Key duties will include maintaining excellent communication between his office and clients, proofreading documents, efficiently handling visitors and incoming calls, maintaining the Regional Director's diary and coordinating local and international travel logistics.

Applicants should be ladies aged 25-30 years, who hold Bachelor's degree and Diploma in secretarial studies and have a minimum of 2 years experience in supporting senior managers.

They should have excellent communication, administrative and secretarial skills, good knowledge in French and a high degree of personal initiative as well as a passion for completing tasks.

Only candidates who qualify will be contacted

E-Mail: cramamon@yahoo.fr

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We are looking for an architect with skills in interior design.

The candidate will be in charge to manage an Italian showroom selling Italian design household items.

The candidate will also be responsible for management, staff & sales.

The candidate should not be over 35 years old.

It is requested fluent English, managerial skills, use of major architectural computer programs.

Send CV to: elisa.terranova @ karibuitaly.com

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Terms of Reference

Somali Youth Leaders Initiative Baseline Survey


1. Background and Context


As millions of Somalis continue to suffer from conflict, drought, mass displacement, and weak or nonexistent government structures, day-to-day survival is the primary focus for most households.

For 20 years, Somalia has been trapped in a downward spiral marked by violence, extreme poverty, extremism, and criminal behavior.

However, this narrative of fragility is not set in stone. Somaliland, Puntland, and parts of Central Somalia have been relatively stable in recent years, and presidential elections in Somaliland highlighted the potential for more effective governance structures.

Investment in Somalia’s future must focus on engaging Somalia’s large youth population. Providing young people with quality education, skills and opportunities to earn a decent wage, and platforms to positively engage society will reduce the attraction of armed groups and criminal activity, while developing leaders to foster stability and prosperity.

USAID’s Somali Youth Leaders Initiative (SYLI) is crucial to rewriting Somalia’s narrative of suffering to one based on peaceful coexistence, resiliency, and opportunity.

Mercy Corps, along with consortium partners CARE International, Save the Children (SC), Somaliland National Youth Organization (SONYO), and Mudug Development Association Network (MUDAN) will implement a 60-month Somali youth leaders initiative (SYLI) that will directly impact the lives of more than 160,000 Somali youth and reach millions of additional youth, educators, government officials, and community members.

The consortium has over 20 years of experience in Somalia providing assistance throughout the country in quality education, youth livelihoods and civic engagement, peace building, and emergency response.

Building on the success of the USAID-funded SEEDS program (Mercy Corps) and EC-funded education and youth economic opportunities initiatives (CARE and Save the Children), SYLI will work in unison with Ministries of Education, Youth, and Labor to demonstrate to youth that the public sector can be a responsive partner in addressing issues youth care about and are open to long-term transparent engagement and collaboration.

The private sector will also benefit from a larger pool of trained and motivated potential employees, whose improved income will increase demand for goods and services. Communities, in general, will benefit from youth engaged in non-violent activities leading to a stronger and more stable environment.

SYLI will directly support USAID/East Africa’s Assistance Objective Somalia’s Stability Increased Through Targeted Interventions that Foster Good Governance, Economic Recovery, and Reduce the Appeal of Extremism through a project goal of Increased education, economic and civic participation opportunities for Somali youth reduce instability in target areas.

To achieve this goal, the Mercy Corps consortium has developed a series of integrated activities that will work toward three Intermediate Results:

1) Fair and equitable secondary education services improved for at least 25,000 Somali youth, community members, and education officials through classroom construction and rehabilitation, teacher training, capacity building of education officials and improved community engagement in education issues.

2) At least 15,000 youth are more economically self-reliant with supportive systems through
improved access to and quality of technical and vocational education and training (TVET)
services, improved TVET standards, support for business start-ups and improved linkages to
the private sector.

3) 100,000 youth empowered to participate and contribute positively and productively to society through strengthening of youth groups and safe spaces for youth dialogue and support for youth-led advocacy efforts and community improvement projects.

3) Purpose of the Baseline Assessment

a) Establish the baseline values of Performance Management Plan (PMP) indicators against which future measurements of outcome/impact-related changes (e.g., practices, perceptions and/or systemic changes) can be made.

b) Provide information on the status of community participation especially in development initiatives in their areas

c) Provide understanding of youth and stability related factors and gather and analyse information that will assist programme staff in designing or modifying appropriate interventions or generate information for further refining the programme log-frame/PMP.

d) Through their participation, the baseline survey should provide learning opportunities for Mercy Corps and Consortium members’ staff in understanding/internalizing the planned program objectives and activities.

