Finance Manager

Industry:
 NGO
 
Location: Nairobi
 
Salary: $900 - $1000

Our Client, an international, non-sectarian organization which promotes an innovative value-based approach to peace building is seeking to recruit a Finance Manager who will be responsible for ensuring effective financial management and compliance for the company’s programmes in Kenya.

Duties and Responsibilities
  • Responsible for ensuring effective financial management and compliance for all supported programmes in Kenya. 
  • Develop and manage financial processes related to the company programmes;
  • Manage the financial reporting and audit requirements to ensure that internal and donor requirements are met, this will include the preparation of financial statements, budget narratives and funds requests. 
  • Develop and deliver financial training for local staff and partners
  • Undertake financial risk assessments in relation to the work supported by the company
  • Ensuring the existence of strategic plans for the long-term sustainability of the various business units.
  • Ensuring relevant controls, checks and balances are operational at all times to safeguard the assets of the organization.
  • Ensuring the existence of relevant assets for the proper functioning of the organization
  • Budget monitoring including production of monthly management accounts
Skills and Qualifications
  • Holder of a  Degree in Finance and Accounting
  • Diploma/Degree in a Business related field.
  • At least 5 years of experience in the field.
  • CPA(K)/ACCA Holder
  • Excellent technical skills and communication skills
  • Advanced knowledge of computerized accounting systems, preferably QuickBooks.
  • Applicants should have strong analytical, reporting, presentation and facilitation skills
  • Ability to be self-managing and work as part of a team. 
To apply, send your CV and a one page cover letter, explaining how your skills and experience apply to this role to cvs@flexi-personnel.com before Friday 26th September 2014.

Clearly indicate the position applied for and your minimum salary expectation on the subject line.

Only successful candidates will be contacted for an interview

Christian Blind Mission (CBM) is an international Christian development organization, committed to improving the quality of life of people with disabilities and those at risk of disability in the poorest communities of the world. 

We are looking to recruit a Child Safeguarding Officer for our East Africa Regional Office based in Nairobi.

Persons with Disabilities are encouraged to Apply

Job Purpose: This position exists for the institutional strengthening of CBM’s Partner capacity, systems and processes in child safeguarding to ensure the safety and security of children under their care; through risk, strengths, needs assessment and consequent development of standards to keep children safe and promote their welfare within the institution.
 
Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Lead teams in the development & delivery of training on institutional child safeguarding based on internationally recognized child safeguarding standards and CBM’s Child Safeguarding Policy.
  • Oversee the development and monitor the implementation of the relevant policies, documentation and procedures to ensure they are adhered to, remain current and fit for purpose.
  • Undertake field visits to CBM supported projects and Partners to give support to activities being implemented in line with their safeguarding action plans and the project/programme plans; analyze and evaluate data and/or make recommendations for improvement where necessary, to align and meet programme/project objectives.
  • In liaison with other agencies, to provide technical expertise on the inclusion, harmonization and championing the needs of children with disabilities.
  • Carryout joint planning, training and monitoring to ensure there are quality assurance mechanisms in place in all direct CBM partner organizations for the safeguarding of children.
  • Promote and document good practice by encouraging and championing child sensitive policies and procedures
  • Establish a monitoring system that facilitates the monitoring of achievement of outputs and outcomes set out for CBM.
  • Document processes, drafts narrative learning and financial reports in line with donor requirements of CBM.
Required qualifications and experience:
  • University degree in the social sciences or in child development.
  • Minimum two years relevant professional work experience in project management in the development sector preferably implementing child protection or safeguarding programs.
  • Good understanding of international, regional and national child protection frameworks and international safeguarding standards.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English.
  • Excellent management and coordination skills
  • Excellent documentation and reporting skills
  • Willingness to travel extensively within the East African region.
The future job holder adheres to CBM’s values and commits to CBM’s Child Safeguarding Policy.
 
How to Apply:

Application Procedures: Applicants should email their applications attaching a detailed curriculum vitae (including current and expected salary) and an application letter indicating why they are interested in and qualified for the position and the names of three referees who can provide confidential assessment of their capabilities. 

