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Internews Network is an international media development organization that has been deeply engaged with media in Kenya through several Health and Democracy and Governance (D&G) journalism training projects.

Internews Network is starting a new media & election project that will assist the Kenyan media in playing a positive role in information dissemination in the run up to the 2012 General Elections and is looking for four (4) new, competent staff members to implement the “Kenya Election and Political Processes Strengthening” (KEPPS) program.

Program Manager

The Program Manager will be responsible for the development, programmatic management and coordination of media training and production activities in election related areas, in collaboration with national and international partners and media houses.

The Manager will also be responsible for carrying out print journalism training.

S/he will supervise 3 positions.

Specific responsibilities:
 
  • Provide overall management including technical oversight and quality assurance
  • Design, coordinate and direct journalism training activities (workshops, mentoring sessions and roundtables) and other media & election related training activities in partnership with local media outlets, media regulatory bodies, and electoral institutions
  • Build and maintain relationships with media outlets, media development organization, electoral institutions and the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC)
  • Write reports on project activities
  • Commission researches
Qualifications:
  • Minimum of 5 years experience as a senior print journalist and at least 5 years news management experience
  • Experience managing projects funded by US and/or European agencies or international organizations
  • Experience training journalists or journalism students
  • BA in Journalism and/or Communications (minimum)
Skills:
  • Strong critical thinking and writing skills; excellent communication skills
  • Significant ability to analyze and interpret media reports
  • Thorough understanding of the political and social issues specific to Kenya
  • Proven interpersonal and networking skills with international organizations and donors
  • Strong organizational skills, with proven ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously set priorities, and work under minimum supervision
TV Trainer

The TV Trainer will carry out training and mentoring of TV journalists in election related thematic areas, prepare training events and materials and write reports on these activities.

Specific responsibilities:
  • Design and deliver modules of TV journalism training workshops.
  • Schedule post training mentoring sessions for journalists.
  • Train TV journalists in formal and informal settings to enable them capture election related stories that meet Internews’ standard of quality.
  • Organize and coordinate field productions of visual media features; equipment preparation, transport and other logistics arrangements.
  • Assist journalists on location with their technical needs; lighting, filming and sound recording. assist journalists with post production of their stories; script editing, voice recording, video editing
  • Establish and maintain an active contact database and strong relationships with partner journalists and TV stations appropriate for election related storytelling on Kenya TV.
  • Conduct research and complete all necessary paperwork in relation to the above tasks.
Qualifications:
  • Diploma in Journalism/ Communication (TV /Video/Film production) from a reputable Journalism training institution.
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience with a reputable Kenyan TV station.
Skills:
  • Knowledge on political and electoral issues in Kenya.
  • Media savvy with a good nose for news.
  • Competence in Camerawork, video editing using different non linear platforms and knowledge of appropriate video lighting
  • Experience in quality sound recording, multimedia production, script editing
  • Good research skills.
  • Demonstrated computer typing speed and skills in Microsoft Office Suite applications, including Word, Excel Project, PowerPoint and using the internet.
Radio Trainer

The Radio Trainer will carry out training and mentoring of radio journalists in election related thematic areas, prepare training events and materials and write reports on these activities.

Specific responsibilities:
  • Design and deliver modules of training workshops as per program plans, and schedule post training mentoring sessions for journalists.
  • Train radio journalists in program scripting and editing in formal and informal settings to enable them capture election related stories that meet Internews journalism standards of quality.
  • Mentor already trained radio journalists and partner journalists using the media resource centers including assisting them to conceptualize their stories as well as ensuring high creativity and credibility of stories produced.
  • Establish and maintain an active contact database and strong relationships with partner journalists and radio stations appropriate for election related storytelling on Kenya Radio.
  • Conduct research and complete all necessary paperwork in relation to the above tasks.
Qualifications:
  • BA in Journalism and/or Communications (minimum) from a reputable Journalism training institution.
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in a reputable Kenyan radio station.
Skills:
  • Knowledge on political and electoral issues in Kenya.
  • Media savvy with a good nose for news.
  • Competence in quality sound recording, script editing, and sound editing (CoolEdit, Adobe Audition)
  • Good research skills.
  • Demonstrated computer typing speed and skills in Microsoft Office Suite applications, including Word, Excel Project, PowerPoint and using the internet.
Programs Assistant

The overall role of the jobholder is to provide administrative support for the Democracy and Governance team with programme management responsibilities.

