Job Title: Business Development Officer
 
Responsible to: Director
 
Duration: 24 months
 
Hours: Full time, 40 hours per week
 
Start Date: immediate
 
About Tegemeo Institute, an Institute of Agricultural Policy and Development, in Research and Extension Division of Egerton University
 
Tegemeo is Kenya’s leading agricultural policy research institute and one of the leading research institutes in East Africa. 

It has a long track record designing and conducting policy research and evaluation for local and international partners. 

Tegemeo wishes to strengthen its capacities in MLE to enable it to play a greater role in the execution of development strategies in the agricultural sector. 

The long-term goal is for Tegemeo Institute to leverage its local position, credibility and expertise to create a strong, sustainable regional network in MLE.

Background: Tegemeo received a grant to strengthen the Institute’s capacity to provide Measurement Learning and Evaluation (MLE) services to agricultural development projects and programmes in East Africa, and to support its development into an important regional hub for MLE within the Agricultural Learning and Impacts Network (ALINe) initiative. 

The support will also help Tegemeo achieve its goal of becoming a world-class research institute that can play a long-term regional role in agricultural policy research, monitoring and evaluation, including the capacity to mentor other evaluation Institutions/Firms in the region. 

The grant supports three areas: 

1) strengthening staff and capabilities; 

2) investing in technology and innovation; and 

3) developing partnerships and networks in the East African MLE community.
 
Position Summary: Tegemeo Institute seeks a Business Development Officer for its MLE unit. The position serves in both advisory and execution tasks. 

Specifically, he/she will participate in developing an MLE business model to grow the Institute to become the MLE service provider of choice for agricultural development agencies in the region. 

He/she will support growth in MLE business by developing: an institutional framework for building of strategic partnerships; a pricing model that not only ensures profitability of MLE business but also the Institute’s competitiveness; and proposing and implementing a staffing model for the MLE unit which ensures MLE Unit has adequate capability for various MLE assignments.
 
The business advisor will work in a small team but will be able to draw resources and expertise from the procurement and finance team at the Institute as well as from strategic partners and consultants.
 
Key Responsibilities
 
1. Business Development
  • Development of an MLE business model
  • Development of an institutional framework for strategic partnerships and MLE capability and capacity enhancement
  • Implement model to grow MLE Business
2. Manage MLE business activities with partnerships and stakeholders
 
Specific Responsibilities
 
1. Support to Director
  • Day to day management of MLE business agenda
  • Further development of MLE business at the Institute
  • Inform on the status of MLE business in the Institute and the structures in place
  • Advise on the appropriate business model and institutional structures for development of MLE as a business
2. Business Development
  • Be proactive in identifying and securing selected MLE assignments in the market.
  • Advise director on which MLE jobs Institute should bid for
  • Ensure adequate capacity is in place to bid and undertake various MLE assignments/tasks
  • Timeliness in procurement of MLE consultants/associates including preparation of TORs and contracts
  • Participate in preparation of wining MLE proposals and preparation of budgets
3. Management of business with partners and stakeholders
  • Cultivate trust and good working relationships with clients
  • Identify strategic partners within and outside the region in area of MLE
  • Negotiate and draw MOUs/Cooperative Agreements with partners
  • Prepare progress reporting and monthly reviews/ updates
  • Regular updates and consultations with strategic partners eg. ALINe
Deliverables
  • An acceptable Business Model and Institutional Framework for developing MLE business- staffing, costing, remuneration, profits, investments etc proposed
  • Implementation of the business model, framework
  • MOU’s. agreements/contracts with Institute’s strategic partners, associates, consultants
  • Consultants/associates/partners working with MLE unit
  • Select MLE jobs Institute has bid for
  • Portfolio of MLE jobs successfully undertaken by Institute
Personnel Requirements

