Job Advert for Agribusiness Development and Technical Supervision Division

A company in Kenya is seeking to recruit suitable candidates for the following positions:

Project Promotion and Supervision Department Manager

Agronomist

Agro-economist

Crop protectionist

Sugar Projects desk manager

Cotton Project desk manager

Duties will include:

  • Participates and coordinates the feasibility study of prioritized projects; 
  • Directs/coordinates implementation of the new project (s); 
  • Supervises and monitors the overall project implementation performance and act accordingly;
  • Participates in technical supervision and monitoring of projects and enterprises operations;
  • Facilitates implementation of working guidelines, manuals and procedures;
  • Other duties as maybe assigned by reporting office:

Requirements

1. Agronomy/Agro economist/Crop protectionist

  • M.Sc./Ph.D. in Agronomy/Crop Protection/Irrigation/Mechanization/ Agricultural Engineering or related fields, and 8/4 years experience in agriculture operations management/consultancy/research  or related experience.

2. Sugar and Cotton Projects Desk Manager Positions

  • B.Sc./M.Sc./Ph.D. in Agronomy/Crop Protection/Irrigation/Mechanization/ Agricultural Engineering or related fields, and 10/6/2 years experience in agriculture operations management/consultancy/research  or related experience.

3. Project Promotion and Supervision Department Manager Position

  • B.Sc./M.Sc./Ph.D. in Agronomy/Crop Protection/Irrigation/Mechanization/ Agricultural Engineering or related fields, and 12/8/4 years experience in agriculture operations management/consultancy/research  or related experience.

Duty Station: The duty station is Nairobi with frequent trip to the project and enterprises sites.

For more info please visit our site; http://www.kwale-group.com/agric10.html

Qualified individuals are invited to send their application along with detailed CV ONLY a daytime telephone contact to;

The Human Resource Manager         
P.O Box 46279-00100
Nairobi.

or careers@kwale-group.com

Closing Date: 10th October 2014 by 5.30pm

Background: The Kenya Cereal Enhancement Programme (KCEP) will be implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries (MoALF) with funding by the European Union (EU) and supervision by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). 

The Programme which shall cover 8 counties has the objectives of contributing to national food security by increasing the production of the targeted cereal staples (Maize, Sorghum and Millet and pulses), increasing incomes of the smallholders in the production areas, and supporting smallholder farmers in graduating from subsistence to commercial agriculture. 

The programme will run for a period of seven (7) years. The Programme Coordination Unit (PCU) for KCEP located in Nairobi shall be responsible for the overall coordination and management of the programme. 

In addition, the programme will have two sub-units of the PCU, one in Nakuru and the other in Siakago Town (Embu County).

Re-Advertisement: Accountants (ACC) - Nakuru or Siakago Town

Ref. ACC13N or ACC13S
 

Reporting to the SAC, there will be one ACC each in Nakuru and Siakago Town.
 
Responsibilities
  • Preparation of programme accounts;
  • Preparation and submission of periodical financial reports;
  • Verification of supplier’s invoices for payment, including service providers’ requests for funds, and timely implementation of payment procedures;
  • Timely posting of all project accounting vouchers on the accounting software;
  • Exercise proper custody of all posted vouchers and other accounting documents;
  • Preparation of withdrawal applications;
  • Replenishment of operational account with programme bank account.
  • Facilitate financial audits and implementation support missions;
  • Regular sharing of account printouts by components to the heads of component for analysis and comments;
  • Advice to management on accounting and administration matters;
  • Any other duty assigned by the FMA.
Qualifications
  • Bachelors’ degree in accounting and finance from a recognised institution plus a professional accounting qualification (CPA(K), ACCA or equivalent).
  • At least 5 years’ practical experience in a project financial management unit and acquainted with accounting procedures in the public administration sector or with internationally financed projects;
  • Previous experience with Donor-funded procedures and financial regulations would be an added advantage;
  • Good knowledge of computer applications in accounting such as TOMPRO, PASTEL, SUN;
  • Used to work under pressure and meet crucial deadlines;
  • Fluency (reading, writing and speaking) in English and in Kiswahili.
Application Process
 
1. Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the above positions. Female candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.
 
