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Kenya: Senior Compliance Officer (Ref. 2018/030)

Organization: Catholic Relief Services
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 26 Apr 2018

Department: Programming (PQ)

Band: 7

Reports To: Program Manager-Health

Country/Location: Nairobi/Kenya

Job Summary:

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) carries out the commitment of the Bishops of the United States to assist the poor and vulnerable overseas. Our Catholic identity is at the heart of our mission and operations. We welcome as a part of our staff and as partners, people of all faiths and secular traditions who share our values and our commitment to serving those in need.

CRS has worked in Kenya since 1965. Over the years, CRS’ focus shifted from direct relief and food distributions to a comprehensive development program that works with partners and enhances local capacity. CRS Kenya programs now support children affected by HIV, and community-based efforts to increase household incomes, improve family health and sanitation, and enhance agriculture livelihoods

The HIV/AIDS Service Delivery Support Activity (HSDSA) is a five-year USAID- funded project located in the Rift Valley. As a lead for the CRS HSDSA project compliance section, you will ensure project compliance with Federal Acquisition Regulations and AIDAR, USAID Policies and USAID / Kenyan mission orders and Implementing Partner’s notices; establish standards and implement procedures to ensure that compliance mechanisms are effective and efficient in identifying, preventing, detecting, and correcting noncompliance with applicable rules and regulations (e.g. the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the OECD Anti-Corruption Initiative, etc.); ensure due diligence that USG funds are not being diverted from their development purpose outlined in the contract and are not vulnerable to corruption or extortion; and coordinate with auditors in annual and special audit functions. You will be expected to use established standards, policies, and procedures to assist HSDSA project’s implementation.

Job Responsibilities:

· Provide guidance to staff on terms of award and USG regulations FAR AIDAR /CRS Policies

· Negotiate terms of agreement and lead the implementation of all assigned project procurement as outlined in the detailed implementation plan in line with CRS policies and standards, donor contract requirements, and good practices.

· Ensure learning properly accompanies project activities throughout the project cycle. Support accountability through coordinating project audits and guiding HSDSA staff in their efforts to reflect on project experiences. Analyze implementation challenges and report any inconsistencies and/or gaps to inform adjustments to plans and implementation schedules.

· Coordinate activities across functions and effectively manage relationships with all CRS Kenya HSDSA staff and serve as the liaison between them and CRS HQ contract team to promote good contract management and impact.

· Prepare and coordinate approval of documents that support award transactions with the various contractors i.e. Consultants/vendors etc coordinating closely with HQ and HSDSA project teams to ensure these meets required award standards.

· Develop and or prepare contract related templates for various contractors.

· Manage, retain complete supporting documentation consistent with USAID requirements and CRS policies. These include contracts evaluation of offers/bids, and negotiation/award of contracts

· Review various areas of HSDSA transactions and operations including procurement, Finance, IT , HR as determined by the risk assessment and for conformity and compliance with policies, US Government Auditing Standards and USAID rules and regulations generally accepted accounting principles, as applicable

· Ensure project documentation for assigned activities is complete with all required documents and is filed per agency and donor requirements. Assist with preparation of trends analysis reports and documentation of case studies and promising practices

· Support HSDSA management to improve compliance to both CRS policies, donor regulation and applicable local laws

· Work with HQ and HSDSA project team to draft and prepare donor requests for approvals

· Provide expert advice and timely guidance/analysis on USAID rules and regulations, applicable contract clauses, etc.

· Review all scopes of work, specifications and vendor agreements proposed by HSDSA technical staff for contractual consistency, accuracy, and compliance with CRS policies and USAID regulations;

· Keep abreast of interpret, and provide guidance to staff on donor regulations and policies and provide training on applicable compliance requirements

Typical Background, Experience & Requirements:

Education and Experience

· Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, Risk & Compliance or related field or equivalent work experience (A certification in the field will be an advantage, e.g. CPA, CIA). Masters’ degree is a plus.

· Minimum of 5 years of work experience in finance, accounting or contract management, ideally in the field of ensuring compliance to the signed contracts in an NGO setting.

· Experience working with international donor agencies, particularly USAID.

· Experience engaging with and writing for a range of audiences, including governments and policy makers, multilateral agencies, and the public (national and international).

· Experience working in a consortium setup on an HIV/AIDS Project.

· Experience in auditing USAID-funded projects is an added advantage.

· Knowledge of FAR, AIDAR, USG Code of Federal Regulations

· Experience using MS Windows and MS Office packages (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).

Personal Skills

· Analysis and problem-solving skills with ability to make sound judgment

· Good relationship management skills and the ability to work closely with local partners

  • Proactive, results-oriented and service-oriented
  • Attention to details, accuracy and timeliness in executing assigned responsibilities

Required/Desired Foreign Language: Able to clearly communicate in written and spoken English

Travel Required: 30% of the time within the project counties

Key Working Relationships:

Supervisory: None

Internal: HSDSA staff, CRS/Kenya Health Unit Staff, CRS/Kenya PQ and MQ departments

External: HSDSA consortium Members, EARO Compliance Team and CRS HQ Contract team.

Agency-wide Competencies (for all CRS Staff):

These are rooted in the mission, values, and guiding principles of CRS and used by each staff member to fulfill his or her responsibilities and achieve the desired results.

· Trusting Relationships

· Professional Growth

· Partnership

· Accountability

Disclaimer: This job description is not an exhaustive list of the skill, effort, duties, and responsibilities associated with the position.

How to apply:

Written applications indicating the reference number of position applied for and CV including day-time contact phone numbers, as well as names and contact information of three references should reach the below-mentioned by Close of Business April 26, 2018.

Human Resources Manager

Catholic Relief Services – Kenya Program

E-mail :Crskenya-hr@crs.org

Note: Catholic Relief Services (CRS) does not charge any fees from applicants for any recruitment. Further, CRS has not retained any agent in connection with this recruitment

CRS’ recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse and exploitation

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Kenya: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Officer (Local Contract)

Organization: International Land Coalition
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 29 Apr 2018

Job Vacancy

Organization: International Land Coalition (ILC) is hiring for the Africa Regional Coordination Unit hosted by the Environment Liaison Center International (ELCI) in Nairobi.

