Supply Chain, a department within the Supply Chain & Administration Division of Safaricom Ltd is responsible for purchasing and management of all company stocks.

To build on the existing team of professionals, the department is now looking to fill the following position.



Inventory Controller. Ref: SCA – IC – JAN 11


Reporting to the Inventory Manager, job holder’s key responsibilities will be:
  • Manage inventory both physically and in the Oracle system;
  • Monitor stock levels in Safaricom’s Warehouse and initiate action to optimize stocking;
  • Conduct and reconcile cycle counts between Oracle, issued documents and physical;
  • Daily monitoring of goods in transit in oracle;
  • Reduce the company’s exposure to obsolescence risk by producing monthly reports to highlight suppression’s and obsolescence and taking steps with relevant departments to reduce losses;
  • Ensure the Warehouse follows proper procedures to promote accountability of stocks with clear Audit trails;
  • Prepare weekly cycle counts reports on stock levels.
The ideal candidate should possess the following skills and competencies:
  • Bachelor of Commerce/Economics degree from a recognized university;
  • At least 2-3 years experience in Supply Chain function;
  • Professional Certification like CSCP, CPIM or CIPS certification (minimum foundation level 4);
  • Knowledge of Oracle Inventory Management will be a distinct advantage;
  • Excellent working knowledge with Ms Office;
  • A highly innovative, results oriented individual with excellent analytical skills;
  • A proven team player with excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
If you meet the requirements and are self driven, proactive, highly innovative and up to the challenge, please send your resume and application letter quoting the job reference number to the address below.

All applications must be delivered on or before Wednesday, 2nd February 2011.

The Senior Manager – Talent Acquisition,
Safaricom Limited.
Via email to: hr@safaricom.co.ke

Plan is an international child-centred community development organization without political, religious or governmental affiliations. Child sponsorship is the basic foundation of the organization.

Objective
  • To determine benchmarks for the objectives set out in 5 Programs under the new Country Strategy Plan (CSP) for 2011 to 2015.
Scope and Coverage
The Program Baselines will cover all Program Units in which Plan currently works including the Country Office, as well as validly sampled Government Ministries, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and other partners. The baseline study will be qualitative, quantitative and participatory process which includes the opinions of children.

Terms of Reference
The TOR will include determining the status of indicators for the objectives in health, education, livelihood, water and sanitation, governance and child protection programs.
Interested consultancy firms are requested to collect a copy of the full Terms of Reference (free of charge) at the address provided below or contact this e-mail address: job.ireri@plan-international.org

Requirements
Plan Kenya invites eligible consulting firms or research institutions to forward their Expressions of Interest in providing these services during the months of February to March 2011. The consulting firms are expected to submit a technical proposal and a financial proposal, separately.
The consulting firm must demonstrate experience in similar assignment in Kenya in the last four years and the team must be well-grounded in social science with excellent skills in research, strategy development and rights based approaches to development. The consulting team will sign and adhere to Plan Kenya’s Child Protection Policy (CPP).

The completed expression of interest documents in writing must be delivered to the address below or deposited in the Tender Box situated at the Reception of Plan Kenya Country Office so as to be received on or before 9th February 2011 at 1200 hours Kenyan local time.
The expression of interest must be in blank sealed envelopes clearly marked ‘’TENDER FOR COUNTRY PROGRAM BASELINE STUDY’’ and addressed to:

The Tender Committee,
Plan International Kenya,
Dennis Pritt Road,
Opposite SilverOak Kindergarten,
P.O. Box 25196 – 00603, Lavington
Nairobi. Kenya.

Plan is an international child-centred community development organization without political, religious or governmental affiliations.

Objective
  • To assess the relevance, effectiveness and appropriateness of the strategy which Plan has followed for the last 5 years in working with community based organisation and to recommend changes or alternative approaches.
Scope and Coverage
  • The scope of the study will include comprehensive literature review and the design and implementation of a survey of sampled CBOs
Terms of Reference
The consultancy will consider such areas as relevance, governance, representation, accountability and legitimacy. Interested consultancy firms may obtain a copy of the full Terms of Reference (free of charge) at the address provided below or contact this e-mail address: job.ireri@planinternational.org

Requirements
Eligible consulting organisations will be required to provide their full proposals on standard formats by the end of 14 February. They will need to submit both technical and financial proposals separately.

Consultants must demonstrate experience in similar assignments in Kenya in the last four years., be well-grounded in social science with excellent knowledge of organizational development. The selected consultant must sign and adhere to Plan’s Child Protection Policy.

The completed expression of interest documents must be delivered to the address below and received before 1200 hours on 4th February 2011. All documents must be in a single, blank sealed envelope clearly marked ‘’TENDER FOR REVIEW OF CBO FRAMEWORK’’ and addressed to:

The Tender Committee,
Plan International Kenya,
Dennis Pritt Road,
Opposite SilverOak Kindergarten,
P.O. Box 25196 – 00603, Lavington
Nairobi. Kenya.

Kids Alive Kenya is a faith-based charitable organization which rescues orphans and vulnerable children, restores their dignity and gives them hope for the future. We do this by creating safe family-based homes, schools and community programs.

