Reporting to the Director of Nursing Education, the successful candidate’s main responsibility will include but not limited to:
 
1. Tutor - Critical Care Training
 
1 Position

Main Responsibilities:
  • Provide theoretical and clinical instructions to students mainly in critical care
  • Ensure high standards of performance and good mastery of critical care skills
  • Offer guidance and counselling to promote discipline and a good learning environment
  • Develop and review curricula in line with Nursing Council requirements
  • Develop and coordinate extra curriculum activities for students
  • Ensure proper management and efficient use of resources
  • Prepare learning materials and maintain student’s records and registers.
Minimum Requirements:
  • BSc Nursing or KRN/KRM with an all round nursing working experience of 6 years
  • Diploma in Critical Care Training
  • Certificate or Diploma in guidance and counselling
2. Clinical Instructor - Critical Care Training 

1 Position

Main Responsibilities:
  • Conduct students assessments periodically to establish level of proficiency and recommend remedial measures where necessary
  • Coordinate clinical presentation to assist students achieve critical thinking
  • Prepare and facilitate new students orientation program to settle them at the shortest time possible
  • Conduct informal market surveys to identify training needs within the Health Sector and advice the DNE
  • Liaise with the DNE in preparing a training curricula to meet the training needs identified in the Sector in line with the Nursing Council requirements
  • Help in marketing existing programmes
Minimum Requirements:
  • KRN/M or KRCHN holder
  • Minimum five (5) years experience in nursing practice
  • Diploma in Critical Care Training
3. Pharmacist 

2 Positions
 
Reporting to the Chief Pharmacist, the successful candidate’s main responsibility will include but not limited to:
 
Main Responsibilities:
  • Scrutinize prescriptions for accuracy and suitability.
  • Ensure timely and accurate posting of pharmacy transactions
  • Counsel patients appropriately.
  • Providing accurate drug information.
  • Ensure optimal stock replenishment.
  • Participates in quarterly stock take exercise.
  • Participates in formulation and implementation of hospital policies on drug use.
  • Participates in activities of quality management system & PTC.
  • Participating in giving Continuous Medical Education in relation to drug use in clinical areas.
Minimum Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy.
  • Registered with the Pharmacy & Poisons Board.
  • A valid Practicing License.
  • Computer literate.
  • At least 2 years working experience in a busy establishment
To be considered for the above positions candidate must demonstrate the following:
 
Good communication and writing skills, knowledgeable and well versed with latest trends in relevant field, ability to lead, guide and counsel, good critical and analytical skills, self drive and a team player.
 
If you are interested in the above positions & meet the requirements listed, send your application & a detailed CV to: hrrecruit@materkenya.com by Monday 17th December 2012.
 
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Nation Media Group (NMG), is the largest independent media house in East and Central Africa, with operations in print, electronics and digital media. 

The media house attracts and serves unparalleled audiences in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda. 

NMG recognise that to provide unmatched services to its audience, it needs to recruit and retain the best people to meet business requirements and continuously grow its employees skills, knowledge and experience to satisfy customer requirements and individual staff career aspirations.
 
NMG wishes to recruit a highly motivated and professional individual to fill the position of Human Resources Manager for its Kenya operations.
 
Reporting to Group HR Director and working closely with Divisional heads, the jobholder will be responsible for the design, development and implementation of HR strategies that will deliver employee engagement, retention, efficiency and productivity in Kenya, in alignment to the Groups HR strategy.

S/He will also be responsible for:
  • Talent sourcing, development and retention including carrying out annual talent reviews and implementing agreed outcome;
  • Enhancing the right culture and creating ownership of the Group’s values, vision and mission and driving change in line with business goals;
  • Evaluating performance management processes to enhance employee productivity;
  • Managing all issues around employee relations promptly including negotiating Collective Bargaining Agreements of recognised unions in the best interest of all parties;
  • Ensuring the Group’s compensation policy is applied fairly and reviewed regularly to meet the needs of all parties;
  • Meet the Group’s business needs including identifying and retaining key talent to inform succession and business expansion plans, organization effectiveness, staff engagement and productivity;
  • Prepare quarterly HR data and performance measurement reports to the management.
Being a senior position, the jobholder will need to have a close working relationship with various stakeholders including Managing Directors and General Managers responsible for various divisions, Heads of Shared Services functions and external stakeholders including HR consultants and service providers.
 
The successful candidate will be required to have a university degree in humanities and a post graduate diploma in human resource management. 

S/he will need to have a minimum of ten years’ human resource experience, of which three years should be as a Senior HR Manager or a Senior HR Business Partner responsible for a fully- fledged HR department in a commercial environment. 

