A children’s agency seeks to hire qualified and experienced personnel to fill the following positions
 
County Coordinators / Senior Social Workers
  • Degree in Social Work from a recognized University
  • Knowledge and experience in Project Management.
  • Three to five years experience as a Senior Social Worker or a Probation Officer
Pediatricians
  • M.med. in pediatrics or Pediatrics Clinical Officers from recognized institution.
  • Experience in management of programs and or institutions.
Clinical Officers
  • Degree/Diploma in Clinical Medicine with a bias in Pediatrics from a recognized institution
  • Minimum 3 years post qualification practice.
Lab Technician
  • Diploma in Laboratory Technology from a government institution.
  • Minimum Three years working experience gained in a busy medical laboratory
Send your application, together with a detailed CV, copies of certificates and contacts of 3 referees so as to reach us not later than 25th February 2013 to P.O Box 43982-00100 Nairobi.

Kenya Copyright Board
State Law Office
 

(Office of the Attorney General)

Job Re-Advertisement

Internal Auditor1

The Kenya Copyright Board is a State Corporation under the State Law Office (Office of the Attorney General) whose mandate is to enforce and administer copyright and related rights. 

The Board is looking for a suitable candidate to fill the position of Internal Auditor1.

Job Specification:
  • Bachelors’ degree in Finance/Accounting/Business Management or its equivalent
  • CPA (K)
  • Minimum of three years experience as Internal Audit II or relevant professional experience in Accounting/ Auditing gained from an organization with strong internal control framework.
  • An MBA or Postgraduate qualification in Auditing/Accountancy will be an added advantage
Suitably qualified candidates are invited to submit their applications including current salary, CV, two (2) references and copies of relevant certificates to:

The Executive Director,
Kenya Copyright Board;
NHIF Building, 5th floor,
P.O Box 34670-00100 Nairobi.

Closing date for applications is 28.02.2013. 

Those who applied earlier are advised not to re-apply.

Qualified persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

The Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi (AKUH,N), a premier tertiary teaching hospital, is fast growing with a network of over 30 multi-site medical centers in East Africa and a state-of-the-art Heart and Cancer Centre in Nairobi.

The Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi invites applications for the following positions:

Pharmacist

The Pharmacist will ensure correct interpretation of prescriptions and physician orders at both in-patient and out-patient levels to ensure safe and effective pharmaceutical services to meet customer needs.

Applicants must have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Pharmacy and a Practicing License from the Pharmacy and Poisons Board of Kenya. 

S/he must be registered with the Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya and have a minimum of 3 years hospital experience working in pharmaceutical services.

Business Development Officer

The Business Development Officer will actively seek and sustain business development  opportunities and strategically develop mutual relationships with internal and external stakeholders to ensure continued growth of volume.

Applicants must have a Degree in Marketing or related field with at least 3 years, experience in Health Care Marketing. S/he should have excellent presentation, listening and consulting skills.

Dental Hygienist

The Dental Hygienist will provide oral health care and education to patients that visit the dental clinic. S/he will also maintain hygiene instruments and manage the dental stock items.

Applicants must have a minimum of a Diploma in community oral health or equivalent with at least 2 years relevant practice including one year internship from a reputable institution.

Applicants for all the above positions should be computer literate with excellent communication and customer service skills.

Applications together with detailed Curriculum Vitae, names of three referees, telephone contact, e-mail address and copies of certificates and testimonials should be sent to, the Manager, Recruitment, Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi. P. O. Box 30270-00100, NAIROBI or by email to hr.recruitment@aku.edu so as to reach not later than 26th February 2013.

Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Direct Sales Staff

The Employer

A rapidly expanding local commercial bank with a country-wide network is looking to maintain and enhance its leadership position in the industry through the recruitment of Direct Sales Staff.

The Candidates

Fresh, young and energetic individuals who have a passion and flair for sales as well as being self-driven and result oriented.

The ideal candidates should also be willing to work in any of our branches spread all over the country, for six days in a week and possess the ability to meet and exceed stretch targets.

Main Duty

To aggressively sell and market bank products on a commission basis.

Requirements
  • Minimum of KCSE C+ (Plus) overall grade, with a C+ in Mathematics and English
  • Degree/Diploma/Certificate in a Business Related field will be an added advantage
  • Computer Literate
  • Excellent communication skills both oral and written
  • Previous sales experience in a financial/insurance institution will be an added advantage
  • Age-28yrs and below
If you meet all these requirements and wish to join our highly skilled and award-winning team, please send your application accompanied by copies of certificates, detailed curriculum vitae, testimonials and a daytime telephone contact through the voucher number shown below by 15th February 2013.

