Vacancy: Health Activities Coordinator

CCM (Comitato Collaborazione Medica) is an Italian NGO operating in Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mali, Somalia, South Sudan and Uganda implementing a variety of health-related projects.

In January 2014, CCM shall start the implementation of a programme funded by the Italian Development Cooperation in Isiolo County, meant at improving health, hygiene and sanitation conditions of pastoralists groups and local communities. 

The health component of the project entails the provision of technical assistance and support to 15 health centres offering primary health care services in the area. 

The priority gaps to be filled include 

(i) health staffs’ poor competencies/skills, 

(ii) inadequate/exhausted medical equipment and supplies and 

(iii) lack of supervision. 

Further, community health education needs to be strengthened to promote a broader access to and utilization of available health services. 

The main project partner is the Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation County Office. 

The project is implemented in consortium with the Italian NGO LVIA, which holds the leadership of the partnership.

Closing date: 06/07/2014
 
Location: Isiolo County, Kenya (with quarterly missions in Nairobi and/or in other locations in Kenya for professional purposes)
 
Contract duration: 1 year (possible extension)
 
Start date: July 2014
 
Duties and Responsibilities of the Health Activities Coordinator
 
The Health Activities Coordinator will ensure a qualified technical assistance for the implementation of the project.
 
S/he will be responsible for the effective and timely planning, implementation and monitoring of health technical activities of the project, respecting any Ministry of Health guidelines and protocols;
 
S/he will ensure a close technical coordination with LVIA Project Manager and CCM Country Representative and Regional Health Advisor, with the aim of guaranteeing the full integration of the action in the framework of the programme and the respect of the guidelines and procedures envisaged by the Donor and by the MoU signed with LVIA (i.e. visibility, reporting, M&E, etc.);
 
Under the supervision of CCM Country Representative, s/he will recruit, manage and assess the performances of CCM personnel deployed on the project (including volunteers and consultants). S/he shall also guarantee their safety in the project area;
 
(S)he is responsible of the:
  • management of CCM project budget, including the preparation of monthly cashbooks, the verification of budget follows-up, the formulation of the fund requests to the Head Office and the assistance to CCM Country Administration in the preparation of financial reports, in line with donor and LVIA/CCM’s MoU requirements;
  • draft of quarterly project progress reports in line with donor and LVIA/CCM’s MoU requirements, including the collection and/or elaboration of all the necessary supporting documents (i.e. narrative and technical reports on specific activities, minutes, etc.);
  • critical analysis of the experiences gained during the project, highlighting lessons learnt and best practices;
  • timely Info-sharing with the project partner (LVIA) and CCM Country Representative on any change/problem about the project, that may compromise the respect of contractual bonds and/or the staff management and/or the presence and the good name of CCM in the country;
  • In agreement with LVIA, the continuous and effective collaboration and partnership with local project partners (i.e. County Ministry of Health) throughout the project life.
S/he will participate to the analysis of health needs in the area of intervention and, when required, in other Kenyan locations, for the identification of possible actions and the elaboration of new projects proposals

