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KENYA PLANT HEALTH INSPECTORATE SERVICE ........................................................................ 15 INSPECTOR (7 October 2011) ............................................................................................................ 15 ACCOUNTANT (7 October 2011)......................................................................................................... 16 INTERNAL AUDITOR (7 October 2011) ............................................................................................... 17 STATISTICIAN (7 October 2011) ......................................................................................................... 18 AAR HEALTH CARE LIMITED ......................................................................................................... 19 SALES REPRESENTATIVES (7 October 2011)..................................................................................... 19 SAVE THE CHILDREN UK ............................................................................................................... 20 REGIONAL INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER (7 October 2011) ............................. 20 REGIONAL MONITORING, EVALUATION, ACCOUNTABILITY AND LEARNING ADVISOR (7 October 2011) ................................................................................................................................................. 21 REGIONAL PROGRAMME MANAGER - HORN OF AFRICA (7 October 2011) ....................................... 22 OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER AND MINISTRY OF FINANCE ..................................... 23 TECHNICAL ASSISTANT TO THE AID EFFECTIVENESS SECRETARIAT (AES) (14 October 2011) ....... 23 EAST AFRICAN BREWERIES LIMITED............................................................................................ 26 CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP REPRESENTATIVE (CRR) (5 October 2011)............................................ 26 NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTE............................................................................................. 28 HUMAN RESOURCE & ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (7 October 2011) ................................................ 28 MIDDLE - SIZED LAW FIRM............................................................................................................ 29 LEGAL SECRETARY (10 October 2011) .............................................................................................. 29 STANDARD GROUP LIMITED .......................................................................................................... 30 KISWAHILI/ ENGLISH ANCHORS & REPORTERS FOR KTN (20 October 2011) .................................. 30 COCA-COLA SABCO ........................................................................................................................ 31

MAINTENANCE PLANNER (5 October 2011) ....................................................................................... 31 MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN (SERVICES) (5 October 2011)................................................................. 32 CREDIT ASSISTANT (5 October 2011) ................................................................................................ 33 SETTLEMENT CLERK (7 October 2011) ............................................................................................. 34 CO-OPERATIVE BANK OF KENYA................................................................................................... 34 LECTURER: LEARNING RESOURCES AND E-LEARNING PROGRAMMES CO-OP BANK

MANAGEMENT CENTRE (10 October 2011) ....................................................................................... 35 NDEGE CHAI SAVINGS AND CREDIT CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED....................................... 36 SYSTEM ANALYST (12 October 2011)................................................................................................. 37 KENYA NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL................................................................................. 38 EXAMINATIONS SECRETARY II (RESEARCH) (10 October 2011)........................................................ 38 HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER III (10 October 2011) ........................................................................ 39 INTERNAL AUDITOR III (10 October 2011) ......................................................................................... 40 ACCOUNTANT III (10 October 2011)................................................................................................... 41 BASE TITANIUM LIMITED .............................................................................................................. 42 SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCES ADVISOR/ MANAGER........................................................................ 43 PROJECT OH&S MANAGER............................................................................................................... 43 OH&S OFFICER................................................................................................................................. 44 WINDLE TRUST KENYA .................................................................................................................. 44 HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER (7 October 2011) .............................................................................. 45 INTERNATIONAL LIVESTOCK RESEARCH INSTITUTE ................................................................... 46 GRANTS OFFICER (12 October 2011)................................................................................................. 46 BIO-INNOVATE PROGRAMME ASSISTANT (12 October 2011) ............................................................ 49 WANANCHI SACCO SOCIETY LIMITED ........................................................................................... 51 INTERNAL AUDIT MANAGER (11 October 2011)................................................................................. 51

ESTABLISHED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER LEARNING ..................................................................... 52 LECTURERS (11 October 2011).......................................................................................................... 52 SUNRISE CASINOS ......................................................................................................................... 53 CASINO PITBOSS/ CASINO TABLES INSPECTORS/ CASINO DEALERS (7 October 2011).................. 53 HOUSEKEEPING SUPERVISOR & CLEANERS (7 October 2011) ......................................................... 53 F&B - SUPERVISORS/ COOKS/ BARTENDERS/ STEWARDS/ WAITRESSES (7 October 2011) ......... 53 CUSTOMER RELATIONS RECEPTIONIST (7 October 2011) ................................................................ 53 HR ASSISTANT (7 October 2011)........................................................................................................ 54 PUBLIC RELATIONS SPECIALIST (7 October 2011) ............................................................................ 54 CASINO CASHIERS (7 October 2011) ................................................................................................. 54 SPECTRE INTERNATIONAL LIMITED ............................................................................................. 55 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANT (7 October 2011) ................................................................................ 55 ACCOUNTING CLERK (7 October 2011) ............................................................................................. 56 AGENCY WORKING FOR CHILDREN ............................................................................................... 56 20 PROGRAMME OFFICERS/ SOCIAL WORKERS (7 October 2011)................................................... 56 PEDIATRIC COUNSELORS (7 October 2011) ...................................................................................... 57 LOGISTICS OFFICER (7 October 2011) .............................................................................................. 57 HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER NAIROBI (7 October 2011) ............................................................. 57 MONITORING AND EVALUATION OFFICER NAIROBI (7 October 2011) ........................................... 58 FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION MANAGER NAIROBI (7 October 2011) ......................................... 58 2 ACCOUNTANTS (7 October 2011).................................................................................................... 59 NUTRITION OFFICER (7 October 2011) .............................................................................................. 59 5 TEACHERS (7 October 2011) .......................................................................................................... 60 ICT OFFICER (7 October 2011) .......................................................................................................... 60 CHILDRENS HOME MANAGER (7 October 2011)............................................................................... 60

SNV NETHERLANDS DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION .................................................................... 61 BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER (14 October 2011) ................................................................... 61 NORWEGIAN REFUGEE COUNCIL ................................................................................................... 63 CONSTRUCTION OFFICER (7 October 2011)...................................................................................... 64 LOGISTICS OFFICER (7 October 2011) .............................................................................................. 65 PROGRAM OFFICER (10 October 2011) ............................................................................................. 66 AFRICA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY ................................................................................................... 68 DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR (12 October 2011)................................................................................ 69 EXECUTIVE SECRETARY (12 October 2011)...................................................................................... 69 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS - ADMISSIONS OFFICE (12 October 2011)........................................ 70 GRAPHICS DESIGNER (12 October 2011) .......................................................................................... 71 SAVE THE CHILDREN UK ............................................................................................................... 72 ROVING MONITORING & EVALUATION COORDINATOR (14 October 2011)........................................ 72 MONITORING & EVALUATION OFFICER (14 October 2011) ............................................................... 73 EMERGENCY GRANTS COORDINATOR (14 October 2011)................................................................. 74 GRANTS & PARTNERSHIP OFFICER (14 October 2011) ..................................................................... 74 ICT ASSISTANT (14 October 2011) ..................................................................................................... 75 INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS ...................................................................... 76 SECURITY OFFICER (14 October 2011) ............................................................................................. 76 THREE STAR HOTEL...................................................................................................................... 77 RESTAURANT MANAGER (6 October 2011) ........................................................................................ 77 SOUS CHEF (6 October 2011) ............................................................................................................ 77 F& B CONTROLLER (6 October 2011) ................................................................................................ 77 HEAD SECURITY OFFICER (6 October 2011) ..................................................................................... 78 AGA KHAN UNIVERSITY ................................................................................................................. 78

FULL TIME FACULTY - ENT SURGEON (22 October 2011) ................................................................. 78 ACCOUNTANT (22 October 2011) ....................................................................................................... 79 MANAGEMENT SCIENCES FOR HEALTH ........................................................................................ 80 MONITORING AND EVALUATION TECHNICAL ADVISOR (7 October 2011)......................................... 80 DATA CLERK (7 October 2011) .......................................................................................................... 82 ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR (7 October 2011) .......................................................................... 84 KAGUMO TEACHERS TRAINING COLLEGE..................................................................................... 86 HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER (14 October 2011) .............................................................................. 86 MEDECINS SANS FRONTIERES FRANCE ........................................................................................ 87 COUNSELING SUPERVISOR (12 October 2011).................................................................................. 87 KENYA PETROLEUM REFINERIES LIMITED................................................................................... 88 LEGAL COUNSEL (7 October 2011).................................................................................................... 88 PLAN KENYA .................................................................................................................................. 90 PROGRAM COORDINATOR (HEALTH) (12 October 2011) ................................................................... 90 PROGRAM COORDINATOR (LIVELIHOOD) (12 October 2011) ............................................................ 91 PROGRAM COORDINATOR (GOVERNANCE) (12 October 2011).......................................................... 93 MONITORING AND EVALUATION COORDINATOR (12 October 2011) ................................................. 94 PROJECT OFFICER - PROTECTION & INCLUSION (12 October 2011) ................................................ 95 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FACILITATOR (12 October 2011)......................................................... 97 KEMRI-WELLCOME TRUST RESEARCH PROGRAMME ................................................................... 98 RADIOGRAPHER (6 October 2011) ..................................................................................................... 98 DATA MANAGER (10 October 2011) ................................................................................................... 99 ICT HELP DESK ANALYST (11 October 2011)................................................................................... 101 UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI............................................................................................................. 102

LECTURER, (ANIMAL GENETICS& BREEDING) DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL PRODUCTION 1 POST AC/9/408/11 (CAVS) (14 October 2011) ........................................................................................ 103 LECTURER, (ANIMAL NUTRITION) DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL PRODUCTION1 POST AC/9/409/11 (CAVS) (14 October 2011)................................................................................................................. 103 LECTURER, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATON& PLANNING AC/9/410/11 (3 POSTS) - (CEES) (14 October 2011).................................................................................................. 104 LECTURER, DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION - AC/9/411/11 (2 POSTS) - (CHSS) (14 October 2011).................................................................................................. 105 LECTURER, DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY - AC/9/412/111 POST - (CHS) (14 October 2011) .................................................................................................................................. 106 LECTURER, DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY-1 POST AC/9/413/11-(CHS) (14 October 2011) ........................................................................................................................................................ 107 TUTORIAL FELLOW, DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AC/9/414/11 (3 POSTS) - (CHSS) (14 October 2011)...................................................................... 108 RECORDS MANAGEMENT OFFICER GRADE CD, ADMINISTRATION DIVISION AD/9/416/11- 1 POST(R&T) (14 October 2011)................................................................................................................... 109 SECRETARY GRADE B, DEPARTMENT OF CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE - AD/9/417/11- 1 POST - (R&T) (14 October 2011) ....................................................................................................... 110 SECRETARY GRADE B, DEPARTMENT OF CLINICAL STUDIES -AD/9/418/11- 1 POST - (CAVS) (14 October 2011) .................................................................................................................................. 111 TECHNOLOGIST GRADE ABC- DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICS & PHARMACY PRACTICE-1 POST -AD/9/419/11- (CHS) (14 October 2011) ......................................................................................... 112 ASSISTANT SECRETARY GRADE A, DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY - 1 POST AD/9/420/11(CHS) (14 October 2011) .................................................................................................................. 113 DRIVER GRADE III, VETERINARY FARM-1 POST AD/9/421/11- (CAVS) (14 October 2011) .......... 114 UNILEVER KENYA ........................................................................................................................ 115 KEY ACCOUNTS MANAGERS (9 October 2011) ................................................................................ 115 IBM .............................................................................................................................................. 117 MARKET MANAGEMENT MARKET SEGMENT MANAGER ................................................................ 117

STANDARD CHARTERED BANK.................................................................................................... 118 CSS/TSS TECHNICAL ANALYST ...................................................................................................... 118 SME RELATIONSHIP MANAGER - SMALL BUSINESS....................................................................... 119 DATA CENTRE OPERATOR .............................................................................................................. 121 COUNTRY SENIOR LEGAL COUNSEL .............................................................................................. 122 FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS ........................................ 125 GENDER ANALYST (9 October 2011)................................................................................................ 125 INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT LAW ORGANIZATION ............................................................... 127 FIELD PROGRAM LEGAL OFFICER (10 October 2011) ..................................................................... 127 REFUGEPOINT ............................................................................................................................. 129 PROTECTION OFFICER (12 October 2011)....................................................................................... 129 SAMARITAN'S PURSE ................................................................................................................... 130 AREA COORDINATOR, DADAAB, KENYA (31 October 2011)............................................................. 130 PROGRAM MANAGER, SAFETY AND SECURITY, KENYA (31 October 2011)..................................... 132 INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR ELECTION SYSTEMS .......................................................... 134 PROJECT ACCOUNTANT (16 October 2011)..................................................................................... 134 MINISTRY OF NAIROBI METROPOLITAN DEVELOPMENT ............................................................ 135 DRIVER III (21 October 2011) .......................................................................................................... 136 CLERICAL OFFICER II (21 October 2011)......................................................................................... 137 RECEPTION ASSISTANT (21 October 2011)...................................................................................... 138 PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA.................................................................................. 139 VETERINARY OFFICER (7 October 2011) ......................................................................................... 141 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER (7 October 2011) .................................................................................. 143 ECONOMIST (7 October 2011) ......................................................................................................... 145 LEGAL OFFICER (7 October 2011) ................................................................................................... 147

SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (7 October 2011) ...................................................... 149 FINANCE OFFICER (7 October 2011) ............................................................................................... 151 PUBLIC COMMUNICATION OFFICER (7 October 2011) .................................................................... 153 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OFFICER (PAYROLL MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEM) (7 October 2011) ....................................................................................... 155 LABOUR OFFICER (7 October 2011) ................................................................................................ 156 ACCOUNTANT (7 October 2011)....................................................................................................... 158 CO-OPERATIVE OFFICER (7 October 2011) ..................................................................................... 160 FILM PRODUCTION OFFICER (7 October 2011) ............................................................................... 162 QUALITY ASSURANCE OFFICER (7 October 2011) ........................................................................... 164 UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME KENYA ............................................................. 166 PROGRAMME OFFICER (11 October 2011) ...................................................................................... 166 KENYA NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL............................................................................... 169 EXAMINATIONS SECRETARY II (ART & DESIGN) (10 October 2011) ................................................ 169 EXAMINATION SECRETARY II (HEARING IMPAIRED AND ENGLISH) (10 October 2011) .................. 170 EXAMINATION SECRETARY II (INFORMATION STUDIES) (10 October 2011).................................... 171 EXAMINATION SECRETARY II (SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT) (10 October 2011) .......................... 172 EXAMINATION SECRETARY II (SURVEYING AND MAPPING) (10 October 2011) ............................... 173 AGRICULTURAL SECTOR COORDINATION UNIT (ASCU)............................................................... 174 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION OFFICER (19 October 2011) ............................................... 174 WWF ............................................................................................................................................. 176 GRANTS COORDINATOR (12 October 2011)..................................................................................... 176 CIMMYT ....................................................................................................................................... 178 PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR SEP CIMMYT (10 October 2011)....................................................... 178 STATE CORPORATION ................................................................................................................. 181

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PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER (12 October 2011) ............................................................................ 181 INTERNATIONAL LIVESTOCK RESEARCH INSTITUTE ................................................................. 182 CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT OFFICER (12 October 2011) .................................................................. 182 CAS CONSULTANTS LIMITED ....................................................................................................... 184 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER FOR DESIGN OF BUILDINGS & BRIDGES .............................................. 184 SURVEYOR FOR CIVIL WORKS CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION ..................................................... 184 INSPECTOR OF WORKS FOR SUPERVISION OF MAJOR CIVIL WORKS ........................................... 185 SPECTRE INTERNATIONAL LIMITED ........................................................................................... 185 RISK AND SECURITY MANAGER (7 October 2011)........................................................................... 186 REPUTABLE AND WELL ESTABLISHED TOURS/ TRAVEL AGENCY .............................................. 186 BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER (7 October 2011) ................................................................. 186 AFRICA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY ................................................................................................. 187 SENIOR ASSISTANT REGISTRAR - CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT (12 October 2011) ..................... 187 ESTATES SUPERVISOR/ MAINTENANCE OFFICER (12 October 2011) ............................................ 188 GOAL IRELAND KENYA ................................................................................................................ 189 ASSISTANT COUNTRY DIRECTOR (14 October 2011)....................................................................... 189 MICRO ENTERPRISES SUPPORT PROGRAMME TRUST................................................................ 191 REGIONAL MANAGER - COAST AND EASTERN REGION (14 October 2011)..................................... 191 KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT OFFICER (14 October 2011).............................................................. 193 STRATHMORE BUSINESS SCHOOL .............................................................................................. 195 ASSOCIATE DEAN - ACADEMICS, FACULTY & RESEARCH AND EXECUTIVE TALENT DEVELOPMENT (14 October 2011) ............................................................................................................................ 195 ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR - EXECUTIVE EDUCATION (14 October 2011) ............................................ 196 SENIOR LECTURERS (14 October 2011) .......................................................................................... 196 ADJUNCT FACULTY/ EXECUTIVE FELLOWS (14 October 2011)...................................................... 197

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FINLAYS ....................................................................................................................................... 197 ASSISTANT REGIONAL SECURITY OFFICER (14 October 2011) ....................................................... 198 SENIOR SECURITY SUPERVISOR (14 October 2011) ....................................................................... 199 LEADING GENERAL INSURER ...................................................................................................... 200 INTERNAL AUDITOR (28 October 2011) ........................................................................................... 201 RISK AND COMPLIANCE MANAGER (28 October 2011).................................................................... 201 SAVE THE CHILDREN UK ............................................................................................................. 203 IMPROVING RESILIENCE AND REDUCING DEPENDENCE (IRRD) MONITORING & EVALUATION MANAGER (14 October 2011)........................................................................................................... 203 ICT COORDINATOR (14 October 2011)............................................................................................. 204 LUTHERAN WORLD RELIEF ......................................................................................................... 205 PROGRAM MANAGER, KENYA (7 October 2011) .............................................................................. 205 BAKERY ....................................................................................................................................... 206 BAKERS (24 October 2011) .............................................................................................................. 206 CARE INTERNATIONAL KENYA .................................................................................................... 207 GRANTS MANAGER - GLOBAL FUND HIV PROGRAM (11 October 2011).......................................... 207 BRAND KENYA BOARD ................................................................................................................. 208 MANAGER NATIONAL BRANDING (11 October 2011) ....................................................................... 209 AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK................................................................................................... 210 PRINCIPAL COMMUNICATION OFFICER (MEDIA RELATIONS) EXTERNAL RELATIONS &

COMMUNICATION UNIT (29 October 2011)...................................................................................... 211 KEMRI-WELLCOME TRUST RESEARCH PROGRAMME ................................................................. 212 RESEARCH CAREER DEVELOPMENT OFFICER (10 October 2011) ................................................. 213 UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI............................................................................................................. 214 DEPUTY UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN (ADMINISTRATION), LIBRARY DEPARTMENT-1 POST-

AC/9/415/11-(R&T) (14 October 2011)............................................................................................ 214

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NOKIA SIEMENS NETWORKS ....................................................................................................... 216 HEAD OF AFRICA PROJECT PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT ......................................................... 216 UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ON DRUGS AND CRIME....................................................................... 218 PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER, P3 (28 November 2011)..................................................... 218 THE SELECTION PANEL FOR CHAIRPERSON AND MEMBERS OF THE ETHICS AND

ANTICORRUPTION COMMISSION ................................................................................................. 222 VACANCY FOR THE POSITION OF CHAIRPERSON, ETHICS AND ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION (10 October 2011) ............................................................................................................................ 223 VACANCY FOR THE POSITION OF MEMBER, ETHICS AND ANTICORRUPTION COMMISSION (10 October 2011) .................................................................................................................................. 224 KENYA NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL............................................................................... 226 PRINCIPAL INTERNAL AUDITOR (10 October 2011) ......................................................................... 226 SENIOR ECONOMIST/ PLANNER (10 October 2011) ........................................................................ 227 CHIEF OFFICER - FACILITIES MANAGEMENT (10 October 2011) .................................................... 228 COAST WATER SERVICES BOARD ............................................................................................... 230 CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (21 October 2011).............................................................................. 230 CAS CONSULTANTS LIMITED ....................................................................................................... 232 RESIDENT ENGINEER FOR CIVIL WORKS CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION .................................... 232 ASSISTANT RESIDENT ENGINEER FOR CIVIL WORKS CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION.................. 233 JHPIEGO ...................................................................................................................................... 233 SENIOR FINANCE MANAGER (RE-ADVERTISED) (14 October 2011) ................................................ 234 SENIOR ADMINISTRATION MANAGER (RE-ADVERTISED) (14 October 2011) .................................. 235 MADHVANI GROUP....................................................................................................................... 236 GENERAL MANAGER (SAFARI LODGE) (10 October 2011) ............................................................... 236 EXECUTIVE CHEF (10 October 2011) .............................................................................................. 236 UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI............................................................................................................. 237

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PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION- AC/9/407/11 (1 POST) - (R&T) (14 October 2011) ...................................................................................................... 237 ELIZABETH GLASER PEDIATRIC AIDS FOUNDATION................................................................... 238 CHIEF OF PARTY/ PROJECT DIRECTOR (30 November 2011) ......................................................... 238 IBM .............................................................................................................................................. 240 INFRASTRUCTURE ARCHITECT ...................................................................................................... 240

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KENYA PLANT HEALTH INSPECTORATE SERVICE Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service (KEPHIS) is a state Corporation in the Agricultural Sector and would like to invite applications from qualified Kenyans who are computer literate and under the age of 40 years for the following job positions.

Candidates from North Eastern Kenya are encouraged to apply.

INSPECTOR (7 October 2011) Ref: VA/1

Major duties and responsibilities: To inspect import/export produce for conformance to market standards. To work in liaison with laboratory Staff to ensure accurate plant pest identification. To undertake surveillance and other prescribed measures at the major boarder points of entry to prevent introduction of risky pests. Coordinate training and awareness of stakeholders on produce quality standards and marketing requirements. Organizing the Corporations participation in exhibitions, shows and field days. Responding to client queries from time to time. Prepare sectional reports in line with performance contracts.

Key qualifications: Bachelor of Science Degree in Agriculture, Horticulture, Botany, Zoology, or any other relevant field from a recognized university. Two year experience in the field of produce quality management or a first class honors in the relevant area. Must demonstrate a thorough understanding of various marketing standards e.g. the EU regulations, Global GAP, etc. Should be familiar with and understands the application of the WTO-SPS Agreement among others. Knowledge of Quality Management Systems will be an added advantage.

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Applicants meeting above qualification should send their applications giving full details of their age, qualifications, experience, present and expected remuneration, full contact address including daytime telephone number, detailed C.V., copies of certificates and testimonials and contact details of three referees.

Applications should indicate position applied for including the reference number and addressed to:

Managing Director P. O. Box 49592-00100 Nairobi

So as to reach not later than 7th October 2011

NB: Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

ACCOUNTANT (7 October 2011) Ref: VA/2

Major duties and responsibilities: Working with management to assess institutional risks and developing an audit plan that considers the results of the risk assessment. Evaluation and verification of final accounts before presentation to the Board of Directors. Evaluating institutional controls to determine their effectiveness and efficiency (systems audit). Special audit on specific sections out of management requests. Evaluating the budget and assess overall effectiveness to the organization. Coordinating work with external auditors, for compliance. Determining the level of compliance with internal policies and procedures and government regulations. Recommending improvements to controls, operations and risk mitigation resolutions. Performing management advisory services as requested by the management. Cost and/ or management accounting. Preparation of budgets.

Key qualifications: Bachelors Degree in Commerce (Accounting), or be in possession of a degree from a recognized university majority in fields relevant to the Accounting Function such as Finance, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics etc. CPA II or any other comparable equivalent.

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Three (3) years relevant experience.

Applicants meeting above qualification should send their applications giving full details of their age, qualifications, experience, present and expected remuneration, full contact address including daytime telephone number, detailed C.V., copies of certificates and testimonials and contact details of three referees.

Applications should indicate position applied for including the reference number and addressed to:

Managing Director P. O. Box 49592-00100 Nairobi

So as to reach not later than 7th October 2011

NB: Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

INTERNAL AUDITOR (7 October 2011) Ref: VA/3

Major duties and responsibilities: Financial and cost analysis. Verification of payment vouchers. Collation of financial estimates. Determination of aggregate expenditure. Coordination and rationalization of expenditure estimates. Supervision of revenue collection process. Cash flow control Preparation of final accounts and statements systems audit

Key qualifications: Bachelors Degree in Commerce (Accounting), or be in possession of a degree from a recognized university majoring in fields relevant to the Accounting Function such as Finances, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics etc. CPA II or any other comparable equivalent. Three (3) years relevant experience.

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Applicants meeting above qualification should send their applications giving full details of their age, qualifications, experience, present and expected remuneration, full contact address including daytime telephone number, detailed C.V., copies of certificates and testimonials and contact details of three referees.

Applications should indicate position applied for including the reference number and addressed to:

Managing Director P. O. Box 49592-00100 Nairobi

So as to reach not later than 7th October 2011

NB: Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

STATISTICIAN (7 October 2011) Ref: VA/4

Major duties and responsibilities: Carry out field layout for National Performance Trial (NPT) and Distinctness Uniformity and Stability (DUS) tests. Carry out candidate variety randomization Carry out data analysis for both DUS and NPT Coordinate the data analysis with plant characters Provide reports on varietal comparisons for purposes of official release Receive and evaluate the NPT applications from crop Breeders/crop Breeding Institutions

Key qualifications: Masters Degree in Bio-statistics/ Statistics with strong quantitative research background. Bachelors of Science in Mathematics/ Statistics or Biological sciences. Three (3) years relevant experience. Statistical computing skills, including proficiency in, SAS and GENSTAT and Microsoft Office. Ability to write scientific publications/ reports.

Applicants meeting above qualification should send their applications giving full details of their age, qualifications, experience, present and expected remuneration, full contact address including daytime telephone number, detailed C.V., copies of certificates and testimonials and contact details of three referees.

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Applications should indicate position applied for including the reference number and addressed to:

Managing Director P. O. Box 49592-00100 Nairobi

So as to reach not later than 7th October 2011

NB: Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

AAR HEALTH CARE LIMITED AAR Health Care Ltd is the medical service delivery arm of the AAR group of companies. We are currently looking for candidates to fill in the below position .The remuneration should be commission based.

SALES REPRESENTATIVES (7 October 2011) Reporting to Sales Team Leaders

Key Responsibilities Achieve monthly, quarterly and annual sales targets as allocated. Compile market intelligence, competitor activities and recommending appropriate strategy to increase company market share. Ensure growth in business volumes and customer numbers Quality management of customer expectations.

Key Requirements/ Competencies: Strong and proven capabilities in Business development. Innovative and creative. High level of integrity. Customer focused and good PR.

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Decisive and confident Excellent analytical and interpersonal skills A passion and commitment to quality service performance. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Result oriented. Good negotiator and articulate communicator. Revenue and cost conscious.

Qualifications & Experience A bachelors degree in any discipline/ Diploma in Sales and Marketing Must be computer literate At least 2 years experience in direct selling Self motivated & proven ability to meet sales targets within defined deadlines Sales experience in selling health care services will be an added.

Interested candidates are invited to apply, strictly by e-mail only fwambua@aar.co.ke providing a detailed resumes stating qualifications.

Closing date: 21st October, 2011

SAVE THE CHILDREN UK

REGIONAL INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER (7 October 2011) Ref: 6720 Region: Africa - East and Southern Country: Kenya Job Location: Nairobi Position Type: Fixed Term Budget Responsibility: None Line Management Responsibility: None Contract Duration: 12 months Closing date for applications: 7 October 2011

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Introduction Save the Children is the worlds independent childrens charity. Were outraged that millions of children are still denied proper healthcare, food, education and protection. Were working flat out to get every child their rights and were determined to make further, faster changes.

It is our intention to focus increased effort on making positive and lasting change for children across the region and we are therefore looking for a Regional Information and Communications Manager, East Africa to join the team. The post holder will work closely with communication teams in the Regional office, Country programmes and with Head Office (HO) who will support the development of this role and provide professional guidance and support.

The Information & Communications Officer will support country level information & communication officers to produce quality communication materials including case-studies, sitreps, factsheets and Q&As.

Through research, writing and photographing communicate Save the Children's programme activities and achievements in the region as well as show the issues that children we work with face.

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://www7.igrasp.com/fe/tpl_savethechildren01.asp?s=wNwYvBGdQoFRwTtFol&jobid=33615,2387233683&key=163 85930&c=334771595614&pagestamp=sesmuqhvujzernmwcv

REGIONAL MONITORING, EVALUATION, ACCOUNTABILITY AND LEARNING ADVISOR (7 October 2011) Ref: 6721 Region: Africa - East and Southern Country: Kenya Job Location: Nairobi Position Type: Fixed Term Contract Duration: 12 months Closing date for applications: 7 October 2011

Introduction Save the Children is the worlds independent childrens charity. Were outraged that millions of children are still denied proper healthcare, food, education and protection. Were working flat out to get every child their rights and were determined to make further, faster changes.

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It is our intention to focus increased effort on making positive and lasting change for children across the region and we are therefore looking for a Regional Monitoring and Evaluation ( M & E), Accountability and Learning Advisor. He/ She will also lead in accountability and learning in the programmes across the East African Region.

The M & E, Accountability & Learning advisor will provide support to Save the Children country programmes across the East Africa Region and the focus of this job in the first instance will be strengthen and support monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning across our emergency response programmes in East Africa, whilst also adding capacity to our monitoring and evaluation, accountability and learning in our longer-term development work.

The M & E , Accountability and Learning Advisor will provide advise and participate where asked in assessments, set up quality, accountability and M&E systems, help programmes increase quality of evidence, promote data-driven decision making, as well as wider participation of children and other groups of beneficiaries in designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating programmes and projects. The post-holder will also be involved in building national staff and partners capacity for better M&E and accountability to beneficiaries, as well as contribute to the agency-wide learning.

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://www7.igrasp.com/fe/tpl_savethechildren01.asp?s=QWfHeKPmZxOAfCcOxu&jobid=33616,2302652354&key=163 85930&c=334771595614&pagestamp=sesmuqhvujzernmwcv

REGIONAL PROGRAMME MANAGER - HORN OF AFRICA (7 October 2011) Ref: 6715 Region: Africa - East and Southern Country: Kenya Job Location: Nairobi Position Type: Fixed Term Budget Responsibility: less than 1 million Line Management Responsibility: 5 - 10 Contract Duration: 12 months Closing date for applications: 7 October 2011

Introduction Save the Children is the worlds independent childrens charity. Were outraged that millions of children are still denied proper healthcare, food, education and protection. Were working flat out to get every child their rights and were determined to make further, faster changes.

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It is our intention to focus increased effort on making positive and lasting change for children across the region and we are therefore looking for a Regional Programme Manager (RPM)

The Regional Programme Managers (RPM) role is to build the capacity of country management teams to make best use of Save the Children programming approaches in order to achieve their strategic objectives for vulnerable children, and to contribute to achieving our wider regional and global programming objectives. The Regional Programme Manager is a core member of the regional management team for East and Southern Africa

We therefore, seek outstanding individuals with the drive and commitment to transform our programme management systems

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://www7.igrasp.com/fe/tpl_savethechildren01.asp?s=VLuWtZEbOmDPuRrDmj&jobid=33601,3456723552&key=16 385930&c=334771595614&pagestamp=sesmuqhvujzernmwcv

REPUBLIC OF KENYA OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER AND MINISTRY OF FINANCE Tender No. MOF/3/2011-2012

Job Opportunity:

TECHNICAL ASSISTANT TO THE AID EFFECTIVENESS SECRETARIAT (AES) (14 October 2011) Background Kenya is a signatory of the Paris Declaration (2005) on Aid Effectiveness together with over one hundred countries both developing and developed.

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As a follow up on commitments made in Paris, the Government of Kenya (GOK) has been working on strengthening the delivery of Official Development Assistance (ODA) and improving the cooperation with Development Partners (DPs).

In 2007, GOK signed the Kenya Joint Assistance Strategy (KJAS) together with seventeen (17) DPs with the objective of improving harmonization, alignment and coordination of its activities.

During a Harmonization, Alignment and Coordination (HAC) Group retreat held in 2009, the aid coordination structure in Kenya was reviewed to include an Aid Effectiveness Secretariat (AES) to support Aid Effectiveness Group (AEG) formerly the HAC Group.

Harmonization in Kenya exists on three tier structure: the AEG which is co-chaired by GOK and DPS; Government Coordination Group (GCG) and the Development Partner Coordination Group (DCG); and the Development Partnership Forum (DPF) at the highest level.

The AES was established to serve as a focal point for AEG related matters, to manage the daily work, and to coordinate AEG-related activities of members.

The objectives of the AEG are: To increase the effectiveness and efficiency of Development Assistance to Kenya in line with the Paris Declaration (2005), Accra Agenda for Action (AAA, 2008) and the Strategic priorities put forth by GOK in the Vision 2030 and its subsequent Medium Term Plans. To reduce transaction costs to GOK by streamlining systems for delivering aid, standardizing procedures, eliminating duplication, managing for development results and upholding mutual accountability.

The Aid Effectiveness Secretariat The Aid Effectiveness Secretariat (AES) is a new unit in Extemal Resources Department within the Ministry of Finance that is responsible for the Aid Effectiveness Agenda in the Country.

The Unit handles harmonization, alignment and coordination of Official Development Assistance (ODA) by ensuring effectiveness and efficiency in line with the Paris Declaration (2005), Accra Agenda for Action (AAA, 2008) and the National priorities in the Vision 2030.

Key Activities of the Aid Effectiveness Secretariat The AES is also responsible for the coordination of the Aid Effectiveness Agenda in the Country.

The main activities of the AES are: Coordinating the preparation and implementation of the Kenya Joint Assistance Strategy (KJAS)

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Promoting division of labour among DPs engaged across all sectors and monitor the Division of labour process

Development of a communication Strategy/outreach programme including civil society relations between donors and government across sectors

Sector standardization and monitor alignment to Medium Term Plan (MTP) sector grouping Support for the implementation of Vision 2030 and the MTP Promoting involvement of non-AEG members in the Harmonization agenda Maintain the AEG website Coordinate the AEG and DPF meetings Support all ad hock AEG activities

Scope of Work Provision of Technical Assistance to Ministry of Finance, External Resources Department in General Programme Coordination and Management including but not limited to the following tasks: Participate and coordinate all inputs to the Development Partner Forums Participate in all AEG meetings and help in preparation of minutes and provide other administrative support functions for AEG in line with the terms of reference for AEG Monitor and report on progress of the sector groups in implementing the AEG agenda Monitor Development Partners coordination, harmonization and alignment work, including the formulation and implementation of a Development Partnership Assessment Framework document Assist in the follow-up of progress in implementing actions agreed at the AEG and DPF meetings Assist in monitoring the implementation of the resolutions of the High Level Forums on Aid Effectiveness Prepare the quarterly progress reports of the AEG work plan

Qualifications Have at least a Masters degree in Development Economics, Statistics, Social Sciences or related Discipline with at least two years professional experience; A strong background in Development or economic planning and Policy Analysis as well as knowledge of development or public sector financing is required Be conversant with the Paris Declaration and the Accra Agenda for Action, and how GOK and DPs implements these agenda. Working experience with Development Partner - Government ministries in charge of aid management is a comparative advantage Demonstrate a significant experience with the design of institutional development projects Good knowledge of the Government of Kenya procedures is an advantage Good communication, excellent analytical and report writing skills Must be fluent in written and oral English

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Reporting and Terms The Technical Assistant will report to the Head, Aid Effectiveness Secretariat in the day to day activities of the AES, and will work closely with the staff of the AES and ERD.

The contract term will be one year renewable.

Interested Persons should deposit their applications in the tender box provided at Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and Ministry of Finance, Treasury Building, Harambee Avenue, 6th floor on or before Friday 14th October, 2011 and be addressed to:

The Financial Secretary Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and Ministry of Finance P.O. Box 30007-00100 Nairobi

Head, Supply Chain Management For: Financial Secretary

EAST AFRICAN BREWERIES LIMITED

CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP REPRESENTATIVE (CRR) (5 October 2011) AutoReqId: 29314BR Function: Sales Type of Job: Full Time Country: Kenya Role Location: Busia Reports To: Area Sales Manager

Context/Scope: The Diageo Sales vision is to become one of the top three most respected Consumer Packaged Goods sales teams in every market we operate in 2011. Our goal is to be winning at the moment of choice to ensure we are winning bigger and beating the competition. This, along with putting the customer at the heart of

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everything we do, will deliver sustained, mutual growth for our brands, categories, customers and partners.

EABL is a joint unit comprising of KBL, EAML, CGI and UBL. Kenya Breweries Limited as a unit, is operating within a dynamic market and an ever changing landscape with the emergence of the East African protocol been signed into law has opened up Kenya, Uganda & Tanzania for cross border trade. Kenya Breweries Limited is involved actively in the Total Adult Beverage industry.

KBL produces and/or distributes a wide range of drinks from right across the Diageo portfolio (including Guinness, Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff, Baileys) and are also home to a growing local brand portfolio, which includes Tusker, White Cap, Pilsner and the Malt beverages Malta Guinness & Alvaro.

In all that we do, we seek to bring out the best of our Diageo values and release the spirit of joy & community which is alive across the African continent. We have a significant investment behind our people agenda to ensure that Kenya Breweries is truly Best Place to Be. We are also proud of the contributions we make in the communities e.g. our commitment to provide safe access to drinking water to 1million people each year.

TOP 3-5

Accountabilities Achieve Sales volume, distribution objectives and execute Sale drivers in retail trade To support the development of selling skills within external merchandiser sales crews and develop merchandiser crews and retailers staff to achieve sales drivers standards Develop brand building activities for the outlet to implement and run KBL promotional activities in outlet. Ensure compliance with Code of Business Conduct and Health and safety at the work environment. Communicate distributor daily stock position and all other reports on time

Qualifications and Experience Required: Degree holder, any discipline plus a minimum of 2 years experience in a similar role. Direct experience of working with customers at the outlet level and a good understanding of how Field Sales operates within the wider Sales organization. Direct experience on Sales Driver execution at the point of purchase, Outlet Segmentation and Managing Relationships persuasive selling and brand passion. Relationship building capability across a range of on trade/off trade customers depending on the role.

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Ability to build a strong understanding of a range of customers at the outlet level. Exposure to other parts of Sales, in particular Account Management teams and Customer Marketing.

