;

·         maintain strict confidentiality with CWS RSC Africa administrative and operational information;

·         manage a large and diverse workload under pressure with competing priorities;

·         analyse and solve complex problems and make sound decisions;

·         work well as a team in a multi-cultural environment while maintaining a high level of motivation

·         effectively manage RSC Africa’s resources;

·         manage leave forms, cash advances and report expenses accurately;

·         actively participate in the implementation of the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP) in Africa;

·         be flexible with changing of daily duties as needed.

How to Apply:

Please click the below link to apply directly online to this position.

Child Protection Specialist

The Resettlement Support Center (CWS RSC Africa) operates a US refugee resettlement program in sub-Saharan Africa through a Cooperative Agreement with the Department of State/Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration. CWS RSC Africa is responsible for the preparation of refugee case files for adjudication by US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) officers, as well as the out-processing and cultural orientation of all approved cases. CWS RSC Africa is administered by the Church World Service Immigration Refugee Program (CWS/IRP) and is based in Nairobi, Kenya, with a sub-office in Pretoria, South Africa.

Duties

·         Provides training on interviewing, completion of the minor questionnaire, and analysis of the BID.

·         Drafts SOPs on minor processing and monitor implementation of SOPs.

·         Monitors weekly minor reports to identify urgent cases and to move cases more quickly through the pipeline.

·         Liaises with UNHCR, PRM, CIS, RPC and RAs on issues related to minors.

·         Determines, in conjunction with other partners, the best resettlement options for all minors other than M1 and M5. When necessary, counsels minors (and their non-parent guardians) about the various resettlement options available, the realities of life in the US, and benefits of the refugee foster care program, etc.

·         Serves as focal point and provides technical expertise for field team staff during circuit rides.

·         When the child is at immediate risk, coordinates with other partners to ensure appropriate action is taken.

·         Drafts regular reports and analysis and submits quantitative and qualitative data from a wide range of sources.

Qualifications

·         Bachelor’s Degree or four (4) years of paid work experience in lieu of a Bachelor’s Degree is required.

·         Master’s degree preferred.

·         Five (5) years of paid work experience is required.

·         Two (2) years of related experience in child protection in refugee contexts is required.

·         Overseas experience in a developing country is preferred.

·         Second language an advantage; Somali, French, Amharic, Kinyarwanda, Kiswahili or Arabic preferred.

·         Experience with overseas processing or US Refugee Resettlement preferred.

Knowledge/Skills:

·         Through knowledge of the US Refugee Admissions Program and WRAPS database.

·         Strong verbal and written English language skills.

·         Demonstrated computer skills, especially Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook.

·         Strong organizational and time management skills.

·         High level of professionalism especially with partners.

·         Meticulous attention to detail.

Abilities:

The Child Protection Specialist must have the ability to:

·         work as part of team in a multi-cultural environment;

·         take initiative in formulating procedures and training plans to improve operations;

·         ensure policies and procedures are implemented and executed in accordance with guidelines and standard operating procedures;

·         deal effectively and courteously with a large number of associates, outside agencies, refugees and members of the general public;

·         travel extensively throughout the regions, sometimes on short notice and under difficult conditions;

·         travel in sub-Sahara Africa on short notice and under difficult conditions to meet demands of a dynamic operational program;

·         maintain a high performance standard with attention to detail;

·         communicate effectively both verbally and in writing;

·         follow instructions from the Supervisor with a positive and receptive attitude;

·         exercise good judgement and seek guidance as appropriate when confronted with unanticipated problems;

·         conduct oneself in a professional and courteous manner to represent the best interests of RSC Africa and CWS/IRP;

·         carry out all of the duties of the position efficiently and effectively with minimal supervision;

·         work independently and contribute to overall operations of RSC Africa;

·         take initiative in the development and completion of projects;

·         lead others and address issues as they arise;

·         maintain strict confidentiality with RSC Africa administrative and operational information;

·         manage a large and diverse workload under pressure with competing priorities;

·         analyze and solve complex problems and make sound decisions;

·         work well as a team in a multi-cultural environment while maintaining a high level of motivation;

·         effectively manage RSC Africa’s resources;

·         actively participate in the implementation of the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP)

How to Apply:

Please click the below link to apply directly online to this position.

