About HIAS: HIAS Refugee Trust of Kenya (HRTK) was established in 2002 to deliver holistic protection to refugees and other forced migrants at heightened risk in Africa, through direct assistance, capacity building and advocacy in partnership with governments, other entities and beneficiaries.

The following vacancy has arisen in our head office in Hurlingham, Nairobi
 
Job Title: Psychosocial Program Manager

Reporting To:
 Program Coordinator

Important Note – Position open to Kenya nationals only

Main Duties & Responsibilities


Under the supervision of the Programme Coordinator, the incumbent will direct all activities relating to psychosocial service delivery in line with HRTK Standard Operating Procedures including but not limited the following functions:

  • Take a lead on psychosocial programming including ensuring adherence to sector standards & HIAS SOPS: identification and design of innovative and appropriate intervention strategies and practices;
  • Ensure timely, efficient and effective implementation of psychosocial activities and promote relevant entities to meet their responsibilities under the program;
  • Ensure disaggregated and cumulative tracking of data including periodic collection and collation of information from field based staff;
  • Support the Program Coordinator in the progressive monitoring of psychosocial projects, to ensure that implementation is on course and propose re-alignment as appropriate;
  • Participate in the development of psychosocial programs and interventions, including relevant program materials, tools and donor reports.
  • Directly supervise and support the psychosocial team including support to field based managers whilst upholding team spirit – ensure integrated protection case management and psychosocial support to beneficiaries and complete appropriate case documentation in Coordination with other departments
  • Continuously identify capacity gaps and design and provide appropriate training for the psychosocial team to promote optimal team output.
  • Participate in psychosocial specific coordination Platforms, interagency thematic work groups and donor briefings, contribute to strengthened collaboration with partners, referral mechanisms, advocacy for best practices and development of strategies.
  • Participate in and inform resource mobilization, strategic planning and implementation of projects as part of the senior management team;
  • Provide psychosocial services including counseling in individual and group settings and step in to assist psychosocial staff following spikes in the caseload to ensure timely intervention; and
  • Perform other duties as required.
Qualifications & Competencies
  • Minimum Masters in Counseling Psychology from a recognized institution.
  • Project Management and team building skills
  • Training, coaching and capacity analysis skills
  • Knowledge of refugees related MHPSS issues.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and an understanding of mental health and psychosocial support in humanitarian settings, including knowledge on the integration of mental health into protection programming; familiarity with SPHERE standards on psychosocial programming.
  • Capacity to interact with government and NGO partners and to inform decision makers
Experience
  • No less than 8 years previous work experience, including at least 4 years in counselling preferably in an NGO setting. 
  • Experience working with refugees a particular advantage.
Languages: Proficiency in English and Swahili.

This position will be filled on a rolling basis based on identification of suitable candidates.

How to apply:

Please send a cover letter and resume to recruitment@hiasafrica.org.

Indicate Vacancy Notice No HRTK/KEN/PPM/14 in the subject line.

Important: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. 

Canvassing will lead to immediate disqualification. 

Late applications will not be considered

Closing date: 13 Jun 2014
Formulation of IGAD Regional Strategy and Medium-Term Implementation Plan 2016-2020
 
Baseline Studies at the National Level for IGAD Priority Sectors
 
National Consultants
 
General Terms of Reference
 
1. Background: IGAD stands for the promotion of resilience and sustainable development of the region through regional integration, peace and security and agricultural development and environment protection in partnership with the member states, development partners, and multi-lateral, bilateral and civil society organizations.
 
As the current medium-term strategic plan 2011-2015 approaches its end, IGAD is embarking on the formulation of a new Regional Strategy and Implementation Plan for 2016-2020. 

The formulation process will be initiated by conducting baseline studies at the national level on each of the following IGAD priority sectors of intervention:
  1. Agriculture, livestock and fisheries development
  2. Natural resources and environment protection
  3. Social Development
  4. Economic cooperation and Integration
  5. Peace and security; and
  6. Gender affairs.
IGAD is seeking the services of six national consultants from each member state to undertake baseline studies in their country.
 

2. Objectives of the Consultancy
 
The primary objective of the consultancy is to undertake a comprehensive baseline study at the national level on IGAD priority sectors of focusing on current status of the sector, development challenges and opportunities for the future.
 
3. Scope of Work
 
The national consultant for each baseline study will undertake an in-depth analytical review of status of the sector in the country. 

