Asst. Sales Leaders

Location: Thika and Nyeri

Reporting to: Sales Leaders

Key Responsibilities
  • Deliver on sales targets
  • Growth in business volumes and customer numbers
  • Provide excellent customer service.
  • Seek customer feedback on E-Plus products and services
  • Provide regular Sales reports.
Qualifications & Experience
  • A university degree or Diploma in Sales and Marketing/Business Diploma from a recognized institution.
  • At least 1 year experience in sales within the insurance industry A MUST
  • Excellent analytical and interpersonal skills.
  • Experience in sales will be an added advantage
  • A passion and commitment to quality service performance.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to meet stringent targets within defined deadlines.
How to apply

Send your application and a detailed CV to

For more information visit:

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Job: Programme Manager - Construction

Location: Nairobi, Kenya

About Bridge International Academies

Bridge International Academies is a startup revolutionizing education across Africa with a truly unique business model. The company has launched a large-scale franchise-like network of ultra low-cost for-profit private primary schools across Africa.

Our schools profitably deliver high-quality education for less than $4 per child per month, enabling local school managers to operate their school businesses profitably, while creating a highly successful business at the central level. We now have 25 schools in Kenya, and plan to rapidly scale the company to serve more than 1 million students.

About this position

Bridge International Academies is looking a strong Programme Manager to help our construction team manage the scheduling and resource allocation of its construction projects.

The individual must be very comfortable using project management tools and must have managed projects with complex resource allocations. Relevant experience in the field of construction will be an added advantage.

More specifically:
  • The individual will be managing anywhere from 10-30 construction projects simultaneously. These projects are not complex, but the deadlines are tight (less than 6 weeks) and the resources are limited. As a result it will be very important to know exactly how every resource is prioritized and allocated for every hour of every day.
  • Working in informal settlements can be very challenging and often requires many last minute changes to the priorities and schedules. The individual will need to be comfortable making last minute adjustments and redeploying resources to meet the priorities of the company.
  • Besides ensuring that resources are moving tasks forward in the correct places, the Programme Manager will need to ensure that we have timely payments to suppliers, fundis, and labourers. This means ensuring the work is done and scheduling the payments in time, so that the Finance team has time to process the payment and Site Manager has time to pay his team before they break for the day.
Other responsibilities include:
  • Timely decision-making for effective allocation/re-allocation of resources within priorities that change on a day-to-day basis.
  • Definition of a regular system of review of work progress and resource allocation in order to provide a useful overview of the whole of the ongoing construction work.
  • Create master work programmes, based on baseline nested work programmes, for all on-going projects.
  • Collect and collate weekly work plans from the field, into the programmes and evaluate project status for decision making on resource allocations.
  • Prepare, based on the programmes, schedules of labour, materials, payment and other information as required.
  • Prepare daily, weekly and monthly reports on resource utilization for review by the Construction Team.
About You
  • Minimum of 8 to 10 years experience in project management, including projects that have multiple resources that need to be scheduled in and out of the project over the life cycle of the project to optimize costs.
  • An expert level knowledge of how to effectively use Gantt charts, including complete fluency in Microsoft Project or equivalent program. You should also be able to create Gantt charts with Excel.
  • Must be able to manage competing demands, accept criticism and constructive feedback, while being extremely adaptable and flexible.
  • Excellent writing and oral communication skills are required
  • Ability to identify potential problems, conflicts, and delays before they become an issue and communicate them clearly to the Head of Department.
  • Good people management skills that result in timely completion of deliverables.
  • Demonstrated ability to solve problems.
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Excel.
How to apply

Applicants should go to Bridge International Academies website – job postings - where all the new jobs are listed

Deadline for applications: 4th March 2011

GOK / UNFPA 7th Country Programme (2009-2013)

Consultants for Midterm Review

Vacancy No: VA/FPA/KEN/01/2011

Closing Date: 7th March 2011 (5pm)

Post Title: Consultant(s)

Post Type: Special Service Agreement

UNFPA wishes to nationally recruit a team of three qualified and dedicated consultants who will be charged with the responsibility of conducting the midterm review of the GOK/UNFPA 7th Country Programme and preparing the Country Brief and/or other technical papers as may be required.

The consultants will be responsible for the three core programme components of UNFPA, namely:

(i) Population and Development (PD) – (team leader);

(ii) Reproductive Health and Rights (RH&R); and

(iii) Gender Equality (GE).

The GOK/UNFPA 7th Country Programme responds to selected national priorities in the social and political pillars of Kenya Vision 2030, which is the country’s blueprint covering the period 2008 to 2030.

The Country Programme has been designed to contribute to the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) outcomes, while ensuring linkages with the UNFPA Strategic Plan, which is the centerpiece for organizational programming, management and accountability for the period 2008-2013.

The goal of the Seventh Country Programme is to contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of the people of Kenya, which will contribute to the First Medium Term Plan (MTP I) of Kenya’s Vision 2010.

The consultant on Population and Development will be the team leader and will in this capacity coordinate the activities of his/her co-consultants and assess the extent to which the various outputs contribute in meeting the aims of the GOK/UNFPA 7th Country Programme and the Government’s overall population objectives as they relate to the ICPD and ICPD+5 goals.