In particular s/he will:
  • Supervise the implementation and follow-up of a clinical needs assessment in the project area, close collaboration with the County Health Office and with the project health staff, in order to identify the main health needs in the catchment area;
  • Manage the project health staff (2-3 Primary Health Care Supervisors and 155 Health Promoters), timely assessing their performances and providing technical advice to stimulate their improvement. When required, s/he will directly collaborate with the abovementioned PHC Supervisors, directly carrying out the supportive supervisions and providing technical assistance to the health staff employed in the 15 target health facilities;
  • Draft/elaborate theoretical and on-the-job training programmes for the health staff (the modules will be carried out in collaboration with international experts, i.e. specialized medical doctors), to improve the quality of PHC service provision and provide technical assistance to the health staff employed in the 15 target health facilities;
  • Coordinate the procurement and distribution of drugs and medical supplies for the 15 target health facilities;
  • Supervise the organization of health and hygiene education/promotion sessions at health facilities and schools, in collaborations with concerned stakeholders (teachers, school/HF directors, Village Health Committees, etc.);
  • In each target village, promote the creation of 15 Health Committees, responsible for the health surveillance and health promotion at community level, as well as to assess health facilities performances;
  • Ensure the timely preparation and submission of narrative and technical activity reports to CCM Country Office in Nairobi, as envisaged by donor’s requirements and LVIA/CCM MoU;
  • Define, based on the expected results and on the project IOVs, the M&E Framework, ensuring also the monthly collection of all relevant data.
Mandatory requirements:
  • Relevant academic background (This is a mandatory requirement for all candidates):
  • University degree in medicine or related field (Nursing Care, Midwifery, Pharmacy, Biology, etc.). Otherwise, University degree in Development Economics or related fields (Political Sciences, Development Cooperation, etc.) with a Master/Specialization in Public Health;
  • At least 2 years of relevant work experience in the coordination/implementation of health projects in developing countries;
  • Good knowledge of Project Cycle Management (including the identification/drafting of project proposals, the utilization of management and M&E tools, the revision/update of work plans and budget);
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills with national and international stakeholders;
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-disciplinary teams;
  • Demonstrated capacity to organize the work and to be focused on the achievement of expected results;
  • Willingness to work under pressure and long hours, and ability to cope with strict deadlines and complex situations;
  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office package;
  • Fluency in both written and spoken English;
  • Fluency in Italian (Italian nationality is a donor’s mandatory requirement).
Additional preferential requirements:
  • Master/post graduate Degree in Tropical Medicine or related fields;
  • Previous knowledge of the Kenyan contest, in particular related to the health sector;
  • Previous experiences in the management of project financed by the Italian Development Cooperation;
  • Previous experiences in the coordination of health activities;
  • Previous experiences with INGOs.
How to apply
 
Please send to recruitment@ccm-italia.org the following documents (in English):
  • motivation letter
  • CV with references
Please indicate the vacancy reference in the email subject (health_activities_coordinator_kenya).
 
Applications will be reviewed as they are received. 

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Closing date: 06 Jul 2014
 
For further information on the organization, please visit the website at www.ccm-italia.org.
Republic of Kenya

Kisii County Government
 
County Public Service Board
Secretary, County Public Service Board 
(1 Post)
(Re-Advertisement)
 
The Secretary, County Public Service Board will be responsible to the Board for the following:
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Day to day administration of the functions of the Board
  • Implementation of the decisions of the Board
  • The formation and development of an efficient administration
  • Organization, control and management of staff
  • Ensuring staff compliance with public service values, principles and ethics
  • Maintenance of accurate records on financial matters and resource use
  • The accounting officer of the Board
  • Head of the secretariat
  • Ensuring the drawing up and approval of the required budget; and
  • Performing any other duties as may from time to time be assigned by the Board and any other written law
Requirements and Competencies
  • Be a Kenyan citizen
  • Be in possession of a master’s degree from a University recognized in Kenya
  • Have a working experience of not less than five years
  • Satisfy the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution on leadership and integrity
  • Be a professional who demonstrates absence of breach of the relevant professional code of conduct
  • Not hold a Public or State Office
  • Be a Certified Public Secretary of good professional standing
  • Be visionary and strategic thinker
  • Have capacity to work under pressure to meet strict deadlines
  • Be a team player
  • Women and physically challenged persons are encouraged to apply.
  • Attach all the requirements of chapter six
Weights and Measures Officer 
(JG “J” )
2 Posts

Bachelor’s degree in any of the following disciplines: Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Law ,Legal Metrology, Information Communication Technology, Instrumentation or engineering (Mechanical/Electronics), Micro-processors or equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution.
 