Barriers to Success in Role (Optional): Non adherence to compliance and Health & Safety agenda Inability to create amazing relationships with the retail trade Inability to communicate information on time in full

Application closes: 5th October 2011

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?SID=^5ammYOJPBe9CHWCKgT6m/SVH_ slp_rhc_suxicWXzGwpX8l5uUqkfjDalmFrKkWDORzeUkjJ&jobId=1629533&type=search&JobReqLang=1& recordstart=1&JobSiteId=208&JobSiteInfo=1629533_208&GQId=0

NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTE The National Democratic Institute (NDI) is an International nonprofit, Non partisan organization working to support and strengthen democratic institutions worldwide through citizen participation, openness and accountability in government.

HUMAN RESOURCE & ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (7 October 2011) The position entails general assistance in the HR functions to ensure compliance with local laws and NDI Policy, proper documentations and update of HR information.

Assisting in internal training arrangements benefits administration and other administrative duties to ensure smooth running of the Nairobi office

Job Qualifications: NDI is seeking a candidate who has at least Higher Diploma in HR. One (1) year previous experience in International Organization preferred. An undergraduate degree is an added advantage.

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The above position require strong oral and written communication skills (English), proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) well organized and skilled in prioritizing and managing multiple tasks and team orientation.

Application Instructions: Interested candidates should submit their curriculum vitae (CV) and cover letter only to

kssadmin@ndi.org by the close of business on October 7th, 2011.

Clearly indicating the position you are applying for on the email subject line.

No phone calls please. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

MIDDLE - SIZED LAW FIRM A middle - sized law firm seeks to recruit the following:-

LEGAL SECRETARY (10 October 2011) The ideal candidate should: Have excellent Secretarial training. Have worked in a busy law firm for at least 3 years and should have vast knowledge and experience dealing with Conveyancing and Litigation documents. Be ready to work in the City of Nairobi. Be computer literate. Have excellent skills in Communication and Public Relations. Be ready to work under a very demanding schedule and ability to handle pressure. Have excellent planning and organizational skills. Have the ability to work with minimum or no supervision.

If you fit any of the above descriptions, you may submit your application together with a copy of your curriculum vitae, copies of the academic certificates, 2 coloured passport size photographs and your day time telephone contacts to: -

The Office Manager P.O. Box 45707-00100 Nairobi

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On or before 10th October 2011

STANDARD GROUP LIMITED The Standard Group, a multi-media house comprising The Standard stable of newspapers, KTN television, Radio Maisha, PDS and Think Outdoor Media Services wishes to recruit talented, selfmotivated, energetic, result-driven and trustworthy television news anchors/ reporters with the following qualifications:

KISWAHILI/ ENGLISH ANCHORS & REPORTERS FOR KTN (20 October 2011) The Person: Must hold a Bachelors degree in Journalism or a first degree with a Post Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication Must have ability to script creatively and with passion Must be competent in full presentation skills Should be flexible, ready to travel and work under pressure for long and irregular hours Must have a broad perspective on issues

Other Attributes Have a presence and authoritative personality Be a person of high integrity Have good inter-personal skills Must have excellent spoken, including diction, and writing skills Ability to think on their feet

If you think you have the looks, confidence and authoritative voice to match that of Kenyas authoritative channel KTN, please send your application including a detailed curriculum vitae and demo recording to the address below not later than 20th October 2011. Only those adjudged to be the best will be contacted.

Email: anchrep@standardmedia.co.ke

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Send your application to:

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The Manager HR & Administration Standard Group Limited P.O. Box 30080 00100 NAIROBI

The Standard Group is an equal opportunity employer and as such, canvassing of any form will lead to automatic disqualification.

COCA-COLA SABCO

MAINTENANCE PLANNER (5 October 2011) Job Reference Number: KEN - PM - 29/9/2011 - Manufacturing Engineering Job Title: MAINTENANCE PLANNER Location: Nairobi Embakasi Reporting To: Packaging Engineer, Number of Positions Available: 1 Application Closing Date: 5/10/2011

Key Duties & Responsibilities: To ensure optimal availability and performance of the unit by developing all maintenance schedules for the unit. To plan and schedule resources required for job execution. To ensure proper execution of all planned and corrective maintenance work. Analyse maintenance data Develop maintenance plans Manage people performance

Skills, Experience & Education: Diploma in Mechanical/ Electrical Engineering / qualified Technician with at least 5 years maintenance experience.

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General knowledge of plant and equipment. Strong computer skills, SAP an added advantage. Excellent Team player. High integrity.

Equity Statement: Coca-Cola Sabco Pty Ltd emphasizes growth and developmental opportunities for their employees, therefore internal candidates will be considered before external candidates for this position. We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those candidates whom are short listed will be contacted.

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://www.cocacolasabco.drm-za.com/scb/details_Page.asp?ProductID=796

MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN (SERVICES) (5 October 2011) Job Reference Number: KEN - PM - 29/9/2011 - Manufacturing Engineering Job Title: Mechanical Technician (services) Location: Nairobi Embakasi Reporting To: Maintenance Controller, Number of Positions Available: 1 Application Closing Date: 5/10/2011

Key Duties & Responsibilities: Provide firstline maintenance support to packaging equipment. Carry out preventive maintenance, fault finding and corrective maintenance. Execute maintenance activities to ensure maximum availability of production equipment. Maintain SHEQ standards. Participating in failure investigations and root cause analysis and close out of corrective actions. Improve safety of work and machinery.

Skills, Experience & Education: Diploma/ Higher National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering. At least 2 years practical experience as a qualified technician in FMCG environment. Working knowledge of Boilers, Refrigeration and Air compressors, will be an added advantage.

Equity Statement: Coca-Cola Sabco Pty Ltd emphasizes growth and developmental opportunities for their employees, therefore internal candidates will be considered before external candidates for this position. We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those candidates whom are short listed will be contacted.

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To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://www.cocacolasabco.drm-za.com/scb/details_Page.asp?ProductID=797

CREDIT ASSISTANT (5 October 2011) Location: Nairobi Embakasi Reporting To: CREDIT CONTROLLER Number of Positions Available: 1 Application Closing Date: 5/10/2011

Key Duties & Responsibilities: To achieve the monthly cash-collection targets Ensure that appropriate telephone contact is made at the earliest possible stage on overdue debts, in accordance with the Credit Control timetable. Answer queries and enquiries from customers Ensure that payments are correctly allocated, to the appropriate account and against the appropriate invoice(s). Check reminder letters for 100% accuracy and appropriateness before sending Set and monitor credit limits. Where required initiate proceedings to ensure outstanding debts are bought to a satisfactory conclusion. Preparing daily and monthly reports Sending monthly customer statements

Skills, Experience & Education: Minimum Bachelors degree with a bias in Finance Professional course CPA/CCP Excellent negotiation and interpersonal skills SAP settlement skills added advantage

Equity Statement: Coca-Cola Sabco Pty Ltd emphasizes growth and developmental opportunities for their employees, therefore internal candidates will be considered before external candidates for this position. We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those candidates whom are short listed will be contacted.

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://www.cocacolasabco.drm-za.com/scb/details_Page.asp?ProductID=798

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SETTLEMENT CLERK (7 October 2011) Job Reference Number: KEN - PM - 30/9/2011 - FINANCE Job Title: SETTLEMENT CLERK Location: Nairobi Embakasi Reporting To: Settlement Supervisor Number of Positions Available: 1 Application Closing Date: 7/10/2011

Key Duties & Responsibilities: Settlement of loads Billing settled loads Generating unsettled loads reports Reconcile driver accounts Processing customer discounts Notifying customers on credits/debits in their accounts

Skills, Experience & Education: University degree/ Diploma At least CPA 2 Should have worked with Accounting packages, QuickBooks, Sage etc Knowledge of SAP will be added advantage

Equity Statement: Coca-Cola Sabco Pty Ltd emphasizes growth and developmental opportunities for their employees, therefore internal candidates will be considered before external candidates for this position. We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those candidates whom are short listed will be contacted.

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://www.cocacolasabco.drm-za.com/scb/details_Page.asp?ProductID=799

CO-OPERATIVE BANK OF KENYA

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Are you looking for an employer who promotes individual excellence and mutual respect in a team-driven culture with a key focus on social empowerment? The Co-operative Bank of Kenya, The Kingdom Bank is the place for those looking to new horizons.

We are looking for dynamic, creative, flexible and self-driven professionals to fill the position of:

LECTURER: LEARNING RESOURCES AND E-LEARNING PROGRAMMES CO-OP BANK MANAGEMENT CENTRE (10 October 2011) Job Summary Reporting to the Principal Co-op Bank Management Centre the Lecturer in charge of Learning Resources and e-Learning programmes, will be responsible for the Supervision and the performance of the Resource Centre (Library) Conduct Bank wide trainings as shall be assigned by the Principal, Develop e-content learning materials and manage the day to day running of the e-Learning programmes in the Bank.

Main Duties Manage the operations of the Learning Resource Centre (Library) Weekly checks of accuracy of the shelving of Resource Centre Books and periodicals Preparation and issue of periodic Resource Centre Reports e.g. Usage and Regular Consumer Surveys Create awareness to the staff of the available materials in the Resource Centre Arranging or making recommendations (in liaison with the Principal) for the acquisition or replacement of New Resource Centre Books, Videos and other materials in conformity to the current and future anticipated user needs Custodian of the Co-operative Banks Resource Centre Materials Ensuring regular checks of the Integrated Resource Centre Management System (AMLIB) and organizing for upgrades of this system where necessary Facilitate in assigned Courses and other duties at the Co-op Bank Management Centre Participate in Training Needs Analysis Participate in Curriculum development especially e-learning Interpreting existing training needs analysis reports and translating these into Curriculum/ Content Development Conducting Academic and best practice Research in order to stay up-to-date to effectively facilitate in the role Assist in carrying out and analyzing aptitude test results Strategic Planning for the roll-out and growth of e-Learning programmes in liaison with the Principal Co-op Bank Management Centre Manage partnerships with Training Institutions and Providers for the eLearning programmes

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Recommend the appropriate state-of-the-art and cost effective Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)

Identifying specific ways of fitting eLearning into the Blended Learning Strategy Implementation of the e-Learning programmes in conjunction with the ICT department and in liaison with the Principal-CMBC

Long-term resources Planning for the eLearning programmes

Job Specification The ideal candidate will be required to possess the following qualifications, attributes and skills: A Bachelor of Education Degree in Business Studies or Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Science Post graduate degree or diploma in business or management will be an added advantage Experience in the Administration of Electronic Learning Programmes Proficiency in all basic Ms Office applications Some web design (preferably Macro-media Dream weaver) or HTML experience Proven hands on experience in Curriculum Development or Content Development for large organizations Working experience in managing Learning Resource Centers (Library) Minimum 3 years working experience in a similar position. Those with banking experience will have an added advantage

Interested candidates meeting the above criteria should forward an application enclosing detailed Curriculum Vitae accompanied by copies of certificates and indicating the current remuneration to the address shown below by 10th October 2011.

We are an equal opportunity employer.

Only the short listed candidates will be contacted.

Please quote this reference on your application and on the envelope. LEC/1/HRD/2011

The Director Human Resources Division Co-operative Bank of Kenya Ltd P.O. Box 48231-00100 Nairobi

NDEGE CHAI SAVINGS AND CREDIT CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED

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Ndege Chai Sacco Ltd is a Medium size Society based in Kericho and has members in other areas like Naivasha, Mombasa, Tinderet, Sotik Tea/Highlands and Lemotit in Londiani. The following vacancy has arisen in our establishment;

SYSTEM ANALYST (12 October 2011) 1 Post

Main Duties and Responsibilities Development, implementation and management of computerized information systems; Drawing up ICT technical specifications; Undertaking feasibility studies of proposed ICT systems; Ensuring systems integrity, availability and security; Ensuring proper functioning of all ICT systems in the SACCO; Maintaining a backup system for all the data in the SACCO; Maintaining a register of system problems and date of resolving by vendor Providing efficient ICT services to all the functions of the Society; Maintaining all ICT equipment in good working condition; Updating of Society website; Maintenance of ICT systems and provision of user support; Creation of user accounts for all SACCO employees and assigning User rights and implementation of controls in the SACCO system; Trouble-shooting of all ICT systems in the SACCO; and Any other lawful duties as may be assigned from time to time.

Skills, Attributes and Competencies: A Degree in Computer Science or its equivalent from a recognized institution; CCNA certification; Minimum 2 years experience in a similar position; Good communication skills; Age 25 30 years

A competitive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidates.

Those interested and meet the specified minimum qualifications are invited to apply attaching copies of relevant certificates and testimonials with at least two referees to reach the undersigned not later than 12th October, 2011.

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The Chief Executive Officer, Ndege Chai Sacco Ltd, P. O. Box 857, Kericho

NB: Only successful applicants will be contacted.

KENYA NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL The Kenya National Examinations Council wishes to recruit self - motivated and qualified professionals for the vacant positions listed below:

EXAMINATIONS SECRETARY II (RESEARCH) (10 October 2011) Scale EC 9

The successful candidate will be reporting to the Head of Section in Research Division.

This is an entry position in the Research Department and Preference will be given to fresh graduates with relevant qualifications.

Duties and Responsibilities: Carrying out research in educational assessment and monitoring research projects and dissemination of findings implementing research policies and monitoring of research activities in KNEC and analyzing statistical data related to examinations.

Qualifications and Experience Required Masters degree in Educational Measurement and research or equivalent qualification and at least three (3) experience in a related field; Evidence of being well grounded in theory and application of educational research, assessment and psychometrics and proficiency in Computer research statistical application software such as SPSS, STATA, and data analysis spreadsheet.

Terms of Offer

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The Council will offer a competitive remuneration package commensurate with seniority and responsibilities of the position.

Application Procedure Interested and suitably qualified candidates should forward their applications enclosing certified copies of their academic and professional certificates, detailed curriculum vitae giving details of day time telephone contact, e-mail addresses, current remuneration (enclose copy of your latest pay slip), names and valid current contacts of two referees on or before 10th October, 2011 to:

The Deputy Secretary & Head of Human Resources Management Division The Kenya National Examinations Council P O Box 73598 - 00200 Nairobi.

Attention: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will result in automatic disqualification.

HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER III (10 October 2011) KNEC Scale EC 8

The successful candidate will be reporting to a Head of Section in Human Resources Management Division

Duties and Responsibilities: Implementing the Councils HRM reward and compensation policies; Ensuring that all new employees details have been entered into the payroll; Assisting in payroll processing, transactions and initiation of new payroll cycles; Ensuring safe custody, validity, accuracy and completeness of payroll information; Handling of monthly statutory and benefit deduction and reconciliations; Implementation and maintenance of payroll and benefit policies; Generation and preparation of monthly/ annual payroll reports or as required; Planning, coordinating and overseeing the production and distribution of all payroll reports.

Qualifications and Experience Required: Bachelors degree in Social Sciences such as Government, Sociology, Economics, Public/Business Administration, Human Resources Management, plus Higher Diploma in Human Resources Management (KNEC) and at least three (3) years of HR experience and able to work in a challenging environment;

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Ability to keep accurate records and maintain utmost confidentiality of information; A team player with excellent assessment, presentation and communication both verbal and written;

Evidence of proficiency and knowledge in Computer Applications (ACCPAC ERP - HR Module is an added advantage).

Terms of Offer The Council will offer a competitive remuneration package commensurate with seniority and responsibilities of the position.

Application Procedure Interested and suitably qualified candidates should forward their applications enclosing certified copies of their academic and professional certificates, detailed curriculum vitae giving details of day time telephone contact, e-mail addresses, current remuneration (enclose copy of your latest pay slip), names and valid current contacts of two referees on or before 10th October, 2011 to:

The Deputy Secretary & Head of Human Resources Management Division The Kenya National Examinations Council P O Box 73598 - 00200 Nairobi.

Attention: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will result in automatic disqualification.

INTERNAL AUDITOR III (10 October 2011) Scale EC 8

The successful candidate will be reporting to the Head of Section in Audit.

Duties and Responsibilities Develop and execute detailed audit programmes as per the work plans and prepare audit reports on the areas audited with relevant recommendations; Carry out special audits and/ or investigations as required from time to time and implement internal audit strategies, policies and procedures; Carry out audit reviews to assess the effectiveness of risk management and adequacy of internal controls using risk based approach; Monitor the implementation of the agreed audit recommendations.

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Qualifications and Experience Required: Bachelor of Commerce Degree (Accounting or Finance option) OR equivalent qualification from a recognized university and at least three (3) years of audit experience; CPA II or ACCA; Member of IIA; Evidence of proficiency and knowledge in Computer Applications (ACCPAC ERP is an added advantage).

Terms of Offer The Council will offer a competitive remuneration package commensurate with seniority and responsibilities of the position.

Application Procedure Interested and suitably qualified candidates should forward their applications enclosing certified copies of their academic and professional certificates, detailed curriculum vitae giving details of day time telephone contact, e-mail addresses, current remuneration (enclose copy of your latest pay slip), names and valid current contacts of two referees on or before 10th October, 2011 to:

The Deputy Secretary & Head of Human Resources Management Division The Kenya National Examinations Council P O Box 73598 - 00200 Nairobi.

Attention: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will result in automatic disqualification.

ACCOUNTANT III (10 October 2011) KNEC Scale EC 8

The successful candidate will be reporting to a Head of Section in the Finance Division of Finance, Administration and Human Resources Department

Key Responsibilities: This is an entry level grade for Accountants and duties at this level will generally involve: Examination of payment vouchers for correctness. Maintenance of the vote book, cashbook, general ledger and other financial records; Bank reconciliation of KNEC revenue and payments. Qualifications and Experience Required:

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Bachelor of Commerce Degree (Accounting or Finance option) and CPA II and three 3 years accounting experience; OR holders of CPA II with at least five (5) years accounting experience;

Knowledge and experience in the use of ACCPAC - ERP will be an added advantage; Should have demonstrated outstanding professional competence and integrity in work performance.

Terms of Offer The Council will offer a competitive remuneration package commensurate with seniority and responsibilities of the position.

Application Procedure Interested and suitably qualified candidates should forward their applications enclosing certified copies of their academic and professional certificates, detailed curriculum vitae giving details of day time telephone contact, e-mail addresses, current remuneration (enclose copy of your latest pay slip), names and valid current contacts of two referees on or before 10th October, 2011 to:

The Deputy Secretary & Head of Human Resources Management Division The Kenya National Examinations Council P O Box 73598 - 00200 Nairobi.

Attention: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will result in automatic disqualification.

BASE TITANIUM LIMITED Base Titanium Limited, the subsidiary of the Australian company, Base Resources Limited, is developing the globally significant Kwale Mineral Sands Project about 50km south of Mombasa. This project is now funded, with the construction phase commencing in the 3rd quarter of 2011 in order for production to start in the 2nd half of 2013.

Base is a creative resource company which places a strong emphasis on being part of the community in which it operates and on attracting and developing good people. Kwale is the first large mine in Kenya since 1911 and represents an exciting opportunity for high performing candidates seeking to be part of the successful development of this project. Pragmatic people who are proactive, have strong integrity, and who work well within a team environment are encouraged to apply.

You will live close to a world class beach area (Diani beach) that is well serviced by shops, medical facilities and sports amenities and is close to Mombasa.

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Exciting opportunities currently exist for the following key residential positions:

SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCES ADVISOR/ MANAGER Ref. 2001216IG

This role will be responsible for the development, implementation and control of the HR function at Kwale and will be required to: Support leaders to succeed in engaging and developing their people in line with the corporate culture Administer the site operation of the key HR systems Manage the recruitment processes Contribute to the development and improvement of HR Systems, standards and procedures Provide advice and administer industrial relations processes

We are seeking suitably qualified candidates with significant HR experience, preferably in the resource or industry sectors who has a sound knowledge of Kenyan human resource requirements.

To apply, please send your resumes to: applications@globe24-7.com and quote the reference number for the position in the subject line.

PROJECT OH&S MANAGER Ref. 2001201IG

The OH&S Manager will have overall responsibility for establishing and maintaining a high quality health and safety system for the project during the construction phase and then lead this function into the operational phase. This will include working with site contractor safety representatives, ensuring compliance with all legal requirements and ensure that the system is able to be complied with by all contractors and employees.

Key responsibilities include: Establish a coherent safety management system for the project Implement the system and monitor compliance Developing and maintaining an emergency response system Maintain safety reporting and statistics Establish and maintain the operational training systems

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Coaching and mentoring the OH&S Officer and other safety staff.

We seek a highly experienced OH&S Manager, with previous experience in establishing safety systems for new projects, particularly in Africa

To apply, please send your resumes to: applications@globe24-7.com and quote the reference number for the position in the subject line.

OH&S OFFICER Ref. 2001215IG

Reporting to the OH&S Manager, the OH&S Officer will provide support and up to date advice on OH&S matters

Key responsibilities will include: Assist with the development, review and implementation of site OH&S policy and procedures General data entry and OH&S records management to meet site and statutory needs Conduct site specific induction and general OH&S awareness training Identify specific OH&S education and awareness needs and develop programs to suit Conduct various audits and inspections as required Assist with various site OH&S activities as required by the OH &S Manager Assist other Training & Safety staff and with the provision of first aid services.

We seek an enthusiastic OH&S Coordinator, with relevant experience and qualifications, who has an interest in developing and progressing their career in this exciting project.

To apply, please send your resumes to: applications@globe24-7.com and quote the reference number for the position in the subject line.

WINDLE TRUST KENYA

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HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER (7 October 2011) Windle Trust Kenya is seeking for a suitable person to fill the position of a Human Resources Officer to be based in Nairobi Office.

Job Summary: The HRO will guide and manage the overall provision of Human Resources services, policies and programmes for WTK.

The major responsibilities include recruitment, training, development, employee counseling, and performance management, development of policies and orientation of new staff.

Desired Qualification, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Bachelors degree or equivalent in Human Resources with 3 years experience. Knowledge and experience in employment law. Experience in the administration of benefits and other Human Resources programmes Skills in database management and keeping of records Demonstrated ability to uphold high level confidentiality. Exemplary written and spoken communication skills. Outstanding interpersonal relationship building and employee coaching skills. Excellent computer skills in a Microsoft Windows. Must include knowledge of Excel and skills in Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS). Evidence of ability to work with people from different diverse background

Interested and suitably qualified candidates to submit their application including detailed CV, daytime telephone contact, current remuneration and two professional referees to:

Human Resources Manager, Windle Trust Kenya, P. O Box 40521 00100, Nairobi,

or email: hr@windle.org, on or before Friday, October 07, 2011.

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.

Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

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INTERNATIONAL LIVESTOCK RESEARCH INSTITUTE

GRANTS OFFICER (12 October 2011) Vacancy Number: GA/CS/09/11 Location: Nairobi, Kenya Duration: 2-year term with possibility of renewal

The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) works at the crossroads of livestock and poverty, bringing high-quality livestock science, communications and capacity building to bear on poverty reduction and sustainable development. ILRI is one of 15 centres supported by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR). ILRI has campuses in Kenya (headquarters) and Ethiopia, with other offices located in other regions of Africa (Mali, Mozambique, and Nigeria) as well as in South Asia (India, Sri Lanka), Southeast Asia (Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam) and East Asia (China).

ILRI seeks to recruit a dynamic and competent Grants Officer.

Ensure that grants are managed in the most effective and efficient manner through making sure that Financial reports to donors are accurate and prepared in a timely manner. Payables and receivables are regularly monitored and are within manageable limits. Working closely with budget holders through provision of technical advice on grants and budgets.

Responsibilities

Partner Management Make sure transfers to partners are timely and as per contracts. Prepare partner Receivables & Payables accounts on monthly basis. Organize/ conduct trainings to partner accountants. Conduct targeted partner visits.

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Review financial reports, verify the supporting documents and make sure the required entries have been posted in the financial system.

Ensure that audit reports are received as per agreement. Make sure year-end adjustments are done to reflect partner receivables. Review ILRI Partner Contracts. Update the Partner schedule regularly with current information including entering committed transfers in the system.

Preparation for audit Make timely arrangements for grant audits and ensure that grants audits are well coordinated and timely executed. Prepare schedule of all grants with external audit and timelines for the audit. Allocate responsibilities across the three units in finance; treasury- payment vouchers, General accountspersonnel issues. Take lead in ILRI Annual Project Audit Ensure that year end donor circularization letters are timely prepared and dispatched Ensure that yearly financial statements are timely dispatched to respective donors

Preparation of management reports Review & Prepare grant budget burn rates reports. Variances explained. First review of donor reports prepared by accountants as per checklist.( attached) Coordinate prompt and accurate billing, recording and reporting of grant and contract revenues. Review and prepare monthly accounts receivable & payables. Quarterly provision for doubtful debt as per policy. Review monthly schedules for accuracy and submission. Ensure that grant information for all active donors are up to date: grants start/end dates, financial reporting dates, invoicing dates, grant manager, grant amounts and ensure that the information is posted to the ILRINET for all new grants. Ensure that the grants close out checklist is implemented effectively and efficiently Review grants analysis codes and ensure that all grants with T3 extension requirements have been assigned and the financial systems updated. Monitor unrestricted funding and update in the system when the information is available.

Performance management Project accountants Technically manage project accountants. Ensure standardization of their work with Budget & Grants Team. Ensure a healthy working Environment. Ensure safety and healthy work environment.

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Compliance with financial guidelines and others Ensure all financial guidelines for all major donors are filed and easy to access for all onto the ILRINET. Ensure there are constant updates where necessary in the ILRINET. Allocate as well prohibit all the Analysis codes. Review proposal budgets. Assist in the preparation of ILRIs annual financial statement. Undertake any other assignment that may be given by the Budgets and Grants Manager.

Requirements Bachelors degree in Business or Finance. Certified Public Accountant, Kenya CPA (K) or ACCA qualification. Minimum three years in management level. Ability to work in a team of accountants and project management staff. Excellent interpersonal, communication and personal organization skills; Ability to work under tight deadlines. Computer skills, including sound knowledge of Microsoft office. Experience with Sun Systems will be an added advantage.

Terms of appointment: This is a Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) position based at ILRIs Nairobi campus and is open to Kenyan nationals only. The position is on a 2-year contract renewable subject to satisfactory performance and availability of funding.

Job level and salary: This position is job level 3A with a starting gross salary of KES 157,833 per month. This is exclusive of other benefits provided by ILRI.

Applications addressed to the Human Resources Director, a cover letter, curriculum vitae and the names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidates professional qualifications and work experience should be emailed to:

ILRIGrantsofficer@cgiar.org by 12 October 2011.

The position title and reference number GRANTS OFFICER: GO/CS/09/11 should be clearly marked on the subject line of the email applications. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

To find more about ILRI, visit our Website at www.ilri.org

ILRI is an equal opportunity employer.

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BIO-INNOVATE PROGRAMME ASSISTANT (12 October 2011) Department: Bio-Innovate Location: Nairobi, Kenya Duration: 2-year term with possibility of renewal

Bio-resource Innovations Network for Eastern Africa Development (Bio-Innovate) seeks to recruit a highly competent and dynamic Program Assistant Officer.

Bio-Innovate is a new multidisciplinary competitive funding mechanism for biosciences and product orientated innovation activities in Eastern Africa, supported by a grant of SEK 80m (USD 10.7m) from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida). The Program builds on previous investments, achievements and experiences from the Sida-supported BIO-EARN Program and other regional initiatives. Bio-Innovate will work closely with the African Union New Partnership for Africas Development (AU/NEPAD) Planning and Coordinating Agency (NPCA) in strengthening regional collaboration in science and technology to enable the continent to adapt the rapid advances and promises of modern biosciences.

Bio-Innovate will focus on delivering new products through bioscience innovation systems involving a broad range of actors, including scientists, private sector, policy makers, NGOs and other practitioners. It will use modern biosciences to improve agriculture and conserve the environment through improving crop productivity and resilience to climate change in small-scale farming systems; improving the efficiency of the agro-processing industry to add value to local bio-resources. The program will also develop sound policies for commercializing products from biosciences research; and investigate innovative delivery systems.

Bio-Innovate will be managed by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI). It will be co-located on ILRIs Nairobi campus with the BecA ILRI Hub, a biosciences research platform that is part of AU/NEPADs Africa Biosciences Initiative.

The BioInnovate Program Assistant will be part of a small Program Management Team and will in particular involve in ensuring that adequate program projects, financial and administrative systems are established and maintained. He/she will be responsible for providing technical backstopping to the overall Program management. The BioInnovate Program Assistant will report to the BioInnovate Program Manager. This position will be based at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) Headquarters in Nairobi but it may require frequent travel throughout the Eastern Africa region.

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A suitable candidate is expected to have the following qualifications and experience Provide administrative backstopping to the overall Program management; Support in organizing BioInnovate events, such as technical workshops, meetings of the Technical Advisory Committee, and annual technical meetings with research for development partners;

Assist in developing and maintaining a filing system and data base for managing BioInnovate Program documentation, including concept notes, project proposals, project agreements, etc;

Manage the data archive for the Bio-Innovate program; Establish and maintain a key contacts data base and email list server, including all Principal Investigators, Project team members, and other stakeholders

Support in establishing and keeping up to date a resource mobilization list of key contacts; Assist the Program Manager in the preparation of competitive Calls for Concept notes and managing of the review process, full proposal development, approval and contractual arrangements;

Assist the Program Manager in the monitoring and evaluation of BioInnovate Projects, including monitoring of milestones and in the preparation of regular technical and financial reports;

Help select and source stories for a BioInnovate E-News, which will be a primary communications vehicle for the BioInnovate Management Office to communicate with all its stakeholders;

Work with principal investigators of the BioInnovate Projects in six countries of eastern Africa in sourcing stories about their work for the BioInnovate website and E newsletter, ensuring the accuracy of the science as well as the liveliness of the news and pictorial interest;

Provide support to BioInnovate Project principal investigators and their research and development teams on generating appropriate communications materials to reflect the work of the BioInnovate Program and its partners;

Manage public awareness events with the media, linked with events such as the launch of the BioInnovate program and the annual technical meeting, amongst others;

Assist in the BioInnovate Administration and Financial Officer in maintaining valid and accurate records pertaining to funded projects and financial utilization by projects in the Bio-Innovate program thematic areas;

Provide other administrative and financial support to the Program Manager and the Administration and Finance Officer as requested;

Manage procurement and logistics services for the Bio-Innovate Management Office; Carry out other duties as requested by the BioInnovate Program Manager.

Requirements Minimum first degree in the field of biosciences and/or business administration; Post graduate training in communications is an asset; Minimum 3 years related work experience Experience in organizing conferences and meetings;

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Computer skills, including familiarity with Microsoft Office and communications tools, such as Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop;

Excellent communication skills, in written and verbal communications in English, including web based communications; knowledge of other languages an advantage;

Administrative and financial management skills for project monitoring and program management; Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to work in a multicultural environment and team building capability;

Capacity to take initiative, demonstrate good judgment and work under minimal supervision; Multi-tasking skills, with ability to coordinate, prioritize and organize workload, meet deadlines and work under pressure.

Terms of appointment: This is Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) position based at Nairobi headquarters and is on initial 2 year contract renewable subject to satisfactory performance and availability of funding.

Job level and salary: This position is job level 2C and starting salary is KES 105,833 per month. This is exclusive of other benefits provided within ILRIs Nationally Recruited Staff Scheme.

Applicants should send a cover letter expressing their interest (detailed CV, names and contact details (Telephone, E-mail) of three professional referees to e-mail: recruit-ilri-Ken@cgiar.org by 12 October, 2011. Only shortlisted candidates will contacted.

To find out more about ILRI, visit our website at www.ilri.org ILRI is an equal opportunity employer.

WANANCHI SACCO SOCIETY LIMITED

INTERNAL AUDIT MANAGER (11 October 2011) Applications are invited for the position of an Internal Audit Manager at Wananchi Sacco Society Limited.

Prospective Candidates must possess the following;

Qualifications Aged between 30 - 45 years Bachelors Degree preferably in Commerce (Accounting) or Equivalent. Must hold CPA (K) and be registered with ICPAK.

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Experience Minimum of 3 (three) years experience in a busy environment and preferably in a Deposit Taking Sacco Skills Hands on experience in computerized Accounting Systems. Conversant with recognized quality systems Good analytical and reporting skills High integrity and honesty Those with CISA and IIA qualifications will have an added advantage.

Applicants who meet the above requirements are requested to send their applications in hard copy addressed to the Chairman.

They must attach their Curriculum Vitae, Testimonials and provide details of three Referees one of whom must be a professional referee so as to reach the undersigned on or before 11th October 2011 at 12.00 noon.

The position offers competitive remuneration package and benefits to the successful candidate.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Chairman Wananchi Sacco Society Ltd P. O. Box 910-10106 Othaya

ESTABLISHED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER LEARNING

LECTURERS (11 October 2011) An established institution of higher learning in Nairobi is seeking qualified lecturers for Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) degree programme for years I - IV of study.

Areas of specialization: Finance Accounting

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Business Administration

Requirements Must be a Masters degree holder in the relevant field PhD holders/students will have an added advantage Must have a minimum of 2 years lecturing at degree level or 3 years at diploma level Must be an effective communicator and have excellent interpersonal skills

If you meet the above requirements, please send your application with a cover letter, detailed standard CV, academic certificates, transcripts and testimonials by 11/10/2011.

DN/A 1107 P.O Box 49010-00100 Nairobi, Kenya.

SUNRISE CASINOS EXPERIENCED CASINO OPERATIONAL EMPLOYEES

CASINO PITBOSS/ CASINO TABLES INSPECTORS/ CASINO DEALERS (7 October 2011) (Code SGS-OO1)

HOUSEKEEPING SUPERVISOR & CLEANERS (7 October 2011) (Code ZITHK001)

F&B - SUPERVISORS/ COOKS/ BARTENDERS/ STEWARDS/ WAITRESSES (7 October 2011) (Code ZITFB001)

CUSTOMER RELATIONS RECEPTIONIST (7 October 2011) (Code ZITREP001)

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HR ASSISTANT (7 October 2011) (Code ZITHR001)

Minimum Requirement: Graduate with a minimum post graduate in HR Development. At least 3 yrs experience in a busy HR office, preferably in Hospitality Industry Thorough knowledge of new Labour Laws Ability to work in a high pressure environment - handling over 300+ employees Knowledge to work in MS Office (MS Word, MS Outlook, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint etc).

PUBLIC RELATIONS SPECIALIST (7 October 2011) (Code ZITPRO001)

Diploma/ Degree with at least 5 years Public Relations Communication experience. Creative approach to marketing communications - finding new solutions & exploring new ways to meet objectives.

Excellent interpersonal skills to develop relationships with Corporate Clients, Hospitality Field & PR Agencies.

Strategic and commercial insight. Fully proficient in Microsoft Office (MS Word, MS Outlook, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint). A can do approach and ability to work to tight deadlines.

CASINO CASHIERS (7 October 2011) (Code ZITCASH001

Experience in working with cash (Forex Bureau, Bank Cashier, Casino Cashier) Positive attitude and customer service skills with good spoken and written English Good mathematic knowledge; logical thinking & ability to concentrate in a pressure environment Above average level of responsibility in Cash Desk area Fully proficient in Microsoft Office (MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook)

If applying for a experienced casino employee position, applicants should posses a clear track record and are willing to change jobs.

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Clearly indicate on the envelope or when sending CV by email for which position you are applying for by including the reference code.

Applications to reach the HR Manager by no later than Friday, 7 October 2011

Human Resources Manager P O Box 925-00606, Sarit Centre Nairobi Email: zitron.limited@gmail.com

SPECTRE INTERNATIONAL LIMITED Spectre International Limited the leading manufacturer in the production of Industrial & Potable alcohol and allied products is looking for young and savvy professionals to be part of our team.

MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANT (7 October 2011) The incumbent will be responsible for calculating, analyzing and reporting standard cost of production, manufacturing variances and plant inventory.

He/she will be reporting to the Financial Controller and will work to broad plant and corporate objectives requiring a great deal of cost analysis independent judgment and decision making.

Required Qualifications Minimum of 2 solid years of Cost Accounting in a Manufacturing Environment Bachelors Degree in Accounting, ACCA or CPA(K) Must have a strong Cost systems background and have excellent analytical skills; sound understanding of accounting principles. Computer Literate - Strong Excel skills and the ability to use Outlook and Word Experience with ACCPAC a plus Experience working with engineering and manufacturing personnel on development and analysis of cost standards Ability to accurately prepare daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual reports Knowledge of ERP

All suitably qualified candidates should send their detailed CV, a cover letter, current and expected salary plus two professional references to: hr@spectreint.co.ke

Closing date for applications will be 7th October, 2011

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ACCOUNTING CLERK (7 October 2011) The Accounting Clerk will perform a variety of general accounting support tasks in an accounting department including verifying the accuracy of invoices and other accounting documents or records, updating and maintaining accounting journals, ledgers and other records detailing financial business transactions (e.g., disbursements, expense vouchers, receipts, accounts payable).

Required Qualifications Ability to enter data into computer system using defined computer programs. (ACCPAC) Competency in Microsoft applications including Word, Excel and Outlook. Organizational, verbal and written communication skills a must. Attention to detail and ability to multi-task is an asset. Requires 3 years experience.

All suitably qualified candidates should send their detailed CV, a cover letter, current and expected salary plus two professional references to: hr@spectreint.co.ke

Closing date for applications will be 7th October, 2011

AGENCY WORKING FOR CHILDREN An agency working for children seeks to recruit qualified people with hands on experience to fill the following positions across the country.

20 PROGRAMME OFFICERS/ SOCIAL WORKERS (7 October 2011) Degree or diploma in social work from a recognized institution, At least 3 years experience in project management, ability to work with children of all backgrounds, those who can speak Somali or Turkana language will have an added advantage

Attributes applicable to all the positions: team player, self driven, Works with little/ no supervision, Computer skills & Good command in spoken and written English.

Send your application, together with a detailed CV, copies of certificates and contacts of 3 referees by 7th October 2011 to:

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D.N.A 1108, P.O. Box 49010 00100, Nairobi

PEDIATRIC COUNSELORS (7 October 2011) Degree or diploma in psychology, or child development, or special education. At least 3 years working with children.

Attributes applicable to all the positions: team player, self driven, Works with little/ no supervision, Computer skills & Good command in spoken and written English.

Send your application, together with a detailed CV, copies of certificates and contacts of 3 referees by 7th October 2011 to:

D.N.A 1108, P.O. Box 49010 00100, Nairobi

LOGISTICS OFFICER (7 October 2011) Bachelors Degree or equivalent in technical studies, Substantial knowledge of standard logistics procedures and practices required. At least 3 years previous experience in a relief NGO, in a similar role.

