Job Title: Sales Executives (20)

Category: Mobile Communication

Job Location: Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu and Eldoret

Due to rapid expansion, a major mobile phones retailer with retail phone shops in all major towns in Kenya, is looking for sales executives to push phone sales over the counter.

This is a full time position and we are looking for result oriented candidates who are willing to work for long hours including weekends and holidays.

The ideal candidates will be responsible for
  • Persuading customers to buy the variety of phones on display by demonstrating their superiority and functionality
  • Ensuring attractive display of the phones inside the shop
  • Communicating customer feedback to the management
  • Service follow-up of faulty products.
Job Education Qualification:
  • This position is ideal for diploma/ certificate holders in Marketing or any business related course.
  • Candidates with KCSE qualifications and a commercially aware personality encouraged to apply.
  • Experience in sales and promotions will be an added advantage
  • Applicants must have a pleasant personality, good presentation and communication skills.
  • If you have ever sold mobile related products, this will be an added advantage.
  • Degree holders should not apply
Job Salary expectation: Good retainer plus commission

If you have the skills and competences for this role, send your CV ONLY to
recruit@flexi-personnel.com by Wednesday 16th September 2011.

Only serious candidates with the above qualifications need apply

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Save the Children is the world's largest independent organization, making immediate and long-lasting improvements to children's lives in over 120 countries worldwide. Save the Children is made up of 27 member organizations across the globe.

Through Unified Presence, Save the Children aims to create a stronger voice for children by unifying the operations in all countries where more than one Save the Children Member organizations operates.

Save the Children has a long history of engagement in Somalia and has been working in Somalia and Somaliland for the past 40 years. Save the Children has a unified presence in Somalia and Somaliland since January 2010 and is working in the thematic areas of education (including skills training for youth), child survival (health, nutrition & livelihood), protection and emergency responses. Currently, Save the children has operations in Somaliland, Puntland and South Central Somalia.

Job Purpose

Provide assistance to Nairobi Logistics team on matters related to day to day procurement work and assist in maintaining stores of Somalia programme in Nairobi.

Assist his/her line manager to ensure that procurements are carried out following standard Save the Children procurement policy and procedures and all documentation and paper work is properly filed & kept in order.

Key Accountabilities
  • If assigned, receive purchase requests and coordinate with the requesting office/department on specifications, quality and delivery time, as necessary.
  • Assist in filing, recording and updating day to day procurement records.
  • Assist his/her line manager in following up matters related to procurements with the suppliers and reporting if any discrepancy is observed.
  • Assist in updating the order tracking information and ensure that information is readily available upon request.
  • Receive material ordered from suppliers and ensure that all goods received are as per Purchase Order/Contract, any discrepancies must be documented & reported to his/her line manager.
  • Assist in record keeping of Nairobi stores and update the information and records regularly.
  • Provide up to date information on stores and liaise with field programme teams on dispatching items from Nairobi and stores.
  • Assist his/her line manager on matters related to clearing and forwarding of goods/supplies in and out of Kenya.
  • Coordinate with local freight forwarders as and when need arises.
  • Assist his/her line manager in data updating and record keeping of information related to procurements and stores.
  • Ensure that all paper work is kept according to the policies and procedures of the organisation and filed neatly with supporting documents in respective files.
  • Undertake any other reasonable duties requested by the line manager, where those do not go against the policy of the organisation.
Person specification

Essential requirements
  • Higher Diploma or relevant qualification in Procurement and Supplies
  • Certification/qualification in assets and stores management
  • Minimum 3 years experience in a similar capacity, preferably in an INGO.
  • Computer literacy (MS Office - Word, Excel).
  • Good organisational skills
  • Good planning and co-ordination skills
  • Ability to work under high pressure and cope with multiple demands
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision
Desirable requirements
  • Past experience of working with INGO which has operations in Somalia/Somaliland
Code of Conduct

Because Save the Children's work is based on deeply held values and principles, it is essential that our commitment to children's rights and humanitarian principles is supported and demonstrated by all members of staff.

Save the Children's Code of Conduct sets out the standards which all staff members must adhere to.

Applications should be forwarded to: jobssomalia@scuk.or.ke

This position is only open to Kenyan nationals.

Only short listed individuals will be notified.

Application Closing Date: 23rd September 2011, 1500hrs

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Reporting to: Programme Director Horn of Africa

Contract duration: 6 months with possibility for extension

Base: North Eastern Province Kenya with extensive travel throughout Kenya and Somalia

Start date: immediate

Fee range: 3500 - 4000 USD/Month - depending on experience

The MENTOR Initiative is a “not for profit”, charitable, non-governmental organisation devoted to reducing death and suffering from malaria in humanitarian crises. The MENTOR Initiative is currently providing ongoing emergency support to the most vulnerable communities in Haiti, Liberia, Angola, Kenya, Somalia, the Central African Republic and Eastern and Southern Chad.

