Deputy Regional Director (Humanitarian) - Oxfam GB
 
Contract Type: Open ended
 
Based in Nairobi
 
Salary Range: £33,107 - £44,820 Net per annum. 
A competitive salary package will be negotiated with the right candidate based on skill and experience.
Oxfam will meet the tax and social security liabilities, plus attractive benefits including Housing, Medical, School Fees up to 3 children, among others.  
 
Background
 
Oxfam is one of the world's leading International Humanitarian Agencies, assisting people affected by poverty, natural disasters and conflict throughout the world. 
With over 5,000 staff and dedicated volunteers in more than 90 countries, Oxfam is able to achieve the greatest impact to alleviate poverty and suffering through combining emergency response work, long-term development programmes, and campaigning for lasting change. 
The Horn, East, and Central Africa (HECA) region is the largest region within Oxfam, covering ten countries including Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. 
The Regional Centre is based in Nairobi and provides leadership and strategic support to the Oxfam country programmes.

The role
 
Reporting to the Regional Director and responsible for the technical leadership of humanitarian work in the region, you will contribute and provide shared leadership and management support to the development, design and delivery of the regional strategies, resource mobilisation, programme quality, high risk project management and donor relations and coordinate humanitarian preparedness and responses within the region. 
You will line manage designated Country Directors and work closely with technical leads to leverage the integration of campaigning, policy and humanitarian work in all aspects of our programming. 
In addition, you will be an active member of the Regional Management Team and will deputise for the Regional Director, as may be requested.
 
The Person

To succeed in this role you will have:
  • A  track record of leading at a senior, strategic level in a complex environment with excellent representation, finance  and fundraising skills.
  • Proven strategic planning and strong humanitarian management skills, most especially in Africa with an ability to develop and lead others to deliver strategic outputs on both ends of the continuum between humanitarian work and long term development programming.
  • Well developed people management and team skills, high self awareness and proven ability to be flexible and sensitive in demanding situations with passion for working with others.
  • Commitment to values of inclusiveness, empowerment, accountability and gender equality
This is a great opportunity for a dedicated and dynamic professional. 
If you believe you are the candidate we are looking for, please submit your application and CV including a day time contact by applying online at 
Short listing will take place alongside the running advert which closes on 9th June 2013. 
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organization.
Job Reference: INT6240
 
Job Title: Programmes Manager South Sudan
 
Oxfam GB in South Sudan, based in Juba
 
An Exciting and Challenging Opportunity to Make a Difference Where It Counts
 
Open-ended Contract; Unaccompanied

Salary Range: GBP. £25,094 - £33,938 net per annum, GBP (£33,179 - £46,826 gross
equivalent) + GBP £4,000 Net Per Annum  Hard To Work Allowance and other substantial benefits.

Oxfam has been working in South Sudan for more than 3 decades in both humanitarian and long term development programming. 
After eight years of relative peace and almost two years after independence, we are moving our long term programming to a new phase, increasing our work through partners, reducing our direct implementation, applying the rights based approach and linking local issues to national, regional and international agenda. 
To achieve these objectives, we are looking for a dynamic and resource person to provide leadership to our long term programmes.
 
The Role
 
The Programs Manager will lead the transition from service delivery to rights based approach and from direct implementation to working through partners.  
Reporting to the Country Director you will manage the teams and partnerships in Upper Nile and Lakes States, the Civil Society Project and the Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor, in addition to deputising for the CD, as may be requested, and contributing to the overall  programme strategy, as  a key member of the Senior Management Team.  
You will ensure development and achievement of a high quality programme consistent with Oxfam's standards, values and codes; provide solid management of financial, and other resources; engage proactively with fundraising and grants management; oversee and guide partner identification and good partnership relations; implement gender sensitive programming and,  in  particular promote the full and equal participation of women in all aspects of our work . 
You will ensure excellent people management and development in accordance with Oxfam's performance management cycle and policies and  represent the Organisation in  external fora.