Attributes applicable to all the positions: team player, self driven, Works with little/ no supervision, Computer skills & Good command in spoken and written English.

Send your application, together with a detailed CV, copies of certificates and contacts of 3 referees by 7th October 2011 to:

D.N.A 1108, P.O. Box 49010 00100, Nairobi

HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER NAIROBI (7 October 2011) Degree or diploma in human resource from a recognized institution, Male applicants are encouraged to apply

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Attributes applicable to all the positions: team player, self driven, Works with little/ no supervision, Computer skills & Good command in spoken and written English.

Send your application, together with a detailed CV, copies of certificates and contacts of 3 referees by 7th October 2011 to:

D.N.A 1108, P.O. Box 49010 00100, Nairobi

MONITORING AND EVALUATION OFFICER NAIROBI (7 October 2011) Degree or diploma in project planning & management/monitoring and evaluation

Attributes applicable to all the positions: team player, self driven, Works with little/ no supervision, Computer skills & Good command in spoken and written English.

Send your application, together with a detailed CV, copies of certificates and contacts of 3 referees by 7th October 2011 to:

D.N.A 1108, P.O. Box 49010 00100, Nairobi

FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION MANAGER NAIROBI (7 October 2011) Bachelors degree in Finance/Accounting or Business Administration with strong finance and management background, in addition to CPA (K). 10 years experience in budgeting and reporting on donor funded projects.

Hands on experience using computerized accounting system. Audits and office management skills are essential. Other desirable skills include strong analytical, supervisory and leadership skills, ability to prepare and present concise and accurate financial reports, strong organizational skills, with the ability to plan, organize and implement various activities within a time pressured environment.

Attributes applicable to all the positions: team player, self driven, Works with little/ no supervision, Computer skills & Good command in spoken and written English.

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Send your application, together with a detailed CV, copies of certificates and contacts of 3 referees by 7th October 2011 to:

D.N.A 1108, P.O. Box 49010 00100, Nairobi

2 ACCOUNTANTS (7 October 2011) Bachelors degree in Finance or Accounting from a recognized university/ CPA qualification. Minimum of 5 years experience in donor funded projects. Ability to use computerized accounting systems. Other skills include strong analytical skills, ability to prepare and present concise and accurate financial reports, strong organizational skills, with the ability to plan, organize and implement various activities within a time pressured environment.

Attributes applicable to all the positions: team player, self driven, Works with little/ no supervision, Computer skills & Good command in spoken and written English.

Send your application, together with a detailed CV, copies of certificates and contacts of 3 referees by 7th October 2011 to:

D.N.A 1108, P.O. Box 49010 00100, Nairobi

NUTRITION OFFICER (7 October 2011) Graduate/Diploma in Nutrition/ Public Health, 3 years experience working for Infant and Young Children Nutrition programme

Attributes applicable to all the positions: team player, self driven, Works with little/ no supervision, Computer skills & Good command in spoken and written English.

Send your application, together with a detailed CV, copies of certificates and contacts of 3 referees by 7th October 2011 to:

D.N.A 1108,

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P.O. Box 49010 00100, Nairobi

5 TEACHERS (7 October 2011) P1 with Montessori training

Attributes applicable to all the positions: team player, self driven, Works with little/ no supervision, Computer skills & Good command in spoken and written English.

Send your application, together with a detailed CV, copies of certificates and contacts of 3 referees by 7th October 2011 to:

D.N.A 1108, P.O. Box 49010 00100, Nairobi

ICT OFFICER (7 October 2011) Degree or diploma ICT, 2 years experience in both soft and hard ware maintenance.

Attributes applicable to all the positions: team player, self driven, Works with little/ no supervision, Computer skills & Good command in spoken and written English.

Send your application, together with a detailed CV, copies of certificates and contacts of 3 referees by 7th October 2011 to:

D.N.A 1108, P.O. Box 49010 00100, Nairobi

CHILDRENS HOME MANAGER (7 October 2011) Degree in social work or related development studies from a recognized institution, Ability to work with children of all backgrounds.

Attributes applicable to all the positions: team player, self driven, Works with little/ no supervision, Computer skills & Good command in spoken and written English.

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Send your application, together with a detailed CV, copies of certificates and contacts of 3 referees by 7th October 2011 to:

D.N.A 1108, P.O. Box 49010 00100, Nairobi

SNV NETHERLANDS DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER (14 October 2011) SNV Netherlands Development Organization works in over 33 developing countries across the world in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe.

The emphasis of our work is on poverty reduction and promotion of good governance through Increasing production, income and employment and Increasing access to basic services in the sectors of water, sanitation & hygiene and renewable energy.

SNV works is in nine countries in the East and Southern Africa Region (ESA): Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Rwanda, Southern Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe, with the Regional office based in Nairobi.

We are active in three sectors Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Renewable Energy and Agriculture.

We are inviting interested and qualified Kenyan citizens to apply for the position:

Overview of the position: The Business Development (BD) Officer works with the Strategy/Business Development/ communications team supporting the ESA Region and nine countries in meeting ambitious global business development targets.

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This includes identifying and securing funding from foundations and companies, bilateral and multilateral donors and providing operational, administrative, information, and strategic support to the business development teams.

The BD officer will help the ESA Region to plan for and implement business development activities, maintain business development systems and strengthen SNV's corporate response to published and unpublished opportunities.

The role requires both market insight and coordination capacities.

Location: The position is based at the Regional Office in Nairobi.

Reporting lines: The position hierarchically and functionally reports to the Senior Regional Advisor PRM based in Nairobi while providing BD services to the Region and 9 countries.

Responsibilities: Facilitate responses to both internal and external business development queries Help to manage SNV business development initiatives, including improvements to internal business development systems and processes Spearheads the development of PR, communication and marketing documents, including but not limited to brochures, intranet, website and coordinate all external marketing presentations Gather market intelligence on donors, projects and partners, through desk-based research and support the coordination of global Build, maintain and influence a network of (potential) donors and partners in relation to specific funding opportunities Ensure adequate information flows to key SNV staff and consultants with reference to both published & unpublished opportunities Support SNV staff with their respective business development tasks, including bid managers to deliver high quality concept notes, grant proposals, expressions of interest and tender bids Attend external meetings, road shows and other public fora strategic for SNV profiling and business relations Monitor regional business development effectiveness and targets

Educational/ Professional Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in Business and/ or Development related subjects, Marketing or any other relevant discipline

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Key competencies for the post: Salary: Competitive salary excluding attractive secondary benefits and allowances, a challenging work environment in a team setting that stimulates self development and creativity. International exposure Strong client management skills, ability to deliver within tight deadlines Capable of hands on problem-solving, ability to generate ideas and prioritize tasks Excellent organizational and time management skills A positive and determined approach to researching and analyzing new business opportunities Ability to use own initiative and pay close attention to detail Strong oral and written communication skills in English Work experience in development and/or private (consultancy, marketing) sector Skills in and excitement about the use of state of the art ICT and (social) media Ability and flair to play a representative role

Closing date for applications is 14 October, 2011.

Candidates should apply in writing and include updated Curriculum Vitae with a reliable telephone number and e-mail address and names and contacts of 2 professional referees.

Applications should be sent via email to: ralexander@snvworld.org

SNV is dedicated to a society where all people enjoy the freedom to pursue their own sustainable development.

Our advisors contribute to this by strengthening the capacity of local organizations.

NORWEGIAN REFUGEE COUNCIL

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Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) Somalia/Kenya is a two Country Program with four field offices in Dadaab (Kenya), Hargeisa (Somaliland), Bossaso (Puntland) and Mogadishu (South Central). NRC has been present in Somaliland since early 2004 and expanded to Puntland in 2006, Mogadishu and Dadaab in 2007. In a short time NRC established Education, Shelter/Sanitation, Distribution and Camp Management projects for IDPs, refugees and local population in Somalia and Kenya. NRC also has a coordination office in Nairobi, Kenya that was established in 2006.

CONSTRUCTION OFFICER (7 October 2011) Reporting to: Project Coordinator Shelter Duty Station: Dadaab Duration of Contract: ASAP to 31st December 2011 (with possible extension)

Main Responsibilities include: Ensure effective planning and implementation of the construction activities in Dadaab. Start up and oversee all tendered construction activities and contract management. Assure correct measurement of completion of works, recommend for payments and prepare interim and final payment certificates. Work closely with the Shelter Project Officers and Assistants to ensure timely delivery of quality construction works. Prepare documents for final handover and closure of projects. Assist the Project Manager in overall planning and design of future projects. Produce weekly progress reports on the construction activities in Dadaab. Supervise the Construction Assistant.

Required skills and qualifications: Relevant university degree or higher education, preferably in Structural/Civil Engineering, Quantity Surveying or any other relevant field. At least 3 years of relevant working experience. Proven track record in the process of tendering, contracting and contract management. Proven ability to use MS Office software (especially Word and Excel) and AutoCAD is essential. Experience with other computer programs such as SAP 2000 and Microsoft Project would be an advantage. Significant cultural awareness and experience working in a multi-cultural environment. Excellent communication skills (Spoken and Written) including the ability to explain and present technical information. Fluency in English, both oral and written. Accurate and precise.

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Deadline for Applications: 7th October 2011

Applications should be submitted to:

Norwegian Refugee Council, P O Box 21211-00100 Nairobi, Kenya Email Address: recruitment_nb@som.nrc.no Or Norwegian Refugee Council, Dadaab Field Office P O Box 05, Dadaab

Only the short listed candidates will be contacted.

The Norwegian Refugee Council is an equal opportunity employer, with no discrimination in terms of sex, age, religion, ethnic origin or political affiliation.

LOGISTICS OFFICER (7 October 2011) Reporting to: Area Program Support Coordinator Duty Station: Dadaab Duration of Contract: ASAP to 31st December 2011 (with possible extension)

Main Responsibilities include: Ensure effective planning and implementation of the construction activities in Dadaab. Ensure that all goods received by NRC are recorded in NRC standard templates, stored and handled as per NRCs Logistics manual. Ensure that all store transaction paper works are kept filed as per NRCs filing system. Disseminate store records once a month to all users in Dadaab and to Nairobi. Ensure that all procurement needs for Dadaab are being met in a timely and quality manner. Support all projects in Dadaab by managing request forms for local procurements and relaying the requests to the relevant procurement centers. Maintain and update local price lists. Liaise with Nairobi and follow up with the APSC on all orders. Ensure that all works and service contracts are done according to NRCs Logistics manual and Kenyan Labor Laws. Ensure that all payments are done on time for local orders and are cross checked against the initial procurement and delivery papers. Supervise the Logistics Assistants and the Procurement Assistant.

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Required skills and qualifications: Relevant university degree, preferably in Logistics or Procurement or related field. At least 3 years working experience in a busy Logistics department preferably with INGO or UN. Experience working in an emergency or refugee program will be and added advantage. Understanding of various donors requirements Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills. Fluency in the English, both oral and written Training skills. Ability to work under pressure. Excellent working knowledge in Microsoft Office.

Deadline for Applications: 7th October 2011

Applications should be submitted to:

Norwegian Refugee Council, P O Box 21211-00100 Nairobi, Kenya Email Address: recruitment_nb@som.nrc.no Or Norwegian Refugee Council, Dadaab Field Office P O Box 05, Dadaab

Only the short listed candidates will be contacted.

The Norwegian Refugee Council is an equal opportunity employer, with no discrimination in terms of sex, age, religion, ethnic origin or political affiliation.

PROGRAM OFFICER (10 October 2011) Reporting to: Program Development Manager Duty Station: Nairobi, with frequent travel to the field offices in Somalia, Kenya & Ethiopia Duration of Contract: ASAP to 31st December 2012 (with possible extension)

Main Responsibilities include: Contribute to the development of country program strategies, concept papers and situation analysis. Quality assurance and finalization of reports, proposals and concepts in line with the donor requirements and NRC policies and strategies; Coordinating the production process of reports and proposals; Coordinating the deadlines for proposal and report submission

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Support PDU in the overall day to day planning and progress monitoring of the implementation of the core NRC Somalia/Kenya/Ethiopia Mission program activities;

Monitor the humanitarian situation n Kenya, Somalia, and Ethiopia and highlight new developments for senior management

Undertake capacity building of staff on proposal writing; program and project cycle management and advocacy

Support field offices on assessments. In liaison with the PDM, plan programme/project assessments and evaluations

Undertake regular field trips to follow up and advise through field reports and recommendations on progress of projects

Ensure that Protection analysis is part of the activities being undertaken and contributing to the development of NRC analysis on prioritized Protection issues by facilitating the mainstreaming of Protection issues within NRC program

Ensure that the advocacy issues and initiatives are identified within the country programs, and support the PDM and the Area Managers in their advocacy work

Ensure deliberate overall Somalia/Kenya/Ethiopia program approach along do no harm principles

Ensure gender mainstreaming in all program documents and processes Attend coordination and Cluster meetings as advised by the PDM and coordinate responses and actions as required

Support in preparation of media briefs and success stories; and write, design and edit project publications/brochures/factsheets/newsletter, etc

Ensuring information a coordinated flow of information between NRC Nairobi and the field offices Assist with any other duties assigned by the Program Development Manager, as and when required.

Required skills and qualifications: Relevant university degree, preferably in Social Sciences, Development Studies, Law or other related field. At least 3 years experience in field project review and evaluation; Documented skills in formulation of programme/project proposals, budgets and reports Understanding of various donors requirements Ability to use Logical Framework Approach as a tool in project/programme design and follow-up Significant understanding of complex emergencies and crisis contexts Significant political and cultural awareness and experience of working in setting where insecurity is a major issue Awareness of gender and protection issues Proven communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills Fluency in English, both oral and written

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Above average computer literacy

Desired Skills: Knowledge of the political situation in Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia. Experience working with statistical software packages.

This position will require the job holder to regularly travel to Somalia/Kenya/Ethiopia field offices. Applicants should hold valid travel documents.

Deadline for Applications: 10th October 2011

Applications should be submitted to:

Norwegian Refugee Council, P O Box 21211-00100 Nairobi, Kenya

Email Address: recruitment_nb@som.nrc.no

Or

Norwegian Refugee Council, Dadaab Field Office P O Box 05, Dadaab

Only the short listed candidates will be contacted.

The Norwegian Refugee Council is an equal opportunity employer, with no discrimination in terms of sex, age, religion, ethnic origin or political affiliation.

AFRICA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY

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DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR (12 October 2011) Roles and Responsibilities Reporting to the Manager, Information Technology, the successful candidate will be responsible for: Defining, designing, testing and implementing the Universitys ERP databases Developing and implementing security procedures for database applications, considering issues such as faculty, student and employee data access needs and risk of data loss or disclosure Evaluation of user requests for new, modified or updated software application programmes to determine feasibility and compatibility with the Universitys ERP Care and maintenance of the Universitys ERP system consisting of the academic management system, MS Navision financial system and other Database systems across the University Reviewing, testing and evaluating the Database & Related systems existing to determine their effectiveness, reliability and compatibility

Qualifications and skills Advanced and broad IT Knowledge in data and systems security, operating systems, network design and security as well as system auditing Ability to maintain confidentiality of privileged information and to ensure absolute discretion and sensitivity to confidential matters Strong communication skills both written and oral and interpersonal skills with excellent team working skills

Applications should reach the office not later than Wednesday, 12th October, 2011. Applications could also be dropped at our Town Campus located at the Stanbank Building, Moi Avenue. Note: Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY (12 October 2011) Roles and Responsibilities The successful candidate will report to and work directly with the Executive Officer in provision of high level professional and administrative support for the Executive internal and external activities. This person should therefore have previous experience of working in a senior secretarial role, including dealing with a wide range of people in an institution of higher learning.

Duties and Responsibilities To maintain daily schedules and co-ordination of the Executive Office commitments To arrange and coordinate appointments and meetings for the Executive Office

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Preparation of all correspondence and other documentation as may be requested by the Executive Office from time to time

Advising the Executive Officer of impending internal and external work To make all logistical arrangements, including travel, for the Executive Office and its visitors To respond accurately and efficiently to all enquiries from the Executive Office using own initiative and to liaise effectively with internal and external contacts

Independently research confidential, controversial and restricted data/other material as required by the executive office and his deputies for various projects

To assist in the preparation of all international travel itineraries and coordinate all arrangements for the international visits where the executive Officer has involvement

To appropriately execute any other duties as directed by the executive office, or its appointees

Qualification and skills Holder of a university degree with BA Secretarial Studies or other related discipline. At least five years secretarial experience at a senior level, especially in publics relations, protocol, general office administration working with top management in an institution of higher learning Proven experience in self-management. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written Proven teamwork ability as well as drive for results Planning, organizing, and coordinating processes and activities, including meetings/Workshops Computer skills in MS Office and the ability to use other office technology to create documentation, exchange and archive e-mail, maintain electronic filing systems Ability to summarize and draft complex reports Utmost discretion, tact and confidentiality Detailed knowledge and technical expertise in Office Management Able to work with minimal supervision, independently or as part of a team

Applications should reach the office not later than Wednesday, 12th October, 2011. Applications could also be dropped at our Town Campus located at the Stanbank Building, Moi Avenue. Note: Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS - ADMISSIONS OFFICE (12 October 2011)

Responsibilities To provide administrative services in the University admissions office; admissions and registration functions, processing of applications, dissemination of information to students amongst other duties.

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A Bachelors Degree in social sciences from a recognized University, proficient in computer applications, excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational and analytical skills. Experience in Customer Relations will be an added advantage.

Applications should reach the office not later than Wednesday, 12th October, 2011. Applications could also be dropped at our Town Campus located at the Stanbank Building, Moi Avenue. Note: Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

GRAPHICS DESIGNER (12 October 2011) Applicants must be holders of a Diploma in Graphics Design from a recognized university.

In addition, the applicant must have: At least three (3) years relevant work experience. Practical experience with software such as; Adobe After Effects, 3D Studio Max, Adobe Illustrator inDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia Director, Macromedia Flash, Dream Weaver, Adobe Premiere, Sound Forge, Microsoft package Corel Draw. Critical thinking, problem solving and good judgment skills. Experience with large-scale projects and knowledge of development & production process and be passionate about details. Ability to utilize many applications of multimedia. Experience in organizing and writing technical reports and presentations. Photography skills. Portfolio Electronic

Responsibilities The successful candidate will be expected to; Build capacity among subject matter experts in multimedia and Graphic design. Create animations, graphics and other multimedia elements. Record and Edit Video and Sound Integrate graphics, sound, text, animation, still images and digital video into one package Design artworks for marketing materials. Maintain processes and high quality standards of work and ensure that all projects are finished on time Initiate innovative projects in Multimedia, Graphic design and Software development.

Applications should reach the office not later than Wednesday, 12th October, 2011. Applications could also be dropped at our Town Campus located at the Stanbank Building, Moi Avenue. Note: Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

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SAVE THE CHILDREN UK Save the Children UK is a leading international child rights organization, fighting to improve the lives of children in the UK and 50 countries around the world. Together with children, we are helping to build a better world for present and future generations by making a reality of childrens rights.

Our programming activities in Kenya are in the North Eastern Province (Dadaab, Wajir and Mandera areas) and Eldoret in the areas of Child Protection, Nutrition, Education, Livelihoods and Health.

We are outraged that millions of children are still denied proper healthcare, food, education and protection and we are determined to change that.

ROVING MONITORING & EVALUATION COORDINATOR (14 October 2011) (1 position field based. 6 month contract with possibility of extension if additional funding is secured.)

Responsible for providing oversight and support to the (Improving Resilience and Reducing Dependence IRRD) programmes four county-based M & E Officers that are working with consortium members on the collection and verification of M & E data.

While ensuring the proper collection and management of data at field level are transparently and accountably reported back to participating communities and county authorities.

Requirement A degree in Social Sciences with at least 3 years working experience in Monitoring & Evaluation Systems or Development Studies with proven experience in assessment methodologies (PRA/PLA, RRA) and data analysis (quantitative and qualitative) and report writing skills, experience in working with International NGOs or UN agencies. Knowledge of Somali language a must.

Application process: If you meet the above requirements, please send your cover letter indicating your expected salary and detailed CV with current contacts of three referees including immediate supervisor addressed to: Head of

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Human Resources & Administration, Save the Children UK, Kenya Programme: jobskenya@scuk.or.ke not later than 14th October, 2011.

Quote the job title on the subject line. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted Due to the urgency to fill these positions, short listing will be done as applications are received. Candidates from North Eastern Province are strongly encouraged to apply Save the Children (UK) recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to equal employment opportunities and the protection of children from abuse.

MONITORING & EVALUATION OFFICER (14 October 2011) (1 position field based. 6 months contract with possibility of extension if additional funding is secured.)

Responsible for field based Monitoring and Evaluation of programme implementation across programme areas to ensure proper progress toward identified program objectives.

Requirements A degree in Social Sciences or equivalent with at least 2 years work experience in Monitoring & Evaluation Systems, experience in statistics, epidemiology, research methodology, data collection and analysis, data manipulation using Stata, SAS, EpiInfo or SPSS. Knowledge and understanding of surveying methodologies, analytical skills and Child Rights Programming particularly in project management.

Knowledge of Somali language a must.

Application process: If you meet the above requirements, please send your cover letter indicating your expected salary and detailed CV with current contacts of three referees including immediate supervisor addressed to: Head of Human Resources & Administration, Save the Children UK, Kenya Programme: jobskenya@scuk.or.ke not later than 14th October, 2011.

Quote the job title on the subject line. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted Due to the urgency to fill these positions, short listing will be done as applications are received. Candidates from North Eastern Province are strongly encouraged to apply Save the Children (UK) recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to equal employment opportunities and the protection of children from abuse.

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EMERGENCY GRANTS COORDINATOR (14 October 2011) (1 position based in Nairobi with field travel. 6 months fixed term contract)

Responsible for assisting the Grants Manager in setting up and maintaining the efficient and consistent implementation of Save the Children UKs grants management process.

Requirements A degree in Accounting and/or Business Studies or equivalent, professional qualification in Accounting, at least CPA II section finalist. 3 years working experience in budget setting and grants management. Experience in working in a busy INGO environment.

Application process: If you meet the above requirements, please send your cover letter indicating your expected salary and detailed CV with current contacts of three referees including immediate supervisor addressed to: Head of Human Resources & Administration, Save the Children UK, Kenya Programme: jobskenya@scuk.or.ke not later than 14th October, 2011.

Quote the job title on the subject line. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted Due to the urgency to fill these positions, short listing will be done as applications are received. Candidates from North Eastern Province are strongly encouraged to apply Save the Children (UK) recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to equal employment opportunities and the protection of children from abuse.

GRANTS & PARTNERSHIP OFFICER (14 October 2011) (1 position based in Nairobi with 50% travel to the field offices for consortium members. 6 months fixed term contract)

Responsible for assisting the Grants Manager in setting up and maintaining the efficient and consistent implementation of DFID grant. Ensuring both internal and donor reports are compiled and consortium members are up to date in reporting and compliance.

Requirements A degree in Accounting and/or Business Studies or equivalent, professional qualification in Accounting, at least CPA II section finalist. 2 to 3 years working experience in budget setting and grants management. Experience in working in a busy INGO environment.

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Application process: If you meet the above requirements, please send your cover letter indicating your expected salary and detailed CV with current contacts of three referees including immediate supervisor addressed to: Head of Human Resources & Administration, Save the Children UK, Kenya Programme: jobskenya@scuk.or.ke not later than 14th October, 2011.

Quote the job title on the subject line. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted Due to the urgency to fill these positions, short listing will be done as applications are received. Candidates from North Eastern Province are strongly encouraged to apply Save the Children (UK) recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to equal employment opportunities and the protection of children from abuse.

ICT ASSISTANT (14 October 2011) (2 positions field based. 1 year fixed term contract)

Responsible for providing daily technical ICT support to field office systems and equipments and users of ICT in the field offices.

Requirements A degree in Computer Science, Information Technology or equivalent with a minimum of 2 years working experience. Significant and demonstrable technical knowledge on server and networking administration, Voice and Data communication and End user support.

Application process: If you meet the above requirements, please send your cover letter indicating your expected salary and detailed CV with current contacts of three referees including immediate supervisor addressed to: Head of Human Resources & Administration, Save the Children UK, Kenya Programme: jobskenya@scuk.or.ke not later than 14th October, 2011.

Quote the job title on the subject line. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted Due to the urgency to fill these positions, short listing will be done as applications are received. Candidates from North Eastern Province are strongly encouraged to apply Save the Children (UK) recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to equal employment opportunities and the protection of children from abuse.

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INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is an impartial, neutral and independent organization with the exclusively humanitarian mission to protect the lives and dignity of victims of war and internal violence and to provide them with assistance.

It also endeavours to prevent suffering by promoting and strengthening International Humanitarian Law and universal humanitarian principles.

The ICRCs Regional Delegation in Nairobi co-ordinates the institutions humanitarian activities in Kenya, Tanzania and Djibouti. It also runs regional specialist units that provide support and expertise to the ICRCs Delegations in East Africa, the Great Lakes region and the Horn of Africa.

SECURITY OFFICER (14 October 2011) The ICRCs Regional Delegation in Nairobi is seeking for an experienced and highly motivated person to fill the above position:

The Responsibilities: Reporting to the Head of Security, the tasks and responsibilities include; Ensure the security of the ICRC property, assets and staff; Supervise the deployment of private security guards; To undertake general administrative duties within the unit as delegated; Attend to traffic accidents involving ICRC vehicles and follow up with relevant authorities.

Minimum Requirements: Academic O-level; 3 years experience in a similar position, preferably with Non-governmental organizations or 5 years experience in the Armed Forces (Captain) / Police ( Inspector rank) ; Computer literate (Ms word & excel);

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Valid driving license with experience for over two years; Valid Certificate of Good Conduct.

The Profile: Good communication skills; Able to work independently and in a team; High level of honesty and integrity; Flexibility and willingness to work irregular schedules.

Interested persons with the required background and experience are invited to submit their application to the Head of Human Resources on the below address or e-mail, on or before 14 October 2011.

Please include detailed curriculum vitae, current and expected remuneration and contact details of three referees. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

International Committee of the Red Cross, Nairobi Regional Delegation, Denis Pritt Road, P.O. Box 73226, Nairobi, 00200, Kenya

E-mail: nai_hr@icrc.org

THREE STAR HOTEL A Three star hotel in Nairobi seeks to fill the following job positions:

RESTAURANT MANAGER (6 October 2011)

SOUS CHEF (6 October 2011)

F& B CONTROLLER (6 October 2011)

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HEAD SECURITY OFFICER (6 October 2011) Apply to hr@sportsviewhotel.com to reach us not later than 6th October 2011

AGA KHAN UNIVERSITY The Aga Khan University invites applications from suitably qualified individuals for the following position:

FULL TIME FACULTY - ENT SURGEON (22 October 2011) Reporting to the Chair, Department of Surgery and working with the Section Head of Otolaryngology, the Full Time Faculty, ENT Surgeon will participate in the provision of otolaryngology services.

S/he will work within a multi-disciplinary team of doctors and other health professionals to provide efficient and effective Surgical Services. As part of the faculty team, s/he will participate in the teaching and research activities of the Postgraduate Medical Education Program (PGME) in the Department of Surgery.

Applicants for the position should have a Master of Medicine or equivalent medical qualification and be registered with the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board.

S/he should have or be eligible for KMP&D Board recognition in ENT Surgery. The successful candidate should be eligible for appropriate surgical privileges in ENT surgery and have teaching and research experience or activities to reflect a strong interest in teaching and research.

Sub-specialty training or a strong demonstrated interest in oncology and/or reconstruction area of ENT is desirable.

To Apply: Applications together with detailed Curriculum Vitae, names of three referees, telephone contact, e-mail address and copies of certificates and testimonials should be sent to,

The Manager, Recruitment, Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi P. O. Box 30270-00100,

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Nairobi

or by email to hr.recruitment@aku.edu

so as to reach not later than 22nd October 2011

Applications by email are preferred. Visit our website www.aku.edu for more information. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

ACCOUNTANT (22 October 2011) Reporting to the Manager Finance, the Accountant will be responsible for maintaining the general ledger for AKU entities and ensuring its timely closing.

S/he will also be responsible for grants accounting, monitoring of fixed assets, preparing of various audit schedules and coordination of annual external audit as well as internal and grants audit as and when required. In addition, the incumbent will maintain student fee accounting function for the various AKU entities.

To qualify, you will be a holder of a Bachelors degree in the relevant field, have professional training in ACCA or CPA (K) and a minimum of three years working experience.

You will be required to have excellent communication skills and interpersonal relations as well as good computer accounting skills.

To Apply: Applications together with detailed Curriculum Vitae, names of three referees, telephone contact, e-mail address and copies of certificates and testimonials should be sent to,

The Manager, Recruitment, Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi P. O. Box 30270-00100, Nairobi

or by email to hr.recruitment@aku.edu

so as to reach not later than 22nd October 2011

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Applications by email are preferred. Visit our website www.aku.edu for more information. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

MANAGEMENT SCIENCES FOR HEALTH

MONITORING AND EVALUATION TECHNICAL ADVISOR (7 October 2011) Grade: 6 Job ID: 12-4366 Job Location: Country: KE # of Positions: 1 Center/Office: CLM General Posted Date: 2011-09-29 Project/Program: LMS/KENYA

Application Due Date: 2011-10-07

Overall Responsibilities The Leadership, Management and Sustainability (LMS) Program is working in Kenya to strengthen leadership and management in the Kenyan health sector. The M&E Technical Advisor will be responsible for the leadership, coordination, oversight and implementation of the LMS/Kenya M&E Plan. The M&E Advisor has primary responsibility for identifying M&E needs, designing and maintaining data collection systems and for ensuring that all necessary information, from both routine reporting as well as from ad hoc data collection efforts and special studies, is collected, analyzed and used in guiding internal project planning and informing external partners about project activities and accomplishments. Responsibilities include developing the projects M&E plan, including oversight of the LMS/Kenya database and reporting system. The M&E Technical Advisor will coordinate with the Ministry of Medical Services, the Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation, USAID and other stakeholder groups to track and monitor LMS/Kenya activities, develop and conduct program evaluations and assessments.

Specific Responsibilities Develop indicators, set targets, monitor program, ensure timely data collection, write quarterly and annual reports, and track budget for all project outcomes in close collaboration with LMS Kenya team and the M&E team at MSH Headquarters

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Prepare and disseminate periodic reports on the program incorporating service statistics and survey data as available.

Participate in Quarterly Review Meetings with USAID Provide Managerial oversight to the Communications Specialist. Prepare briefings, papers, slide shows for presentation to USAID, MOHSW officials and partners on the Projects activities and lessons learned in collaboration with the Communications Specialist.

Develop procedures and instruments for planning, monitoring and evaluating Project activities based on the Results Framework and the Activity Timeline.

Support the collection and analysis of M&E data from field-based interventions. Provide support for maintenance and reporting from the LDP database tracking system. Contribute to the proactive dissemination and use of knowledge gained through M&E activities.10. Perform other duties, as assigned.

Qualifications collaborate effectively with professional colleagues in a broad range of indigenous, nongovernmental, governmental, and international organizations within multiple socio-cultural contexts. Graduate degree with relevant experience in management, health or the social sciences, preferably international in scope. Experience in project design, monitoring and evaluation. Demonstrated ability to transfer

monitoring and evaluation skills to colleagues, partners and local organizations in developing countries. Demonstrated experience in working within complex monitoring and evaluation efforts for a multi-country, multi-faceted program. reporting requirements highly desirable. Strong ability to organize, scan and summarize information; strong oral and written communication skills; strong facilitation and negotiating skills. Ability to work independently, take initiative, and use good judgment. English fluency required. Computer skills essential: knowledge of word processing, database, spreadsheet, and Knowledge of USAID and PEPFAR data collection and

presentation programs (Microsoft applications preferred); and ability to learn new software packages. Demonstrated ability to work as an effective team member and to lead a team to achieve results in a complex and fast paced environment. Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to interact professionally with culturally diverse staff, clients, and consultants. Ability to travel internationally and domestically.

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Background Information The Leadership, Management and Sustainability (LMS) Program in Kenya supports public sector units of the health system, non-governmental organizations (NGO), faith based organizations (FBO) and other USAID partners by strengthening the leadership and management capabilities at the provincial, district and community level facilities. The program will improve the health of Kenyan population by positively impacting the quality and access to health services. This project will be carried out over a five-year period beginning March 15, 2010.

There are no relocation allowances available for this position

Management Sciences for Health is an equal opportunity employer offering employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, citizenship, physical or mental handicap, or status as a disabled or Vietnam Era veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces.

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: https://jobs-msh.icims.com/jobs/4366/job

DATA CLERK (7 October 2011) Grade: 3 Job ID: 12-4368 Job Location: Country: KE # of Positions: 1 Center/Office: CPM General Posted Date: 2011-09-29 Project/Program: SCMS

Application Due Date: 2011-10-07

Overall Responsibilities The Data Clerks key responsibility will be to enter data submitted by the health facilities into the relevant databases and ensure that the data is complete, correct and accurate. Accurate data is a key factor for decision making. He/she will liaise directly with the health facilities and report directly to the SCMS Lead Resident Advisor.

Specific Responsibilities The Data Clerks responsibilities will include but not be limited to: Enter all information from the monthly MoH HIV/AIDS laboratory commodity and rapid test kits (RTKs) Consumption/Requisition forms into the SCMS central database

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Collect and collate proofs of delivery (PODs) from the health facilities as soon as deliveries are completed on a quarterly basis

When entering data, check the quality and completeness of the monthly reports, recording discrepancies and making necessary notations.

Report all bugs/errors as they arise to the Laboratory Logistics Officer Perform routine reconciliation with agreement between distribution lists and PODs Assist to perform hardware and software maintenance and troubleshoot IT issues encountered by logistics management.

Any other duties as assigned by the SCMS/Kenya Country Director.

Qualifications National Diploma in Information technology, preferably in Health Information Systems. At least two (2) experience in data capturing Excellent computer skills, including expert knowledge of Microsoft Excel. Knowledge of databases and ability to learn PipeLine software. Very good reporting and writing skills in English Good communications skills Knowledge of HIV/AIDS an added advantage Strong organizational skills and ability to work in a team-oriented, culturally diverse environment. Self driven with a high sense of quality, accuracy, efficiency and meeting tight deadlines. Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, set priorities, and work independently. Experience in HIV/AIDS related activities and working with US government funded projects an advantage. Willingness and availability to travel within Kenya

The successful candidate will be employed by Management Sciences for Health (MSH) implementing partner of SCMS in Kenya

as the

Background Information The Partnership for Supply Chain Management (PSCM) is implementing the Supply Chain Management System (SCMS) project for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) as part of the Presidents Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). SCMS will strengthen or establish secure, reliable, cost-effective, and sustainable supply chains capable of meeting the care and treatment needs of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. In coordination with in-country and international partners, SCMS will assist programs to enhance their supply-chain capacity; ensure that accurate supply-chain information is collected, shared, and used; and provide quality, affordable, health care products to those who need them.

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There are no international allowances available for this position.

Management Sciences for Health is an equal opportunity employer offering employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, citizenship, physical or mental handicap, or status as a disabled or Vietnam Era veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces.

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: https://jobs-msh.icims.com/jobs/4368/job

ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR (7 October 2011) Grade: 3 Job ID: 12-4367 Job Location: Country: KE # of Positions: 1 Center/Office: CPM General Posted Date: 2011-09-29 Project/Program: SCMS

Application Due Date: 2011-10-07

Overall Responsibilities The Administrative Coordinator is responsible for ensuring the smooth operation of technical efforts and/or field activities by coordinating programmatic information and providing logistical support for specific project activities within SCMS Project. She or he works with the project staff and is responsible for the day-to-day coordination of project-specific administrative support activities. She or he is

responsible for working with other staff to coordinate technical assistance and to keep staff informed of the status of specific project activities. She or he coordinates with and assists others as needed as a member of the project administrative team.

He or she keeps the team continuously informed and coordinates appropriately with the supervisor to ensure that administrative challenges are timely addressed. The Administrative Coordinator ensures that all administrative processes are compliant with MSH and USAID procurement and administrative procedures and guidelines.

Specific Responsibilities Manage the diaries of the Senior Technical Staff and maintain the calendar of program planned activities. Assist in the preparation of agendas for staff and technical meetings, document minutes and disseminate accordingly.

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In liaison with the Technical lead oversee the organization of all travel and hotel arrangements for technical staff and consultants as well as those of participants attending program activities, while ensuring adequate compliance with MSH and/or USAID regulations.

Organize, coordinate, liaise and communicate with external partners and institutions for holding of workshops, seminars and meetings and in keeping all partners informed.

Liaise with service providers to organize meetings and workshops ensuring that all logistic aspects are adequately addressed including the reproduction and compilation of necessary materials.

Maintain an effective office country filing system, order and replenish office and stationery supplies and manage the pouch between Kenya office

Ensure that memoranda of engagement, memoranda of understanding, consultant letters, subcontracts and purchase orders are in place and are adequately monitored.

Coordinate with Country Operations Management Unit (COMU) to review invoices and field expenses for a timely submission according to policy and procedures.

Coordinate with COMU to process procurement requests and to maintain office inventory ensuring adequate compliance with MSH and/or USAID rules and regulations.

Perform other duties, as needed

Qualifications A minimum of a 2 year relevant Diploma Course in or a degree in general or office administration or similar qualification Experience in office operations and in providing administrative support preferably with an international organization Proficiency in English including reading, writing and speaking skills. Demonstrated intermediate computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Detaile oriented with excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to work in a team and to learn complex procedures Ability to work independently, prioritize tasks and to take initiative Demonstrated numeric and basic accounting skills Willingness to travel extensively within Kenya as needed

Background Information Note: There are no international relocation benefits available for this position.

Management Sciences for Health is an equal opportunity employer offering employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, citizenship, physical or mental handicap, or status as a disabled or Vietnam Era veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces.

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The Partnership for Supply Chain Management (PSCM) is implementing the Supply Chain Management System (SCMS) project for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) as part of the Presidents Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). SCMS will strengthen or establish secure, reliable, cost-effective, and sustainable supply chains capable of meeting the care and treatment needs of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. In coordination with in-country and international partners, SCMS will assist programs to enhance their supply-chain capacity; ensure that accurate supply-chain information is collected, shared, and used; and provide quality, affordable, health care products to those who need them.