The consultant will assess the sector through the national development plans, sectoral strategies/policies and programmes, institutional structures and mechanisms, capacity, human and financial resources, development cooperation and partnerships, key achievements, lessons learned, challenges and opportunities for the future.

Further, the consultant will pursue an inclusive and participatory consultative process so that different stakeholders like national agencies, development partners, CSOs and UN-agencies can contribute to the final outcomes most effectively.

More specifically, the national consultant will:
  • Participate in a launching/planning workshop to brainstorm and define the specifics and scope of the baseline studies;
  • Review documents to understand and identify key development issues that prevail in the country highlighting national efforts, challenges and opportunities, lessons learned, etc. The documents would include the long-term national strategic plans and specific strategies, policies and programmes of the sector;
  • Closely work with IGAD Strategy Preparation Committee and report to its sector leader;
  • Consult and discuss issues with relevant ministries and institutions of the country to obtain their inputs/contributions;
  • Consult with development partners and other regional and international organisations in the country to obtain their inputs/contributions;
  • Identify trans-boundary issues that could be addressed best at the regional level;
  • Coordinate/liaise with the other consultants who are preparing other baseline studies through various communication channels
  • Prepare a “State of the Sector” country report of the sector;
  • Organise a national workshop to review and validate the draft “State of the Sector” country report;
  • Submit the final the “State of the Sector” country report by incorporating the comments from the workshop.
4. Time Frame
 
The duration of the consultancy will be between 30 and 60 calendar days.
 
5. Deliverables
 
The main deliverables of the consultancy will be:
  • Inception report with a detailed work plan for of the baseline study
  • First draft of the baseline study (State of the Sector Report)
  • Validation workshop report
  • Final version of the baseline study report (State of the Sector Report) to be submitted in soft copy MS word in English (French for Djibouti)
6. Qualifications of the Consultant
 
Applications are invited from suitably qualified individuals from the IGAD member states. 

The applicant should have:
  • A Masters or higher degree from a recognised/reputable university;
  • At least 7 years of relevant professional experience in the field of the baseline study;
  • Excellent working knowledge of English (French for Djibouti);
  • Strong communication and presentation skills;
  • The capability to initiate the study within two weeks of being awarded the contract.
Interested persons should submit their applications, copies of CVs (five pages maximum) together with photocopies of university degrees/diplomas and professional certificates by email to "IGAD Human Resources" hr@igad.int with a copy to ahmed.habbane@igad.int

Each candidate is advised to specify in the application his/her country and quote the Title and the Reference of the sector he/she is applying for from the list below.
  1. Agriculture, livestock and fisheries development (Ref: IRS/BS/ALFS 2014)
  2. Natural resources and environment protection(Ref: IRS/BS/NREP 2014)
  3. Social Development (Ref: IRS/BS/SD 2014)
  4. Economic cooperation and Integration (Ref: IRS/BS/ECRI 2014)
  5. Peace and security (Ref: IRS/BS/PS 2014)
  6. Gender affairs (Ref: IRS/BS/GA 2014).
Further, please note that:
 
The deadline for acceptance of applications is 14:30 pm, Sunday 22nd June 2014 (Djibouti time);
 
Applications that do not have specific Title and Ref of a sector will not be considered.
 
Applications for multiple sectors will be discarded.
 
Preference will be given to organisations/consultants based in the IGAD region with proven relevant experience in undertaking a task of similar magnitude.
 
Short-listed candidates ONLY shall be contacted by IGAD for interviews;
 
IGAD is an equal opportunities employer and qualified females are encouraged to apply.
Organization: Adeso - African Development Solutions 
 
Position Title: Water Engineer – REGAL-IR
 
Reporting to: TA Livelihoods Diversification
 
Working with: Other TAs , Project officers, M&E, Partners
 
Programme / Duty station: REGAL-IR / Garissa County, with frequent travel to Isiolo, Wajir, Marsabit and Turkana Counties
 
Duration: 6 Months
 
Starting date: Immediate
 
Organizational Context: Adeso is an expanding and vibrant African based international development and humanitarian organization. At Adeso, we work with African communities who are yet to realize their full potential; working inside these communities to create environments in which Africans can thrive. Our belief that economic, social and environmental security is the bedrock of a healthy community drives the nature and intent of our programming. 