2. Each application should be accompanied by a CV and cover letter indicating the Reference Number for the position. 

The prescribed format of the CV should be downloaded from the ministry’s website: www.kilimo.go.ke/downloads

Applicants for positions in the Nakuru or Siakago Town sub-units should clearly indicate the preference (Nakuru or Siakago) as in the reference numbers. 

Photocopies of Identity Card and relevant certificates and credentials should be enclosed.
 
3. Those who had previously applied should re-apply if they meet the qualifications
 
4. Each application in a sealed envelope should be addressed to:
 
The Principal Secretary
Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries
State Department of Agriculture
P.O. Box 30028-00100,
Nairobi.
 
The applications should be received by Friday, 10th October 2014 at 10.00am. 

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
Background: The Kenya Cereal Enhancement Programme (KCEP) will be implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries (MoALF) with funding by the European Union (EU) and supervision by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). 

The Programme which shall cover 8 counties has the objectives of contributing to national food security by increasing the production of the targeted cereal staples (Maize, Sorghum and Millet and pulses), increasing incomes of the smallholders in the production areas, and supporting smallholder farmers in graduating from subsistence to commercial agriculture. 

The programme will run for a period of seven (7) years. The Programme Coordination Unit (PCU) for KCEP located in Nairobi shall be responsible for the overall coordination and management of the programme. 

In addition, the programme will have two sub-units of the PCU, one in Nakuru and the other in Siakago Town (Embu County).

Re-Advertisement: M&E/KM Officers (MKM) - Nakuru or Siakago Town 

Ref. MKM12N or MKM12S

Reporting to the Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, there will be one MKM each in Nakuru and Siakago Town, focussing on the Maize and Sorghum/Millet value chain respectively.

Responsibilities
  • Developing and running an M&E system and associated Management Information System for managing data and information for overall monitoring, and for the collection and analysis of data on programme achievements and impact, based on a set of gender disaggregated indicators in line with the programme logical framework and stakeholders’ information needs;
  • Organization and supervision of focused baseline surveys at the beginning of the programme;
  • Coordinating the preparation and monitoring the implementation of the AWPB;
  • Ensuring that all participating institutions keep records on their activities and feed this information into the Programme Learning System;
  • Developing a simple reporting system for the monitoring of programme activities and preparing regular reports on implementation progress, performance and impact of operations;
  • Set up term of reference and conduct studies to assess the impact of the programme
  • Organization of training on M&E for members of the PCU, implementing partners and counties, and providing technical backstopping to implementing agencies for preparing the AWPBs and for compliance with reporting requirements;
  • Undertake any other duty assigned by the KMO.
Qualifications
  • Master’s degree in Agricultural Economics, or a related field from a recognized university. A post graduate diploma/certificate in MIS or M&E will be an added advantage;
  • At least 6 years’ working experience at management in M&E of donor-funded programmes
  • At least two recent professional experience proving that the candidate has been directly responsible for:
  1. Identifying programme output and outcome indicators that are coherent with the sector medium term plans and the local development plan (CIDPs)
  2. Conducting a base line survey for selected indicators
  3. Developing an M&E system for the programme
  4. Organizing the communication on the result of the M&E
  5. Preparing terms of reference for the above.
  6. Fluency in English and Kiswahili.
  • Ability to use advanced computer packages for quantitative and qualitative analysis and data base storage;
  • Good knowledge and experience on the project cycle related activities and developments in the sector;
  • Strong computer and communications skills (oral, written, presentation);
Application Process
 
1. Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the above positions. Female candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.
 
2. Each application should be accompanied by a CV and cover letter indicating the Reference Number for the position. 

The prescribed format of the CV should be downloaded from the ministry’s website: www.kilimo.go.ke/downloads

Applicants for positions in the Nakuru or Siakago Town sub-units should clearly indicate the preference (Nakuru or Siakago) as in the reference numbers. 