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: https://jobs-msh.icims.com/jobs/4367/job

KAGUMO TEACHERS TRAINING COLLEGE

HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER (14 October 2011) Job Group K

Applications are invited from suitable persons to fill the above post.

Applicants must: Be holders of a degree in Social Sciences such as Human Resource / Personnel Management or any other relevant qualification from a recognized university / institution. Be between 25 45 years old. Minimum 2 years working experience Be computer literate.

Duties will include coordination of Human Resource activities in areas of appointments, staff development, deployment, supervision and discipline.

Handwritten applications, CV and copies of certificates and testimonials should reach the undersigned on or before 14th October, 2011

Indicate your telephone contact and e-mail address.

The Principal/ Secretary, B.O.G. Kagumo Teachers T. College, P. O. Box 18-10100, Nyeri

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Email: kagumotc@yahoo.com

Mission: Providing quality training, to empower our graduates to be competent, self-directing and responsible professionals.

MEDECINS SANS FRONTIERES FRANCE The international humanitarian organization Medecins Sans Frontieres / Doctors Without Borders is seeking for its HIV/ TB program

COUNSELING SUPERVISOR (12 October 2011) The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating the activities of the Counselling Department within the scope of the HIV and TB program supported by MSF France in Homa Bay and Ndhiwa Districts.

This position is based in Homa Bay and Ndhiwa Districts, Nyanza Province.

Requirements: Experienced Psychologist with a Bachelors Degree in Psychology. Higher level training is a bonus 2 years professional experience in a HIV and TB program, preferable in a clinical setting Experience in counselling and testing (CT) Experience in adherence counselling pre/post ART or TB treatment initiation Experience facilitating group discussions and health education sessions (including treatment literacy) Child counselling experience is highly desirable Management experience is highly desirable Good communication and inter-personal skills Must be comfortable and able to work in a busy clinical setting

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Ability to work in a multidisciplinary and multicultural team Flexible, self-motivated and committed to high quality patient care Good written and spoken English and Kiswahili. Local languages an advantage. Computer literate (Microsoft Office)

How to Apply: Applicants should send a detailed CV together with a motivation letter, copy of their diplomas, ID card and a list of 3 professional references.

Mention on the envelope: Counselling Supervisor.

Applications can be delivered or sent to the MSF-France Office in Nairobi addressed to the:

Finance and Human Resource Coordinator MSF-France P.O. Box 39719, 00623 Nairobi

Deadline: Wednesday 12 October 2011 (inclusive)

Only short-listed candidates will be notified.

Please ensure reliable contact information.

KENYA PETROLEUM REFINERIES LIMITED KPRL offers exciting career opportunities to bright young talented individuals who would like to pursue a career in the oil industry. These opportunities will be posted on this page as and when they occur.

In return, KPRL promises a long and rewarding career with world class training and reward for performance.

LEGAL COUNSEL (7 October 2011)

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Professional Area: Legal

Brief Description: Reporting to the Legal Advisor / Company Secretary, the Legal Counsel's role will be to provide legal advice and conduct detailed and relevant due diligence for the Company's strategic initiatives, projects and transactions.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Prepare and review commercial contracts that the Company enters into with third parties; Provide timely and business-conscious advice on diverse areas of the law; Promptly advice and prepare legal briefs and opinions to relevant internal customers on any legal or statutory requirements or changes in the law; Participate in the formulation and review of legal procedures and policies for the Company; Protect the company's interests in litigation, including liaising with external counsel, preparing witness statements, formulating court strategies and carrying out research; Ensure legal compliance of the various businesses and departments of the Company; Legal risk management

Desired Education Skills and Experience: Will be below 35 years of age LL.B from a reputable university with professional legal qualifications At least three (3) years relevant post-qualification experience Excellent legal and factual research skills Good communication and interpersonal skills Strong analytical, planning and organizational skills with the ability to work with minimal supervision Good problem solving and evaluation skills

Closing Date: 7th October 2011

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://www.kprl.co.ke/careers.php

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PLAN KENYA Plan is an international humanitarian child centered community development organization, without religious, political or government affiliation.

Plan started its operations in Kenya in 1982 and is committed to protecting and promoting child rights, and to improving the lives and futures of poor children, their families and communities through a childcentered community development approach.

Plan Kenya has the following vacancies:

PROGRAM COORDINATOR (HEALTH) (12 October 2011) Based in Kisumu and Bondo Program Units 2 Positions

The incumbent will report to the Program Unit Manager and is responsible for designing and managing implementation of Program Unit health programs.

Key Responsibilities Ensure well managed budget Ensure well managed corporate systems e.g. PPM Ensure sufficient resources/grants raised in line with Program Unit Long Term Plans (PULTPs) Ensure effectively managed grants Produce quality, accurate and timely program documents Ensure well managed Program Outlines (POs) Produce timely and accurate grant-related reports Conduct interim and annual team performance evaluations for Project Officers Ensure well managed and high performing team Plans active participation in sector specific forums to engage with partners and other stakeholders for effective program implementation

Qualifications, Experience and Skills: Degree in Social Sciences or Public Health Experience in Public Health will be an added advantage 3 years hands on experience in similar position in an NGO set-up Experience in rights based programming Experience in partnership building, advocacy and networking Understanding of RBA to development and participatory approaches

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Good facilitation and negotiation Demonstrated supervisory skills Demonstrated experience in gender integration in projects Strong planning and organizational skills Excellent grasp of programming concepts Strong management skills Good Administrative and communication skills Strong budget management, monitoring and reporting

Plan Kenya is committed to the rights and well-being of children including their protection.

Accordingly, employment is subject to our child protection standards including appropriate background checks and adherence to our Child Protection Policy.

If you meet the requirements for any of the above positions and would like to be a part of it in our commitment to children, please send a detailed and updated curriculum vitae, current remuneration and contacts of three professional references, including you current/latest line manager to

jobs.plankenya@planinternational.org, to be received by latest 12th October 2011.

Your email (Or Envelope) should bear the job title of the position you are applying for as the subject.

You are invited to read more about Plan in our website www.plan-international.org.

We regret that only short listed candidates will be contacted.

PROGRAM COORDINATOR (LIVELIHOOD) (12 October 2011) Based in Kilifi Program Unit

This job holder reports to the Program Unit Manager and is responsible for designing and managing implementation of Program Unit livelihood programs.

Key Responsibilities: Ensure well managed budget Ensure well managed corporate systems e.g. PPM Ensure sufficient resources/grants raised in line with Program Unit Long Term Plans (PULTPs) Ensure effectively managed grants Produce quality, accurate and timely program documents Ensure well managed Program Outlines (POs)

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Produce timely and accurate grant-related reports Conduct interim and annual team performance evaluations for Project Officers Ensure well managed and high performing team Plans active participation in sector specific forums to engage with partners and other stakeholders for effective program implementation

Qualifications, Experience and Skills: At least a Bachelors degree in social sciences 3 years hands on experience in similar position in an NGO set-up Experience in rights based programming Experience in partnership building, advocacy and networking Understanding of RBA to development and participatory approaches Good understanding of livelihood issues in Kenya Good facilitation and negotiation Demonstrated supervisory skills Demonstrated experience in gender integration in projects Strong planning and organizational skills Excellent grasp of programming concepts Strong management skills Good Administrative and communication skills Strong budget management, monitoring and reporting

Plan Kenya is committed to the rights and well-being of children including their protection.

Accordingly, employment is subject to our child protection standards including appropriate background checks and adherence to our Child Protection Policy.

If you meet the requirements for any of the above positions and would like to be a part of it in our commitment to children, please send a detailed and updated curriculum vitae, current remuneration and contacts of three professional references, including you current/latest line manager to

jobs.plankenya@planinternational.org, to be received by latest 12th October 2011.

Your email (Or Envelope) should bear the job title of the position you are applying for as the subject.

You are invited to read more about Plan in our website www.plan-international.org.

We regret that only short listed candidates will be contacted.

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PROGRAM COORDINATOR (GOVERNANCE) (12 October 2011) Based in Homabay Program Unit

This job reports to the Program Unit Manager.

The job holder will be responsible for designing and managing implementation of Program Unit governance programs on a five year contract basis.

Key Responsibilities: Ensure well managed budget Ensure well managed corporate systems e.g. PPM Ensure sufficient resources/grants raised in line with Program Unit Long Term Plans (PULTPs) Ensure effectively managed grants Produce quality, accurate and timely program documents Ensure well managed Program Outlines (POs) Produce timely and accurate grant-related reports Conduct interim and annual team performance evaluations for Project Officers Ensure well managed and high performing team Plans active participation in sector specific forums to engage with partners and other stakeholders for effective program implementation

Qualifications, Experience and Skills: At least a Bachelors degree in social sciences 3 years hands on experience in similar position in an NGO set-up Experience in rights based programming Good understanding of development and governance issues in Kenya Experience in partnership building, advocacy and networking Understanding of rights based approach to development and participatory approaches Good facilitation and negotiation skills Demonstrated supervisory skills Demonstrated experience in gender integration in projects Strong planning and organizational skills Excellent grasp of programming concepts Strong management skills Good Administrative and communication skills Strong budget management, monitoring and reporting

Plan Kenya is committed to the rights and well-being of children including their protection.

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Accordingly, employment is subject to our child protection standards including appropriate background checks and adherence to our Child Protection Policy.

If you meet the requirements for any of the above positions and would like to be a part of it in our commitment to children, please send a detailed and updated curriculum vitae, current remuneration and contacts of three professional references, including you current/latest line manager to

jobs.plankenya@planinternational.org, to be received by latest 12th October 2011.

Your email (Or Envelope) should bear the job title of the position you are applying for as the subject.

You are invited to read more about Plan in our website www.plan-international.org.

We regret that only short listed candidates will be contacted.

MONITORING AND EVALUATION COORDINATOR (12 October 2011) Based in Bondo Program Unit

The position reports to the Monitoring and Evaluation Manager.

The job holder will be responsible for supporting the Program Unit (PU) in program/project planning, information gathering and synthesis, reflection and reporting processes.

Key Responsibilities Facilitate development of PUs participatory monitoring and evaluation systems. Support operationalisation of programs / projects at PU level. Train staff and communities in basic M&E processes (gathering data analyze and decision making). Institutionalization of corporate monitoring and evaluation tools at PU level. Provide measurement and assessment of performance in order to effectively manage outcomes and outputs of results. Enhance organizational and development learning through participatory processes. Documentation/sharing of successes (best practices) and failures on a regular basis. Participate in development of yearly program budgets and project operational plans. Facilitate the establishment, maintenance and usage of resource databank at Community Based Organization level. Facilitate community based information sharing and dissemination systems for evaluation and other special studies.

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Facilitate CBO capacity enhancement. Enhance children participation in planning, program design, monitoring and evaluation. Participate in program development

Qualifications, Experience and Skills A Bachelors Degree in Development Studies or equivalent from a recognized university At least 3 years practical work experience in monitoring & evaluation Experience in Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation processes Proven understanding of programming concepts and Human Rights Approaches to Development Demonstrated skills computer skills and use of statistical packages(SPSS, EPI info) Analytical, negotiation, facilitation and influencing skills Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary and multicultural environment and communities at all levels. Innovative and independent thinker.

Plan Kenya is committed to the rights and well-being of children including their protection.

Accordingly, employment is subject to our child protection standards including appropriate background checks and adherence to our Child Protection Policy.

If you meet the requirements for any of the above positions and would like to be a part of it in our commitment to children, please send a detailed and updated curriculum vitae, current remuneration and contacts of three professional references, including you current/latest line manager to

jobs.plankenya@planinternational.org, to be received by latest 12th October 2011.

Your email (Or Envelope) should bear the job title of the position you are applying for as the subject.

You are invited to read more about Plan in our website www.plan-international.org.

We regret that only short listed candidates will be contacted.

PROJECT OFFICER - PROTECTION & INCLUSION (12 October 2011) Based in Machakos Program Unit (2 positions)

This position reports to the Program Coordinator, Protection Inclusion & Governance. The job holder will be responsible for implementing Child Centered Community Development strategies in line with the Program Unit Long Term Plans Strategies.

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KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Implement timely and quality project implementation Implement quality project reports and photos for the sponsorship products Provide capacity building as defined by the project Deliver quality, timely and accurate Project documents including Project Outlines, Project Completion Reports and manage the projects effectively using Plan program monitoring module. (PPM) Implement availability of accurate and timely program management information using the corporate systems (PPM). Implement enhanced capacity of children, communities and partners to take up active participation in program delivery and ownership of community development initiatives within the program unit. Provide good linkages and relations between communities and key partners within the program unit. Implement strengthened CBO capacity in development and resource mobilization Facilitate participation of children and youth in program forums Provide timely accurate and comprehensive project closure reports and project output delivery

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS: Diploma in Community development; At least 2 years experience in an NGO at community level Understanding of rights based approach to development and participatory development Good communication skills Demonstrated experience in gender integration in projects Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary and multicultural environment Ability to work with communities at all levels Fluent in written and oral English and Kiswahili. Team building and motivational skills Strong facilitating and influencing skills

Plan Kenya is committed to the rights and well-being of children including their protection. Accordingly, employment is subject to our child protection standards including appropriate background checks and adherence to our Child Protection Policy.

If you meet the requirements for any of the above positions and would like to be a part of it in our commitment to children, please send a detailed and updated curriculum vitae, current remuneration and contacts of three professional references, including you current/latest line manager to

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jobs.plankenya@plan-international.org, to be received by latest 12th October 2011. Your email (OR ENVELOPE) should bear the job title of the position you are applying for as the subject.

You are invited to read more about Plan in our website www.plan-international.org. We regret that only short listed candidates will be contacted.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FACILITATOR (12 October 2011) Based in Bondo Program Unit

This position reports to the Sponsorship Coordinator. The job holder will be responsible for mobilizing community for sustained participation in sponsorship production.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Maintain good relations and linkages between Plan and volunteers and Communities. Ensure sustained children and communities participation in sponsorship production Ensure active CBOs participation in sponsorship and community development Produce quality and timely of sponsorship products (e.g. SCIs, quality photographs) Ensure safety of sponsorship working tools (e.g. bicycles, cameras) Provide timely feedback on NOIs

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS: Diploma in Social Sciences or Development Studies. At least 2 years experience in an NGO Experience in community participation in development Experience in partnership building and networking Motorcycle riding licence Good communication skills Strong negotiation, facilitating and influencing Ability to relate with all social groups at all levels Fluent in written & oral English and Kiswahili.

Plan Kenya is committed to the rights and well-being of children including their protection. Accordingly, employment is subject to our child protection standards including appropriate background checks and adherence to our Child Protection Policy.

If you meet the requirements for any of the above positions and would like to be a part of it in our commitment to children, please send a detailed and updated curriculum vitae, current remuneration and contacts of three professional references, including you current/latest line manager to

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jobs.plankenya@plan-international.org, to be received by latest 12th October 2011. Your email (OR ENVELOPE) should bear the job title of the position you are applying for as the subject.

You are invited to read more about Plan in our website www.plan-international.org. We regret that only short listed candidates will be contacted.

KEMRI-WELLCOME TRUST RESEARCH PROGRAMME

RADIOGRAPHER (6 October 2011) Reference Number: R-09-11 Category: Laboratory and Medical Technology Salary: 60,655 Grade: 4.1 Location: Kilifi

Summary: To participate in the accurate and timely setting up, imaging and recording of radiographic procedures and processes to meet clinical and research objectives.

REPORTING LINES: Reports to directly to the PCVIS and RTSS team managers and indirectly to the Medical superintendant (Kilifi District Hospital)

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Practicing proper entries and recording Preparing patients for radiographic procedures Operate and routine maintenance of radiographic equipment for image production and documentation of images Performing quality control measures for the purpose of ensuring optimal quality images Practicing safety measures in radiography and environment of care

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Applying the professions code of ethics in all aspects of radiology practice Performing other related duties as required e.g. ultrasound imaging.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCE:

Skills and Qualification Diploma course in Diagnostic Radiography. Candidates must be registered medical radiology technologists with clinical experience in a related radiographic setting.

Experience: At least two (2) years experience in a busy radiology department. Two (2) years experience in digital radiology and ultrasound experience

Closing Date: 6th October 2011

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://careers.kemri-wellcome.org/vacancy/radiographer

DATA MANAGER (10 October 2011) Reference Number: DM-09-11 Category: Statistics and Data Management Salary: Kshs. 60,655 - 77,170 Grade: 4.1 - 4.8 Location: Nairobi. Country: Kenya

Summary: To support and maintain the Programme OpenClinica and REDCap applications; to develop enhancements to these environments using Java and PH

REPORTING LINES: Reports to the PI. Functionally to the Head ICT and ICT Data Governance Manager

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Will work with the KEMRI-WTRP ICT Department (based in Kilifi) to:

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Ensure the availability, stability, security, and performance of the OpenClinica and REDCap applications and other common data collection / database tools that may be required (MS Access / Epidata).

Design and develop programming enhancements to the OpenClinica and REDCap applications.

Maintain understanding of the latest developments with regard to OpenClinica and REDCap applications

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To participate in the OpenClinica and REDCap consortia, user groups, and forums Responding promptly and professionally to bug reports. Implement data governance policies that span data storage, description, security etc and liaise with the data governance manager in Kilifi

For the Child and Newborn Health Group in Nairobi to: o Analyse design, coordinate and develop software systems to support data collection of research teams and debug new programs for assigned projects, including necessary records and desired output and Tests new programs to ensure that logic and syntax are correct, and that program results are accurate; o Document code consistently throughout the development process by listing a description of the program, special instructions, and any changes made in database tables on procedural. o Provide technical support in the field to teams including use of basic ICT hardware and software, means of data transmission and technical trouble shooting in collaboration with the Nairobi and Kilifi ICT teams o Provide training on use of software / basic hardware to CNHG staff or their collaborating partners o Support development and updating of CNHG contributions to websites

And any other duties that may be assigned from time to time.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCE:

Skills, Qualification and experience; Degree in Computer Science Experience in PHP, Java and related Open Source Technologies Knowledge of computer languages, computer logic and flow-charting and computer program design methods and techniques Knowledge of maintaining and debugging live software system and of writing and editing program documentation. Knowledge of basic website design and maintenance

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COMPETENCIES: Ideally have working knowledge of REDCap and or OpenClinica Understanding of data governance Well developed troubleshooting capacity and clarity of thought Have high energy, clear goal orientation and strong work ethics Strong organization skills with the ability to prioritize workloads and work within tight deadlines Excellent customer support and communication skills Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a team environment and to multi-task Ability to interact with users/ office use in simple non-technical language Excellent communication and interpersonal skills (verbal and written) Team worker, able to work in a multi-cultural environment and with multi-disciplinary teams

Closing Date: 10th October 2011

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://careers.kemri-wellcome.org/vacancy/data-manager-1

ICT HELP DESK ANALYST (11 October 2011) Reference Number: IHDA-09-11 Category: Information and Communications Technology Salary: 38,783 Grade: 3.1 Location: Kilifi Country: Kenya

Summary: To be the principle point of contact between ICT and its clients within the programme and elsewhere

REPORTING LINES: The post holder will report to Help Desk Team Leader/ Infrastructure Manager

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: First point of contact for clients who require the assistance of ICT; respond to user queries and/or complaints, take corrective action and escalate any recurrent, complex or major issues to the Team Leader for actioning. To answer the help desk phone, log calls, and resolve minor issues and route work tickets to the most appropriate support engineer. To check visitors laptops and ensure they are configured correctly for our network.

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To receive newly purchased ICT equipment and record in the ICT asset register. Troubleshoot software problems and resolve, and escalate those that are beyond own capability to specialists.

To assist with the management of ICT invoices and bills and take care of all related administrative activities.

And any other duties that may be assigned from time to time.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCE:

Skills and Qualification Diploma in Computer Science 1 year experience in general computing services and help desk support Excellent customer service and communication skills Basic knowledge of Windows XP, Windows 7, and Mac OS X

COMPETENCIES: Troubleshooting capacity and clarity of thought Have high energy, clear goal orientation and strong work ethics Ability to prioritize workloads and work within tight deadlines Excellent customer support Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a team environment and to multi-task Ability to interact with users/ office use in simple non-technical language Excellent communication and interpersonal skills (verbal and written) Team worker, able to work in a multi-cultural environment and with multi-disciplinary teams.

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://careers.kemri-wellcome.org/vacancy/ict-help-desk-analyst

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LECTURER, (ANIMAL GENETICS& BREEDING) DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL PRODUCTION 1 POST AC/9/408/11 (CAVS) (14 October 2011) Applicants must be holders of a PhD degree in Animal Genetics &Breeding or equivalent from a recognized university .They should have research experience, with at least two (2) publications in refereed journals or two chapters in scholarly books since last promotion. They should show evidence of continuing research activity.

The successful candidates will be expected to teach at both undergraduate and postgraduate students and undertake further research in their areas of specialization.

NOTE: Applicants for academic posts (AC) should forward ten (10) should forward ten (10) copies of their application letters accompanied by similar number of certified copies of certificates and C.Vs giving details of their qualifications, experience, research activities and publications they appear in. Applicants for non-academic posts (AD) should submit seven (7) of the above supporting documents and applications letter.

In both cases, applications and related documents should be forwarded through the applicants heads of departments and applicants should state their current designations and salaries and other benefits attached to those designations. They should quote post reference codes as shown for each posts in the advertisement.

CODES

Applications should be addressed as per the codes below:-

R&T The Deputy Registrar, Recruitment & Training Section, P.O Box 30197-00100 Nairobi CHS The Principal, College of Health Sciences, P.O Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CAVS The Principal, College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CHSS The Principal, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CEES The Principal, College of Education & External Studies, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 14th October 2011 ONLY SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

LECTURER, (ANIMAL NUTRITION) DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL PRODUCTION1 POST AC/9/409/11 (CAVS) (14 October 2011) Applicants must be holders of a PhD degree in Animal Nutrition from a recognized university.

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They should have research experience, with at least two (2) publications in refereed journals or two chapters in scholarly books since last promotion. They should show evidence of continuing research activity.

The successful candidates will be expected to teach at both undergraduate and postgraduate students and undertake further research in their areas of specialization.

NOTE: Applicants for academic posts (AC) should forward ten (10) should forward ten (10) copies of their application letters accompanied by similar number of certified copies of certificates and C.Vs giving details of their qualifications, experience, research activities and publications they appear in. Applicants for non-academic posts (AD) should submit seven (7) of the above supporting documents and applications letter.

In both cases, applications and related documents should be forwarded through the applicants heads of departments and applicants should state their current designations and salaries and other benefits attached to those designations. They should quote post reference codes as shown for each posts in the advertisement.

CODES

Applications should be addressed as per the codes below:-

R&T The Deputy Registrar, Recruitment & Training Section, P.O Box 30197-00100 Nairobi CHS The Principal, College of Health Sciences, P.O Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CAVS The Principal, College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CHSS The Principal, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CEES The Principal, College of Education & External Studies, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 14th October 2011 ONLY SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

LECTURER, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATON& PLANNING AC/9/410/11 (3 POSTS) - (CEES) (14 October 2011) Applicants must be holders of a PhD degree in the area of Educational Administration from a recognized university. Those who possess a Masters degree in Educational Administration and have at least three (3) years teaching experience at University level and have registered for a PhD degree will also be considered. In both cases, they should have research experience, with at least two (2) publications in refereed journals

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or two chapters in scholarly books since last promotion. They should show evidence of continuing research activity.

The successful candidates will be expected to teach at both undergraduate and postgraduate students and undertake further research in their areas of specialization.

NOTE: Applicants for academic posts (AC) should forward ten (10) should forward ten (10) copies of their application letters accompanied by similar number of certified copies of certificates and C.Vs giving details of their qualifications, experience, research activities and publications they appear in. Applicants for non-academic posts (AD) should submit seven (7) of the above supporting documents and applications letter.

In both cases, applications and related documents should be forwarded through the applicants heads of departments and applicants should state their current designations and salaries and other benefits attached to those designations. They should quote post reference codes as shown for each posts in the advertisement.

CODES

Applications should be addressed as per the codes below:-

R&T The Deputy Registrar, Recruitment & Training Section, P.O Box 30197-00100 Nairobi CHS The Principal, College of Health Sciences, P.O Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CAVS The Principal, College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CHSS The Principal, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CEES The Principal, College of Education & External Studies, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 14th October 2011 ONLY SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

LECTURER, DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION - AC/9/411/11 (2 POSTS) - (CHSS) (14 October 2011) Applicants must be holders of a PhD degree in Political Science from a recognized university. Those who possess a Masters degree in Political Science and have at least three (3) years teaching experience at University level and have registered for a PhD degree will also be considered. They should demonstrate competence in teaching and research in at least two (2) of the following subfields of Political Science: Comparative Politics, International Relations, Public Administration, Political Economy, Political Sociology and Political Theory. In both cases, they should have research experience, with at least two (2)

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publications in refereed journals or two chapters in scholarly books since last promotion. They should show evidence of continuing research activity.

The successful candidates will be expected to teach at both undergraduate and postgraduate students and undertake further research in their areas of specialization.

NOTE: Applicants for academic posts (AC) should forward ten (10) should forward ten (10) copies of their application letters accompanied by similar number of certified copies of certificates and C.Vs giving details of their qualifications, experience, research activities and publications they appear in. Applicants for non-academic posts (AD) should submit seven (7) of the above supporting documents and applications letter.

In both cases, applications and related documents should be forwarded through the applicants heads of departments and applicants should state their current designations and salaries and other benefits attached to those designations. They should quote post reference codes as shown for each posts in the advertisement.

CODES

Applications should be addressed as per the codes below:-

R&T The Deputy Registrar, Recruitment & Training Section, P.O Box 30197-00100 Nairobi CHS The Principal, College of Health Sciences, P.O Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CAVS The Principal, College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CHSS The Principal, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CEES The Principal, College of Education & External Studies, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 14th October 2011 ONLY SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

LECTURER, DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY - AC/9/412/111 POST - (CHS) (14 October 2011) Applicants must be holders of a basic qualification in MBCHB or its equivalent from a recognized university and a PhD degree in Bacteriology. Those who possess a Master of Science degree in Bacteriology from a recognized university and have at least three (3) years teaching experience at University level and have registered for a PhD degree will also be considered. . In both cases, they should have research experience, with at least two (2) publications in refereed journals or two chapters in

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scholarly books since last promotion. They should show evidence of continuing research activity. Applicants with experience as Postdoctoral Research fellows will have an added advantage.

The successful candidates will be expected to teach at both undergraduate and postgraduate students and undertake further research in their areas of specialization and participate in routine diagnostic work at KNH.

NOTE: Applicants for academic posts (AC) should forward ten (10) should forward ten (10) copies of their application letters accompanied by similar number of certified copies of certificates and C.Vs giving details of their qualifications, experience, research activities and publications they appear in. Applicants for non-academic posts (AD) should submit seven (7) of the above supporting documents and applications letter.

In both cases, applications and related documents should be forwarded through the applicants heads of departments and applicants should state their current designations and salaries and other benefits attached to those designations. They should quote post reference codes as shown for each posts in the advertisement.

CODES

Applications should be addressed as per the codes below:-

R&T The Deputy Registrar, Recruitment & Training Section, P.O Box 30197-00100 Nairobi CHS The Principal, College of Health Sciences, P.O Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CAVS The Principal, College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CHSS The Principal, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CEES The Principal, College of Education & External Studies, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 14th October 2011 ONLY SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

LECTURER, DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY-1 POST AC/9/413/11-(CHS) (14 October 2011) Applicants must be holders of a PhD degree in a relevant field. Those who possess an M.Med degree in Ophthalmology or its equivalent and have at least two (2) years teaching experience at University level will also be considered. They should be registered with the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board. In both cases, they should have research experience, with at least two (2) publications in refereed journals or two chapters in scholarly books since last promotion. They should show evidence of continuing research activity.

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Successful candidates will be required to teach undergraduate and postgraduate students, supervise their research projects, and to initiate and conduct research in their areas of specialization. They will also be expected to participate in Departmental, Faculty and College activities.

NOTE: Applicants for academic posts (AC) should forward ten (10) should forward ten (10) copies of their application letters accompanied by similar number of certified copies of certificates and C.Vs giving details of their qualifications, experience, research activities and publications they appear in. Applicants for non-academic posts (AD) should submit seven (7) of the above supporting documents and applications letter.

In both cases, applications and related documents should be forwarded through the applicants heads of departments and applicants should state their current designations and salaries and other benefits attached to those designations. They should quote post reference codes as shown for each posts in the advertisement.

CODES

Applications should be addressed as per the codes below:-

R&T The Deputy Registrar, Recruitment & Training Section, P.O Box 30197-00100 Nairobi CHS The Principal, College of Health Sciences, P.O Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CAVS The Principal, College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CHSS The Principal, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CEES The Principal, College of Education & External Studies, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 14th October 2011 ONLY SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

TUTORIAL FELLOW, DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AC/9/414/11 (3 POSTS) - (CHSS) (14 October 2011) Applicants should be holders of a Masters degree in Political Science. They should have knowledge and expertise in at least two (2) of the following sub- fields of Political Science: - Comparative Politics, International Relations, Public Administration, Political Economy, Political Sociology and Political Theory. They must show evidence of having registered for a PHD degree. Applicants who have teaching at university level will have an added advantage.

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Applicants for academic posts (AC) should forward ten (10) should forward ten (10) copies of their application letters accompanied by similar number of certified copies of certificates and C.Vs giving details of their qualifications, experience, research activities and publications they appear in. Applicants for non-academic posts (AD) should submit seven (7) of the above supporting documents and applications letter.

In both cases, applications and related documents should be forwarded through the applicants heads of departments and applicants should state their current designations and salaries and other benefits attached to those designations. They should quote post reference codes as shown for each posts in the advertisement.

CODES

Applications should be addressed as per the codes below:-

R&T The Deputy Registrar, Recruitment & Training Section, P.O Box 30197-00100 Nairobi CHS The Principal, College of Health Sciences, P.O Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CAVS The Principal, College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CHSS The Principal, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CEES The Principal, College of Education & External Studies, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 14th October 2011 ONLY SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

RECORDS MANAGEMENT OFFICER GRADE CD, ADMINISTRATION DIVISION AD/9/416/11- 1 POST- (R&T) (14 October 2011) Applicants should be holders of Bachelor of Information Science (Records and Archives Management Option) and a proven knowledge of Computer Packages Ms Word, Ms Excel, and Ms PowerPoint etc. They should have at least 3 years experience in Records and Archives Management in a large organization in the public or Private Sector. They should be able to demonstrate knowledge of records survey, records appraisal, preparation of records classification and indexing schemes, records retention and disposal schedules and implementation of registry operation tools.

The successful candidate will be expected to do the following: Supervise Registry Staff Review classification and indexing schemes Implement reviewed schemes Carry out records survey, appraisal Conduct records management workshops and seminars among other duties.

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NOTE: Applicants for academic posts (AC) should forward ten (10) should forward ten (10) copies of their application letters accompanied by similar number of certified copies of certificates and C.Vs giving details of their qualifications, experience, research activities and publications they appear in. Applicants for non-academic posts (AD) should submit seven (7) of the above supporting documents and applications letter.

In both cases, applications and related documents should be forwarded through the applicants heads of departments and applicants should state their current designations and salaries and other benefits attached to those designations. They should quote post reference codes as shown for each posts in the advertisement.

CODES

Applications should be addressed as per the codes below:-

R&T The Deputy Registrar, Recruitment & Training Section, P.O Box 30197-00100 Nairobi CHS The Principal, College of Health Sciences, P.O Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CAVS The Principal, College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CHSS The Principal, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CEES The Principal, College of Education & External Studies, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 14th October 2011 ONLY SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

SECRETARY GRADE B, DEPARTMENT OF CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE - AD/9/417/11- 1 POST - (R&T) (14 October 2011) Applicants should be holders of at least a KCSE C or KCE Div. III or an equivalent qualification with a credit in English Language. In addition they must have passed the following subjects offered by the Kenya National Examinations Council or equivalent examining body: Business English III Business English III Commerce II Secretarial Duties II Office Management III Shorthand III (minimum 100 wpm) or Audio-Typewriting III Typewriting 50 wpm

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They should have certificates in and be able to use Word Processing, Spreadsheets and Data Base Management packages and at least three (3) years experience as Assistant Secretary Grade A or a comparable position of responsibility for this grade. They should have knowledge of Anti-virus Tools.

NOTE: Applicants for academic posts (AC) should forward ten (10) should forward ten (10) copies of their application letters accompanied by similar number of certified copies of certificates and C.Vs giving details of their qualifications, experience, research activities and publications they appear in. Applicants for non-academic posts (AD) should submit seven (7) of the above supporting documents and applications letter.

In both cases, applications and related documents should be forwarded through the applicants heads of departments and applicants should state their current designations and salaries and other benefits attached to those designations. They should quote post reference codes as shown for each posts in the advertisement.

CODES

Applications should be addressed as per the codes below:-

R&T The Deputy Registrar, Recruitment & Training Section, P.O Box 30197-00100 Nairobi CHS The Principal, College of Health Sciences, P.O Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CAVS The Principal, College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CHSS The Principal, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CEES The Principal, College of Education & External Studies, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 14th October 2011 ONLY SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

SECRETARY GRADE B, DEPARTMENT OF CLINICAL STUDIES -AD/9/418/11- 1 POST - (CAVS) (14 October 2011) Applicants should be holders of at least a KCSE C or KCE Div. III or an equivalent qualification with a credit in English Language. In addition they must have passed the following subjects offered by the Kenya National Examinations Council or equivalent examining body: Business English III Business English III Commerce II Secretarial Duties II Office Management III

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Shorthand III (minimum 100 wpm) or Audio-Typewriting III Typewriting 50 wpm

They should have certificates in and be able to use Word Processing, Spreadsheets and Data Base Management packages and at least three (3) years experience as Assistant Secretary Grade A or a comparable position of responsibility for this grade. They should have knowledge of Anti-virus Tools.

NOTE: Applicants for academic posts (AC) should forward ten (10) should forward ten (10) copies of their application letters accompanied by similar number of certified copies of certificates and C.Vs giving details of their qualifications, experience, research activities and publications they appear in. Applicants for non-academic posts (AD) should submit seven (7) of the above supporting documents and applications letter.

In both cases, applications and related documents should be forwarded through the applicants heads of departments and applicants should state their current designations and salaries and other benefits attached to those designations. They should quote post reference codes as shown for each posts in the advertisement.

CODES

Applications should be addressed as per the codes below:-

R&T The Deputy Registrar, Recruitment & Training Section, P.O Box 30197-00100 Nairobi CHS The Principal, College of Health Sciences, P.O Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CAVS The Principal, College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CHSS The Principal, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CEES The Principal, College of Education & External Studies, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 14th October 2011 ONLY SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

TECHNOLOGIST GRADE ABC- DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICS & PHARMACY PRACTICE-1 POST -AD/9/419/11- (CHS) (14 October 2011) Applicants should be holders of at least a KCSE Mean Grade C or KCE Division III certificate with credit passes in English, Mathematics and Biology/Chemistry. They must also have a Diploma in Applied Biology from a recognized institution. They must have worked in a teaching institution for at least three (3) years. They must be computer literate.

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Successful candidate will be required to assist in preparation and administering of practicals to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. In addition he/she will be required to assist in any research activities taking place in the department.

NOTE: Applicants for academic posts (AC) should forward ten (10) should forward ten (10) copies of their application letters accompanied by similar number of certified copies of certificates and C.Vs giving details of their qualifications, experience, research activities and publications they appear in. Applicants for non-academic posts (AD) should submit seven (7) of the above supporting documents and applications letter.

In both cases, applications and related documents should be forwarded through the applicants heads of departments and applicants should state their current designations and salaries and other benefits attached to those designations. They should quote post reference codes as shown for each posts in the advertisement.

CODES

Applications should be addressed as per the codes below:-

R&T The Deputy Registrar, Recruitment & Training Section, P.O Box 30197-00100 Nairobi CHS The Principal, College of Health Sciences, P.O Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CAVS The Principal, College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CHSS The Principal, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CEES The Principal, College of Education & External Studies, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 14th October 2011 ONLY SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

ASSISTANT SECRETARY GRADE A, DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY - 1 POST AD/9/420/11(CHS) (14 October 2011) Applicants should be holders of a KCSE Grade C or KCE III or its equivalent qualification with a Credit in English language. In addition they must have passed the following subjects offered by the Kenya National Examinations Council or equivalent examining body: Business English II Commerce II Secretarial Duties II Office Management III Shorthand 80 wpm or Audio Typing III

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Typewriting 50 wpm

They must be computer literate.

NOTE: Applicants for academic posts (AC) should forward ten (10) should forward ten (10) copies of their application letters accompanied by similar number of certified copies of certificates and C.Vs giving details of their qualifications, experience, research activities and publications they appear in. Applicants for non-academic posts (AD) should submit seven (7) of the above supporting documents and applications letter.

In both cases, applications and related documents should be forwarded through the applicants heads of departments and applicants should state their current designations and salaries and other benefits attached to those designations. They should quote post reference codes as shown for each posts in the advertisement.

CODES

Applications should be addressed as per the codes below:-

R&T The Deputy Registrar, Recruitment & Training Section, P.O Box 30197-00100 Nairobi CHS The Principal, College of Health Sciences, P.O Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CAVS The Principal, College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CHSS The Principal, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CEES The Principal, College of Education & External Studies, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 14th October 2011 ONLY SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

DRIVER GRADE III, VETERINARY FARM-1 POST AD/9/421/11- (CAVS) (14 October 2011) Applicants should be holders of at least KCSE level of education or equivalent and a clean valid driving license classes ABCE and PSV, Occupational Test Grade III, a certificate in First Aid. They must have at least three (3) years experience in ploughing, harrowing, gyro mowing, planting, spraying and balling among others.

The successful candidates will be expected to carry out various farm duties as assigned to him/her by the Farm Manager or designated appointed.

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Applicants for academic posts (AC) should forward ten (10) should forward ten (10) copies of their application letters accompanied by similar number of certified copies of certificates and C.Vs giving details of their qualifications, experience, research activities and publications they appear in. Applicants for non-academic posts (AD) should submit seven (7) of the above supporting documents and applications letter.

In both cases, applications and related documents should be forwarded through the applicants heads of departments and applicants should state their current designations and salaries and other benefits attached to those designations. They should quote post reference codes as shown for each posts in the advertisement.

