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Kenya: Agricultural Extension Officer

Organization: Action Africa Help – International
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 14 Jul 2018

The Somalia programme of Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is recruiting an Agricultural Extension Officer, who will support in building the capacity of AAH-I livelihood project staff by providing agricultural extension advice. S/He will ensure that the approaches used during implementation are accurate and
effective, conforming to the global best practice while staying relevant to the context of the project.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide relevant training and skills development to community members on conservation agriculture and on-farm water management
  • Lead stakeholder dialogue and consultation meetings with project communities
  • Coordinate the establishment of kitchen gardens and scaling of successful approaches
  • Provide agriculture extension service support to focal farming households
  • Support the development of increased market linkages for focal farming households
  • Prepare field visit reports
  • Coordinate and liaise with other stakeholders in the project implementation
  • Advise farmers to adopt best farming practices
  • Represent AAH-I in the cluster/donor meetings

Download the complete job advert.

How to apply:

Interested candidates should email application letter and CV (with 3 referees) addressed to recruitke@actionafricahelp.org to be received by 14 July, 2018. The email Subject Line must show
the job title of the position applied for. AAH-I is an equal-opportunity employer. We thank
candidates for their high interest in the opportunities we publish on our website. Due to the high
number of applications we receive, we will only get back to shortlisted candidates.

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Kenya: Communications Volunteer – Nairobi

Organization: Amnesty International
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 10 Jul 2018

Programme: Office: Regional Office for East Africa, the Horn and the Great Lakes

Team: Communications

Duration: 6 months

Hours/Days per week: Minimum of 3 days per week, 5 days preferred.

Location: Nairobi, Kenya

Languages required – fluent English

Brief description of the team:

We are looking for a volunteer to work with the Communications team for six months, for at least three days a week and preferably five days. The Communications team is part of the East Africa, the Horn and Great Lakes Regional Office and is responsible for Amnesty International's media outreach and content in the region.

Although the volunteer's role will be supervised, he/she will be expected to work independently, use their initiative and manage their own tasks. Willingness to undertake some routine administrative tasks is crucial. Projects will be devised by the team in collaboration with the volunteer, which will aim to assist the team in fulfilling its strategic objectives, while making the best use of the volunteer's own skills, interests and experience. Please note this is an unpaid position, however we will provide an allowance for travel and lunch.

Undertaking a volunteer opportunity at Amnesty International, one of the world's leading human rights organizations, can provide valuable experience and you will receive work references at the completion of your assignment.

However, please note that a volunteer opportunity does not lead directly to employment with Amnesty International.

Responsibilities

  • Monitoring of news article hits where Amnesty International has been mentioned and released outputs from the Regional Office.
  • Support in drafting content with country teams in line with upcoming and ongoing campaigns.
  • Support in preparation of multi-media content.
  • Supporting content management on social media platforms.
  • Support in content analytics.
  • Assist in set up for media interviews.

Qualifications and skills

  • Bachelor's Degree in Communications Studies or Journalism.
  • Experience in a media, communications, or social media organisation
  • Very good IT skills and familiarity with the use of databases.
  • Good organisational skills.
  • Verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to interact with people of all walks of life with good problem solving skills.
  • Ability to use graphics design software and video editing suites is an added advantage.

NB: Only applicants who have eligibility, i.e. Kenyan citizens or foreign students with a right to study and work in Kenya, will be considered for the above post.

How to apply:

Please follow this link to apply: http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=aGVucmlldHRhLnlhbmtzb24uOTg2MjAuMzgzMEBhbW5lc3R5LmFwbGl0cmFrLmNvbQ

Kenya: Associate Quantity Surveyor

Organization: UNOPS
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 03 Jul 2018

Background Information – Job-specific

East Africa Hub Design Service Unit (DSU) offers services that are complimentary to the front end of any physical infrastructure project including, feasibility studies, construction assessments, developing standard systems and manuals for infrastructure development with local government counterparts, detailed construction design and documentation with Bill of Quantity and specification. It offers complete turnkey design solutions to serve its clients’ needs.

The Quantity Surveyor Associate shall be responsible for assisting the Quantity Surveyor to ensure timely, cost effective and quality delivery of the projects.

Functional Responsibilities

Under the overall supervision of the DSU Project Manager and under direct supervision of the Quantity Surveyor, the Quantity Surveyor Associate will assist the Quantity Surveyor in performing the following tasks:

  • Taking-off and calculation of quantities from architectural and structural drawings and details
  • Assist the lead Quantity Surveyor in preparation of detailed Bills of Quantities
  • Assist the lead Quantity Surveyor in preparation of valuation for contractors’ payments
  • Assist the lead Quantity Surveyor in preparation of valuation of variations if required for on-going DSU construction projects
  • Assist the lead Quantity Surveyor in preparation of preliminary cost estimates
  • Assist in developing bid and or pre-qualification list as well as responding to and negotiating bids
  • When required, assist the procurement team in evaluation of bids and writing tender reports
  • Support the assistant Quantity Surveyor for collecting and maintaining construction cost data
  • Support the the assistant Quantity Surveyor with drafting specifications and requirements
  • Support the the assistant Quantity Surveyor for filing of Design Service Unit documentation

Monitoring and Progress Controls

  • Knowledge and capacity to prepare Bills of Quantities for building works to professional and accurate standards to be reviewed by the Quantity Surveyor.
  • Ability to prepare appropriate reports as required to be reviewed by the Quantity Surveyor.

Education

Secondary education is required or;
Relevant professional diploma with additional 5 years of relevant working experience or;
Bachelor’s degree with additional 3 years in Quantity Surveying, Civil Engineering or any other related field

Experience

  • 7 years of relevant working experience is required.
  • Experience working with UN or other Humanitarian/Development agencies is an asset.