The ideal candidate will need to have experience in HRIS, talent management, HR analytics and driving performance. 

S/he will be required to have a good understanding of global HR trends and how these affect employee contribution and motivation. 

S/he will also be a good communicator, excellent ability to influence, an exemplary leader with good inter personal skills.

If you believe you fit the required profile, please send your applications in confidence to ess.ke@ke.pwc.com by Friday 21 December 2012 quoting the job reference number and the title of the position you are applying for. 

In addition, please attach a curriculum vitae that contains details of your qualifications, experience, present position, current remuneration, expected remuneration as well as copies of professional / academic certificates.

Include your day and evening telephone numbers, email address and names and address of three references.
 
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Fleet Management Database Administrator

The Organization
 
Finlays is a vertically integrated and geographically diversified agri-business that takes a leadership role in sustainability. 

The group has established itself as a reliable, responsible, innovative and sustainable producer with a deep knowledge and passion for its products.

Sustainability is pivotal to the group’s success and it lies at the heart of what Finlays does and stands for. 

Finlays is Kenya’s largest agricultural export group employing over 21,000 people and annually exporting over 300 million stems of flowers, 7 million kilos of vegetables, 26 million kilos of black tea and 3 million kilos of tea extract. 

The organization is geographically located in Nairobi, Naivasha, Kericho, Mt. Kenya and Mombasa and works with 1,200 vegetable out growers and 10,000 tea out growers.
 
The Job
 
We intend to recruit a Roadbase Administrator to join our Workshop in Ibis farm - Mt. Kenya Region (Near Nanyuki, -Laikipia).
 
Key Responsibilities
  • Producing parts issue report and fuel consumption report
  • Managing Fleet licensing in accordance to the Traffic Act Of Kenya
  • Counter checking workshop receipts and IDN’s
  • Producing Fuel and Lubes report
  • Carrying out fuel consumption comparison
  • Chase daily mileage report Job cards status, private costing both in Fuel and Parts.
  • Chasing parts and fuel reconciliation
  • Generating stock reconciliation report and stock valuation report
  • Counter checking stock issues, Stock purchases and Local Purchases
  • Producing stock valuation and variance report
  • Generating vehicle-costing report.
  • Producing Workshop efficiency report
Desired Competences/Qualifications
  • Diploma in IT with stores knowledge and/or Diploma in Stores Management with good IT knowledge
  • Good communication, organization and interpersonal skills,
  • 5 years experience in the same capacity in a busy Workshop will be an added advantage.
  • Able to work with minimum supervision.
  • Experience in Roadbase fleet management software will be an added advantage
If you fulfill the above requirements, send your application together with copies of relevant certificates, recommendation letters from previous employers and referees and daytime telephone contact to reach the undersigned on or before 15th December 2012.
 
Human Resources Manager
Finlays Horticulture (K) Limited
Private Bag
Nanyuki-10400
 
Applications can also be emailed to Personnel.Sirimon@finlays.net
 
Only short listed candidates will be contacted. 

Finlays Horticulture (K) Limited is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Post Harvest Foreman

The Organization
 
Finlays is a vertically integrated and geographically diversified agri-business that takes a leadership role in sustainability. 

The group has established itself as a reliable, responsible, innovative and sustainable producer with a deep knowledge and passion for its products. 

Sustainability is pivotal to the group’s success and it lies at the heart of what Finlays does and stands for. 

Finlays is Kenya’s largest agricultural export group employing over 21,000 people and annually exporting over 300 million stems of flowers, 7 million kilos of vegetables, 26 million kilos of black tea and 3 million kilos of tea extract. 

The organization is geographically located in Nairobi, Naivasha, Kericho, Mt. Kenya and Mombasa and works with 1,200 vegetable out growers and 10,000 tea out growers.
 
The Job
 
We intend to recruit a Post Harvest Foreman to join our Vegetables department in Ibis farm - Mt. Kenya Region (Near Nanyuki, -Laikipia).
 
Key Responsibilities
 
The successful candidate will manage our expanding areas of veg crop production in Ibis Farm, Timau.
 
You will be experienced in:-
  • Daily production and predictions
  • Coordination of transport of produce from field to packhouse
  • Labour administration, projections and utilization in the packhouse and field
  • Overseeing good picking procedures for crop sustenance
  • Overseeing all laid down standards of audits
  • Making sure produce is of good quality both at the field by timely picking and proper grading at the packhouse
  • Ensure that production records are accurate and up to date
Desired Competences/Qualifications
  • Diploma/Degree in horticulture/agricultural related discipline
  • 3 years experience in a veg setup, of which 1 year should be in supervisory role
  • Good communication, organization and interpersonal skills
  • Team player
  • A strong personal initiative with ability to work with minimum supervision
  • Flexibility and good decision making ability
If you feel you have the drive to fulfill these challenging positions please submit a detailed CV and copies of your testimonials including a reliable telephone contact of self and three referees to reach the undersigned not later than 15th December 2012.
 