8) Duration of the Assessment

Mercy Corps and the consortium members expect that the entire baseline process will cover a period of 30 days during the months of February and March 2012.

9) Timetable

The Consultant would need to develop a draft timetable for the assessment, which will be discussed with Chief of Party before the commencement of work.

10) Baseline Survey Report

The baseline survey report format will be agreed with the consultant and CoP/M&E specialist upon signing of the contract with the successful consultant

11) Consultancy Cost

The cost of the consultancy will be based on the number of days, cost of travel and professional charges. This is however subject to negotiations with Mercy Corps.

12) Qualification and Experience

The firm/consultant selected should have a proof of competence, expertise and track record for conducting assessments of similar complexity and magnitude.

13) The Bidding Process

The application should contain:
  • Not more than 3 pages technical proposal stating suitability and capability, and proposed methodology, and team composition;
  • Itemized financial estimates;
  • Indicative work plan; and
  • Not more than 5 pages CV of the lead consultant.
Logistics

Mercy Corps will provide the Consultant with transport to the field.

Application Procedure:

Interested applicants should request full ToR and submit their proposals to vacancy@so.mercycorps.org on or before 29 January 2012.

The Kenya Episcopal Conference- Catholic Secretariat wishes to announce the following position in its Catholic Justice and Peace Commission

Title of the Post: Head of the Commission (National Executive Secretary)

Purpose of the Post

To provide technical, management and leadership support to the Commission so as to ensure high level performance in conceptualizing, formulating and implementing appropriate initiatives for National – level Justice and peace interventions and enhance the capacity of dioceses.

Type of Appointment: Contract

Reporting Line: To Secretary General

Duties
  • Spearhead the development and review of key strategies and plans related to the Commission
  • Manage and lead the technical implementation of the Commission’s strategy and plans ensuring that services adhere to the overall strategy and mandate of the KEC-CS.
  • Spearhead the conceptualization, formulation and implementation of National –Level advocacy and Peace Building initiatives.
  • Foster and strengthen national –level networking s of various Catholic Services to people displaced by clashes ( conflict – related IDPS )
  • Develop initiatives for KEC ‘s policy Advocacy and influence on National trends on pressing issues touching on Good Governance
  • Develop proposals for fundraising to support Catholic Justice and Peace programme
  • To provide leadership to the Commission as a member of Senior management Team
  • Prepare progress reports to KEC, Donor and other stakeholders
Qualifications
  • A Masters Degree in relevant field ( Human Rights, Advocacy Policy analysis)
  • Minimum 5 years experience management and implementation of civic Education or policy analysis Kenya
  • Demonstrate leadership and management abilities in working with other technical advisors and experts Justice and peace issues
  • Self driven and strategic thinker able to work without supervision and proactive in designing Catholic Justice and Peace promoting programmes
  • Should have excellent Communication skills
  • Must demonstrate high level of initiative , honesty, dynamic strategic thinking
  • Must have good interpersonal skills
  • A person of attested integrity
  • Computer literacy in Word, Excel, Power Point
  • Strong Oral and written communication skills required.
Performance Indicators
  • Extent of carrying out duties and responsibilities above.
Personal Traits
  • Must be a committed Catholic, with good recommendation from own parish priest
Applications should be addressed to:-

Secretary General
Kenya Episcopal Conference-Catholic Secretariat
P.O Box 13475-00800
Nairobi.

hr@catholicchurch.or.ke

Applications must reach us on or before 8th February 2012

A leader in the insurance industry, is looking to fill the position of a Branch Supervisor who will report to the Assistant Manager - Underwriting / Branch Manager and will be based in Nairobi.

Overall Responsibility

The primary responsibility of this function will be to perform and ensure all underwriting and other administrative processes in the branch are carried out in line with overall corporate objectives.

Specific Roles and Responsibilities
  • Assist in overseeing the activities of underwriting in the branch.
  • Vetting all risks to ensure that only quality business is accepted into the company at acceptable rates.
  • Ensuring that the risks undertaken by the company are adequately covered through reinsurance programmes.
  • Ensuring proper customer service within the branch.
  • Certificate management.
  • Participate in sales initiatives.
  • Ensure that the policy documents are prepared and dispatched.
  • Advise client of acceptance terms.
  • Deputize the Branch Manager.
  • Any other duties that may be assigned from time to time.
Minimum requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or Equivalent
  • 5 papers in ACII
  • 4 years relevant experience
How to apply:

If you are interested in the position and have the skills and talents our client is looking for, we would like to hear from you.

Please forward a copy of your updated resume, and your current salary and benefits package to info@dorbe-leit.co.ke before close of business 30th January 2012.

Only successful candidates will be contacted.

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