All communications relating to applications for this position should be addressed to:

The Human Resources Manager - email:recruit@cbmi-nbo.org.

Applications must be received by 3rd October 2014.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted

Sales Representative

Industry: IT

Location: Nairobi

Salary: Ksh 40,000 plus commission

Our client is leading service - oriented security solution provider that responds to the needs of both corporate and individual clients.

They seek to hire a sales representative whose main role for the position is to ensure clients are taken through the sales process in a timely fashion, receivables are collected on time and customers are satisfied by providing adequate service.

Duties & Responsibilities
  • Ability to work with deadlines and achieve set targets
  • Obtain orders and establish new accounts
  • Customize sales presentation to suit client requirements
  • Ensure required documentation is provided by the client at point of sale
  • Weekly reporting of sales activity
  • Establish competitive strategy
  • Recommend changes in products, services and policies
  • Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed
  • Maintain our high standards for customer care and service
  • Going above & beyond Assist customers’ with product selection, purchase, and warranties
  • Provide excellent follow-up and follow-through
Qualification & Skills
  • At least a Diploma in Sales and marketing
  • 2-4 years of sales experience. Candidates with experience in direct selling preferred
  • ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System experience shall be an added advantage
  • Proven track-record of meeting revenue/ collection targets
  • Strong team player, able to work without supervision
  • Pleasant, enthusiastic and persuasive,
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Hard working, diligent and punctual
  • Able to connect with people and obtain their trust and respect
Age: 27 - 35

If you are up to the challenge, posses the necessary qualification and experience, please send your CV only quoting the job title on the email subject (Sales Representative-40,000 plus commission) to vacancies@corporatestaffing.co.ke before 29th  September, 2014

Kindly indicate current/last salary on your CV

N.B: We do not charge any fee for receiving your CV or for interviewing

Only candidates short-listed for interview will be contacted.
Data Manager - Humanitarian Data Exchange, Data Lab 

Position Type:
 Consultant 
 
Duration: 3-6 months
 
Location: Nairobi, Kenya 
 
Date: as soon as possible

Background: The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has created a new humanitarian data platform – the Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). The goal of HDX is to make humanitarian data easy to find and use for analysis. 
The platform will include three technical components: a dataset repository for sharing data from across the community; data visualization and analysis functionality to compare indicators across countries and crises; and standards for the exchange of humanitarian operational data (the Humanitarian Exchange Language or HXL). HDX is being piloted in Colombia and Kenya in 2014. 

As part of its roll out in Kenya, the HDX team will be establishing a Data Lab in Nairobi. 


The Data Lab will serve as a front line, in-person service to the HDX platform and create a neutral, physical space for humanitarian partners, government officials, technologists, universities, and international stakeholders to collaborate on all things data. 

Data services will include data extraction, cleaning, storage, analysis and visualization. 

The Lab will also provide the opportunity to find new ways of working together on humanitarian data.  

Nairobi was chosen as the initial location for the Data Lab because it is a regional setting that is often dealing with multiple emergencies. 

We also wanted to explore the relationship between data and resilience in a region that has persistent drought and food insecurity. As we get established, we hope to benefit from the experience of local innovators involved in the local tech scene. 

The HDX Data Lab requires an experienced Data Manager to collaborate with data partners.  

The consultant will be part of the HDX Data Lab team which will include a Lab Manager and a Data Analyst. 

The Data Lab team will be expected to work closely with staff from the OCHA regional office, based in Nairobi, and with the global HDX team. 

Reporting Relationships: The consultant will report to the Lab Manager with oversight from the Statistician and Analytical Lead of the Humanitarian Data Exchange project who is based in New York.
 
