The International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Kenya serves vulnerable populations in the Turkana and Garissa regions as well as in Eastleigh, Nairobi. 

The IRC implements programs in the areas of comprehensive primary health care, nutrition, protection, peace building, water and sanitation and hygiene (WASH), HIV/AIDS prevention, response to gender based violence, disaster risk reduction (DRR), livelihoods and governance. 

Applications are invited for the following positions:
 
Reproductive Health & HIV Manager (Dadaab)
 
Full Job descriptions can be downloaded atwww.rescue.org/careers
 

Please apply on or before 18th July, 2014
 
IRC leading the way from harm to home
 
IRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer IRC considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability.
Postbank is a leading Savings Bank, with a National Branch network, and offering a wide range of financial services. 

We wish to recruit highly competent, proactive and self-driven person to fill the following position within our organization.
 
Senior Human Resource Officer – Employee Relations

Position Function: To assist in ensuring effective employee relations guidance and support in order to maximize staff motivation and productivity.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Assisting line managers on disciplinary and grievance matters and ensuring speedy resolution of the same in line with the bank’s policy, statutory and collective bargaining requirements.
  • Participating in disciplinary and grievance hearings.
  • Ensuring that disciplinary and grievance records are maintained.
  • Assist in the formulation and review of HR policies
  • Participating in data collection for management preparation of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) negotiations.
  • Participating in HIV/AIDS management initiatives, distribution of IEC materials, and training programmes.
  • Coordinating employee baseline surveys - HIV/AIDS, Drug Abuse, and Satisfaction Surveys.
  • Assisting in the development and implementation of strategies for staff with disabilities in line with the policy.
  • Assisting in the review and enhancement of Drug and Substance abuse policy and adherence to the set initiatives.
  • Submitting statutory reports on :
  1. HIV/AIDS Management -quarterly returns to National Aids Control Council (NACC)
  2. Alcohol and Drug/Substance abuse quarterly reports to NACADA.
  3. Staff (People Living) with disabilities to the National Council for People Living with Disabilities.
  • Ensuring adherence to health and safety requirements and coordinating wellness programmes.
Qualifications:
  • Degree in Social Science or Human Resources Management
  • Higher Diploma in Human Resource Management
  • Supervisory Skills
  • Computer literacy
  • Management courses and seminars
  • Excellent written and verbal communication
  • Practical knowledge and training on labour laws
  • Membership to a HR Professional body
  • 5 years’ experience in Employee Relations.
How to Apply

Note that only online applications will be accepted
 
Please DO NOT attach certificates
 
Closing Date: Wednesday 23rd July 2014
 
Postbank is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to implementing affirmative action. 

In this regard, women, people living with disabilities and people from marginalized groups with requisite qualifications are encouraged to apply.

Postbank is ISO 9001:2008 Certified
We are an established group of companies engaging in clearing & forwarding transportation, selling of new trucks as well as manufacturing of trailers. 

We are looking for qualified candidates to fill in the position of a “Group Financial Controller

Key Responsibilities
  • Analyzing and reporting financial results against budgets and forecasts for all the group companies.
  • Oversee Payroll preparation and administration
  • Ensure all relevant information and reports are available to the management, subordinates and other respective staff at appropriate times so that sound decisions about finances, efficiencies and prioritization are made.
  • Ensure annual budgets and multi year strategic plans for the group companies are prepared.
Specific Duties

  • Debt control and collection.
  • Ensure all bank reconciliations are correctly done.
  • Ensure correct Preparation of cash flow statements
  • Preparation of management accounts and other accounts/finance reports.
  • All bank correspondences and communication
  • Handling all queries and correspondences with KRA and the auditors
Skills Required
  • Must have full knowledge of Management principles
  • Knowledge of current taxation requirements by Kenya Revenue Authority.
  • Strong analytical, problem solving and decision making skills to evaluate alternatives and provide recommendations on all financial issues.
  • Proficiency in the use of computer programs for Accounting (e.g. quick books), Ms Office Packages a nd Internet
  • Should be a great team player with Good communication skills, presentation, and research and analysis skills.
  • Ability to work under pressure with minimum or no supervision
Qualifications and Other Requirements
  • Must be a member of institute of Chartered Public Accountants of Kenya
  • Must be 37years and above in age.
  • At least 5 years’ experience in the same capacity.
  • A degree in BBA from a recognized University majoring in finance.
  • Must demonstrate the ability to maintain good working relationships with all the stake holders within the organization and externally.
Applications must be received on or before 30.07.14