DNA/i 456
RO. Box 49010-00100
Nairobi.

We are an equal opportunity employer.
We regret that only short listed candidates will be contacted.



Public Health Specialist

The United States Embassy – Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Kenya has a vacancy for Public Health Specialist (HIV/AIDS Treatment and Prevention) in Nairobi. 

The Technical Advisor (TA) oversees HIV/AIDS treatment and care for the Division of Global HIV/AIDS (DGHA)-Kenya and its Implementing Partners at selected service delivery and study sites in Kenya. 

The TA will contribute to local, provincial and national levels regarding adult and pediatric care and treatment activities, curriculum development and trainings.

Responsibilities are in two broad areas: 

Implementing/supporting treatment and care activities; and working with Implementing Partners throughout Kenya. 

Technical duties include leading efforts to ensure that treatment and care activities are based on the most recent relevant and science-based data, and that scientific knowledge is translated into program guidelines and practices for both opportunistic infection (OI) prophylaxis and ARV use. 

General responsibilities of the position are to ensure that all activities contribute to the achievement of CDC and DGHA-Kenya goals.

Requirements:
  • Medical qualification (United States MD or equivalent) and a Master’s degree in internal medicine - Mmed) or a Master’s degree in Public Health or a Master’s degree in Epidemiology is required. 
  • Experience: (1). Medical and Public Health: - At least 3 years of specialist experience in the clinical management of HIV/AIDS is required, which must include experience with the use of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) and OI prophylaxis.
    (2). 
  • International Experience: At least 3 years of medical and public health experience in developing countries is required, with an emphasis on HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections, or reproductive health. 
  • Level IV (fluent) English ability and Level IV (fluent) Kiswahili are required. 
  • Must have technical knowledge of clinical medicine, epidemiology, and public health relevant to the African setting. 
  • Must be able to process written reports and must have strong computer skills in spreadsheets and database software packages.
Those fulfilling the requirements of the position should submit on line application to the following link: http://americanembassy.myjobsinkenya.com before March 1, 2013.


Job Code Title: Project Coordinator (PC)
 
Reports to: The Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) Economic Justice Programme Manager
 
Position Status: Initial one year with possibilities of extension based on satisfactory performance. 

The Position is based in OSISA Johannesburg, South Africa (Duration 01 March 2013 - 01 March 2014)
 
Search closes: 22nd February 2013
 
Send resume and cover letter to jobs@osisa.org
 
The Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) is an institution committed to deepening democracy and protecting human rights and enhancing good governance in Africa.
 
The Southern Africa Resource Watch and the Economic Justice Programme of OSISA are hosting a UNDP supported regional project on “Improving SLM and UNCCD policy and practice interaction in Sub Sahara Africa through civil society capacity building”.
 

The regional project aims to improve the socio - economic development and livelihoods of rural communities in Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) through sustainable land management with an objective of empowering local grassroots organizations in SSA to participate and influence the implementation of the Ten Year Strategy of the UNCCD, TerrAfrica and other Sustainable Land Management (SLM) processes, programmes and policies.
 
A Project Coordinator is needed to manage this project and we are seeking a dynamic person to fill this position. 

Responsibilities include:
  • Manage the realization of project outputs through planned activities
  • Provide direction and guidance to project teams/ project partners (Environnement et D√©velopement en Afrique (ENDA) and Equator Initiative (UNOPS)
  • Liaise with the project board and UNDP Namibia country office to assure the overall direction and implementation of the project
  • Monitor events as determined in the monitoring & communication plan, updating the plan as required;
  • manage requests for the provision of financial resources
  • Manage and monitor the project risks throughout the project lifecycle
  • Capture lessons and document good practices in projects
  • Preparation of standard progress reports and key targets as per UNDP/GEF & OSISA reporting requirements
  • Coordination with broad stakeholders including national and regional governments, civil society, local communities, NGOs, CBOs, private sectors and the general public
Qualifications
  • Master’s degree in environmental sciences, development studies or humanities with a strong emphasis on environment and development
  • Minimum of five years’ experience in project management, implementation and monitoring
  • Knowledge on SLM and UNCCD processes
  • Rights based approaches to development
  • Multidisciplinary background in environment, development and human rights
  • Programme management and coordination
  • Good writing, communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to manage several simultaneous projects in a fast paced environment
  • Good interpersonal skills, self driven, highly motivated
  • Ability to function independently with minimal supervision
  • Ability to work under pressure, yet producing quality results is essential
  • Ability to work in a multi cultural environment with different partners
  • Integrity, diplomatic manner and professional discretion essential
For more information: www.osisa.org
 
Compensation: Competitive salary, with good benefits package
 
No phone calls, please.
 