He/she will coordinate the inputs of co-consultants as well as write the comprehensive and synthesized report of the Country Programme.

Profile of the Consultants

Consultant for Population and Development/Lead Consultant:
  • At least a Master’s Degree in a Population related subject, or any other relevant field;
  • extensive national and international experience in monitoring and evaluation of programme population and development programmes.
  • Experience on evaluation of UN supported programmes will be an added advantage.
Consultant for Reproductive Health and Rights:
  • Master’s Degree in Public Health, or any other relevant field;
  • extensive national and international experience in monitoring and evaluation of programme Reproductive Health programmes.
  • Experience on evaluation of UN supported programmes will be an added advantage.
Consultant for Gender Equality:
  • Master’s Degree in Gender and Development Studies, or any other relevant field;
  • extensive national and international experience in monitoring and evaluation of Gender Programmes;
  • Experience on evaluation of UN supported programmes will be an added advantage.
Terms of Service

The fees for the consultancy will follow the UN regulations and in consultation with the UNFPA Country Office. In addition, the consultants will be provided with the necessary administrative and logistical support to enable them deliver on the expected outputs.

Applicants should give full details of educational and professional qualifications, work experience, telephone number, email address and attach copies of certificates and testimonials.

Applications with current CV should be addressed to: and must be clearly marked the programme component of interest (PD, RH&R or GE), to be received on or before Tuesday 7th March, 2011.

For detailed TOR, please send request to

Job Title: Tour Consultant - German Speaking

Reports to: Management

Main Purpose of the job
  • To handle the German and English speaking market.
  • German market: series management (to handle allotment)
  • English speaking market: quotes and bookings.
Main Responsibilities
  • The candidate will have under his/her responsibility the management of the series of an important German client. It includes booking allotment, following the sales and updating the suppliers.
  • Finalizing files in due time (vouchers collection, transfers etc).
  • To handle requests and booking of the English speaking clients
Key Competencies / Skills
  • Understanding of business systems
  • Ability to transfer Skills \ Training
  • Work Ethic
  • Achievement focus
  • Self Motivation
  • Energetic and enthusiastic
  • Team Player
  • Multitasking Skills
  • Logical thinking
  • Technical knowledge
  • Good communication skills and sense of speech
  • Enthusiastic and motivated.
  • Sense of initiative.
  • Resistance to stress, sens of achievement
Required Qualifications
  • Tourism diploma ( alternatively business/management diploma )
  • German knowledge: good reading and comprehension skills, to be able to speak German are a plus.
  • Minimum 3 years.
Remuneration and Benefits
  • In and Out health cover
  • Between 30 000 and 50 000 Ksh net depending on the qualifications and experience
To apply for this position send your CV to quoting the position in the subject line.

Kindly also mention your current/ last salary and benefits.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

Terms of Reference for a Short Term Consultancy

Management Sciences for Health, a leading Health Development NGO, seeks the services of a qualified consultant to assist in the development of a comprehensive situational analysis of Kenyan health priorities as related to MSH strategic interests, and to facilitate a workshop with the MSH / Kenya senior leadership team resulting in identification of strategic priorities for the next 3 years.

The consultant will utilize a range of resources including public documents, assessments, international publications, interviews with key external and internal contacts, and MSH documents to determine a situational analysis of Kenyan health priorities.

The analysis will assess; Current and future public health priorities, an assessment of the country’s health system, geopolitical landscape, the economy and donor activity, key players & stakeholders in the environment.

Following the situational analysis, the consultant will plan for and facilitate a 3-day workshop with approximately 10-15 MSH / Kenya senior leaders to be able to analyze information from the situation analysis, identify MSH’s strategic goals and priorities and develop an outline for a 3-year strategic plan.

The consultant will deliver a concise report addressing the issues above, a 3-day workshop resulting in a consolidated report with outcomes as described above and an outline of Integrated Country Strategy with format to be provided.

The consultancy will take place over a 4 week period with up to 20 billable days of effort.

The ideal candidate will possess an advanced degree in public health; At least 5 years of experience in the Kenyan public health system with specific demonstrated experience in research, writing and preparing reports; experience workshop and meeting facilitation.

Chief of Party – HMIS Project

The Chief of Party is responsible for the leadership and management of an anticipated project in Kenya whose scope will involve providing technical assistance in HMIS to key partners.

He / She will serve as the primary project liaison from MSH to the donor and Government.

He / She will also ensure the achievement of results and accountability whilst leading the delivery of technical assistance to meet all projects objectives.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate ability to lead a professional team. He / She will possess a
minimum of 10 years senior-level experience designing, implementing, and managing large, complex, HMIS programs or projects in Africa or in developing countries elsewhere.

Previous Chief of Party or Project Director experience is required.

This position is contingent upon MSH receiving the project award.

For the detailed Term of Reference (TOR) or Job Description, and to apply, please visit the Employment Opportunities section of our website at by February 28, 2011.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

If you cannot apply online, or have difficulty doing so, please email an explanation of your problem to

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