The Boys’ Home is located in Nyeri County, Kieni East, Lusoi. The Home provides care for boys ranging from 6 – 18 years of age. The Boys Home has a Children’s Home, a farm and a Home School.

We are looking for a God fearing, dynamic, confident, results-oriented Manager to provide
programmatic and spiritual leadership at the Boys’ Home and within the neighboring community through the “Keeping Families Together’ Program.

Responsibilities:
Oversee the day-to-day program of care for the Boys at the Home, including their
physical, social, emotional, educational and spiritual growth;
Oversee the management of finances and administration at the Home;
Lead, support and develop the staff team at the Home;
Develop positive working links between the Home and the local community.

The ideal position holder must be a born-again Christian who demonstrates genuine love and
passion for children. He shall be computer literate, and is able to work under pressure. The
successful candidate shall be accommodated at the Boys Home.

Educational Requirements
A degree holder in social work/youth ministry with at least 3 years work experience or a
diploma with 5 years experience working with children in difficult circumstances.
Training in HIV/AIDS care, counseling and good knowledge of NGO management.
Specific working experience with children ministries for at least 3 years
The following competencies are essential:-
Proactive, self motivated, flexible and a strong team player
Leadership and accounting experience
A working knowledge of dealing with communities

Additional Requirements
Good people management skills
Good communication skills both oral and written.

Please send your application and detailed c.v. with at least three referees, one being your Church Pastor, stating your expected salary by January 31, 2011

Address:
The National Director, Kids Alive Kenya, P.O. BOX 506-00606,NAIROBI 

Capital Markets Authority (CMA) is a statutory agency charged with the responsibility of regulating and developing efficient capital markets in Kenya.

The Authority invites applications from qualified, competent and experienced candidates for the following position: Human Capital Officer HRD/HCO /2011

Reporting to the Assistant Manager Human Capital and Administration, the selected candidate will be 

Responsibilities:
  • Updating and maintaining employee records and ensuring integrity of data and information related to management and development of human resource programmes and activities
  • Assisting in the implementation of the training plan and supporting the training and development function
  • Assist with the administration of recruitment process
  • Administering employee benefits
  • Providing input in the review of human resource policies
  • Administering staff welfare matters
  • Preparation of regular human resource departmental status reports
  • Administering the probationary evaluation reports
The ideal candidate should possess:
  • Bachelors degree in Human Resource Management or a relevant Bachelors degree
  • Diploma in Human Resource Management is an added advantage
  • Minimum of 2 years relevant work experience
  • Proficiency in IT especially computerized human resource information systems and other relevant software packages
  • Good understanding of labour laws
In addition, the candidate should be a high performer, goal oriented, possess strong interpersonal and problem solving skills, able to meet deadlines, and have a strong attention to detail.

If your background, experience and competence match the above specifications, please send your application, including your current curriculum vitae, salary history, three referees (one of who must be either your current or previous employer), day telephone number, e-mail address and details of your current salary and benefits to:

Chief Executive
Capital Markets Authority
P.O Box 74800 – 00200
Nairobi

The closing date is 9th February 2011.


Youth Alive! Kenya seek to recruit a suitable young person to join its impressive team of professionals as a Project Assistant-Counseling.

Working under the direct supervision of the Programme Officer, Health the position entails supporting the direct implementation of project activities specifically counselling within 6 target institutions in Nairobi and Kiambu Districts.

The engagement is for an initial two months with possibility of extension.

Specific Duties & Responsibilities
  • Spearhead the provision of counselling services to children within the project
  • Support the implementation of all direct activities within the institution with a special emphasis on provision of health and life skills education within the partner institution
  • Ensure the establishment and maintenance of ethical cognitive and psychosocial support systems within the partner institutions
  • Conduct ongoing monitoring and periodic evaluation of the institutional psychosocial support systems recommending remedial/corrective action
  • In consultation with relevant governmental authorities and other stakeholders assist in stakeholders assist in the identification of critical elements for the effective psychosocial support systems and assist in the documentation of the same
  • Under the guidance of the programme officer assist in the development of all technical information strategies and materials necessary to undertake project trainings and drive project activities
  • Mobilize community groups and other relevant stakeholders to actively participate in the project processes
  • Any other duty that you may be called upon to execute from time to time
Desired Skills & Qualifications
  • Must be between the ages of 25 and 30 years;
  • Must be a certified counsellor from an accredited institution of higher learning
  • Must have demonstrated experience in counselling. Experience in counselling children in difficult circumstances is an added advantage
  • Must have a strong disposition to and experience in working with disadvantaged children and youth
  • Training and/or experience in Public Health and/or Social Work will be an added advantage
  • Must have excellent interpersonal, communication and writing skills with fluency in English;
  • Must be a team player with the ability to work with others to achieve high goals in a fast paced and culturally diverse environment;
  • Must be a self-starter with ambition who can work independently and handle multiple priorities and deadlines;
  • Must be an outstanding role model for young people, of unquestionable integrity and high ethical standards.
If you believe you merit our consideration, please email us your letter of application alongside detailed Curriculum Vitae with three referees, email and day-time telephone contacts to be received by the close of business on the January 31st 2011 to hr@youthalivekenya.org.
The email should have a subject line: PROJECT COUNSELOR.

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