Position title: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Officer (Local Contract)

Duty station: Nairobi-Kenya, Kasarani, ICIPE Duduville Campus.

Reporting to: ILC Africa Regional Coordinator

Qualifications / Preconditions:

At least a bachelor’s degree in project management, social sciences, Environment sciences, development studies, natural resources, management, law, or any other related studies. Experience working for NGOs, at least 5 years of experience in project/program cycle management; project/program monitoring & evaluation, high quality report writing, financial management, organizational development, capacity building, organizing & delivering trainings, organizing regional events/workshops. The person should be fluent in English and/or French and able to work independently with minimum supervision/guidance. Being familiar with ILC Programs (NES & CBIs) is an added value.

Main Responsibilities:

The MEL Officer will support the Regional Coordinator mainly in the following:

· Develop & implement ILC Africa MEL strategy;

· Support ILC Africa members in developing & implementing MEL strategies;

· Ensure high quality management of the ongoing ILC Africa programs (NES & CBIs);

· Regular monitoring of ILC Africa programs to ensure timely delivery of the expected results;

· Ensure regular & systematic monitoring & proper documentation of ILC Africa programs’ outcomes and impacts;

· Plan and implement capacity building measures for ILC Africa members to ensure high quality and impactful program management/implementation;

· Support the development of learning materials within ILC Africa programs;

· Facilitate learning and knowledge exchanges within ILC Africa platform;

· Ensure timely reporting by ILC Africa members;

· Reviewing reports from ILC members,

· Support timely and high quality reporting to ILC donors,

Contract type: Local contract, full time contract.

Contract Duration: Up to end 2018 with possibility for extension depending on performance and availability of funds.

Applicants should send their Applications (Motivation letter & detailed C.V. including 3 references and any support documents) to hrm@elci.org with copy to africa@landcoalition.info . Please do indicate your monthly salary expectation in the letter. The email subject should be: “MEL Officer-ILC Africa”

Deadline for applications: 29th April 2018. However, applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and a successful candidate may be obtained before the deadline. Therefore, kindly send application as soon as you can.

Further considerations:

· Female candidates are encouraged to apply;

· Only short listed candidates will be contacted for further details & test / interview;

· Test/Interviews are scheduled latest by the 1st week of May 2018;

· A successful candidate is expected to report to the office latest by the 2nd week of May 2018; Travels: about 30%

How to apply:

Applicants should send their Applications (Motivation letter & detailed C.V. including 3 references and any support documents) to hrm@elci.org with copy to africa@landcoalition.info . Please do indicate your monthly salary expectation in the letter. The email subject should be: “MEL Officer-ILC Africa”

Kenya: Administrative Assistant, KEMRI Wellcome Trust, Kilifi

Organization: Wellcome Trust
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 27 Apr 2018

The KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme is well known internationally for its work in improving global health. The Programme has a diverse clinical research programme that includes clinical trials of disease prevention, vaccines, management of acute illness, basic science and translation of research finding into global health policy.

The Programme is searching for a qualified, dynamic and motivated person to fill the following position:

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Support activities of the COO’s office by providing administrative support services and technical assistance to ensure timely service delivery.
  • Manage COO’s internal meetings calendar
  • Support all Operations local and international travel arrangements, including TAR filing, flight booking and other travel administration
  • Maintain Departmental Heads’ leave plans
  • Support Clinical Services Department with medical electives and medical licences as called for
  • Manage Professional Indemnity Insurance for doctors, clinical officers and nurses – ensuring insurance is up-to-date and that incoming staff are added to the cover
  • Support Operations Departments’ visitors – ensuring sitting space, proper documentation, appropriate access to internal services and itineraries
  • Assist in compiling of operations reports, annual budgets and plans for submission under the supervision of the Operations Manager and Compliance Officer
  • Proofread and draft routine correspondence
  • Support filing and retrieval of files and documents in order to ensure that they are secure and accessible.
  • Maintain an inventory of office equipment in COO’s office and raising requisitions for additional supplies
  • Any other duties that may be assigned from time to time

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A Diploma in Secretarial Studies, Business Administration. Office Management or equivalent
  • At least 3 years’ experience in providing support to top executives and senior management teams
  • Considerable knowledge of office procedures and secretarial practices including organization, planning, records management and general administrative skills
  • Computer literacy with proficiency in Microsoft applications

COMPETENCIES:

  • Strong planning, organisational and administrative skills
  • Strong problem-solving skills with keen attention to detail
  • Strong report writing, proofreading and editing skills
  • High level of confidentiality and discretion
  • Tact, poise and excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships
  • Effective time management skills with the ability to prioritise workloads and work within tight deadlines
  • Team worker, able to work in a multi-cultural environment.

How to apply:

To apply for this role please click on the link below:-

http://jobs.kemri-wellcome.org/job-advert/administrative-assistant-operations

Kenya: Project Officer – Treatment and Retention Samburu (Ref.2018/024) Kajiado (Ref.2018/025) Baringo (Ref.2018/026) Laikipia (Ref.2018/027)

Organization: Catholic Relief Services
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 13 Apr 2018

Department: Programming (PQ)

Band: 6

Reports To: Treatment and Referral Manager

Country/Location: Kenya/1 -Samburu, 1- Baringo, 1- Kajiado and 1- Laikipia

Job Summary:

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) carries out the commitment of the Bishops of the United States to assist the poor and vulnerable overseas. Our Catholic identity is at the heart of our mission and operations. We welcome as a part of our staff and as partners, people of all faiths and secular traditions who share our values and our commitment to serving those in need.

