A driving school based in Nakuru Town has the following vacancies:

School Manager – with strong managerial skills and experience in running a driving school.

Trainer (Heavy Commercial Vehicles) – Driving License and experience as a driver and trainer

Trainer (Motor Bikes) - Driving License and experience as a rider and an instructor.

Sales and Marketing - with experience in sales and marketing in a driving school.

Secretary / Administrator – with relevant training and experience in a driving school.

NB: For trainers, it will be an added advantage to have worked in the Traffic Police Training Centre.

Send application with CV, certificates, testimonials and certificate of good conduct to P O Box 2675 Nakuru before 15th December 2011.

Qualifications - BVM (Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine)

Experience - at least 2 years working experience

Applications to be sent to:

Human Resource
Assia Animal Health Limited,
P.O. Box 30620 - 00100,
Nairobi.

They should be received by 20th December 2011.

Save the Children is the world’s leading independent child rights organisation.

We’re outraged that millions of children are still denied proper healthcare, food, education and protection and we’re determined to change this.

Regional Compliance Manager

Position based in Nairobi

We are currently looking for a Regional Compliance Manager for the East and Southern Africa Regional Office based in Nairobi with regular travel to the field.

The purpose of this role is to work alongside Save the Children UK’s Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia country teams and in close co-operation with the donor compliance unit and global audit team based in London to minimise operational risks in relation SCUK’s Horn of Africa emergency response operations.

Requirements
  • Practical know-how at operational level of implementation, reporting and record keeping.
  • Fluent practice of the grant management cycle, logical frameworks, and M&E concepts.
  • Ability to provide advice on donor compliance issues raised in donor proposals and reporting, and on how to integrate compliance management at operational level.
  • Knowledge of grants and contracts regulations and reporting requirements of major donors such as EU, DEC, DFID, ECHO, UN agencies, CIDA and USAID.
  • Strong understanding of key financial and management accounting concepts including preparing complex, multi-donor emergency budgets and of analysing and commenting on variances between actual and budgeted expenditure.
  • Willingness to travel, often at short notice to remote and insecure locations.
  • Familiarity with internal audit processes and risk management approach.
If you meet the above requirements, please visit our website to submit your application no later than 9th December 2011.

For a full job description and details of how to apply please visit:

www.savethechilden.org.uk/jobs

Save the Children (UK) recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to equal employment opportunities and the protection of children from abuse.

The NGO Safety Program, Nairobi Office, is recruiting for the following position:

Senior Administrative and Financial Officer

Commencement: Immediate

Duty station: Nairobi, Kenya with travel to Somalia (non-family duty station)

Contract: 1 Year renewable, subject to funding

Purpose of the position:

The Senior Administrative and Financial Officer is responsible for providing overall leadership and direction for the financial, human resource, logistics, IT, procurement and administrative functions of NSP and the NGO Consortium, a sister organization which shares the same office.

He / She is also responsible of the compliance of all NSP systems to DRC procedures.

Qualification:
  • At least a Bachelor in Finances, Business administration or other relevant sector. Master is preferred and will be considered a strong advantage.
Experience:
  • At least 2 year of specific experience as a Senior Finance / Administrative officer with managerial responsibilities. Experience in such a position within an INGO will be a strong advantage.
  • At least 5 years of general experience as a Finance / Administrative officer with increasing responsibilities
  • Demonstrated experience of complex budget management and multi-donor grants and funding
  • Demonstrated experience of Human Resources management
  • Demonstrated experience in building budgets for new project proposal, as well as preparation of Donors’ financial reports.
Application procedure

For more information on this position, application procedure and detailed job description please refer to our website: www.somaliangoconsortium.org

Senior Administration and Finance Officer - NSP

Applications should be sent no later than 17th December 2011

Only short-listed applicants will be notified.

Background of the assignment:

UNODC, being the guardian of international standards and norms in crime prevention and criminal justice is providing technical assistance to the Government of Kenya in the development of a National Bail Policy Framework and Guidelines.

Purpose of the assignment:

The purpose of the assignment is to develop a National Bail Policy Framework and Guidelines for the Republic of Kenya.

The formulation of a National Bail Policy will necessarily involve the participation of key stakeholders in the criminal justice system.

A multi-agency approach strategy will be imperative in building the capacity of the criminal justice agencies to offer an effective bail system.

Expected tangible and measurable output(s):

(a) Technical direction and facilitation of the National Bail Policy Framework development process to the completion stage.

(b) A Draft National Bail Policy Framework and Guidelines for the Administration of Bail in line with the 2010 Constitution of Kenya and international norms and standards.

(c) A training programme and curriculum on the Guidelines for the Administration of Bail.

(d) Recommendations on adoption and further implementation of the National Bail Policy Framework and Guidelines for the Administration of Bail.

Duration of the consultancy: Six months with possibility of extension upon availability of funds.

Qualifications/expertise sought:
  • Advanced University Degree in Law, Criminology or Social Sciences;
  • Extensive experience in drafting policies and guidelines in Kenya’s criminal justice sector;
  • Demonstrated experience of working with a wide range of institutions in Kenya’s criminal justice system;
  • Experience in working with international organizations;
  • Excellent analytical and evaluative skills;
  • Excellent communication and drafting skills in English. Knowledge of local languages, justice system and culture in Kenya is an asset.
Interested and qualified candidates should send a Cover Letter and Personal Resume (CV) to easternafrica@unodc.org no later than COB Tuesday, 20 December 2011.

Please indicate 001/UNODC ROEA/ GoK/Consultancy Bail Policy in the subject heading of your e-mail.

A full text of the Terms of Reference is available on www.unodc.org/easternafrica/index.html

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