Educational Qualifications
 
Essential
  • Advanced degree in business/strategic management
Knowledge
 
Essential
  • Deep understanding of development issues in business development in SSA, particularly in a technical area such as MLE
Desirable
  • A good level of appreciation of social research and methods, both quantitative
Skills
 
Essential
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Skills in proposal writing including budgeting
Experience
 
Essential
  • Experience in writing winning proposals in development
Desirable
  • 5 year experience in business development of which at least 2 years of work experience has been in sub-Saharan Africa
Attributes
 
Essential
  • Team player and ability to cultivate a good working relationship with research team at the Institute
Other
 
Essential
  • Good networks in the area of business development – for sourcing expertise & technology
References
  • An offer of employment will be subject to the receipt of satisfactory references. 
  • We require three references, one of which must be from you present or most recent employer. 
  • The Institute reserves the right to contact your previous employer before an offer is made. 
  • Unless your permission is granted, your present employer will not be approached until after an offer of employment has been made.
Probationary Period: The first 3 months of your employment with the Institute will be counted as a probationary period. During this time the Institute will make an assessment of your suitability for acceptance to a permanent position.

Hours of Work: This post is full time, 40 hours per week.
 
Holidays: The annual leave entitlement is 30 days
 
Notice
  • During your probationary service the period of notice to terminate your employment is 1 month.
  • Following successful completion of your probationary period, the notice period you are required to give the Institute becomes 3 months.
Duration: This is a national position for 24 months with possibilities of renewal for a further period upon satisfactory performance and if project is extended.

Salary: The position with be competitively remunerated including benefits such as medical insurance and other allowances.

Location
: The position will based in Nairobi, Kenya but will involve extensive travel to focal countries of donor agents as well as project locations.

Application Instruction and Deadline:

 
A cover letter together with copies of transcripts, certificates and a detailed CV including names and contact information of three referees should be submitted via email address tegemeo@firetail.co.uk 

Applications should be clearly marked with the relevant position and should be received no later than Wednesday 18th June 2014.

Only applicants meeting the above requirements will be contacted.
Job Title: MLE Expert
 
Responsible to: Head of MLE Unit
 
Duration: 12 Months
 
Hours: Full time, 40 hours per week
 
Start Date: Immediate
 
About Tegemeo, an Institute of Agricultural Policy and Development, in Research and Extension Division of Egerton University

Tegemeo is Kenya’s leading agricultural policy research institute and one of the leading research institutes in East Africa. It has a long track record designing and conducting policy research and evaluation for local and international partners. 

Tegemeo wishes to strengthen its capacities in MLE to enable it to play a greater role in the execution of development strategies in the agricultural sector. 

The long-term goal is for Tegemeo Institute to leverage its local position, credibility and expertise to create a strong, sustainable regional network in MLE.
 
Background: Tegemeo received a grant to strengthen the Institute’s capacity to provide Measurement Learning and Evaluation (MLE) services to agricultural development projects and programmes in East Africa, and to support its development into an important regional hub for MLE within the Agricultural Learning and Impacts Network (ALINe) initiative. 

The support will also help Tegemeo achieve its goal of becoming a world-class research institute that can play a long-term regional role in agricultural policy research, monitoring and evaluation, including the capacity to mentor other evaluation Institutions/Firms in the region. 

The grant supports three areas: 

1) strengthening staff and capabilities; 

2) investing in technology and innovation; and 

3) developing partnerships and networks in the East African MLE community.
 
Position Summary: Tegemeo Institute seeks an MLE Expert for its MLE Unit, a position that will combine an advisory role with that of creating MLE business and implementation of assignments. 

Specifically, the MLE expert will ensure the Institute has the resources capability to prepare wining proposals and execute MLE assignments competitively (cost-effective and timeliness). 

He/she will actively seek and propose cutting-edge equipment, technology/innovations and skills training in MLE to make the Institute the MLE service provider of choice.
 
Further, he/she will actively seek out potential Institutions/Firms for possible partnerships. 