The person
 
To succeed in this role you will have substantial experience in a similar role in a similar context with strong understanding and extensive experience in rights based approach. 
You do not necessarily have a particular technical background, but you have demonstrated capacity to manage programmes and personnel and experience working through partners. 
Your capacity to understand the bigger picture will be unquestionable as well as your analytical and conceptual skills. 
Strong people management skills and experience will be essential; as will be experience on managing programmes through partners.  
Also essential will be excellent communication in English, oral and written; demonstrable project cycle management experience; as well as good monitoring & evaluation skills. 
You will have proven experience in representation, a good sense of judgment and a high level of discretion and diplomacy. 
You will be committed to the beliefs and values of Oxfam.
 
If you think you are the right candidate for the job apply on line at www.oxfam.org.uk/jobs Reference Number INT6240. 
Please ensure you attach a short letter on why you would like this job and work for Oxfam.  
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.  
 
Closing date is 09 June 2013.   
Women are encouraged to apply.
Global Clothing Company Ltd is a fast growing importer of second hand products.
 
We are seeking a Sales and Marketing Executive
 
The successful candidate must have
  • 3 years experience in sales and marketing
  • A holder of Sales and marketing Degree
  • A Holder of Business Administration degree/diploma will be an added advantage
  • A fresh, young and energetic individual who has a passion and flair for sales as well as being self-driven and result oriented.
  • Should also be willing to work in any of our branches/subsidiaries in other countries and possess the ability to meet and exceed stretch targets
  • Ability to close a sale with a proven track record, excellent communication skills both oral and written and positive attitude.
If you meet all these requirements and wish to join our team please send your application, detailed curriculum vitae, daytime telephone contact to: carol@globalclothingltd.com
 
Closing date is 25th June 2013.
 
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
An Excellent Internal Secondment Opportunity
 
Pan Africa Director – Oxfam GB
 
Maternity Cover – 4 Months (July – October 2013)
 
Salary Range:  circa £33,107 net per month including Accommodation & Living Expenses

Are you passionate about strengthening your experience and exposure in working with African citizens, civil society and states to transform injustice, poverty and inequalities in Africa? 
If yes, this secondment might just be the one you have been looking for.

The OXFAM Pan Africa programme promotes active citizenship, effective national governance and the realization and enjoyment of fundamental freedoms and human rights. 
We work with social movements, CSOs and their coalitions, the African Union and Governments to influence, popularise and implement key international and continental policy standards, pledges and human rights instruments. 
We also support a strong and autonomous Pan Africa campaigning force of coalitions, alliances and social movements around their own objectives.

An excellent internal secondment opportunity has arisen to provide maternity cover for the Pan Africa Director for 4 months. 
We are therefore urgently looking for a professional with a Pan African vision to fill this role.

As the Pan Africa Director, you will be an OXFAM spokesperson on Africa for a full range of international and national mass and media and work with OXFAM International in continental and global forums, directly contributing to the overall leadership of OXFAM through active contribution to organizational initiatives, strategies and thinking. 
You will directly manage 6 programme staff to creatively deliver on Strategic Plan objectives and effectively use a range of campaign techniques to bring about change.

To succeed in this role, you will have:
  • Excellent representational, mobilization and fundraising skills, ability to negotiate in alliances with others and represent at senior levels.
  • Proven strategic planning and advocacy management skills in Africa with an ability to develop and lead others to deliver strategic outputs in line with the requirements of an evolving global strategy.
  • Well developed people management and team skills, high self awareness and proven ability to be flexible and sensitive in demanding situations. Passion for working with others.
  • Commitment to values of inclusiveness, empowerment, accountability and gender equality
If you believe you are the candidate we are looking for, please submit your application and CV including a day time contact by applying online at 
Short listing will take place alongside the running advert which closes on 30th May 2013.  
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Diversity - The difference starts with you

We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organization.
Tetra Tech ARD, headquartered in Burlington, Vermont, is currently accepting expressions of interest from qualified candidates for a potential Grants Manager position on a USAID-funded program in Kenya.
 
