Programme Officers – Grants Monitoring
UNDP Kenya wishes to advertise two positions of Programme Officers – Grants Monitoring
Post Title: Programme Officer – Grants Monitoring (2 positions)
Contract Type: Service Contract
Direct Supervisor: Programme Manager (Amkeni Wakenya)
Duration: One year, renewable
Date of Issue: 11 September 2012
Closing Date: 17 September 2012
The establishment of the CSDG-Facility was the culmination of a number of processes within the democratic governance sector.
It was also an acknowledgement of the crucial role that civil society is able to play in those processes.
The Amkeni Wakenya Civil Society Democratic Governance Facility (“Amkeni Wakenya” or “The Facility”) is an initiative established by development partners including The Royal Netherlands Embassy, The Embassy of Sweden, the Embassy of Japan, The European Union, Royal Norwegian Embassy (Norway) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
The Facility was set up to provide co-ordinated and harmonized support to civil society organizations (CSOs) in the democratic governance sector in Kenya to participate more effectively in democratization processes in Kenya.
The move to establish Amkeni Wakenya was a culmination of various efforts and discussions involving CSOs, the private sector, government departments and development partners over a span of years that aspired to strengthen civil society to be able to perform its roles of informing, educating and mobilising citizens to participate actively in reforms and checking government policies and practices more effectively and contribute to deepening democracy in Kenya.
To achieve the above objectives and strategic outcomes, Amkeni Wakenya utilizes three (3) programme delivery methodologies: Grant Making, Capacity Building, and Learning and Knowledge Management.
Under Amkeni Wakenya’s Strategic Plan for 2011-2015, the facility focuses on four (4) strategic outcomes:
The full terms of reference for the position can be accessed on the UNDP Kenya e-Recruitment portal on the UNDP Kenya website - http://www.ke.undp.org.
Interested and qualified persons can access and should apply on the UNDP Kenya e-Recruitment portal located on the UNDP Kenya website - http://www.ke.undp.org - on or before 17 September 2012. Select “e-Recruitment Portal” under “Operations/Human Resources”.
Applicants are required to fill and sign a Personal History Form (P11) Form and submit it together with their online application.
Applications received via other means or after the deadline will not be accepted.
UNDP will only be able to respond to those applications in which there is further interest.
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