Photocopies of Identity Card and relevant certificates and credentials should be enclosed.
 
3. Those who had previously applied should re-apply if they meet the qualifications
 
4. Each application in a sealed envelope should be addressed to:
 
The Principal Secretary
Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries
State Department of Agriculture
P.O. Box 30028-00100,
Nairobi.
 
The applications should be received by Friday, 10th October 2014 at 10.00am. 

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
Background: The Kenya Cereal Enhancement Programme (KCEP) will be implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries (MoALF) with funding by the European Union (EU) and supervision by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). 

The Programme which shall cover 8 counties has the objectives of contributing to national food security by increasing the production of the targeted cereal staples (Maize, Sorghum and Millet and pulses), increasing incomes of the smallholders in the production areas, and supporting smallholder farmers in graduating from subsistence to commercial agriculture. 

The programme will run for a period of seven (7) years. The Programme Coordination Unit (PCU) for KCEP located in Nairobi shall be responsible for the overall coordination and management of the programme. 

In addition, the programme will have two sub-units of the PCU, one in Nakuru and the other in Siakago Town (Embu County).

Re-Advertisement: Agribusiness Officers (ABO) - Nakuru and Siakago Town 

Ref. ABO10N or ABO10S
 

Reporting to the Value Chain Specialist (VCS), there will be one ABO each in Nakuru and Siakago Town, focussing on the Maize and Sorghum/Millet value chain respectively.
 
Responsibilities
  • Guide service providers on the identification, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of value chain support activities, including the promotion of entrepreneurial skills in farmers’ organisations;
  • Facilitate linkages and contracts between business model stakeholders including distributors, local promoters and farmers;
  • Ensure adequate synergies between post component 2 (post harvest management & market linkages) and component 3 (financial inclusion) of the programme, in collaboration with the Financial Services Expert;
  • Monitor the development of innovative business models and, in collaboration with the Knowledge Management and Communication Officer and the Planning and Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, ensure related knowledge management, including the identification of policy lessons, and participate in developing the Programme Learning System;
  • Preparing and implementing various value chain related studies;
  • Contribute to the preparation of the AWPB and progress reports;
  • Undertake any other duty assigned by the PC.
Qualifications
  • Masters degree in Agriculture, Agribusiness, Rural Development or a related discipline from a recognized university.
  • At least 6 years working experience in a similar field;
  • Fluency in English and Kiswahili.
Agronomists (AGR) - Nakuru or Siakago Town 
Ref. AGR11N or AGR11S

Reporting to the Value Chain Specialist, there will be one AGR each in Nakuru and Siakago Town, focussing on the Maize and Sorghum/Millet value chain respectively.
 
Responsibilities
  • Being the interface between KARI and KCEP in the adaptation of technologies for smallholder application;
  • Facilitating the technology dissemination activities undertaken by KARI, the country advisory services and other partners;
  • Facilitating the capacity building activities of agro-dealers by various partners on technical issues.
Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture with specialization in Agronomy. A relevant post graduate qualification will be an advantage;
  • 6 years’ experience as an Agronomist in a research station, public or private farm;
  • Experience in providing advisory services in a public or private sector setting;
  • Strong computer and communications skills (oral, written, presentation);
  • Fluency in English and Kiswahili.
Application Process
 
1. Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the above positions. Female candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.
 
2. Each application should be accompanied by a CV and cover letter indicating the Reference Number for the position. 

The prescribed format of the CV should be downloaded from the ministry’s website: www.kilimo.go.ke/downloads

Applicants for positions in the Nakuru or Siakago Town sub-units should clearly indicate the preference (Nakuru or Siakago) as in the reference numbers. 

Photocopies of Identity Card and relevant certificates and credentials should be enclosed.
 
3. Those who had previously applied should re-apply if they meet the qualifications
 
4. Each application in a sealed envelope should be addressed to:
 
The Principal Secretary
Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries
State Department of Agriculture
P.O. Box 30028-00100,
Nairobi.
 