Human Resources Manager
Finlays Horticulture (K) Limited
Private Bag
Nanyuki-10400
 
Applications can also be emailed to Personnel.Sirimon@finlays.net
 
Only short listed candidates will be contacted. 

Finlays Horticulture (K) Limited is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Panel Beater / Welder
 
The Organization
 
Finlays is a vertically integrated and geographically diversified agri-business that takes a leadership role in sustainability. 

The group has established itself as a reliable, responsible, innovative and sustainable producer with a deep knowledge and passion for its products. 

Sustainability is pivotal to the group’s success and it lies at the heart of what Finlays does and stands for. 

Finlays is Kenya’s largest agricultural export group employing over 21,000 people and annually exporting over 300 million stems of flowers, 7 million kilos of vegetables, 26 million kilos of black tea and 3 million kilos of tea extract. 

The organization is geographically located in Nairobi, Naivasha, Kericho, Mt. Kenya and Mombasa and works with 1,200 vegetable out growers and 10,000 tea out growers.
 
The Job
 
We intend to recruit a Panel Beater to join our Workshop in Ibis farm - Mt. Kenya Region (Near Nanyuki, - Laikipia).
 
Key Responsibilities
  • Determining vehicle damage and recommended repair procedure
  • Doing any welding work required and removing damaged panels and fixing dents.
  • Using mechanical and hydraulic equipment to straighten and realign chassis and body frames and using welding equipment to cut and join replacement sections or damaged panels.
  • Rustproof vehicle, remove rough spots on vehicle panels, carrying out masking procedures.
  • Colour matching and mixing paints, applying primer and finishing coats and polishing and waxing the finished paintwork.
Desired Competences/Qualifications
  • Government Trade Test 1
  • Good communication skills.
  • Three years experience in the same capacity in a busy Workshop will be an added advantage.
  • Able to work with minimum supervision.
If you fulfill the above requirements, send your application together with copies of relevant certificates and testimonials and daytime telephone contact to reach the undersigned on or before 15th December 2012
 
Human Resources Manager
Finlays Horticulture (K) Limited
Private Bag
Nanyuki-10400
 
Applications can also be emailed to personnel.Sirimon@finlays.net
 
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
 
Finlays Horticulture (K) Limited is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Concern Worldwide is an Irish - based non - governmental, international, humanitarian organization dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty in the world’s poorest countries.
 
Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced Kenyan Nationals for the following position:
 
Position: Project Officer - Community Empowerment 

(2 Vacancies)
 
Location: Marsabit
 
Contract: 3 years
 
Job Summary:
 
Concern Kenya has adopted the socially transformative Community Conversations (CC) approach that involves facilitating communities to analyze complex socio-cultural issues associated with community development. 

The incumbent will develop the technical capacity of Concern, Partner LNGO and Government staff in CCs including development, review and updating of CCs training manual and guidelines, quality assurance and direct monitoring of CCs in Concern’s programmes.
 
Person Specification
  • Bachelor’s degree in community development, social sciences or any other relevant field or
  • Diploma in community development, social sciences or any other relevant field and at least three years’ experience in implementing community projects
  • Minimum two years’ experience in applying participatory approach to development, experience in Community Conversations is an added advantage
  • Must be a Trainer of Trainer in participatory and adult learning techniques
  • Must have a working knowledge of Project Cycle Management
  • Good computing and report writing skills
  • Strong leadership, communication and management skills
  • Able to demonstrate good judgment, initiative, and resourcefulness
  • Be able to work independently, as well as in a team
  • Fluent in both spoken and written English and Kiswahili
A detailed job description for this position may be obtained by sending an email to the following address: concern.kenyavacancies@concern.net
 
Interested candidates, who meet the above requirements, should apply by sending a CV and a covering letter addressed to: -

The Human Resource Manager, 
Concern Worldwide, 
P.O. Box 13850-00800, 
Nairobi, 

to the following email address: nairobi.hr@concern.net
 
The closing date for application is Monday, 17th December, 2012. 

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview.

Each application should include three referees who can validate technical expertise. 

Telephone contacts must be submitted with the application.
 
Concern has a Code of Conduct and a Programme Participant Protection Policy to ensure the maximum protection of programme participants from abuse and exploitation.

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