Competencies

  • Integrity and Inclusion: Treats all individuals with respect; responds sensitively to differences and encourages others to do the same. Upholds organizational and ethical norms. Maintains high standards of trustworthiness. Role model for diversity and inclusion.
  • Leading Self and Others: Acts as a positive role model contributing to the team spirit. Collaborates and supports the development of others. For people managers only: Acts as positive leadership role model, motivates, directs and inspires others to succeed, utilizing appropriate leadership styles.
  • Partnering: Demonstrates understanding of the impact of own role on all partners and always puts the end beneficiary first. Builds and maintains strong external relationships and is a competent partner for others (if relevant to the role).
  • Results and Orientation: Efficiently establishes an appropriate course of action for self and/or others to accomplish a goal. Actions lead to total task accomplishment through concern for quality in all areas. Sees opportunities and takes the initiative to act on them. Understands that responsible use of resources maximizes our impact on our beneficiaries.
  • Agility: Open to change and flexible in a fast paced environment. Effectively adapts own approach to suit changing circumstances or requirements. Reflects on experiences and modifies own behavior. Performance is consistent, even under pressure. Always pursues continuous improvements.
  • Solution focused: Evaluates data and courses of action to reach logical, pragmatic decisions. Takes an unbiased, rational approach with calculated risks. Applies innovation and creativity to problem-solving.

Effective Communication: Expresses ideas or facts in a clear, concise and open manner. Communication indicates a consideration for the feelings and needs of others. Actively listens and proactively shares knowledge. Handles conflict effectively, by overcoming differences of opinion and finding common ground.

Additional Considerations

  • Please note that the closing date is midnight Copenhagen time
  • Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.
  • Only those candidates that are short-listed for interviews will be notified.
  • Qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
  • Work life harmonization – UNOPS values its people and recognizes the importance of balancing professional and personal demands. We have a progressive policy on work-life harmonization and offer several flexible working options. This policy applies to UNOPS personnel on all contract types
  • For staff positions only, UNOPS reserves the right to appoint a candidate at a lower level than the advertised level of the post
  • The incumbent is responsible to abide by security policies, administrative instructions, plans and procedures of the UN Security Management System and that of UNOPS.

It is the policy of UNOPS to conduct background checks on all potential recruits/interns.
Recruitment/internship in UNOPS is contingent on the results of such checks.

Contract type, level and duration

Contract type: Local Individual Contractor Agreement
Contract level: LICA 7
Contract duration: 1 Year renewable subject to performance and the availability of funds
For more details about the ICA contractual modality, please follow this link:
https://www.unops.org/english/Opportunities/job-opportunities/what-we-offer/Pages/Individual-Contractor-Agreements.aspx

Background Information – UNOPS

UNOPS supports the successful implementation of its partners’ peacebuilding, humanitarian and development projects around the world. Our mission is to serve people in need by expanding the ability of the United Nations, governments and other partners to manage projects, infrastructure and procurement in a sustainable and efficient manner.

Working in some of the world’s most challenging environments, our vision is to advance sustainable implementation practices, always satisfying or surpassing our partners’ expectations.

With over 7,000 personnel spread across 80 countries, UNOPS offers its partners the logistical, technical and management knowledge they need, wherever they need it.

A flexible structure and global reach means that we can quickly respond to our partners' needs, while offering the benefits of economies of scale.

Work life harmonization: UNOPS values its people and recognizes the importance of balancing professional and personal demands. We have a progressive policy on work-life harmonization and offer several flexible working options. This policy applies to UNOPS personnel on all contract types

East Africa Hub

Located in Nairobi, Kenya, the East Africa Hub manages a growing portfolio of engagements, including associated strategic and operational risks. The East Africa sub-region currently consists of an established Operation Centre in South Sudan and a portfolio of engagements managed by the Kenya based East Africa Hub office. This includes primarily transactional projects in partnership with the Nairobi based UN Agencies UN-Habitat and UNEP, and multiple ‘operational’ projects in Somalia, Tanzania, Burundi, Uganda, Kenya and several island states.

Languages

  • Fluency in written and oral English.
  • Knowledge of second UN working language desirable.

How to apply:

Click the link below to apply

https://jobs.unops.org/Pages/ViewVacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=15822

Kenya: Processing Support Coordinator

Organization: Church World Service
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 29 Jun 2018

Job Title: Processing Support Coordinator

Grade/ Level: 10 (N)/ Level 3 Manager

Salary: Kes.201,874

Division: Programs

Section: Processing Support

CWS RSC Africa
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.

EEOC
Church World Service does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, or veteran status in employment or the provision of services.
Due to the volume of applications that we receive, only those individuals shortlisted will be contacted.

To Apply:

Valid Certificate of Good Conduct issued within the past six (6) months is required before the start of employment.

Please note CWS RSC Africa does not accept resumes for positions that are not posted. All applicants are required to submit their resume using the on-line applicant tracking system.

Eligibility List
The eligibility list established as a result of this job posting will be used for a minimum of six months or until the list is exhausted. This list will be used to fill any current and immediate future vacancies. Individuals who are interested in this position should submit their application materials now.

Communication
Please note CWS RSC Africa uses e-mail for all recruitment contacts. Please be sure to check your e-mail regularly.

Application Materials
Your application materials should clearly indicate how you meet the requirements of the position. Be sure your resume is in an easy to read format. Dates of employment on your resume should be in mm/yy format.

Primary Purpose

This position is responsible for overseeing the Processing Support Department within the Programs Division at RSC Africa. This includes coordinating workflow within the Protection, Correspondence, Public Information, Interpreter, and Training Sections, ensuring that RSC processing priorities and targets are met and that standard operating procedures are strictly followed. This position works closely with the Field Processing Coordinator, Case Processing Coordinator, Cultural Orientation Coordinator, Program Integrity Specialist, and IT Manager.

Supervision

This position directly supervises the Training Manager, Correspondence Supervisor, Interpreter Supervisor, Protection Supervisor, and Public Information Specialist.

This position reports directly to the RSC Africa Deputy Director.