The applications should be received by Friday, 10th October 2014 at 10.00am. 

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
Background: The Kenya Cereal Enhancement Programme (KCEP) will be implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries (MoALF) with funding by the European Union (EU) and supervision by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). 

The Programme which shall cover 8 counties has the objectives of contributing to national food security by increasing the production of the targeted cereal staples (Maize, Sorghum and Millet and pulses), increasing incomes of the smallholders in the production areas, and supporting smallholder farmers in graduating from subsistence to commercial agriculture. 

The programme will run for a period of seven (7) years. The Programme Coordination Unit (PCU) for KCEP located in Nairobi shall be responsible for the overall coordination and management of the programme. 

In addition, the programme will have two sub-units of the PCU, one in Nakuru and the other in Siakago Town (Embu County).

Re-Advertisement: Planning and Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (PME) - Nairobi 

Ref. PME09

Responsibilities
 
Reporting to the KMO, the PME is responsible for:
  • Developing and running an M&E system and associated Management Information System for managing data and information for overall monitoring, and for the collection and analysis of data on programme achievements and impact, based on a set of gender disaggregated indicators in line with the programme logical framework and stakeholders’ information needs;
  • Organization and supervision of focused baseline surveys at the beginning of the programme;
  • Coordinating the preparation and monitoring the implementation of the AWPB;
  • Ensuring that all participating institutions keep records on their activities and feed this information into the Programme Learning System;
  • Developing a simple reporting system for the monitoring of programme activities and preparing regular reports on implementation progress, performance and impact of operations;
  • Set up term of reference and conduct studies to assess the impact of the programme
  • Organization of training on M&E for members of the PCU, implementing partners and counties, and providing technical backstopping to implementing agencies for preparing the AWPBs and for compliance with reporting requirements;
  • Undertake any other duty assigned by the KMO.
Qualifications
  • Master’s degree in Agricultural Economics, or a related field from a recognized university. A post graduate diploma/certificate in MIS or M&E will be an added advantage;
  • At least 8 years’ working experience at management in M&E of donor-funded programmes
  • At least two recent professional experience proving that the candidate has been directly responsible for:
  1. Identifying programme output and outcome indicators that are coherent with the sector medium term plans and the local development plan (CIDPs)
  2. Conducting a base line survey for selected indicators
  3. Developing an M&E system for the programme
  4. Organizing the communication on the result of the M&E
  5. Preparing terms of reference for the above.
  • Ability to use advanced computer packages for quantitative and qualitative analysis and data base storage;
  • Good knowledge and experience on the project cycle related activities and developments in the sector;
  • Strong computer and communications skills (oral, written, presentation);
Application Process
 
1. Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the above positions. Female candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.
 
2. Each application should be accompanied by a CV and cover letter indicating the Reference Number for the position. 

The prescribed format of the CV should be downloaded from the ministry’s website: www.kilimo.go.ke/downloads

Applicants for positions in the Nakuru or Siakago Town sub-units should clearly indicate the preference (Nakuru or Siakago) as in the reference numbers. 

Photocopies of Identity Card and relevant certificates and credentials should be enclosed.
 
3. Those who had previously applied should re-apply if they meet the qualifications
 
4. Each application in a sealed envelope should be addressed to:
 
The Principal Secretary
Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries
State Department of Agriculture
P.O. Box 30028-00100,
Nairobi.
 
The applications should be received by Friday, 10th October 2014 at 10.00am. 

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
Background: The Kenya Cereal Enhancement Programme (KCEP) will be implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries (MoALF) with funding by the European Union (EU) and supervision by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). 

The Programme which shall cover 8 counties has the objectives of contributing to national food security by increasing the production of the targeted cereal staples (Maize, Sorghum and Millet and pulses), increasing incomes of the smallholders in the production areas, and supporting smallholder farmers in graduating from subsistence to commercial agriculture. 

