All Saints Cathedral Nairobi invites applications for person interested in position of:

Job title: Hospitality Manager

Job Group: 3

Department: Administration

Responsible to: Cathedral Administrator

Overall objective

To manage the hospitality and general facilities of the Cathedral and its institutions.

Responsibilities
  • Manage the day to day running of the halls and other meeting rooms, including daily maintenance and utilization of facilities.
  • Prepare and supervise maintenance contracts e.g. cleaning, sanitary, equipment etc.
  • Inspect facilities and ascertain their condition and make recommendations for repair to the Property Management Committee.
  • Maximize revenues from space available while providing fully for all ministries needs for use of rooms.
  • Oversee of all housekeeping and catering matters of the Cathedral and its institutions.
  • Attend to all correspondence relating to hiring and maintenance of facilities including offer letters for hiring of facilities.
  • Manage all Church outdoor events.
  • In liaison with the Provost handle all public relations issues concerning the facilities.
  • Work with the hospitality team to ensure all visitors to the Cathedral have a hospitable experience.
  • Serve in the Property Management Committee and the Investment and Property Committee.
  • Responsible for the following staff
  1. Kitchen staff
  2. Cleaning & Housekeeping
  3. Grounds staff
Qualifications:
  • Higher Diploma in Institutional Management or Hotel Management, a degree will be an added advantage.
Other Competencies/Abilities/Skills Required
  • Public Relations
  • Excellent leadership and management abilities
  • Knowledge in marketing
  • Computer literate
  • Mature Christian
  • Customer service abilities
  • Between age 30 and 40
Relevant Job Experience

Three years experience in a similar position.

Job Title: Building Maintenance Officer

Department: Administration

Report to: Hospitality Manager

Main Purpose of Job

To manage the building and maintenance activities to ensure proper upkeep of Cathedral facilities.

Responsibilities
  • Undertake tasks and assignments related to building construction, repair maintenance.
  • Undertake condition surveys of properties and ensure effective periodic valuations with scheduled inspection of all Cathedral properties.
  • Preparation of reports and submissions on issues relating to building maintenance and provide oral and written advice to the Hospitality Manager.
  • Inform the Cathedral of occurrences which may negatively affect the value of property.
  • Recommend and prepare bids of service providers for maintenance of Cathedral properties in accordance with Cathedral procurement guidelines.
  • Ensure that services provided in Council’s properties are cost-effective and reliable.
  • Supervise and document common area maintenance, repairs, and general upkeep of properties.
  • Administer the acquisition and disposal processes relating to Cathedral immovable properties.
  • Undertake any other duties as may be assigned by the management from time to time.
Academic Qualifications
  • Diploma or Higher Diploma in a Civil Engineering or Building Construction.
Other Competencies/Abilities/Skills Required
  • Good working knowledge of health and safety legislation including the construction regulations.
  • Good understanding of the key trades and accepted standards of workmanship.
  • Experience in managing a diverse range of job requests with competing deadlines and resources
  • Valid Driving license.
Relevant Job Experience

At least 3 years’ experience in construction and property maintenance.

Job Title: Clerk of Works (1 Year Contract)

Department: Administration

Report to: Cathedral Administrator

Main Purpose of Job

To manage the building and maintenance activities to ensure proper upkeep of Cathedral facilities.

