Real estate sector (Based in Lavington) seeks to fill the following sales marketing job vacancy.

Real Estate Marketing Executive

Salary: 25-30k Plus commissions

We are looking for a qualified individual who will contribute effectively to maintaining the company brand and generate business from new and existing clients.
Male and aged below 34years
A minimum of 2 years experience in real estate sales
Excellent communication skills.

A thorough technical understanding of real estate’s dynamics.
Ability to source strong leads using contacts from within the real estate industry.
Proactive and able to work with minimum supervision.
Energetic and self motivated individual who can meet targets sets.
Possess business etiquette with a strong work ethic and high moral ethics
Willing to start with a gross salary of Kshs 25,000-30,000 per month plus commissions

Only candidates short-listed for interview will be contacted.

If you are up to the challenge, posses the necessary qualification and experience, please send your CV only indicating why you are the most suitable candidate for the role clearly quoting the job title on the email subject to jobs@corporatestaffing.co.ke.

Please indicate current or last salary.

The Recruiting Manager
Corporate staffing Services
3rd Floor, Nabui House, Westlands
Nairobi.

N.B: We do not charge any fee for receiving your CV in our database no for interviewing.

East African Community

Applications are invited from suitably qualified citizens of East Africa
(Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and the United Republic of Tanzania) for the following Project funded position at the East African Community Headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania.

Project Officer (EAC/IRCC)

(1 Post) - (REF: EAC/IRCC/41)

Salary Grade: Consolidated salary at P1 EAC Staff Grade equivalent
Department: Resource Mobilization
Reports to: Principal Resource Mobilization Officer
Duration of Contract: 18 Months
Station: EAC Headquarters – Arusha, Tanzania

Main purpose of the Job

The Project Officer will handle all operational responsibilities of the EAC component of the Inter Regional Coordinating Committee (IRCC) Project.

Duties and responsibilities:
  • Design and develop comprehensive activity and results based annual work plan
  • Manage and coordinate activities of the Fund efficiently and effectively
  • Ensure smooth implementation of activities
  • Attending to implementing Officers’ queries regarding projects
  • Collect and document relevant information for the monitoring and evaluation object
  • Prepare timely quarterly, bi-annual and annual implementation reports
  • Liaison with IRCC Secretariat in Lusaka, Zambia
  • Compiling of all proposals submitted
  • Preparation of documents, coordination and facilitation of meetings and related workshops
  • Writing reports / minutes of the meetings and workshops
  • Preparation of background documents
  • Any other duties as may be assigned by supervisor
Qualifications and Experience
  • A Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university, in Project management, business administration, communication, accounting or any other related field, with relevant working experience of not less than 5 years preferably with a donor funded project at a regional/international level.
  • Knowledge and working experience with EU procedures will be an added advantage.
Competencies and Skills

Applicants should be proficient in various computer packages, have good interpersonal and communication skills, be a team player, have ability to work in a multicultural environment, ability to work under pressure, and ability to work with minimum supervision

Terms and Conditions of Service
  • This is a project position funded under the EAC/IRCC programme. 
  • The position is non-established, and the contract terms are limited to the period of the project, but may be renewed subject to extension of the project funding and a satisfactory performance evaluation. 
  • The recruitment for this position will be subjected to the EAC Quota system.
How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their applications quoting the reference number of the position applied for by registered mail, courier service, e-mail (all soft copies should be in MS. Word) or dispatch together with Curriculum Vitae, copies of both academic and professional certificates and testimonials, names and addresses of three referees, and day time tele/cell phone contacts to:

The Secretary General
East African Community
P.O. Box 1096
Arusha - Tanzania.
Fax No: 007 27 2502455/2504481

to be received not later than Friday15th June 2012.

The East African Community is an equal opportunity employer. 

Female candidates are encouraged to apply. 

EAC will only respond to those candidates who strictly meet the set requirements.


East African Community

Applications are invited from suitably qualified citizens of East African Community Partner State of Kenya for the following EAC regional health sector project staff position under the East African Community Medicines Regulatory Harmonization Initiative (EACMRHI) Project tenable in the Kenya National Medicines Regulatory Authority

Kenya National Medicines Regulation Officer

(One Post) - REF: EAC/HR/HEALTH/2011-2012/006

Grade: Consolidated Salary equivalent to EAC P1 Staff Grade
Reports to: Head, Medicines Registration, Pharmacy and Poisons
Duration of Contract: Initially Three (3) Years
Duty Station: Nairobi, Kenya

Main Purpose of the Job:

In liaison with the Senior Health Officer (Medicines Regulation) at the EAC Secretariat headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania as well as the Head and other relevant technical officers of the National Medicines Regulatory Authority (NMRAs) in the respective East African Community Partner States, coordinate and facilitate the harmonization and implementation of various EAC regional medicines registration and regulation policies, legislation, strategies, guidelines, standards, legal and regulatory frameworks in order to enhance the affordability, quality, efficacy and safety of both human and veterinary medicines and related pharmaceutical products and supplies that are manufactured, imported and/or traded within the East African Community region.