The MLE advisor will prepare timely progress reports as per the contract and provide routine updates to management.
 
The MLE expert will work in a small team within the MLE Unit, and also able draw resources and expertise from the broader research team at the Institute as well as from strategic partners and associates/consultants.
 
This position reports to the Head of the MLE Unit. 

In fulfilling various tasks, he/she will consult, update, review progress with the Unit Head, Institute’s management and also consult with strategic partners.
 
Key Responsibilities
 
Support the Head setting up of MLE Unit:
  1. Participate in designing the model for MLE service delivery and its implementation
  2. Participate in MLE Business Development
  3. MLE capacity building within Tegemeo Institute and its partners
  4. Engage with partners and stakeholders to identify MLE needs/gaps and remedial activities
Specific Responsibilities
 
1. Design and Implement Organisational Model for MLE services and Resource Management
  • Participate in designing the model for MLE service delivery and its implementation
  • Day to day technical management of MLE service delivery and strengthening agenda
  • Undertake a scoping study on the status and gaps in equipment and technologies/innovations for MLE work
2. Business Development
  • Be proactive in searching for upcoming MLE jobs in the market.
  • Advise director on which MLE jobs Institute should bid for
  • Lead in preparation of MLE proposals
  • Identify strategic partners within and outside the region
  • Lead in implementation of MLE assignments
  • Advice in procurement of experts for MLE service providers
  • Deliver technical reports in accordance with TORs of MLE assignments
  • Collaboratively, with MLE unit head and BDO, track MLE business development
3. Staffing & Team Development or Skills Capacity Development
  • Organise MLE skills training for staff - in the cutting edge MLE approaches, technology and innovations for MLE tasks
  • Determine staffing and resources requirements for various MLE assignments
  • Build a database for competent MLE consultants/associates in the region
  • Assist in identification and procurement of MLE consultants/associates
  • Facilitate evidence-based learning sessions with staff, partners and stakeholders
4. Stakeholder Relations
  • Promote trust and good working relationships with partners and stakeholders
  • Routinely consult strategic partners as well as on a need to basis.
  • Have scheduled meetings with the team at the Institute where to report on progress and receive feedback on MLE unit plans/business model etc.
Personnel Requirements

Educational Qualifications
 
Essential
  • Advanced degree in Agricultural or Development Economics
Desirable
  • Training in both quantitative and qualitative social research methods
Knowledge
 
Essential
  • Deep understanding of theory and application of design of monitoring, evaluation and impact evaluation
  • Deep understanding of theory and application of social research methods – both quantitative and qualitative
Desirable
  • Knowledge of best practice, tools and approaches in MLE
  • Deep understanding of development issues in agricultural and rural sectors in SSA
Skills
 
Essential
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent analytical skills using statistical software especially SPSS,STATA
  • Excellent presentation skills
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Excellent proposal writing skills
  • Fluent in English
Desirable
  • Communicates in Swahili language (spoken and written)
Experience
 
Essential
  • 3 year hands-on experience leading evaluations or impact evaluations of which at least 2 years of MLE work experience has been in sub-Saharan Africa, in agriculture or rural development
  • 5 year experience in application of social research methods – both quantitative and qualitative
  • 5 year experience in design of household surveys – including calculating sample sizes and power calculations
  • 2 year experience in design of survey tools using CAPI and data management from CAPI surveys
  • 2 year experience in use of cutting edge data collection and data management (storage, security, transfer) technologies, especially CAPI
  • Demonstrated experience in writing winning proposals in MLE
Desirable
  • Specific experience in designing of evaluations and impact evaluation
  • Track record in analytical work using quantitative methods
Attributes
 
Essential
  • Thrives in demanding work environment, meets strict deadlines
  • Facilitative, collaborative skills
  • Team player and ability to cultivate a good working relationship with research team at the Institute and partners
Other
 
Essential
  • Good professional networks with MLE experts and providers of data collection and management systems
Desirable
  • Work experience in East African Countries
An offer of employment will be subject to the receipt of satisfactory references. 