Responsibilities
  • The primary duty shall be to act as an inspector on behalf of the Architect under their direction, and the Contractor shall afford every reasonable facility for the performance of that duty.
  • The clerk of works shall at all times communicate in writing (monthly reports, fortnightly reports, weekly reports and memos) to the Architect. All communication to the Architect shall be copied to the client.
  • The Clerk of Works shall not at all issue direct instructions to the Contractor. The Architect shall be the one to communicate to the Contractor.
  • The Clerk of Works, as every other member of the Construction Team is expected to carry his duties with reasonable care and with diligence and dispatch.
  • In addition the Clerk of Works, by his personality and demeanor, will make a vital contribution to the successful working of the Construction Team.
  • The Clerk of Works is responsible to the Architect.
  • He acts as the inspector on site to ensure that the Architect is made aware if the Contractor deviates from carrying out the works in strict accordance with the contract specifications and drawings.
  • In certain circumstances he may use such directions as he is empowered to do under the contract, but in accordance with the policies set down by the Architect at the time of his appointment.
  • He should record and report progress, conditions, events, deviations and information necessary for a proper evaluation of the Contractor’s performance, both currently and, if required, retrospectively.
  • He will, from time to time, assist other members of the building team in accordance with the policies set down by the Architect.
Academic Qualifications
  • Diploma or Higher Diploma in a Civil Engineering or Building Construction.
Other Competencies/Abilities/Skills Required
  • Good working knowledge of health and safety legislation including the construction regulations.
  • Good understanding of the key trades and accepted standards of workmanship.
  • Experience in managing a diverse range of job requests with competing deadlines and resources.
  • Valid Driving license.
Relevant Job Experience

At least 3 years’ experience in supervision of a construction site.

Applications should be sent to

The Provost,
All Saints’ Cathedral,
P. O. Box 40539 – 00100,
Nairobi

On or before 15th March 2011.


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Applications are invited for the following teaching posts for September 2011.

Secondary Section

1. Biology / Chemistry — ‘A’ Level

2. Psychology — ‘A’ Level

3. ICT-’A’ Level

4. Spanish—’A’ Level

5. Accounting — ‘A’ Level

6. Business Studies — ‘A’ Level

7. Physics — ‘A’ Level

8. Law-’A’ Level

The applicants should:
  • Possess a Bachelor’s degree in the relevant subject(s). (A Masters Degree will be an added advantage)
  • Be computer literate
  • Have exposure to the British National Curriculum
  • Have a minimum of 5 years teaching experience.
Primary Section
  1. Key Stage 1
  2. Key Stage 2
The applicants should:
  • Have the relevant teaching qualifications
  • Be competent in teaching English and Mathematics
  • Be computer literate
  • Have exposure to the British National Curriculum
  • Have a minimum of 5 years teaching experience.
Application letters with a detailed CV, 2 passports size photographs and 3 referees should be forwarded on or before 19 March 2011 to:

The Administrator
Premier Academy
P.O. Box 39513 - 00623, Nairobi
Email: admin.pa@premier-sri.ac.ke

Only short listed candidates will be contacted

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A Dynamic Protestant Church in the Eastland’s Region of Nairobi wishes to fill the following positions in its Organizational Structure.

Deputy Senior Pastor/Church Administrator

Person Specification:
  • Born again Christian and exhibiting a personal and growing relationship with God and a health Christian life.
  • Must be an ordained Minister
  • Must posses a masters degree in Theology, Divinity, Christian ministries or equivalent qualification from a recognized Theological College, and with basic training in Administration and management.
  • Should have an approachable and outgoing personality
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in English and Kiswahili
  • Must have proven abilities in organizational Leadership
  • Must have excellent computer skills
  • Must have a minimum of 7 (seven) years experience in church pulpit ministry and church administration 3 (three) of which must be at senior level.
  • Must be a team player and result oriented with planning and negotiation skills.
Job Description
  • To deputize the Senior Pastor.
  • He/she will be responsible for the day today administration of the church affairs.
  • To prepare and preach sermons as scheduled by the Pastor in charge.
  • To administer other functions such as weddings, funerals etc.
  • Ensure compliance to all government and statutory rules and regulation in relation to church activities.
  • Perform all HR related functions including performance management; lead the Staff Team, encouraging their spiritual growth and skill development.
  • To devote adequate time to personal development in order to keep abreast of changes as demanded by his duties and responsibilities
  • He/she will be the secretary to the core team and will oversee the implementation of the council’s resolutions as well as its strategic plans.
  • Will ensure that all church property and assets are well maintained.
  • He/she will co-ordinate procurement, maintenance of inventory and other records.
  • Will perform any other relevant duties as may be assigned by the core team and the Senior Pastor from time to time.
Youth and Sunday School Pastor

Job Purpose: The person will double as the Youth and Sunday school Pastor. He/she must be able to work with very dynamic youth groups, and must posses relevant skills to develop and nurture both new and existing programs.