Applications enclosing current CV, Certificates and testimonials should be sent to:

P.O. Box 86029-80100
Mombasa

or E-mail: logisticsrecruits@gmail.com

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted


Terms of Reference for the Human Rights, Gender and Key Population Consultant for the Development of the Kenya HIV and Aids Strategic Framework 2014/15 – 2018/19

Location: Nairobi, Kenya
 
Additional Category: National Planning
 
Type of Contract: SSA
 
Languages Required: English
 
Expected Duration of Assignment: 60 days
 
Background: In July 2010, the United Nations General Assembly created UN Women, the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women. UN Women, a dynamic and strong champion for women’s rights and gender equality, provides women and girls with a powerful voice at the global, regional and local levels. 

Grounded in the vision of equality enshrined in the UN Charter, UN Women works for the elimination of discrimination against women and girls; empowerment of women; achievement of equality between women and men as partners and beneficiaries of development, human rights, humanitarian action and peace and security.
 
Kenya has the third largest population of people living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa. 
 
There is a mixed and geographically heterogeneous HIV epidemic with an estimated adult HIV prevalence of 5.6% In 2012, there were approximately 1.2 million people living with HIV.{KIAS preliminary report, 2012c} percent {KIAS preliminary report 2012}

In the 2012 Kenya AIDS Indicator Survey, prevalence among women was found to be higher (6.9%) than for men (4.4%). Overall, women represent 58% of the total number of people living with HIV (NACC and NASCOP, 2012). 


The KMOT 2008 study identified the various drivers of the epidemic which included Injecting Drug Use, Sex work, homosexuality and heterosexual sex among those in stable or casual relationships.
 
Over the years Kenya has invested in interventions to reduce sexual transmission of HIV among these key groups who comprise of young people and women.

According to the KNASP ETR findings, efforts were made towards enhancing access to HIV services by the various population segments such as Key Populations and women with some of the notable achievements being efforts to improve policy and social environment through the development of policies and guidelines. 

The other notable achievement included scaled up services through targeted interventions. These were largely achieved through application of Right Based Approaches.
 
However, the KNASP III ETR did not look at the gender and HIV in detail as it was grouped among other cross cutting issues such as (Key Population) MARPS and Human Rights during the review. Gender still remains one of the monumental challenges to HIV response owing to the deep-rooted gender norms which make it difficult for women and young people to protect themselves from HIV infection, and to negotiate safer sex as revealed by other studies in this area.

The ETR also noted that stakeholders are still concerned with the many structural barriers including the impact of criminalisation, the pervasiveness of stigma and discrimination, retrogressive cultural practices and commonality of violence against MARPs and women which continue to hamper access to HIV services by all the sub-groups of these populations.
 
Human rights and gender inequalities remain a central issue in the HIV and AIDS interventions and are recognized as key structural determinants to HIV vulnerability. It is also acknowledged that Human Rights violation is usually one of the immediate and most probable consequences of HIV infection.
 
Kenya’s commitment to human rights and gender equality in relation to HIV stems from a number of national and international legal instruments. The Constitution of Kenya 2010, particularly chapter four, is the cornerstone and legal basis of incorporating human rights. 

Our legal framework for the protection of human rights is based on laws such as the HIV and AIDS Prevention and Control Act 2006 and The Employment Act. There are also policies and guidelines which have been developed to address the gender inequalities which are yet to be implemented effectively.
 
From the ETR report, the structural issues that continue to affect the country’s HIV response were reemphasized with a major concern that little or no effort had been put in place to ensure that structural issues are well addressed in the HIV response. 

It is from the foregoing that the NACC sought Technical Assistance from UNWOMEN in helping her address this critical component of the HIV response that has continuously been left out in key policies and guidelines geared towards an effective HIV response. 

To support this process, UN Women is seeking the services of a consultant to work on the gender, human rights, disability and key populations within the KASF to support the National AIDS Control Council in developing the Kenya AIDS Strategic Framework 2014/15 – 2018/19.

