Safari Company Financial Controller required for Karen Area.

5 years experience as an Accounts Manager in Hospitality Industry required

CPA (K) Essential

CFA (K) -Bonus

Individual must be an excellent manager and have perfect English –Oral and Written.

Salary: Ksh100,000-120,000/- neg

Deadline: 5th of November 2011


Please send an up to date CV, stating your current salary, accompanied by at least 3 referee telephone numbers/email addresses to:
Summit recruitment
& Training,
Rhino House, Karen Road, Karen

Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Please indicate in your email which position you are interested in.

Only applicants who are successful will be contacted.

Please do not apply if you do not meet the requirements of the job.

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KK Security wishes to recruit a Navision (NAV) Specialist / Developer to be based at their Dar es salaam office.

Primary function:- Oversee the implementation of Microsoft Dynamics Navision system in Dar es salaam, in liaison with the Head office in Nairobi.

  • A BSc degree in Computer Science, Information Technology or any other relevant filed, from a recognized university
  • Communication skills using speech and writing
  • Ability to systematically troubleshoot complex problems
  • At least 2 years experience in Navision implementation and user support
  • Mature and realistic approach towards job related assignments
  • Certified Navision qualifications will be an added advantage

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One of the fastest growing firms in the Micro finance industry seeks to recruit well qualified individuals to fill in the positions of Loan Officers.

  • Diploma in a business related course,
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field will be preferred.
  • Two (2) years sales and marketing experience in a financial institution.
  • Presentable, aggressive and go-getter
  • Computer skills a must
  • High level of creativity
  • Innovativeness
  • Team leader
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Knowledge of the industry is highly considerable
  • Valid driver’s license/or riders license
If you are interested and meet the above requirements, kindly email your CV to:

Frank Management Consult Limited
Nyaku House 1st Floor,
P.O Box 5351-00200

Emails to and

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World Concern Development Organization wishes to recruit an IT Technician to be based in the Nairobi office.

Primary Function

To monitor and maintain WCs computer systems and networks, install and configure computer systems, diagnose hardware/software faults and solve technical and applications problems either over the phone or in person.

Develop manuals, standard operating procedures and training covering all aspects of information management in the Organization and ensure proper utilization and maintenance of information and data management equipment.

Essential Functions
  • Track, prioritize and document requests using an IT support request system
  • End user support, routine maintenance and Infrastructure support.
  • Maintaining inventory of equipment and IT supplies (cables, adapters, etc.)
  • Undertake the day to day operation of backup systems
  • Install and configure new computers and other IT equipment
  • Researching, learning, and evaluating new software testing and evaluating new technology.
  • Installing and configuring computer hardware operating systems and applications; and monitoring and maintaining computer systems and networks;
  • Troubleshooting system and network problems and diagnosing and solving hardware/software faults;
  • providing support, including procedural and system documentation; setting up new users’ accounts and profiles and dealing with password issues;
  • Conducting electrical safety checks on computer equipment.
  • Any other duties that may be assigned.
Qualifications and Experience
  • A BSc degree in Computer Science or Information Technology from a recognized university
  • Communication skills using speech and writing
  • Ability to systematically troubleshoot complex problems
  • 3 years experience in Network Support role
  • mature and realistic approach towards job related assignments
  • Certified ICT qualifications will be an added advantage
  • Ability to manage and resolve conflicts in a mutually respectful manner
  • Maintain a positive and constructive attitude.
  • A highly innovative, results oriented individual with excellent organizational skills
  • Operate within World Concern communications standards for timeliness.
Working Conditions/Environment

The position is based in the WC Nairobi Office with frequent travels to the field offices.

The job may require the person to work extra hours to meet deadlines

Interested and Qualified candidates should submit their applications and CVs detailing experience for the post, current email and phone contacts and three referees to by Friday 4th November, 2011.

Those who will not have heard from us by 30th November 2011 should consider themselves unsuccessful.

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The International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Kenya serves vulnerable populations in the Turkana region and refugees in the Kakuma, Dadaab camps and in the Eastleigh, Nairobi.

The IRC implements programs in the areas of comprehensive primary health care, nutrition, protection, peace building, sanitation and hygiene and HIV/AIDS and prevention and response to gender based violence issues.