Senior Caseworker

The Resettlement Support Center (CWS RSC Africa) operates a US refugee resettlement program in sub-Saharan Africa through a Cooperative Agreement with the Department of State/Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration. CWS RSC Africa is responsible for the preparation of refugee case files for adjudication by US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) officers, as well as the out-processing and cultural orientation of all approved cases.

CWS RSC Africa is administered by the Church World Service Immigration Refugee Program (CWS/IRP) and is based in Nairobi, Kenya, with a sub-office in Pretoria, South Africa.

Qualifications

·         Bachelor’s Degree or four (4) years of paid work experience in lieu of a Bachelor’s degree is required.

·         Two (2) years of paid work experience is required.

·         Casework or previous resettlement experience is preferred.

·         Prior USRAP Field Processing experience preferred.

Knowledge/Skills:

·         Second language an advantage; French, Somali, Tigrinya, Amharic, Kinyarwanda or Arabic preferred.

·         Demonstrated computer skills, especially Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.

·         Strong organizational and time management skills.

·         Strong verbal and written English language skills.

Abilities:

The Senior Caseworker must have the ability to:

·         travel extensively throughout the regions, sometimes on short notice and under difficult conditions;

·         accurately type 40 word per minute at 96% accuracy;

·         pass the regularly administered job knowledge assessments at 80% or higher;

·         communicate effectively both verbally and in writing;.

·         follow instructions from the Supervisor with a positive and receptive attitude;

·         deal effectively and courteously with a large number of associates, outside agencies, refugees and members of the general public;

·         conduct oneself in a professional and courteous manner to represent the best interests of RSC Africa and CWS/IRP;

·         maintain a high performance standard with attention to detail;

·         carry out all of the duties of the position efficiently and effectively with minimal supervision;

·         work independently and contribute to overall operations of RSC Africa;

·         take initiative in the development and completion of projects;

·         lead others and address issues as they arise;

·         maintain strict confidentiality with RSC Africa administrative and operational information;

·         manage a large and diverse workload under pressure with competing priorities;

·         analyze and solve complex problems;

·         work well as a team in a multi-cultural environment while maintaining a high level of motivation;

·         effectively manage RSC Africa’s resources;

·         actively participate in the implementation of the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP) in Africa

How to Apply:

Please click the below link to apply directly online to this position.

Resettlement Officer

The Resettlement Support Center (CWS RSC Africa) operates a US refugee resettlement program in sub-Saharan Africa through a Cooperative Agreement with the Department of State/Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration. CWS RSC Africa is responsible for the preparation of refugee case files for adjudication by US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) officers, as well as the out-processing and cultural orientation of all approved cases.

CWS RSC Africa is administered by the Church World Service Immigration Refugee Program (CWS/IRP) and is based in Nairobi, Kenya, with a sub-office in Pretoria, South Africa.

Duties

·         Conducts resettlement interviews with identified cases in line with UNHCR Resettlement Guidelines and country-specific Standard Operating Procedures.

·         Makes assessments and contributes towards identifying resettlement cases, including conducting profiling, case identification, verification, and complete the UNHCR Resettlement Registration Form (RRFs) for the identified cases in accordance with the relevant standards and requirements.

·         Travels on deployments to UNHCR locations, often on short notice.

·         Completes and updates all case files and database records as per UNHCR guidelines.

·         Submits regular reports to ARDU Manager in line with deployment goals and objectives.

·         Maintains current knowledge of refugee situations and population served in sub-Saharan Africa.

·         Actively participates as a member of the UNHCR team; and complies with UNHCR’s security requirements.

·         In field, undertakes additional related duties as agreed upon by the ARDU Manager, UNHCR Supervisor and deployee.

·         In field, (if US passport holder) conducts AOR interviews and collects DNA as agreed upon by the ARDU Manager, Field Processing Coordinator.

·         Contributes to the development of deployment training topics, procedures and implementation.

·         Undertakes additional assigned duties to support ARDU, including administrative tasks not limited to: data entry, data analysis and research.

Qualifications

·         Bachelor’s Degree in a related field of study (preferable focus in international affairs, law, refugee law, human rights or social work) or four years of paid work experience is required.

·         Master’s Degree in a related field of study preferred (preferable focus in international affairs, law, refugee law, human rights or social work).

·         Two (2) years’ of paid work experience is required.

·         Six (6) months related experience is required, including in a developing country in a relevant work area (e.g. assisting refugees in a resettlement context, casework, preparing refugee resettlement referrals, etc.).