Position Description / Summary: The Grants Manager will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the grants management process of a large and decentralized, devolution/governance project, including setting up grants management systems, drafting the Grants Under Contract Manual, drafting solicitations, managing proposal review, designing grant templates, drafting grants, ensuring grantee compliance with relevant rules and grant requirements, and timely close-out.

Responsibilities:
  • Be responsible for day to day management of the grants program in close consultation with the technical and management teams;
  • Follow strict adherence to USAID-approved Grants Management Plan; Tetra Tech’s grants management policies, procedures, and practices; and full compliance with USAID rules and regulations;
  • Oversee and manage grants staff and ensure cooperation and team work with administration and finance, procurement, and technical staff during the implementation of grant activities.
  • Build the capacity of potential grantee organizations to ensure successful grant project implementation;
  • Provide in-house training to technical and other staff to ensure full integration of the grants program with the overall project goals and objectives; and
  • Coordinate with technical staff to ensure that each grant awarded meets approved milestones on timely basis and maintains budgetary and reporting requirements.
Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Management, International Affairs or related field relevant to the position requirements
  • 5 years’ experience in managing large grants facilities
  • Minimum 3 years working in international development
  • English Language Fluency
Availability in late 2013 for rapid start-up
 
To be considered applicants must submit the following as part of the on-line process:
  • Cover Letter
  • CV in reverse chronological format
A list of at least 3 professional references including name, contact information, and statement of relationship to the reference.
 
Applications that do not meet the minimum requirements listed above will not be considered. 
No phone calls will be accepted.

Apply on-line at: 
https://careers.tetratechintdev.com/ARDCareers/App/InternationalPostingDetail.aspx?PostingId=645

Please indicate where you saw Tetra Tech ARD’s ad posted.

Tetra Tech is committed to diversity and gender equality in all of its operations- in the U.S and overseas. 
We strive to reflect these goals in our global mission and in our workplace. 
We encourage applications from women and underrepresented ethnic, racial and cultural groups. 
Tetra Tech is proud to be an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer.
Tetra Tech ARD, headquartered in Burlington, Vermont, is currently accepting expressions of interest from qualified candidates for a potential Finance Manager position on a USAID-funded program in Kenya.
 
Position Description/Summary: The Finance Manager will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of financial management of a large and decentralized, devolution/governance project, including financial systems implementation, budgeting, expenditure tracking, and financial reporting and accounting for both the prime Contractor and any sub-contractors or grantees.

Responsibilities:
  • Maintenance of accounting system in compliance with USAID and Tetra Tech requirements and regulations;
  • Payroll; preparation of cash projections, management of cash flow; budget control; financial reporting to headquarters and USAID (including accruals);
  • Preparation of project quarterly/annual budget projections;
  • Provision of guidance to staff on compliance with Tetra Tech and USAID budgetary regulations
  • Preparation of tax reports for Tetra Tech and/or USAID;
  • Safeguarding of data, financial records.
Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Accounting, Finance or related field relevant to the position requirements
  • 8 years’ experience in financial management
  • Minimum 5 years working in international development.
  • English language fluency.
To be considered applicants must submit the following as part of the on-line process:
  • Cover Letter
  • CV in reverse chronological format
  • A list of at least 3 professional references including name, contact information, and statement of relationship to the reference.
Applications that do not meet the minimum requirements listed above will not be considered.
No phone calls will be accepted.

Apply on-line at: https://careers.tetratechintdev.com/ARDCareers/App/InternationalPostingDetail.aspx?PostingId=642

Please indicate where you saw Tetra Tech ARD’s ad posted.