CODES

Applications should be addressed as per the codes below:-

R&T The Deputy Registrar, Recruitment & Training Section, P.O Box 30197-00100 Nairobi CHS The Principal, College of Health Sciences, P.O Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CAVS The Principal, College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CHSS The Principal, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CEES The Principal, College of Education & External Studies, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 14th October 2011 ONLY SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

UNILEVER KENYA

KEY ACCOUNTS MANAGERS (9 October 2011) Reference: CD009 Level of experience: Degree Area of interest: Customer Development Location: Various in Kenya Company: Unilever K Ltd Country: Kenya Salary: N/A

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Purpose of job Develop and execute with our customers a customer strategy and customer business plan. Is responsible for the achievement of turnover and the P&L of his/her customers for the categories as well as for the implementation and the optimization of the category strategies within the customer.

Main Accountabilities

Customer Strategy and Business Plan Develops the customer strategic business plan for his/her respective categories. Works out a joint customer business plan for his/her respective categories. Works in close collaboration with the Category Managers for the category input, and with customer marketing for the banner/channel plan. Develops optimal integrated promotion plan (including selling the plan to the customer) and manage promo investments. Manages customer promo investment for his customer. Manage the customer P&L for his/her respective categories. Provide clear objectives and deliverables for the field team. Deliver the agreed plan, follow-up achievement of counterparts set in the agreement.

Negotiation Closes the deal with the Customer by negotiating the trade terms, trade funding and counterparts according to the UL strategy on his/her categories. Manages overall levels of Customer Investments for his category. Monitors Customer Performance by tracking customer contribution and market share for major categories.

Plays active ambassador role Acts as active ambassador of Unilever at the customer and of the customer at Unilever. Participates actively to the account managers meetings, looking at the best solution for the business even if not in line for his/her customer.

Key Requirements; A relevant degree. Minimum 2 to 3 years relevant Account Management/Field Sales experience is a must. Two years of Marketing, Customer Marketing or Trade Category Management is an advantage. Excellent Negotiation skills. Excellent Customer Service skills

Valid until: 09 Oct 2011

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Employment type/status: Permanent-Full Time Relocation assistance: No

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://www.unilever-esa.com/careers/further/rjobdetails.aspx??job_id=2118#top

IBM

MARKET MANAGEMENT MARKET SEGMENT MANAGER Job ID: SWG-0437497 Job type: Full-time Regular Work country: Kenya Posted: 27-Sep-2011 Work city: Nairobi Job area: Marketing & Communications Travel: No travel Job category: Marketing & Communications Business unit: Software Group Job role: Market Management Market Segment Manager Job role skillset: Local Country Market Commissionable/Sales-Incentive jobs only: No

Job description Employees in this role act as the primary marketing interface to the business leaders at the WW or IMT level for the market segment that they manage. They develop a thorough understanding of the market and define the overall strategy for the market segment including offering plans, channels/routes to market and pricing/business case which is documented in the business plan. They are responsible for developing the marketing plan which includes the overall market segmentation model and priorities within it; the market positioning and IBM's value proposition within the market segment; and prioritization of marketing programs, routes to market, and channel enablement requirements to meet the revenue and

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profit goals. They provide guidance on market positioning, messaging, value propositions and differentiation into the marketing programs in order to effectively meet the needs of the market segment.

Required Bachelor's Degree English: Fluent

IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: https://jobs3.netmedia1.com/cp/job_summary.jsp?job_id=SWG-0437497

STANDARD CHARTERED BANK

CSS/TSS TECHNICAL ANALYST Job ID: 303372 Job Function: Technology & Operations Location: Kenya - SCB Full/Part Time: Full-Time Regular /Temporary: Permanent

Key Roles & Responsibilities Manage 1st and 2nd line support for users and day to day incidents, requests for change, inc. purchase and delivery of new products and services and work closely with ITSC, OSV and RTS for technical support. Maintain efficient and highly resilient production systems and provide technical support for all trader voice, E- business and standard chartered business products. Accountable for the implementation and ongoing verification of Security patchs (OS and Virus) within SCB locations To manage vendors including on site support engineers (OSV)

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To assist in new implementations or upgrades to existing systems, including project management, tracking and reporting

To assist in the provision of business recovery sites to give the ability to conduct business transactions and monitor exposure in the event of a disaster

Risk management control, KCS assistance, SIP initiatives and reporting, including Technical audit compliance, directly and indirectly

Problem and change (Scheduled change & DSSR) management outstanding problem\ change management, call logging, call trends, call reporting including high severity problem control. All remedy related initiatives and updates. Ensuring standards are adhered to, or dispensations raised

Protectors of the local environment, including responsibility to ensure safe and tidy IT installations and cabling, local regulatory compliance , health and safety adherence etc

Qualifications & Skills IT Degree Experience in IT Operations and support both Hardware and software Self driven individual with ability to work both independently and in a team Exposure and knowledge in Linux, SAN Storage, Oracle, Windows XP and Bankworld Experience / exposure in DRP, Backup and Restore support

Diversity & Inclusion Standard Chartered is committed to diversity and inclusion. We believe that a work environment which embraces diversity will enable us to get the best out of the broadest spectrum of people to sustain strong business performance and competitive advantage. By building an inclusive culture, each employee can develop a sense of belonging, and have the opportunity to maximise their personal potential.

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: https://cgportal.global.standardchartered.com/psc/hrms/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRS.HRS_APP_SC HJOB.GBL

SME RELATIONSHIP MANAGER - SMALL BUSINESS Job ID: 303722 Job Function: Consumer Banking Location: Kenya - SCB Full/Part Time: Full-Time Regular /Temporary: Permanent

Job Description

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Acquire profitable new customers/business for the Small Business Segment of SME Banking business through the creation, development and maintenance of high quality advisory relationships, that includes effective consultative selling and creative structuring of financial solutions (within segmentation boundaries)

Key Roles & Responsibilities Work directly with customers to deepen and secure new business relationships through the analyses of needs and provision of products and services. Tailor products creatively to meet individual customer needs. Analyse and review quality of potential and existing business to ensure maximum profitability. Manage credit quality standards through effective risk management according to the Departmental Operating Instructions (DOI) and other SCB policies. Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of all actual and attempted customer interactions. Conduct customer meetings that have defined call objectives, desired outcomes and a well constructed plan. Work in close partnership with Business Analysts and Credit Managers to ensure credit applications for new and existing facilities are correctly prepared in accordance with DOI. After consideration of individual case merits, recommend credits for approval by relevant authorities. Provide feedback to senior management, marketing and product management on customers needs and the efficiency of marketing strategies and tactics

Qualifications & Skills Graduate in Commerce, Economics, or equivalent. 4 Years banking experience Knowledge in all major areas of Banking will be an added advantage (especially in Credit, Trade, Operations, Treasury, Security documentation, etc.) Strong selling, interpersonal, negotiation and networking skills Good knowledge and understanding of group processes to enable speedy resolution of service issues Good team player Effective communication and presentation skills

Diversity & Inclusion Standard Chartered is committed to diversity and inclusion. We believe that a work environment which embraces diversity will enable us to get the best out of the broadest spectrum of people to sustain strong business performance and competitive advantage. By building an inclusive culture, each employee can develop a sense of belonging, and have the opportunity to maximise their personal potential.

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To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: https://cgportal.global.standardchartered.com/psc/hrms/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRS.HRS_APP_SC HJOB.GBL

DATA CENTRE OPERATOR Job ID: 303729 Job Function: Technology & Operations Location: Kenya - SCB Full/Part Time: Full-Time Regular /Temporary: Permanent

JOB PURPOSE Strategic alignment of overall business/ functions needs to technology capabilities and systems. Responsible for the technical tasks of all aspects of the IT operations within the GSSC and the Spokes countries. Responsible for implementation of Group recommended IT standards and security policies. To Administrate/operate Data Centre (for East, Central and South Africa Region) Systems (ebbs, eOpal, eBranch System, SPARROW, Visa, IDS, OPICS, IDS, ADC, LOS, COLL etc.) in an efficient manner to ensure maximum availability of online services to the banks customers. To produce reports correctly and timely and ensure critical reports are received by users within the time agreed in Service Level Agreement. To ensure that all processing is done expeditiously. Ensure Maintained of a healthy environment through strict compliance with AML and CRM standards, as defined by the Group and Local Regulatory Authorities.

Key Roles & Responsibilities Manage problem resolution and resumption of services within the shortest time possible. Ensure that all the changes to live system have been tested i.e. conduct an OAT after UAT has been completed. Ensure proper EOD/EOM procedures have been followed in Data Centre by maintaining checks through checklist. Maintain BCP procedures for IT on day to day and make routine updates. Ensure that all changes are included in checklists. Ensure that all problems relating to hardware/ software and operation are documented logged and reported to the Data Centre Manager and to Serviceline. Ensure that UPS and Generator is fully tested as laid down. Ensure that adequate stock of auxiliary items to the computer equipment is maintained.

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To run all the systems in the Data Centre including ebbs, LOS, SPARROW, ADC, IDS, OPICS, COLL etc.

To ensure all jobs are processed correctly as scheduled i.e. Start of Day, End of Day, Daily and Weekly Activities etc

Ensure all output is of good standard and all jobs are correctly processed and output is produced in accordance with the requirements.

Ensure that housekeeping for all the systems is done strictly according to schedule and periodical- stripping schedules are complied with.

Ensure that system security is upheld as per Security Guidelines and report any potential risks. Provide 1st Level Support to branches and other Core Banking System users. Get actively involved in DRP both in testing and also in event of a disaster. Ensure that backups of all systems are done as per laid down procedures and ensuring backup tapes are securely taken to offsite.

Ensure the Implementation and monitoring of KYC & CRM measures is in line with Group and Regulatory requirements

Qualifications & Skills At least University Degree in computer related field or equivalent. Computer Operations experience especially System Administration. A good Technical Understanding of Computer hardware and Software and operations Knowledge of Banking, GSSC Functions, standard and procedures. Knowledge of System hardware, Software and other products. Knowledge of Communications hardware and Software equipment and network application. Knowledge of System commands and utilities. Hardware Support and administration ability.

Diversity & Inclusion Standard Chartered is committed to diversity and inclusion. We believe that a work environment which embraces diversity will enable us to get the best out of the broadest spectrum of people to sustain strong business performance and competitive advantage. By building an inclusive culture, each employee can develop a sense of belonging, and have the opportunity to maximise their personal potential.

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: https://cgportal.global.standardchartered.com/psc/hrms/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRS.HRS_APP_SC HJOB.GBL

COUNTRY SENIOR LEGAL COUNSEL

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Job ID: 304042 Job Function: Legal Location: Kenya - SCB Full/Part Time: Full-Time Regular /Temporary:

Job Description To support the Country Head of Legal to deliver strategic leadership for the country legal team that is built both on the core values of the Bank and clear, measured team objectives set in conjunction with business legal stakeholders.

Key Roles & Responsibilities

Legal Risk Provide a central point of reference point, support and advice on all Wholesale Bank legal issues. Proactively identify, monitor and mitigate of all potential legal risks in the WB business and the country as appropriate. Ensure adequate controls to ensure legal risks are managed and train on the stakeholders on the various policies as appropriate. Provide timely legal advice, briefings and recommendations on key issues to stakeholders. Review all credit documentation for completeness, clarity and to ensure that all legal risk is adequately covered. Oversee the Credit documentation unit and liaise with the relevant stakeholders to ensure production and completion periods are tightly controlled. Prepare and coordinate regular and accurate country legal risk reports that provide clear analysis. Contribute to Team Legals risk governance through providing country perspective on legal risk policies and procedures and helping to ensure consistency in the countrys approach to legal risk management.

Coordination Working together with the Head of Legal, ensure appropriate in-country team resources, skills and capabilities to support business growth and address all legal risks. Coordinates legal training to ensure that a balanced training program is available to the country lawyers. Works effectively and proactively with other Legal team members to manage all country legal risks. Ensures that external legal panels are coordinated and effective and provides country support for panel arrangements when required.

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Leadership Acts as a central point of reference for the Wholesale Bank legal issues in country for functional stakeholders. Working together with the Country Head of Legal, ensures appropriate in-country team resources, skills and capabilities to support business growth and address all legal risks. Raises awareness of, and addresses, legal risks and issues within the business area of responsibility through specific legal training. Works with Country Head of Legal to ensure coverage of all legal work which is not specifically aligned to one business, e.g. non-material disputes, HR legal issues, commercial contracts, acquisitions and legal projects undertaken at country level. Promotes active cooperation between the legal team members to encourage a collegiate working environment across the businesses. Ensures that external legal engagements are coordinated and effective and provides support for panel arrangements when required.

Business Partnering Ensure that the Credit Unit executes transactions and cases in a timely and effective manner. Effectively manages the process of engaging external counsel, including providing effective instructions to external counsel and negotiating appropriate fee structures for the transaction/ case in question. Supports and facilitates internal product development through the new products approval process by engaging proactively with the business.

Qualifications & Skills Law degree from a reputable learning institution Good experience in handling Wholesale Bank and general legal matters from reputable institution (s) The ability to combine strategic perspective with quick execution when situation demands it The ability to prioritize work and deliver high quality output to tight deadlines Has strong inter-personal skills to interface at a senior level inside and outside the Bank Resourceful, creative and follow-through. Sensitive to changing environments and the ability to react and pro-act quickly to defend the Bank s position and reputation Ability to know when to push the right buttons in delicate situations and to manage expectations of key stakeholders through creative suggestions. Working within approved budgets, keeping tight control over costs while delivering high outputs each year.

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Diversity & Inclusion Standard Chartered is committed to diversity and inclusion. We believe that a work environment which embraces diversity will enable us to get the best out of the broadest spectrum of people to sustain strong business performance and competitive advantage. By building an inclusive culture, each employee can develop a sense of belonging, and have the opportunity to maximise their personal potential.

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: https://cgportal.global.standardchartered.com/psc/hrms/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRS.HRS_APP_SC HJOB.GBL

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS

GENDER ANALYST (9 October 2011) VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NO: FAO/030/2011 Issued on: 28thSeptember 2011 Deadline for Application: 09th October 2011 POSITION TITLE: Gender Analyst (FSNAU Project) GRADE LEVEL: KP 2 DUTY STATION: Nairobi with frequent travel to Somalia ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT: Somalia Country Office (FAO-Somalia) DURATION:5 months with possible extension ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES KENYAN AND SOMALI NATIONALITIES ANTICIPATED START DATE: October 2011

The Gender Analyst will report directly to the Chief Technical Advisor, and indirectly to the Technical Managers of FSNAU, with overall supervision of the FAO Country Officer in Charge and the FAO TCE. The Gender Analyst will work closely with the core technical food security and nutrition team and the data systems team, to ensure gender analysis is fully integrated within FSNAUs baseline livelihoods, food security, and nutrition information and analysis.

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Overall Objective: Lead in overall gender analysis within FSNAUs food security, nutrition and livelihoods information.

Specific Objectives and Tasks Conduct food security and livelihoods vulnerability profiling using a gender lens in collaboration with the food security & livelihoods teams Based on the vulnerability profiling and in line with current FSNAU Gender Analytical Framework develop indicators, methods and tools for incorporating gender analysis into FSNAUs: o Baseline Livelihood Analysis, in line with the analytical framework of Livelihood Strategies and Livelihood Assets. o o o Nutrition Surveys Seasonal Assessments, Rapid Emergency Assessments

Participate in fieldwork and work closely with the field teams to ensure gender information is integrated within data collection and analysis activities

Provide field training and guidelines to the technical team on who and how they interview to ensure a reliable and efficient data collection on the gender related questions

Lead in the writing and editing of gender analysis within the Baseline Livelihood Reports, Seasonal Assessment Technical Series Reports, to ensure gender analysis is consistent, rigorous and of high quality.

Represent FSNAU in the gender working group for Somalia Represent FSNAU in discussions with OCHA on the gender marker initiative

Qualifications Masters degree in relevant field (sociology, development studies, gender, agriculture, economics) Documented expertise in gender analysis from a food security livelihoods perspective with at least five years of related work experience Strong data analysis and analytical skills Strong skills in SPSS, STATA and Excel Experience in PRA and other field survey methods Strong writing skills with examples of reports written Fluency in English Fluency in Somali highly desirable Willingness and ability to travel throughout Somalia

TO APPLY: Send your application to:

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Candidates are requested to submit a covering letter quoting the Position Title and Vacancy Announcement No. FAO/030/2011 along with their current/detailed Curriculum Vitae and FAO Personal History (PH) form (available at http://www.fao.org/VA/adm11e.dot - see following page for guidelines on how to fill it out). E-mail is the preferred means of receipt and the application should be sent to HRSomalia@fao.org. The subject line of the e-mail message should read CONFIDENTIAL FAO/030/2011. If making a hard copy submission, the envelope should be clearly marked CONFIDENTIAL FAO/030/2011 and sent to the following address: FAO-Somalia UN-Somalia Ngecha Road Complex Corner Lower Kabete Road/Ngecha Road P.O. Box 30470-00100 Nairobi, Kenya.

Applications may also be faxed, again clearly indicating CONFIDENTIAL - FAO/030/2011 in the subject line, to +254-20-4000333. Applications must be received by the deadline. Late applications will not be considered. Only short listed candidates meeting all essential qualifications will be contacted

INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT LAW ORGANIZATION

FIELD PROGRAM LEGAL OFFICER (10 October 2011) THE CONSULTANCY: The IDLO Program titled Supporting the Kenyan Constitutional Implementation Process aims to support Kenya in the effective, efficient, and sustainable implementation process of the 2010 Constitution, by assisting with drafting new legislation in accordance with the Constitution and international best practices, building long-term legislative capacity, and improving application of the new legislation. The focus throughout the Program will be on capacity building for Kenyan institutions and individuals. Reporting to and under the direct supervision of the Field Program Manager, the Field Program Legal Officer (FPLO) will support the project implementation to ensure timely and effective achievement of the project objectives; support project monitoring and documentation and provide regular reports to the Field Program Manager on Program Implementation and technical inputs as required for IDLO Nairobi project concept papers and proposals; work in close cooperation with IDLO Nairobi partners including the Kenya Law Reform Commission, the State Law Office, the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution, the Ministry of Justice, National Cohesion and Constitutional Affairs, the Law Society of Kenya as well as development partners (including donors), civil society and other stakeholders, to achieve the aims of the Program. The FPLO will also be expected to work in close collaboration with the Field Operations Unit in IDLO Rome Headquarters. Specific tasks will include: - Legal research and analysis; Administrative and technical support to the Field Program manager and visiting experts; - Drafting reports of events and meetings; - Representing IDLO at meetings on request of Field Program Manager; -

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Gathering and organizing data relating to the Project Monitoring Plan; - Providing regular input into the design of project activities. - Any other tasks as reasonably requested by the Field Program Manager

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE PROFILE IDLO Nairobi seeks a Field Program Legal Officer (FPLO) with a genuine interest and passion for the organizations mission as well as for the importance of its operations in Kenya. IDLO will give strong consideration to candidates who have specific experience in constitutional implementation/legislative reform work or projects in Kenya.

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE The successful candidate will have a law degree, with 3 - 5 years experience in legal and development sector. The candidate will be familiar with results-based management approaches to program management. Recent experience and knowledge of the Kenyan legal and political system, and the relevant institutions, is a significant advantage. Candidates must bring excellent oral and written communication skills as he/she will be required to interact closely with government departments, ministries, and other high-level officials. The selected candidate will bring a high level of motivation, excellent judgment, a responsible attitude, and team spirit to this role. He/she will have the knowledge, cultural sensitivity, and interpersonal skills to interact effectively with colleagues and project stakeholders. Fluency in written and spoken English is required. Fluency or a working knowledge of Kiswahili is advantageous.

PERIOD OF ASSIGNMENT The initial contract will be for twelve months, with the possibility of renewal based on performance and availability of funds. The successful candidate should be prepared to commence in November, 2011.

For more details, please copy the link below as your web address: http://reliefweb.int/node/449923

HOW TO APPLY: IDLO is Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity in all areas of its operations. We welcome and encourage diverse applications. Please send your application consisting of a cover letter and CV with contacts of 3 referees via e mail to:

The Field Program Manager, IDLO Field Program Office Nairobi; E mail address: emuthoni@idlo.int;

So as to reach us on or before the 10 October, 2011 We regret we will only be able to get back to shortlisted candidates

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REFUGEPOINT

PROTECTION OFFICER (12 October 2011) Organization: RefugePoint (formerly Mapendo International) Location: Nairobi, Kenya Reports to: Protection Program Manager

RefugePoint Mission Statement: RefugePoint works to fill the critical and unmet needs of people affected by war and conflict who have fallen through the net of humanitarian assistance. This commitment is expressed through targeting individuals, families and groups of people overlooked by existing aid programs. RefugePoint strives to alleviate human suffering, to protect life and health, and to raise awareness for these vulnerable people.

The Protection Officer position requires the highest degree of professionalism and ethical commitment. Protection officers are expected to carry out a wide variety of duties in a rapidly changing environment. Some of the core responsibilities and duties of the position are as follows: Work as part of a multi-cultural team to identify and assist refugees in the urban area of Nairobi. Conduct outreach activities working with refugees in various areas of the city. Manage individual caseload of protection clients and resettlement applicants. Ensure case work is concluded in a timely fashion. Maintain secure and accurate case files at all times. Ensure the highest standard in all case work. Adhere to code of conduct and professional ethical obligations. Conduct intake interviews and resettlement assessments according to standard operating procedures. Ensure timely response to communication and requests for information from applicants and other authorized parties.

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Work closely with managers to ensure smooth operation of the protection unit as a whole, including scheduling, field work, and follow up on assigned cases.

Conduct best interest determinations as needed. Contribute to reporting, report writing, research and other activities as they arise, including training protection staff, hosting visitors, conducting internal or external training on various topics, conducting field missions, or other activities, as needed.

Any other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Required qualifications: Kenyan national; Degree in law or other advanced degree in a related field (forced migration studies, international relations or humanitarian assistance); At least two years professional experience working on refugee protection and resettlement either with an NGO or UNHCR; Exceptional English language skills, including spoken and written; Secondary relevant language skill (Kiswahili, French or Somali) is an advantage.

Please submit CV and cover letter as a single attachment to hr@refugepoint.org. Application deadline: Wednesday, October 12, 2011. Please note that only successful applicants will be contacted.

SAMARITAN'S PURSE

AREA COORDINATOR, DADAAB, KENYA (31 October 2011) The Area Coordinator is responsible for the overall leadership, direction, and oversight of programs in Garissa County. The Area Coordinator must ensure that all program designs and outputs align with Samaritans Purses (SP) strategy, donor standards, and local laws. Other essential duties include management of: Operations, Security, Human Resources, Financial Reporting, as well as Community Relations.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Coordinate all projects in Garissa County in close communication with the Country Director (CD)

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Oversee all aspects of ongoing programs including WASH, Nutrition, and Relief Interventions: manage the program managers and work directly with them to address programmatic challenges; hold Program Managers accountable to grant and program requirements, timelines, and outputs; adjust implementation strategies as necessary for successful program outputs; ensure each program is contributing a significant impact through monitoring and evaluation

Produce timely and accurate program reports: weekly and monthly program reports submitted to the Country Director; review Quarterly and Final reports for external donors such as UNICEF

Develop new program concepts to address the needs of Garissa County: coordinate assessments and gather information; prioritize high need areas and sectors; assist with new program proposals and budget writing

Ensure inter-program Operations are functional: oversee and work directly with the Operations Manager; prioritize needs for resource sharing with SP assets; ensure accountable and efficient systems are in place; approve international purchase requests, audit procurement systems, pricing, and inventory on a monthly basis

Serve as the security focal point for Garissa County: update evacuation and contingency plans frequently; conduct regular security meetings with national and international staff; gather relevant information; assess risk in coordination with the senior management team; determine areas of safe operation; enforce safety and security policies and procedures

Manage Human Resources: work directly with the Kenya HR manager; ensure staff morale is high; oversee and approve management staff leave time; conduct performance evaluations for staff that are directly managed; resolve staff disputes and disagreements; conduct interviews for vacant management positions; enforce disciplinary measures as necessary

Monitor financial risk, reporting, and program budgets: work with the Finance Assistant to produce funds requests and spending forecasts; approve funding requests and payments; review program activity reports to ensure proper expense allocation; monitor all program budgets and corresponding timelines to ensure spending is on track; conduct surprise cash counts

Facilitate good community relations by establishing and maintaining positive relationships with local leaders, Government officials, the UN, and non-government organizations; ensure that SP is accepted by the community; attend relevant meetings; coordinate with Government, NGOs and UN agencies to avoid overlap and identify programming gaps

With a generous and serving spirit perform all other tasks and responsibilities assigned for the benefit of Samaritans Purse

Maintain a Christian witness to the communities

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelors degree; or 3 to 4 years of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience Previous experience working overseas, particularly in Africa or among Somali people Program management experience

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Field level management experience Possesses strong organizational skills Possesses strong cross cultural communication skills, as well as written and verbal Experienced in cross-cultural team leadership Experienced in managing multiple programs and large diverse teams Ability to be flexible and adaptable Understanding of local culture is essential Willingness to travel in and out of the field Willingness to stay in the field for extended periods Ability to drive a standard transmission vehicle in rough road and extremely muddy conditions Swahili language skills a plus

Length of contract: 12 months Open until filled Target date to the field: October 2011 Position is unaccompanied

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://www.samaritanspurse.org/index.php/employment_listings/position_listing_intl/area_coordinator_ dadaab_kenya_947/

PROGRAM MANAGER, SAFETY AND SECURITY, KENYA (31 October 2011) The Program Manager, Safety and Security provides leadership to all Security related issues in Garissa Province, North East Kenya and related programming within the region. The Program Manager, Safety and Security must ensure that all policies and procedures are adhered to for the safety of staff. Staff safety must be placed at the highest priority in conjunction with finding creative ways to accomplish program goals amidst challenging security situations.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Act as security focal point for Samaritans Purse (SP) Garissa Province, North East Kenya Understand and implement SPs internal safety and security guidelines as well as donor regulations in relation to security Develop manage and maintain SP security systems Conduct security audits at each field location Conduct continuous threat and vulnerability assessments as well as program specific security assessments Assist Area Coordinators with cost effective, feasible solutions of compliance for security protocols Coordinate with area Program Managers in ensuring security protocols are adhered to in regular programming

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Develop and continually update contingency and evacuation plans for all areas of operation Conduct trainings and schedule drills that include: driver safety, fire prevention, travel, communications, emergency response, security and other related topics

Maintain safety and security training records on all staff Ensure all vehicles have first aid and trauma kits and required equipment in coordination with the Fleet Manager

Develop working communications systems and enforce regular usage and upkeep Develop and maintain mechanisms to improve standards of security reporting Provide daily security updates to Program Managers and Team Leaders as well as weekly and monthly summaries

Collect and compile security information to provide a trend analysis quarterly Provide security orientations to all incoming staff and visitors Provide the Program Development Officer with Security budgets for proposed programs Develop and maintain relationships and communication networks with key security contacts including: UN and INGO forums, Government Ministries and Bodies, Military, Church leaders, Local vendors, Beneficiaries, etc.

Take part in platforms of inter agency coordination bodies on relevant security issues Monitor potential and present emergencies and keep the Country Director, Program Managers and Team Leaders informed of potential events, including crisis response options

Maintain a strong Christian witness to colleagues, vendors, charitable beneficiaries, and the general public

Manages and oversees all Security related personnel

QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS in a relevant field, MA or MS preferred Previous experience working overseas, particularly in Africa Field level management experience A minimum of 3 years of experience working in Security or Safety, preferably with an INGO, Law Enforcement Agency or Fire Department History of working effectively and respectfully with host country government, INGOs and U.N. agencies Ability to coordinate activities with local involvement and establish working relationships with other NGOs Basic knowledge of HF radio communications, SAT Phones, Codan and Cell phone burst messaging Possesses strong communication skills, written and verbal Possesses strong organizational skills Experienced in cross-cultural team leadership Ability to be flexible and adaptable

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Ability to operate for extended periods in very austere conditions Demonstrated ability and desire to train and build capacity of national staff Swahili language skills are desirable Ability to drive a standard transmission vehicle in rough road and extremely muddy conditions

Length of contract: 12 months Open until filled Target date to the field: October 2011 Position is unaccompanied

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://www.samaritanspurse.org/index.php/employment_listings/position_listing_intl/program_manage r_safety_and_security_kenya_946/

INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR ELECTION SYSTEMS

PROJECT ACCOUNTANT (16 October 2011) Location: Nairobi, Kenya

Position Description: The International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) is an international, nonprofit organization that supports the building of democratic societies and the strengthening of transitional democracies. Founded in 1987 as a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization, IFES has developed and implemented comprehensive, collaborative democracy solutions in more than 120 countries. In preparation for the 2012 elections, IFES will be implementing a capacity-building program in support of Kenyas electoral process in the areas of election technical support, voter registration, and voter education among others. IFES seeks a Project Accountant to assist with the financial management of the office under the direction of the IFES Operations Manager according to the duties and responsibilities listed below. This is 1 year renewable contract and contingent upon funding from USAID.

Main Responsibilities: Preparation of monthly financial reports with supporting documents to IFES in Washington;

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Manage petty cash fund including preparing regular petty cash reconciliation; Preparation of office payments; Assist with the development and enforcement of proper internal controls with respect to cash management;

Prepare and disburse IFES payroll for the field staff; Prepare bank reconciliations; Data entry of financial information into Quick books; Prepare field expense reports; Bring into order and file all accounting documents; Assist with budget analysis and developing pipelines; and, Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications and skills: A University degree in Accounting, Business, Economics/ Financial Management with at least part qualifications in CPA, ACCA, CIMA At least four years related finance/ administration experience; Two to three years of experience working with an international organization preferred. MS Excel skills required; working knowledge of Quick books preferred; Strong interpersonal skills, with high ethical standards; Good judgment and Initiative as well as ability to take direction; Good organizational skills; USAID financial management experience a significant plus

Additional Requirements: Applicants must be Kenyan citizens or third country nationals permanently residing in Kenya. Applications must contain: Letter of application and curriculum vitae

Deadline: 16th October, 2011

Applications to be sent to: KenyaRecruit@ifes.org

MINISTRY OF NAIROBI METROPOLITAN DEVELOPMENT

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Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the following vacancies:

DRIVER III (21 October 2011) JOB GROUP D FIVE (5) POSTS ADVERT NO. V/NO.MONMD 1 /2011 SALARY SCALE: Kshs.8, 819 438 9,257 464 9,721 p.m. Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable

Requirement for Appointment For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have; Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education mean grade of D (plain) or its equivalent qualification from a recognized institution; A valid driving license free from any current endorsement(s) for class(es) of vehicle(s) an officer is required to drive; Attended a First Aid Certificate Course lasting not less than one (1) week at St. John Ambulance or Kenya Institute of Highway and Building Technology (KIHBT) or any other recognized institution; Passed suitability Test for Driver Grade III; Passed practical test for drivers conducted by the Ministry A valid certificate of Good Conduct from Kenya Police; and At least two (2) years driving experience.

Duties and Responsibilities Driving a motor vehicle as authorized. Carrying out routine checks and maintenance of the vehicle Maintenance of work tickets for vehicle assigned. Detecting and reporting malfunctioning of the vehicle system. Carrying out first aid. Carrying authorized passengers and/ or goods and ensuring security and safety of the passengers and goods therein. Maintaining cleanliness of the vehicle.

Interested applicants for the post are requested to complete PSC 2 (Revised) Forms in triplicate enclosing copies of academic and professional certificates, testimonials, detailed current curriculum vitae indicating working experience, identity card and provide telephone and cell phone number, plus e- mail and postal address. Completed PSC forms should be submitted to the address shown below:

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The Permanent Secretary Ministry of Nairobi Metropolitan Development P.O Box 30130 - 00100, NAIROBI

So as to reach the Ministry on or before 21st October, 2011

Please Note: PSC 2 forms are obtainable (free of charge) from any Government office and may also be downloaded from the Public Service commission (k) website: www.publicservice.go.ke Only short listed candidates will be notified. Hand delivered applications should be submitted to Ministry of Nairobi Metropolitan Development AMBANK House, 20th floor. Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

CLERICAL OFFICER II (21 October 2011) JOB GROUP F SIX (6) POSTS ADVERT NO. V/ MONMD. 2 /2011 SALARY SCALE: Kshs.10, 717 X 537 11,254 X 563 11,817 X 599 12,416 p.m. Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable

Requirement for Appointment For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have; Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) mean grade C-or its approved equivalent and Proficiency in computer application will be an added advantage

Duties and Responsibilities Compiling statistical records, Sorting, filling and dispatching letters, Maintaining an efficient filling system, Processing appointments, promotions, discipline, transfers and other related duties in Human Resource Management, Commutation of financial or statistical records based on routine or special sources of information, Preparing payment vouchers. Compiling data and drafting letters.

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Interested applicants for the post are requested to complete PSC 2 (Revised) Forms in triplicate enclosing copies of academic and professional certificates, testimonials, detailed current curriculum vitae indicating working experience, identity card and provide telephone and cell phone number, plus e- mail and postal address. Completed PSC forms should be submitted to the address shown below:

The Permanent Secretary Ministry of Nairobi Metropolitan Development P.O Box 30130 - 00100, NAIROBI

So as to reach the Ministry on or before 21st October, 2011

Please Note: PSC 2 forms are obtainable (free of charge) from any Government office and may also be downloaded from the Public Service commission (k) website: www.publicservice.go.ke Only short listed candidates will be notified. Hand delivered applications should be submitted to Ministry of Nairobi Metropolitan Development AMBANK House, 20th floor. Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

RECEPTION ASSISTANT (21 October 2011) JOB GROUP E THREE (3) POSTS ADVERT NO. V/NO.MONMD 3 /2011 SALARY SCALE: Kshs. 9,721 X 486 10,207 X 510 10,717 X 537 11,254p.m. Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable

Requirement for Appointment For appointment to this grade, a candidate must; Be in possession of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) mean grade D + or its equivalent with at least a C- in English

Duties and Responsibilities Directing and guiding visitors. Issuing visitors passes. Maintaining good public relations in Government offices.

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Interested applicants for the post are requested to complete PSC 2 (Revised) Forms in triplicate enclosing copies of academic and professional certificates, testimonials, detailed current curriculum vitae indicating working experience, identity card and provide telephone and cell phone number, plus e- mail and postal address. Completed PSC forms should be submitted to the address shown below:

The Permanent Secretary Ministry of Nairobi Metropolitan Development P.O Box 30130 - 00100, NAIROBI

So as to reach the Ministry on or before 21st October, 2011

Please Note: PSC 2 forms are obtainable (free of charge) from any Government office and may also be downloaded from the Public Service commission (k) website: www.publicservice.go.ke Only short listed candidates will be notified. Hand delivered applications should be submitted to Ministry of Nairobi Metropolitan Development AMBANK House, 20th floor. Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA RECRUITMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE SUPPORT OFFICERS (CSSO) FOR CAPACITY ENHANCEMENT IN THE GOVERNMENT OF SOUTH SUDAN

The Government of Kenya has approved, within the framework of Technical Assistance Cooperation Programme to Government of South Sudan, the Secondment of additional twenty five (25) serving and retired Civil Servants in various fields as per the advertised positions under the GOSS/IGAD Initiative Project is partly funded by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The officers will be deployed in strategic functional areas within the National Ministries and State Level Governments for a period of two (2) years. They will be expected to mentor and coach their counterpart Civil Servants through application of appropriate on-the-job training programme and on work processes, systems and procedures.

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A Memorandum of Understanding specific to the Terms of Service for the seconded officers was signed by the two Governments as provided for under the existing Technical Assistance/ Cooperation on Training and Capacity Building.

Terms and Conditions of Service The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.

Eligibility The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment arrangement.

Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below. They should make their applications online through one of the Commissions websites

www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised 2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from Commissions website.

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

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.

Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.

All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:

THE SECRETARY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA P.O. BOX 30095 00100

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NAIROBI

VETERINARY OFFICER (7 October 2011) V/No.116/2011 Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 01/09/2011 Grade 3 Two (2) posts

Consolidated Technical Allowance: 4,023 USD p.m Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration Annual Leave: 45 Calender Days per year Work Station: Juba/ States of Southern Sudan

Key Responsibilities The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring veterinary and Livestock personnel in the GOSS Ministry of Animal Resources and Fisheries by providing guidance and training of young doctors and technical support cadres.

Specifically, key responsibilities will entail: undertaking disease control activities such as disease search, mapping vaccination and enforcement of livestock movement regulations training stakeholders on vector control programmes, animal health, breeding, welfare and good veterinary practices treating sick animals, analyzing, interpreting data and preparing reports on animal health, products and markets; undertaking postmortem examination and other diagnostics tests; interpreting laboratory results and making appropriate recommendations; inspecting, grading and licensing plants processing animal products and transport carriers/ containers; examining and issuing animal health certificates; participating in field efficacy trails for drugs, vaccines and acaricides; disseminating data/ information on animal health, products and markets; collaborating with stakeholders in providing veterinary services; undertaking forensic investigations and compiling appropriate reports; and offering veterinary services at ports of entry.

Qualifications, Experience and Competencies For appointment to this grade, an officer must:

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have served in the grade of Assistant Director of Veterinary Services, Job Group P or in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service for a minimum period of three (3) years;

be in possession of a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine (BVM) degree from a recognized university; be registered by Kenya Veterinary Board have a Masters Degree in any of the following fields: Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Surgery, Animal Nutrition and Feed Sciences, Animal Genetics and Breeding, Clinical Studies, Veterinary Public Health, Veterinary Anatomy, Animal Reproductive Biology; Veterinary Pathology and Microbiology, Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Diagnosis, Applied Veterinary Parasitology, Applied Microbiology, Comparative Mammalian Physiology, Pharmacology and Toxilogy, Wildlife Health and Management, Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics or any other relevant qualification from a recognized university

have certificate in computer applications; and have shown professional competence required in managing Veterinary Services

Terms and Conditions of Service The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.

Eligibility The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment arrangement.

Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below. They should make their applications online through one of the Commissions websites

www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised 2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from Commissions website.

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

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.

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Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.