Essential Duties

  1. Directly supervises the Correspondence Supervisor, Training Manager, Correspondence Supervisor, Interpreter Supervisor, Protection Supervisor, and Public Information Specialist and indirectly supervises the Senior Case Processing Assistants, Interpreter Support Assistants, Staff Trainers, WRAPS Trainer, and Protection Senior Caseworkers staff in the Processing Support Department.
  2. Ensures all refugee processing support functions adhere to USRAP, USCIS, RPC, and RSC standards and guidelines and that all refugee cases are processed in an efficient and timely manner.
  3. Coordinates processing support to ensure the integrity of RSC case processing and strict adherence to the DOS/BPRM Guidelines for the Treatment of Refugee Records.
  4. Develops, implements, disseminates and monitors standard operating procedures (SOPs) for processing and communication with refugees eligible for the US Refugee Admissions Program in sub-Saharan Africa.
  5. Implements and monitors policy changes announced by PRM, USCIS, RPC and or the RSC management and ensures compliance and accountability among RSC operations staff.
  6. Coordinates with the IT Manager / IT, RSC Staff Security Coordinator and RSC management to ensure the integrity of RSC case processing.
  7. In coordination with the Processing Support Supervisors and Manager, oversees the above units to ensure that priorities are in line with PRM and USCIS guidelines.
  8. Maintains effective relations with RSC implementing partners, including PRM, USCIS, IOM, UNHCR, RPC and domestic resettlement agencies.
  9. Acts as the point person for partner inquiries relating to public information, applicant inquiries, interpretation and applicant protection.
  10. Oversees the development and implementation of training modules for Processing Support staff, in coordination with the Case Processing Coordinator, Field Processing Coordinator, IT Manager, Program Managers, Department Supervisors and Specialist, and ensures that staff receive cross training on different aspects of refugee processing.

  11. Coordinates departmental security responsibilities, meetings and actions and liaises regularly with the Staff Security Coordinator.

  12. Ensures departmental SOPs are supported and in line with RSC Africa security policy and that staff receive relevant security training.

  13. Monitors staff time and attendance and performance.

Qualifications

Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree or four years of paid work experience in lieu of a Bachelor’s degree.
  • Master’s Degree preferred.

Experience:

  • 10 years of paid work experience is required

  • Five years of direct supervisory experience with responsibility for hiring, evaluating performance, administering corrective action and directing day to day work is required.

  • Previous management of budget and providing input into strategy discussions for the organizational unit is required.

  • Previous work experience at RSC is 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 Processing Support Coordinator 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).

Working Conditions

Physical: This position requires bending, squatting, climbing, kneeling, sitting, standing, walking, pushing/pulling, handling objects (manual dexterity), reaching above shoulder level, using fine finger movements and lifting/carrying medium loads.

Environmental: Incumbents in this position may be exposed to excessive noise, marked changes in temperature and/or humidity, dust and infectious disease, harsh weather climates, long work hours, bumpy roads, extended travel, excessive sun exposure, and non-ventilated spaces. This position is primarily in an office environment and may travel based on operational needs.

Special Requirements:

Certificate of Good Conduct is required before the start of employment. A valid passport and the ability to maintain a valid passport throughout the entire appointment is required, which includes having enough passport pages for travel. The candidate should be of good health, willing and able to travel in often difficult conditions, and have a high degree of flexibility. The candidate must have proof of Yellow Fever vaccination before traveling for RSC Africa. Employee will be entrusted with the receipt, custody and payment of money.

Licensing/Certification: None

Competencies

Communication

Ensure effective exchanges of information with others. Examples of skills and behaviors include speaking to others respectfully; expressing ideas in a logical, organized way; sharing information appropriately; and clarity and conciseness in written communication.

Relationships

Ensure constructive and supportive interactions with others. Examples of skills and behaviors include being positive and supportive when working with others; sharing information and resources freely; resolving conflict constructively; and proactively working to remove obstacles to success for others.

Job Knowledge

Utilize and apply job related knowledge to complete job tasks at a level that meets or exceeds expectations. Examples of skills and behaviors include utilizing job knowledge to solve problems or develop new approaches; maintaining or enhancing skills through continuing education; and taking on projects that will develop or enhance skills.

Teamwork

Work effectively and contribute as a member of a team. Examples of skills and behaviors include supporting other team members by sharing information; covering the work of others during absences, vacations, etc.; and actively participating in developing ideas for ways to increase team effectiveness.

Problem Solving

Analyze information and develop solutions to challenges that arise during the course of performing a job. Examples of skills and behaviors include researching and collecting facts; defining the issues and the parties affected; formulating options/solutions for addressing the problem; and engendering support for and implementing the solution.

Operational Leadership

Successfully lead a group to achieve operational goals. Examples of skills and behaviors include priority setting; timely decision making; planning and organizing; delegation; and managing and measuring work.

Building and Leading Effective Teams

Earn the respect of team members, create strong morale and spirit on the team and utilize the unique skills of all team members. Examples of skills and behaviors including managing diverse relationships; flexibility; being open and receptive; running effective team meetings; and exhibiting integrity and trustworthiness.

Strategic LeadershipAccurately anticipate future consequences and trends and translate them into the fulfillment of workable strategies and plans. Examples of skills and behaviors include problem solving; dealing with ambiguity, creativity; innovation management and business acumen.

How to apply:

Please click the link below to access the advert and be able to submit your application.

http://rscafrica.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a2d9enfozb9u?preview=1

Valid Certificate of Good Conduct issued within the past six (6) months is required before the start of employment.

Please note CWS RSC Africa does not accept resumes for positions that are not posted. All applicants are required to submit their resume using the on-line applicant tracking system.

Kenya: Senior Programs Officer- Resource Acquisition & Management ( Livelihoods & Resilience)

Organization: World Vision
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 20 Jun 2018

Purpose of the Position:

To support well-coordinated and targeted resource acquisition and donor/stakeholder engagement efforts based on WVK – L&R areas of priority. This assignment focuses on contributing to development of fundraising strategy, setting priorities, goals and budgets, researching and identifying potential donors and communicating with current donors, writing proposals, making presentations to donors and stakeholders and maintaining donor data base.