Knowledge/Skills:

·         Demonstrated knowledge of UNHCR/USRAP and resettlement processes.

·         Knowledge of international legal framework governing refugees, human rights/human rights law preferred.

·         Written and spoken fluency in English; secondary language skills, such as French, Arabic and other African regional languages (other than Kiswahili) required.

·         Excellent interviewing and counseling skills.

·         Excellent drafting, writing and analytical skills.

·         Previous assessment/monitoring and evaluations skills preferred.

·         Strong interpersonal and diplomacy skills.

·         Strong computer skills, in particular Microsoft Office.

·         Excellent organizational and time management skills.

·         Work experience with UNHCR or any other deployment scheme.

Abilities:

The Resettlement Officer must have the ability to:

·         work effectively with partners and teams;

·         remain collegial and flexible, including managing heavy workload under pressure;

·         travel in sub-Saharan Africa on short notice and sometimes under difficult conditions, including refugee camps;

·         work under deadline

·         communicate effectively both verbally and in writing;

·         follow instructions from the Supervisor with a positive and receptive attitude;

·         deal effectively and courteously with a large number of associates, outside agencies, refugees and members of the general public;

·         conduct oneself in a professional and courteous manner to represent the best interests of RSC Africa and CWS/IRP;

·         maintain a high performance standard with attention to detail;

·         carry out all of the duties of the position efficiently and effectively with minimal supervision;

·         work independently and contribute to overall operations of RSC Africa;

·         take initiative in the development and completion of projects;

·         lead others and address issues as they arise;

·         maintain strict confidentiality with RSC Africa administrative and operational information;

·         manage a large and diverse workload under pressure with competing priorities;

·         analyze and solve complex problems and make sound decisions;

·         work well as a team in a multi-cultural environment while maintaining a high level of motivation;

·         effectively manage RSC Africa’s resources;

·         actively participate in the implementation of the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP)

How to Apply:

Please click the below link to apply directly online to this position.

Kenya: Regional (multi-country) National Ownership and Health Financing Lead, WISH Lot 2

Organization: Options Consultancy Services
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 15 Oct 2018

We’re seeking an experienced individual to join our team based in Nairobi, who will be successfully leading on national ownership and health financing across Lot 2 of the UK-Aid funded Women’s Integrated Sexual Health (WISH) programme. The successful individual will provide excellent leadership and support to WISH Lot 2 teams and consultants based across Asia and Africa, and enable us to achieve above and beyond key performance indicators.

Responsibilities

The Regional (multi-country) National Ownership and Health Financing Lead will be responsible for leading and coordinating the approach to achieving national ownership across WISH Lot 2 countries. The successful applicant will engage with consortium partners to ensure alignment and buy-in to the overarching approach to national ownership.

The Regional National Ownership Lead will provide technical, strategic and management backstopping support to the National Ownership Leads based in Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Madagascar, Bangladesh and Pakistan. The successful candidate will also ensure learning as well as tools and approaches are used to inform roll-out of national ownership interventions in the rest of the Lot 2 countries.

Person specification

To succeed in this role, you will have:

· At least a Master’s Degree in public health, health economics, health management or a related field.

· Significant experience in a senior role in the provision of technical assistance for health including remote support.

· Considerable experience in leading the delivery of donor-funded programmes, particularly those funded by DFID.

· Relevant and demonstrable experience in domestic financing and/or strengthening policy and legislation, using evidence to hold the government to account for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) outcomes and promote quality control and standards of service provision and care programmes settings.

See the Job Description for more details: https://options.co.uk/jobs/regional-multi-country-national-ownership-and-health-financing-lead

About the programme and Options

Options Consultancy Services Limited was established in 1992 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marie Stopes International. We are a consultancy organisation providing technical and management expertise in the health and social sectors to governments and international development partners to transform the health of women and children. We provide information, expertise and influence to governments, health workers, NGOs and businesses to catalyse change so that health services can be accessed by the people who need them most.

WISH Lot 2 is led by the International Planned Parenthood Foundation (IPPF) with the following consortium partners: Options (national ownership lead); Marie Stopes International (service delivery partner); International Rescue Committee (service delivery partner); Development Media International (social norm and behaviour change lead) and Handicap International (inclusion of disabilities).

Our approach to National Ownership comprises of four strategies: increase government commitment to SRH outcomes through domestic financing; use evidence-based advocacy and effective partnerships to strengthen policy and legislation; use evidence to hold the government to account for SRH outcomes and; promote quality control and standards of service provision and care.