We work to prevent and overcome situations that adversely affect community well-being by: reinvigorating the economy, developing skills for life and work, providing humanitarian aid, and influencing policy.
 
For the past 20 years we have strengthened rural livelihoods through environmental awareness, training, technology transfer and innovative humanitarian projects in pursuit of a peaceful, self-reliant, and greener future. Currently, Adeso has programs in Somalia, Kenya and South Sudan.
 

Adeso is an exciting and dynamic organization experiencing managed rapid growth. It offers sound employment conditions with opportunities for personal growth and development.
 
Project Summary: Resilience and Economic Growth in Arid Lands-Improving Resilience (REGAL-IR) is a 5-year program sponsored by USAID/Kenya and Feed the Future (FTF) to reduce hunger and poverty, increase social stability and build strong foundations for economic growth amongst pastoralists and transitioning pastoralists in Kenya’s arid and semi-arid lands (ASALs). 

The program is designed to empower communities to take charge of their development and to strengthen their capacity to select, design, implement and monitor activities toward increasing their social, economic, and environmental resilience to natural and human-induced shocks.
 
REGAL-IR is led by Adeso and is implemented by a consortium of partners. The project focuses on engaging communities and strengthening local institutions to improve their social, economic, and environmental resilience.
 
Position Purpose: In the REGAL-IR Project is working with pastoralists and ex-pastoralists to improve resilience through livelihoods diversification. 

Local communities in target areas have been mentored to take their own initiatives and explore opportunities for livelihoods diversification that include crop production in areas with crop production potential such as along the rivers and other water bodies across the counties.
 
Adeso is seeking a qualified and committed individual to join its team as a water engineer for livelihoods diversification, the REGAL- IR Program being implemented in Kenya. 

Based in the REGAL -IR program office in Garissa County, the Engineer will be a full time member of the REGAL IR Team reporting to the TA Livelihoods and will play a crucial role in the enhancement of diversification among pastoralists.
 
Specific Roles and Responsibilities
 
1. Map irrigation infrastructure
  • In line with County Integrated Development Plans (CIDP) spear-head reconnaissance surveys and map potential irrigation sites in the five counties where REGAL IR is implemented, with initial focus being the potential areas in the project sites identified by farmer groups and other stakeholders.
  • Based on the surveys and mapping results, conduct detailed investigations and data collection for new irrigation sites and develop irrigation schemes and suitable practices for adoption by county governments, local communities and REGAL-IR.
  • In line with counties integrated development plans (CIDP) and community priorities, offer technical support to communities and line ministries in establishing irrigation schemes and infrastructure in the proposed potential areas.
  • Conduct Environmental impact assessments for existing and new irrigation schemes and offer technical advice in line with regulations and standards of the responsible authorities such as WARDA, NEMA.
2. Rehabilitate irrigation infrastructure
  • Support farmer groups improve the existing irrigation schemes and practices by offering technical advice and rehabilitation work with communities the existing irrigation scheme.
  • Conduct technical investigations on existing irrigation infrastructure in the project sites and recommend suitable irrigation farm layout for each irrigation scheme and develop irrigation plans at individual farm level or community level.
  • Ensure that the irrigation farm layout and plans as established have proper drainage systems, factoring in crop water coefficients
  • Establish flood control systems in the selected irrigation schemes to ensure that crop damage is kept to a minimum in case of flooding.
  • Support CBNRM stakeholders in the 5 counties in identification of, suitable water sources conduct technical feasibility of identified sources suitable water Plan, design and price identified water sources
  • Train and support communities to conduct rehabilitation of the existing irrigation canals and other irrigation infrastructure using sustainable low costs improvement measures.
  • Establish water and irrigation management committees within the CDAP implementing authorities and support them develop structures and systems of managing water uses at their respective irrigation schemes.
3. Monitoring and capacity building
  • Support and build capacity of project staff to levels they can support farmers address basic farm irrigation challenges at farm level.
  • Develop tools and mechanisms of monitoring irrigation activities by both the project officers and Monitoring and evaluation team to ensure that reporting is in line with USAID regulations and standards.
  • Prepare Terms of reference, Bill of quantities, statement of works for consultancies and line ministries that will be occasionally engaged in engineering works for irrigation canals, water pans and other irrigation infrastructure.
  • Support community’s acquire appropriate maintenance works, procure appropriate farm tools, equipment’s and materials for use in the maintenance of the irrigation infrastructure.
  • Ensure effective project participation by the beneficiaries and local communities at all phases of the projects.
Skills and Qualifications
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Engineering, Environmental & bio-systems engineering, Water engineering and any other related field
  • At least 4 years of technical expertise in irrigation, water and civil works
  • At least 3 years of experience in construction of irrigation works in rural contexts, including construction of shallow wells and sand wells
  • Knowledge of GIS and its application in irrigation design.
  • Working experience in the project areas with agro pastoral communities is mandatory
  • Experience working in a humanitarian or other international NGO
  • Strong cross-cultural skills and experience
  • A team player with good organizational and interpersonal skills
Deliverables
  • Counties irrigation maps and recommended infrastructure
  • Irrigation scheme Layouts and Irrigation management plans
  • Environment Impact Assessment reports produced with relevant ministries
  • Community trainings on practical irrigation Canal design and rehabilitation.
Application Process
 