CRS has worked in Kenya since 1965. Over the years, CRS’ focus shifted from direct relief and food distributions to a comprehensive development program that works with partners and enhances local capacity. CRS Kenya programs now support children affected by HIV, and community-based efforts to increase household incomes, improve family health and sanitation, and enhance agriculture livelihoods

The HIV/AIDS Service Delivery Support Activity (HSDSA) is a five-year USAID- funded project located in the Rift Valley lead by FHI360. As a member of the HSDSA project team, you will monitor and report on all project activities in support of CRS’ work serving the poor and vulnerable. Your thorough and service-oriented approach will ensure that the project consistently applies best practices and constantly works towards improving the impact of its benefits to those we serve. Your role will be to build the capacity of local implementing partners to coordinate HIV testing of families of PLHIV support group members and facilitate linkage to care and treatment sites for those found to be positive as well as ensuring that adherence, differentiated care activities using the national PDHP curriculum and new National HIV Treatment guidelines (2016) in Nakuru county including treatment literacy, adherence counseling and support and defaulter tracing is monitored.

Job Responsibilities:

· Support the coordination and implementation of all assigned project activities as outlined in the detailed implementation plan in line with CRS program quality principles and standards, donor requirements, HIV/AIDS national as well as PEPFAR guidelines and good practices.

· Monitor and report any challenges and/or gaps identified to inform adjustments to plans and implementation schedules. Assist local implementing partners (LIPs) in their efforts to reflect on project experiences.

· Support accountability through coordinating project evaluation activities and assisting partners in their efforts to collect and analyze project data per specified mechanisms and tools. Collaborate with LIPs to prepare reports per established reporting schedule.

· Collect information on staff capacity needs and technical assistance needs of partner organizations and monitor capacity building and technical support activities to ensure effective impact.

· Complete project documentation for assigned activities. Assist with identifying information for case studies and reports on promising practices.

· Represent CRS in meetings at county level, technical working groups, and other events as requested, to support forging relations with the GOK (MOH), LIPs, other stakeholders, and the community.

· Ensure accurate and timely reporting of all assigned project activities per donor and CRS standards and established schedules.

Typical Background, Experience & Requirements:

Education and Experience

  • Diploma in clinical medicine or nursing with over 8 years’ experience. Bachelor’s degree in Medicine, Clinical Medicine, Nursing is a plus.
  • At least 5 years of work experience in HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment, TB management and other health-related projects in Kenya and for an NGO. Experience working with MOH as well as PEPFAR funded project will be an added advantage
  • Good understanding of Kenya Government National HIV treatment, Care and Support Manuals/Guidelines/Policies especially the current National HIV Treatment guidelines (2016)

· In–depth understanding of donor (USAID) expectations for program results, outcomes, impact, and reporting.

· Additional education may substitute for some experience.

· Experience in participatory action planning and community engagement.

· Experience monitoring projects and collecting relevant data preferred.

· Experience using MS Windows and MS Office packages (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).

Personal Skills

· Observation, active listening and analysis skills with ability to make sound judgment

· Good relationship management skills and the ability to work closely with local partners and community members

  • Attention to details, accuracy and timeliness in executing assigned responsibilities
  • Proactive, results-oriented and service-oriented

Required/Desired Foreign Language

Able to clearly communicate in written and spoken English

Travel Required

The Project Officer – Treatment and Retention will be based in applicable County and will travel 50% of his/her time within the county

Key Working Relationships:

Supervisory: None

Internal: Treatment and Referral Manager, HSDSA Project team

External: Local implementing partners, field agents, community, MOH

Agency-wide Competencies (for all CRS Staff):

These are rooted in the mission, values, and guiding principles of CRS and used by each staff member to fulfill his or her responsibilities and achieve the desired results.

· Trusting Relationships

· Professional Growth

· Partnership

· Accountability

Disclaimer: This job description is not an exhaustive list of the skill, effort, duties, and responsibilities associated with the position.

How to apply:

Locals from the respective counties are encouraged to apply.

Applications indicating the reference number of position applied for and CV including day-time contact phone numbers, as well as names and contact information of three references should reach the below-mentioned by Close of Business Friday, April 13, 2018

Human Resources Manager

Catholic Relief Services – Kenya Program

E-mail :Crskenya-hr@crs.org

Note: Catholic Relief Services (CRS) does not charge any fees from applicants for any recruitment. Further, CRS has not retained any agent in connection with this recruitment

CRS’ recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse and exploitation

Kenya: Community Liason Officer

Organization: Wellcome Trust
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 13 Apr 2018

The KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme is well known internationally for its work in improving global health. The Programme has a diverse clinical research programme that includes clinical trials of disease prevention, vaccines, management of acute illness, basic science and translation of research finding into global health policy.

The Programme is searching for a qualified, dynamic and motivated person to fill the following position:

Community Liason Officer

This position’s main role is to plan, coordinate and implement internal Programme training for interface staff across our 3 hubs with the overall aim of strengthening the science and ethics of research conducted across the programme. The job holder will work closely with Principal Investigators and Study Coordinators to identify training gaps for Programme Field Workers (FWs), as well as other interface staff. He/She will also be responsible for supporting development of training and supervision materials. The job holder will also work closely with the Community Liaison Group to develop training materials, including conducting trainings for relevant community groups and community representatives.

Description:

REPORTING LINES

  • Line Manager: Head of Community Engagement
  • Overview Manager: Head of Surveillance.

BUDGET RESPONSIBILITY:

  • Manage a budget for the training activities

JOB DIMENSIONS:

This role involves considerable amounts of time spent in planning and implementing training; as such, the staff undertaking this role must have excellent organizational skills and be a good trainer and communicator (verbal and written) and must be able to interact with staff at all levels.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coordinate and implement Training of Interface staff
  • In collaboration with other Programme trainers, lead the development/updating of Programme FWs training curricula for Basic and Refresher trainings, taking account of the underlying aim to strengthen the science and ethics of research conducted across the programme.
  • Coordinate and implement effective participatory training courses across the programme for these groups, including proactive communication with PIs/project managers/study coordinators
  • Identify and manage a Programme training team (drawn from Community Liaison Group – CLG and others), including ensuring the trainers are up-to-date with latest training skills.
  • Manage an annual budget for Programme FWs/Interface staff training activities
  • Continuously assess training needs of field staff and discuss these needs with the PIs/project managers or coordinators in consultation with the Head of Surveillance.
  • Organize training materials and all logistics related to trainings/ training meetings.
  • Participate in the CLG team’s strategic work planning and goal setting to include training activities.
  • Support in monitoring and evaluation of training activities
  • Together with the Head of Surveillance, support supervisors in development of supervision tools to ensure quality field work
  • Support the Community Liaison Manager in developing and implementing training activities for relevant community groups, including KEMRI Community Representatives

  • Support in the development/updating/amending of training guides and training curricula for community representatives.