Specific responsibilities:
  • Front line administrative tasks including assisting in the planning of workshops, roundtables and other training events.
  • Draft budgets, collate cash expense receipts and voucher preparation for submission to the Internews Kenya Accountant.
  • Make travel arrangements for staff, board and volunteers.
  • File and retrieve organizational documents, records and reports.
  • Act as a primary point of contact for journalists benefiting from the project.
  • Collate cash expense receipts and voucher preparation for submission to the Internews Accountant.
  • Identify procurement needs and work closely with the procurement committee in overseeing the procurement process
  • Source for local vendors to supply goods and services in line with project needs.
  • Liaise with local community organizations and NGOs and act as their focal point to ensure an updated communication database.
Qualifications:
  • At least five (5) years experience in general office responsibilities and procedures.
  • Diploma in Business Administration
Skills:
  • Knowledge of principles and practices of office management, organization, planning, records management and general administration.
  • Demonstrated computer typing speed and skills in Microsoft Office Suite applications, including Word, Excel Project, PowerPoint and using the internet.
  • Ability to communicate effectively.
  • Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
  • Ability to operate standard office equipment, including but not limited to, computers and telephone systems.
To apply for these positions, please send your CV and cover letter to HR at hr.kenya@internews.org by 22 June, 2011

Subject line: KEPPS and title of the position

* E-mail applications only. No phone-calls or canvassing allowed.

* Women candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.

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Programme: GIZ – Health Sector Program

Position: Senior Programme Officer- Sexual Reproductive Health Component

Reports to: Component Head- Sexual Reproductive Health

Location: Nairobi

Background:

The Health sector is one of the priorities of German Development Cooperation (GDC) with Kenya. The overall objective of the German Programme is, “Access to good and affordable health care, particularly in reproductive health is improved.”

The German programme supports the Kenyan government in implementing the National Health Sector Strategic Plan as well as in the consecutive planning processes arising from the SWAP. The programme combines - as a cross – cutting issue - human rights aspects, HIV / AIDS and other areas.

Scope:

The Senior Programme Officer will support the Component Head in strategic, programmatic, administrative and financial management of the component activities with special focus on de-central level activities.

Responsibilities:
 
  • Management of de-central level RH activities according to the Programme Offer, the component objectives and the annual work plan ,
  • Support the RH component’s initiative to provide professional advice and input to, and to cooperate with, implementing partners and relevant stakeholders, and
  • Innovation and knowledge management as well as transmission of innovation to a wide range of persons
Within this context, s/he fulfils the following tasks:

Specific Tasks:
  • Responsible for planning, coordination and implementation of assigned SRH activities as per the component work plans, including travel to the respective GIZ focal districts. This will be done in close coordination with implementing partners and relevant stakeholders;
  • Represent the programme in relevant stakeholder forums including those dealing with policy and technical aspects
  • Networking, advocacy and public relations ;
  • Establish and maintain effective collaborative working arrangements with the Provincial / District Health Management Teams and future county teams;
  • Establish partnerships with relevant stakeholders in the GIZ focal districts in the area of SRH and strengthen existing ones;
  • Prepare the budget for assigned component activities and related financial documentation
  • Conceptualises, prepares and implements workshops, coordinates trainings, and other events as outlined in the SRH component work plan;
  • Supports the component head in monitoring and evaluation of the component activities. This includes review of relevant documents on progress of component activities, determining bottlenecks and recommending alternative courses of management action to the component head;
  • Supports research and study activities as outlined in the annual work plan, including appropriate input to the program reports/publications;
Additional Tasks:

Any other tasks assigned by the Component Head

Required Entry Qualifications and Competencies:
  • Post graduate degree in public health or related fields
  • Undergraduate degree in either health or natural sciences
  • Knowledge and experience with the medical, cultural and anthropological aspects of SRH including linkages to HIV/AIDS;
  • Knowledge and experience in gender and Reproductive rights issues;
  • Previous experience in policy dialogue and technical advisory role;
  • At least 5 years work experience in sexual reproductive health or related health programs within East Africa;
  • Previous management experience in a similar program is preferred, including financial oversight/management
Further Knowledge:
  • Proven leadership skills and experience
  • Team player with broad social skills, high inter-cultural sensitivity and good negotiation skills
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Excellent command of MS-Office
How to apply:

If you meet the above minimum criteria, please send your application with detailed CV to administrator@gtzkenyahealth.com on or before 29th June, 2011

GIZ is an equal opportunity employer

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