In addition, the person will organize and lead all Sunday school programs. The person will be a team player providing leadership to the team of Sunday school teachers.

He/she will seek to conduct and improve the services of the Sunday school including providing relevant materials, planning for the programs and other motivating activities for the children.

Person Specifications:
  • Born again Christian and exhibiting a personal and growing relationship with God and a health Christian life.
  • Must posses a minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Theology from a recognized Theological College. Training in counseling will be an added advantage.
  • A minimum of 3 (three) years working experience in Youth and Sunday school ministries in a large congregation.
  • Must posses’ excellent counseling skills.
  • Must be a team player and role model with excellent communication and computer skills.
Duties will include:
  • To oversee and organize both the youth and Sunday school ministries.
  • Develop or source materials in conjunction with the Pastor in charge or his appointee.
  • Follow up on special needs for the youth in the church.
  • Make visitations in hospitals, homes, schools, colleges etc as needs arises.
  • Provide counseling and spiritual direction to the youth.
  • Will be responsible for the classification of Sunday school classes based on age and class groups.
  • Develop and implement annual programs for the Youth and Sunday school.
  • Preparation of material appropriate for the various ages/classes either by developing or sourcing from printers in consultation with the Senior Pastor.
  • Lead the Sunday school teachers and volunteers.
  • Develop criteria for selection of Sunday school teachers and recommendation for special training for those needing training.
  • Follow-up on children with special needs.
  • Will perform any other relevant duties as may be assigned by the core team and the Senior Pastor from time to time.
Applications

Applications should include a covering letter, detailed resume, copies of the relevant Credentials, current and expected remuneration, mailing addresses, telephone numbers (include your day time telephone number) and names and e-mail addresses of three referees and will be addressed to:

DNA/No. 904
P.O. Box 49010 - 00100,
Nairobi

Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Deadline for application is March 11th 2011 before 5.00pm.

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Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims

Undergraduate Scholarship Programme for Muslim Communities in Non-Member Countries Announcement

For Academic Year 1432H (2011-2012)

1. The Islamic Development Bank (IDB), Jeddah, Saudi Arabia is pleased to announce the availability of Scholarships for undergraduate study under “the IDB Scholarship Programme for Muslim Communities in Kenya”.

2. The IDB Scholarship Programme offers Scholarships to the selected candidates to pursue undergraduate study in the fields of Medicine, Engineering, Agriculture and related subjects. The scholarship covers:-
  • Monthly stipends
  • Books & Clothes Allowance
  • Tuition fees (wherever agreed and apply)
  • Medical coverage (only through government or state sponsored hospitals)
  • Returned air-tickets to join study and after graduation (for students who study abroad only)
3. Prospective applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria:
  • Age not over 24 years
  • Confirmed students’ first year admission in approved professional course
  • Holder of K.C.S.E B+ and above with very good grades in English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology
  • Financial needy
  • Committed Muslim and citizen to serve their community
  • Not recipient of any other scholarship
  • Must have National Identification Card
4. The Scholarship is an interest-free loan (Qard Hassan) to the students to be repaid after graduation in easy installments to IDB Education Trust-Kenya.

5. Interested applicants should collect application forms free of charge from:-

Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims-Nairobi and return them duly filled with copies of all necessary documents, certificates e.t.c on or before 5th April 2011 for serialization.

This exercise is very competitive and transparent.

Canvassing is not allowed.

For further information please contact:-

Yusuf W.Murabwa
Executive Officer
Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims
P.O.Box 45163-00100, Tel: 2243109


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