This is a challenging opportunity for a dedicated and highly motivated professional. 

If you would like to join this dynamic team, please submit your application to jobs@adesoafrica.org, quoting the position in the email subject matter, by 20th June 2014.

Each application should be addressed to the Regional Human Resources Manager and include the following:
  • An updated CV; and
  • An application letter which should include remuneration requirements and contact information for three work-related referees.
Applications not including all of the above information will not be reviewed.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. 

Adeso is an equal opportunity employer.
Vacancy: Finance Administrator
 
Organizational Context: Jesuit Refugee Service is an international Catholic organization, with a mission to accompany, serve and defend the rights of refugees and forcibly displaced people.

JRS has a priority to work wherever the needs of displaced people are urgent and unattended by others, and offers a human service to refugees and the communities through a wide range of rehabilitation and relief activities, many of which center around formal and informal education needs.

Description: This is a position for Kenyan nationals and the person will be based in Nairobi. The holder will also be required to travel to the field for project monitoring.
Key Responsibilities

  • Responsible for all financial matters in relation to Kenya projects.
  • Work with project directors and country director on reports, budgets and budget control.
  • Review and analyse monthly accounts of projects with project directors.
  • Monitor and control: All transactions before presenting them to regional office for signing. Be the link person between regional finance office and country office.
  • Check all projects and country office procurements procedures that they follow JRS Procurement Policy
  • Responsible for assets, filing and all book-keeping in the projects.
  • Work closely with Urban Emergency Programme Coordinator (IGA & Mikono Shop) on cost control, marketing, stock control and loan portfolio.
  • Review projects financial commentary on half year and annual report before they are sent to the regional office.
  • Administrative: Ensure documents are supported with receipts, correctly filed and readily available for audit purpose.
  • Project monitoring and evaluation: actively accompany the Urban Emergency Programme during their field visits to the programs beneficiaries and Kakuma field visits.
  • Internal audit and training of project staff.
  • Help Project Directors and Country Director in understanding front End process
  • Development of financial grassroots structures e.g. parishes.
  • Participate in any other programme activity as agreed with the Country Director.
Qualifications:
  • Degree in Bachelor of Commerce Accounting/ Finance options
  • Qualified CPA (K) or equivalent
  • Experience in managing people/teams
  • Over 2 Years experience in NGO environment
  • Knowledge of computerized financial and accounting system.
  • Ability to use computers including MS Office Suite (including Ms Excel) and or accounting programmes.
  • Strong analytical, strategic thinking and planning skills and monitoring and evaluation skills/experience.
  • Patience, perseverance, proactive, self motivated and ability to work in stressful environment
How to apply:

Please send your Cover Letter that indicates the expected salary; what skills and experience one has that meets the criteria; when one is available to start. 

Please also include a CV that should include contacts for three referees to kenya.applications@jrs.net.

Start date: Immediately

(Applications that have not met these guidelines will not be considered only short listed candidates will be contacted)
 
Closing date: 13 Jun 2014
Lead Trainer and Coordinator for ‘EAC Media Caravan’: Media Training and Field visits for the East African Media To Landmarks of East African Integration

Description of Assignment: The ‘Media Caravan’ project is a hands-on continuation of previous training measures for East African media, organized by the East African Community Secretariat in cooperation with German Development Cooperation through GIZ. 

In this context, GIZ is seeking the consultancy services of a trainer and coordinator who will be responsible for the overall conceptualisation, implementation and evaluation of the project.