Objectives of the Consultancy
 
The objectives of the Consultancy is to:
  1. Analyze the information from stakeholders and Task Team on Human Rights, Gender and Key Populations and develop strategies that are responsive in the KASF;
  2. Draft the section of the Strategic Framework for which the Gender, Human Rights and key Population working group is responsible for in the KASF, to the quality acceptable to the Chairs of the Task Teams, the Lead consultant and the NACC. This includes input into the National Plan of Operations and other M & E instruments.
Tasks: Working with the various working groups, the consultant working on gender, human rights and disability will be expected to specifically look at and address the following:
 
(i) Relevance
  • Assess the relevance of KNASP strategic responses to the structural causes of the gendered patterns of HIV prevalence and social injustices in the HIV and AIDS context in Kenya.
(ii) Effectiveness
  • Assess the effectiveness of the previous interventions aimed at addressing gender inequity and human rights violations and propose ways in which this can be mad emore effective in the KASF implementation period.
  • Identify the key gaps, constraints and barriers in mainstreaming these key issues (gender, human rights, disability) across the key intervention areas and strategies in the KASF and its impact on achieving the country’s targets for Universal Access.
  • Propose key strategies/activities across the identified thematic areas in the KASF
(iii) Learning and Innovation
  • Using the recommendations from the KNASP III ETR report, propose recommendations on interventions and strategies that NACC and stakeholders need to make to enhance efficiency in incorporating gender, human rights and addressing PWD and Key populations in the KASF that are in line with the key lessons learnt, challenges, best and bad practises that were noted in the KNASP III implementation period. .
  • dentify what new evidences we have in the area of (gender, Human Rights, Disability, Key Populations) that can be used a sa critical knowledge base contributing to teh game-changing strategies in the response that focus on gender, Human Rights, key Population s, Persons with Disability.
Scope of Work and Deliverables.
 
In Summary, the Consultant working on gender, human rights and disability will be expected to:
  1. Consult stakeholders and review the relevant legal and policy documents including the Kenyan constitution as well as the evidence of emerging best practices, lessons learnt, gaps and key recommendations from the KNASP III and other relevant context to draft broad range of Rights-based and Human Rights issues into the KASF.
  2. Develop a checklist to assist other drafters in ensuring the integration of disability, human rights and gender issues into their sections of the KNASP IV.
  3. Integrate robust Human Rights, Disability and Gender transformative results and strategies into the entire transition plan and KASF.
  4. Provide support and ensure the integration of Human Rights, disability and Gender issues into the documents of the National Plan of Operations (Action Plans), ensuring targets, budgets and evaluation indicators are consistent with the Rights-Based Approach.
  5. Integrate other cross-cutting issues related to MARPS, GIPA and vulnerable groups in need of special focus across all the task forces in the KASF, in the NPO and associated documents (in terms of Gender, Human Rights and Disability
  6. Consolidate the various drafts prepared by the teams in the different task teams and integrate them into the relevant sections of the KASF with the help of the lead consultant.
  7. Provide inputs into the situational analysis to be prepared by in consultation with all the other consultants on gaps and constraints related to human rights, disability, gender and other crosscutting issues causing risk and vulnerability.
  8. Develop a tracking tool (mechanism) for tracking and annual review of the identified results and indicators. This should however be linked to the monitoring and evaluation framework for KASF.
  9. Perform an audit of the consolidated KASF draft to ensure that, disability, gender and human rights issues have been firmly integrated.
  10. Working closely in collaboration with teh KASF costing consultant, propose parameters for costing gender, human rights and disability within KASF.
The key deliverables will be:
  • Detailed Inception Report and work plan – this will be informed by participation in the meetings with the different task forces and task forces on the development of KASF as well as desk reviews
  • Guidelines, templates and tools- relevant for integration of gender, human rights, key populations and disability.
  • Indicators for measuring the proposed results that are responsive to gender and human rights;
  • A policy and programming brief on ‘developing gender transformative HIV frameworks and plans’.
  • Develop a work-plan to present the deliverables to different forums (guidance on this will be provided).
Modalities of work
 