  • In collaboration with relevant teams/research institutions, oversee implementation of the International FWs Networks activities, including continuation of Conferences

  • Undertake Research review and governance support activities including participating in activities of the Communications and Consent Committee (CCC), reviewing and translating information and consent forms and advising on language of the same.

  • Participate in Study specific engagement activities and planning meetings to identify study specific training needs, and support in bridging identified skills/knowledge gaps among study staff.

  • Support development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and information, education and communication (IEC) materials used to communicate study and research/KWTRP activities.

  • Support other community and public engagement activities as needed

  • Supervise other community/public engagement staff, and attachment students as may be needed.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s Degree in public health, Social Science, Community Development, Project Planning, or other relevant areas of study.
  • Must have proven Training of Trainer skills, with at least 3 years of active training activities
  • Knowledge on Research Ethics and Good Clinical Practice, and proven ability to train on the same
  • Training on Communication and experience of seeking consents from potential participants an added advantage
  • Previous or current work experience within a health research setting an added advantage

SKILLS AND COMPETENCE:

  • Good planning and organizational skills
  • Excellent report writing skills
  • Experience in planning management and evaluation of training using participatory approaches
  • Experience in developing training guides and manuals
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Ability to facilitate large and small meetings
  • Ability to work independently as well as supporting team activities
  • Ability to network with other stakeholders
  • Must be computer literate
  • Ability to work well with others and to develop and maintain relationships among project staff and the public
  • Experience of working in Kilifi is an added advantage
  • High levels of personal integrity, particularly in relation to confidentiality required in a health research context

How to apply:

To apply for this post please click on the link below:-

http://jobs.kemri-wellcome.org/job-advert/community-liaison-officer-i

Kenya: Senior Procurement Officer

Organization: Adam Smith International
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 08 Apr 2018

Duty Station: Nairobi, Kenya

Type: 12 months (w/ possibility of extension)

Deadline: 8th of April 2018 (2330hrs East Africa Time)

Background

The Somalia Stability Fund is a multi-donor fund working towards a peaceful, secure, and stable Somalia. It offers Somali stakeholders a source of multi-year funding that can respond to local needs and opportunities. The Stability Fund aims to contribute to enhancing stability in Somalia through the following programmatic outputs:

  1. Fault-lines for political conflict (FGS-FMS, inter & intra state) are identified and appropriately addressed.

  2. Enhanced popular participation in governance, particularly for women and excluded communities

  3. Increased government visibility and community engagement

  4. Reduced community vulnerability to conflict

Purpose

The SSF is seeking a Senior Procurement Officer to provide support and guidance on all procurement related activities and support the coordination of all grant and contract management and compliance from project inception to closeout.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities

In coordination with the Procurement Manager and Procurement Administrator, provide procurement and contracting technical assistance and support to the Investment Management team.

Compliance: Ensure procurement conducted is guided by the SSF Procurement Policies and Procedures Manual as well as the SSF Handbook. Ensure SSF is audit ready and compliant with DFID and SSF policies and procedures.

Technical Support: Provide day to day support and assistance on all procurement related processes and documentation; on the job training and guidance on all aspects of procurement within the SSF process to include but not limited to review of standard bidding documents and Calls for Concepts and Proposal documents; documenting the procurement process undertaken and the Value for Money justification to ensure adherence to SSF’s strategy and objectives; and provide support to the Procurement Manager and the Procurement Administrator as and when required.

Contract Management Support: Provide guidance and support to the Investment Managers with contract management and modification as required.

Coordination: Ensure good coordination between all relevant units and technical experts during the procurement process; Support and facilitate as required the weekly Investment Tracker meetings.

Process Review: Support the periodic business process reviews to streamline SSF processes and maximise efficiency in delivering SSF.

Training: Conduct training on procurement, ethics and contract/grant agreement drafting and modification to the SSF team and partners as required.

Documentation and Process Management: Support the operationalising of the procurement system of the SSF platform to ensure that it functions as a Management Information System and train the staff on its use and utility for enhanced investment management.

Reporting

The Senior Procurement Officer will report to the Procurement Manager.

Key competencies and Experience

The Senior Procurement Officer will need to work effectively in a flexible and adaptive environment and enjoy working in a team. The position requires the following skills and experience:

• Degree in procurement, supply chain management or finance/accounting related degree;

• Minimum of five years of relevant experience working in procurement for DFID or other donor funded programmes;

• Experience working in Somalia or other fragile country and environment;

• Previous demonstrated experience in contract drafting;

• Essential IT skills inclusive of MS Office and demonstrated experience working with spreadsheets Applicant must be able to demonstrate and may be required to undertake a short test during the selection process to verify skill level.

• Excellent communication, inter-personal and team-working skills.

• Political awareness, technical skills and ability to work in complex operating environments like Somalia.

How to apply:

If you meet the above criteria please send a cover letter and your CV (maximum of 4 pages total) to fatma.nyambura@stabilityfund.so,** “Senior Procurement Officer– Nairobi” in the title of your email.

***DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 8*th of April 2018**

Due to the large volume of applications we receive, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Canvassing will lead to disqualification.