Accountabilities  

Within the limits of delegated authority, the consultant will be responsible for the following:
  • Work with partner organizations to support their data management processes.
  • Advise partners on the use of data extraction processes for their data systems; develop scripts and APIs for data transferring when appropriate.
  • Monitor the use of HDX by partners in the region and undertake outreach to bring new organizations into the HDX community.
  • Ensure data freshness of region-specific data in HDX
  • Promote the use of shared data and interoperability standards within partner spreadsheets and systems using the Humanitarian Exchange Language (HXL).
  • Manage and distribute standard reference data, including taxonomies, code lists, and geodata.
  • Clean the common operational datasets for countries in the Eastern Africa region and move the cleaned files into the HDX platform.
  • Work with non-traditional data sources (telcos, social media) to see what data can be used to inform humanitarian decision making.
  • Take part in HDX project team meetings as required.
Deliverables
  • Cleaned partner data and logical processes for sharing data with HDX.
  • Agreements with data providers for sharing data with the HDX platform.
  • Ongoing curation of data into the HDX analytical database.
  • Cleaned common operational datasets for countries in the region.
  • The use of HXL in partner spreadsheets or systems.
Qualifications 

Education:  First level university degree in computer science, information management, information technology, or related field.

Experience: At least five years of professional work experience with managing data systems. Proven experience in database programming. 

Demonstrated experience in technical communication.  Experience with the following a plus: the Java and Python programming languages, relational databases, the CKAN open-data portal.

Language:  Fluency in English is required (both oral and written). Knowledge of another UN official language is an advantage.   

Send CVs to Mark Slezak at slezak@un.org and Javier Teran at teran1@un.org with a copy to hdx@un.org.

Lab Manager - Humanitarian Data Exchange - Data Lab

Position Type: 
Consultant 
 
Duration: 3-6 months
 
Location: Nairobi, Kenya
 
Date: as soon as possible 

Background: The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has created a new humanitarian data platform – the Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). The goal of HDX is to make humanitarian data easy to find and use for analysis. 
The platform will include three technical components: a dataset repository for sharing data from across the community; data visualization and analysis functionality to compare indicators across countries and crises; and standards for the exchange of humanitarian operational data (the Humanitarian Exchange Language or HXL). 

HDX is being piloted in Colombia and Kenya in 2014. 

As part of its roll out in Kenya, the HDX team will be establishing a Data Lab in Nairobi. 

The Data Lab will serve as a front line, in-person service to the HDX platform and create a neutral, physical space for humanitarian partners, government officials, technologists, universities, and international stakeholders to collaborate on all things data.

Data services will include data extraction, cleaning, storage, analysis and visualization. 

The Lab will also provide the opportunity to find new ways of working together on humanitarian data.  

Nairobi was chosen as the initial location for the Data Lab because it is a regional setting that is often dealing with multiple emergencies. 

We also wanted to explore the relationship between data and resilience in a region that has persistent drought and food insecurity. As we get established, we hope to benefit from the experience of local innovators involved in the local tech scene. 

The HDX Data Lab requires an experienced Data Manager to collaborate with data partners.  

The consultant will be part of the HDX Data Lab team which will include a Lab Manager and a Data Analyst. 

The Data Lab team will be expected to work closely with staff from the OCHA regional office, based in Nairobi, and with the global HDX team. 

Reporting Lines: The consultant will report to the Project Manager of the Humanitarian Data Exchange project in New York. 

Accountabilities
  1. Oversee all aspects of the Nairobi Data Lab including operational (staffing, resource allocation, office logistics) and programmatic elements (community building and outreach, partner services, representation, data management/analysis, and user experience research).
  2. Support the hiring process of local lab staff in close coordination with the OCHA Regional Office in Nairobi. 
  3. Research, recommend, and secure a physical office space(s) for the Data Lab and oversee the set up of that space.
  4. Maintain rigorous financial records and contribute to donor reporting for the Data Lab grant; write blogs and other communications material as needed.  
  5. Define the services for the humanitarian community to be offered by the Data Lab based on an understanding of the needs of humanitarian partners with a focus on innovation and collaboration. Conduct formal and informal outreach to the humanitarian community to promote these services. Develop partnerships and identify useful networks for Data Lab staff to cultivate.
  6. Offer training and events through the Data Lab aimed at increasing the data capacity and connectedness of the humanitarian community; host innovation and research projects within the physical lab.
  7. Support the creation of a virtual Data Lab through the HDX platform to promote projects and connect collaborators.
  8. Represent the HDX project in high level meetings, trainings, workshops, hackathons and conferences; communicate the goals of the Data Lab and the HDX platform to a variety of audiences.
  9. Develop a user experience component to test country, regional, and crisis specific pages and features. Provide feedback on user experience elements to the HDX project team on the specific needs of local users.
  10. Take part in HDX project team meetings as required.
Deliverables
  • Well-functioning HDX Data Lab in Nairobi.
  • Hiring and management of local staff.
  • Clear understanding by partners of the work of the Data Lab and the services it provides.
Qualifications 

Education:  First level university degree in business development, management, information management, information technology, or related field.