The consultant will:
  • Be administratively responsible to the Director, NACC through the Lead consultant and to UN Women Country Director;
  • Maintain a functional relationship with the Chairs of the Task Teams and other levels of the KASF management structure;
  • Working with technical backing from the Gender Task Force and HIV Specialists at NACC and UN Women to,
  1. Finalized guidelines, templates and tools- to facilitate analysis and integration of gender, human rights and key populations within KASF IV
  2. Identify key results and respective indicators against each of the KASF objectives that will address gaps, constraints and barriers identified in KNASP III reviews on gender, human rights and key populations
  3. Ensure that prioritized results on gender, human rights and key populations are integrated in KASF by negotiation and consultations within Task teams while linking with KASF Taskforce and KASF consultants
  • Utilize agreed upon tools and structure and consolidate information from the Task teams into the agreed structure of the document and present these in a timely manner to the Lead consultant and technical team lead (Head Strategy Development , NACC) ;
  • Report back to the lead consultant and technical team lead on any issues, challenges, delays in delivering the process.
Characteristics of the Consultancy: Type of Consultancy is Individual and the assignment is on a contractual basis that is signed between UN Women and the Iindividual consultant.
 
Timeframe: This assignment will be carried out between July- October 2014 for a period of 60 days. 

The consultant will be expected to report progress to the lead consultant on a weekly basis and the lead reports to the Taskforce Team on the progress of the work of the Human Rights, Gender & Key Ppopulation and Disability consultant after every 2 weeks.

Skills and Experience
  • Advanced degree (Masters) in Social/Political Sciences, Law, Public Health or closely related fields;
  • Minimum 7 years of working experience in Human Rights, Gender, Social accountability, MARPs in HIV and AIDS at the national and/or international levels.
  • Proven experience in creating National HIV and AIDS Strategic Frameworks/Plans through the consultative process including donors, UN agencies, government agencies, and civil society organizations.
  • Undertaken at least 3 similar assignments at national and/or international level.
  • Demonstrated a clear understanding of the Kenyan constitutional requirements as relates to the health sector service delivery
  • Demonstrated understanding of HIV and AIDS programming and other related programmes such as Tuberculosis in Kenya.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
Interested and qualified applicants should submit their applications through the email address - consultancies.eharo@unwomen.org on or before 15 July 2014 with the following subject line: Gender KP Consultant.

Sales and Marketing Executive (1 position)

Job Details

Reference: Sp/Sa005
Posted: 9th July, 2014

Location: Karen, Nairobi
Company: Spez Limited

Sector: Catering and Bakery
Type: Employer (Private Sector)

Job Level: Non-Management
Starting Date: Early-August

Employment Status: Fixed Term Contract
Monthly Salary: Ksh 30,000 Plus commission

About

Spez Limited offers Outside Catering for corporate and private functions and through its subsidiary company (The Missing Slice) it specializes in the design and creation of unique and delicious cakes and pastries for all occasions.

Job Summary

The Sales and Marketing Executive primary objective is to deliver a sustained competitive edge of our brands (Spez Ltd and The Missing Slice) at the point of purchase for customers assigned to him/her. The Executive will play an integral role in using a team approach across all functional areas to develop further business results and secure profitable growth per assigned category and per customer.