Kenya: Procurement Administrator

Organization: Adam Smith International
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 08 Apr 2018

Duty Station: Nairobi, Kenya

Type: 12 months (w/ possibility of extension)

Deadline: 8th of April 2018 (2330hrs East Africa Time)

Background

The Somalia Stability Fund is a multi-donor fund working towards a peaceful, secure, and stable Somalia. It offers Somali stakeholders a source of multi-year funding that can respond to local needs and opportunities. The Stability Fund aims to contribute to enhancing stability in Somalia through the following programmatic outputs:

  1. Fault-lines for political conflict (FGS-FMS, inter & intra state) are identified and appropriately addressed.

  2. Enhanced popular participation in governance, particularly for women and excluded communities

  3. Increased government visibility and community engagement

  4. Reduced community vulnerability to conflict

Purpose

The SSF is seeking a Procurement Administrator to provide procurement support to the Procurement Unit to include support with coordination of all grant and contract management and compliance from project inception to closeout.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities

In coordination with the Operations and Procurement Coordinator and Deputy Procurement Manager, provide procurement support to the Investment Management team.

Compliance: Ensure procurement conducted under SSF is guided by the SSF Procurement Policies and Procedures Manual as well as the Handbook; Ensure SSF is audit ready and compliant with DFID and SSF II policies and procedure.

Administration: Provide day to day management of the procurement inbox; drafting procurement related communication and ensuring the timely response to procurement related queries.

Documentation: Ensure adequate documentation of procurement related processes and approvals in line with SSF’s requirements to ensure the Fund is audit ready. Support the Investment Managers and the Knowledge Management and Communication Unit with ensuring all required documentation has been accounted for and filed at Investment close out.

Contract Management Support: Provide guidance and support to the Investment Managers with contract management and modification as required in addition to documentation.

Coordination: Ensure good coordination between all relevant units and technical experts during the procurement process; Support and facilitate as required the weekly Investment Tracker meeting.

Process Review: Support the periodic business process reviews to streamline SSF processes and maximise efficiency in delivering SSF.

Documentation and Process Management: Support the operationalising of the procurement system of the SSF platform to ensure that it functions

Reporting

The Procurement Administrator will report to the Procurement Manager.

Key competencies and Experience

The Procurement Administrator will need to work effectively in a flexible and adaptive environment and enjoy working in a team. The position requires the following skills and experience:

• Degree in procurement, supply chain management or finance/accounting related degree;

• Minimum of three years of relevant experience working in procurement for DFID or other donor funded programmes;

• Experience in fragile states and Conflict Affection Country, preferably in Somalia;

• Essential IT skills inclusive of MS Office and demonstrated experience working with spreadsheets;

• Applicant must be able to demonstrate and may be required to undertake a short test during the selection process to verify skill level.

• Excellent communication, inter-personal and team-working skills.

• Political awareness, technical skills and ability to work in complex operating environments like Somalia.

How to apply:

If you meet the above criteria please send a cover letter and your CV (maximum of 4 pages total) to fatma.nyambura@stabilityfund.so,** “Procurement Administrator– Nairobi” in the title of your email.

***DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 8*th of April 2018**

Due to the large volume of applications we receive, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Canvassing will lead to disqualification.

Kenya: Japanese Swahili Interpreter (Retainer), Multiple positions

Organization: UNOPS
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 04 Apr 2018

Background Information – Job-specific

The rapid deployment of engineering capability to UN peacekeeping missions, particularly in Africa, is a very urgent challenge, and timely response is strongly required. To support this rapid deployment, there have been numerous attempts to accelerate the missions’ start-up or respond to changes in mandate, including the provision of Military Engineering Contingents (MEC’s) from Troop Contributing Countries (TCC) for facilities and infrastructure work, including camp construction/commissioning.

A number of countries have offered support to address this gap, most significantly the Government of Japan which plans to donate initial funding for heavy equipment and training to enable faster start-up or mission redevelopment. In support of this strategy a detailed assessment was carried out and the International Peace Training Center chosen as the training site, with the support of the Japanese Government. The project objective is to deliver fast start-up operation of trial training, logistics and support for project implementation in east Africa. In 2018, the training will be undertaken in Kenya.

UNOPS engagement in the project has two main aspects scheduled for 2018:

  1. Support the 2018 training activities
  2. Support Training Needs Assessments of regional military engineering units.

The first activity is likely to begin in March or April 2018 and end in October 2018. The second activity is on demand throughout the year.

Functional ResponsibilitiesThe duties include;

  • Interpretation service provision including onsite training, national field trips, regional assessments, ceremonies and public presentations as directed.
  • Translation of training schedules, lesson and safety plans and PowerPoint presentations as directed.
  • Translation support to Training Needs Assessment requirements
  • Liaison between Instructors and Trainees, soliciting feedback from both parties, highlighting issues and difficulties and making recommendations based on trainee responses and feedback.
  • Liaison and support to non-English speaking Japanese personnel involved.
  • Participation in After Action Review meetings.
  • Support after hours functions, providing translation services as required.
  • Assist and support Japanese personnel with public presentations and ceremonies.
  • May be required to support and / mentor other interpreters
  • May be required to supervise other interpreters
  • May be required to travel in support of Training Needs Analysis visits if required

Education

  • First level University degree (Bachelor’s Degree) is required;
  • Technical/Professional Diploma with additional two years of relevant experience may be accepted in lieu of university degree;
  • Secondary Diploma with additional four years of relevant experience may be accepted in lieu of university degree.

Experience

  • At least 7 years of relevant experience working as a Japanese Swahili translator and/or an interpreter are required;
  • Prior technical translation experience in Heavy Engineering Machine operation is required
  • Experience working with Japanese culture is advantageous
  • Supervisory experience,Translation and Interpretation skills are essential.

Languages

  • Fluency in oral Japanese is required
  • Fluency in written and oral English is required
  • Fluency in written and oral Swahili is required

Competencies

Develops and implements sustainable business strategies, thinks long term and externally in order to positively shape the organization. Anticipates and perceives the impact and implications of future decisions and activities on other parts of the organization.

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.

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.

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).