All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:

THE SECRETARY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA P.O. BOX 30095 00100 NAIROBI

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER (7 October 2011) V/ No.167/2011 Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 02/09/2011 Grade 4 Two (2) posts

Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,746 USD p.m Terms of Service: Two (2) year contract International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration Annual Leave: 45 Calendar Days per year Work Station: Juba/ States of Southern Sudan

Key Responsibilities The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring staff in the Ministry of Roads and Transport in the following areas of air traffic control: Aerial Control keeping aircraft flying the airways Approach control guiding and sequencing aircraft into the most efficient order for landing. This include dealing with instrument landing systems, which allows some planes in make automatic landings and ensuring that planes are placed in holding patterns when airports are busy; and Aerodrome control air control and ground control; guide the aircraft through landing and to its parking stand at the terminal. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail: keeping radio and/ or radar contact with aircraft directing the movement of aircraft to climb or descend and allocating final cruising level; providing information to aircraft about weather conditions; ensuring that minimum distances are maintained between planes;

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controlling movements onto and off runways; handling ground movement of planes around the terminals handling ground movement of vehicles around the airport; and handling unexpected events, emergencies and unscheduled traffic

Qualifications, Experience and Competencies For appointment to this grade, an officer must: be in possession of a Bachelors degree with a bias in Mathematics, Physics, Geography, Engineering (mechanical, electrical, telecommunication, production survey and civil) or any other equivalent and relevant qualification from a recognized university; have at least ten (10) years proven work experience in the Public Service as a gazetted/ registered Air Traffic Controller, gained from an international air traffic control facility; have comprehensive knowledge of air traffic control laws, rules and regulations have passed an aptitude test for Air Traffic Controllers; have passed ICAO Class III medical test; have good communication an interpersonal skills with ability to make accurate judgment; and be a good team player

Terms and Conditions of Service The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.

Eligibility The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment arrangement.

Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below. They should make their applications online through one of the Commissions websites

www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised 2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from Commissions website.

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

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Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.

Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.

All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:

THE SECRETARY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA P.O. BOX 30095 00100 NAIROBI

ECONOMIST (7 October 2011) V/No.168/2011 Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 03/09/2011 Grade 4 Two (2) posts

Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,746 USD Terms of Service: Two (2) year contract International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration Annual Leave: 45 Calendar Days per year Work Station: Juba/ States of Southern Sudan

Key Responsibilities The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail: formulation of Economic and Statistical policies identification, protection and evaluation of Development Projects and programmes conducting feasibility studies; determination of project viability and priorities; collection, collation and analysis of data related to a specific area of interest; resource mobilization;

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preparation of memos and position papers; formulation and implementation of strategic plans; monitoring and evaluation of policies and programmes; and development of performance targets for officers in the Ministry and monitoring and evaluating their implementation,

Qualifications, Experience and Competencies For appointment to this grade, the officer must: have served in the grade of Senior Economist, Job Group N in the Public Service for a minimum period of three (3) years; be in possession of at least a Bachelors degree in Economics or Statistics from a recognized university; be computer literate MS Office Suite; have wide experience in formulation of economic and financial policies; be a team player, with ability to get well with diverse workforce; have good interpersonal and communication skills; have demonstrated professionalism and integrity in work performance; and have demonstrated organizational, managerial and administrative competencies

Terms and Conditions of Service The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.

Eligibility The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment arrangement.

Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below. They should make their applications online through one of the Commissions websites

www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised 2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from Commissions website.

Please Note Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. All the details requested in the advertisement should be filled on the form.

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Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.

Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.

All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:

THE SECRETARY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA P.O. BOX 30095 00100 NAIROBI

LEGAL OFFICER (7 October 2011) V/No.169/2011 Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 04/09/2011 Grade 4 Two (2) posts

Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,746 USD p.m Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration Annual Leave: 45 Calendar Days per year Work Station: Juba/ States of Southern Sudan

Key Responsibilities The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in the Ministry of Legal Affairs and Constitutional Development. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail: reviewing legal documents/ instruments, opinions and briefs; taking legal action, where necessary, to protect the interest of the Ministry in pursuance of its mandate; dealing with litigation matters; legal and legislative drafting;

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providing legal support services to the programmes in which the Ministry will be involved; preparation of drafts and negotiation of contracts, leases, formal agreements and other legal instruments between Ministry and other parties;

settlement and arbitration of disputes to protect organizational interests; and entrenching good corporate governance practices to enhance organizational effectiveness.

Qualifications, Experience and Competencies For appointment to this grade, an officer must: have a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from a recognized university; have served for a minimum period of three (3) years in the grade of Legal Officer/ State Council, Job Group M or equivalent in the Civil Service; be admitted as an Advocate of the High Court; have attained a Diploma in Law or its equivalent from a recognized institution; be proficient in computer applications; have demonstrated management, administrative and professional competence in work

performance; have good interpersonal and communication skills; and be courteous, a good team player with ability to get well with diverse workforce.

Terms and Conditions of Service The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.

Eligibility The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment arrangement.

Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below. They should make their applications online through one of the Commissions websites

www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised 2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from Commissions website.

Please Note Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. All the details requested in the advertisement should be filled on the form.

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Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.

Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.

All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:

THE SECRETARY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA P.O. BOX 30095 00100 NAIROBI

SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (7 October 2011) V/ No.170/2011 Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 05/09/2011 Two (2) posts

Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,746 USD p.m Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan

Key Responsibilities The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in Directorate of Human Resource Development, Ministry of Labour and Public Service. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail: coordinating in-service development training programmes; preparing training projections and budgets; developing and reviewing Human Resource Development policies; maintenance of Human Resource Development Statistics; preparation of training projections; development of Training Needs Assessment (TNA); and human resource planning.

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Qualifications, Experience and Competencies For appointment to this grade, an officer must: be in possession of a Bachelors Degree in Education, Social Sciences or related field from a recognized institution have served in the grade of Principal Human Resource Development Officer, Job Group N in the Civil Service for a minimum period of three (3) years; have ability to undertake Training Needs Assessment (TNA) demonstrate professional competency in conducting staff competency assessment; be proficient in computer application; have good interpersonal and communication skills; and be courteous, a good team player with ability to get well with diverse workforce.

Terms and Conditions of Service The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.

Eligibility The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment arrangement.

Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below. They should make their applications online through one of the Commissions websites

www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised 2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from Commissions website.

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

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.

Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to

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the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.

All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:

THE SECRETARY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA P.O. BOX 30095 00100 NAIROBI

FINANCE OFFICER (7 October 2011) V/No.171/2011 Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 06/09/2011 Grade 5 Two (2) posts

Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,470 USD p.m Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan

Key Responsibilities The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in the Directorate of Administration and Finance, Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail: the processing of the Ministrys estimates and budget; expenditure, revenue monitoring and reporting; seeking funds for additional expenditure and reallocation of voted funds during a financial year; and preparation quarterly expenditure forecasts as a basis for discussion with the GOSS Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning

Qualifications, Experience and Competencies For appointment to this grade, an officer must: have served in the grade of Senior Finance Officer, Job Group L in the Civil Service for a minimum period of three (3) years;

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be in possession of Bachelors degree in any of the following areas: Economics, Mathematics and Statistics; Commerce (Finance or Accounting option) Business Management or any other relevant qualification from a recognized university;

have attended Public Financial Management course be proficient in financial computer application; have good interpersonal and communication skills; demonstrate professionalism and integrity; and demonstrate organizational, managerial and administrative competencies

Terms and Conditions of Service The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.

Eligibility The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment arrangement.

Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below. They should make their applications online through one of the Commissions websites

www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised 2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from Commissions website.

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

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.

Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.

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All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:

THE SECRETARY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA P.O. BOX 30095 00100 NAIROBI

PUBLIC COMMUNICATION OFFICER (7 October 2011) V/No.172/2011 Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 07/09/2011 Grade 5 Two (2) posts

Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,470 USD p.m Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan

Key Responsibilities The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in the Directorate of Administration and Finance, Ministry of Information. Specifically, key responsibilities will: writing articles, features and speeches; planning and maintaining effective network for news dispatch and information gathering; planning and conducting research on general public opinion regarding the Ministry and developing appropriate strategies to address the issues; development of ministerial communications strategy; and editing stories on various topical issues for dissemination through an appropriate media

Qualifications, Experience and Competencies For appointment to this grade, an officer must: be in possession of a Bachelors Degree in any one of the following disciplines: Mass Communication Studies, Public Relations, Journalism, or any other approved equivalent qualification from a recognized university; have served for a minimum period of three (3) years in grade of Senior Public Communications Officer, Job Group L in Civil Service have excellent communication and public relations skills; have good communication, public relations and interpersonal skills; and

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be proficient in computer application skills.

Terms and Conditions of Service The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.

Eligibility The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment arrangement.

Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below. They should make their applications online through one of the Commissions websites

www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised 2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from Commissions website.

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

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.

Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.

All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:

THE SECRETARY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA P.O. BOX 30095 00100 NAIROBI

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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OFFICER (PAYROLL MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEM) (7 October 2011) V/No.173/2011 Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 08/09/2011 Grade 5 Two (2) posts

Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,470 USD p.m Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan

Key Responsibilities The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in the Directorate of Establishment and Budget, Ministry of Labour and Public Service. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail: assessment of staff establishment proposals; undertaking establishment control through maintenance of efficient and effective computer based database for all GOSS Civil Service employees; payroll audit for GOSS Ministries generating personal numbers reconciliation of establishment for all GOSS Ministries preparation of personnel requirements and payroll trend reports; and management of Human Resource Information Systems

Qualifications, Experience and Competencies For appointment to this, an officer must: be in possession of Bachelors Degree in Human Resource Management or Business/ Public Administration have served in the Civil Service for a minimum period of three (3) years in the grade of Chief Human Resource Management Officer, Job Group M; have demonstrated professional competence in handling Integrated Human Resource Information Systems and Payroll be a person of high integrity be proficient in computer application have good interpersonal and communication skills; and be courteous, a good team player with ability to get well with diverse workforce

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The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.

Eligibility The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment arrangement.

Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below. They should make their applications online through one of the Commissions websites

www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised 2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from Commissions website.

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

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.

Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.

All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:

THE SECRETARY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA P.O. BOX 30095 00100 NAIROBI

LABOUR OFFICER (7 October 2011)

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V/No.174/2011 Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 09/09/2011 Grade 5 Two (2) posts

Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,470 USD p.m Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan

Key Responsibilities The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in Directorate of Labour and Industrial Relations, Ministry of Labour and Public Service. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail: formulation of labour policies promotion of employer/ employee relations investigation and conciliation of trade disputes inspection of wages, terms and conditions of employment enforcement of labour laws, policies, industrial relations matters and International Labour Organizations Instruments on labour administration; and investigation of labour related offences and prosecution of offenders in courts of law

Qualifications, Experience and Competencies For appointment to this grade, an officer must: have a Bachelors Degree in any Social Sciences/ Business Administration or Bachelor of Laws from a recognized university have served in the grade of Chief Labour Officer, Job Group M in the Civil Service for a minimum period of three (3) years have post-graduate qualification in either Labour/ Industrial Relations, Human Resource Management or Law from a recognized institution; and be computer literate

Terms and Conditions of Service The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.

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The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment arrangement.

Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below. They should make their applications online through one of the Commissions websites

www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised 2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from Commissions website.

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

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.

Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.

All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:

THE SECRETARY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA P.O. BOX 30095 00100 NAIROBI

ACCOUNTANT (7 October 2011) V/No.175/2011 Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 10/09/2011 Grade 5 Two (2) posts

Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,470 USD p.m

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Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan

Key Responsibilities The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring Accounts Personnel in the Directorate of Administration and Finance, Ministry of Labour and Public Service. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail: interpretation of financial policies and regulations; accounting procedures and practices; preparation of budgets; financial analysis and collating financial estimates; preparation of financial accounts and statements; verification of vouchers and financial documents; and ensuring security of cheque books, payment vouchers and miscellaneous receipts, local purchase orders, local service orders etc

Qualifications, Experience and Competencies For appointment to this grade, an officer must: be in possession of a Bachelors Degree in Commerce (Accounting Option) or any other equivalent qualification from a recognized university; be in possession of a professional qualification such as Certified Public Accountant CPA (K), or Association of Chartered Certified Accountants or any other recognized professional qualification; have served in the grade of Senior Accountant, Job Group L in the Civil Service for at least three (3) years; be a person of high integrity; have shown outstanding professional competence in accounting; and be proficient in financial computer application;

Terms and Conditions of Service The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.

Eligibility The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment arrangement.

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Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below. They should make their applications online through one of the Commissions websites

www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised 2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from Commissions website.

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

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.

Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.

All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:

THE SECRETARY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA P.O. BOX 30095 00100 NAIROBI

CO-OPERATIVE OFFICER (7 October 2011) V/No.176/2011 Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 12/09/2011 Grade 5 Two (2) posts

Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,470 USD p.m Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan

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Key Responsibilities The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in the GOSS, Ministry of Co-operative and Rural Development on issues relating to co-operative legislation and management. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail: formulation, implementation and review of policies, strategies and statutes related to the cooperative movement and investment; matters relating to specialized activities such as marketing, credit, financing, governance, budgeting, accounts and management; auditing, inspection and inquiring of co-operative societies; overseeing co-operative legislation and compliance; arbitrate on issues affecting co-operative societies; and collecting and analyzing data on co-operative activities and trends for promoting the co-operative movement in potential areas

Qualifications, Experience and Competencies For appointment to this grade, an officer must: have served in the grade of Senior Co-operative Officer, Job Group L for a minimum period of three (3) years in the Civil Service; have a Bachelors Degree in any of the following disciplines: Agriculture, Economics/ Statistics, Agricultural Engineering, Agri-business, Agricultural Economics or any other relevant and equivalent qualification; be proficient in financial management and computer application; have good communication and interpersonal skills; and demonstrate professionalism and integrity

Terms and Conditions of Service The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.

Eligibility The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment arrangement.

Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below. They should make their applications online through one of the Commissions websites

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www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised 2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from Commissions website.

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

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.

Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.

All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:

THE SECRETARY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA P.O. BOX 30095 00100 NAIROBI

FILM PRODUCTION OFFICER (7 October 2011) V/No.177/2011 Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 13/09/2011 Grade 5 Two (2) posts

Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,070 USD p.m Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan

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The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail: organizing and executing all stages of simple, scripted news, documentaries, features, animation and commercial film projects; and planning, coordinating and management of activities of film production such as research, scrip writing, producing, directing, editing, filming, sound operations and film processing, including the content, artistic, technical and financial aspects in accordance with existing policies, regulations and procedures

Qualifications, Experience and Competencies For appointment to this, an officer must: have a Bachelors Degree in any of the following fields: Mass Communications/ Information Science, Sociology, International Relations, Geography, History, Arts and Design, Government, Economics, Anthropology, Literature (Linguistic/ Drama/ Theatre/ Arts/ Music etc) or equivalent qualifications from a recognized university; have served in the grade of Senior Film Officer I, Job Group L in the Civil Service for a minimum period of three (3) years; have a post Graduate Diploma in Mass Communications/ Journalism/ Film/ Radio/ TV Production; be proficient in computer applications/ electronics in a relevant field; and have good interpersonal skills and competencies

Terms and Conditions of Service The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.

Eligibility The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment arrangement.

Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below. They should make their applications online through one of the Commissions websites

www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised 2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from Commissions website.

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

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.

Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.

All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:

THE SECRETARY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA P.O. BOX 30095 00100 NAIROBI

QUALITY ASSURANCE OFFICER (7 October 2011) V/No.178/2011 Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 14/09/2011 Grade 5 Two (2) posts

Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,070 USD p.m Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan

Key Responsibilities The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring Quality Assurance and Standards Personnel in the Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail: maintenance of standards practices in Southern Sudan; preparation of standards relating to products, measurements, materials, processes, etc and their promotion at national, regional and international levels; certification of industrial products;

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assistance in the production of quality goods; quality inspection of imports at ports of entry; and improvement of measurement accuracies and dissemination of information relating to standards.

Qualifications, Experience and Competencies For appointment to this grade, an officer must: have served in the grade of Quality Assurance and Standards Officer I, Job Group L in the Public Service for at least three (3) years; have a Bachelor Degree in Applied Sciences, Engineering, or Food Technology from a recognized university; and be proficient in computer

Terms and Conditions of Service The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.

Eligibility The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment arrangement.

Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below. They should make their applications online through one of the Commissions websites

www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised 2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from Commissions website.

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

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.

Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to

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the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.

All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:

THE SECRETARY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA P.O. BOX 30095 00100 NAIROBI

UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME KENYA

PROGRAMME OFFICER (11 October 2011) Location: Nairobi, Kenya Organizational Unit/Agency: UNDP Kenya Application Deadline: 11th October 2011 Type of Contract: Service Contract Post Level: SB4 Languages Required: English; Starting Date: (Date when the selected candidate is expected to start): 1st November 2011 Duration of Initial Contract: One year Renewable

Background UNDP Kenya and the Embassy of Sweden are supporting the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) in implementing a three-year programme focusing on Community Ownership of Peace: Instilling Cohesion and Integration Values to Promote Peaceful Co-Existence and Reconciliation in Kenya.

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The NCIC is a statutory body established under the National Cohesion and Integration Act 2008, No. 12 of 2008, enacted after the 2007 post-election crisis and the subsequent political negotiations. The NCIC is one of the Agenda Four reform Commissions, borne out of the realization that long lasting peace, sustainable development and harmonious co-existence among Kenyans, requires deliberate normative, institutional and attitudinal processes of constructing nationhood, national cohesion and integration. The Commission therefore, is a key step towards overcoming challenges to building nationhood.

The NCIC object and purpose, as provided for in section 25 of the Act is to facilitate and promote equality of opportunity, good relations, harmony and peaceful co-existence between persons of different ethnic, colour, religious and racial backgrounds in Kenya, and to advise the Government on all aspects thereof.

Duties and Responsibilities The Programme Officer will work in collaboration with the NCIC Project Coordinator in the day-to-day implementation of the project activities, as per the Project Work Plan. Planning, monitoring, reporting, financial management and evaluating the progress of the project as per the Project Work Plan and ensuring compliance with UNDP and/or Implementing Partners rules and regulations. Ensure coordination of the project implementation process with relevant stakeholders to ensure coherence, including their involvement in monitoring and evaluating project activities, joint field visits to enhance appreciation of the projects work. Provide technical expertise into strategic planning of the project implementation process. In collaboration with the NCIC Project Coordinator, ensure preparation of project reviews and final evaluations, as well as audits, including action plans to implement audit recommendations. Engagement with key partners to influence policies and issues as relates to national cohesion, integration, reconciliation, peace building and conflict prevention, among other related issues. In collaboration with the NCIC Project Coordinator ensure project documentation and publicity. Ensure mainstreaming of relevant issues such as Gender, Human Rights Based Approach, etc in the implementation of the project. Undertake any other responsibilities as may be assigned in relation to this position, as well as perform other tasks as assigned by the Unit Team Leader or by Senior Management.

Competencies Fosters capacity building of the implementing partners in enhancing project sustainability. Promotes local ownership and participation, wherever possible. Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality, age sensitivity and adaptability. Maturity and confidence in dealing with senior/high ranking members of international, national and local institutions, as well as government and non-state actors. Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive constructive attitude, always in control even under pressure.

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Strong interpersonal relations, including ability to build and maintain relationships with colleagues, partners, beneficiaries, government, donor organizations and other stakeholders.

Ability to multi-task and prioritize work schedules. Fluency in spoken and written English with excellent writing skills and working knowledge of Swahili.

Good command of computer applications and web-based management systems.

Terms of Service The Service Contract is a modality of hiring of UNDP development project personnel, where UNDP at the request of an executing entity, or implementing partner under the harmonized operational modalities or where UNDP itself serves as executing entity/ implementing partner of a development project provides personnel contracting services to support execution or implementation of the project.

This is a non-staff contract under the Service Contract modality of hiring of the UNDP. Individuals engaged under a SC serve in their individual capacity and not as representatives of a government institution, corporative body or other authority external to UNDP. Therefore the incumbents shall not be considered as staff of UNDP, the UN system or the Government and therefore are not entitled to any diplomatic privileges, or to any other special status or conditions.

REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERTISE

Education: A Masters degree in Development Studies, Conflict Management, Peace Building, Political Science, International Relations, Social Sciences or related fields

Experience: Minimum 5 years of increasingly responsible working experience in the area of project management and coordination - experience with UN agencies an advantage. Experience in working with donor-supported projects /programmes. Experience with donor coordination and partnerships building. Familiarity with UNDP/UN and/or Government management/ financial procedures.

Language and IT Skills: English

UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.

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To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://www.ke.undp.org/erecruit/

KENYA NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL The Kenya National Examinations Council wishes to recruit self - motivated and qualified professionals for the vacant positions listed below:

EXAMINATIONS SECRETARY II (ART & DESIGN) (10 October 2011) Scale EC 10

The successful candidate will be reporting to a Head of Section, in the Test Development Department.

Duties and Responsibilities: Being in charge of planning, guiding and programming the Test Development activities in Art & Design Examination papers and other related disciplines.

Qualifications and Experience Required: Bachelor of Education Degree from a recognized university majoring in Fine Art and Design; Must have taught Art and Design for at least for six (6) years at Secondary/College level; Those who have worked for KNEC as a contracted professionals and have experience in n Graphic Designing/ Programs will have an added advantage; Evidence of being well grounded in theory and application of Psychometrics, Curriculum Design and Educational Assessment, Setting, Marking, and Moderation of Examinations; Evidence of proficiency and knowledge in Computer Applications.

Terms of Offer The Council will offer a competitive remuneration package commensurate with seniority and responsibilities of the position.

Application Procedure Interested and suitably qualified candidates should forward their applications enclosing certified copies of their academic and professional certificates, detailed curriculum vitae giving details of day time telephone

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contact, e-mail addresses, current remuneration (enclose copy of your latest pay slip), names and valid current contacts of two referees on or before 10th October, 2011 to:

The Deputy Secretary & Head of Human Resources Management Division The Kenya National Examinations Council P O Box 73598 - 00200 Nairobi.

Attention: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will result in automatic disqualification.

EXAMINATION SECRETARY II (HEARING IMPAIRED AND ENGLISH) (10 October 2011) Scale EC 10

The successful candidate will be reporting to a Head of Section, in the Test Development Department.

Duties and Responsibilities: Being in charge of planning, guiding and programming the Test Development activities of Hearing Impairment and English Examination papers and other related disciplines.

Qualifications and Experience Required: Bachelors Degree in Special Needs Education with at least six (6) years teaching experience in a recognized school for the hearing impaired Learners; Must be proficient in Kenyan Sign Language and have studied English at Degree level; Evidence of being well grounded in theory and application of Psychometrics, Curriculum Design and Educational Assessment, Setting, Marking, and Moderation of Examinations; Experience as a trained examiner or setter for Kenya National Examinations Council examinations will be an added advantage; Evidence of proficiency and knowledge in Computer Applications.

Terms of Offer The Council will offer a competitive remuneration package commensurate with seniority and responsibilities of the position.

Application Procedure Interested and suitably qualified candidates should forward their applications enclosing certified copies of their academic and professional certificates, detailed curriculum vitae giving details of day time telephone

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contact, e-mail addresses, current remuneration (enclose copy of your latest pay slip), names and valid current contacts of two referees on or before 10th October, 2011 to:

The Deputy Secretary & Head of Human Resources Management Division The Kenya National Examinations Council P O Box 73598 - 00200 Nairobi.

Attention: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will result in automatic disqualification.

EXAMINATION SECRETARY II (INFORMATION STUDIES) (10 October 2011) Scale EC 10 Re-advertisement

The successful candidate will be reporting to a Head of Section, in the Test Development Department.

Duties and Responsibilities: Being in charge of planning, guiding and programming the Test Development activities of Information Studies Examination papers and other related disciplines.

Qualifications and Experience Required: Bachelors Degree in Information Science or its equivalent with specialization in Library or Archives or Information Technology and teaching experience of at least six (6) years in a recognized Post School Institution; Evidence of being well grounded in theory and application of Psychometrics, Curriculum Design and Educational Assessment, Setting, Marking, and Moderation of Examinations; Experience as a trained examiner or setter for Kenya National Examinations Council examinations; Evidence of proficiency and knowledge in Computer Applications.

Terms of Offer The Council will offer a competitive remuneration package commensurate with seniority and responsibilities of the position.

Application Procedure Interested and suitably qualified candidates should forward their applications enclosing certified copies of their academic and professional certificates, detailed curriculum vitae giving details of day time telephone

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contact, e-mail addresses, current remuneration (enclose copy of your latest pay slip), names and valid current contacts of two referees on or before 10th October, 2011 to:

The Deputy Secretary & Head of Human Resources Management Division The Kenya National Examinations Council P O Box 73598 - 00200 Nairobi.

Attention: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will result in automatic disqualification.

EXAMINATION SECRETARY II (SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT) (10 October 2011) Scale EC 10 Re-advertisement

The successful candidate will be reporting to a Head of Section, in the Test Development Department.

Duties and Responsibilities: Being in charge of planning, guiding and programming the Test Development activities of Supply Chain Management Examination papers and other related disciplines.

Qualifications and Experience Required Bachelors Degree or its equivalent specializing in Economics and Business Studies and Post Graduate qualifications in Supply Chain Management or Bachelors Degree in Supply Chain Management and diploma in Education with teaching experience of at least six (6) years in a recognized Post School Institution; Evidence of being well grounded in theory and application of Psychometrics, Curriculum Design and Educational Assessment, Setting, Marking, and Moderation of Examinations; Experience as a trained examiner or setter for Kenya National Examinations Council examinations will be an added advantage; Evidence of proficiency and knowledge in Computer Applications.

Terms of Offer The Council will offer a competitive remuneration package commensurate with seniority and responsibilities of the position.

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Interested and suitably qualified candidates should forward their applications enclosing certified copies of their academic and professional certificates, detailed curriculum vitae giving details of day time telephone contact, e-mail addresses, current remuneration (enclose copy of your latest pay slip), names and valid current contacts of two referees on or before 10th October, 2011 to:

The Deputy Secretary & Head of Human Resources Management Division The Kenya National Examinations Council P O Box 73598 - 00200 Nairobi.

Attention: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will result in automatic disqualification.

EXAMINATION SECRETARY II (SURVEYING AND MAPPING) (10 October 2011) Scale EC 10 Re-advertisement

The successful candidate will be reporting to the Head of Section, Building, and Civil Engineering, Surveying and Mapping examinations in Test Development, Post School Examinations.

Duties and Responsibilities Being in charge of planning and programming the Test Development activities of Surveying and Mapping examination papers and other related disciplines.

Qualifications and Experience Required Bachelors degree in Surveying; OR Higher Diploma in Surveying and Mapping or equivalent qualification plus a Post Graduate Diploma in Education; Must have teaching experience of at least six (6) years in a recognized Post School Institution; Evidence of being well grounded in theory and application of Psychometrics, Curriculum Design and Educational Assessment, Setting, Marking, and Moderation of Examinations; Experience as a trained examiner or setter for Kenya National Examinations Council examinations will be an added advantage; Evidence of proficiency and knowledge in Computer Applications.

Terms of Offer The Council will offer a competitive remuneration package commensurate with seniority and responsibilities of the position.

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Application Procedure Interested and suitably qualified candidates should forward their applications enclosing certified copies of their academic and professional certificates, detailed curriculum vitae giving details of day time telephone contact, e-mail addresses, current remuneration (enclose copy of your latest pay slip), names and valid current contacts of two referees on or before 10th October, 2011 to:

The Deputy Secretary & Head of Human Resources Management Division The Kenya National Examinations Council P O Box 73598 - 00200 Nairobi.

Attention: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will result in automatic disqualification.

AGRICULTURAL SECTOR COORDINATION UNIT (ASCU)

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION OFFICER (19 October 2011) The Agricultural Sector Coordination Unit (ASCU) is an inter-ministerial Secretariat to the Agricultural and Rural Development Sector Ministries. It spearheads and facilitates the implementation and coordination of the Agricultural Sector strategies. ASCU seeks to recruit a dynamic, well exposed and competent candidate to fill the above position.

Key Responsibilities The Information and Communication Officer will carry out the following tasks, in close collaboration with the all players in the Agricultural Sector.

Communications Strategy and Activities Spearhead the implementation of the Agricultural Sector Communications Strategy and Implementation Plan; Develop and implement the agricultural sector communications tools, systems and products, including website(s), IT platforms, blogs, printed materials, video, photos etc. in liaison with other ASCU staff;

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Coordinate the production of brochures, hand-outs, promotional videos, photographs, films and multimedia material in liaison with other ASCU staff.

Media strategy and Networking Develop and lead the implementation of a media strategy for the Agricultural Sector; Coordinate all Agricultural Sector media aspects of all major events; Compile an address book and maintain press relations for the development of an extensive and effective network of media contacts; Oversee the production of press briefs, press releases, articles, background briefs for the preparation of press conferences, press events and briefings, interviews, etc., in close liaison with the other staff; Closely monitor and assess the Agricultural Sectors image in the media and provide monthly reports;

Public Relations Support the image of the Agricultural Sector through Public Relations efforts and campaigns; Coordinate the Agricultural Sectors engagement with stakeholders at major relevant local and international events.

Administration and Management Support Carry out administrative duties required to function within the ASCU Secretariat; Develop and use annual and quarterly work plans to guide work and deliver results; Ensure translations of Agricultural Sector documentation.

Qualifications Relevant Masters Degree or higher qualification (in information and communication, social or political sciences or humanities); At least 7 years experience and strong understanding and working with media at all levels; Experience in developing synthetic background papers in a short period of time; Excellent presentation and communications skills and the ability to write clear and concise issue briefs and reports in English; Knowledge of other languages is an added advantage. Experience in working as part of a team to deliver key outputs on time and within budget. Demonstrated understanding of major policy issues surrounding the Agricultural sector;

Applications Interested candidates should send their applications, including detailed CV, academic certificates and daytime telephone number, by hand, courier or post so as to reach the undersigned by close of business on Wednesday, 19th October, 2011.

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Applications can also be sent by Email to: info@ascu.go.ke

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

The ASCU Coordinator, Upper Floor, Kilimo House, Cathedral Road, off Ngong Road, P.O. Box 30028-00100 Nairobi

WWF WWF - The global conservation organization, Kenya Country Office (KCO), is seeking to recruit:

GRANTS COORDINATOR (12 October 2011) To be based in Nairobi, Kenya.

Under the supervision of the Country Director, the Grants Coordinator will manage all grants at Kenya Country Office and the Regional Office.

He/she is also required to support the Country Director to improve donor relations, identify funding opportunities and compile the donor database, reformat and submit project proposals, and ensure timely financial and technical reporting to donors and WWF Network.

He/she will also liaise with the regional Office to ensure effective coordination of funding submissions and donor communication with other WWF project Offices.

Major duties will include but not limited to:

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timely reporting and communication on donor contracts and internal monthly reporting of all WWF KCO programmes and projects

building an institutional real-time knowledge of donors and various funding opportunities relevant to the needs of the country office

developing funding strategies for the various thematic and strategic areas requiring funding within the country office

advise and when necessary support project managers on donor guidelines, policies and procedures and contractual obligations, particularly on reporting, procurement, matching funds, spending rate and visibility requirements to ensure compliance

prepare local grant guidelines for the activities with partners and follow request for proposal program announcement requirements

provide needed training to local partners, to ensure that their activities are in accordance with regulations and requirements.

Review all subcontracts and agreement; assist Country Director and Conservation Manager in building donor relations and in attending meetings with donors as appropriate and required, and

maintaining timely communication with donors in conjunction with Project Managers and appropriate Country Managers

The incumbent must possess: at least a Masters degree in project management or equivalent minimum of 5 years professional experience in project management ideally with experience working with government and donors previous work experience with international organizations involved in environmental and/or community issues proven ability in preparation and submission of proposals, and in implementation of conservation programmes excellent written and oral communications skills, fluency in English and Kiswahili languages good computer knowledge strong planning and organizational skills proven interpersonal skills, including the ability to develop and maintain strong relationships at all levels within WWF and with donors and, as required, with other external stakeholders ability to work within a multicultural environment ;dynamic, responsive disposition open, adaptable, team spirit ability to work under pressure adherence to WWFs values, which are: Optimistic, Engaging, Determined and Knowledgeable;

Interested candidates who meet the above requirements should email a cover letter and CV to the Human Resource Manager, WWF-KCO - HResource@wwfesarpo.org not later than 12 October 2011.

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CIMMYT

PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR SEP CIMMYT (10 October 2011) About our Organization CIMMYT is committed to improving livelihoods in developing countries.

Through strong science and effective partnerships, we create, share, and use knowledge and agricultural technology to increase food security, improves the productivity and profitability of farming systems, and sustain natural resources in developing countries.

CIMMYT is an international non-profit research and training center with direct links to about 100 developing countries through offices in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.

We participate in an extensive global network of people and organizations who share similar development goals, including the public and private sector, non-governmental and civil society organizations, relief and health agencies, farmers, and the development assistance community.

The Position The incumbent will work under the supervision of the Director of Socioeconomics Program (SEP) of CIMMYT and will be responsible for:

Program Administration Ensure appropriate preparation and upload of project work plans and documents into the CIMMYTs project management system in interaction with Project Leaders Monitor milestones and status of deliverables in work plans Prepare Memorandums of Understanding and Letters of Agreement between the SEP and host countries, and partners Manage contracts with partner institutions and consultants Maintain and update the Programs databases and contact lists Maintain electronic and hard-copy filing and archiving systems for SEP projects. Analyze processes within SEP and continue to improve overall work efficiency and systems Support to preparation of Annual Donor reports

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Finance Participate in preparation of the SEP operational and capital budgets in consultation with the Director Ensure appropriate upload of project budgets into the CIMMYTs accounting system in interaction with Project Leaders. Monitor appropriate and timely use and reporting of budgets by program staff Managing liquidation and flow of funds to partner institutions Revise financial reports for submission to donors in interaction with Project Leaders and Accounting.

Communication Manage and ensure accuracy, usefulness and attractiveness of information on the program intranet and webpage in collaboration with Corporate Communication staff HR Coordinate the Annual Performance Evaluations for SEP internationally recruited staff and ensure submission of completed forms to Human Resources Coordinate recruitment of SEP internationally recruited staff in liaison with HQ Participate in the compilation and editing of project proposals and reports

Logistics Coordinate the SEP Directors travel itineraries, tickets, visas and accommodation Liaise with organizers for related SEP meetings, conferences and other events Any other duties as assigned

Requirements At least Bachelors degree from a recognized institution in Business Administration, Economics, Management, Finance or related filed. Post Graduate qualification in project management will be an added advantage At least 5 years practical hands on work experience in Program\Project administration and budgeting, preferably in International Organization Familiarity with monitoring and reporting on grant funded projects Excellent computing skills; Excel, Ms Word, PowerPoint, Web Management Excellent numeracy, oral and written communication skills in English (knowledge of Spanish would be an added advantage Work experience with a project management system

Personal attributes Ability to relate positively and to engage with a wide range of people

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Strong self-motivation and flexible team player Ability to multi task and prioritize between tasks Discretion in the handling of confidential information Ability to organize meetings & workshops and produce concise and accurate minutes and reports

Terms of offer The World Agroforestry Centre is an equal opportunity employer and offers a collegial and gendersensitive working environment.

We believe that staff diversity promotes excellence and strongly encourage applications from qualified women.

This position is on local terms and will be for an initial period of three (3) years, renewable subject to six (6) months probation period, assessment of performance, continued relevance of the position and availability of resources.

How to apply Applications for the position must include: A cover letter illustrating your suitability for the position against the listed requirements and salary expectations A detailed curriculum vitae The names and addresses of three referees, including telephone, fax numbers and email addresses.

All correspondence should be addressed to the

Human Resources Unit, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), P.O Box 30677, Nairobi, Kenya

OR via email: icrafhru@cgiar.org

and should indicate Program Administrator SEP CIMMYT on their application letters and email submissions.

Applications will be considered until 10th October 2011

Please note that only short-listed applicants meeting the above requirements will be contacted.

Only shortlisted applicants meeting the above requirements will be contacted.

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We invite you to learn more about ICRAF and CIMMYT by accessing our web sites www.cimmyt.org and www.worldagroforestry.org

STATE CORPORATION A state corporation in the agricultural sector wishes to recruit a highly driven officer for the following position:

PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER (12 October 2011) Reporting to the Corporate Relations Executive, the successful candidate will be required to coordinate publicity programmes and media relations.

The successful applicant must be a holder of a Bachelors Degree in Communication or equivalent and a Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism or Public Relations.

He /she should have a minimum experience of five (5) years.

He/she should have skills in customer care; have the ability to develop accurate, objective assessments of issues even in complex or difficult situations.

He/she should have excellent communication skills both oral and written and good interpersonal skills and must understand both public relations duties and media relations.

He/she should have excellent organizational skills, must be computer literate and have ability to work under pressure with minimum supervision.

Experience in Public Relations function is critical.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities The job entails the following: Preparing and implementing publicity plan; Liaising with the media to publicize the Boards activities and maintaining positive media relations ; Liaising with the stakeholders on the corporate communication initiatives in the promotion of a positive organizational image; Preparing and disseminating corporate publicity information materials.

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If you meet the above requirements, please send your application with detailed Curriculum Vitae, current remuneration, day and evening telephone numbers, names of three referees and copies of testimonials and certificates to:-

DN/A 1106 P.O Box 49010-00100 Nairobi

So as to reach not later than Wednesday, 12th October 2011

INTERNATIONAL LIVESTOCK RESEARCH INSTITUTE

CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT OFFICER (12 October 2011) Vacancy Number: CDO/PC/09/11 Location: Nairobi, Kenya Duration: 2-year term with possibility of renewal

The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI): The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) works at the crossroads of livestock and poverty, bringing high-quality livestock science, communications and capacity building to bear on poverty reduction and sustainable development. ILRI is one of 15 centres supported by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR). ILRI has campuses in Kenya (headquarters) and Ethiopia, with other offices located in other regions of Africa (Mali, Mozambique, and Nigeria) as well as in South Asia (India, Sri Lanka), Southeast Asia (Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam) and East Asia (China).

ILRI seeks to recruit a dynamic and competent Capacity Development Officer. The person reports to the Head of Capacity Strengthening. The overall purpose of the job is to coordinate Capacity Strengthening

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units training/graduate fellowship activities, to participate in various CD activities with other ILRI themes, assistance in CaSt projects, assist in resource mobilization and assist with CaSt publications and outputs.

Responsibilities Involvement in implementation of CGIAR Research Programs (CRPs) and incorporating capacity development as an important impact pathway. This will include coordinating application, selection and contract development processes of various trainee categories coming to the CRPs in accordance with ILRIs capacity development strategy. The Trainees include the following: o o o o Attachment Associates Student Associates Research Fellows Graduate Fellows (Individual Training)

Develop and manage group trainings for students and initiated by CaSt or other providers (ILRI/CRP Units and external). The officer may also be called upon to develop or support external training components such as outreach, face to face trainings for CRP Clients/Partners.