Job Description
  • Maximize Sales revenue through the development and allocation of sales targets and the monitoring of sales performance against the sales targets. This will be done in close consultation with the General Manager
  • Establish, manage and maintain positive commercial relationships with agencies, event planners and both corporate and private clients directly in order to generate income and profits for the department
  • Ensure that customer satisfaction is the key driver for all sales initiatives and strategies
  • Ensure a high level of exposure both within the corporate and private client sector through direct sales solicitation, telephone contacts and written communications
  • Responsible for all accounts under your management
  • To achieve daily targeted level of telemarketing calls (10 telephone calls per day is the minimum standard)
  • Promoting Spez products actively in the target market and maximizing on upselling opportunities for the TMS
  • Analyze client needs and offer appropriate products and services
  • Responsible for distributing statement of accounts to both the client and accounts department; necessary follow up and collection of payments due from the clients as per their credit terms with proof of receipt
  • Actively add additional business to assigned client portfolios
  • Display creativity in submitting tailored promotional marketing activities
  • Provide input in menu decisions with the assistance of the Head Chef
  • Work collaboratively with the General Manager to ensure sales efforts are coordinated, complementary and not duplicative
  • Identify, qualify and solicit new catering business to achieve monthly revenue goals
  • Use negotiating skills and creative selling abilities to close on corporate business and negotiate contracts
  • Work with the General Manager to create and implement a catering sales plan addressing revenue, customers and market
  • Maximize revenue by up-selling packages and creative food and beverage offerings
  • Assist with selling, implementation and follow-through of catering promotions
  • Understands the overall market (e.g., competitors’ strengths and weaknesses, economic trends, supply and demand etc.) in order to sell effectively against the competition
  • Communicates trends, opportunities, and market changes to appropriate parties, as needed
  • Preparing sales contract terms as per clients’ needs and discussing the same to customer’s satisfaction after necessary approval
  • Preparing accurate and timely quotations as per the client’s needs
  • Market the brand and the Company's experience to increase Good will in the Industry
  • Performs other duties, as assigned, to meet business needs
Competencies
  • Must understand the catering, bakery and hospitality industry
  • Passion for good food and quality service
  • A self-motivated individual who is committed, hardworking and shows enthusiasm
  • An individual who is driven to achieve objectives and succeed
  • Excellent presentation and negotiation skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Able to establish and maintain relationships with people at all levels
  • Ability to solve problems
  • Strong business development and planning skill
  • Outgoing, friendly personality
  • Ability to think creatively
  • Ability to take ownership of a situation to resolve problems
  • The ability to demonstrate an understanding of client’s requirement
  • Must be enthusiastic and results orientated with high energy and drive
  • General appearance – well maintained and very presentable
  • Must be comfortable making dozens of product presentations, generating interest and qualifying sales prospects
  • Ability to understand customer needs and handle different types of personalities
  • Ability to persuade and influence customer to make sales
Qualifications and Experience
  • Ideally with a relevant degree or diploma in Hospitality/ Sales and Marketing
  • Minimum 2-3 Years catering/events/hospitality/ sales experience with an excellent track record
  • Computer literacy – MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Internet
  • Must be entrepreneurship focused and able to work closely with a young SME aiming at attainment of success of the company
  • Business-to-business sales experience through which the following key success factors have been developed: sales skills, communication, influence & negotiation, problem solving, and planning & organizing skills
How to apply

Kindly email admin@spez.co.ke ; cc Irene, a half page document highlighting how your past experience would be suitable for the role and meets the above requirements, your curriculum-vitae, full size colored picture and provide 3 referees with contact details, who should be previous work associates of a supervisory role. 

Quote the reference number on the subject email and position being applied for. Submissions will be received up until 18th July, 2014, 1700Hrs. Successful candidates will be contacted the week of 21st July, 2014.

We thank you for your interest in Spez Limited
Arabic Speaking - Sales Representative

Our client is a well established market leader in the FMCG industry is for Area Sales Representative is accountable for the sales activities in the respective geographic area to ensure maximum market penetration. He/she will be dedicated to meeting or exceeding sales objectives.

Location: Nairobi

Duties:
  • Maintain and increase sales of CIL Brands and SKU’s.
  • Reach and exceed the targets and goals set for his/her geographic area.
  • Establish, maintain and expand customer base.
  • Service the needs of existing customers
  • Increase business through various routes to market.
  • Developing sales strategies to deliver superior sales results.
  • Keep up to date with competitive activities and prepare reports for management.
  • Direct activities related to routing and tracking of sales vehicles.
  • Monitor spending to ensure that expenses are consistent within approved budgets.
  • Analyze data to monitor performance and plan improvement and demand.
  • Keep management informed by reviewing, analyzing and writing special reports; summarizing information and identifying trends.
Required:
  • A minimum of 5 years FMCG industry experience
  • Bachelor degree in sales and marketing.
  • Must be fluent in Arabic
  • The ability to work logically and systematically, with good time management.
  • Problem solving and decision making skills plus the ability to think laterally while also offering creative solutions.
  • Commercial awareness and some numeracy skills.
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
  • Negotiation and analytical skills.
Monthly gross Salary: Ksh 70,000 - 100,000 depending on experience
Deadline: 10th July 2014

Applications:

To send your up to date CV and cover letter to application@summitrecruitment-kenya.com 

Only short listed candidates will be contacted. 
Please indicate in your email which position you are interested in. 
Only candidates stating current salary will be considered.

please do not apply if you do not meet the requirements of the job
Key Accounts Executive – Arabic Speaking

Our client, a prominent, well established market leader in the FMCG industry is looking to fill the position of a key Accounts Executive. 

