Call for Applications
 
United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
 
Scholarship to Attend the Women’s Peacebuilding Leadership Program at Eastern Mennonite University, Virginia, USA
 
USAID Kenya and USAID East Africa are offering eight scholarships to qualified Kenyan women from conflict-affected communities to attend the Women’s Peacebuilding Leadership Program at Eastern Mennonite University in the USA. 

Those chosen for this program will study for a Graduate Certificate in Peacebuilding Leadership. 

Courses in this program will teach peacebuilding and leadership theory along with practical skills, and includes a strong mentoring program to assist students to enhance their peacebuilding efforts within Kenya. 

The program is targeting women peacebuilding practitioners who are recognized in their community as possessing leadership potential and dedication to their community.
 
The program will include three short courses in the US in May and June, 2014; and two short courses in the East Africa region in June 2015. 

Both academic and practical peacebuilding work are required in the time between the courses. 

The coursework will be completed by December, 2015, at which time the Graduate Certificates will be awarded. 

Students accepted into this program must be available for six weeks during May and June, 2014, for three weeks during June, 2015, and one week in December, 2015.

The Center for Justice and Peace building (CJP) at Eastern Mennonite University equips and sustains
individuals, groups and communities to work for justice and peace through education, training, practice and research. 

The program prepares students to creatively work for long-term sustained, structural change, whether in an organization or community or on a large-scale level.

Interested candidates must possess the following qualifications.
  1. Must be a Kenyan citizen from conflict-affected communities.
  2. A 4-year undergraduate degree, preferably in the social sciences. Candidates who do not meet these criteria but have undergraduate work of at least two years and have extensive peacebuilding experience may be considered.
  3. Applicants must have an undergraduate GPA of at least 2.75 (based on a four-point scale).
  4. A TOEFL score of 550, or an IELTS score of 6.5 are required. This may be waived in some cases.
  5. At least two years of experience in peacebuilding or related work: conciliation, mediation, trauma healing, advocacy, restorative justice, community development/relief work.
  6. Demonstrated leadership or leadership potential.
  7. Recommendations and support by a local organization and other peacebuilding actors.
To Apply:
 
The online application and detailed instructions are available athttp://emu.edu/cjp/womens-leadership/ 

Click on the “Kenyan 2014 applicants” button and use the password wplp2014 when requested on the following web page.
 
The deadline for submitting completed applications is 28 December, 2013. 

Incomplete applications will not be considered. 

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
Senior Management Opportunities
 
Our client is a well-established state corporation involved in commercial operations and is also one of the fastest growing organisations in its sector. 

In order to achieve its ambitious growth plans, the organisation is recruiting highly experienced, self-driven individuals with the ability to think strategically and develop long term plans.
 
It is currently seeking to fill the following positions:
 

Head of Finance

Ref: HF/11/13 

Reporting to the General Manager-Finance and Administration, the Head of Finance will be responsible for formulating, planning and implementing finance related activities of the Corporation.
 
Key responsibilities will include:
  • Managing financial and management reporting to ensure timely issuance of reports;
  • Managing the treasury function and securing funding at competitive rates;
  • Developing and ensuring timely implementation of financial strategic plans;
  • Preparing and monitoring budgets;
  • Ensuring optimum and effective working capital management;
  • Acting as the chief liaison with external auditors and KRA;
  • Ensuring efficient revenue collection, disbursements, accounting and reporting;
  • Developing and ensuring compliance to company policies and statutory requirements; and
  • Coaching, mentoring and developing the finance team.
Skills and Attributes
  • Masters degree in Finance, Accounting or Strategic Management;
  • Bachelors degree in Finance, Economics or Accounting;
  • CPA/ACCA;
  • Member of ICPAK or other recognised accounting body;
  • At least 10 years’ relevant experience, 5 of which must be at a senior management level;
  • Ability to work in a high pressure environment; and
  • Excellent communication and analytical skills with attention to detail.
Head of Human Resources and Administration

Ref: HR/11/13

Reporting to the General Manager-Finance and Administration, the Head of Human Resources and Administration will be responsible for attracting, developing and retaining skilled, motivated and high performing employees.
 