Only successful candidates will be contacted

Applications invited for 3 months advanced training scheme and work experience placements starting in September 2013 in leading law firms in London.
 
International Lawyers for Africa (ILFA) is an award winning initiative set up by leading law firms and academics in the UK, which aims to develop African lawyers' legal skills in international relations, trade, finance and dispute resolution. 

Applications are invited from qualified lawyers:
  • working or seeking to work in private practice, commerce or government service
  • committed to developing their legal skills in international law, commercial law and/or dispute resolution
Interested candidates should obtain an application form online from www.ilfa.org.uk
 
Applications to be submitted to the in country committee
 
P.O Box 40111 - 00100, Nairobi by 15th March 2013.
 
Envelopes should be clearly marked ILFA - Kenya.

Request for Proposals – 2013
 
GEF Small Grants Programme of UNDP
 
The Global Environment Facility Small Grants Programme (GEF SGP) implemented by UNDP, provides grants for initiatives of communities and civil society organizations, to enable them implement projects in the focal areas of biodiversity conservation, climate change mitigation, and sustainable land management. 

The community-based projects are designed to result in positive change in the environment while at the same time supporting poverty reduction and local empowerment objectives.
 
In the current fifth operational phase, SGP Kenya’s approach is to promote the effective implementation of a series of innovative policies and norms that enable community stewardship of national resources. In so doing, SGP Kenya intends to create a mosaic of land uses and community practices that provide sustainable livelihoods while generating global environmental benefits.
 
Below are four components that provide the framework under which community activities are implemented. Under each of the components is a list of ideas/activities that contribute to SGP’s targets, and which should be used for the development of proposals.
 
Component 1) Sustainable management of Landscapes and Seascapes for biodiversity conservation
 
a. Mt. Kenya Eco-system
 
i. Implementation of forest management plans by CFAs
 
ii. Innovative conservation projects by WRUAs and other NGOs/CBOs contributing to conservation of Mt. Kenya forest
 
b. Community Conservancies in Laikipia
 
i. Training program on sustainable rangeland management and biodiversity conservation for community conservancies
 
ii. Strengthening of conservancy management plans and implementation of the plans
 
c. Conservation of significant coastal and marine biodiversity
 
i. Mangrove conservation in Kilifi County and Funzi Bays
 
ii. Develop and implement management plans for LMMAs/Co-management areas
 
 iii. Conservation of significant marine biodiversity – in biodiversity hotspots .

Component 2) Maintenance and improvement of flow of forest and agro-system services to sustaining livelihoods of local communities
 
d. Kenya Forest (Charcoal) Rules
 
i. Create awareness on the Kenya Forest (charcoal ) rules, and assist communities to produce and sell charcoal in line with the rules
 
e. Sustainable Land Management (SLM) in Laikipia county
 
i. Training program in SLM practices
 
ii. Innovative means to enhance resilience to Climate Change of pastoral and farmer communities 

Component 3) Climate change mitigation through capacity development and promotion of low-carbon technologies at community level
 
f. Installation of biogas units, particularly in the Mt. Kenya region
 
g. Promote adoption of renewable energy technologies for off-grid communities 

Component 4) Cross-cutting Capacity development and Knowledge management
 
h. Training workshops for stakeholders on project development and management, linked to environment conservation
 
i. Organizing and hosting knowledge eco-fairs
 
j. Training programme on identification and tracking of indicators and participatory monitoring
 
All proposals must be developed using the GEF SGP proposal guidelines, and they should contribute to the project targets as set out in the project framework.
 
For detailed information regarding the call for proposal, including the proposal guidelines and project framework, visit the GEF SGP Kenya website at www.gefsgp-undp.or.ke, or contact Wachira at wachiracaritas@yahoo.com (tel: 0720 -957881).
 
Proposals are to be sent by mail/courier/hand-delivery to the designated offices below, by 12 noon Tuesday February 26nd 2013. 

