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Pathfinder International is an international non-profit organization that is dedicated to supporting high-quality comprehensive reproductive health services in Kenya. We are seeking highly motivated, talented and hard working individual for the position of Grants Officer for our Nairobi office
  • Reporting to the Grants Manager the incumbent will be responsible for sub-grant compliance as well as programmatic guidance and support.
  • This will include reviewing of new subgrant proposals, processing of sub-grant agreements and subsequent modifications and monitoring programmatic aspects of the sub-grant during the sub-award period and closing of the sub-award.
  • S/he will be responsible for development of procedural documents and processes and ensure that pre-award risk assessments are carried out on each grantee and that decisions are incorporated into grant awards
Job Requirements
  • A degree in Social Sciences, Project Planning and Management.
  • At least 5 years work experience managing sub-award, proposal development and budget writing.
  • Strong understanding of USG funding requirements
  • Past experience in HIV/AIDS programming.
  • Must possess strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Highly proficient in MS Office, spreadsheets and database skills
  • Working knowledge of regulations applicable to grants management and administration
  • Good analytical skills to successfully perform financial reviews and other quantitative analysis
Candidates who meet the above requirements should send their CV and cover letter detailing current and expected salary clearly indicating the location they are applying for and include daytime telephone contacts to

Closing date for applications is 16th March, 2012.

Only short listed candidates will be contacted. Candidates who meet the above qualifications and are available to start immediately are encouraged to apply.

Mimshach Academy is located at the heart of Mathare area three, Ruaraka Division in Nairobi

The academy aims to provide a nurturing and stimulating environment where your child can learn and grow through creative play. We offer a secure and warm environment where children blossom.

We see every child as being special and make learning fun. The Academy caters for children from 1.5 to 6 years.

We are seeking qualified candidates for the following positions to join our able team in May 2012.

Kindergarten Teacher

Reporting to the school principal, the successful candidate should have experience dealing with day care to pre-unit classes.

Essential Functions
  • Planning activities that meet the social, physical and emotional needs of the children
  • Ensure the children are well when under his/her care
  • Devises games and activities, and also provides playing equipment, and ensure the playing facilities and equipment are clean and safe
  • Develop the lesson plans and schedule of activities for the kindergarten
  • Supervise the children as they learn and play
  • Devises activities that introduce math and grammar concepts and makes note of the children’s progress both socially and intellectually
  • Discusses the children’s progress with their parents and keeps them informed
  • A diploma or Certificate in Early Childhood Education (ECE) from KHA or equivalent college
  • At least 3 years working experience in a kindergarten setting
  • Ability to prepare teaching aids and lesson plans
  • Ability to establish and enforce rules for behavior and class control
  • Good organization and communication skill
  • Demonstrated ability to work as a team player
  • Ability to meet deadlines and sometimes work for long hours
Front Office Assistant

The successful candidate will provide overall administrative support for the school.

He/she will be expected to provide an effective, customer friendly reception, telephone handling and administrative support services for the school.

Essential functions
  • Welcoming all visitors to the school and ensuring they sign the visitors books
  • Receive all incoming calls and answer general enquiries
  • Ensure that callers, parents and visitors to the school are dealt with in a courteous professional manner and directed to the appropriate member of staff
  • Maintaining an inventory of school supplies and ensuring that there is always adequate supplies of school consumables, e.g. stationary, food etc
  • Maintain a general filing system and ensure all correspondences are file all correspondences
  • Maintain accurate records of absence, calls, messages, and orders, etc
  • Collect and record all fees received from parents
  • Manage and monitor the school petty cash
  • Ensure that relevant basic information about the school is up to date and available for all visitors (timetables, term dates, and school events)
  • Assist in First aid services in the school
  • Diploma or certificate in Front office management from a recognized college
  • At least one year working experience in a similar environment
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and organization skills
  • Meticulous attention to detail in reporting the written or spoken messages of visitors or incoming enquiries
  • Ability to prioritize enquiries for immediate attention
If you meet the above requirements, kindly FORWARD your resume to for consideration or bring copies of your cvs and drop by the reception.

Canvassing by any means will lead to automatic disqualification and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.

Application letters to reach the school manager on or before 16th of June 2012 on the above address.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.

United Nations Children’s Fund
Kenya Country Office

Maternal and Newborn Technical Advisor - NO-C

Special Service Agreement (SSA)
Duration – 12 Months
Date of Issue: 09 March, 2012
Closing Date: 15 March, 2012

Applications are hereby invited from suitably
qualified candidates to fill the above Temporary Position in the Programme Section, UNICEF Kenya Office.