Weights and Measures Assistant  
(JG ‘H’)
3 Posts

For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have:-
  • A Diploma in any of the following Disciplines:- Instrumentation, computer Science, Information Communication Technology (ICT), Legal Metrology Engineering (Mechanical/Electrical/Electronics) or equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution; and
  • • Certificate in Computer applications from a recognized institution.
Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification

Only shortlisted applicants shall be contacted

How to Apply
 
All applications should be accompanied by a copy of National ID Card, a detailed CV and copies of all relevant certificates and testimonials. 

They should be submitted in sealed envelopes clearly marked on the left side the position/specific area you are applying for to reach on or before 30th June, 2014 and addressed to:

The Chairman
Kisii County Public Service Board
P. O. Box 4550-40200
Kisii. Kenya

Hand delivered applications should be handed over at the Kisii Public Service Board offices situated at Mwalimu House 3rd Floor.

Kisii County is an equal opportunity employer

Finance & Administration Officer

The International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) is an international, nonprofit organization that supports the building of democratic societies and the strengthening of transitional democracies. 

Founded in 1987 as a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization, IFES has developed and implemented comprehensive, collaborative democracy solutions in more than 120 countries.
 
IFES is currently implementing a capacity-building program in support of Kenya’s electoral process in the areas of voter and civic education, voter registration, among others.
 
IFES seeks a Finance and Administration Officer to assist with the financial and office management of the office under the supervision of the DCOP according to the duties and responsibilities listed below. 

This is 1 year renewable contract and contingent upon funding.
 
Under the supervision of the DCOP, principal duties and responsibilities shall include the following:
 

Finance
  • Preparation of monthly financial reports with supporting documents to IFES in Washington;
  • Oversee petty cash fund including preparing regular petty cash reconciliation;
  • Preparation of office payments;
  • Assist with the development and enforcement of proper internal controls with respect to cash management;
  • Prepare and disburse IFES payroll for the field staff;
  • Prepare bank reconciliations;
  • Data entry of financial information into QuickBooks;
  • Prepare field expense reports;
  • Bring into order and file all accounting documents;
  • Assist with budget analysis and developing pipelines;
  • Preparation of annual returns of IFES (both payroll and company) and ensuring compliance with the local laws at all times;
  • Keep abreast and updated on local regulations and laws and advise IFES as and when needed, while ensuring that the office manuals are updated accordingly; and
  • Other duties as assigned.
Administration
  • Day-to-day management of the Receptionist/Office Assistant to carry out general office administration duties; filing of office documents, maintaining vendor database, ordering and maintaining office supplies/stationery, maintenance of office equipment e.g. photocopier, printer, telephone system, etc;
  • Responsible for maintaining local staff leave schedules and ensuring accuracy;
  • Maintain and ensure staff medical is operational and settle any disputes that may arise;
  • Ensure records management of IFES is up to date and in good order;
  • Responsible for the day to day management of all suppliers/vendors and managing all contracts/leases;
  • Maintaining office insurances and ensuring renewals are done on time, while also ensuring losses are reported on time;
  • Provide cover for the office Receptionist and administrative support to other staff as and when needed;
  • Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • A University degree in Accounting, Business, Economics/Financial Management with at least part qualifications in CPA,ACCA,CIMA;
  • At least four years related finance/administration experience;
  • Two to three years of experience working with an international organization preferred;
  • MS Excel skills required; working knowledge of Quick books preferred;
  • Strong interpersonal skills, with high ethical standards;
  • Good judgment and Initiative as well as ability to take direction;
  • Good organizational skills; and
  • USAID financial management experience a significant plus.
Additional Requirements: 
 
Applicants must be Kenyan citizens or third country nationals permanently residing in Kenya.
 
Application must contain: Letter of application and curriculum vitae only.

Applications meeting the minimum requirements should be sent to KenyaRecruit@ifes.org by June 21st, 2014
iAGRI Communications Manager

The Innovative Agricultural Research Initiative (iAGRJ), an USAID-funded project based at Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) in Morogoro, Tanzania is seeking a full-time Communications Manager.

General Responsibilities
 
The main duties and responsibilities of the iAGRI Communications manager will be to implement and regularly update the iAGRI communications plan, engaging a variety of international stakeholders.