Proposals delivered to the Nairobi office should be dropped at the UNDP TENDER BOX, placed at the main UN gate. Proposals from the Mt. Kenya region and Laikipia county can be delivered to the SGP office in Nanyuki. 

Details are below. 

Only short-listed proposals will be acknowledged by March 15th 2013.
 
The National Coordinator,
GEF/ Small Grants Programme,
c/o UNDP Registry
Block M, third floor
off UN Avenue
P. O. Box 30218- 00100,
Nairobi

or

SGP Mt. Kenya/Laikipia office
Attn: Simon Wachira
C/o CETRAD office
Buttsons Complex
off Hospital Road
P. O. Box 144 - 10400,
Nanyuki

Request for Proposals – 2013
 
GEF Small Grants Programme of UNDP
 
The Global Environment Facility Small Grants Programme (GEF SGP) implemented by UNDP, provides grants for initiatives of communities and civil society organizations, to enable them implement projects in the focal areas of biodiversity conservation, climate change mitigation, and sustainable land management. 

The community-based projects are designed to result in positive change in the environment while at the same time supporting poverty reduction and local empowerment objectives.
 
In the current fifth operational phase, SGP Kenya’s approach is to promote the effective implementation of a series of innovative policies and norms that enable community stewardship of national resources. In so doing, SGP Kenya intends to create a mosaic of land uses and community practices that provide sustainable livelihoods while generating global environmental benefits.
 
Below are four components that provide the framework under which community activities are implemented. Under each of the components is a list of ideas/activities that contribute to SGP’s targets, and which should be used for the development of proposals.
 
Component 1) Sustainable management of Landscapes and Seascapes for biodiversity conservation
 
a. Mt. Kenya Eco-system
 
i. Implementation of forest management plans by CFAs
 
ii. Innovative conservation projects by WRUAs and other NGOs/CBOs contributing to conservation of Mt. Kenya forest
 
b. Community Conservancies in Laikipia
 
i. Training program on sustainable rangeland management and biodiversity conservation for community conservancies
 
ii. Strengthening of conservancy management plans and implementation of the plans
 
c. Conservation of significant coastal and marine biodiversity
 
i. Mangrove conservation in Kilifi County and Funzi Bays
 
ii. Develop and implement management plans for LMMAs/Co-management areas
 
 iii. Conservation of significant marine biodiversity – in biodiversity hotspots .

Component 2) Maintenance and improvement of flow of forest and agro-system services to sustaining livelihoods of local communities
 
d. Kenya Forest (Charcoal) Rules
 
i. Create awareness on the Kenya Forest (charcoal ) rules, and assist communities to produce and sell charcoal in line with the rules
 
e. Sustainable Land Management (SLM) in Laikipia county
 
i. Training program in SLM practices
 
ii. Innovative means to enhance resilience to Climate Change of pastoral and farmer communities 

Component 3) Climate change mitigation through capacity development and promotion of low-carbon technologies at community level
 
f. Installation of biogas units, particularly in the Mt. Kenya region
 
g. Promote adoption of renewable energy technologies for off-grid communities 

Component 4) Cross-cutting Capacity development and Knowledge management
 
h. Training workshops for stakeholders on project development and management, linked to environment conservation
 
i. Organizing and hosting knowledge eco-fairs
 
j. Training programme on identification and tracking of indicators and participatory monitoring
 
All proposals must be developed using the GEF SGP proposal guidelines, and they should contribute to the project targets as set out in the project framework.
 
For detailed information regarding the call for proposal, including the proposal guidelines and project framework, visit the GEF SGP Kenya website at www.gefsgp-undp.or.ke, or contact Wachira at wachiracaritas@yahoo.com (tel: 0720 -957881).
 
Proposals are to be sent by mail/courier/hand-delivery to the designated offices below, by 12 noon Tuesday February 26nd 2013. 

Proposals delivered to the Nairobi office should be dropped at the UNDP TENDER BOX, placed at the main UN gate. Proposals from the Mt. Kenya region and Laikipia county can be delivered to the SGP office in Nanyuki. 

Details are below. 

Only short-listed proposals will be acknowledged by March 15th 2013.
 
The National Coordinator,
GEF/ Small Grants Programme,
c/o UNDP Registry
Block M, third floor
off UN Avenue
P. O. Box 30218- 00100,
Nairobi

or

SGP Mt. Kenya/Laikipia office
Attn: Simon Wachira
C/o CETRAD office
Buttsons Complex
off Hospital Road
P. O. Box 144 - 10400,
Nanyuki

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