The media caravan will combine theoretical training with practical field visits for journalists, photographers and radio moderators from East Africa. The field visits shall be to landmarks of regional integration in the five Partner States. A film-making team will produce small documentaries of each visit.
Profile of the Consultant

Priority will be given to a consultant with a strong background in participatory approaches and comprehensive knowledge on regional integration processes.


The Consultant should have the following qualifications:
  • Proven experience as trainer of journalists and organizer of press tours;
  • Experience in multimedia storytelling techniques; in sourcing, compiling and publishing case-studies/news stories/interviews/feature stories in the African media
  • Experience with radio moderation;
  • Excellent demonstrated communication, writing, teaching and organization skills; English proficiency, both in writing and speaking, is essential.
  • At least a Masters Degree in Media, Communications, Political Science and/or related fields with a minimum of 10 years professional experience;
Scope and Duration of the Assignment
The lead trainer and coordinator will be recruited for a total of up to 56 days and provide the following deliverables according to the Terms of Reference provided:
  1. Inception report (concept)and proposal of a work plan
  2. Prepare respective country visits including agenda and organization of the field visits
  3. Implementation of five training events and field visits
  4. Quality assurance and collection of the mandatory outputs of the participants
  5. Evaluation of the media caravan and final report
The total days shall be delivered starting from date of contract, over a period of 9 months.
 
All interested parties are invited to submit, in writing, a short proposal (maximum 5 pages), identifying their aptitude to undertake this assignment. 

The proposal should also include a detailed curriculum vitae indicating the qualifications, copies of certificates, and contacts of three (3) referees. 

In addition, we are requesting a financial proposal. Technical and financial proposal are to be submitted in two separate sealed envelopes.

The detailed TOR can be requested via email from agnes.vitalis@giz.de

Applications should be made to:
GIZ attn. Agnes Vitalis
Ref: EAC Media Caravan; 
GIZ Office Dar es Salaam; 
P.O. Box 151965, 
Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road; 
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 

or agnes. vitalis@ giz. de
 
African citizens are invited to apply.
 
Deadline for Submission of Proposals: Monday 23 June 2014
Republic of Kenya

County Assembly of Kwale

County Assembly Service Board

Senior Driver
CASB Grade 
4
 
Duties and responsibilities
 
Reporting to the Transport Officer III, the job holder will be responsible for;
  • Driving a motor vehicle as authorized
  • Maintenance of work tickets for vehicles assigned
  • Detecting and reporting malfunctioning of vehicles systems
  • Maintaining cleanliness of the vehicle
  • Ensuring security and safety for the vehicle on and off the road
  • Carrying out routine checks on the vehicle’s cooling, oil, electrical and brake systems, lyre pressure
  • Safety of the passengers and/or goods therein
Requirements for Appointment
 

For appointment to this position a candidate must have;
  • Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education mean grade D plain or its equivalent qualification from a recognized Institution;
  • Served in the same capacity for a minimum period of Seven (7) years;
  • A valid driving license free from any current endorsements and valid for any of the classes of vehicles which the officer is required to drive;
  • Passed the Occupational Test III for Drivers; and
  • Shown merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results
Driver I
CASB Grade
 3
 
Duties and responsibilities
 
Reporting to the Transport Officer ,the job holder will be responsible for;
  • Driving a motor vehicle as authorized
  • Maintenance of work tickets for vehicles assigned
  • Carrying out routine checks on the vehicle’s cooling, oil, electrical and brake systems, tyre pressure, etc
  • Detecting and reporting malfunctioning of vehicles systems
  • Ensuring security and safety for the vehicle on and off the road
  • Maintaining cleanliness of the vehicle.
  • Safety of the passengers and/or goods therein
Requirements for Appointment
 
For appointment to this position a candidate must have;
  • Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education mean grade D plain or its equivalent qualification from a recognized Institution;
  • A valid driving license free from any current endorsements and valid for any of the classes of vehicles which the officer is required to drive;
  • Passed the Suitability Test for Drivers Grade III; and
  • At least Five (5) years previous satisfactory driving experience.
Terms of service: Permanent

Candidates interested in the above position must have the following clearances:
  1. A Certificate of Good Conduct from the Criminal Investigations Department (CID)
  2. A Clearance Certificate from the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB)
  3. A tax compliance certificate from the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA)
  4. A Certificate from Ethics & Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC).
How to Apply: Applicants applying for the above positions must attach their Curriculum Vitae, Copies of relevant academic and professional certificates and a copy of their Identity card and send to;

The Clerk,
Kwale County Assembly,
P.O Box 231-80403,
Kwale.