We require three references, one of which must be from you present or most recent employer. 

The Institute reserves the right to contact your previous employer before an offer is made. 

Unless your permission is granted, your present employer will not be approached until after an offer of employment has been made.

Probationary Period
 
The first 3 months of your employment with the Institute will be counted as a probationary period. 

During this time the Institute will make an assessment of your suitability for acceptance to a permanent position.
 
Hours of Work: This post is full time, 40 hours per week.
 
Holidays: The annual leave entitlement is 30 days
 
Notice

During your probationary service the period of notice to terminate your employment is 1 month. 

Following successful completion of your probationary period, the notice period you are required to give the Institute is 3 months.
 
Duration:  
This position is for 12 months with possibilities of renewal for a further period upon satisfactory performance and if project is extended.

Salary: The position with be competitively remunerated including benefits such as medical insurance and other allowances.
 
Location: The position will based in Nairobi, Kenya but will involve extensive travel to focal countries of donor agents as well as project locations.

Application Instruction and Deadline: A cover letter together with copies of transcripts, certificates and a detailed CV including names and contact information of three referees should be submitted via email address tegemeo@firetail.co.uk 

Applications should be clearly marked with the relevant position and should be received no later than Wednesday 18th June 2014.

Only applicants meeting the above requirements will be contacted.
Saham Assurance has vacancies for ambitious Sales Executivesand Unit Managers in their Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru, Thika & Nairobi branches.
 
Yes, a lucrative commission-based sales career with high growth potential for smart, confident and hard-working candidates with a minimum C at O-Level, good communication skills and aged 23+ years. 

Retrenchees, early retirees, those with family, experience and insurance qualifications will have added advantage. 

Note: Applicants for the Unit Manager position must possess C.0.P and 2014 IRA License.

Email/post your Application and CV to the address below. (Indicate position applied for & town of
preference)


life-kenya@sahamassurance.com 

or 

Head of Life, 
Saham Assurance, 
P.O. Box 20680, 
Nairobi (00200)

Opening at Peace for Africa and Economic Development (PAD): Executive Director
 
PAD is a youth-focused dynamic organization working on empowering youth as catalysts for Amani (Peace) in ethnically sensitive, low income Kenyan grassroots communities. 

PAD‟s idea of peace is a situation of self-contentment of young people, which comes with access to economic opportunities, mutual understanding between ethnic groups and positive participation in democratic processes. 

We do this by creating market-based youth empowerment opportunities on three vital and interlinked pillars that define our model: Fanaka, Ujuzi and Uongozi. 

We are currently heightening implementation of systems, strengthening measuring of impact and positioning ourselves to significantly scale our programs.
 
We are pleased to announce an open position for a passionate, committed and visionary Executive Director.

Job Description for PAD Executive Director:
 

The Executive Director (ED‟s) primary role is to ensure the timely, efficient and effective delivery of PAD‟s strategy on the ground: planning, coordinating and supervising programs and activities managed by the Chief Operating Officer (COO), the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and the Chief Communications Officer (CCO), all of whom report to the ED. 

The ED‟s principal responsibility is to maintain mission focus, and to optimize results and maximize impacts of PAD‟s programs and also to champion branding and fundraising initiatives in Kenya.
 
The Executive Director (ED) reports directly to the President and to the Board of Directors based in Kenya. 

S/he also attends Advisory Board meetings (the Advisory Board is based in the USA). In both Boards meetings, the ED is expected to provide program and progress updates, responding to questions and offering recommendations that can improve the current and future statues of the organization. 

The Executive Director manages the relationships between the Board of Directors, President, and Advisory Board on the one hand, and the Chief Operations Officer, Chief Finance Officer, Chief Communications Officer, and Program and Project Officers on the other.
 