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

  1. Please note that the closing date is midnight Copenhagen time
  2. Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.
  3. Only those candidates that are short-listed for interviews will be notified.
  4. Qualified female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
  5. For staff positions only, UNOPS reserves the right to appoint a candidate at a lower level than the advertised level of the post
  6. 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 (LICA)

Contract level: LICA Specialist-10 – (Retainer Contract)

Duty station: Nairobi,Kenya Contract duration**: 12 months – on a Retainer basis (renewable subject to performance and availability of funds)**

This is a local post. As such, it is only open to Kenya Nationals or persons with valid residence permits**
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 **

How to apply:

Please use this link to apply https://jobs.unops.org/Pages/ViewVacancy/VADetails.aspx?id=15267#5

Kenya: Programme Officer – Burundi and Rwanda

Organization: Interpeace
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 19 May 2018

Interpeace, a Swiss non-profit organisation, works in close partnership with the United Nations, with the aim of building lasting peace. Interpeace has a two-fold mandate: (i) to strengthen the capacities of societies to manage conflict in non-violent, non-coercive ways by assisting national actors in their efforts to develop social and political cohesion; and (ii) to assist the international community to play a more effective role in supporting peacebuilding efforts around the world through better understanding and response to the challenges of creating local capacities that enhance social political cohesion.

Headquartered in Geneva, Interpeace is supported by bilateral and multilateral donors as well as private funding. The organization is active in in 21 countries across the world. The Interpeace Regional Office for Eastern and Central Africa manages the organization’s programmes in the Somali region, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi and the Great Lakes. All these programmes are carried out in close partnership with local peacebuilding organizations.

General Position Summary

Interpeace has been implementing a peacebuilding programme in Burundi since 2007 and in Rwanda since 2002. In addition, starting from 2011, Interpeace has been supporting a regional peacebuilding programme involving Burundi, Rwanda and DR Congo’s North and South Kivu provinces. Interpeace is currently looking to fill the Burundi – Rwanda Programme Officer (PO- BR) position. This programme officer will focus on the Burundi and Rwanda country-specific programmes. A Great Lakes coordinator manages the regional programme.

The Programme Officer – Burundi and Rwanda is a member of the core programmatic team for Interpeace’s work in the Great Lakes Region of Central Africa. He / she will report to the Great Lakes coordinator and will collaborate closely with the other members of the team in the overall management of the Rwanda and Burundi programmes: the Regional Director; the Great Lakes coordinator; the Great Lakes Policy Lead and Rwanda Program Officer; and the Design, Monitoring and Evaluation (DM&E) officer. In this capacity, he/she will also be the key conduit for shaping and disseminating Interpeace’s reconciliation and peacebuilding work to key stakeholders.

The PO-BR is responsible for working with the local partners – CENAP in Burundi and Never Again Rwanda in Rwanda – to ensure that the work of Interpeace is well planned in its content, captured throughout its delivery and strategically disseminated to donors and other key stakeholders to optimize its impact.

The PO-BR serves as the key focal point between Interpeace and external actors in relation to the programmes. The post of PO-RB is based in Nairobi and involves extensive travel to the field.

Duties and Responsibilities

Under the general guidance and supervision of the Great Lakes coordinator, and in close collaboration with the Rwanda programme officer and the DM&E officer, the Programme Officer will be responsible for the following duties:

Programmatic Support

  • Ensure the day-to-day management of the Burundi and Rwanda programmes in collaboration with the partner organisations;
  • Provide programmatic guidance and operational support for field activities by Interpeace and its partners, specifically with respect to the content and methodology of the wo This includes, but is not limited to, collaboratively developing and nurturing a clear understanding of Interpeace’s programmes of work throughout Rwanda and Burundi;
  • Play a strong role in the development of programme strategy and work plans for all field components of the programmes; thereby closely working together with the Great Lakes team to harmonize planning and ensuring efficient use of resources in the implementation of the two programmes;
  • Monitor and respond to the implementation of work plans and revise them in collaboration with the partners and others within the Interpeace team;
  • Ensure reflection and learning as a continuous and integral part of the programme with regard to programme development, methodological adaptations and generally on the topics under study and support cross-fertilization and sharing of lessons learned within Interpeace globally;
  • Oversee and support the collection, compilation and dissemination of both contractual and strategic reporting;
  • Review written documents of the Interpeace Rwanda and Burundi programmes and provide quality control through a mentoring approach to ensure the continuous development of writing capacities within the local partners;
  • Support the technical development of the field teams in the areas of methodology, writing and communications; support continuous capacity building of the field teams;
  • Develop emerging thematic competences that can be used not only for the Burundi and Rwanda programmes but can also be incorporated into Interpeace’s work in its other programmes;
  • Provide the link between the Burundi and Rwanda programmes and the broader Great Lakes team within Interpeace; participate in the Great Lakes programme meetings as required.

Financial Activities

  • Provide a lead on financial management of the programme in collaboration with the Interpeace and partner finance officers
  • Support the fundraising initiatives of Interpeace and local partners to ensure the financial sustainability of the Rwanda and Burundi programmes;
  • Ensure monthly financial reviews and expenditure forecast in collaboration with Interpeace’s Finance Officer; monitor programme expenditures versus budget and available funds, ensuring that programme expenditures are within approved budgets and available funds;
  • Review and approve partner’s activity reports before payments are authorized.

Interpeace information about the Great Lakes Region

  • Remain abreast of the political, economic and social context in Rwanda and Burundi through coordinated updates with the field teams and other networks developed;
  • Monitor substantive developments and provide regular briefings to the Regional Director; engage in a regular exchange and analysis about context dynamics with the wider Great Lakes team;
  • Maintain close liaison with team members to ensure that all Interpeace staff are regularly briefed on Rwanda and Burundi programme activities.

Networking

  • Utilize substantive relations vis-à-vis key Rwanda and Burundi stakeholders, in both informing and disseminating Interpeace’s programmes of work;
  • Establish new, and maintain existing, relations with key international actors in Rwanda, Burundi and Nairobi, including donor relations, and strategically engage these actors as stakeholders of Interpeace’s work.