Duties and Responsibilities:
  1. Coordinate and facilitate the harmonization and implementation of various EAC regional medicines registration and regulation policies, legislation, strategies, guidelines, standards, legal and regulatory frameworks at national and sub-national levels in the respective East African Community Partner States in order to enhance the affordability, quality, efficacy and safety of both human and veterinary medicines and related pharmaceutical products and supplies that are manufactured, imported and/or traded within the East African Community region.
  2. Coordinate the development and implementation of a Common Technical Document (CTD) for registration of medicines at national and sub-national levels in the respective EAC Partner States in accordance with the existing World Health Organization (WHO) Regulatory Documentation Package, International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) Global Cooperation Group (ICH-GCG) and other relevant international guidelines and standards;
  3. Support the development and implementation of a common EAC regional Information Management System (IMS) for medicines registration linked to each of the EAC Partner States’ National Medicines Regulatory Authorities (NMRAs);
  4. Provide technical support in the implementation of Quality Management System (QMS) in the respective National Medicines Regulatory Authorities (NMRAs) in each of the EAC Partner States using Risk-Based Approaches (RBAs) and processes in accordance with priority public health needs with regard to enhancing access to safe, effective, quality and affordable essential human and veterinary medicines and related pharmaceutical products and supplies that are manufactured, imported and/or traded within the EAC Partner States.
  5. Develop and implement capacity building programmes at both national levels and sub-national levels in support of the harmonization and strengthening of medicines registration and regulation in the EAC Partner States.
  6. Support the creation and operationalization of a web-based platform for information sharing on harmonized medicines registration and regulation systems and procedures among key stakeholders at both national and subnational levels in the EAC Partner States.
  7. Support the development and implementation of a regional policy as well as a legal and regulatory framework for mutual recognition of the registration and regulation of both human and veterinary medicines and pharmaceutical products and supplies based on Chapter 21, Article 118 of the Treaty on the Establishment of the East African Community.
  8. Support the establishment of the decentralized East African Community Medicines and Food Safety Commission (EACMFSC) which will be an autonomous institution of the Community responsible for regional coordination of the regulation and safety of all human and animal medicines, foods, feeds as well as human and veterinary pharmaceutical products, supplies, cosmetics, devices, vaccines, vitamins, sera and others biological products that are manufactured, imported and/or traded within the EAC region.
  9. Establish a national mechanism for using regulatory information from the respective EAC Partner States’ National Medicines Regulatory Authorities (NMRAs) (assessments/decisions, etc) and for making information available to the general public and other multisectoral stakeholders and partners (legislation, guidelines and lists of registered products, including rejected applications, etc.)
  10. Support the implementation of the EAC regional policies, guidelines, standards, procedures as well as legal and regulatory framework for joint evaluations of dossiers and inspections of medicine manufacturing sites and to ensure that these assessments are integrated into national and subnational decision-making processes as applicable.
  11. Build national capacity to implement medicines registration and regulation harmonization (including developing a capacity building programme for technical, financial and management staff and project management inc. monitoring and evaluation) including contributing to the establishment of the decentralised East African Community Medicines and Food Safety Commission (EACMFSC);
  12. Develop and implement a national advocacy and communication strategy to sensitize key stakeholders at national and sub-national levels and to build ongoing multisectoral stakeholder commitment (including political and local community commitment for developing and implementing policy and legislative amendments on medicines registration and regulation)
  13. Facilitate national medicines registration and regulation policy and legislative review in the respective East African Community Partner States in order to incorporate the changes that will occur as a result of the harmonization of medicines registration and regulation among the Countries.
  14. Coordinate and facilitate operational research, monitoring and evaluation and reporting of various national and sub-national medicines registration and regulation projects, programmes and initiatives in liaison with the relevant technical counterparts in the National Medicines Regulatory Authorities (NMRAs) of the respective EAC Partner States
Qualification and Experience:
  • A Bachelors Degree in Pharmacy from a recognized University;
  • A Masters Degree or other relevant post-graduate qualification in Pharmaceutical, Public Health or other Health-Related Sciences is an added advantage
  • Work experience of five (5) years of which two (2) should be in medicines regulation, policy, guidelines and standards development.
  • Demonstrated regional and international training experience in the harmonization medicines registration and regulation will be an added advantage.
Skills and Competencies:

Analytical skills, interpersonal communication, report writing, leadership, teamwork, supervisory and planning skills.

Candidates eligible for the position: Citizens from the Republic of Kenya

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their applications quoting the reference number of the position applied for by registered mail or courier service and dispatched directly together with the full curriculum vitae, copies of both academic and professional certificates and testimonials, names and addresses of three referees, day time telephone /cell phone numbers to:

Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Medical Services,
Afya House (6th Floor), Cathedral Road,
P O Box 30016-00100,
Nairobi Kenya.

Tel: +254- (0) 20-2717077
Fax: +254- (0) 20-2713234

Terms and Condition of Service

This EAC Country level health sector project staff position has an initial three year contract that may be renewed subject to satisfactory performance and availability of donor funds.

Closing Date: All applications together with copies of relevant attachments should be received at the respective EAC Partner States’ National Ministries responsible for Health no later than Friday, 15th June 2012.

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