Tetra Tech is committed to diversity and gender equality in all of its operations- in the U.S and overseas. 
We strive to reflect these goals in our global mission and in our workplace. 
We encourage applications from women and underrepresented ethnic, racial and cultural groups. 
Tetra Tech is proud to be an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer.
The World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA), is a not for profit organisation and has been in operations for more than 30 years. 
We seek the protection of animals around the globe through our collective skills and knowledge to move individuals, organisations and governments to transform animals’ lives.  
From our International Office in London, UK and regional offices in 17 countries, worldwide, we work in more than 50 countries, creating positive change by exposing cruelty and pioneering sustainable solutions to animal suffering.
 
We are in the process of opening a regional office in Nairobi, Kenya to serve the Eastern Africa region and seek to hire a result driven Finance and Administration Manager
Reporting to the Regional Director you will have overall responsibility for setting up the department and developing and implementing organisational systems and processes for Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology (IT) and Administration management.

Responsibilities
 
General Management
  • Working in co-ordination with colleagues at WSPA’s International office in London, contribute to the efficient operation of WSPA Africa through the development, delivery and application of operating procedures for Finance, HR, Facilities and IT that are aligned with global operating policies and standards
  • Provide support to Country Directors and their finance staff to ensure that resources functions operate within the policies and procedures of the organisation and comply with all relevant legislation and professional standards in the relevant country
  • In consultation with the Regional Director and International colleagues, assist with the recruitment, selection and training of well-qualified staff.
 Finance
  • Maintain responsibility for all local financial operations and reporting, including budgeting and budgetary control, cash flow and treasury management, intercompany accounting, payroll and related statutory matters, financial, management and statutory reporting to the various stakeholders, and internal controls, audit and tax management
  • Oversee all aspects of grant management including performing due diligence, ensuring appropriate and timely preparation/revision of agreements, monitoring grantee financial progress against technical progress and ensuring proper record keeping
  • Set up and manage the reporting and accountability requirements for institutional donor funding
  • Oversee local procurement process, contract negotiation and tendering, identify and maintain preferred suppliers, ensure value for money, (including donor specific compliance for all these processes).
  • Oversee risk management and legal activities, letters of agreement, contracts, leases and other legal documents and agreements
  • Provide training and guidance to staff on the use of financial tools, budget formulation, tracking and adjustments, expense accounting, financial analysis and internal and donor reporting as required
  • Coordinate the roll-out of any global projects in the region (e.g. global treasury, NAV implementation, procedures development)
Human Resources
 
Working collaboratively with the HR Business Partner for Europe, Middle East & Africa and Resources colleagues in the region, you will:
  • Develop and deliver plans for recruitment, training and development
  • Coordinate information gathering and processes for compensation and benefits reviews and other reporting requirements
  • Ensure that annual appraisal processes take place across the region
  • Provide appropriate support/facilitation to any employee relations issues across the region
Information Technology
  • Working collaboratively with International office IT staff and Resources colleagues in the region (if/when in place), contribute to the development of an IT plan for the future and supervise its implementation to meet IT needs (hardware and software) as the organisation grows in the region.
Facilities
  • Oversee the management of and provide support as appropriate to,  WSPA Africa’s logistics needs
  • Work with the Director of Programmes and the Regional Director, to undertake responsibilities relating to health & safety and security, including the facilitation of appropriate insurances
Requirements
  • A degree majoring in Finance or Accounting with a professional accounting qualification such as CPA (K) or ACCA. A Masters degree will be an advantage.
  • 7 years experience working in a similar management position in an international organisation, INGO and or institutional donor funded environments
  • Working knowledge of integrated accounting packages; experience with Navision accounting software is of particular interest to us
  • Excellent technical accounting and analytical skills, computer (MS Office) skills
  • Proactive hands-on attitude with the ability to think strategically as well as identify and implement practical actions to a high standard
  • Excellent written, verbal communication and interpersonal and team working skills. WSPA’s working language is English.
  • Proven project management skills
  • Proven donor finance management skills
  • Strong organisational skills and meticulous attention to detail
  • High level of discretion and diplomacy
How to apply:
 
Your application should include a cover letter that demonstrates why you are the best suited candidate for this role; a detailed CV highlighting relevant experience; details of current and expected salary; a daytime phone contact, email address, and the names of three professional referees. 
All applications and enquiries should be sent to:
 
Adept Systems
Management Consultants
P O Box 6416, Nairobi, GPO 00100
Email: recruit@adeptsystems.co.ke

Only short listed candidates will be contacted. 
Please note that we do not charge fees for receiving or processing job applications.