This will include producing content for a variety of audiences and communications channels, including authored articles, blogs, brochures, newsletters, new releases, reports, web stories, videos, photos and social media. 

The iAGRI Communications Manager will be tasked with identifying new communication channels and creating relationships with local, regional and international media to promote iAGRI project goals.

The iAGRI Communications Manager will also oversee the redesign of the iAGRI website and serve as an adviser to the redesign of the SUA website.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
  • Creative, dynamic and forward thinking individual
  • Innovative - able to identify new opportunities and make them happen
  • Concise communicator who is able to easily clarify complex issues, benefits and calls to action to various stakeholders
  • Ability to develop and execute marketing communications targeting multiple audiences
  • Strong written and verbal communication and presentation skills
  • Managing websites, including management of design and developer staff
  • Analytical capabilities to measure performance and weigh tradeoffs
  • Problem solving and project management skills, with ability to balance competing project and resource demands
  • Cross-cultural interaction across language barriers
  • Team player who can work independently
Required Qualifications / Experience
  • Masters degree in communications, marketing, public relations or a related field required
  • 5 years of solid marketing communications experience, preferably in the public or non-profit sector
  • Experienced writer for a variety of mediums, including brochures, blogs, newsletters, reports, websites and social media
  • Strong project management skills, effectively managing projects without direct authority and working across multiple teams
  • Demonstrated proficiency in creating and implementing a communications plan
  • English language fluency required, Swahili language skills a plus
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite
Desired Qualifications/Experience
  • Experience in website design management and website maintenance
  • Familiarity with open source content management systems like Joomla or WordPress (experience with coding in these systems is a plus)
  • Practiced photographer with experience using editing software
  • Experience in coaching, training and mentoring junior communications staff
  • Proficiency with Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and Premiere
How to Apply
 
To apply for this opportunity, please send a cover letter, CV or résumé, three samples of your writing and salary history to alvis@iagri.org by June 20, 2014.
 
Applications submitted without samples of your writing will not be considered.

East African nationals are strongly encouraged to apply

Closing Date: June 20, 2014

Position Information: This position will be hired on an annual contract, with possibility of renewal. A competitive salary and benefits package, including a housing stipend and insurance, will be offered to the successful candidate.

Relocation assistance may also be available.

This position is located in Morogoro, Tanzania.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
The Standard Group comprises, The Standard Newspapers, Game Yetu, The Counties, The Nairobian, KTN, Radio Maisha, PDS, Standard Digital and Think Outdoor Services. 

The Group is looking for highly motivated, qualified, experienced and reputable team players in house, to fill the following position:

Corporate Affairs Manager

The Corporate Affairs Manager will work very closely with the CEO and will help develop and implement the public relations strategy across the region to protect and enhance the company’s reputation.

Key Responsibilities: -
  • External communications agenda through the development of effective external communications plans, channels, tools and relationships across the organization to ensure effective, timely and consistent public relation and media communication and engagement;
  • Leveraging senior executive visits, business developments and overseeing crises communications planning and management;
  • Identify and develop key media contacts and ensure effective management of relationships with media and key opinion makers;
  • Ensure effective relationship and stakeholder management at a strategic level, acting as a point of contact and representative both internally and externally;
  • Content development and strong editorial skills for purposes of speech writing and editing, digital communications & social media engagement;
  • Organising and overseeing the organization’s corporate events calendar.
Knowledge and Skills:-
  • University Degree in Marketing, PR or International Relations;
  • Masters qualification will be an added advantage;
  • Systematic planner, team player and good organizer;
  • 5 years’ experience in a similar position;
  • Very strong English writing skills;
  • Ability advise senior management and internal stakeholders on communications strategies and initiatives;
  • Strong business acumen and be highly dependable.
Mechanical Engineer

The job holder will be responsible for installation, commissioning and test running any new machines or shifting of existing machines.

Key Responsibilities: -
  • Carry out plant corrective, preventive and scheduled maintenance,
  • Effective daily reporting of all machinery technical performance status,
  • Identify and analyse maintenance defi ciencies encountered,
  • Management of press spare parts stock movement and re-ordering level within the lead time,
  • Advising and guiding plant users on health and safety operation procedures,
  • Provide leadership to plant technical staff.
Knowledge and Skills:-
  • BSc. in Mechanical or Plant Engineering.
  • Good knowledge of plant machines and computer based industrial automation.
  • Good communication and leadership skills.
  • Good team player.
  • Ability to make quick decisions and to improvise if necessary.
  • Ability and energy to work during odd hours.
  • Minimum 3 years working experience in a busy Industrial Plant set up.
Distribution Assistants (All Regions)
 
The job holder will report to the Sales Executive & Regional Team Leader and will carry out Sales & Distribution activities for the Group’s newspapers and magazines within the assigned sales territory.
 
Key Responsibilities: -
  • To work with the appointed vendors to ensure that they get the newspaper on time each day and to collect all revenues realized from newspaper sales
  • To maintain close contact and effective liaison with vendors and to report any problems encountered to the Sales Executive or Team Leader for immediate action
  • To identify opportunities for market expansion in the area/territory, and to identify potential vendors and report to the Sales Executive.
  • To monitor arrival time of vendors to the various drop off points against the time the delivery van arrives and report any problems to the Sales Executive for appropriate corrective action by the Transport Officer
  • To recommend any alternative transport routes and/or drop off points to the Sales Executive
  • To monitor the trend of sales and returns by vendors, to determine required adjustments and to communicate those adjustments to the Sales Executive
  • To liaise with vendors to ensure that The Standard Limited publications and magazines get prominent display/exposure
Knowledge and Skills:
  • Diploma in Sales & Marketing or Business Administration
  • Minimum of 1 year experience in sales & marketing including laying strategy for market expansion and penetration
  • Experience in field selling
  • High degree of integrity
  • Good communication skills and ability to deal with diverse peoples
  • Valid Riding License
If you possess the above qualifications and have the drive to meet the challenges, visit our websitewww.standardmedia.co.ke/recruitment to browse through the current openings / vacancies and apply not later than 30th June 2014.

The Standard Group is an equal opportunity employer and as such, canvassing of any form
will lead to automatic disqualification.

Please note that ONLY shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Vacancy: Health Activities Coordinator

CCM (Comitato Collaborazione Medica) is an Italian NGO operating in Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mali, Somalia, South Sudan and Uganda implementing a variety of health-related projects.

In January 2014, CCM shall start the implementation of a programme funded by the Italian Development Cooperation in Isiolo County, meant at improving health, hygiene and sanitation conditions of pastoralists groups and local communities. 

The health component of the project entails the provision of technical assistance and support to 15 health centres offering primary health care services in the area. 

The priority gaps to be filled include 

(i) health staffs’ poor competencies/skills, 

(ii) inadequate/exhausted medical equipment and supplies and 

(iii) lack of supervision. 

Further, community health education needs to be strengthened to promote a broader access to and utilization of available health services. 

The main project partner is the Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation County Office. 

The project is implemented in consortium with the Italian NGO LVIA, which holds the leadership of the partnership.

Closing date: 06/07/2014
 
Location: Isiolo County, Kenya (with quarterly missions in Nairobi and/or in other locations in Kenya for professional purposes)
 
Contract duration: 1 year (possible extension)
 
Start date: July 2014
 
Duties and Responsibilities of the Health Activities Coordinator
 
The Health Activities Coordinator will ensure a qualified technical assistance for the implementation of the project.
 
S/he will be responsible for the effective and timely planning, implementation and monitoring of health technical activities of the project, respecting any Ministry of Health guidelines and protocols;
 
S/he will ensure a close technical coordination with LVIA Project Manager and CCM Country Representative and Regional Health Advisor, with the aim of guaranteeing the full integration of the action in the framework of the programme and the respect of the guidelines and procedures envisaged by the Donor and by the MoU signed with LVIA (i.e. visibility, reporting, M&E, etc.);
 
Under the supervision of CCM Country Representative, s/he will recruit, manage and assess the performances of CCM personnel deployed on the project (including volunteers and consultants). S/he shall also guarantee their safety in the project area;
 
(S)he is responsible of the:
  • management of CCM project budget, including the preparation of monthly cashbooks, the verification of budget follows-up, the formulation of the fund requests to the Head Office and the assistance to CCM Country Administration in the preparation of financial reports, in line with donor and LVIA/CCM’s MoU requirements;
  • draft of quarterly project progress reports in line with donor and LVIA/CCM’s MoU requirements, including the collection and/or elaboration of all the necessary supporting documents (i.e. narrative and technical reports on specific activities, minutes, etc.);
  • critical analysis of the experiences gained during the project, highlighting lessons learnt and best practices;
  • timely Info-sharing with the project partner (LVIA) and CCM Country Representative on any change/problem about the project, that may compromise the respect of contractual bonds and/or the staff management and/or the presence and the good name of CCM in the country;
  • In agreement with LVIA, the continuous and effective collaboration and partnership with local project partners (i.e. County Ministry of Health) throughout the project life.
S/he will participate to the analysis of health needs in the area of intervention and, when required, in other Kenyan locations, for the identification of possible actions and the elaboration of new projects proposals

In particular s/he will:
  • Supervise the implementation and follow-up of a clinical needs assessment in the project area, close collaboration with the County Health Office and with the project health staff, in order to identify the main health needs in the catchment area;
  • Manage the project health staff (2-3 Primary Health Care Supervisors and 155 Health Promoters), timely assessing their performances and providing technical advice to stimulate their improvement. When required, s/he will directly collaborate with the abovementioned PHC Supervisors, directly carrying out the supportive supervisions and providing technical assistance to the health staff employed in the 15 target health facilities;
  • Draft/elaborate theoretical and on-the-job training programmes for the health staff (the modules will be carried out in collaboration with international experts, i.e. specialized medical doctors), to improve the quality of PHC service provision and provide technical assistance to the health staff employed in the 15 target health facilities;
  • Coordinate the procurement and distribution of drugs and medical supplies for the 15 target health facilities;
  • Supervise the organization of health and hygiene education/promotion sessions at health facilities and schools, in collaborations with concerned stakeholders (teachers, school/HF directors, Village Health Committees, etc.);
  • In each target village, promote the creation of 15 Health Committees, responsible for the health surveillance and health promotion at community level, as well as to assess health facilities performances;
  • Ensure the timely preparation and submission of narrative and technical activity reports to CCM Country Office in Nairobi, as envisaged by donor’s requirements and LVIA/CCM MoU;
  • Define, based on the expected results and on the project IOVs, the M&E Framework, ensuring also the monthly collection of all relevant data.
Mandatory requirements:
  • Relevant academic background (This is a mandatory requirement for all candidates):
  • University degree in medicine or related field (Nursing Care, Midwifery, Pharmacy, Biology, etc.). Otherwise, University degree in Development Economics or related fields (Political Sciences, Development Cooperation, etc.) with a Master/Specialization in Public Health;
  • At least 2 years of relevant work experience in the coordination/implementation of health projects in developing countries;
  • Good knowledge of Project Cycle Management (including the identification/drafting of project proposals, the utilization of management and M&E tools, the revision/update of work plans and budget);
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills with national and international stakeholders;
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-disciplinary teams;
  • Demonstrated capacity to organize the work and to be focused on the achievement of expected results;
  • Willingness to work under pressure and long hours, and ability to cope with strict deadlines and complex situations;
  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office package;
  • Fluency in both written and spoken English;
  • Fluency in Italian (Italian nationality is a donor’s mandatory requirement).
Additional preferential requirements:
  • Master/post graduate Degree in Tropical Medicine or related fields;
  • Previous knowledge of the Kenyan contest, in particular related to the health sector;
  • Previous experiences in the management of project financed by the Italian Development Cooperation;
  • Previous experiences in the coordination of health activities;
  • Previous experiences with INGOs.
How to apply
 
Please send to recruitment@ccm-italia.org the following documents (in English):
  • motivation letter
  • CV with references
Please indicate the vacancy reference in the email subject (health_activities_coordinator_kenya).
 
Applications will be reviewed as they are received. 

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Closing date: 06 Jul 2014
 
For further information on the organization, please visit the website at www.ccm-italia.org.
The Front End Developer will  be responsible for creation of web-apps using HTML5, CSS3 and hand-coded JavaScript to develop rich animated experiences for web and  mobile platforms.

MUST be Comfortable using API’s
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Google / YouTube
  • Must write clean, efficient code with documentation
  • Can read code written by others
  • Can write code from pseudo-code or verbal instructions
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with executives via presentations and verbal communications is required.
Must have past works in relation to web development using ALL the below technologies
  • HTML5
  • Python
  • CSS3
  • Javascript
Please send CV to vacancies@ulizadon.com
a medium sized hospital in Nairobi is seeking to recruitPharmaceutical Technologist to join their team.

Qualifications

Diploma in Pharmacy from KMTC

At least 2 years of experience in a busy institution.

Registered with poisons board is an added advantage
Interested candidates should send their application letter and CV to jobs@jantakenya.com clearly indicating ‘Pharmaceutical Technologist’ on the subject line by 1st July, 2014. 

DO NOT attach any certificates.

Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted
Vacancy: Hotel Manager

Location: Thika Town 

The job requirements are:
  • Deliver excellent customer service, at all times, ensuring guests’ comfort and safety
  • Deal with all enquires in a professional and courteous manner, in person, on the telephone or via e-mail
  • Assist in keeping the hotel clean and tidy, at all times
  • Deal with customer complaints in a professional manner
  • Keep up to date with current promotions and hotel pricing, to provide information to guests, on request, while maximising bedroom sales opportunities
  • Manage and maintain the administration of all reservations, cancellations and no-shows, in line with company policy
  • Propose and implement effective marketing strategies to maximise room occupancy levels
  • Complete all daily administration tasks as required
  • Ensure that all bedrooms/conference rooms and areas under your responsibility are checked thoroughly at the end of every shift, confirming that they meet our standards
  • Maintain the correct handling of all soiled linen and ensure that every bedroom has the correct bedding and relevant number of towels
  • Report any faults or damage in any of the bedrooms (or hotel facilities) immediately to hotel manager
  • Monitor and oversee maintenance issues relevant to your area and liaise with third-party contractors as required
  • Complete regular checks on portable electrical appliances
  • Be accountable for all relevant product delivery and stock management (mainly, laundry, cleaning materials and bedroom supplies), including setting stock levels, checking, counting, storage, reconciliation and loss investigation
  • Manage and maintain effective and efficient use of all reception equipment and hotel systems, in line with company policy
  • Control and manage all new credit application accounts, sales ledger management and payment administration
  • Provide reports, as required, for hotel management
  • Maintain effective communication, at all times, among the team, hotel manager and night manager
  • Complete rotas for your team weekly; manage and maintain correct staffing levels in line with targets and business levels
  • Ensure that all members of the team sign in/out on the time sheets at reception and manage absence and lateness, in line with company policy
  • Complete all required health and safety/fire checks on time
  • Be responsible for evacuation, in cases of emergency, acting as first point of contact for the team, guests and the emergency services
  • Report any security issues to the hotel manager immediately
  • Take responsibility for extra management tasks, as required, in the hotel manager’s absence
  • Maintain personal knowledge by completing in-house training and workbooks
  • Always adhere to all company policies and procedures and licensing laws
  • Be involved and contribute at team meetings
  • Carry out instructions given by the management team and head office Job Description
Please send CV to chris@hotel-troy.com before 20th June 2014

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