Manage the graduate and undergraduate fellowship programs with ILRI and co-ordinate with HR, Finance and research Themes/Operating Projects accordingly. This will entail coordinating the development and updating of the trainees databases, containing technical as well as administrative information and any required integration with ILRI Finance and Human Resources database systems. Developing required status reports.

Work with ILRIs Cast team in Addis Ababa as and when needed. Perform other duties related to CaSt activities that may be assigned by the Capacity Strengthening Unit Manager.

Resource mobilization in consultation with the Head of Cast.

Requirements Minimum first degree; Masters degree in Business Administration, agriculture or Education; Minimum 5 years of experience in Agriculture, life sciences, ecology or related fields; Networking skills and proven ability to work with a large number of partners/stakeholders; Good administrative, communication and public relation skills, basic IT skills and ability to learn, improvise and implement various capacity development programs.

Terms of appointment: This is Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) position based at Nairobi headquarters and is on initial 2 year contract renewable subject to satisfactory performance and availability of funding. Salary and benefits will be in line with those provided by ILRI.

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Job level and salary: This position is job level 3A and starting salary is KES 149,833 per month. This is exclusive of other benefits provided within ILRIs Nationally Recruited Staff Scheme.

Applicants should send a cover letter expressing their interest (detailed CV, names and contact details (Telephone, E-mail) of three professional referees to e-mail: recruit-ilri-Ken@cgiar.org by 12 October, 2011.

The position title and reference number CAPACITY DEVELOPMENTOFFICER CDO/PC/09/11 should be clearly indicated on the subject line of the email application. We regret but only online applications will be considered and only short listed candidates will be contacted. To find out more about ILRI, visit our website at www.ilri.org ILRI is an equal opportunities employer.

CAS CONSULTANTS LIMITED CAS Consultants Ltd, a busy firm of consulting Engineers based in Nairobi needs to fill the following posts:

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER FOR DESIGN OF BUILDINGS & BRIDGES University Degree B.Sc.( Civil Engineering) or equivalent, Registered Graduate Engineer with Engineers Registration Board of Kenya, a minimum of 5 Years practical post-qualification experience.

Send application and CV not exceeding five pages indicating education, key qualifications, experience, employment record as well as names and contacts of three referees to:

casconsult@africaonline.co.ke

or P.O. Box 20023-00200, Nairobi

or Drop at our offices in Nelleon Place, Rhapta Road, Westlands, Nairobi

Tel. 4445240 or 0722829552

SURVEYOR FOR CIVIL WORKS CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION

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University Degree B.Sc.(Survey & Photogrammetry) or equivalent, registered with the Institute of Surveyors of Kenya or Equivalent, a minimum of 8 Years practical post-qualification experience in civil works projects, at least 5 years of recent experience in carrying out topographic survey and mapping of major civil works using latest electronic survey equipment including GPS, total stations and associated computer applications.

Send application and CV not exceeding five pages indicating education, key qualifications, experience, employment record as well as names and contacts of three referees to:

casconsult@africaonline.co.ke

or P.O. Box 20023-00200, Nairobi

or Drop at our offices in Nelleon Place, Rhapta Road, Westlands, Nairobi

Tel. 4445240 or 0722829552

INSPECTOR OF WORKS FOR SUPERVISION OF MAJOR CIVIL WORKS Diploma in Civil Engineering with a minimum of 7 years experience on supervision of major civil works projects

Send application and CV not exceeding five pages indicating education, key qualifications, experience, employment record as well as names and contacts of three referees to:

casconsult@africaonline.co.ke

or P.O. Box 20023-00200, Nairobi

or Drop at our offices in Nelleon Place, Rhapta Road, Westlands, Nairobi

Tel. 4445240 or 0722829552

SPECTRE INTERNATIONAL LIMITED Spectre International Limited the leading manufacturer in the production of Industrial & Potable alcohol and allied products is looking for young and savvy professionals to be part of our team.

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RISK AND SECURITY MANAGER (7 October 2011) The successful candidate will be in charge of managing all elements of security and ensuring that there are efficient systems to safeguard Company assets and resources, including physical security, safety of personnel, security of material, information, visitors as well as the coordination of security functions to minimize potential security breaches.

Required Qualifications A degree in business, criminology or related field. Should have training in Security management. A minimum of 5 years experience as a senior manager in security management Knowledge of Kenyan laws, government regulations and guidelines pertaining to emergency and security. Possess thorough knowledge of advanced access control and camera systems. Able to advise management in improving and carrying out policies, processes and practices in accordance with security and state regulations. Able to analyze statistical data and reports to identify and determine how to make premises and grounds more safe and secure. Is preferably a former member of the police force or armed forces.

All suitably qualified candidates should send their detailed CV, a cover letter, current and expected salary plus two professional references to: hr@spectreint.co.ke

Closing date for applications will be 7th October, 2011

REPUTABLE AND WELL ESTABLISHED TOURS/ TRAVEL AGENCY

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER (7 October 2011) A reputable and well established Tours/ Travel Agency is looking for a self motivated and result oriented Business Development Manager reporting to the Managing Director.

This position is accountable for brand exposure; developing and implementing marketing strategies; identifying new business opportunities and coming up with an action plan for attaining the same.

The prospective ideal candidates should have the following minimum qualifications: A bachelor degree in Marketing or Diploma in sales & Marketing from a reputable institution Five years experience in the Travel or Hospitality industry.

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Ability to develop and implement sales and marketing strategies. Proven ability to set and meet sales targets Should be excellent in oral and written communication as well as ICT.

Send your application to BDMapplications2011@gmail.com not later than 07th October 2011.

AFRICA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY

SENIOR ASSISTANT REGISTRAR - CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT (12 October 2011) Responsible to the Registrar (Academic) shall be involved in development and reviewing of University programs curriculums in liaison with various academic departments of the University amongst other duties.

Roles and Responsibilities In liaison with the relevant academic departments he/she will be involved in: Setting standards and regulations in the processes and procedures of curriculum development Participate in the development and evaluation of new curriculum and in the review of the existing curriculum Coordinating the assessment of current curriculum to ensure that it is consistent with specific academic disciplines Monitoring the quality of the curriculums in terms of deliverables of specific discipline Overseeing the curriculum achieves expected outcome and accreditation requirements Training faculty in the process of curriculum development Develop and maintain research database that may be utilized to develop and review curriculum Act as the Universitys liaison for curriculum development and review by coordinating activities Coordinating the assessment of current curriculum to ensure that it is consistent with specific academic discipline

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Masters degree in Curriculum Development (PhD degree will be added advantage) from a recognized University

At least five (5) years experience in the field of curriculum development Knowledgeable on the current techniques and procedures used in the design and development of curriculum.

Must have teaching experience at University level shall be an added advantage. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing

Applications should reach the office not later than Wednesday, 12th October, 2011. Applications could also be dropped at our Town Campus located at the Stanbank Building, Moi Avenue. Note: Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

ESTATES SUPERVISOR/ MAINTENANCE OFFICER (12 October 2011) The Estates supervisor will be responsible for the day-to-day maintenance of plant and equipment, general management, Health & Safety, energy consumption, environmental management and grounds maintenance.

Responsibilities Ensure the overall performance of the contracts and required deliverables including: contract compliance, performance management against key Performance indicators, cost saving initiatives, and customer satisfaction. Produce regular reports according to schedule agreed with the University management. Control, schedule and implement regular preventative maintenance programs in line with budget constraints. Attend/Conduct site meetings with relevant contractors in respect of maintenance, expansions and projects Responsible for compliance of Health and Safety Act Day to day running and control of, but not limited to:- Services (Plumbing, Electrical, Mechanical), pre-authorization of requisition and invoices for payment, conducts periodic inspections of facilities, assesses problems and needs and implement the appropriate corrective action.

Qualifications Applicant must have a Bachelors degree in Civil Engineering or National Higher Diploma KNEC in Building & Civil Engineering At least five years of work experience in a busy organization involving supervision and execution of maintenance works. Knowledge of building structural, mechanical and electrical services and grounds management

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Team management experience across a diverse, dispersed portfolio General Project management experience Must be registered with the relevant professional bodies High levels of integrity

Applications should reach the office not later than Wednesday, 12th October, 2011. Applications could also be dropped at our Town Campus located at the Stanbank Building, Moi Avenue. Note: Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

GOAL IRELAND KENYA

ASSISTANT COUNTRY DIRECTOR (14 October 2011)

Job Summary The role of the ACD-P is to ensure the effective implementation of the programme approach and the successful overall management of GOALs urban and emergency programming.

This will involve supporting the integration of the different elements of the current GOAL Kenya programme to meet the agreed programmatic criteria, including:

Strategic programme development

Donor liaison and proposal development Identify and cultivate new donor opportunities in urban programs and drive proposal development. Liaise with donors to keep abreast of relevant funding opportunities

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Provide technical support with health, HIV, child protection & partnerships to technical focal points and ensure that partners are getting the technical support that they require from GOAL Kenya.

Liaise with the GOAL technical team, including the HIV, Nutrition, Child Protection and Survey Advisors.

Identify any technical gaps on the GOAL Kenya team and facilitate recruitment, or training and capacity building of existing staff, to meet the programmes technical requirements.

Operations Work with the country team to ensure efficient and transparent implementation of urban programming. Facilitate dialogue between Programme Managers, finance, and logistics to assist with on time and on budget delivery of programmes.

M&E Support In conjunction with the CD, deliver a comprehensive M&E strategy for GOAL Kenya and ensure compliance with GOAL Dublin frameworks and donor guidelines Along with the PDC and M&E officer, facilitate internal and external evaluations of the urban programme Work with the Grants Manager and PDC to ensure timely reporting

Mainstreaming Oversee the internal and external mainstreaming of priority issues like gender, HIV, child protection & environment and ensure that the respective documented plans and toolkits are in place. Along with the PDC and M&E officer, facilitate internal and external evaluations of the urban programme

Requirements Degree-level qualification in public health, nutrition, community development, child protection or a related field. Masters degree preferred. 3+ years international experience with an international NGO or UN organization. 5+ years experience managing child welfare-related projects within an International NGO in a developing country.

For a complete job description, detailed post requirements & application process, please send an email to acdprogrammes@ke.goal.ie

The closing date for all applications is Friday, 14th October 2011.

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Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted and responded to after interviews.

No phone calls, please

Learn more about GOAL on www.goal.ie

Goal is an equal opportunity employer, qualified male and female applicants are encouraged to apply.

MICRO ENTERPRISES SUPPORT PROGRAMME TRUST Founders: The Government of Kenya and the European Union Lead Partner: The Royal Danish Embassy, Nairobi

The Micro Enterprises Support Programme Trust (MESPT), is a Kenyan Organization whose Founders are the Government of Kenya and The European Union partnering with Royal Danish Embassy in Nairobi (DANIDA).

MESPT provides wholesale loans to Microfinance Institutions, Saccos and FSAs (village banks).

MESPT also provides capacity building support to the loan and non-loan clients.

In addition, MESPT has a fully fledged Business Development Services (BDS), Department involved in the implementation of donor funded and other programmes.

MESPT has also taken over the operations of the Danida funded Agriculture Business Development (ABD), Programme that operates in the Coast province and lower parts of Eastern province. In order to effectively implement programmes and share the knowledge with other donor funded Programmes in Kenya, MESPT wishes to recruit the following two professionals.

REGIONAL MANAGER - COAST AND EASTERN REGION (14 October 2011) Mombasa based Re-Advertised

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Reporting to the CEO, the Regional Manager is expected to carry out the following duties and responsibilities: Oversee and facilitate the implementation of activities under Output 3 and 4 of the Competitiveness of MSMEs component of the BSPS 2 Programme Facilitate the integration of previous ABD project activities into the MESPT organizational and conceptual set-up Organize the transfer of ABD assets, facilities and projects into MESPT structure Supervise the work of the County offices in Machakos, Kwale, Malindi and Taita Taveta, and the field offices in Matuu and Kwale Develop relevant capacities of the staff in the Regional Office, the County Offices and field offices Collect relevant monitoring data for outputs 3 and 4 and submit these to MESPT Head Office Compile and submit financial and progress reports to MESPT Head Office in accordance with standard formats, schedules and procedures Liaise on a regular basis with the Business Services and Credit Managers and relevant staff to ensure a synergetic implementation of all activities under the Competitiveness of MSMEs Component. Oversee the implementation of other MESPT activities to be implemented through the Regional Office Develop a sustainability strategy for the new Regional Office Undertake all other activities assigned by the CEO

Minimum Qualifications and Experience A Masters degree in agricultural development, NRM, Agriculture Economics, business

administration, or similar relevant field of study At least 6 years experience Previous work experience in donor-supported agricultural, business sector or other enterprise development programmes Good knowledge of (and preferable working experience in the field of), value chain and BDS development Exceptionally high inter-personal and communication skills, team leading experience Comprehensive computer literacy Behavioral Competencies Ability to plan, work and finalize assignments with minimum supervision and within the required deadlines. Demonstrated excellent analytical skills Demonstrated high levels of initiative, autonomy, adaptability, maturity and sound judgment Demonstrated strong team management skills Excellent communication and presentation skills with the ability to interact effectively with all levels of management and staff

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Those who applied for this posts earlier need not re-apply.

The detailed job descriptions for both posts are available on the MESPT websites indicated below.

Qualified Candidates interested in any of the two vacancies should send their applications by Post, hand delivery or Courier to be received by close of business on Friday, 14th October 2011. Email applications will not be accepted.

The applications should include: Detailed CV, email address, daytime telephone contacts, current and expected remuneration package, names and email contacts of three referees and the academic certificates and other testimonials to the following address:

The Chief Executive Officer Micro Enterprises Support Programme Trust (MESPT) 2nd Floor, Vision Tower, Muthithi Road, Westlands P. O. Box 187, Sarit Centre 00606, Nairobi, Kenya Tel.3746354, 3746764, 3749942 Fax 3746764 Cell phones: 0722 207905 and 0735 333154

Websites: www.microfinancetrust.org and www.mespt.org Applications that do not provide the requested information will be rejected. Any form of canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification. Those who do not hear from us by 31/10/11 should consider their applications unsuccessful

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT OFFICER (14 October 2011) Nairobi based Re-Advertised

MESPT also wishes to recruit a Knowledge Management Officer who will work under the supervision of the Business Services (BDS), Manager, and carry out the following duties and responsibilities: Act as the Secretary to and facilitator of the BDS Donor Coordination group in Kenya Maintain and develop the BDS resource website Facilitate the annual BDS donor conferences and other information-sharing events Maintain close contact with all BDS/M4P programmes in Kenya, and work towards joint implementation and programming Serve as a focal point for donors seeking to engage in market development support in Kenya

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Identify research needs, and facilitate necessary research and impact assessments, preferably joint assessments between different programmes

Develop and implement dissemination strategies for research results and lessons learnt Develop, in conjunction with members of the BDS Donor Coordination Group, concepts for systematic and sustainable market development training programmes in Kenya

Plan and facilitate training and information sharing events for MESPT staff and board members Assist the BS Manager in the reporting and monitoring functions Conduct any other activities to foster information-sharing, cooperation among programmes and capacity development

Required Skills and Experience: Degree in business administration, development economics, communication or similar field of study At least 5 years working experience Previous work experience with donor-supported development Programmes, preferably in business sector Good knowledge of (and preferable working experience in the field of), value chains and BDS development Good overview of stakeholder and donor environment in Kenya High communication and writing skills Exceptionally high inter-personal communication skills Comprehensive computer literacy, in particular expertise in webpage and database maintenance

Those who applied for this posts earlier need not re-apply.

The detailed job descriptions for both posts are available on the MESPT websites indicated below.

Qualified Candidates interested in any of the two vacancies should send their applications by Post, hand delivery or Courier to be received by close of business on Friday, 14th October 2011. Email applications will not be accepted.

The applications should include: Detailed CV, email address, daytime telephone contacts, current and expected remuneration package, names and email contacts of three referees and the academic certificates and other testimonials to the following address:

The Chief Executive Officer Micro Enterprises Support Programme Trust (MESPT) 2nd Floor, Vision Tower, Muthithi Road, Westlands P. O. Box 187, Sarit Centre 00606, Nairobi, Kenya

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Tel.3746354, 3746764, 3749942 Fax 3746764 Cell phones: 0722 207905 and 0735 333154

Websites: www.microfinancetrust.org and www.mespt.org Applications that do not provide the requested information will be rejected. Any form of canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification. Those who do not hear from us by 31/10/11 should consider their applications unsuccessful

STRATHMORE BUSINESS SCHOOL Transformative Career Opportunities As Strathmore Business School (SBS) continues to expand towards the rising demand for management education in the East African region and beyond, an Ultra-Modern green campus has been established to enhance the teaching and learning experience for maximum knowledge sharing. This development will also lead to the increment of programs in meeting business management needs. To support this expansion, SBS now seeks experienced management-oriented individuals with demonstrated academic interest to provide leadership in program design, delivery and support services in an environment that embraces entrepreneurship and innovation to enhance the transformation of Africa through virtue-based leadership.

ASSOCIATE DEAN - ACADEMICS, FACULTY & RESEARCH AND EXECUTIVE TALENT DEVELOPMENT (14 October 2011) (2 positions) Candidate should be a PhD holder (or equivalent) with at least 6 years working experience at a senior management level with a reputable institution and demonstrated lecturing/training experience with business executives. They should have capabilities of conducting Doctoral level courses and supervising Masters and Doctoral level students in management education.

Key responsibilities include: Developing and implementing strategies to achieve educational goals and objectives of SBS. Proposing, promoting and conducting academic and Executive Education programs. Spearheading faculty development and research activities in response to evolving business and client needs. Maintaining quality standards in program content, program delivery and support services. Scouting and attracting potential faculty and support staff members who identify with the SBS mission.

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Be a role model to faculty and support staff members of SBS.

Interested candidates who meet the above requirements should email their application and updated Curriculum Vitae indicating area(s) of interest to careers@sbs.ac.ke not later than Friday, 14th October 2011. *Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR - EXECUTIVE EDUCATION (14 October 2011) Candidate should have a minimum of a Masters degree with a bias in business studies and at least 5 years working experience at a senior management level in a demanding business environment. The candidate should also possess the ability to successfully manage projects/programs within budget in a team environment, have experience in new business development, marketing and/or sales, preferably in service sector and have an interest in academia beyond academic achievement e.g. published business articles or papers.

Key responsibilities include: Budgetary responsibility for Executive Education programs. Oversee the executive programs development and delivery processes. Oversee qualified participants enrollment to Executive Education programs.

Interested candidates who meet the above requirements should email their application and updated Curriculum Vitae indicating area(s) of interest to careers@sbs.ac.ke not later than Friday, 14th October 2011. *Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

ADMINISTRATION OPPORTUNITIES

FACULTY OPPORTUNITIES

SENIOR LECTURERS (14 October 2011) SBS is interested in recruiting full-time lecturers who are PhD holders with at least 4 years lecturing experience to business executives with capabilities of conducting PhD level courses and supervising Masters and PhD level students, in the following areas: Strategic Management Finance and Accounting Public Administration

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Marketing Human Resources Operations Management Leadership Organizational Behaviour Healthcare Management

Interested candidates who meet the above requirements should email their application and updated Curriculum Vitae indicating area(s) of interest to careers@sbs.ac.ke not later than Friday, 14th October 2011. *Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

ADJUNCT FACULTY/ EXECUTIVE FELLOWS (14 October 2011) Candidates should have a minimum of a Masters degree. They should be current or past CEO level executives in well established private or public sector institutions. Candidates should have demonstrated academic interest e.g. published article(s) and have established good managerial reputation in their career. Candidates with training consultancy firms need not apply. The mode of engagement will depend on the particular candidates availability and interest.

Interested candidates who meet the above requirements should email their application and updated Curriculum Vitae indicating area(s) of interest to careers@sbs.ac.ke not later than Friday, 14th October 2011. *Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

FINLAYS

The organization Finlays is a vertically integrated and geographically diversified agri-business that takes a leadership role in sustainability.

The group has established itself as a reliable, responsible, innovative and sustainable producer with a deep knowledge and passion for its products.

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Sustainability is pivotal to the groups success and it lies at the heart of what Finlays does and stands for.

Finlays is Kenyas largest agricultural export group employing over 22,000 people and annually exporting over 300 million stems of flowers, 7 million kilos of vegetables, 26 million kilos of black tea and 3 million kilos of tea extract.

The organization is geographically located in Nairobi, Naivasha, Kericho, Mt. Kenya and Mombasa and works with 1,200 vegetable out growers and 10,000 tea out growers.

The vacancies below have arisen in our Naivasha region for dynamic and focused self starters with unquestionable integrity and a passion for excellence in security operations.

ASSISTANT REGIONAL SECURITY OFFICER (14 October 2011) The Job Reporting to the Regional Security Officer, the Assistant Regional Security Officer will: Conduct risk assessments and security audits within the region; Coordinate daily security operations, deploy security staff and ensure high morale; Supervise and conduct appraisals for the team; Conduct investigations in cases such as theft, fraud, accidents and any damage of property; Ensure proactive security measures are in place and updated; Carry out intelligence gathering for prevention and detection of criminal activities; Maintain a high standard of security staff discipline in the region; Develop the capacity of the security team to be able to discharge their duties effectively; Liaise with police and other appropriate government agencies; Manage the resources allocated to the department in an efficient manner; Provide high quality services to our customers; and Ensure the integrity of the companys access control systems to avoid any violation.

The Person We require a candidate with the following qualifications: level education with at least C+; Diploma in Security related field from a recognized institution. Those with a higher diploma in the same will have an added advantage; Five years relevant experience in an equivalent position; Experience in managing a large number of security personnel; Excellent verbal and written communication skills in both English and Kiswahili;

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Highly developed interpersonal, organizational and analytical skills; Sound people management; Proven investigation skills; and Possession of a valid certificate of good conduct.

Application Procedure If you meet the above requirements and are interested in applying for any of the above positions, please send your CV with a covering letter to the

Human Resources Director, P.O. Box 10222, Nairobi 00400. Email: hrd.kenya@finlays.net

To reach not later than 14 October 2011

Those applicants who will not have heard from us by 1 November 2011 should consider their applications unsuccessful.

SENIOR SECURITY SUPERVISOR (14 October 2011) The Job Reporting to the Assistant Regional Security Officer, the Senior Security Supervisor will be responsible for: Ensuring timely reporting of all security incidents; Ensuring that there is efficient response to emergencies at the work place; Enforcing all security standing instructions as provided for in the company security manual; Ensuring that all the security staff on each shift are properly and efficiently deployed; Gathering of intelligence reports and acting on them; Maintaining a high level of discipline amongst the security staff; Ensuring that proper records are maintained at the access control points; Following up on the performance of the fence team to ensure that the perimeter fence is secured; and Ensuring that all identified defects on the perimeter fence are promptly reported and repaired.

The Person We require a candidate with the following qualifications: O-Level education or the equivalent with at least a mean grade of C; Certificate in security management or any security related training. A diploma in security management from a recognized institution will be an added advantage;

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5 years experience in security management from a reputable security organization; Possession of a valid certificate of good conduct; Excellent cognitive and analytical skills; and Well developed interpersonal and communication skills.

Application Procedure If you meet the above requirements and are interested in applying for any of the above positions, please send your CV with a covering letter to the

Human Resources Director, P.O. Box 10222, Nairobi 00400. Email: hrd.kenya@finlays.net

To reach not later than 14 October 2011

Those applicants who will not have heard from us by 1 November 2011 should consider their applications unsuccessful.

LEADING GENERAL INSURER We are a leading general insurer in Kenya that provides a world class high performing environment, allowing people to excel and reach their potential.

In line with the companys strategic plan, we are looking for qualified and motivated professionals to fill the following positions.

These positions require energetic individuals with both ability plus hands on experience to set up and run the various departments from scratch. Both positions report to the Managing Director and the Audit and Compliance Committee

How to Apply Interested candidates who can demonstrate the ability to perform at these levels should submit their applications by close of business Friday 28, October 2011 enclosing a detailed CV including present position, current remuneration and contact details of three referees to:

DN/A 1112 PO Box 49010-00100, Nairobi

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Email: insure.hr@gmail.com

INTERNAL AUDITOR (28 October 2011) Purpose The Internal Auditor will review the various operations of the departments to ensure compliance with the set controls, report any short falls and give recommendations.

Key Responsibilities Set up and continuously evaluate internal control systems in line with changing demands, and ensure they are appropriately designed to serve the best interest of the organization. Continuously review operating policies and procedures, and make recommendations on the necessary improvements. Design audit plans in addition to carrying out audit. Evaluate audit findings, draw comparisons and analyze data obtained for evidence of deficiencies in controls, duplication of effort, extravagance, fraud or lack of compliance with company policies and government regulations. Conduct reviews as requested by the Company Directors provided such reviews do not compromise the independence or objectivity of the internal audit function. Make recommendations of the systems and procedures being reviewed, report on the findings and recommendations and monitor managements response and implementation. Carry out annual audits as per approved audit plan. Ensure delivery of high quality and timely reporting.

Qualifications and Competencies Bachelors Degree in commerce (Accounting or Finance option) with CPA (K) or equivalent. At least 5 years working experience at a senior position in audit management, preferably in the Insurance Industry or in an audit firm. Knowledge of and skill in applying internal auditing principles and practices. Knowledge of the standards for the professional practice of internal auditing and the code of ethics developed by the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA). Basic MS office skills, knowledge of computer audit packages will be an added advantage. Possess strong interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills High moral and ethical standards with independence of mind and ability to defend his/her position on significant issues.

RISK AND COMPLIANCE MANAGER (28 October 2011)

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Purpose The overall responsibility of the Risk Manager will be to identify, assess and prioritize all risks that the Company may be exposed to, and co-ordinate all activities to minimize, monitor, avoid, transfer and control risk.

Key Responsibilities Evaluate the adequacy of current management systems and their effectiveness in mitigating risk. Develop and execute strategies, policies/procedures to identify, control, manage and measure business-wide risk. Oversee business-wide risk management and ensure policies, controls and procedures, are effectively implemented, disseminated and complied with. Develop and compile the necessary analytical risk reports for senior management and the audit and compliance committee to facilitate active risk oversight. Ensure that the companys risk framework is in accordance with regulatory guidelines and in conformity with the Company requirements. Develop, document and implement standard systems, policies and procedures for the identification, collection and analysis of risk management related data. Review current and future products to ensure that the risks associated with the products are identified and put in place the necessary risk control measures. Understand the inherent risks to insurance companies and put in place controls to mitigate their impact on the Company.

Qualifications and Competencies A Risk Management/ Finance or any Business related Degree from a recognized University. Professional qualifications in insurance and/or accounting CPA (K) and or ACII. Knowledge of actuarial science will be an added advantage. Minimum 5 years experience in risk management at a senior level in Insurance operations, or in a compliant environment with an appreciation of risk management processes. Strong numeracy skills with ability to analyze complex data. Excellent communications and presentation skills, with ability to inform and persuade both orally and in writing. Thorough understanding of regulatory requirements and general insurance procedures. Persistence, an eye for detail and ability to complete projects and stick to deadlines.

How to Apply Interested candidates who can demonstrate the ability to perform at these levels should submit their applications by close of business Friday 28, October 2011 enclosing a detailed CV including present position, current remuneration and contact details of three referees to:

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DN/A 1112 PO Box 49010-00100, Nairobi

Email: insure.hr@gmail.com

SAVE THE CHILDREN UK Save the Children UK is a leading international child rights organization, fighting to improve the lives of children in the UK and 50 countries around the world. Together with children, we are helping to build a better world for present and future generations by making a reality of childrens rights.

Our programming activities in Kenya are in the North Eastern Province (Dadaab, Wajir and Mandera areas) and Eldoret in the areas of Child Protection, Nutrition, Education, Livelihoods and Health.

We are outraged that millions of children are still denied proper healthcare, food, education and protection and we are determined to change that.

IMPROVING RESILIENCE AND REDUCING DEPENDENCE (IRRD) MONITORING & EVALUATION MANAGER (14 October 2011) (1 position based in Nairobi with field travel. 6 month contract with possibility of extension if additional funding is secured.)

Responsible for ensuring systems are in place to monitor the quality and impact of IRRD activities as well as provide technical support to all consortium members and capacity build field-based IRRD M&E staff.

Requirements A degree in Social Sciences with at least 5 years working experience preferably with pastoral populations. Experience of working in a Senior Monitoring & Evaluation capacity with an International NGO with excellent understanding of Monitoring & Evaluation Systems, Processes, Methodologies and Frameworks. Knowledge of Somali language a must.

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If you meet the above requirements, please send your cover letter indicating your expected salary and detailed CV with current contacts of three referees including immediate supervisor addressed to: Head of Human Resources & Administration, Save the Children UK, Kenya Programme: jobskenya@scuk.or.ke not later than 14th October, 2011.

Quote the job title on the subject line. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted Due to the urgency to fill these positions, short listing will be done as applications are received. Candidates from North Eastern Province are strongly encouraged to apply Save the Children (UK) recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to equal employment opportunities and the protection of children from abuse.

ICT COORDINATOR (14 October 2011) (1 position based in Nairobi with 30% support to field offices. 1 year fixed term contract)

Responsible for managing and delivering an efficient and effective ICT services across all programmes and field sites as well as coordinate all ICT functions and provide adequate and timely support to all Save the Children staff working in the Kenya Programme.

Requirements A degree in Computer Science or equivalent with a minimum of 5 years working experience of undertaking an ICT management role within an international NGO in difficult operating environments. Significant and demonstrable technical knowledge especially on server and networking administration, Voice and Data communication and End user support.

Application process: If you meet the above requirements, please send your cover letter indicating your expected salary and detailed CV with current contacts of three referees including immediate supervisor addressed to: Head of Human Resources & Administration, Save the Children UK, Kenya Programme: jobskenya@scuk.or.ke not later than 14th October, 2011.

Quote the job title on the subject line. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted Due to the urgency to fill these positions, short listing will be done as applications are received. Candidates from North Eastern Province are strongly encouraged to apply Save the Children (UK) recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to equal employment opportunities and the protection of children from abuse.

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LUTHERAN WORLD RELIEF

PROGRAM MANAGER, KENYA (7 October 2011) Lutheran World Relief (LWR) is a US non-governmental organization that works with Lutherans and partners around the world to end poverty, injustice and human suffering.

LWR - East Africa Regional Office is seeking to recruit a Program Manager for Kenya based in its Regional Office in Nairobi, Kenya. All qualified Kenya Nationals are invited to apply for the position

The Program Manager will report to the Country Director, and will be part of the regional team to develop, implement and derive lessons learnt from the regional strategy.

S/he will also ensure that the projects are implemented in accordance with contractual obligations and meet the highest standard of implementation.

Key responsibilities: Under the direction of the Country Director, assist with Identifying, building and managing partner relationships, including support for organizational capacity development and project cycle management Participate in the development of high quality concept papers and proposals. Monitor and support partners projects and implementation of capacity strengthening activities Ensure that data required for demonstrating projects impact and lessons learnt are collected, analyzed and integrated into project monitoring and evaluation systems in accordance with LWR guidelines Participate in the development and implementation of the countrys strategic and annual operational plan and budgets Participate in local advocacy efforts as consistent with LWR strategies for Kenya

Core competencies: Deep commitment to LWRs core values and ability to model those values in relationships with colleagues and partners

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Holder of Bachelors degree in social sciences, agricultural economics or related field and eight or more years experience development work

Strong project development and management skills and demonstrated experience in working with Local Government, Non Governmental Organizations, Community Based Organizations and Faith Based Organizations

Familiarity with key development, economic and social justice issues at a practical and policy level.

Demonstrated experience in agribusiness development including supporting partners in agriculture value chain and credit management

Excellent report writing skills Fluency in English and Kiswahili with excellent verbal and written communication skills. Proficiency in using Word, Excel, Access, and internet. Ability to travel up to 70% percent of his/her time in Kenya.

Interested candidates are requested to send their detailed CV and cover letter to info@lwrearo.org by 7th October 2011

BAKERY

BAKERS (24 October 2011) A bakery with outlets in a leading Supermarket Chain with branches in Western Kenya and Rift Valley requires bakers.

Qualifications Must have a minimum of a Diploma in baking bread, confectionery, and pastries The right candidate must have a minimum work experience of 5 years Must be willing to work late hours if the need arises Experience on people management will be an added advantage

Kindly send your C.V to

DN.A 1111 P.O. Box 49010 - 00100 GPO Nairobi

By 24th October, 2011

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CARE INTERNATIONAL KENYA

GRANTS MANAGER - GLOBAL FUND HIV PROGRAM (11 October 2011) (Ref: GM/09/2011), Based in Nairobi Re - advertisement

Reporting to the Senior Program Manager, Global Fund (GF), the incumbent will coordinate and manage all financial aspects of the program to ensure there is compliance with contract obligations. She/he will be responsible for the program grants component and will work closely with the Program Manager to support Grants Coordinators and Grants Officers in ensuring the successful implementation of the GF performance based funding and that all program obligations are realized, accounted for, documented and reported.

Professional Qualifications and Experience Desired Bachelor Degree (Accounting Option), qualified accountant (CPA), Masters in Business Administration (Finance option) At least 5 years of experience in a Grant Management capacity in grants making programs in reputable organizations Previous work in HIV and Health grant making programs will be an added advantage Strong financial management experience and demonstrable program budget and grant management skills and experience (preparation of program budgets for various donors, coupled with strong financial tracking skills, budget realignments and revisions) Experience in monitoring, reporting for tracking program efficiency and effectiveness. Knowledge of organizational development and capacity building Familiarity with GF systems and procedures and performance based funding, Understanding and experience in HIV programming in Kenya will be an added advantage

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Ability and experience to develop and implement grant performance management and monitoring plans

Excellent inter-personal, facilitation skills and communication skills Supervisory and mentorship skills Ability to work well in a team and provide staff leadership Person of high moral character and professional integrity

For a more detailed job description, please copy the link below as your web address: http://www.care.or.ke/himages/JD-Grants%20Manager%202011.pdf

Applications If you feel you meet the requirements for this position, send your application indicating the reference number and title of the position along with an updated CV stating your current remuneration and telephone contacts of three professional referees to: The Human Resources & Development Manager, CARE International In Kenya, Email: Vacancies@care.or.ke.So as to be received not later than 11th October, 2011. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

(NB: Those that had applied earlier need not to re-apply.)

CARE is an equal opportunity employer and promotes gender equity. Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

CARE International in Kenya does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process. (Application, interview, meeting, processing, training or any other fees).

BRAND KENYA BOARD Are you patriotic and passionate about Kenya?

You are what Brand Kenya Board is looking for.

The Board, which is mandated to manage the county's image both locally and internationally, wishes to strengthen its marketing team by hiring valued talent to fill the position below:-

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MANAGER NATIONAL BRANDING (11 October 2011) 1 Position

Ref: BKB/HR/MNB/03/09-2011

Reporting to the Director Marketing, the Manager National Branding will be responsible for managing the key pillars of the Kenya country brand namely; citizens, culture, tourism, public service, towns and cities.

The position holder will advise the Board on how it can leverage on public goodwill to enhance the attractiveness of Kenya as a choice destination for trade, tourism and FDI.

Key responsibilities and duties: The job holder will; Identify and prioritize Kenya's marketing and branding needs; Develop both short and long term branding strategies to address the identified needs Co-ordinate various marketing initiatives for Kenya in partnership with government agencies, the private sector, and key stakeholders in areas of investment, tourism, culture, national heritage, sports, trade and diplomacy, among others; Develop, review and implement guidelines to drive brand consistency across key towns and cities and the entire public service; Develop and implement strategies to promote a collective National identity in order to enhance National Pride, Patriotism, and Social Cohesion; Support the interface between the various departments in order to enhance internal efficiency; Perform any other duties as may be assigned.

Minimum qualifications: A Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing option), or Business Management or any other marketing related degree from a recognized university; A postgraduate degree or professional diploma in management, branding, economics or a related field, will be an added advantage; Minimum seven (7) years' experience; three (3) of which should be in brand management within a large organization, either in the public or private sector; Hands on experience in service branding is a key requirement for this position.

Key competencies: Be of high integrity, strategic thinking and good analytical skills Excellence in report writing; good verbal communication and interpersonal skills Ability to work with advertising agencies

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Demonstrate ability to lead and influence project teams.

If you can clearly demonstrate your ability to meet the relevant criteria for the above position, please submit your application with a detailed CV, stating your current position, remuneration, e-mail and day time contacts and attach copies of your professional and academic certificates and any other testimonials.

Quote the position and reference number on the application letter and envelop.

An attractive remuneration package commensurate with the responsibilities of the position will be negotiated with the right candidate.

The successful candidate will work on permanent and pensionable terms subject to satisfactory performance of the roles and responsibilities.

NB: All applications must be sent to the address below not later than 11th October, 2011.

The Chief Executive Officer, Brand Kenya Board, NHIF Building 4th Floor, Upper Hill, Nairobi P.O Box 40500 -00100

Tel: +254 2 271 5236/7

www.brandkenya.go.ke

Please note that any form of canvassing for the above position will lead to automatic disqualification.

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK

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PRINCIPAL COMMUNICATION OFFICER (MEDIA RELATIONS) - EXTERNAL RELATIONS & COMMUNICATION UNIT (29 October 2011) Grade: PL-4 Position N: NA Reference: ADB/11/159 Publication date: 29/09/2011 Closing date: 29/10/2011

Objectives The Media Relations section of ERCU is the Units main instrument for managing relations with the media.

It is responsible for media monitoring as well as management of the Banks media contact database and the dissemination of Bank information through press releases to the media and through the Banks public information centre. It also supports organizational units in their media activities. Furthermore, it is the section of ERCU that is responsible for either originating or fielding and placement of opeds in national, regional or international media publications.

The holder of the post will also have for objectives: Increase the Banks visibility and credibility Transform the website into an effective information showcase.