The incumbent should deliver resource growth through:-

· Building and delivering joint donor acquisition and engagement plans as part of activities supported by the Livelihoods and Resiliency Unit (Food Security, Economic Development, Environment & Climate Change)

· Design and deliver specific activities to recruit new donors;

· Design and deliver communication plans to engage and uplift existing donors

· Write concept/proposal for Food Security, Economic Development, Environment & Climate Change;

· Working with the L&R Operations team ensure timely and effective reporting to donors;
To effectively deliver this role, the incumbent will need to possess knowledge and experience with different donor guidelines and regulations to including but not limited to USAID, AUSAID, DFID, EU, UNDP, UNEP, FAO , World Bank, , COMESA and any other donors related to livelihoods and resiliency sectors.

In order to successfully do so, the Senior Programme Officer must be able to effectively communicate World Vision’s Christian ethos and demonstrate a quality of spiritual life that serves as an example to others.

Major Responsibilities:

Lead fundraising for the L&R sector 50%

· Fundraising targets for Livelihoods and Resiliency Unit set and reviewed annually in line with National office strategic priorities;

· Ensure that Concepts and proposals are written as per Donor/ Support Office guidelines and timelines (donor regulations compliance);

· Coordinate the technical inputs into the concepts and proposals;

· Concepts/proposals done in line with donor guidelines and fit into the Government ministries’ guidelines;

· Feedback mechanisms coordinated with donors;

· Fundraising data base in place to track achievement of targets;

· Coordinated contractual processes with donors, SOs or other stakeholders;

· Research new and innovative projects and ideas that will be developed further into concepts and proposals

· Ensure appropriate and smooth hand-over of any project funding to the operations for start-up and implementation;

· Maintain and update Donor database regularly;

· Update and maintain electronic Grant information on WV Central site, M Drive among others

Engagement and networking for L&R potential donors 20%

· Develop and update Engagement and Fundraising business processes within the various functions in the organization;

· Coordinate donor engagement meetings and ensure representation of WVK at all high profile meetings.

· Develop Communication plan in collaboration with communications and Private Public Partnership functions to engage existing and potential donors;

· Profile World Vision Kenya through appropriate representation with Donors , Government , Peer Organizations and other key stakeholders;

· Ensure well-coordinated linkages and liaison with Support offices

· Ensure Donor expectations and SOs are met through a well-coordinated donor promise delivery model;

· Coordinate pre-teaming, teaming process and Agreements

L&R Sector Donor attraction and retention 20%

· Maintain updated L&R Capacity Statements as per donor interests;

· Actively seek out strategic alliances with donors, NGOs, UN, governments, Support Offices, bilateral and multilateral agencies for purposes of coordination, marketing and fundraising.

· Proactively provide donor updates on existing grants and keep the donor relations on course;

· Ensure good donor and World Vision International Support Office relations by meeting all contractual obligations and achieve high quality planning and implementation levels;

· Ensure new and existing donor exposure to WVK’s impact within communities including round table meetings with leadership.

· Actively network and initiate strategic meetings between donor’s representatives and WVK.

· Coordinate development and review of appropriate sectoral marketing products for key donors

· Ensure Internal & external engagement business processes & communication protocol with Donors are updated and adhered to.

· Develop and roll out specific donor acquisition and retention strategies.

· Coordinate and ensure timely and effective reporting;

Build Capacity of WVK to enhance Resource Acquisition & Management (RAM): 5%

· Coordinate identification of WVK staff capacity gaps at all levels (NO, Regional & County) in regard to grants acquisition and donor requirements.

· Build capacity of other functional staff for effective donor engagement process;

· Coordinate the development & implementation of NO GAM capacity-building plans.

· Facilitate cap*a*city building on proposal development, donor engagement, WVK Branding and monitoring & reporting based on donor requirements.

· Roll out of GAM initiatives.

· Research, develop & implement new initiatives that make GAM function more efficient and effective;

Other 5%

· Any other duties as assigned by the supervisor or designee

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

The following may be acquired through a combination of formal or self-education, prior experience or on-the-job training:-

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in a livelihoods related sectors of Agriculture, Agricultural Economics, Horticulture, Animal Production or Forestry. A post graduate degree is an added advantage.
  • Minimum 6 years relevant experience, 3 in grant acquisition and donor engagement.
  • Have broad experience working and fundraising for Food Security, Economic Development, Environment & Climate Change with international Non-Governmental Organizations:
  • Strong grant writing skills; ability to develop quality concept notes, proposals, logical frameworks and reports under tight deadlines
  • Experience in dealing with bilateral, multi-lateral donors as well as the private sector;
  • Self-driven and adherence to timelines (able to deliver within tight timelines).
  • Computer skills especially Microsoft word and MS excel, and ability to type over 6o words per minute
  • Cross cultural experience, understanding and sensitivity.
  • Ability to motivate multi-stakeholder teams and inspire teamwork and to manage donor expectations;
  • Ability to work under tight schedules and with highly competing priorities.
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision.
  • Good presentation skills
  • Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities.

How to apply:

For more information on the job and application procedure, please visit: http://careers.wvi.org/job-opportunities-in-africa and submit your online application including a detailed CV, current and expected salary, with names of three referees. Application deadline is June 20, 2018 at midnight. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted**.**

World Vision is a child focused organization and upholds the rights and wellbeing of children. Our recruitment and selection procedures include screening and background checking for child abuse related offenses. World Vision is an equal opportunity employer.

World Vision does not use employment agencies nor does it charge money for recruitment, interviews, or medical checks. More information about vacancies can be found on our official careers page https://careers.wvi.org/.

Kenya: Senior Program Coordinator, Security Actors Programme

Organization: Green String Network
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 20 Jun 2018

Green String Network (GSN) is a Kenyan not-for-profit organization that brings together professionals and experts in the field of conflict transformation, peace building, trauma-healing practices and development of sustainable economic programs.