The ED is also tasked with local fundraising and external organizational advocacy responsibilities in Africa, on behalf of the organization and the PAD President who is currently located primarily in the USA.

Main Functions:
  • To implement the strategic goals and objectives of PAD in order to ensure the organization consistently achieves its mission.
  • To work closely with the Co-founders, Chairperson of the Board of Directors and Chairperson of the Board of Advisors to ensure full systematic governance and implementation of PAD‟s organizational, strategic, and financial, and fundraising plans.
  • To provide leadership, direction, and oversight based upon the organization's philosophy, mission, strategy, values and its annual goals and objectives to the entire staff of PAD.
  • To champion PAD‟s efforts to mobilize financial resources and be the organization‟s Advocate-in-Chief in Sub Saharan Africa.
Roles and Responsibilities:
 
Please note that the Roles and Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following. 

Other responsibilities may be required based upon the growth of PAD.

Leadership and Management:
  • Advise the Board of Directors and the President on emerging policy matters relating to the management and growth of PAD.
  • Communicate effectively between the Boards of Directors, the management team and staff.
  • Monitor and ensure compliance with all legal and statutory requirements and any agreed protocols.
  • Provide team leadership, guidance and supervision of the senior management and staff of PAD.
  • Articulate the organization‟s objectives and ensure appropriate strategies and systems are developed, implemented, and evaluated.
  • Ensure that appropriate management and administrative systems and procedures are constantly in place for monitoring and enhancing performance and impact.
  • Collaborate with PAD co-founders, and Boards to secure adequate funding and to ensure proper resource allocation.
  • Maintain official records and documents, and ensures compliance with state and local regulations.
  • Exemplify the organization‟s standards of Integrity, Purpose and Values.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of significant developments and trends in the field.
Fundraising, Marketing and External Communication:
  • Develop and implement a comprehensive local fundraising strategy targeting individuals, foundations, and corporations.
  • Develop and maintain a strong branding and marketing strategy for PAD, both locally and internationally.
  • Represent the programs and perspectives of the organization to agencies, organizations, and the general public consistent with PAD‟s beliefs, vision and values.
  • Use publicity and external presence to garner new opportunities and relationships.
  • Anchor the establishment and cultivation of relationships with individuals, other collaborative agencies, stakeholders and members.
  • Plan and oversee fundraising events.
Human Resources
  • Develop and maintain a high quality professional staff, committed to excellence and on-going professional development.
  • Recruit, employ, and evaluate all personnel, both paid staff and volunteers in consultation with the President and the Chairperson of the Board of Directors.
  • Ensure that job descriptions are up to date, that regular performance evaluations are held, and that sound human resource practices are in place.
  • Ensure an effective management team, with appropriate provision for succession.
  • Encourage the development and education of staff and volunteers, and assist program staff in relating/integrating their specialized work with the overall program.
  • Ensure appropriate responsibility and accountability among all staff members of PAD.
  • Promote broad, active participation by volunteers in all areas of the organization's work.
  • Maintain a working environment that attracts, retains, and motivates a diverse staff of top quality professionals.
Finance:
  • Ensure that the CFO prepares monthly reports and bank statements and forwards these to the President, Chairperson of the Board of Directors and Chairperson of the Board of Advisors.
  • Develop and oversee responsible and sound financial practices.
  • Work with the staff, CFO, Boards‟ Finance Committee, to prepare annual budgets; and ensure that the organization operates within annual budget guidelines.
  • Investigate potential revenue streams.
  • Ensure that adequate funds are available to permit the organization to carry out its work on a monthly basis.
Key Relationships:
 