Key responsibilities will include:
  • Developing and implementing the annual HR business plan;
  • Formulating, reviewing and ensuring compliance with HR policies and procedures;
  • Developing and implementing equitable job grading and salary structures;
  • Developing manpower plans, staff recruitment, training and development programs;
  • Providing leadership in performance management and appraisal processes;
  • Developing and implementing staff motivation and retention initiatives;
  • Managing employee relations, welfare, compensation, benefits, safety and health; and
  • Coaching, mentoring and developing the HR and Administration team.
Skills and Attributes
  • Masters degree in Business Administration, Strategic Management or Human Resources Management;
  • Bachelors degree in Social Sciences;
  • Higher Diploma in Human Resource Management;
  • Member of IHRM or other recognised HR professional body;
  • At least 10 years relevant experience, 5 of which must be at a manager level in a busy environment; and
  • Excellent communication, counselling and conflict resolution skills.
If your career objectives match any of these challenging and exciting roles, please submit your application with a detailed CV, stating the reference number, your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts to reach us on or before 13 December 2013 addressed to:
 
The Director
Executive Selection Division
Deloitte Consulting Limited
Deloitte Place
Muthangari
P.O. Box 40092 00100, 
Nairobi, Kenya
 
Email: esd@deloitte.co.ke

Request for Proposal for the Provision of Media Monitoring Services

The Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC) was founded in 1992 and registered in Kenya in 1994 as a national level Non-Governmental Organization (NGO). 

Throughout its existence, the core agenda of the Commission has been campaigning for the entrenchment of a human rights and democratic culture in Kenya through monitoring, documenting and publicizing rights violations.

This document is a formal Request for Proposal (RFP) for the provision of Media Monitoring Company Services detailed below in the section of this RFP entitled “Requirements”.
  • All the information contained in this RFP and in the Provider’s response will be handled with confidentiality by both the Media Monitoring Company and KHRC.
  • The offer should remain valid through to 13th December, 2013.
  • In issuing this RFP, there is no obligation for KHRC to select and procure all or some of the services offered.
  • Any statement and cost-proposal made by the Media Monitoring Company will form the basis of any contract that may be entered between KHRC and the vendor.
  • KHRC shall not be liable for or required to pay any costs, expenses or losses that may be incurred by the Media Monitoring Company in the preparation of their Proposal response.
  • All required information will be submitted on the documents specified in this RFP.
  • KHRC does not bind itself to accept the lowest bid of any Proposal and reserves the right to accept a portion of any Proposal.
  • The Media Monitoring Company is to submit a fully qualifying bid.
  • KHRC reserves the right to conduct unannounced site visits.
  • KHRC may contact the clients listed in this proposal.
Deadline for Submission of Proposals
 
All proposal submissions should be received at the Kenya Human Rights Commission Offices by 4.00pm on 13th December, 2013. to be deemed “received on time”.
 
Transmission of Proposals
 
Submissions should be handed over in a sealed and unmarked envelope to:
 
Finance & Administration Manager
Kenya Human Rights Commission
Opposite Valley Arcade Shopping Centre
Gitanga Road, Box 41079 - Nairobi 00100
 
Presentation of Proposals
 
The proposal must be submitted in one copy, bound, typed and completely printed. A soft copy should be attached on CD-ROM.
 
The detailed format of the proposal is provided below following the “Requirements” section. 

The proposal is made up of four different sections:
  1. Vendor Profile
  2. Financial Proposal
  3. Technical Proposal
  4. Certificate of Disclosure
Requirements
 
KHRC is seeking to enter into a contract with a Media Monitoring Company, although the length of the contract may be reviewed depending on the particulars of the winning bid.
 
As described in more detail below:
  • Tracking of all human rights violations relating to KHRC’s three thematic areas namely: Civil and Political Rights; Equality and Non-Discrimination; and Economic and Social Rights are reported in the media. The media refers to all print, broadcast and online media.
  • Content analysis of the activities of the media that amount to human rights violations.
  • Possibly capture the emerging human rights issues at regional and global levels.
  • Delivery of media monitoring reports on daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly basis as they occur for immediate action or response.
  • Data analysis and compiled reports to feed into the KHRC violations database and periodical reports.
Contract Monitoring
 
The Media Monitoring Company and KHRC will meet on a regular basis to discuss any issue arising in the course of the contract.