The programme will run for a period of seven (7) years. The Programme Coordination Unit (PCU) for KCEP located in Nairobi shall be responsible for the overall coordination and management of the programme. 

In addition, the programme will have two sub-units of the PCU, one in Nakuru and the other in Siakago Town (Embu County).

Re-Advertisement: Procurement Officer (PRO) - Nairobi 

Ref. PRO08
 

Responsibilities
 
Reporting to the FAM, the PRO will be responsible for:
  • Coordination of procurement of programme works, goods and services at the central level and assist/supervise decentralised procurement as appropriate;
  • Ensuring proper use and conservation of programme assets;
  • Preparation of annual programme procurement plans in collaboration with other members of the PCU and implementing partners, and submitting same for approval by the PSC and IFAD along with the AWPB;
  • Ensuring the preparation and advertisement of TORs and tender and contract documents for specific procurements according to GOK and Donor-funded procedures;
  • Participation in relevant tender committee meetings at the Lead Agency and assisting with the preparation of committee reports;
  • Review and advise on tender evaluation reports prepared by the Counties and other implementing agencies and making necessary follow-up;
  • Maintaining high quality procurement files and contract registers for review by supervision missions and auditors;
  • Preparation of regular financial and procurement progress reports;
  • Undertake any other duty assigned by the FAM.
Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management, Purchasing and Supplies Management. A post graduate qualification will be an added advantage; or
  • Bachelor’s degree in Commerce, Public Administration, Law, Accounting or any other related field plus a post graduate diploma in Supply Chain Management, Purchasing and Supplies Management.
  • At least 8 years’ experience at senior management level with procurement of civil works, goods and services for GOK/donor funded projects;
  • At least two recent professional experience proving that the candidate has been directly responsible for:
  1. Preparing procurement guidelines for donor funded project.
  2. Chairing a tender committee for national and international competitive bidding
  3. Preparing tender dossier for national and international competitive bidding
  4. Preparing contracts
  5. Drafting and ensuring timely delivery of all administrative correspondence and communication associated to the tender and contract process.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of Public Procurement Regulations is a must
  • Strong computer and communications skills (oral, written, presentational);
  • Fluency in English.
Application Process
 
1. Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the above positions. Female candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.
 
2. Each application should be accompanied by a CV and cover letter indicating the Reference Number for the position. 

The prescribed format of the CV should be downloaded from the ministry’s website: www.kilimo.go.ke/downloads

Applicants for positions in the Nakuru or Siakago Town sub-units should clearly indicate the preference (Nakuru or Siakago) as in the reference numbers. 

Photocopies of Identity Card and relevant certificates and credentials should be enclosed.
 
3. Those who had previously applied should re-apply if they meet the qualifications
 
4. Each application in a sealed envelope should be addressed to:
 
The Principal Secretary
Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries
State Department of Agriculture
P.O. Box 30028-00100,
Nairobi.
 
The applications should be received by Friday, 10th October 2014 at 10.00am. 

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
Background: The Kenya Cereal Enhancement Programme (KCEP) will be implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries (MoALF) with funding by the European Union (EU) and supervision by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). 

The Programme which shall cover 8 counties has the objectives of contributing to national food security by increasing the production of the targeted cereal staples (Maize, Sorghum and Millet and pulses), increasing incomes of the smallholders in the production areas, and supporting smallholder farmers in graduating from subsistence to commercial agriculture. 

The programme will run for a period of seven (7) years. The Programme Coordination Unit (PCU) for KCEP located in Nairobi shall be responsible for the overall coordination and management of the programme. 

In addition, the programme will have two sub-units of the PCU, one in Nakuru and the other in Siakago Town (Embu County).