Executive Director regularly liaises with:
  • President, Board of Directors, Advisory Board and the COO, CFO, CCO, Program staff and Project staff.
  • Civil society organizations including national and international NGOs.
  • Government ministries and local government staff.
  • Finance teams in country and other implementing partners.
  • Individual and corporate partners, donors and supporters.
Desired Characteristics:
  • Highly collaborative and cooperative, yet firm.
  • Strong and effective communicator.
  • Passionate about youth development and Africa.
  • Eloquent and composed to both lead a team and engage partners.
  • Systematic, keen on details, and highly accountable.
  • Well-versed with grassroots development.
  • Entrepreneurial.
  • Have worked previously in the African continent, most preferably on youth development, entrepreneurship, youth leadership and civic education.
  • Fundraiser.
  • Flexible but principled.
  • Interest in growing an organization and taking it to scale.
  • A person of high integrity.
Qualifications:
  • At least a Bachelors‟ Degree.
  • At least 3 years‟ experience of humanitarian services, and/or civil society program management/administration.
  • At least 3 years‟ program experience with low income women and youth, preferably in Africa.
  • Excellent understanding of issues regarding socio-economic challenges and opportunities facing youth and women in Kenya and the East Africa region- Understanding about these issues in other sub-Saharan African countries would be an advantage.
  • Experience and deep understanding of multiculturalism, conflicts and politics in Africa.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, including public speaking and grant writing.
  • Strong conflict resolution and decision making skills.
  • Bilingual English and Kiswahili; French is a plus.
Application:
 
(All the requirements listed below must be submitted in a single email together with a resume and a one-page cover letter. Share a link to the video required or submit a file using Google drive in the same email) 

1. Visit the PAD website and familiarize yourself with our story. Take a look at the Venn diagram herein, which illustrates the 3 main thematic areas (or pillars) that support our program interventions. Focus on the "FANAKA" Pillar and outline (in 400-600 words and whatever graphics you like) a program of intervention/engagement over a one year period which you feel may result in sustainable impacts, here defined as successful/profitable enterprises offering products/services/solutions (in the context of a developing market economy in Sub Saharan Africa) and which creates local employment. Please note there is no “correct answer” - we simply want to get an idea of how you conceptualize a practical program of action to address the issue of widespread youth unemployment. 

2. Working within an annual budget of $500,000 prepare a 3 page Work Plan (Diagram or Table, Budget, Explanatory Notes) for the implementation of the outline program above, presenting it in whatever spreadsheet/tabular format you like (e.g a regular work plan template or critical path) together with a budget and the relevant budget notes. Please also explain briefly how you might go about raising such a budget. (Again, no correct answer here. We simply want to see how you might translate your concept program into a systematic and manageable process, marked by targets and milestones) 

3. Imagine you have just 2 minutes with a prospective supporter or donor to PAD, e.g. during a coffee break at a conference, but with their focused and undivided attention Prepare a video of yourself making a pitch in order to capture their interest and secure a 30 minute appointment for next week to talk more.
 
Timeline:
  • Application Deadline: 11:00pm GMT on Friday June 6th, 2014.
  • Shortlisted finalists: In person interview at the PAD office in Nairobi between Thursday 19th and Friday 20th of June.
  • Selected candidate: Full time orientation at PAD office in Nairobi for the period Tuesday 15th – Thursday 31st July 2014.
  • Official start date: 4th of August 2014 for minimum 40 hours per week.
  • While any salary, benefits, including- pension, will be discussed with the successful candidate, the range of the monthly basic salary will be $4,500- $5,500.
How to Apply

All applications must be submitted via email to info@executiveedgeconsulting.co.ke by latest 11:00 pm GMT on Friday June 6th 2014.
Auto Sueco Kenya, based in Nairobi, is a company dedicated to the marketing & after sales assistance to Volvo buses & trucks, Volvo Pent a generators & industrial engines, Volvo & SDLG construction equipment, as the official representative of these brands in the market

Volvo Construction Equipment - Salesman (Kenya)