Knowledge and Experience

  • Master’s degree in peace-related studies, social or political science or other relevant fields;
  • At least three years of field experience in peacebuilding, political and/or developmental work;
  • Knowledge of and experience in Rwanda, Burundi or the wider Great Lakes Region;
  • Demonstrated experience in conflict resolution/peacebuilding, external relations, proposal writing, budgeting, and training;
  • Strong financial oversight and management skills;
  • Strong communications skills: ability to write in clear, concise manner and to communicate effectively orally in both English and French (essential), local language knowledge in Kinyarwanda/Kirundi and/or Kiswahili a bonus;
  • Strong computer skills in MS Office applications;
  • Good interpersonal skills; be a team player while being able to work independently and meet set deadlines;
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity;
  • Strong commitment to supporting local peacebuilding initiatives and to the values and working principles of Interpeace.

Success Factors:

  • Excellent social and inter-cultural skills, outstanding communication skills to a variety of stakeholders from different backgrounds;
  • Flexible approach to work in a changing context and ability to deliver under pressure and to tight deadlines;
  • Exceptional relationship and trust building skills;
  • Creative team player with a commitment to inclusiveness and consensus building;
  • Exceptional skills in coordinating complex and sensitive processes and designing participatory processes;
  • Balanced and calm personality with tact and a good sense of humour.

How to apply:

Qualified candidates are invited to submit their application, including:

  • a letter of interest explaining your suitability for the role and interest in the position and Interpeace’s work
  • a co**m**p**lete CV**
  • a Word document outlining your answers to the questions asked here

via email to eca@interpeace.org. The subject line of the application must read “Programme Officer – Burundi and Rwanda” for the candidacy to be considered.

Interpeace is an equal opportunity employer. Please note that only those candidates who are short- listed for interviews will be notified.

Applications will remain open until the position is filled.

For more information about Interpeace, its values and working principles, please visit its website at www.interpeace.org

Kenya: Livelihood Program Manager

Organization: Action Against Hunger USA
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 30 Mar 2018

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Name of the position: Livelihood Program Manager

Country: Kenya

Base: Samburu

Direct line manager: Head of Base

Line management of: Program Officers

Starting date:

As soon as possible

Contract Duration: 1 Year

Founded in 1979, Action Against Hunger is an international humanitarian organization that delivers programs in over 44 countries. Recognized worldwide as a leader in the fight against hunger, our mission is to save lives through the prevention, detection, and treatment of malnutrition, especially during and after emergency situations and conflicts. From crisis to sustainability, Action Against Hunger tackles the underlying causes of malnutrition and its effects. By integrating our programs with local and national systems, we further ensure that short-term interventions become long-term solutions. With head offices in France, the United Kingdom, Spain, the United States and Canada, our international network shares its combined resources, breadth of experience and technical expertise in pursuit of a world without hunger.

Action Against Hunger has been present in Kenya since 2001 and is a transformative leader in nutrition security for improved quality of life among vulnerable communities. Action Against Hunger wants to contribute to the optimal functional performance of National, County, and Community systems through strategic partnerships for innovative nutrition-sensitive and nutrition-specific interventions to achieve its impact. Action Against Hunger is currently implementing activities in West Pokot, Mandera, Samburu, Isiolo, Trans Nzoia, Kakamega, Bungoma and Busia counties.

To achieve this, Action Against Hunger will;

  1. Intervene on the Health and Nutrition sector: evolving from direct service provision to strengthening the health system- focusing on ‘strengthening’ the system more than ‘supporting’ the system

Action Against Hunger-Kenya health and nutrition program has considerably evolved from direct service provision, to scaling up the relationship and partnership with the Ministry of Health (MoH) by recognizing them as the primary health and nutrition service providers and working at building their technical capacity to reach a higher level in the quality of services provided. Strengthening the health system will not happen by indiscriminately working on the six (6) HSS pillar alone but through a critical and holistic review of the health system processes. This critical and holistic diagnostic approach requires having developed a trustful relationship to be able to work together with the health departments, at national, County and sub-county levels

  1. Bringing the Community Health Strategy (CHS) onboard

Within the HSS approach, ACF-Kenya will focus on community health strategy (CHS) as CHS has the potential to have a huge impact on addressing under-nutrition and is, unfortunately, under-utilized. Through this system, Action Against Hunger-Kenya will work with the MoH to create demand and accountability for services offered. This will be achieved through

  1. Applying SBCC approach at community level
  2. Strengthen referral and counter referral system

  3. Scaling up community/citizen engagement

If the system on which Action Against Hunger is supporting is not properly connected to people and there is inadequate engagement with people themselves then results will not be achieved. Deciders are still making crucial decisions on behalf of their citizen and on what they think should be the strategies and the priorities. The most vulnerable groups lack strong voice to advocate for their priorities thus the requirement for an engagement platform.

  1. Sustainability of WASH services to strengthen nutrition sensitive programming

Nutrition sensitive programming remains key to achieving better nutrition impact and reaching targets. WASH is a vital element but the main problem in Kenya is about sustainable access to safe water and sanitation services to withstand the recurrent shocks in ASAL regions. Findings clearly demonstrate critical role of WASH in good nutrition require long-term sustainable solutions for the vulnerable communities embedded in the existing systems and communities

  1. Partnerships

The position holder Will aim to work closely with the Ministry of Health both at National and County levels to support in the implementation of the National and County level strategies related to improving maternal Infant and Young Child Nutrition (MIYCN) and building relationships with key stakeholders including within government institutions, the donor community, NGOs and the private sector.

  1. Research

Research will be aimed at informing program action by building rigorous high quality evidence. Thus, Action Against Hunger will seek to contextualise research findings within the larger health and Nutrition strategy. Research will always be of high quality in order to produce knowledge that is applicable outside of the research setting. Results of the research will also be used to improve programming and inform policy and strategies at the National and County level.