The Media Monitoring Company accepts that KHRC may require external evaluations of the vendors ’services and prices and will extend it fullest cooperation during such evaluations.
Republic of Kenya
 
Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources
 
State Department of Water
 
Kenya Water Security and Climate Resilience Project (Phase 1)
 
Project No. P117635; (Credit No. IDAQ7950)
 
Expression of Interest
 
Ref: MEWNR / KWSCRP-1 /13/2013-2014
 
Senior Environmental Safeguards Specialist
 
The Government of Kenya has received financing from the International Development Association (World Bank) towards implementation of the Kenya Water Security and Climate Resilience Project - Phase 1 (KWSCRP-1), and it intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for consulting services to be procured under this Credit.
 
As part of coordination and supporting the implementation of the project activities, the Government of Kenya wishes to hire Senior Environment Safeguards Specialist for a period of one (1) year.
 

Objective of the Consultancy and Scope of Services
 
The objective of this Consultancy is to provide technical support to Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (MEWNR) and will guide on all environmental and environmental safeguards aspects of investments prepared under the Project in order to ensure proper adherence to World Bank Safeguard Policies during Project implementation.

In particular establishing Environmental criteria for the selection of investments under the Project preparing the environmental safeguards instruments for investments under the project and ensuring compliance with Environmental and Social Safeguards Framework (ESMF) for the overall project, undertake a scoping level review of ESIA reports of 6-10 investments (completed or under preparation), as part of a sub-project screening.

Qualifications and Experience
  • An advanced degree in environmental management, or environmental engineering (or comparable field), 
  • at least 15 years of relevant work experience on environmental management in water resources development and related investment projects, 
  • direct knowledge of (and experience working with) Kenyan environmental laws and regulations, 
  • direct and intensive experience in working on World Bank/IDA financed development projects.
Remuneration
 
Remuneration will be based on international competitive rates and will reflect the selected candidate’s area of expertise and relevant work experience.

Selection Method
 
Selection of an Individual Consultant will be in accordance with World Bank’s Guidelines for
 
Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011.
 
The selection criteria will be solely based on individual experience and qualifications.
 
The Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (the Client) now invites eligible consultants to forward their Expressions of Interest (EOI) in providing these services.

Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services, including CVs, copies of academic certificates and other relevant material demonstrating experience in similar conditions and availability of appropriate skills.

Invitation for EOI
 
Interested consultants may obtain further information in the detailed Terms of Reference (ToR) posted at the Ministry websitewww.water.go.ke and at the address below during office hours between 0900 – 1630 hours from Monday – Friday inclusive, except public holidays in Kenya, before the deadline for submission of Expression of Interest.

The completed expression of interest documents in writing in three (3) copies must be delivered to the Tender Box on Ground Floor, Maji House or send to the address below so as to be received on or before 13th December, 2013 at 10:00am Kenyan Local time.

The expression of interest must be in plain sealed envelopes and clearly marked “REF: MEWNR/ KWSCRP-1/13/2014-2015 – SENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL SAFEGUARDS SPECIALIST” addressed to:
 
Project Manager,
Kenya Water Security and Climate Resilience Project Phase 1,
Ministry of Environment, Water &Natural Resources, Maji House, Ngong Road,
P.O. Box 49720-00100, 
Nairobi. 

Tel: +254 02 2716103 Ext. 42313.
 
E-mail : ewscr-project@water.go.ke
Republic of Kenya
 
Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources
 
State Department of Water
 
Kenya Water Security and Climate Resilience Project (Phase 1)
 
Project No. P117635; (Credit No. IDAQ7950)
 
Expression of Interest
 
Ref: MEWNR / KWSCRP-1 /12/2013-2014
 
Legal Advisor
 
The Government of Kenya has received financing from the International Development Association (World Bank) towards implementation of the Kenya Water Security and Climate Resilience Project - Phase 1 (KWSCRP-1), and it intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for consulting services to be procured under this Credit.
 
As part of coordination and supporting the implementation of the project activities, the Government of Kenya wishes to hire Legal Advisor for a period of one (1) year.
 