At GSN and as supported by research, we believe there is a direct link between trauma and the successful implementation of social wellbeing programs, security matters, economic stability, justice and governance. Over the years we have seen how the application of trauma healing practices significantly impacted individuals and communities in a positive manner. Previous interventions that have not addressed trauma among individuals and communities have tended to be less impactful than trauma-informed practices. Trauma, and the effect thereof, is largely overlooked as a critical factor when it comes to evaluating the outcomes of interventions.

We look at long-term stability and progress through a trauma lens. GSN designs training and intervention programs that recognises the existence of trauma and its effect in communities affected by long-term conflict. We incorporate strategic communication and support a learning agenda. We communicate in a culturally appropriate way and our programs have an inbuilt, evidence based research component.

GSN acknowledges that leaders in Africa and beyond are exposed to stressful and traumatic events either in their own lives or in the lives of the people they serve. We believe that a healthy and balanced leader can facilitate and animate communities and its people to be resilient in times of hardship and conflict, war or turmoil. It is in this spirit that we want to embark on a trauma-informed training program for the Kenya Police Service.

The Trauma-Informed Initiative for Security Actors project focuses on “dealing with the past” by providing police tools for re-examination of traumatic events and methods to enhance mental wellbeing and resiliency. Research suggests a link between traumatic experiences and criminal behaviour. Traumatized individuals’ negative encounters with the justice system could further exacerbate this phenomenon. Police officers need to be equipped through a self-healing process and be able to recognize the effects of trauma in the communities they serve. We believe that our program will begin to prepare the police officers for these difficult tasks.

Police officers are exposed to traumatic events as part of their occupation and who experience repeated exposure to traumatic on-the-job practices may suffer psychological problems such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). They are also exposed to stress inherent in their jobs which is considered customary, but which exceeds stress inherent in most other professions. Police respond to every suicide and fatal car accident and arguably exposed to more death and trauma than troops of war. The effects of trauma are often ignored, resulting in high levels of suicide, divorce, and addictions. Often under appreciated, these men and women help make our communities safer every day. Unfortunately working under constant stress and pressure, many police officers suffer from the effects of trauma and some become affected with PTSD. There is very little support given to police officers.

Objective 1: Support Trauma-Informed Resiliency (TIR) trainers to carry out TIR training activities with security actors; introduce the program to project stakeholders, in line with program targets and milestones

Key activities & responsibilities to achieve this objective:

· Understand project targets and milestones for the program

· Organize and supervise program trainings for targeted security actors and other stakeholders

· Support the processing of the Leahy vetting documents as required by donor funding

· Understand project targets for the TIR trainers

· Convey targets in easy to understand format to the TIR trainers

· Regularly visit, coach, spot check and give feedback to each trainer regarding their training carried out and progress against targets

· Serve as Line Manager for Project Officer(s) / Project Assistant, Interns, as appropriate

· Facilitate field team performance reviews – directly conducting 360 performance reviews for Program Officer(s), Project Assistant(s) and Interns

· Participate in recruitment panel for Project Team

· Facilitate strong staff and volunteer morale, support for self-care and positive working environment in area of operation

Objective 2: Support in the development of TIR specific training materials for security actors and the TIR certification curriculum

Key activities & responsibilities to achieve this objective:

· Organize and supervise TIR adaptation process and the TIR certification development process for targeted security actors and other stakeholders

· Track and report on the implementation of Kumekucha models by CCs, the success of CFs, and any challenges or barriers that may arise that limit or prevent their success

· Act as a linkage and “hub” between GSN and the TIR certified trainers – as a trustworthy contact person who can manage the development and expansion of successful institutional partnerships

· Maintain active relationship with national, county and local government officials, as required

Objective 3: Tracking and reporting on Kumekucha activities and results/impact

Key activities & responsibilities to achieve this objective:

· Understand and train TIR trainers on the use of the ONA reporting forms and procedures

· Maintain own tracking records using the tools in the Senior Coordinator Management Binder

o schedule of own activities (monthly workplan)

o schedule of field visits

o checklist for field visits

o monthly checklist

o up to date TIR trainer contact list

· Submit monthly reports on security actor activities (summarized) to the Director of Program and Admin on time, following up on any gaps

· Respond to requests and instruction from Director of Program and Admin, and GSN office staff or management, for provision of reports, data or other information or records of network activities

· Maintain records of trainings of and any other activities undertaken for the project

· Support new project development

· Cooperate with and actively engage with M/E and other relevant GSN staff to get up to date performance feedback from their spot-checking activities

Internal & External relationships

Internal

· Director of Admin and Programs

· Project Officer(s)

· Project Assistant(s)

· Intern(s)

· Learning Monitoring Manager and Officer(s)

· GSN Management

External

· TIR Trainers

· Officials from the Office of the President

· Official from the Kenyan Police Service

· Officials from the Local Administration

· Officials from the County Government

REPORTING RESPONSIBILITIES (which reports/documentation does this rôle produce)

· Summary of TIR training debriefing reports

· Monthly reports summarizing all security actors activities

· Any other activity reports ad hoc as required, including photographs, training report overviews and program updates

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

QUALIFICATIONS

· Post-secondary education in development studies, international relations, Psychology, Social Work, Conflict Transformation/Peacestudies, or related field.

· 3-5 years work experience in security sector programming, peacebuilding, and/or trauma-healing.

· 2-4 years management experience in complex security environment.

· Demonstrated experience working with state authorities, negotiation and mediation.

· Demonstrated ability to work and solve problems independently and effectively in remote, highly challenging locations.

· Demonstrated ability to analyze conflict, security and political contexts.

· Excellent spoken and written English and Kiswahili

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

ESSENTIAL

· Understanding of social healing and trauma-informed approaches at the an institutional level

· Excellent people and communication skills

· Respect for people and a sincere desire to help them in a healing process

· Organized, able to track own activities and those of others

· Honest, hard working and dedicated

· Interested in supporting staff self-care and wellness

· Experience in teaching and/or training

PREFERRED

· Technical peacebuilding and/or trauma-informed skills (various areas may be relevant and useful)

How to apply:

HOW TO APPLY:

Please send your Cover Letter and CV, including 3 references and salary expectations, in one file (.pdf, .doc, .docx) to jobs@green-string.org with the subject line: Senior Programme Coordinator, Security Actors

Only applications formatted as directed above will be considered. Interviews will be rolling and potentially conducted prior to closing date.