The Financial Co-ordinator for the Horn of Africa emergency programmes will work to provide financial support to the MENTOR technical team with other specialism’s including malaria case management, vector control, malaria prevention, and IEC/BCC.

This post will work with MoH, UNHCR, other UN agencies, NGO and FBO teams to help ensure that all vulnerable IDP and refugee populations in target areas have access to quality malaria case management and prevention. This will be achieved through support to the Kenya and Somalia programs from a Kenya based office (providing distance support to Somali operations).

The responsibilities of this post include the following.

The Financial Coordinator will be responsible for financial, administrative and human resources support to The MENTOR Initiative Horn of Africa (HoA) Emergency Response Programme and will work under the direct line management of the Programme Manager (PM HoA) and in collaboration with other members of the MENTOR Initiative team to ensure smooth functioning of all programs.

Financial Coordination
  • Ensure good quality finance and administration systems as per the standard MENTOR Initiative guidelines are set up and functioning in the programme
  • Ensure accounting for all grants and in accordance with the grant agreement(s)
  • Prepare monthly electronic and paper reports on expenditures against the project budget(s) and send these together with all hardcopy receipts and other expenditure-related paperwork, including bank statements, to the MENTOR Initiative HQ
  • Ensure compliance to all Grant agreements for financial reporting and procurement.
  • Ensure field level compliance to all legal aspects of the grant agreement
  • On the basis of internal cash available and planned expenditure, send monthly requests for cash (RCA) to the MENTOR Initiative HQ.
  • Prepare monthly request for cash (RCA) and electronic as well as paper version of payroll to MENTOR Initiative HQ.
  • Supervise and provide training to the local administrator in the MENTOR Initiative finance and administration procedures.
  • Ensure that all members of the MENTOR team are trained and respect the Finance and Administration procedures.
  • Responsible for payment of all local team members including daily workers when necessary
  • Responsible for distributing ICLA and security cash (when required) to international team members as well as reimbursement of approved expenses
  • Set up and maintain a MENTOR bank account in the programme country
  • When required, assist with the preparation of new proposals and budgets
 
Administration
  • Follow up on all rental agreements including the MENTOR Initiative house(s), office(s), and vehicles, etc. and renew rental agreements when necessary
  • When necessary, follow-up on the MENTOR Initiative’s registration in country with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other local actors
  • Assist the PM HoA with any other administrative tasks as required
Human Resources
  • Directly responsible for all administrative aspects of local staff management and recruitment. This includes set up of non-technical job descriptions and assisting with the editing of technical job descriptions, posting adverts, organizing interviews, etc.
  • Ensure that standard salary scale and per diem polices are in place and updated, upon validation from MENTOR HQ, regularly.
  • Ensure compliance with all local government taxation and labour regulations concerning employment contracts.
  • Ensure that national staff adheres to The MENTOR Initiative contracts, policies and internal rules.
  • Ensure that international team members respect internal rules and policies in relation to the management of national staff under their responsibility.
Programme Support
  • Assist the PM HoA with writing of Memorandums of Understanding
  • When required, represent the MENTOR Initiative in external coordination meetings
  • At the request of the PM HoA, provide finance/admin and/or human resources support during field or assessment missions.
Other
  • From time to time and as requested work with MENTOR Initiative HQ to share best practice across the organization.
  • Includes the possibility of transfer to another similar post in another MENTOR Initiative country programme within the period of this contract agreement.
  • Any other duties as may be assigned by the PM HoA and agreed with the Director.
Please send a CV and letter of interest to personnel@mentor-initiative.net

No CV only applications will be considered

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ECLOF KENYA, a Christian Microfinance Institution with an increasing presence in the country is seeking the services of a market research firm and additional talent in the following roles;

Market Research on Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

In a bid to improve access to Water, Sanitation and hygiene practices in communities, ECLOF Kenya seeks the services of a research firm to conduct a market survey on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene practices in select areas in the country and develop responsive Water, Sanitation and Hygiene financial products.

Expected Background and Experience

The successful firm/consultants shall
  • Have at least 5 years progressive experience with rural population development surveys.
  • Demonstrate excellent research and practical experience particularly in the area of water supply, sanitation and hygiene.
  • Have sound understanding of development challenges in Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) sector.
  • Possess good analytical skills and strong oral and writing skills
Eligible firms/ Consultants are invited to express interest in providing the service by attaching supporting information that they are qualified. See a detailed TOR at ECLOF Kenya Website.

Deliver applications to the address below by 20th September 2011 end of business.

Chief Executive Officer
Attention: Head of Business Development/ Social Performance.
ECLOF Kenya Head Office
Royal Offices, 2nd Floor
Mogotio Road - off Chiromo Lane, Parklands.

Tel: 254 20 3742817/778

Website: www.eclof-kenya.org

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