Objective of the Consultancy and Scope of Services
 
The objective of this Consultancy is to provide technical support to Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (MEWNR) on water sector legislation and policy process. 

In particular, the consultant will be responsible for, amongst others, legal aspects related to Mwache Dam Project and other pipeline projects, support to legal aspects for implementation of the Water Sector Reforms and Capacity Building of water sector institutions, activities for enhancing and strengthening institutional and legal reforms associated with aligning the water sector with the Constitution of Kenya (2010), legal aspects related to the functions of the PMU and on environmental and social safeguards.
 
Qualifications and Experience
  • An advanced degree in Law or equivalent in the area of legislation; 
  • at least 10 years of directly relevant work experience the legal field, particularly as related to water resources and environment; 
  • direct experience working on and knowledge of the legal framework and ongoing reforms in Kenya; 
  • demonstrated experience in developing and managing programmes of institutional change; 
  • preferably in the water sector as well as direct experience working on legal/institutional aspects in World Bank/IDA financed development projects.
Remuneration
 
Remuneration will be based on international competitive rates and will reflect the selected candidate’s area of expertise and relevant work experience.

Selection Method
 
Selection of an Individual Consultant will be in accordance with World Bank’s Guidelines for Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011.

The selection criteria will be solely based on individual experience and qualifications.

The Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (the Client) now invites eligible consultants to forward their Expressions of Interest (EOI) in providing these services.

Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services, including CVs, copies of academic certificates and other relevant material demonstrating experience in similar conditions and availability of appropriate skills.
 
Invitation for EOI
 
Interested consultants may obtain further information in the detailed Terms of Reference (ToR) posted at the Ministry websitewww.water.go.ke and at the address below during office hours between 0900 – 1630 hours from Monday – Friday inclusive, except public holidays in Kenya, before the deadline for submission of Expression of Interest.

The completed expression of interest documents in writing in three (3) copies must be delivered to the Tender Box on Ground Floor, Maji House or send to the address below so as to be received on or before 13th December, 2013 at 10:00am Kenyan Local time. 

The expression of interest must be in plain sealed envelopes and clearly marked “REF: MEWNR / KWSCRP-1/12/2014-2015 – LEGAL ADVISOR” addressed to:

Project Manager,
Kenya Water Security and Climate Resilience Project Phase 1,
Ministry of Environment, Water &Natural Resources, Maji House, Ngong Road,
P.O. Box 49720-00100, 
Nairobi. 

Tel: +254 02 2716103 Ext. 42313.
 
E-mail : ewscr-project@water.go.ke
Republic of Kenya
 
County Assembly of Nyandarua
 
Office of the Clerk
 
Call for Public Participation in Designing the County Assembly Service Board Logo and ‘Motto’

The County Assembly of Nyandarua service board through the Office of the clerk invites suggestions, proposals and designs of the county Assembly Service Board logo and ‘Motto ‘from members of the public and interested persons.

The suggestions, proposals and designs should put into consideration the County’s heritage, geographical features, agricultural products, culture, tourism features and any other unique feature of the County.
 

The best designer shall be awarded Kshs 50,000.00, 2nd best designer Kshs 30,000.00 and the 3rd best designer Kshs 20,000.00 as a token of appreciation.

Professionals, students and youth institutions are encouraged to participate
 
Kindly submit and/or send the suggestions, proposals and designs to reach the undersigned on or before Friday 20th Dec 2013.
 
The Clerk,
County Assembly of Nyandarua
P. O. Box 720-20303
Ol’kalou
 
Tel: 0202195543
 
E-mail: nyandaruacountyassembly@gmail.com
Regional Manager Sales – Transformer Oils – East Africa

The company based out of Mauritius is the sole distributor for Transformer Oils for East Africa for principals, incorporated in Sweden, which is the parent company of an international group specializing in producing and marketing specialty oil products. 

They four own refineries, two in Sweden and two in the UK, one of which is a joint venture. 

Through alliances with other specialty oil producers they also control supply points in Belgium, Germany, Finland, the US, Curacao and now Mauritius.

Their business is specialized oil applications and within their field they are a world leader and maintain production facilities in Europe, North and South America and have offices in some 30 countries.