Roles and Responsibilities

1: Implementation of the FS programme program at community level.**

· Define the communities and areas of interventions together with the overall technical team (Nut/FSL/Wash)

· Formulate the programme approach according to the project proposals and the project objectives;

· Formulate the hand-over/exit strategies;

· Define clear targeting approach together with the other technical teams (Nut/FSL/Wash);

· Define the type of activities to be implemented in each community and ensure they are aligned to the approved proposals and work plans.

· Understand and master field sites well and follow-up closely on the FSL team’s field work and to some extend, WASH staff;

· Ensure the implementation of M&E FSL programme systems, as developed together with the M&E Manager

· Support implementation of DRR/Resilience building activities and use of DRR tools such as Participatory Risk, Capacity and Vulnerability Analysis (PCVA)

· Facilitate mainstreaming of DRM, contingency planning through Emergency Planning & Response Plan (EPRP), gender and other cross-sector elements of programming

· Implement FSL activities according to Action Against Hunger and donor guidelines and standards

· Ensure accountability standards are mainstreamed across programs and build capacity among field staff where needed

2: Support and promote Implementation of Nutrition Security Framework.

  • Ensure a close and regular coordination with other technical departments for overall program coherence; and support departments (logistics, administration and human resources) in procurement planning and follow-up, cash forecasts and budget follow-ups, human resources planning and overall staff management
  • Ensure harmonization and coherence of program approach and activities across all program bases with the development of project implementation plans and regular follow-up, including the follow-up of reporting tools for both FSL and WASH.
  • Ensure that the FSL team, especially field staff, work closely with other team members
  • Promote an integrated approach among the WaSH, Nutrition and FSL sectors under the Action Against Hunger Nutrition Security framework
  • Participate in the integrated analysis and interpretation of surveillance data

3: Provide support to Surveillance of the FSL context

· Contribute to the information collection and analysis through FSL assessments, interviews, observations and discussions with other Action Against Hunger departments, NGO personnel, local population and local administration and stakeholders.

· Regularly coordinate and communicate with the other projects on the evolution of the context.

· Contribute to the definition of the FSL strategy in liaison with the Head of base, the Country Director and Regional Technical staff.

· Contribute to the program development including writing of high quality concept notes and proposals for futures interventions as needed

4: Reporting and Program Development

· Compile program reports on a timely basis in liaison with other program staff; Weekly SitRep, Monthly(statistical and narrative), Quarterly and annual donor reports

· In collaboration with the Project officers prepare progress reports, quarterly donor reports, proposals, Program reports project procurement plan and contributes to survey reports.

· In collaboration with Project officers and coordination team; contribute in defining technical strategy when required.

· Participates in the analysis and drafting of activity reports and evaluation of the project.

· In liaison with the Project officers develop project proposal to address County specific gaps

· Ensure new program design incorporates learning from evaluations and After Action Reviews (AAR).

· Ensure the appropriate development and application of high quality technical monitoring systems, indicators and supporting tools to monitor the impact and outcome of programs;

· Participate in the planning, organizing and implementation of surveys, assessments and research studies including post distribution monitoring

5: Information exchange and cooperation with all Action Against Hunger intervention*s* and external stakeholders

· Collaborate with all other Action Against Hunger departments and sectors to ensure the projects are integrated

· Support the County implement evaluation surveys

· Collaboration with other Partners, MOH (S/CHMT), INGOs, NGOs, CBOs and the UN working in this area to ensure smooth running of projects.

· Work in collaboration with the communities and local leaders at all stages of project implementation

· Document human interest stories and lessons learnt

6: Finance, Logistics

· Prepare cash forecast in liaison with the other program staff in line with the work plans

· Ensure the expenditure is as stipulated in the budget lines and strict adherence to the budget limits

· Propose anticipated budget realignment in discussion with the Head of the base

· In liaison with the Finance staff Monitor budget spending in line with spending plan; ensure diligence in grants utilization including timely spending and value for money.

· Support the Program manager in monthly budget reviews and suggesting amendments to Finance

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Min. BSc degree in Agricultural Extension, Agricultural Economics, Food Security & Livelihoods, or other related studies, e.g. development studies, social studies, etc Experience from both private and INGO sectors is an advantage
  • Experience with major institutional and UN donors and donor procedures, and in particular for long term / multi year Grants.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

ESSENTIAL

· 3-4 years’ experience in a similar position.

· Previous experience in Arid and Semi-Arid lands of Kenya

· Experience in DRR/Resilience and Livelihood programming in humanitarian and development context

· Computer skills with excellence in Microsoft Excel and Word

· Proven ability to work in a team and proven skills in capacity building and community development (including community participation)

· Good level of spoken and written English and Kiswahili

· Ability to work within deadlines, follow security rules and be flexible

· Ability to work under minimal supervision and have impact on input on program indicators

· Demonstrate capacity in constructively engaging local authorities and local partners.

· Finance, admin, grant management, logistic, HR, security management experience

· Excellent organization, coordination, report writing and team management skills

· Strong and effective communication and presentation skills

· Team player and Keen to details

COMPETENCIES

· Integrity

· Resilience

· Problem solving

· Technical credibility

· Decisiveness

· Influencing/negotiating

· Innovation

· Vision and strategic thinking

· Capacity to reconcile different and sometime divergent priorities

What Action Against Hunger will offer:

ü Start date: As soon as possible.

ü Duty station: Samburu Office.

ü Remuneration package: Very Competitive salary package with additional benefits to include:

§ Career development opportunities with Action Against Hunger

§ Comprehensive medical cover for self and dependents

§ Opportunity to work in a good and friendly environment with a dynamic and motivated team

How to apply:

Closing Date : 30th March 2018 by Close of Business 5pm. Applications sent after the closing date and time will not be considered.

Candidates are required to register and set up an account first on www.myhotkenyanjobs.com portal first in order to successfully submit their applications.

Interested candidates should submit their applications through www.myhotkenyanjobs.com/action

Position opened to Kenyan Nationals only.