Please clearly state the position you are applying for on the envelope, i.e. “APPLICATION FOR THE POSITION OF DRIVER I - CASB GRADE 3”

The applications must reach the County Assembly not later than 27th June 2014 at 5pm.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

NB: The County Assembly Service Board is an Equal opportunity & a Non-discriminatory employer, values inclusion and seeks to have a diverse workforce.

Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification

Republic of Kenya

County Assembly of Kwale

County Assembly Service Board

Procurement Officer III
CASB Grade 
7
 
Duties and Responsibilities
 
Reporting to the Clerk of the Assembly, the jobholder will be responsible for the following;
  • Planning and co-ordination of supplies management services;
  • Enforcement of Government procurement regulations, systems and procedures;
  • Preparation of supplies estimates of expenditure and control of Vote;
  • Initiation of policy, review and updating of existing regulations, supplies management instructions, inspection, training and development of the supplies personnel.
  • Receiving and taking charge of procured goods
  • Preparation, preservation and maintenance of stores’ records
  • Issue of stores Security and safe custody of stores viii. Supervision of stores staff
  • Rationing of stores
  • Making recommendations for disposal of unserviceable stores
Requirement for Appointment
 
For appointment to this position a candidate must have;
  • A minimum of a Diploma in Procurement/Supplies Management
  • A bachelors degree in any relevant field will be an added advantage
  • Demonstrable knowledge and experience in procurement management
  • A candidate must have satisfactorily served in a related position for a minimum period of three (3) years.
  • Must be registered with the relevant professional body in Kenya
Stores Clerk
CASB Grade
 6
 
Duties and Responsibilities
 
Reporting to the Procurement Officer, the jobholder will be responsible for;
  • Receiving, unpacking, and storing goods or supplies.
  • Issuing supplies from a storeroom on approved requisitions for Assembly use.
  • Assembling, packing, and transporting items/or materials.
  • Participating in maintaining inventory of physical stock.
  • Maintaining simple receiving & requisition records.
  • Performing any other related work as assigned by the Procurement Officer.
Requirement for Appointment:
 
For appointment to this position a candidate must have;
  • A minimum of a Certificate relevant to stores department;
  • A Diploma in any relevant field will be an added advantage
  • Demonstrable knowledge and experience in Store keeping.
  • Satisfactorily served in a related position for a minimum period of three (3) years.
Clerk Assistant III 
6 Posts
CASB Grade 6
 
Duties and Responsibilities
 
Reporting to the Senior Clerk, the officer will be responsible for:
  • Advising the Chairpersons and members of committees on committee procedures and rules.
  • Ensuring committees are properly facilitated to carry out their meetings and mandates;
  • Ensuring that resolutions of Committees are properly recorded and communicated to the Clerk’s office for further action; and
  • Carrying out any other responsibilities within the Legislative and Committee Services as may be assigned by the Clerk.
Requirements for Appointment
 
For appointment to this position a candidate must:
  • Be in possession of a minimum of a Diploma in Law, Administration, Secretarial studies or any other relevant discipline from a credible institution;
  • Holders of Certified Public Secretaries (K) qualifications will have an added advantage;
  • Be proficient in the use of computers;
  • Have reasonable command of both English and Swahili.
Terms of service: Permanent

Candidates interested in the above position must have the following clearances:
  1. A Certificate of Good Conduct from the Criminal Investigations Department (CID)
  2. A Clearance Certificate from the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB)
  3. A tax compliance certificate from the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA)
  4. A Certificate from Ethics & Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC).
How to Apply: Applicants applying for the above positions must attach their Curriculum Vitae, Copies of relevant academic and professional certificates and a copy of their Identity card and send to;

The Clerk,
Kwale County Assembly,
P.O Box 231-80403,
Kwale.

Please clearly state the position you are applying for on the envelope, i.e. “APPLICATION FOR THE POSITION OF PROCUREMENT OFFICER III -CASB GRADE 7”

The applications must reach the County Assembly not later than 27th June 2014 at 5pm.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

NB: The County Assembly Service Board is an Equal opportunity & a Non-discriminatory employer, values inclusion and seeks to have a diverse workforce.

Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification

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