Experience: At least five years of professional work experience with business development, project management and innovation projects. Demonstrated experience in staff management and communication. Humanitarian or tech experience a plus.

Language:  Fluency in English is required (both oral and written). Knowledge of another UN official language is an advantage.  

Send CVs to Mark Slezak at slezak@un.org with a copy to hdx@un.org.


Vacancy: Data Analyst Consultant - Humanitarian Data Exchange, Data Lab
 
Duration: 3-6 months
 
Date of Entry: as soon as possible 
 
Location: Nairobi, Kenya 

Background: The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has created a new humanitarian data platform – the Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX). The goal of HDX is to make humanitarian data easy to find and use for analysis. 
 
The HDX platform includes three technical components: a dataset repository for sharing data from across the community; data visualization and analysis functionality to compare indicators across countries and crises; and standards for the exchange of humanitarian operational data (the Humanitarian Exchange Language or HXL). HDX is being piloted in Colombia and Kenya in 2014. 
 

As part of its roll out in Kenya, the HDX team will be establishing a Data Lab in Nairobi. 

The Data Lab will serve as a front line, in-person service to the HDX platform and create a neutral, physical space for humanitarian partners, government officials, technologists, universities, and international stakeholders to collaborate on all things data. 

Data services will include data extraction, cleaning, storage, analysis and visualization. 

The Lab will also provide the opportunity to find new ways of working together on humanitarian data. 

Nairobi was chosen as the initial location for a Data Lab because it is a regional setting that is often dealing with multiple emergencies. 

We also want to explore the relationship between data and resilience in a region that has persistent drought and food insecurity.

As we get established, we hope to benefit from the experience of local innovators involved in the local tech scene. 
 
The HDX Data Lab requires an experienced Data Analyst to collaborate with data partners. 

The consultant will be part of the HDX Data Lab team that will include a Lab Manager and a Data Analyst. 

The Data Lab team will be expected to work closely with staff from the OCHA regional office, based in Nairobi, and with the global HDX team.

Reporting Relationships: The consultant will report to the Lab Manager with oversight from the Statistician and Analytical Lead of the Humanitarian Data Exchange project who is based in New York.

Accountabilities 
  • Within the limits of delegated authority, the consultant will be responsible for the following:
  • Work closely with staff from partner organizations to prioritize business and information needs for the purpose of conducting analysis.
  • Organize, design and carry out the evaluation and analysis of Eastern Africa-specific data sets through meaningful statistical techniques.
  • Understand, document, and ensure the quality of high-value humanitarian data for accuracy, consistency and comparability within Kenya and across the region, where applicable.
  • Participate in the development, implementation, and management of new indicators, together with its accompanying data, to be included in a Common Humanitarian Dataset.
  • Advise on methodologies for key humanitarian indicators such as the ‘number of people affected’ and the ‘number of people in need of assistance’ and their application and use in humanitarian crises in Eastern Africa.
  • Make recommendations, as needed, on the data visualization and analytic functionality of local systems and their relationship to the HDX platform.
  • Develop ad hoc analysis on demand for partner organizations.
  • Take part in HDX project team meetings as required.
Deliverables
  • Clean and validated high-value datasets produced by the humanitarian community.
  • Data visualizations and analysis of regional data, using both print and web technologies, conveying key insights for use by partner organizations and within the HDX platform.
  • Oversight and curation of data analytics for the relevant pages (e.g. country, region, crisis, or topic) in the HDX platform.
Qualifications 

Education:  A first level university degree in statistics, mathematics, economics, computer science or related field is required. 