Regional Manager Sales – Transformer Oils – East Africa


The candidate should have experience and knowledge of the markets for Transformer Oil in East Africa.

Should be well versed in tenders and contracts and specifications of the transformer oils required by customers.

Excellent skills in customer relationship

Salary best in industry

Job Location Nairobi, Kenya.

Please apply to globaltalentexplorers@gmail.com
Job Title: Hotel Inventory Control Accountant

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Job Description: The Inventory Control Accountant is primarily responsible for applying accounting principles and procedures to analyze inventory transactions, balances and financial information to properly reflect the value of inventory on the balance sheet and related transactions on the P&L as well as creating other inventory related analyses and reports.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Ensure accurate and timely month-end closing tasks that include, account analysis and reconciliations, accruals, journal entries and reporting
  • Ensure proper supporting documentation, analysis and tie out of all account reconciliations.
  • Analyze inventory cost variances and other accuracy issues impacting perpetual inventory records
  • Develop a strong understanding of business, inventory flow and systems. Work cross functionally to research and resolve various issues impacting inventory accuracy or month-end close process
  • Assist with preparation and support of external audits engagements
  • Assist with planning, execution, reconciliation and reporting of physical counts.
  • Be proactive in planning and executing to meet month-end close, financial reporting deadlines and other project timelines
  • Ensure financial records are compliant with company policies and procedures. Assist with maintaining and developing strong internal controls Revise/create process narratives and standard operating procedures related to area of responsibility
Desired Skills and Experience
  • BA/BS in Accounting required,
  • CPA
  • 2-3 years financial accounting/general ledger experience, preferably inventory related accounting  in hospitality industry
  • Able to maintain and reconcile numerous spreadsheets and workbooks and work with large data files and system interfaces. Advanced proficiency in and Word.  Access and PowerPoint a plus.
  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy required
  • Strong interpersonal skills and excellent written and verbal communication required
  • Demonstrated ability in planning and organizing
  • Must thrive in a fast-paced, multi-tasking and dynamic environment while managing shifting priorities
  • Oracle financials or other ERP experience a plus
Application Process
 
Interested candidates are invited to strictly email their cover letter and CV, clearly detailing their current remuneration and expectations to recruitment@odumont.com  before end of day 14th December 2013. 

Only short listed candidates will be contacted
Position: Human Resource Manager
 
Industry: FMCG
 
Location: Nairobi
 
Salary: Open to Negotiation

Our Client is looking for experienced Human Resources professional to join its fast growing pan-Africa focused team, headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya. 

The ideal Candidate will work closely with senior leadership across multiple business lines to build new business units and expand existing operations. 

The HR Manager, Africa will report to the VP, Human Resources based in Mumbai, India.

Key tasks and Responsibilities

  • Talent recruitment across a range of professional levels from sales associates, senior sales team leaders to high-level operations and strategic managers within defined Service Level Agreements and budgets.
  • Recruiting sales and business development talent ranging from associate to senior manager levels for position across the continent
  • Creating and driving performance management and improvement programs
  • Serving as the key human resources advisor to senior leaders in the sub-Saharan Africa region
  • Accountability for maintaining strong employee relations in line with Client’s global corporate culture
  • Ensuring statutory compliance across Client’s presence in Africa
  • Implementation of HR Policies across Africa offices
  • Payroll management
  • Overseeing and managing annual compensation and promotion cycles, employee engagement programs, professional development initiatives, rewards and recognition frameworks across Africa
  • Developing and driving retention programs
  • Delivering excellent information through weekly and monthly HR reports
Skills and Qualification
  • Excited about joining a fast growing, entrepreneurial and innovative environment with an opportunity to build teams, local HR practices and policies for its flagship Africa office
  • Minimum Experience 6 years of HR generalist experience, ideally with formal education in Human Resources and Psychology. Candidates from FMCG, consumer durables, telecom, rural-focused or sales force-heavy organizations are strongly encouraged to apply
  • Strong with project management, risk management, group facilitation and working in a multi-cultural.
  • A solutions-oriented self-starter; comfortable taking on substantial work with limited oversight
To apply, send your CV ONLY and cover letter to application@flexi-personnel.com before Saturday 7th December 2013. 