Kenya: Regional Program Development Manager – Africa

Organization: Relief International
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 13 Jul 2018

Position: Regional Program Development Manager – Africa

Location: Nairobi, Kenya, with field travel (60%)

About RI: Relief International (RI) is a home to teams of humanitarian activist-professionals committed to transforming adversity into renewal for the world’s most vulnerable populations. By partnering with beneficiaries and communities on the front-lines, RI innovatively bridges the gap between immediate relief and long-term community development.

Position Summary: Relief International currently seeks a Regional Program Development Manager (RPDM) with a focus on the Africa Region. The RPDM will be responsible for donor engagement and capture management (approximately 50%) and managing and/or assisting in proposal development (approximately 50%). The RPDM will travel (at least 60%) to field sites as well as other countries as needed. The RPDM reports to the Vice President of Program Development.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

Donor Engagement and Capture Management (approximately 50%)

  • In coordination with the regional and country teams:
  • Support development of RI strategy in Africa and ensure coordination with overall program development strategy;
  • Maintain regular engagement with donors, international organizations, national governments, foundations, etc., to track donor trends and priorities and inform HQ of upcoming program priorities;
  • Represent RI to the donor community as needed and inform donors on RI regional and country efforts;
  • Attend relevant meetings and networking events (e.g., regional and national coordination meetings, relevant RFA/P meetings, donor consultations) as needed for the performance of duties;
  • Maintain outreach with relevant international and local NGOs as well as private sector firms in order to facilitate partnerships needed for program development opportunities; and,
  • Develop capture plans and conduct completion analysis on upcoming priority proposals.

Proposal Development (approximately 50%)

  • Engage in needs assessment for project proposals as necessary;
  • Contribute to program design, for solicited and unsolicited programs, and for pilot and full scale programs;
  • Where proposals are pending with donor agencies, meet with donor officers to ensure program plans represent a good fit with donor objectives;
  • Participate in the preparation of funding proposals, including leading proposal writing efforts as well as costing efforts;
  • Track country and regional proposal efforts and report to PD team on status;
  • Support effective go/no-go decisions and cost share analysis;
  • Serve as PD focal point for the countries in Africa that RI works in;
  • Build the capacity of regional and country teams in program development; and,
  • Ensure review process and submission is completed, within submission deadlines.

In addition:

  • Undertake travel as required in the pursuit of the above tasks;
  • Prepare regular activity reports for HQ;
  • Undertake other ad hoc tasks, as instructed by HQ; and,
  • Operate within RI policy, setting an example for other field staff.

QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS:
This position demands a dynamic individual with a demonstrated ability to achieve results in a demanding and fast paced environment.

  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
  • Ability and willingness to travel to field offices.
  • MA in international relations, business administration or other relevant field
  • 5 years’ minimum experience INGO context, previous experience with USAID preferred
  • 10 years’ minimum relevant work experience with progressively increasing responsibility
  • Proven success in grant writing, net-working and liaising with field and HQ staff when necessary

Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications.

RI Values:

We uphold the Humanitarian Principles: humanity, neutrality, impartiality, and operational independence. We affirmatively engage the most vulnerable communities.

We value:

  • Inclusiveness
  • Transparency and Accountability
  • Agility and Innovation
  • Collaboration
  • Sustainability

Please note: Due to the critical nature of this position, applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and candidates will be processed prior to any closing date listed on any job board.

How to apply:

If you are interested to apply, kindly fill in your application on the link below:

http://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp01/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=RI&cws=4&rid=1198

Kenya: Technical Officer – Social Support and Linkages

Organization: IMA World Health
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 22 Jun 2018

The TO – Social Support and Linkages will work on a three-person HIV program team (cluster) to ensure the successful HIV Testing Services uptake and retention in health services for a set geographic area of the USAID–funded Afya Jijini project. Afya Jijini’s ultimate aim is to improve access and uptake of quality health services in Nairobi for the most pressing health issues, including among the most vulnerable and at risk. Building on the success of USAID’S APHIA plus Nairobi County work, the Afya Jijini Project will strengthen Nairobi County–level institutional and management capacity to deliver quality health care services. The project seeks specifically to increase access and use of HIV; family planning (FP), reproductive health (RH); maternal, neonatal and child health (MNCH); water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), and nutrition services. Based in Nairobi with frequent travel to informal settlements and health facilities in the country, s/he will work with the UHAI Team which also includes a Team Lead and M&E Officer to develop innovative and evidence driven approaches to boost uptake of and retention within services among target populations. Working in a defined geographical area, the Specialist Social Support and Linkages will work with health facilities, their catchment communities, CBO’s and other stakeholders to ensure clients access quality health services and follow up with their referrals and retain in care. The Specialist will also help plan and implement capacity strengthening approaches at the local level including trainings and mentorship models to strengthen the overall continuum of Care.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • In collaboration with the UHAI Team, lead the HTS services, social support and linkages strategies in target project areas.
  • Working with colleagues, analyze and assess the community, socio-cultural and policy environment for factors that hinder uptake and retention in health services (including referral follow – up) among target populations in Nairobi County.
  • Develop referral strategies and systems that engages both individuals and health facilities, local NGOs and other stakeholder to ensure a strong continuum of care.
  • Plan and lead trainings and other capacity strengthening activities for project staff, partners, health facilities, communities and sub county/County government. Focus on improving the quality of referral systems and follow up on project sites.
  • Prepare relevant tools and guidelines for the project in support of social support and linkages for clients.
  • Conduct frequent site visits to project health facilities and catchment communities to provide mentoring, support and supervision.
  • Complete written report, presentation, analyses and strategy reports in support of the project.
  • Integrate project social support approaches into project’s wider health systems strengthening strategic objective and ensure integration with other project technical areas.
  • Work closely with the projects Monitoring and Evaluation Team to establish systems for measuring the outcomes of social support activity interventions for routine project monitoring and special evaluations
  • Oversee HIV counselling and testing services at the project supported sites, including linkage to care of identified HIV positive clients
  • Support and strengthen appointment management system including defaulter tracing in project supported sites

  • Support and facilitate psychosocial support groups in the project supported facilities

Participate in project routine UHAI meetings regularly

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in the social behavioral sciences (community development, Sociology, Anthropology, Psychological, Health Education, nursing, medicine or Public Health required. Advance Degree a plus.