Purpose of the Post
: The consultant will work under the guidance of the Chief of Health.
UNICEF Kenya, as one of the key partner in addressing Maternal and Newborn health has been working with the government and other development partners in providing strategic support including:
  • Maternal and Neonatal Death Review (MNDR): Strong and integrated MNDR system has shown to elevate the maternal and new-born agenda at all levels by providing forum for: documentation of incidents; consolidation of data/information for action at source and up to the national level; and improving health worker’s knowledge base through a feedback mechanism impacting on theory and practice at all levels;
  • Output Based Assurance (OBA): Cost incurred by mothers for health facility supported delivery has been one of the barriers to low coverage of skilled delivery across the board and particularly in the arid areas of the country. Introduction of OBA, i.e paying the health facilities for the deliveries attended has significantly improved the coverage of facility based deliveries by reducing financial burden at household level and improving availability of basic supplies and skills at the facility level;
  • Community Health Strategy (CHS): The MoPHS identified the CHS as one of its cross-cutting flagship program with the potential to strengthen the health system links to the community structure impacting on improving demand for access to quality health care and also to develop health behaviour and practices at individual, household and community levels; and
  • Support integration of HIV into Reproductive Health (RH) Services: Within the new Kenya National Strategic Action plan III, Emphasis has been placed in mobilization and coordination of partners to support integrated approach targeting the elimination of MTCT of HIV and AIDS and Paediatric Care and Treatment. These approaches require systematic integration of HIV and AIDS programs into the wider RH activities.

Considering the high level and technically complex nature of the MNH coordination requirement in UNICEF Kenya Country Office, the Health Section has proposed converting the existing approved NOC MNH position to International Professional (IP) position at L-4 level. Once approval for the proposed position is granted during the mid-term review process, the position will be advertised and filled.

In the meantime, as part of streamlining its program support to Maternal and New-born Health (MNH), the Health section with the support of external consultant has reviewed its 2011 achievements and the plans for 2012/13. Major lesson from the exercise was that, the health team had been working in many important areas and hence overstretched with too many activities rather than investing in key strategic areas. This is felt diluting the potential value of its support to the government and undermining its visibilities. The MNH consultant will therefore focus on key tasks outlined below.

The consultant will be responsible for carrying out the following tasks:
  • Provide leadership facilitating MOH and partners’ efforts to effectively institutionalize MNDR system at all levels of the health service delivery;
  • Coordinate the development of Reproductive Health coasted Business Plan to guide resource mobilization and allocation processes;
  • Assist RH Unit of the MoPHS to conduct national annual review of MNH implementation agreed as the Nakuru MNH Plan of Action;
  • Support the UNICEF assisted model Community Health Strategy focus areas to integrate implementation of MNH activates with Community Health Workers performance;
  • Develop concept notes/proposals to support resource mobilization activities of UNICEF Kenya Country Office.
  • Represent UNICEF at the national RH Technical Working Group and Interagency Coordinating Committee forums; and
  • Provide regular reports and program update on MNH activities
The process of completing the above tasks involves:
  • Review key documents including the Maternal and Newborn Road Map, the Nakuru MNH plan of action, the UN plan of action on Maternal Health (H4), Harmonization of Reproductive Health in Kenya (review undertaken by major donors in Kenya), Evaluation of OBA scheme by UNICEF, and the UNICEF KCO rolling work plan related to MNH;
  • Undertake regular consultative meetings with RH Unit of the MOH at national level and provinces and districts where model Community Health Strategy is being supported;
  • Review the work done by UNICEF and MOPHS on MNDR and support the development of comprehensive national plan to institutionalize the system within the national HMIS;
  • Provide TA to the RH Unit of the MoPHS to undertake key program review, planning and monitoring of RH activities;

The consultant is expected to deliver the following:
  • Comprehensive document showing the architect of institutionalizing MDR into the existing health management information system agreed by government and partners;
  • Quarterly MDR national and provincial report with feedback mechanism to provinces, districts and health facilities
  • Bi-annual activity report on the implementation of High Impact MNH activities and national MNH joint supervisory support visit reports;
  • Monthly summary report of key activities including: i) MNH High Impact Interventions implementation; ii) RH related donor coordination; and iii) Integration of MNH activities into Community Strategy.
Experience and Qualifications

Degree in Medicine (Gynaecology) and a post graduate degree in Public Health. At least ten years of relevant experience at international level with extensive experience in providing advisory services to

Core Competencies (Required) :
  • Technical Knowledge/ Leadership
  • Networking
  • Planning, setting standards and monitoring work
Interested and suitable candidates should ensure that they forward their applications along with their curricula vitae, (internal candidates should attach copies of their last two Performance Evaluation Reports), to;

The Human Resources Specialist
UNICEF Kenya Country Office

Email address:

Please indicate Reference No. “KCO/SSA/PROG/HLTH/2012/002” in the email subject.

Interested candidates should also complete the Personal History (P11) form, which can be downloaded from the UNICEF Kenya website (

“Qualified Female Candidates Are Encouraged To Apply”

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