Experience:
  • A minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in the collection, compilation, analysis and dissemination of statistical data or related area. 
  • Proven experience of statistical software to analyze and evaluate complex data is required (e.g. SPSS, SAS, STATA). 
  • Knowledge of geographic (GIS) data, its analytical procedures and software is a plus. 
  • Knowledge of statistical programming languages (e.g. R, Python / NumPy) is a plus. 
  • Knowledge of web-development technologies is a plus (e.g. JavaScript, HTML, CSS). 
  • Experience with humanitarian data and indicators desirable.
Language:  Fluency in English is required (both oral and written). 

Send CVs to Mark Slezak at slezak@un.org and Javier Teran at teran1@un.org with a copy to hdx@un.org.
Toyota Kenya Limited which has a long and trusted heritage in Kenya, is part of the Global Toyota Group, comprising of Toyota Tsusho Corporation (TTC) which owns 100 % of Toyota Kenya Limited.
 
Toyota Kenya Limited is the sole distributor of Toyota, Yamaha and Hino brands in Kenya. In 2001 Toyota Motor Corporation acquired a majority ownership of Hino Motors Ltd. Committing to a vision of global leadership in superior performing heavy and medium-duty truck market. 

Toyota Kenya Limited launched the assembly of Hino trucks in February 2013, with the first Hino truck and bus rolling off the plant in Changamwe.

We are looking to recruit dynamic, competent and self managed individuals to fill the position of Sales Executives.
 

Sales Executives, Hino Division 

3 Positions
 
Location: Nairobi and Eldoret
 
Job Summary: The Sales Executive will be responsible for meeting the truck and buses sales targets in various regions they will be based in, resulting in increased market share and visibility of the brand in the market.

Key Responsibilities
  • Conduct regular field visits to prospect and generate sales
  • Market research and analysis
  • Actively follow up on new leads and referrals
  • Follow through the sales process for truck and buses sales order
  • Timely preparation of quotations and accurate sales reports
  • Regularly updating customers on sales order progress, respond and resolve customer queries in a timely manner to ensure customer satisfaction and retention
  • Actively participate in promotional activities to market the company’s products and services whilst coordinating customers training to increase customer service delivery
Competencies and Skills
  • Excellent knowledge in trucks & buses
  • Excellent Customer Service skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Pleasant and outgoing personality
  • Strong negotiating and influencing skills
  • Excellent presentation and communication skills
  • A team player with a go-getter attitude
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet sales targets
  • Competent driver with a clean driving licence
Minimum Qualification
  • Diploma in a business related field preferably in Sales and Marketing or Technical diploma with sales/administration experience
  • 2 years experience in a similar role in a large organization
  • Technical background will be an added advantage
If you believe you are the right candidate for the above positions and can clearly demonstrate you meet the criteria, please submit your curriculum vitae together with a cover letter illustrating your suitability for the position against the listed qualifications and competencies.

Applications should be sent to: applications@toyotakenya.com by 30th September 2014.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. 

Any form of canvasing will lead to disqualification.

A leading Sports Club in Mombasa is looking for qualified persons of Kenyan nationality to fill the following positions:
 
Food & Beverage Manager
 
Reporting to the Club Manager, the prospective candidates must possess the following:
  • Diploma in Food and Beverage service from a recognized institution
  • At least 5 years’ experience having worked in a busy set up in a similar position with minimum supervision.
  • Have excellent skills in food and beverage controls
  • Possess strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Have the ability to supervise personnel
Chef

  • A Diploma in food production from a recognized institution.
  • Well trained in at least 3 cuisines: continental, oriental and local.
  • Minimum of 3 years experience in a busy restaurant.
  • Excellent skills in food cost control
Cooks
  • Diploma/ Certificate in Culinary/Catering/Hospitality/Food and Beverage from a recognized institution
  • 3 years experienced in cooking different cuisines in a busy restaurant/ kitchen
  • Ability to prepare all foods in accordance with standard recipes.
IT Technical Support / Assistant Accountant
  • Advanced Diploma in Information Technology
  • Configuring IT Systems ie, servers, networks etc
  • Undertaking System repairs, ie computers, printers etc
  • Ability to perform system administration tasks including required upgrades & integration.
  • Experience in a hospitality set up will be an added advantage.
  • Knowledge of Quickbooks
Interested candidates are required to submit their application letters complete with detailed CV with at least 2 referees and copies of relevant documents quoting the position title on the subject line to:

Advert No.
C/O Poste Restante
Mombasa - 80100

To reach us on or before 2nd October 2014.
Republic Of Kenya
The Presidency
Ministry of Devolution and Planning

and 

UN Women

Terms of Reference for Consultancy for the He for She Campaign
 
1.0 Background
 
HeForShe is UN Women’s global campaign to engage men and boys as advocates and agents of change for the achievement of gender equality and women’s rights. The campaign encourages them to speak out and take action against inequalities faced by women and girls.
 
UN Women in partnership with the Ministry of Devolution and Planning through the Directorate of Gender are  planning   for a public mobilization campaign in the context of the 20th anniversary of the 1995, Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China. 
 
Globally, the campaign started in May 2014 and is gradually building momentum into next 2015, The campaign is running under the title: “Empowering Women – Empowering Humanity:  Picture It!” and engages a wide range of constituencies on the Beijing Conference’s overall theme of women’s empowerment and gender equality. 

The campaign is punctuated by a large-scale celebration in March 2015 during the Commission on the Status of Women and culminates in a high-level event at the UN General Assembly in 2015. 

It will be positioned to inform and guide the post-2015 agenda as a forward-looking development blueprint which stresses the central importance of ensuring women’s rights, empowerment and gender equality.            
 
Unified under a newly developed visual brand, the campaign will provide opportunities for a younger generation of activists as well as constituencies already invested in the process to become involved. The  services of two consultants will be required to manage the campaign; Public relations consultant and Event consultant.

2.0 Aim and Objectives:
 
The overall goal of the campaign is to spread awareness and spark action on the responsibility that men and boys have in eliminating all forms of discrimination and violence against women and girls.

3.0 Scope of Work
 
Under the guidance of UN Women and the Gender Directorate the Consultants will work together to:
  1. Identify and propose HeforShe male ambassadors/role models across all society sectors and develop key messages with them to stand up for gender equality
  2. Draw a campaign strategy for 12 months with monthly highlights following the global HeForShe campaign calendar
  3. Implement the 12 months HeForShe campaign in Kenya after approval by UN WOMEN and the Gender Directorate
  4. Produce and coordinate publicity of the campaign materials and activities
  5. Effectively and efficiently manage the two main events: pre and the launch of Heforshe campaign
  6. Manage media relations
  7. Monitoring and evaluation of the activities
The Tasks

In consultation with the UN Women and the Gender Directorate, the public relations consultant and Event consultant will be expected to:
  1. Analyze the public environment and draw a communications strategy for the Heforshe campaign.
  2. Identify and  engage HeforShe ambassadors from the societal segments and together  develop the key messages with them to be disseminated to the respective key audiences
  3. Produce and coordinate publicity content. This include; Invite media, develop media materials, coordinate media interviews, produce video and photography and coordinate with production house for quality and uniform materials in line with UN Women and Government branding guidelines
  4. Media relations; media mobilization, media interviews coordination, preparation of press kit, and following up with media to make sure HeForShes stories have been published
  5. Development of TV feature, infomercials and Radio messages and coordinate with the media houses on airing them
  6. Developing online media messages to engage the public
  7. HeforShe branding; developing creative materials for the campaign
  8. Events management; Guest invitations and branding of the venue
  9. Develop indicators to monitor the campaign weekly
  10. Provide a detailed budget for the whole campaign
4.0 Output – Deliverables
 
The Consultants shall provide:-
  • A campaign strategy within two weeks after commencement of the assignment.
  • Draft indicators to assess  involvement of target audience 
  • Monthly progress report, Final Report (narrative and financial report) not later than 2 weeks after the completion of the assignment
  • 1 pre-launch and one launch event organized
  • A minimum of 36 male ambassadors identified and signed up for the campaign
5.0 Time Schedule
 
The assignment is for a period of 100 days. Commencing September 2014 to December 2014.
 