Closing date: Friday 7th June 2013
Our client is one of the leading Companies dealing with Aluminium and Glass. 
The client is currently looking for qualified candidates to fill Sales Ladies Positions.
 
The jobholders will be responsible for the identifying and managing marketing opportunities, building an in-depth understanding of client business needs and managing the sales process to successful conclusion, for the achievement of maximum profitability and growth in line with company vision and values.

The tasks will include 
  • creating awareness of the organisation’s products to the existing and new markets; 
  • negotiating product terms with the clients; selling the organisation’s products; 
  • collecting the relevant information for building and updating the customers’ database; 
  • assisting in laying down marketing and selling strategies; 
  • identifying the potential prospects; participating in market campaigns and promotions; 
  • providing management with regular marketing intelligence; 
  • handling clients enquiries;
  • assisting in development and implementation of marketing plans as well as providing regular sales reports to the management as required.
Candidates should be:
  • 25 years of age and above
  • Trained in Sales and Marketing 
  • 2 Years experience in field sales and marketing
  • Excellent skills in communication,
  • Negotiation skills
  • Public relations,
  • Interpersonal relationships,
  • Computer skills and ability to work with minimum supervision.
The client will offer a retainer plus commission on products sold.

If you feel that you are up to the challenge and posses the necessary qualification and experience please send your resume and application letter indicating your experience and why you are the most suitable candidate for the role clearly quoting the job title “SALES LADY” to the email address jobs@outrivalhr.com.  
Kindly attach a current Photo size photograph.

The deadline for application is Monday, 27 May 2013.
A.I.C.  Kijabe Hospital 
 
Health Care Division


Assistant Newborn Community Health Program Officer

Purpose:
To give glory to God by assisting the NCH team in developing best practices to achieve Kenya’s Millennium Development Goals 4&5 promoting maternal and newborn health.

Duties and Responsibilities:  
(approximately 85% of time will be spent in program planning and delivery; 10% in monitoring and evaluation; 15% in resource mobilization)
  • Participate in community mobilization and education regarding newborn and maternal health, identifying the causes of morbidity and mortality and prevention, as well as developing linkages with communities and the health delivery system. 
  • Identify and train community health facilitators and healthcare professionals, utilizing the NCH mentored model.
  • Develop relationships and linkages with representatives from the National Ministry of Health that oversees Maternal and Newborn Health.
  • Actively promote the work of the Newborn Community Health program by analyzing data and submitting abstracts of the work for presentation at professional forums.
  • Identify and develop ways to improve the NCH program implementation.
  • Manage financial, human, and physical resources of the NCH program with excellence including adherence to donor specifications and Kijabe Hospital.
  • Maintain excellent working relationships within Kijabe Hospital to facilitate good communication and adhere to the applicable standards.
  • Monitoring and evaluation of the project processes.
  • Resource Mobilization from both Kenya and outside Kenya to achieve the goal of the project.
Minimum Acceptable Qualifications:
  • Desire to see effective education and care delivered to men, women and children.
  • KRCHN with at least two years experience in hospital or community nursing focused specifically in maternal newborn area and certificate in Maternal Newborn Health preferred or Bachelors Degree in Community Health or equivalent degree with four years of community experience
  • Knowledge of MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
Desirable Qualifications:
  • Demonstrated community involvement, especially as related to maternal newborn care.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work well in community setting.
  • Strong interest in evangelism as a component of community health work.
If you see yourself as a fit for the position, kindly send your application and CV to recruit.kh@kijabe.net on or before 31st May 2013.

To view a detailed job description, log on to www.kijabehospital.org career page

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