Applications are invited for the position of: Partnership Officer

Job Summary:

The IRC GBV program implements a holistic set of services to respond to the needs of women and girls who have experienced gender-based violence and works with all actors to minimize their vulnerability to ongoing violence.

To meet the needs of the incoming refugee population, the IRC GBV program is implementing an emergency GBV response program in Kambioos Camp.

The emergency program will reflect the overall program strategy of the IRC’s GBV emergency program model, the two key elements of which are advocacy and provision of, and access to, comprehensive GBV response services. In the longer term, GBV programming will be devolved to a local partner.

Initial support will be provided by a Partnership Officer to strengthen their organizational and programmatic capacity on GBV to support the transition of GBV programming in Kambioos over a 18-24 month period.

The Partnership Officer will be 100% dedicated to the GBV programme to initiate and oversee all interactions and support to the local partner identified to work with in Kambioos.

She/he will be responsible for the documentation and monitoring all aspects of the partnership as IRC transition services under the GBV programme to the local partner.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Partnership Process Management
  • Provide management oversight to all capacity assessment processes for the local partner identified, ensuring that a strong baseline for improvement is established.
  • Working in collaboration with GBV Manager to establish detailed capacity building plans for partner to strengthen organizational and technical capacity on GBV.
  • Monitor partners’ progress adapting the plans against targets and indicators that have been decided upon by the IRC and partner organization.
Partner Performance and Accountability Management
  • Work in collaboration with IRC Finance to verify, streamline, deploy and manage appropriate sub-grant agreements and Memorandum of Understanding with GBV program partner.
  • Provide structured corrective support to the partner while evolving capacity building plans to reflect where additional focus is required.
  • Drafting of all appropriate partnership forms and contracts in conjunction with the Kenyan country program and input from the GBV Manager
  • Management of all the partnership plans including setting realistic partnership expectations with targets and indicators.
  • Creation of a master partnership plan to guide the transition of GBV programming in Kambioos with detailed timelines.
  • Coordination of all partnership activities and partnership development in line with the approved plan
  • Work closely with IRC GBV staff in Kambioos to ensure activities are complimentary and coordinated
  • Develop and maintain effective working relationships with relevant stakeholders including IRC health and GBV, community leaders and other implementing partners, represent the program in all stakeholders meetings and communicate outcomes with the rest of the program staffs and partner staff.
Training and capacity building
  • Provide ongoing supervision, leadership, training and technical support and guidance on GBV programming to partner ensuring engagement with clients adheres to best-practice principles when working with survivors.
  • Support trainings and mentoring for partner staff and
  • Hold regular meetings with partner and IRC GBV staff to discuss issues, problems, accomplishments, and assist in finding solutions to problems identified.
Monitoring and support
  • Ensure continuous monitoring and evaluation so that activities are appropriate and based on a clear understanding of the problems, causes, contributing factors, and issues in individual settings.
  • Monitor the timely submission of accurate financial and activity reporting where appropriate within sub-grantee agreements with IRC.
Reporting and payments
  • Conduct and oversee regular partner monitoring visits to ensure that partners operate in compliance with IRC and donor sub-grantee regulations.
  • Ensure partners provide timely reports
  • Prepare reports, and document lessons learned.
The partnership Manager reports to the GBV Program Manager

  • BA/BSc in Social Work, Psychology, Development, or a related field preferred.
  • At least 3 years experience in direct service provision for survivors of gender-based violence.
  • Previous experience in project management in emergency setting.
  • Thorough understanding of gender-based violence response protocols and service provision.
  • Proven experience supervising GBV social work/case management and outreach staff.
  • Demonstrated leadership, communication, training and facilitation skills.
  • Experience in training, participatory techniques and community mobilization
  • Able to coordinate multiple tasks while maintaining attention to quality and detail.
  • Strong knowledge of computer applications, including MS Word and Excel, GBV IMS
  • Good coordination and networking skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal and problem-solving skills and flexibility
  • Ability to live in a high security environment
  • Fluency in English, including writing clear and concise reports.
  • Excellent organizational skills, independence, maturity, respect for others, and flexibility
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Experience working in a refugee setting.
  • Knowledge of and fluency in Somali.
  • Experience working with a local partner on GBV programming
All interested candidates are requested to submit a cover letter and an updated CV (Do Not attach Certificates) to the following email address: by 5th November, 2011.

IRC is an equal opportunity employer

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