Duties and responsibilities Under the supervision of the Head of The External Relations and Communication Unit, the chosen candidate will be responsible for planning, developing, implementing and analyzing comprehensive media relation programmes and tactics to support the Banks strategic objectives, as well as to accrue value to the Banks brand through local, regional and international news exposure. the Chief Communication Officer will also undertake the follow duties:

Media management and relations Create and implement media relations plans with strategic objectives for corporate and specific areas/ audiences/ sectors; as well as set up strategic and operational plans with a view to promoting the policies, programs, projects, practices and publications of the Bank to the media. Respond to journalist enquiries and triage incoming media request to determine priorities; as well as create, develop and place news stories in key target media. Develop close, mutually productive working relationships with key reporters in national, regional and international media; as well as maintain effective working relationships with key internal contact;

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Provide strategic media relations advice and preparation to the Banks experts and management regarding interviews and potential interview opportunities;

Oversee preparation of press conferences, news briefing, media interviews and visits; Manage the media in potential crisis situation and prepare a crisis communication plan.

Media monitoring Analyze local, regional and national print, broadcast and online media coverage for trends that would influence the Banks media relations tactics, opportunities, etc; and assess day-to-day media environment to seize opportunities that are available for increased exposure; Identify negative or threatening media issues or inquiries, which require strategic and timely responses.

Selection Criteria Including desirable skills, knowledge and experience At least a Masters degree or equivalent qualification in Journalism, Communication, Social Studies related field; Preferably a minimum of 6 years experience in a similar position, including at least 3 years in an international media organization; Ability to build a network and structure a mass information, grasp the essence and convey the key messages; capacity to work under pressure, including frequent travel; a meticulous team worker; very good interpersonal skills, self-confident; Effective written and oral communication in English and French; Conversant with Bank standard software applications: Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint.

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://www.afdb.org/en/careers/current-vacancies/vacancy/principal-communication-officer-mediarelations-external-relations-communication-unit-1043/

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RESEARCH CAREER DEVELOPMENT OFFICER (10 October 2011) Reference Number: RCDO-09-11 Category: Human Resources Location: Kilifi Country: Kenya

Summary: To provide efficient and effective statistical coordination and support for on-going projects and to the research teams in order to generate relevant reports, statistics and matrices to support research study findings.

REPORTING LINES: Reports to the Head of Human Resources and has functional relationship to Head of Training

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Developing a career mentorship scheme for PhD students and postdoctoral researchers in the Programme; Developing a standardized, student-driven, diary based record of progress through the postgraduate degree process for all students at the Programme (in collaboration with the Training Department and Human Resources); Developing a Professional Development Plan (PDP) scheme for postgraduate students at the Programme, including providing support and guidance on available resources to students and the development of online support resources; Developing a monitoring system for the Professional Development Plan scheme including a webbased system for managing information; Providing high quality, timely support and advice to postgraduate and potential postgraduate students, and other research staff as they: o o o o o Make decisions about appropriate courses or career paths Prioritize their learning needs in conjunction with supervisors and other relevant mentors Identify locally and regionally available ways to meet their identified needs Complete and implement their PDPs Review and collect evidence of progress towards their learning goals

SKILLS AND COMPETENCE:

Skills, Qualification and experience; A good first degree and an MEd or Post Graduate Certificate in Education; Experience in professional or educational development; Experience of working in a multi cultural research environment in Africa;

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At least five (5) years experience of managing postgraduate student pastoral issues, including the monitoring and evaluation of personal development plans;

Excellent interpersonal skills, including a proven ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with individuals from different backgrounds and cultures;

Experience of providing support to mentoring programmes; Excellent organizational skills including a proven ability to manage a significant workload under pressure and to organize and prioritize effectively;

Experience of organizing and running training workshops, including the development of appropriate materials

Excellent IT skills including the use of word processing packages and database management Ability to work on own initiative.

Desirable qualities: A PhD will be an added advantage Experience of managing and creating online learning resources Experience in establishing and moderating /maintaining online discussion forums and/or social networking areas

Closing Date: 10th October 2011

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://careers.kemri-wellcome.org/vacancy/research-career-development-officer

UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI

DEPUTY UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN (ADMINISTRATION), LIBRARY DEPARTMENT-1 POSTAC/9/415/11-(R&T) (14 October 2011) Applicants should be holders of a Masters degree in Library & Information Sciences from a recognized institution. They must show evidence of managerial ability with emphasis on human resource management, fiscal management and public relations. They must be computer literate and be familiar with commonly used library ICT technologies. They must have served in a senior library management

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position for at least five (5) years. Experience in a large academic library and evidence of research and publications will be an added advantage.

The successful candidate will be directly answerable to the University Librarian and will be expected to participate in planning, policy formulation and implementation for the entire University Library system and will also be specifically responsible for staff recruitment and training, staff development and deployment, staff assessment, motivation & discipline and staff welfare. He/she will also oversee financial matters, procurement and distribution of library supplies, development and maintenance of library buildings, security of library materials& equipment and smooth running of the main Library.

NOTE: Applicants for academic posts (AC) should forward ten (10) should forward ten (10) copies of their application letters accompanied by similar number of certified copies of certificates and C.Vs giving details of their qualifications, experience, research activities and publications they appear in. Applicants for non-academic posts (AD) should submit seven (7) of the above supporting documents and applications letter.

In both cases, applications and related documents should be forwarded through the applicants heads of departments and applicants should state their current designations and salaries and other benefits attached to those designations. They should quote post reference codes as shown for each posts in the advertisement.

CODES

Applications should be addressed as per the codes below:-

R&T The Deputy Registrar, Recruitment & Training Section, P.O Box 30197-00100 Nairobi CHS The Principal, College of Health Sciences, P.O Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CAVS The Principal, College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CHSS The Principal, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CEES The Principal, College of Education & External Studies, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 14th October 2011 ONLY SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

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NOKIA SIEMENS NETWORKS

HEAD OF AFRICA PROJECT PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT Job ID #: 25020 Experience Required: 7 - 10 Years Country: Kenya Education Required: Masters Degree or equivalent City: Nairobi Relocation Provided: Job Field Area: Sourcing Date Posted: Sep 26, 2011 Employment Type: Full - Time Regular /Permanent Location Flexibility: None Travel Percentage: 0

Are you ready to be part of leading global enabler of telecommunications services? With our focus on innovation and sustainability, Nokia Siemens Networks provides our customers a complete portfolio of mobile, fixed and converged network technology, as well as professional services including consultancy and systems integration, deployment, maintenance and managed services. As one of the largest telecommunications hardware, software and professional services companies in the world, we employ nearly 60,000 employees in over 150 countries around the world.

General Purpose Is responsible for the sourcing or execution of components, materials, products or services which represent a significant business value for NSN. Works with other organizations to ensure that the material or service meets pre- determined quality, technology, supply and cost criteria.

Main Responsibility Area Team leadership and people management in Africa:

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Leads and coaches project procurement managers: Manages and drives change Drives competence development among team members and ensures adequate resourcing Promotes openness and a spirit of co-operation to form common goals in the group Implements NSN Values and HR Policies Acts as One procurement voice to the regional stakeholders Promotes the one GPR co-operation by ensuring that the PPM organization is closely linked to the categories and equipped to represent whole GPR towards the CTs acts as PPM for relevant area, if required Is a single point of contact towards the Customer Team and towards the Services Procurement regional organization and Global Procurement

Operation and Support - Supplier Base Management Ensures cost, availability, innovation and quality within local supplier base according to target setting and business and CT needs Ensures proper use of SBM process, GPR tools, SOX compliance and respect of GPR internal SoR in the sub region

Category Support Possesses adequate knowledge of all GPR categories Provides input and contributes to respective Category Managers on supplier performance and developing strategy Ensures the availability of the needed portfolio of local suppliers in co-operation with the regional categories Aligns with respective regional Supplier Category Strategy

Market information and analysis Possesses broad knowledge of local markets and project specific requirements (i.e. cultural, security, geographical, region specific requirements on projects) Ensures alignment, anticipates changes and drives activities based on supply market changes

Target-setting and driving achievement of KPI targets Ensure target-setting and actions to achieve agreed KPI targets Identify and execute corrective actions when necessary Examples of key KPIs: SPC, PPC savings % and absolute (EBIT related) , Spend, Payment terms, CC budget and headcount, SPI Ensure needed business reporting with F&C

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Supplier contracting Cost analysis & management Leading for NSN Supplier market knowledge and management Project Management Supplier base management Supplier quality management Living by Our Ethics Working Across Boundaries Decision making Influencing others Strategic Thinking

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: http://careers.peopleclick.eu.com/careerscp/client_nokiasiemensnetworks/external/jobDetails.do?functi onName=getJobDetail&jobPostId=24962&localeCode=en-us

UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ON DRUGS AND CRIME

PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT OFFICER, P3 (28 November 2011) Department/ Office: UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ON DRUGS AND CRIME Duty Station: NAIROBI Posting Period: 29 September 2011-28 November 2011 Job Opening number: 11-PGM-UN OFFICE ON DRUGS AND CRIME-20968-R-NAIROBI (X)

Org. Setting and Reporting The position is located in the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Regional Office for Eastern Africa (ROEA) in Nairobi, Kenya.

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The Programme Management Officer will report to the UNODC Regional Representative for Eastern Africa and work in close cooperation with the Sub-Programme Managers under the Regional Programme for Eastern Africa, as well as with the Eastern Africa, Southern Africa, North Africa and the Middle East Team (ESNAME), Integrated Programme and Oversight Branch (IPB), Division for Operations (DO), United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime headquarters at Vienna.

For more information on UNODC, please visit our website: www.unodc.org.

Responsibilities The incumbent will undertake the following tasks: Assist the Representative in coordinating the daily tasks which fall under the Regional Office for Eastern Africa (ROEA) portfolio; Monitor and analyze programme/ project development and implementation; Plan, organize, manage, coordinate and monitor the programme strategies as outlined in the Regional Programme document Promoting the Rule of Law and Human Security in Eastern Africa, 2009-2012; Participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of programmes/ projects under ROEA in line with established policies and procedures, applying quality management standards and a results-based approach; Take necessary steps for the recruitment of experts, consultants, extension of contracts and requisition for goods and services; Participate in selected tripartite reviews and evaluations of programmes/ projects; Contribute to resource mobilization activities, proposing programmes/ projects requiring additional funding and identifying options; Develop and maintain networks and partnerships with national institutions and United Nations development agencies to contribute to increased awareness of the UNODC Regional Programme for Eastern Africa; Review and prepare relevant documents and reports; Support the programme/ project management/ administrative aspects of the office and its related activities including timely provision of adequate human resource inputs, equipment and contracts; Coordinate/conduct interview panels, evaluate candidates' applications and qualifications, draft substantive recommendations and report for submission to relevant human resources offices, draft terms of reference/job descriptions; Provide policy advice on managerial and administrative matters in conformity with United Nations rules and regulations; Assist the programme/ project managers and other personnel in preparing grant agreements with governments and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and monitor their implementation;

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Act as a quality focal point for and assist in the preparation of field office reports, including quarterly, semi annual and annual projects and programmes implementation reports;

Assist in the preparation and timely submission of reports on financial/administrative matters or on any specific area;

Supervise the work of the ROEA Finance Associate; Act as focal point for ROEA audits; Act as ROEA training focal point; Review and analyze financial and administrative aspects of the programmes/projects; Monitor budgetary management of programmes/ projects executed in accordance with United Nations rules and regulations through the preparation of programme/ project budgets, mandatory and any other budget revisions as required;

Prepare budgetary and financial progress reports on a regular basis for internal and external use; Advice programmes/ projects managers and other personnel on the appropriate procurement methods to be followed;

Ensure proper monitoring and control of procurement processes; Certify and approve programme/project disbursements to ensure delivery of services is in line with approved programme/project budgets and United Nations rules and regulations.

Competencies

Professionalism: Has good understanding of administrative, budgetary, financial, human resources policies and procedures, as well as of United Nations administrative rules and regulations and mandates of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime; demonstrates very good analytical, organizational and

communication skills as well as planning, creativity and team work abilities; is able to identify issues, formulate opinions, make conclusions and recommendations; knows various research methodologies and sources, including electronic sources on the internet, intranet and other databases. Shows pride in work and in achievements; demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges; remains calm in stressful situations; takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.

Teamwork: Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.

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Planning & Organizing: Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate amount of time and resource for completing work; foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.

Education Advanced university degree (Masters degree or equivalent) in economics/ development studies, management, business administration, accounting, international relations, public administration, international law or any other field relevant to programmes/ projects management. A first level university degree in similar fields in combination with qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.

Work Experience A minimum of five years of progressively responsible work experience in financial management, programme/ project administration and budgeting or a related field is required. Working experience in the United Nations system or similar international organization is desirable.

Languages English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the position advertised, fluency in English, i.e. oral and written proficiency, is required. Knowledge of another United Nations official language is an advantage.

Assessment Method Written assessment and competency-based interview

Special Notice Priority consideration for vacancies at the P3 level will be given to internal candidates and candidates who have passed a competitive examination.

Staff members are subject to the authority of the Secretary-General and to assignment by him or her. In this context, all staff are expected to move periodically to new functions in their careers in accordance with established rules and procedures.

United Nations Considerations The United Nations shall place no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. (Charter of the United Nations - Chapter 3, article 8). The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.

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No Fee THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON APPLICANTS BANK ACCOUNTS.

To apply, please copy the link below as your web address: https://inspira.un.org/psc/UNCAREERS/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_C E_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=20968&SiteId=1&PostingSeq=1&

THE SELECTION PANEL FOR CHAIRPERSON AND MEMBERS OF THE ETHICS AND ANTICORRUPTION COMMISSION Declaration of Vacancies Pursuant to the provisions of Section 6 (4) of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission Act, 2011 (No. 22 of 2011), the Selection Panel invites applications from suitably qualified persons for the positions of a Chairperson and two (2) Members of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission as shown below.

The functions of the Commissioners (Chairperson and Members) of the Commission shall be, among other things, to: Assist the Commission in policy formulation and ensure that the Commission and its staff, including the Secretary (to the Commission), perform their duties to the highest standards possible in accordance with the Act; Give strategic direction to the Commission in the performance of its functions as stipulated in the Act; Establish and maintain strategic linkages and partnerships in the rule of law and other governance sector; Deal with reports, complaints of abuse of power, impropriety and other forms of misconduct on the part of the Commission or its staff; and Deal with reports of conduct amounting to maladministration, including but not limited to delay in the conduct of investigations and unreasonable invasion of privacy by the Commission or its staff.

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VACANCY FOR THE POSITION OF CHAIRPERSON, ETHICS AND ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION (10 October 2011) Number of Vacancies: 1

For appointment as Chairperson of Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, a person should: Hold a degree from a university recognized in Kenya; Have knowledge and experience of not less than fifteen (15) years in any of the following fields:o o o o o o o o o o o Ethics and governance Audit Law Accounting Public Administration Fraud Investigation Leadership Public relations and media Economics Religious studies or philosophy Social Studies

Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution; and Have had a distinguished career in his/ her respective field.

Please Note: The following persons do not qualify for nomination and appointment as Chairperson or Member of the Commission: o o o o A member of a governing body of a political party; An undischarged bankrupt; One who has been convicted of a felony; or Has been removed from public office for contravening the provisions of the Constitution or any other law The names of all applicants and those shortlisted for each post shall be published in the print media after the closure of the advert. The salary and benefits for these positions shall be determined by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission. The chairperson and members of the Commission will be appointed for a single term of six (6) years and are not eligible for re-appointment. Candidates may apply manually or online.

All applications should be submitted, together with a detailed curriculum vitae, a copy of ID/ Passport, copies of certificates, testimonials and any other relevant supporting documents.

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Manual applications should be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked Application for Chairperson, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission OR Application for Member, Ethics and AntiCorruption Commission and addressed to:

The Chairperson Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission Selection Panel Public Service Commission of Kenya P.O. Box 30095 00100 Nairobi

Online applications may be submitted via e-mail to: eaacc@publicservice.go.ke.

Shortlisted candidates may be required to submit additional information and will be subjected to a public interview process.

Applications should be received on or before 10th October, 2011 (latest by 5.00 p.m.)

Mrs. Rose Mambo Chairperson Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission Selection Panel

VACANCY FOR THE POSITION OF MEMBER, ETHICS AND ANTICORRUPTION COMMISSION (10 October 2011) Number of Vacancies: 2

For appointment as a Member of Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, a person should: Hold a degree from a university recognized in Kenya; Have knowledge and experience of not less than ten (10) years in any of the following fields: o o o o o o o o Ethics and governance Audit Law Accounting Public Administration Fraud Investigation Leadership Public relations and media

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Economics Religious studies or philosophy Social Studies

Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution; and Have had a distinguished career in his/her respective field

Please Note: The following persons do not qualify for nomination and appointment as Chairperson or Member of the Commission: o o o o A member of a governing body of a political party; An undischarged bankrupt; One who has been convicted of a felony; or Has been removed from public office for contravening the provisions of the Constitution or any other law The names of all applicants and those shortlisted for each post shall be published in the print media after the closure of the advert. The salary and benefits for these positions shall be determined by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission. The chairperson and members of the Commission will be appointed for a single term of six (6) years and are not eligible for re-appointment. Candidates may apply manually or online.

All applications should be submitted, together with a detailed curriculum vitae, a copy of ID/ Passport, copies of certificates, testimonials and any other relevant supporting documents.

Manual applications should be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked Application for Chairperson, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission OR Application for Member, Ethics and AntiCorruption Commission and addressed to:

The Chairperson Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission Selection Panel Public Service Commission of Kenya P.O. Box 30095 00100 Nairobi

Online applications may be submitted via e-mail to: eaacc@publicservice.go.ke.

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Shortlisted candidates may be required to submit additional information and will be subjected to a public interview process.

Applications should be received on or before 10th October, 2011 (latest by 5.00 p.m.)

Mrs. Rose Mambo Chairperson Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission Selection Panel

KENYA NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL The Kenya National Examinations Council wishes to recruit self - motivated and qualified professionals for the vacant positions listed below:

PRINCIPAL INTERNAL AUDITOR (10 October 2011) KNEC Scale EC 13

The Principal Internal Auditor will report to the Council Board through the Secretary / Chief Executive Officer.

Duties and Responsibilities: Developing and implementing Audit strategies, policies and procedures at the Council. Preparation and implementation of annual audit work plan and provision of effective and adequate risk management strategies to KNEC; Preparation of timely and accurate audit reports for presentation to the Management and Audit Committee; Follow up of implementation of Audit recommendations. Carrying out special audits as requested by the CEO and the Audit Committee and assisting in investigations of any significant suspected fraudulent and corrupt activities within the Council. Coordination of audit efforts with external auditors.

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Bachelor of Commerce Degree (Accounting or Finance option) OR equivalent qualification from a recognized university. Possession of a Masters Degree in a related field will be an added advantage.

Over ten (10) years of audit risk management experience four (4) of which must have been at a senior level in a reputable organization.

Professional Qualifications CPA (K); Member of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA); Must be a member of the Professional Risk Managers International Association. Evidence of computer literacy in MS Office suite computer packages. Applicants with additional relevant professional qualifications in Audit and have knowledge of ACCPAC ERP will have an added advantage.

Terms of Offer The Council will offer a competitive remuneration package commensurate with seniority and responsibilities of the position.

Application Procedure Interested and suitably qualified candidates should forward their applications enclosing certified copies of their academic and professional certificates, detailed curriculum vitae giving details of day time telephone contact, e-mail addresses, current remuneration (enclose copy of your latest pay slip), names and valid current contacts of two referees on or before 10th October, 2011 to:

The Deputy Secretary & Head of Human Resources Management Division The Kenya National Examinations Council P O Box 73598 - 00200 Nairobi.

Attention: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will result in automatic disqualification.

SENIOR ECONOMIST/ PLANNER (10 October 2011) KNEC Scale EC 12

The Senior Economist/Planner will report to the head of the Planning Division in the office of the Council Secretary/ Chief Executive.

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Duties and Responsibilities: Assisting in the formulation and development of strategic plans and planning activities of the Council and participating in the regular performance appraisal of the Council activities and programs and making advisory reports; Assisting in evaluating and monitoring implementation of the Councils strategic objectives as per the Councils Strategic Plan and participating in the preparation of short, medium and long term development plans for the Council;

Qualifications and Experience Required: Bachelors Degree in Economics, Mathematics or Statistics from a recognized university with experience in handling planning and development; Should have minimum of ten (10) years relevant experience three (3) of which should have been in a senior position in a busy and large institution, and be conversant with the Kenya Government regulations on planning and development processes with special focus on State Corporation; Have demonstrated outstanding professional competence matched with proper appreciation of the needs and strategies for meeting or attaining them; Evidence of proficiency and knowledge in Computer Applications

Terms of Offer The Council will offer a competitive remuneration package commensurate with seniority and responsibilities of the position.

Application Procedure Interested and suitably qualified candidates should forward their applications enclosing certified copies of their academic and professional certificates, detailed curriculum vitae giving details of day time telephone contact, e-mail addresses, current remuneration (enclose copy of your latest pay slip), names and valid current contacts of two referees on or before 10th October, 2011 to:

The Deputy Secretary & Head of Human Resources Management Division The Kenya National Examinations Council P O Box 73598 - 00200 Nairobi.

Attention: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will result in automatic disqualification.

CHIEF OFFICER - FACILITIES MANAGEMENT (10 October 2011)

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KNEC Scale EC 12

The successful candidate will report to the Head of Facilities Management Section, in the Finance, Administration and Human Resource Department.

Duties and Responsibilities: Supervision of all KNEC Construction works and be in charge of KNEC construction sites; Manage professional advisers and contractors for building construction and maintenance works; Continuously review and develop cost effective refurbishment models; Prepare project progress status reports; Manage all KNEC properties/facilities; Prepare and coordinate the implementation of the KNEC housing, office accommodation and property policy; Plan, supervise and coordinate a wide range of estates and property functions for KNEC; Conduct valuation of KNEC property and manage leases on behalf of KNEC; Coordinate the collection of rent and prepare monthly statements for all KNEC property.

Qualifications and Experience Required: A Bachelors Degree in Building Construction, Structural Engineering, Civil Engineering or related field; Must have worked in major construction and renovation works for a minimum period of ten (10) years as a supervisor; Must be able to carry out measurement works; Have experience as a Property Management Officer/Facilities Management for at least five (5) years.

Terms of Offer The Council will offer a competitive remuneration package commensurate with seniority and responsibilities of the position.

Application Procedure Interested and suitably qualified candidates should forward their applications enclosing certified copies of their academic and professional certificates, detailed curriculum vitae giving details of day time telephone contact, e-mail addresses, current remuneration (enclose copy of your latest pay slip), names and valid current contacts of two referees on or before 10th October, 2011 to:

The Deputy Secretary & Head of Human Resources Management Division The Kenya National Examinations Council P O Box 73598 - 00200

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Nairobi.

Attention: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will result in automatic disqualification.

COAST WATER SERVICES BOARD

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (21 October 2011) Coast Water Services Board (CWSB) was established under the State Corporations Act, Chapter 446 of the Laws of Kenya vide Legal Notice No. 1328 of 27th February, 2004.

The core mandate of the Board as given under clause 53(1) of the Water Act 2002 is that as a Licensee, t will be responsible for mandate efficient and economical provision of water services authorized by the license issued by the Water Services Regulatory Board (WASREB).

Coast Water Services Board is seeking to recruit a suitable self driven, result oriented and highly qualified individual to fill the position of the Chief Executive Officer.

The Chief Executive Officer will be responsible to the Board of Directors, and shall be the Principal Officer of the Board responsible for the overall leadership and implementation of the Board mandate and aspirations as may be outlined in the performance targets and strategic plan.

Job Profile Carrying out day-to-day business of the Board to ensure that departments, sections and units conform to the overall operations plans and performance targets. Providing overall leadership and overall administration of the operations of the Coast Water Services Board under the guidance of the Board. Developing short term corporate strategies, for Board of Directors approval, for effective implementation of the strategies stipulated in the Boards Strategic Plan; Managing internal multidisciplinary teams and external parties to ensure set objectives are achieved.

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Developing performance standards together with mechanisms for ensuring compliance therewith by water Service Providers.

Promoting Boards image and develop good working relationship with all stakeholders and partners while promoting the principles of good governance in the Boards area of jurisdiction;

Developing networks and partnerships with development partners and spearhead donor collaboration, fund raising and project development within the Boards area of jurisdiction.

Advising the Board of Directors on expansion of business operations, investment planning and sustainable development of water service facilities.

Directing and coordinating the Boards operations and administration so as to ensure that the various organs of the Board operate in conformity with the overall operational plans and performance targets;

Advising the Board of Directors concerning future activities of the Board and also on the objectives and policies while eliminating any form of risks which would affect the smooth management of the organization.

Ensuring compliance with Governments policy and regulatory guidelines and directives.

Requirements Must have a Bachelors degree in Engineering, Water Sciences, Economics or Management from a recognized Institution and be a registered member of the relevant professional body where applicable; Must have a Masters degree in Engineering or Water Sciences, or Business Management/ Administration; Should have at least ten (10) years of experience in a commercial establishment, preferably in the Water and Sanitation Sector, and at least 5 years in Management Position; Should have undergone a Co-operate Governance Course in a recognized institution; Demonstrate familiarity with donor funded projects and water sector programmes

implementation; Familiarity with reform programs and commercial or public sector settings and vision 2030 aspirations Track history of integrity, creativity, innovation, self drive and result orientation. Exceptional visionary leadership and negotiation skills with capacity to engage with local, regional and international organizations: Excellent communication and presentation skills, strong interpersonal, analytical, organizational and team capacities and high professional ethical standing.

Key Skills and Competencies Demonstrate leadership, managerial, organizational and administrative skills; Proven experience in mobilization of development and operational funds Self driven and capable of working under minimum supervision.

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Sound knowledge and application of public finance management and public procurement and disposal laws/procedures;

Good knowledge of water sector reforms in Kenya; Competency in computer application skills; Understanding of the cross cutting issues in the Boards area of jurisdiction and unique challenges faced by Non Governmental organizations (CBOs) especially in capacity building;

Effective conflict and dispute prevention and resolution among water service users and dispensers within the Boards area of jurisdictions.

Application Interested and qualified candidates should send their sealed applications by Registered post or Courier services clearly marked Application for Chief Executive Officer, Coast Water Services Board on or before 21st October, 2011 to the contact below, enclosing the following: Certified copies of academic certificates, professional certificates and testimonials, A detailed CV giving details of telephone contacts, email address, current position and remuneration and Names and contacts of three (3) referees

The Chairman, Coast Water Services Board, P.O. Box 90417-80100, Mikindani Street, Off Nkrumah Road, Mombasa

* Important Notice: Only Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will result to automatic disqualification.

CAS CONSULTANTS LIMITED CAS Consultants Ltd, a busy firm of consulting Engineers based in Nairobi needs to fill the following posts:

RESIDENT ENGINEER FOR CIVIL WORKS CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION University Degree B.Sc.( Civil Engineering) or equivalent, Registered Engineer with Engineers Registration Board of Kenya or Equivalent, A minimum of 15 Years practical post-qualification experience, Extensive experience n design, supervision and contract administration of major civil works including canals, rural roads and associated earthworks, flood protection works and concrete structures.

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Send application and CV not exceeding five pages indicating education, key qualifications, experience, employment record as well as names and contacts of three referees to:

casconsult@africaonline.co.ke

or P.O. Box 20023-00200, Nairobi

or Drop at our offices in Nelleon Place, Rhapta Road, Westlands, Nairobi

Tel. 4445240 or 0722829552

ASSISTANT RESIDENT ENGINEER FOR CIVIL WORKS CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION University Degree B.Sc.( Civil Engineering) or equivalent, Registered Engineer with Engineers Registration Board of Kenya or Equivalent, minimum 10 Years practical post-qualification experience, at least three years experience in design, supervision and contract administration of major civil works including canals, rural roads and associated earthworks, flood protection works and concrete structures

Send application and CV not exceeding five pages indicating education, key qualifications, experience, employment record as well as names and contacts of three referees to:

casconsult@africaonline.co.ke

or P.O. Box 20023-00200, Nairobi

or Drop at our offices in Nelleon Place, Rhapta Road, Westlands, Nairobi

Tel. 4445240 or 0722829552

JHPIEGO Jhpiego, an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University, is an international NGO supporting health programs to improve the health of women and their families.

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Jhpiego - Kenya works in close collaboration with both the Ministry of Medical Services and the Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation in the areas of HIV, Malaria, TB, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, Reproductive Health and Family Planning.

We are currently recruiting senior managers who are team players, dedicated, highly motivated and willing to work in a high pressure office requiring multi-tasking.

SENIOR FINANCE MANAGER (RE-ADVERTISED) (14 October 2011) Reporting to the Finance & Administration Director, the Senior Finance Manager will assist in the management of finance function for Jhpiegos Kenya Office.

S/he will implement and maintain financial and accounting systems required ensuring the integrity and effective performance of Jhpiegos financial operations.

Responsibilities: Manage the effective utilization of Jhpiegos financial management system to ensure accurate financial tracking, reporting and in compliance with Jhpiego policies Provide supervision, guidance and mentorship of staff and ensure team spirit within the finance team Review policies, procedures and systems to ensure effective internal controls are in place and are adhered to Provide financial and accounting technical advice to all Jhpiego programs Review and administer sub-agreements, monitor grants payments and the compliance to award terms and conditions Assist program staff to develop work plans and annual budgets for programs and the office costs Prepare and submit reports to donors as per the grant agreements Collaborate with internal and external auditors and ensure prompt implementation of their recommendations Represent Jhpiego in high level meetings with partners, professional bodies and conferences Ensure procurement guidelines and systems are in place and adhered to Assist in the preparation of monthly, quarterly and/or annual reports

Required Qualifications: A Masters degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or equivalent Degree in accounting with CPA(K), ACCA or equivalent 10 years of post-qualification experience in financial management with at least 5 years in a senior position in a reputable NGO or development agency

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Ability to communicate and to confidently engage with high ranking government and donor partners

Trustworthy and track record of impeccable integrity Conversant with USAID financial guidelines/regulations Computer literacy, particularly working knowledge of QuickBooks and MS office

Interested applicants should send a CV with three (3) referees and cover letter to HR-Kenya@jhpiego.net not later than 14th October 2011.

Please indicate how your education and experience qualifies you for the position. Candidates who had applied earlier need not apply. Only those selected for the interview will be contacted. Jhpiego is an equal opportunity employer.

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION MANAGER (RE-ADVERTISED) (14 October 2011) Reporting to the Finance & Administration Director, the Senior Administration Manager will provide leadership in administrative services for effective support to Jhpiegos programs.

S/he will develop and manage systems in security, procurement, ICT, physical facilities, assets management and transport systems to ensure the integrity and smooth running of the offices.

Responsibilities: Provide overall leadership to all administrative operations Establish administrative systems, standard operation procedures and provide guidance on implementation for smooth office operations Review policies, procedures and systems for effective internal controls, cost control and compliance to policy Innovate on systems to improve efficiency and cost-effectiveness of the administrative operations Oversee local, and international travel, procurement, shipments and safe custody of assets Review and advice on administrative matters including leases, statutory requirements and contracts with third parties. Advise senior management on all administrative matters Mentor, motivate and supervise staff in the section

Required Qualifications Must have MBA degree or equivalent Minimum of 10 years experience in managing administration functions with at least 5 years in a senior position in a reputable NGO or development agency

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Ability to communicate and to confidently engage with senior management Trustworthy and track record of impeccable integrity Experienced in managing teams and supervising multi cultural staff Excellent organizational skills including the ability to multitask even under pressure of deadlines Excellent interpersonal skills and with pleasant and outgoing personality Computer literacy, particularly working knowledge of MS office.

Interested applicants should send a CV with three (3) referees and cover letter to HR-Kenya@jhpiego.net not later than 14th October 2011.

Please indicate how your education and experience qualifies you for the position. Candidates who had applied earlier need not apply. Only those selected for the interview will be contacted. Jhpiego is an equal opportunity employer.

MADHVANI GROUP Madhvani Group, a leading international professionally managed industrial /service group that has diversified into hotel / tourism requires the following personnel for their Five Star / Luxury Safari Lodges, located in National Parks each with over 50 guest rooms, swimming pool, health club, conference facilities, business centre, etc.

GENERAL MANAGER (SAFARI LODGE) (10 October 2011) The General Manager will be responsible for day-to-day operations of the lodge and for achieving guest satisfaction standards and agreed financial targets while maintaining & improving its world-class ratings.

The candidate should have professional qualifications in hotel management with 15 years of relevant experience out of which 5 years should be in senior executive position in a 5 star hotel / Safari lodges.

Candidates interested and willing to work in East /Central Africa only, apply by 10th October 2011, mentioning the contact telephone nos., current and expected remuneration on e-mail to

ghrm@madhvani.org

EXECUTIVE CHEF (10 October 2011) The safari lodges have multiple outlets and a substantial banqueting operation.

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Reporting to the General Manager the incumbent will be responsible for developing menus, ensuring quality food preparation and presentation, budgeting & menu analysis as well as training the local employees.

The candidate should have suitable professional qualifications with 10 years of relevant experience with European and International cuisine. He should have a successful track record in people & kitchen management.

The above positions carry attractive compensation package and good working atmosphere with excellent savings potential, local living expenses, family housing, travel for self & family, gratuity, medical, etc.

Candidates interested and willing to work in East /Central Africa only, apply by 10th October 2011, mentioning the contact telephone nos., current and expected remuneration on e-mail to

ghrm@madhvani.org

UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI

PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION- AC/9/407/11 (1 POST) - (R&T) (14 October 2011) Applicants must be holders of a Ph.D. degree in Political Science from a recognized university. They must have at least ten (10) years teaching experience at both undergraduate and postgraduate degree level, three (3) of which must be at Associate Professor level. They must have supervised at least three (3) PhD and five (5) Masters students to completion, at least six (6) publications in refereed journals or 3 publications in refereed journals and 3 chapters in scholarly books since the last promotion. They should demonstrate competence in teaching and research in at least two (2) of the following sub- fields of Political Science:- Comparative Politics, International Relations, Public Administration, Political Economy, Political Sociology and Political Theory.

The successful candidates will be expected to provide academic leadership, teach at both undergraduate and postgraduate students, organize and guide research programs, and undertake further research in

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their areas of specialization. They will also be expected to participate in School and College activities such as curriculum development among other administrative duties.

NOTE: Applicants for academic posts (AC) should forward ten (10) should forward ten (10) copies of their application letters accompanied by similar number of certified copies of certificates and C.Vs giving details of their qualifications, experience, research activities and publications they appear in. Applicants for non-academic posts (AD) should submit seven (7) of the above supporting documents and applications letter.

In both cases, applications and related documents should be forwarded through the applicants heads of departments and applicants should state their current designations and salaries and other benefits attached to those designations. They should quote post reference codes as shown for each posts in the advertisement.

CODES

Applications should be addressed as per the codes below:-

R&T The Deputy Registrar, Recruitment & Training Section, P.O Box 30197-00100 Nairobi CHS The Principal, College of Health Sciences, P.O Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CAVS The Principal, College of Agriculture & Veterinary Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CHSS The Principal, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi. CEES The Principal, College of Education & External Studies, Box 30197-00100, Nairobi.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 14th October 2011 ONLY SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED

ELIZABETH GLASER PEDIATRIC AIDS FOUNDATION

CHIEF OF PARTY/ PROJECT DIRECTOR (30 November 2011) Location: Nairobi, Kenya Job Code: IPR1555 # of openings: 1

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Description The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) is one of the worlds largest organizations working in the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS and is the leading organization in the prevention and treatment of pediatric HIV/AIDS. In Kenya, EGPAF works with international donors, national stakeholders, and non-governmental organizations to deliver high quality health services to populations most in need. EGPAF is seeking a Chief of Party (COP) / Project Director for anticipated released of a USAID-funded National Level Service Delivery Project. The position is contingent upon award of the proposal.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities The COP will provide management, programmatic, and technical leadership for project implementation. The COP will be responsible for the overall strategic and programmatic direction of the project, including financial, administrative, operational support, and management. The COP will report to EGPAF- Kenyas Country Director, and will be responsible for the oversight of project activities driving the delivery of results for the donor.

Required Qualifications MPH, MD, MBA, or similar degree/education level. Experience managing large donor-funded projects, delivering results against a complex set of programmatic activities, experience in Kenya is a plus At least ten years successful experience managing US government grants or cooperative agreements with particular experience with PEPFAR and GHI an asset. Demonstrated experience in managing a team of professional project staff. Fluency in English.

EGPAF will also be seeking qualified candidates to fill additional anticipated project positions, including Operations Manager, Finance Manager, and Technical Advisors in HIV/AIDS, Maternal and Child Health, Nutrition, Health Systems Strengthening and other areas.

Candidates: Interested candidates should send a CV and cover letter to kenyarecruitment@pedaids.org by November 30, 2011

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IBM

INFRASTRUCTURE ARCHITECT Job ID: GTS-0437301 Job type: Full-time Regular Work country: Kenya Posted: 27-Sep-2011 Work city: Nairobi Job area: IT & Telecommunications (non consulting) Travel: 75% travel annually Job category: Architect Business unit: Strat Outsrcng Job role: Infrastructure Architect Job role skillset: Infrastructure Architecture & Design Commissionable/Sales-Incentive jobs only: No

Job description Experience in interpreting architectural requirements, and designing end to end solutions across diverse operating systems, storage, middle ware, network and security, while utilizing input from technical SMEs. Demonstrated experience in Windows Active Directory enterprise-wide deployments and migrations at technical design, specialist and support levels. Experience with Microsoft products such as MS Exchange Server, MS SQL Server, MS HIS Server, IIS Server, MS ISA Server, Netware Demonstrated experience designing and solutioning IBM AIX operating system and pSeries infrastructure including virtualisation Technologies. Sound knowledge IBM and other of Storage technologies including N-Series, SANs, EMC, DS Technologies. Knowledge of LAN, WAN, VLAN and networking technologies, components and protocols.

Required High School Diploma/GED At least 9 years experience in Windows / Microsoft Products At least 9 years experience in AIX / pSeries / Redhat At least 9 years experience in Storage Technologies and Networking technologies At least 9 years experience in Communication Skills and Teaming skills At least 9 years experience in Problem Solving skills At least 9 years experience in Documentation

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At least 9 years experience in Flexibility and be able to meet deadlines English: Fluent

Preferred Bachelor's Degree At least 10 years experience in Windows/ Microsoft Products At least 10 years experience in AIX/ pSeries/ Redhat At least 10 years experience in Storage Technologies and Networking technologies At least 10 years experience in Communication Skills and Teaming skills At least 10 years experience in Problem Solving skills At least 10 years experience in Documentation At least 10 years experience in Flexibility and be able to meet deadlines

IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

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