6.0 Key Performance Indicators
 
The consultants will provide monthly reports, end of assignment narrative and financial report. 
 
Monitoring and Evaluation: Campaign Overall Metrics

 (Frequency: Once Per Month)

Indicator
Tracking Method

Social Media Mentions

-          Number of HeForShe hashtags generated in Kenya country
Online Conversations

-          HeForShe conversations hosted digitally through medium such as google hangouts, tweetathon(is an online event on Twitter where Tweeters focus all of their tweets on a particular issue, 12 critical areas. And any other social and website discussion platform
-          Number of online participants (m/f)
HeForShe Events
-          Number of organized HeForShe events including both standalone or panel discussions as part of other existing events
-          Number of event participants (m/f)
Media
-          Number of TV ads, Radio messages and billboards at national and devolved levels
-          Images
-          Video
-          Articles/blog post entries => where mention on what sites
Media Interviews
-          Number of media interviews facilitated with Kenya media.
Impact Stories
-          Number ofHeForShe impact stories generated
Partnerships
-          Number of new partnerships  formed in support of the HeForShe campaign
Resource Mobilization

-          Amount of funds raised to support the KenyaHeForShe campaign
-          Amount of additional funds contributed to the GoK and/or UN Women


7.0. Evaluation Criteria:

7.1 The Consultants
 
The Consultancy will consist of two consultants. 

The the public relations consultant and Events consultant should at the minimum have a Master’s Degree in public relations and have at least 10 years’ experience in the field of public relations, media relations, event management and must have demonstrable extensive experience in undertaking similar work. 

In addition to this the applicant should have:-
  • Outstanding Interpersonal, analytical and communication skills required to communicate the campaign agenda.
  • Experience and skills in transfer of knowledge
  • Outstanding report writing skills
  • Ability to follow deadlines, accuracy and attention to detail
  • A high level of literacy and proficient in written and spoken English and Kiswahili and demonstrable capacity to work with diverse stakeholders-including Government of Kenya officials.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills required to meet deadlines.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • A high level of Competence in Information Technology (IT).
8.0 Timeline 

Duration: The consultant will work for 100 days from September 2014 to December 2014.
 
Timelines for the consultant


Activities
No. of Days
Qty
Total Days
Delivery Schedule 2014
Responsible Party
Remarks
1.     Briefing meetings

5
1
5
September 2014
Gender Directorate/ UN Women
Deliverables and timelines to be agreed upon
2.     Whole year communications strategy presentation
10
1
10
September, 2014
UN Women

Gender Director
Common understanding by Consultant and technical team on the understanding of deliverables
3.     Submit Pre launch strategy
10
1
10
October 2014
Consultant & Technical Team
 Gender Directorate

UN Women
4.     Submit the pre-launch report
10
1
10
September 2014
Consultant & Technical Team
As Above
5.     Present the main launch strategy
10
1
10
September 2014
Consultant & technical team
As Above
6.     Monthly visibility reports submission
10
1
10
Sept, Oct, Nov and Dec2014
Consultant & technical team
As Above
7.     25th November launch-linking with 16 days and Great lakes
20
1
20
November2014
Consultant & technical team
As Above
8.    Launch report
15
1
15
November 2014
Consultant & technical team
As above
9.     Ministerial brief of the visibility report
3
1
3
December
2014
Consultant & technical team
As above
10.  Reviewing the visibility  report based on monitoring indicators provided
5
1
5
December 2014
Consultant & technical team
As above
11.  Final visibility report submitted to UN Women
7
1
7
December 2014
Consultant & technical team
As above
Total


100




 

Application Process
Applications should be sent to: consultancies.eharo@unwomen.org with the subject line clearly marked “He for She Campaign 2014”

The deadline for submission of applications is COB 29th September 2014.

Kenyan Jobs Categories

Kenyajobtube. Powered by Blogger.

Music Recording Studio

Get Kenyan Jobs Alerts Via Email

Enter your email address:

Popular Jobs in Kenya

Blog Archive

Join Kenyan Jobs today!