Main Responsibilities:
  • Visit and manage customers’ portfolio;
  • Prospect and attract new customers;
  • Negotiate and sell products from the represented brands;
  • Monitor competitors practices and promote the competitiveness of the company’s businesses;
  • Receive customers’ complaints and ensure their reporting and referral for further treatment;
  • Perform billing collections and external sales;
  • Prepare commercial activity reports
Role Requirements:

  • Higher diploma and above in Sales and Marketing
  • Strong Customer Orientation and excellent customer relations;
  • Dynamic and well organized;
  • Commercially and business focused , target driven;
  • Strong selling skills, a positive attitude and a great personal drive
  • Good command of Microsoft Office;
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English;
  • Good knowledge in Swahili;
Application Procedure
 
Only online applications with the position title of the applied position placed in the subject line are accepted. 

Applications should be sent to rnjoroge@nors.com until the 13th of June 2014.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

St. Paul’s University is a Christian ecumenical University in Kenya with campuses in Limuru, Nairobi, Machakos and Nakuru.

As a fully chartered University, St. Paul’s has continued to experience tremendous growth.

The University therefore wishes to recruit self oriented and motivated individuals into the positions below:

Admin Staff

Assistant Accountants 

(2 Post)
 
Reporting to the Deputy Finance Manager
 
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Attending to student issues
  • Carrying out registration of students
  • Clearing of students during graduation and exams
  • Preparing invoices
  • Review daily receipts/payments reports
  • Maintain good filing system
  • Any other assigned duties
Qualifications
  • Basic degree, finance or Accounting or social sciences
  • CPA Part Two/ACCA Part Two
  • At least 2 years at Senior Accounts Assistant level preferably in an Institution of Higher learning
  • Ability to work in an ERP environment of SAGE systems an added advantage
  • Demonstrate high level of honesty and integrity
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Must be a team player
Senior Accounts Clerk (1 Post)
 
Reporting to the Deputy Finance Manager
 
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Management of petty cash
  • Preparation of payment vouchers
  • Reconciliation of petty cash
  • Receiving, receipting and banking of all payments received
  • Handling queries from students
  • Ensure data is entered into the system on daily basis
Qualifications, Experience & Key competencies
  • KCSE D+ and above
  • KATC 1 & 11
  • At least 3 years experience or Diploma Training
  • Demonstrate high level of honesty and integrity
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
How to Apply

Applications should include a filled employment application form (click here to download the form), CV and a cover letter.

All Applications should be sent to recruit@spu.ac.ke

or

The Vice Chancellor’s Office,
St. Paul’s University,
Private Bag- 00217
Limuru

by 13th June 2014
St. Paul’s University is a Christian ecumenical University in Kenya with campuses in Limuru, Nairobi, Machakos and Nakuru.

As a fully chartered University, St. Paul’s has continued to experience tremendous growth.

The University therefore wishes to recruit self oriented and motivated individuals into the position below:

Admin Staff

Security Supervisor 

1 Post

Reporting to the Campus Administrator
 
Duties and responsibilities
  • Ensure security and safety of the University resources
  • Supervise activities of security guards from the hired private company
  • An investigator with ability to gather security information in a confidential manner
  • Make daily /weekly reports
  • Maintain catalog of personnel and their assignments
  • Report areas of security improvement
  • Attend to any other tasks as assigned by the supervisor
Qualifications
  • O Level education
  • At least 3 years in a similar position
  • Must have worked as a security officer in the disciplined forces or a security supervisor in a large organization.
  • Having worked in an education Institution is an added advantage
  • Must have undergone training to qualify as disciplined officer and other security training e.g customer care, investigations, evidence collecting, report writing, contemporary security challenges etc
  • Excellent analytical and deductive skills
  • Demonstrate high level of honesty and integrity
How to Apply

Applications should include a filled employment application form (click here to download the form), CV and a cover letter.

All Applications should be sent to recruit@spu.ac.ke

or

The Vice Chancellor’s Office,
St. Paul’s University,
Private Bag- 00217
Limuru

by 13th June 2014

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