Benefits include

· Basic salary will include the following allowances and benefits: housing, transportation and meals.

· 25 days Annual Leave per year in addition to Kenyan public holidays.

· Employer 5% pension contribution

· Medical insurance

· 13th month bonus pro rata

· Relocation package for international applicants can be considered

Other information

· Options is an equal opportunities employer

· Overseas candidates require to have the right to work in Kenya.

How to apply:

Application process

· To apply, please send your CV with a summary note of your skills and experience to Michael Cavanagh at wish@options.co.uk. Candidates should state the role (Regional National Ownership Lead WISH Lot 2) in the subject header.

· Closing date for applications is: Applications will be reviewed and invited to interviews on a rolling basis.

· Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for an interview. Interviews will be organised directly with shortlisted applicants on a rolling basis.

Kenya: RE-ADVERTISEMENT : Executive Assistant/Chief of Staff

Organization: RefuSHE
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 25 Sep 2018

Position Overview:

The main purpose of this role will be to offer management and support services to the office of the Country Director in a bid to enhance efficiency and service delivery both to the CD, internal and external clients.

Duties & Responsibilities:

1. Communication/ Information dissemination

  • Communicates directly, and on behalf of the CD, with other senior management staff, stakeholders, employees, and others, on matters related to the CD's programmatic initiatives.
  • Provides a bridge for smooth communication between the CD, internal departments and external client’s e.g The Board, partners, government bodies etc all in a bid to ensure transparent information flow to and from the CD’s Office.
  • Reviews correspondence and drafts responses for the CD as appropriate by fact-checking all

Communications, editing and proof-reading key documents as required.

  • Assists in the preparation of documentation for Board meetings, follows up on

Correspondence related to the CD‘s meetings with funders, partners, and key staff.

  • Supports managers in their communications and raising critical issues with the CD, and follows through to ensure that they receive necessary and timely responses and guidance.
  • Acts as eyes and ears to the CD by identifying and alerting him on potential problems or difficulties with program implementation in time for him to act effectively

2. Maintenance of Calendar/Meeting facilitator

  • Works closely and effectively with the CD to keep him well informed of upcoming commitments and responsibilities, following up appropriately.
  • Acts as a "barometer," by having a sense of the issues taking place on the ground and keeping the CD updated.
  • Completes a variety of administrative tasks for the CD including: managing an extremely active calendar of appointments; completing expense reports; composing and preparing correspondence that is sometimes confidential; arranging complex and detailed travel plans, itineraries, and agendas; and compiling documents for meetings.
  • Plans, coordinates and ensures the CD's schedule is followed and respected. Provides "**gatekeeper**" and "**gateway**" role, creating win-win situations for direct access to the CD's time and office.
  • Enforces rules for scheduling of meetings with the CD, and is capable of saying no to requests
  • Works closely with staff to schedule, invite and prepare participants to attend meetings initiated by the CD.
  • Prepares briefings for the CD’s meetings
  • Captures main take-away points at key meetings, and works to ensure follow up and monitors progress of next steps
  • Represents the CD in meetings and events as authorized by him.

3. Project management

  • Handles matters expeditiously, proactively, and follows-through on projects to successful completion, often with deadline pressures.
  • Supports the CD in monitoring & managing what’s happening in all programs
  • Develops and maintain an inventory of the key projects in which the CD’s awareness and involvement is necessary
  • Works with key staff to ensure the CD’s needs are conveyed, Project implementation is done in a timely fashion, and that demands on the CD’s schedule are understood /agreed on and at the same time, conveys the needs of these individuals and their departments to the CD for the requisite support to be accorded.
  • Oversees (assess, plan, execute) special assignments and projects for the CD in support of

Institutional priorities.

4. Research, Reporting & Record Maintenance

  • Conducts research, prepares analytical reports & assists the CD in developing reports, Presentations, speeches, publications, and educational materials.
  • Prioritizes, and follows up on incoming issues and concerns addressed to the CD, including those of a sensitive or confidential nature. Determines appropriate course of action, referral, or response
  • Drafts reports & correspondences on behalf of the CD
  • Identifies and provides information and recommendations to the CD on issues and opportunities that could impact the organization’s agenda and the successful execution of

the CD’s commitments.