Clearly indicate the position applied for and the minimum salary expectation on the subject line.
Position: Sales Head (DTV)
 
Industry: FMCG
 
Location: Nairobi
 
Salary: Open to Negotiation
 
Our client is looking for Direct to Village (DTV) Head of Sales for Kenya and Uganda. 

The ideal candidate will lead sales and distribution operations across Kenya and Uganda for Clients’ massive DTV sales channel.
 
Key Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Responsible for all market-side functions of the direct sales business
  • Recruiting and managing regional managers and senior field sales managers
  • Setting up supply chain operations;
  • Training and leading the field sales team to create a large distribution network comprising hundreds of Business Managers and thousands of off-roll, village-level Business Associates in both countries.
  • Implementation of new channels or major strategic initiatives
  • Reporting directly to the Global DTV Sales Director and involves 15 - 20 days of travel per month
Skills and Qualification
  • Degree in Sales and marketing
  • Strong knowledge of rural and direct sales environments.
  • At least 5 years work experience within Kenya or Uganda in village-level or semi-rural geographies.
  • Experience in agent-driven direct sales industries strongly preferred.
  • High-scale field sales management experience. 8+ years leading and coaching large on-roll and off-roll field teams. A team-builder, coach and leader at heart, able to drive unity of vision and purpose across very large sales teams
  • Significant experience and skills improving sales processes and marketing strategies in large sales organizations
  • Strong sales planning and execution skills demonstrated through experiences in new geography launch
To apply, send your CV ONLY and cover letter to recruit@flexi-personnel.com before Saturday 7th December 2013. 

Clearly indicate the position applied for and the minimum salary expectation on the subject line.
Vacancy: Financial and Administrative Officer
 
WISER is a Kenyan NGO founded in 2006 that has established a strong community partnership in Muhuru Bay where the organization has built a private secondary boarding school for girls that it operates in addition to other community programs focusing on education, health, and economic development.  

WISER's mission is to improve educational, economic, and health outcomes for girls; create gender allies in boys; and promote community-wide enhancements in health and development.

Job Purpose: To ensure efficient and accurate financial and administrative functions
 

Reports to: School Principal including day to day supervision
 
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Implement and maintain efficient financial systems in compliance with international standards and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
  • Ensure bank and all cash component accounts are reconciled, including funding projection advances and all support information is available before conducting the monthly financial report
  • Review budget projections and expenditures, ensuring accountability across all components
  • Assist in preparation of reports as may be required from time to time
  • Monitor and maintain cash flow, consolidating funds requests and following up with Board Members to ensure funds are disbursed in a timely manner.
  • Ensure proper documentation and filing of documents, including financial documents for proper audit trail.
  • Support the annual filing of organizational legal documents and ensure the NGO adheres to all requirements as indicated in Kenyan law
  • Offer administrative support as necessary liaising with the School Principal  on various logistical and administrative issues
  • Create and maintain employee personnel files, process benefit changes and provide coverage or claims information to employees upon request.
  • Administer payroll functions including finalizing systems, implementing employee deductions, and distribution of salaries to staff, both permanent and casual
  • Travel from time-to-time on duty errands
Skills / Attributes Required
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Financial Management, and other business related field, or equivalent.     
  • CPA Part One successfully completed
  • 3 years experience working in NGO finance and administration environment
  • Familiarity with QuickBooks
  • Superior computer skills including excellent knowledge of Microsoft Excel
  • Strong organizational and administrative skills, paying particular attention to detail and ability to meet deadlines
  • Ability to analyze financial data and problem solve
  • Available at short notice
  • Strong financial management background
  • Significant exposure in an administrative and legal environment in Kenya (including KRA policies)
  • Good communications skills (oral & written)
  • Strong interpersonal and cross-cultural skills
Required Language Skills: Fluency in English and Kiswahili
 
Compensation: competitive salary 
 
How to Apply:  
 
Address to Principal via email dao.wisergirls@gmail.com by 15th December 2013.

Please include 

(1) cover letter describing your interest, 

(2) curriculum vitae, 

(3) salary history, and 

(4) telephone contacts and email addresses of three referees (previous supervisors).

Women are encouraged to apply.

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