  • 5+ years of progressively responsible work experience in developing, managing and measuring health community engagement-driven programs within Kenya.

  • Experience with social mobilization and referral strategies in informal settlements and behavior change communication strategy development.

  • Demonstrated skills in designing community engagement and referral approaches that result in improved uptake of services and retention in services for one or more of the following technical areas: HIV prevention, care and treatment; MNCH;FP/RH;WASH and Nutrition.

  • Knowledge and skills in creating partnerships and strengthening referral systems that bridge health facilities and local communities for effective collaboration.

  • Experience in designing and implementing innovative strategies to successfully refer and follow up with one or more of the following priority populations: adolescent girls, sex workers, MSM, OVC, or people who inject drugs.

  • Comfortable working with local communities and working with at risk populations.

  • Experience working on U.S. government (including PEPFAR) or other large donor-funded projects required. Knowledge of PEPFAR, USG and GoK indicators for M&E for Key Population areas.

  • Proficient with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).

  • Fluent in English, Kiswahili and one or more local languages.

How to apply:

Submit applications to afyajijinihr@imaworldhealth.org

Kenya: Logistics Officer Kenya

Organization: Médecins du Monde
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 20 Jun 2018

JOB DESCRIPTION: LOGISTIC OFFICER

Mission country: Kenya and Somalia

Post location: Nairobi (with travel to Bosaso)

Line Manager: Logistics Coordinator

Starting date: 1st July 2018

Duration of the contract: 12 Months

I – Mission context

Médecins du Monde (MdM) is an international humanitarian organization whose mission is: to provide medical care for the most vulnerable populations when they are faced with crisis or exclusion from society, the world over, including France, to stimulate voluntary commitment from doctors, other health care providers, and from those whose expertise in other fields is needed for its activities, to enlist all competent support required for the achievement of its projects, to seek at all times to encourage close working relationships with populations in its care.

The goal of MdM in Kenya is to offer harm reduction and outreach services to the civilian populations Nairobi. In Somalia, MdM addresses primary healthcare programme and sexual and reproductive health for internally displaced people, migrants and host populations in Bosaso.

II- Main aims of the post

He / she will be responsible for supporting the logistics coordinator in managing the supply chain unit. The focus will be to facilitate the logistics for MdM staff and MdM premises in Nairobi as well as support to the logistics of the Harm Reduction Program. He/she will also support the Somalia program in logistics and supply chain.

He / she will ensure the following responsibilities.

Tasks and responsibilities:

Supply chain management

  • Organizes and follow the purchasing procedure (internal and external documentation, quotation, reporting) and together with the Logistics Coordinator, ensures analysis of the offers. When purchases are related to the medical activities, the process will be done together with the medical coordinator (relevance to the request, price, liability, availability and price, payment condition, delivery condition),
  • Prepares or supervises the written contracts when necessary (supply contracts, transport contracts, services contract related to his / her responsibility, etc.),
  • For any payment to be made, he/she must be able to show an external invoice to the administration department and follow the MdM procedures,

  • Stock management

  • Ensures the stock management for the coordination office and the DIC.

  • Support on the joint program stock management and follow-up (inventories, stock cards, packing list, making sure the real stock correspond to the stock records): in terms of proper usage of tools and analysis of stock consumption.

  • Maintain and update inventory list for the coordination office and the DIC.

  • Regularly check inventory levels / conducting physical counts at the coordination office and the DIC.

  • Receive orders: Check the number of packages, check packaging and content and inform the logistic coordinator, Supplier and requester of any problems (missing or damaged goods, etc.).

  • Ensure that the commodities received are well stored and update the stock cards while recording the reference number of the receipt document.

  • Ensure that all items are well organised and correctly stored, well protected, fully identified and easily accessible (cleanliness, security, access, etc.).

· Vehicles and generator management

  • Ensures vehicles allocation as per the needs of the programme;
  • Ensures that transport for people and goods (including drugs and cold chain) are organized on a timely manner;
  • Ensure the maintenance and servicing of the MdM generator.
  • Responsible for the maintenance of program vehicles and follow up of spare parts.
  • Management of drivers and ensure that drivers conduct daily/weekly vehicle checks and maintenance.
  • Supervise activities of drivers and ensure that vehicle logbooks are well maintained.
  • Fill in the vehicle monthly follow-up document and submit to the logistics coordinator on time.
  • Ensure proper movement planning for drivers and MDM staff.
  • Check and follow through fuel consumption for MDM vehicles.
  • Transmit a fuel consumption report to the logistic coordinator on a monthly basis.

Premises management

  • Ensure the maintenance and cleanliness of premises in Nairobi (coordination office and DIC).
  • Discusses and agrees with landlords of regular maintenance to be done on both part by each parties;
  • Recommends and organizes for additional improvements to the premises;
  • Support the logistics coordinator by suggesting and advising on premises management and renovation.
  • Assets and furniture management
  • Updating and maintenance of the MdM asset register
  • Registration, tagging and follow up of equipment in accordance to MdM procedures
  • Follow-up of the equipment status and documentation (use, working condition, warranty, costs).
  • Responsible for organization and follow-up of preventive maintenance & repair of equipment and assets.
  • Is responsible for the follow-up and the maintenance of cold chain facility in Nairobi.
  • Ensures the good use and maintenance of computer equipment and accessories.
  • Ensure proper allocation and follow up of equipment to MdM staff, (including recording, issuance and accountability)

Customs Clearance

· Responsible for import and export processing for Kenya office in collaboration with the Logistics Coordinator

· Support expat colleagues in shipments of personal belonging in and out of Kenya

Team management

· Supervision of logistics team (drivers, Driver Purchaser and the logistics Assistant).