  • Provides historical reference by developing and utilizing filing and retrieval systems, recording meeting discussions etc.
  • Prepares reports by collecting and analyzing information.

5. Advisor

• Ensures the CD receives adequate information regarding different issues, for ease of decision making

• Diplomatically talks the CD out of bad ideas by pointing out consequences or bringing in new perspectives

• Serve as an ‘honest broker’ by understanding the preferences of the CD & ensuring he receives a full range of perspectives

  • Set a process for monitoring potential risks & developing proactive policies to mitigate against the risks in question.

Crisis Management

• Acts as the primary person to inform the CD of crisis

• Develops plans for emergences/a standard process for managing crises, including creating an ad hoc team to address the specifics of an emergency;

• Tactically rations and manages the CD’s visibility in crisis (personal presence shows concern

and shows who is in charge)

Qualifications, Skills & Competencies

• Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, communication/PR or any other related field

• At least 3 years’ experience in a similar position, experience working in the NGO field is a plus

• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the CD, other members of the leadership team, the Board and committee members

• Must be well polished & cultured.

• Excellent presentation & report writing Skills.

• Must be computer proficient especially in Microsoft products including but not limited to PowerPoint

• Excellent scheduling, Organization and Time Management skills

• Proven ability to handle confidential and sensitive materials and situations

• Must be flexible in work hours and assignments

• Strong strategic and analysis skills, excellent problem-solving capacity

• Must be able to interact with a culturally and ethnically diverse population of beneficiaries, staff, and stakeholders

• Ability to maintain organized records and filing systems

• Ability to maintain confidentiality and conduct self with honesty and integrity

How to apply:

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Ps: This is a re-advertisement and therefore, candidates who had previously applied need not to re-apply.

Your application should be sent to the address below indicating the position applied for in the email subject by close of business Tuesday, 25th September 2018. 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, one of which should be your current supervisor.

Ps: Please note that Heshima Kenya does not charge any fees for receiving or processing job applications. Heshima Kenya is an equal opportunity employer.

NB. All applications should only be sent through the email provided.

Heshima Kenya/ RefuSHE

P.O Box 63192 – 00619 Nairobi Kenya

Email: hr2016@heshimakenya.org

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Kenya: CONSULTANCY CALL FOR DEVELOPMENT OF POLICY BRIEFS

Organization: Africa Platform for Social Protection
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 20 Sep 2018

1.0 Background.

The Africa Platform for Social Protection, with support from the Freidrich Ebert Stiftung Zambia Office is implementing a project on Rights Based Social Protection in Sub-Saharan Africa. The two organizations envision a continent where Social Protection is embedded in law and policies, therefore elevated into a right and not a token and subsequently fully protected. The project works with governments in Africa, grassroots groups, national organizations, regional and continental bodies in an effort to achieve this objective.

This project is anchored on UN basic human right statutes that the poorest people know their rights and have the ability to advocate/claim them given an enabling environment. The project also recognizes the need for human rights obligations to be enforced and implemented to promote the establishment of Social Protection systems that cushion children, Youth, women, men, persons with Disabilities and older persons against risks of impoverishment in situations of risks and vulnerability.

2.0 Scope of the Work.

APSP requires the services of a consultant to develop policy briefs on the legal environment on social assistance in Kenya, including identification of gaps and recommendations for review of the Social assistance Act 2017. The policy briefs will draw from the legal analysis conducted by APSP. Specifically, the consultant will:

  1. Summarize the findings of the legal analysis on social assistance in Kenya.
  2. Simplify the content on gaps in the Social Assistance Bill 2017
  3. Identify and bring out clarity of the proposed recommendations for the review of the Social assistance Act 2017. The consultant should make them clear and precise.
  4. Review the draft as agreed by APSP and its partners.

3.0 Duration of the Contract

This work is expected to take place between 23rd – 28th September 2018.

4.0 Expected output.

A policy brief on the legal processes on social assistance in Kenya and the gaps in the Social Assistance Bill 2017.

5.0 Qualifications of the Consultant.

  • Either a degree in Law or communication.
  • At least 5 years professional experience in drafting legal documents for legal and policy advocacy.
  • Excellent writing, communication and presentation skills.
  • Vast experience in working with Civil Society Organizations

How to apply:

Interested parties are requested to submit a proposal containing both technical and financial aspects based on the specific tasks as outlined above to info@africapsp.org by the close of business 20th September 2018. We regret that due to the high volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted