Macha New Year’s Eve Concert an entertainment company is looking for Ten Flash Mob groups or interested individuals (20 yrs and above) and Two Experienced Concert Coordinators.
 
Macha New Year’s Eve Concert is the official “Good Times” New Year Celebrations in harmony with nature featuring world-class entertainment of many genres, with a positive message for our time. For each patron we plant a tree. 

The 1st Anniversary celebration hosts two stage concerts respectively:- New Year’s Eve Countdown Concert for bold personalities held on the 31st December and a New Year Family Concert  on the 1st January at the beautiful Machakos People’s Park, 45 minutes drive from Nairobi city. 

Its main features are pyrotechnic fireworks displays, live music performances, helicopter tours, family fun activities, longest nyama feast and going green theme. 
The Concert is undeniably the pinnacle of good times and merry making for enthusiasts in Nairobi and entire region during Christmas and New Year celebration. 

With a feast of talent that includes the best DJs and artistes, both concerts are set to be an experience that is unmissable, unforgettable and utterly danceable! 

Interested individuals and dance groups to submit ONE PAGE LETTER declaring your interest, ability, ages and a color photo attached on the letter by 1st August 2014. Please note: NO CVs.

Submit your application addressed to 


The Executive Producer, 
Macha NYE Concert, 
P.O  Box 999-90100 
Machakos 

and only Email: machanewyearseveconcert@gmail.com. 

The Rhodes Scholarships at Oxford University

Every year, scholars from 14 countries around the world, including two from Kenya, earn the privilege of becoming Rhodes Scholars by demonstrating their outstanding intellectual and academic ability, integrity of character, strong leadership abilities, energy and drive, and their commitment to public service.

The Rhodes Scholarships offer full funding for two years’ study and are tenable only for full time post-graduate study at the University of Oxford.

The Rhodes Scholarships Selection Committee for Kenya, invites applications for the year of study commencing October 2015.

In addition to exhibiting the above characteristics, applicants must meet the following basic minimum criteria:
  • be holders of a first class or a high upper second class degree (Min. 68% or GPA 3.7)
  • be Kenyan citizens
  • have been resident in Kenya for at least 5 of last 10 years
  • will be 19 years old or over and under 25 years on 1st October 2015
Online applications (preferred) may be made at:
https://apply.embark.com/scholarship/Rhodestrust.
 
Alternatively, application forms are available at:www.rhodeshouse.ox.ac.uk or may be obtained by writing to 

The National Secretary, 
Rhodes Scholarships Selection Committee for Kenya 
on: Rhodes.Selection.Kenya@gmail.com

Deadline for applications: 31st August 2014

Consultancy for Conducting Baseline Study for Community Driven Food Security and Livelihood Initiatives in Lower and Middle Juba, Somalia

Who we are: Oxfam GB has worked in South Central Somalia for over 20 years and is engaged in humanitarian and development programs. 

The situation in Somalia makes humanitarian access to conflict affected communities difficult, as a result, Oxfam initiated “Alternative Ways of Working” model. 

A 3 years EU funded project where communities are empowered to identify their projects, prioritise, plan, implement, monitor and report through community committees has been initiated. All community projects must contribute in improving food security and livelihoods opportunities.

Purpose: Conduct a comprehensive baseline survey on food security and livelihoods situation in Lower and Middle Juba. 

The consultant must align his/her methods with the project objectives which are as follows.
  • Strengthening community structures to undertake community led development initiatives in Lower and Middle Juba regions.
  • Improve the livelihood and food security of riverine, agro pastoral and pastoralist communities in Middle and Lower Juba regions through CFSLI.
  • Improving coordination, monitoring and documentation for quality delivery of the action and generate lessons learnt
What we are looking for
  • A degree holder in Economics,(Agriculture or Rural ) or development related degree, Food Security and Livelihoods or a related field
  • Experience in undertaking Food Security and Livelihoods baseline studies in Somalia strongly preferred.
  • Ability to conduct gender analysis and community engagement in advocacy
  • Experienced in quantitative and qualitative methods
To Apply

This is a highly challenging opportunity for a dedicated and highly motivated professional/team, with a strong commitment to Oxfam’s values and beliefs. 

If you believe you are the candidate we are looking for, please submit your proposal/expression of interest and CV(s) including a day time contact by applying online at http://bit.ly/1iVKGRK using INT0647

A detailed ToR can also be accessed from the above link.

The closing date is: 11th July 2014. 

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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Urgent Job Opportunity: Dholuo Transcriber (Native Speaker)

Position Summary: 
Appen is looking for native speakers of Dholuo residing in Kenya for a transcription project.

Key Responsibilities: The main task will involve listening to audio recordings in Dholuo speech and typing out what is said or fixing the given Dholuo text to match the audio. Work is on a flexible basis with minimum availability of 10 hours per week.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
  • Must be a native speaker of Dholuo
  • Must be currently residing in Kenya
  • Must have the ability to follow complex instructions
  • Must have access to a computer and reliable internet connection with the latest version of Mozilla Firefox
  • Must have good spelling skills
If this is something that you qualify for, or perhaps you have a friend to refer, please view the complete Dholuo transcriber job description and apply at:

Click here to apply online

After you apply in the recruitment platform, please go tohttp://appenonline.appen.com.au and register; then complete the Dholuo Spelling Test as this is the first step to assess your qualification.

If you have any questions or issues accessing the links, please send an e-mail to AEgot@appen.com

About Appen: Appen develops high quality speech and language technology solutions namely used in car navigation systems, mobile phones, word processing packages, directory assistance, speaker verification tools and hand-held machine translation devices. 

Our staff comprises Linguists, IT professionals and Project Managers who collaborate to produce quality work in over 100 different languages for many of the world’s leading companies.
Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) is a State Corporation under the Ministry of Transport established under the Civil Aviation Act 2013 ‘to develop, regulate and manage a safe, efficient and effective Civil Aviation System in Kenya’ 

KCAA is seeking to recruit qualified Kenyan citizens to fill the following positions in the establishment:
 
Job Title: Human Capital Officer 1 - Employee Relations and Compensation

Ref No: 
.HR/08/14 

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Department: Human Resources
 
Reports To: Senior Human Capital, Employee Relations and Compensation
 
Job Purpose To provide general human resources assistance and services to KCAA.
 
Scope of work / duties / responsibilities

Handle management and implementation of human resources programmes in the following areas:
  • Documenting, maintaining and updating staff records on: medical, salary; welfare activities and union; HIV and AIDS; safety at workplace; employee satisfaction and sports;
  • Leave administration;
  • Any other duty assigned from time to time.
Qualifications

  • A first degree in Human resources management or a degree in related social sciences such as Business Administration; Organizational Development and Management, or Labour Management from a recognized university
  • Diploma in Human Resource Management and a member of Institute of Human Resource Management.
Experience
  • 5 years’ experience in a busy HR environment.
Knowledge and skills
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Proficiency in office suite and desktop publishing tools.
  • General HR background is an advantage.
  • Guidance and Counselling skills.
How to Apply

Interested candidates are requested to send their application letter quoting the reference No. on the envelope and application letter, attach copies of certificates, testimonials and a detailed CV indicating current salary and expected salary, day time telephone and full contact details of three professional referees to the address below to be received not later than 18th July 2014. 

Female candidates are encouraged to apply.

(For the re-advertised positions, those who had applied as per the earlier advert are advised to re-apply)
 
Only shortlisted Candidates will be contacted.

The Director General
Kenya Civil Aviation Authority
KAA Complex - JKIA
P. O. Box 30163 – 00100
Nairobi.
Global Airlift Ltd. based at Wilson Airport is looking for a Kenyan HS 748 Captain. 
 
Candidates must have the following qualifications;
  • Must be a Kenyan
  • Must have a valid Kenyan ATPL
  • Instrument Rating must be current
  • Must have a minimum of 5000 hours total time
  • Must have 1000 hours on type (HS 748), 500 hours as PIC
  • Must be current on type
Kenyan Candidates who hold ATPL and are not rated on type but have minimum total time 5000 hours and 500 PIC on twin turbines are encouraged to apply for training for type rating.

Please send applications with attaching CVs and copies of License etc. to info@globalairlift.com
 

All Applications should also be copied to:

The Director General, 
Kenya Civil Aviation Authority.
P.O. Box 30163-00100 
Nairobi Kenya



Vacancy: Project Officer - Social Audits
Location: Nairobi, Kenya with extensive travel in Africa
 
Department: Programmes
 
Reporting To: Programmes Manager
 
Key Relations: Executive Director, Programme staff, Communication and Advocacy and Administration departments and National Platforms in 23 African countries

Background: The Africa Platform for Social Protection (APSP) is a network of organizations operating at grassroots, national and regional levels, with a commitment to promoting and strengthening the social contract between states and citizens. 

To achieve this, the APSP promotes active engagement of National Platforms in the shaping of Social Protection policies, programmes and practices in Africa. 

To date the APSP has supported the establishment of National Platforms of civil society organization in 23 out of 30 countries that participate in the APSP activities in Africa.
National Platforms are groups of civil society organizations working to support the development and implementation of policies and programmes on Social Protection at the national level. National Platforms are composed of organizations working on a variety of issues including; children, older persons, people with disability, minority groups and trade unions and are affiliated to the APSP.

The APSP Mission: The APSP exists to create partnerships with Civil Society and other organizations to engage with Governments, Regional and Continental Bodies and international Development Agencies (IDAs) to develop and implement innovative Social Protection Policies, Strategies and Programmes in order to make a difference in people's lives in Africa.

Overall Purpose of the Job: The successful candidate will be involved in building the capacity of National Platforms, beneficiaries of Social Protection programmes to undertake social audits and engage in advocacy activities aimed at increasing investment in social protection by governments and ensuring accountability and efficiency in public Social Protection Programmes. 


The project officer will also engage in developing simplified training materials and tools for conducting social audits to be used by National Platforms and the beneficiaries of Social Protection Programmes.

Key Responsibilities
  • Build and maintain key relationships with programme stakeholders as well as government, UN and other development agencies focused on Social Protection
  • Support the design and implementation of training and capacity building plans on Social Audits in Social Protection for the APSP, National Platforms and relevant governments.
  • Be responsible for the preparation of timely and quality Social Audit reports and other aspects of programmatic, financial and contractual compliance
  • Support in identifying potential sources of funding and raising resources to support activities aimed at expanding and strengthening Social Protection systems and enhancing accountability and transparency in Social Protection in Africa
  • Advocate and influence governments to use the findings of the Social Audits in strengthening Social Protection systems programmes in Africa.
  • Undertake all such other functions as may, from time to time, be directed by the Executive Director
Minimum Requirements
  • Degree in Human Rights, Law, Economics, Public Policy, Social development or any other related field, Master degree will be an added advantage
  • Knowledge and understanding of methodology of social audit procedures
  • Demonstrated ability to transfer knowledge through formal and informal training
  • Demonstrated understanding of and commitment to human rights, social justice and social change
  • Excellent evidence gathering, analysis and communication and advocacy skills in English, both written and verbal
  • At least 3 years of working experience in Social Protection and or Social Auditing
  • Fluency in spoken and written English, mastery of French will be an added advantage
  • Computer proficiency in word processing, spread sheet, excel and power point.
How to Apply

If you meet the qualifications, send you CV and covering letter stating your current salary and explaining how you meet the criteria for the role to: info@africapsp.org by 15th July 2014. 

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

Visit us at www.africapsp.org

The APSP is an equal opportunity employer.


Kehancha Mother & Child Hospital seeks to recruit staffs for the following positions.
 
1. Nurses - 5 Positions 
 
2. Clinical Officers - 2 Positions

3. Laboratory Technician / Technologist - 3 Positions
 
Requirements.
 
1. Must have met all relevant certifications.
 
2. Be ready to work for long hours and flexible in operations.
 
3. Provide leadership and management skills.
 
Applications to be sent to: kehanchahospital@yahoo.com by the 15th July 2014.

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