The successful candidate MUST be able to speak Arabic.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Lead a team of merchandisers & team leaders to exceeding sales objectives.
  • Reach and exceed the turnover targets and goals set for his/her accounts.
  • Maintain and increase product listings and shelf share of the company’s Brands & SKU’s.
  • Plan and execute pre-decided promotional campaigns as per calendar.
  • Set turnover targets and Monitor individual Team Leader & Merchandiser performance and put measures for continuous improvement.
  • Set and monitor daily route and visit plan for each merchandiser and team leader
  • Monitor and document team leader & merchandiser qualitative aspects of shelf store management such as stocking, display, pricing accuracy, promotional display, and shelf space allocation and competition feedback.
  • Keep up to date with Competitive activities and prepare related management reports.
  • Coordinate and control order cycles.
Qualification: 
  • Must have 5yrs FMCG Industry experience in a middle level position is a prerequisite.
  • A bachelors degree in Sales/Marketing will be added advantage.
  • Must have commercial awareness and strong numeracy skills.
  • Must have strong MS excel and report writing skills.
  • Must have strong negotiation and analytical skills.
Monthly gross salary: Ksh.134,000 /= (Approx. 1,576USD).
Deadline: 25th July 2014   

Applications:

Send your up to date CV to:  hr@summitrecruitment-kenya.com

Only short listed candidates will be contacted. 

Please indicate in your email which position you are interested in.

Please do not apply if you do not meet the requirements of the job

Sales Agents

AAR Insurance Kenya Ltd 

Location: Eldoret, Saito Centre-Mezzanine Floor.

We are looking for energetic, aggressive, talented, creative and innovative team players excited about an opportunity to grow their sales careers in one of the leading insurance companies in the region.

Key requirements
  • Education: College Graduates are preferred and Professional training will also be considered
  • Excellent communication skills-Presentation skills
  • Well groomed and presentable
  • Must be ambitious and focused to succeed in sales career under minimum supervision
  • Experience in Sales and Marketing will be an added advantage.
Note: Residence of Kitale ,Eldoret and its environs  are encouraged to apply…!!!

Remuneration: Generous commission based incentives

If  you’re a “Go-getter” and interested, please forward your CV and application letter to emuse@aar.co.ke or address it to The Unit Manager- North Rift Branch-Eldoret.

Closing Date:  18/07/2014.

Data Entry Specialists
  
Location:
 Nairobi

Contract Details: Temporary 

Our client, a Business Process Outsourcing Firm in Kenya is looking for Data Entry Specialists.

Candidates applying must have a minimum typing speed of 50 Words per Minute (50W.p.M) and be ready to start work immediately.

Qualifications and Competence
  • Good computer keyboard skills-Typing speed over 50 Words per Minute.
  • Committed, focused and determined to succeed in life
  • 20-27 years only.
  • Ability to work under pressure.
Kindly call 0716 267044 between 12:00pm-4:00pm today (9th July, 2014) to book for an interview slot.


Our client is an IT Company offering IT Services and Solutions.The company is currently recruiting  Sales Executives.

Job Description: The main role of the Sales Executive is to build business by identifying and selling prospects; increasing revenue and maintaining relationships with clients.

Key Responsibilities
  • Identifies business opportunities by identifying prospects and evaluating their position in the industry; researching and analyzing sales options.
  • Sells Company products by establishing contact and developing relationships with prospects; recommending solutions.
  • Maintains relationships with clients by providing support, information, and guidance; researching and recommending new opportunities; recommending profit and service improvements.
  • Identifies product improvements or new products by remaining current on industry trends, market activities, and competitors.
  • Prepares reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information.
  • Maintains quality service by establishing and enforcing organization standards.
  • Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; benchmarking state-of-the-art practices; participating in professional societies.
  • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
Skills and Qualifications
  • Excellent communication and people skills
  • Good client relations and negotiation skills
  • Good prospecting and sales planning skills,
  • Ability to meet Sales Goals
  • Independent and Self Motivated
  • Strong presentation skills at all levels of client organizations.
  • High energy levels
Requirements
  • A business related University degree with bias in marketing and sales or Diploma in sales  and marketing from a recognized institution.
  • Minimum 2 years experience in an ICT environment in selling software, internet, mobile application or web products
  • Computer literacy in using Windows, Microsoft Office, PowerPoint Etc.
Salary: 20,000 Plus Commissions..

If you feel you fit the above role, please send your CV to jobs@alternatedoors.co.ke

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