· Facilitate communication with staff under his / her supervision and between the different members of the mission team on logistic issues,

· Supports the Admin team with cross cutting Log/Admin issues.

Reporting

  • Prepares and send a monthly logistics report to the Logistics Coordinator
  • Consolidates assets inventories and transmit them to AdminCo while copying the Logistics Coordinator on a monthly basis;
  • Reports any safety and security issue, incidents and near misses to the Logistics Coordinator.

III – Profile of the ideal candidate

Education

  • Desirable a Bachelor’s Degree in Logistics or Procurement and Supplies Management
  • Certification in Purchasing and Supplies Management or Logistics, is an added advantage e.g CIPS
  • MUST have a Valid driving license with practical driving experience for both manual and automatic vehicles
  • Desirable of 5 years practical experience in logistics management in an INGO
  • At least 2 years in a Logistics officer position in an NGO

Skills and qualities required

  • Proven ability to review supply demands and trends in order to develop strategies to fill identified gaps
  • Experience working with institutional donors and knowledge of their rules and regulations
  • Ability to synthesize and analyse information, and make clear, informed decisions
  • Ability to build relationships quickly with a wide range of people, both internally and externally
  • Strong planning, management and coordination skills, with the ability to organise a substantial workload comprised of complex, diverse tasks and responsibilities
  • Excellent written and spoken communication and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent computer skills in MS application software’s
  • Excellent team management skills
  • Ability to think out of the box and solve problem solving efficiently
  • Innovative and can easily work without close supervision
  • Ability to capacity build his/her subordinates
  • Sense of diplomacy and negotiation skills

If you believe you are the ideal candidate we are looking for, please submit your application with a CV and a cover letter stating your current salary and expected salary to the following email address : adminco.kensom@medecinsdumonde.net with the title Logistics Officer before 20th June 2018. 5.00pm.

How to apply:

If you believe you are the ideal candidate we are looking for, please submit your application with a CV and a cover letter stating your current salary and expected salary to the following email address : adminco.kensom@medecinsdumonde.net with the title Logistics Officer before 20th June 2018. 5.00pm.

Kenya: Internal Auditor

Organization: Childline Kenya
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 15 Jun 2018

Vacancy Announcement

Position: Internal Auditor

Vacancies: 1

Works Station: Childline Kenya, Lower Kabete, Nairobi

Length of Engagement: One year renewable

1.0 Background

Childline Kenya is a national non-government organisation working in partnership with the government of Kenya to run the only nationwide 24 hour children helpline. In addition to managing the helpline, Childline also implements a number of projects funded by a variety of development partners. It is of the utmost importance that the funds from partners are utilized in accordance with the project agreements with partners, policies and procedures of Childline Board of Directors;

It is against this background that Childline is looking for a qualified Internal Auditor.

2.0 Purpose:

The role of Internal Auditor will be to ensure that:

(a) Childline Kenya risk levels are determined;

(a) Projects are implemented in accordance with workplan of specific project agreements;

(b) Disbursements are in accordance with project agreements, Childline policies and procedures; and

(c) All transactions conformal to the Laws of Kenya.

3.0 Reporting:

The internal auditor will

(a) Report to the Board of Directors;

(b) Be an ex-officio member of the Finance and Audit Committee; and

(c) Work with Childline Kenya Executive Director on day to day basis.

4.0 Specific Duties of the Internal Auditor include:

  1. Risk Management:

1.1 Support Childline Management to develop parameters, methods, and tools for evaluating, categorizing, and prioritizing risks.

1.2 Assist in the development of the organization’s risk mitigation strategy/ plan.

1.3 Preparing and submitting quarterly reports to the Board on risk management issues including the risk register and on emerging risks.

  1. Project Support:

2.1 Ensure that funds advanced to Childline are utilized efficiently; that there is value for money; and accountability is provided for all funds advanced.

2.2 Confirm that the planned activities (service delivery, procurement, distribution, storage, infrastructural improvements, etc.) are carried out efficiently and effectively

2.3 Identify gaps and weaknesses faced in the implementation of grant activities and make recommendations to improve or address the gaps.

  1. Management and Governance:

3.1 Regularly provide the board with an opinion on the adequacy, effectiveness and efficiency of the internal controls in the organization

3.2 Regularly report to the Board on significant areas of non-compliance to organizational policy and internal controls

3.3 Actively monitor and provide feedback to the board as appropriate on the timely implementation of management or board recommendations related to financial and programme implementation

3.4 Review of organizational policies and assess system gaps to inform development of new policies and review of the existing ones

3.5 Ensure that recommendations from internal and external audits are effectively implemented for improved compliance and efficiency

5.0 Tenure and Remuneration:

(a) This is a part time contract position for a maximum of six days every quarter. The contract is initially for 12 Months and renewable.

(b) The remuneration for this position is negotiable.

6.0 Job Qualifications and Competencies

6.1 Qualifications

The preferred candidate will have:

(a) A minimum of CPA II;

(b) Minimum of five years in senior accounting or auditing position or practice

(c) Working knowledge of computerized accounting and auditing systems

Academic qualification, are an added qualification.

6.2 Competences

The preferred candidate will have:

(a) Good Report writing skills

(b) Excellent oral and written communication skills;

(d) Excellent analytical skills

(e) Good interpersonal skills:

(f) Computer literacy.

How to apply:

7.1 Interested and qualified applicants should send their applications and detailed CVs with references from at least three of their previous or current clients or employers.

7.2 The applications should be addressed to the Executive Director of Childline Kenya through vacancy@childlinekenya.co.ke not later than 15th June 2018, 5pm. 7.3 The subject of the email should be Internal Audit Application 2018.