Re-Advertisement: Senior Accountant (SAC) - Nairobi 

Ref. SAC07
 

Responsibilities
 
Reporting to the FMA, the SAC will be responsible for:
  • Preparation of programme accounts;
  • Preparation and submission of periodical financial reports;
  • Verification of supplier’s invoices for payment, including service providers’ requests for funds, and timely implementation of payment procedures;
  • Timely posting of all project accounting vouchers on the accounting software;
  • Exercise proper custody of all posted vouchers and other accounting documents;
  • Preparation of withdrawal applications;
  • Replenishment of operational account with programme bank account.
  • Facilitate financial audits and implementation support missions;
  • Regular sharing of account printouts by components to the heads of component for analysis and comments;
  • Advice to management on accounting and administration matters;
  • Any other duty assigned by the FMA.
Qualifications
  • Bachelors’ degree in accounting and finance from a recognised institution plus a professional accounting qualification (CPA(K), ACCA or equivalent).
  • At least 5 years’ practical experience in a project financial management unit and acquainted with accounting procedures in the public administration sector or with internationally financed projects;
  • Previous experience with Donor-funded procedures and financial regulations would be an added advantage;
  • Good knowledge of computer applications in accounting such as TOMPRO, PASTEL, SUN;
  • ability to work under pressure and meet crucial deadlines;
  • Fluency (reading, writing and speaking) in English and in Kiswahili.
Application Process
 
1. Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the above positions. Female candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.
 
2. Each application should be accompanied by a CV and cover letter indicating the Reference Number for the position. 

The prescribed format of the CV should be downloaded from the ministry’s website: www.kilimo.go.ke/downloads

Applicants for positions in the Nakuru or Siakago Town sub-units should clearly indicate the preference (Nakuru or Siakago) as in the reference numbers. 

Photocopies of Identity Card and relevant certificates and credentials should be enclosed.
 
3. Those who had previously applied should re-apply if they meet the qualifications
 
4. Each application in a sealed envelope should be addressed to:
 
The Principal Secretary
Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries
State Department of Agriculture
P.O. Box 30028-00100,
Nairobi.
 
The applications should be received by Friday, 10th October 2014 at 10.00am. 

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Background: The Kenya Cereal Enhancement Programme (KCEP) will be implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries (MoALF) with funding by the European Union (EU) and supervision by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). 

The Programme which shall cover 8 counties has the objectives of contributing to national food security by increasing the production of the targeted cereal staples (Maize, Sorghum and Millet and pulses), increasing incomes of the smallholders in the production areas, and supporting smallholder farmers in graduating from subsistence to commercial agriculture. 

The programme will run for a period of seven (7) years. The Programme Coordination Unit (PCU) for KCEP located in Nairobi shall be responsible for the overall coordination and management of the programme. 

In addition, the programme will have two sub-units of the PCU, one in Nakuru and the other in Siakago Town (Embu County).

Re-Advertisement: Financial Services Specialist (FSS) - Nairobi 

Ref: FSS06
 

Reporting to the PC, the FSS will in collaboration with the Programme for Rural Outreach of Financial Innovations and Technologies (PROFIT), coordinate the implementation of Component 3 (Financial Inclusion).

Responsibilities
  • Liaise with the Value Chain Development Specialist and the Agri-business Officers of the two sub-units to ensure adequate synergies between Components 2 (Post Harvest Management) and 3 (Financial Inclusion);
  • Monitor the performance of the partners and service providers intervening in the implementation of the Component;
  • Monitor the performance of limited liability companies set up by the project;
  • Develop a plan to broaden financial inclusion outreach for direct beneficiaries and associated service providers.
  • in collaboration with the KM and Communication Officer and partners/service providers of Component 3, develop knowledge management on innovative financial instruments;
  • Contribute to the preparation of the AWPB and progress reporting;
  • Undertake any other duty assigned by the PC.
Qualifications
  • Master’s degree in Finance, Agricultural Economics or related fields;
  • At least 8 years’ experience working with the financial sector on financial sector
  • development, microfinance, rural finance or banking, 3years at management level and preferably in an international development programme or with an established finance institution;
  • At least two recent professional experience proving that the candidate has been directly responsible for:
  1. Developing and implementing financial deepening strategies in rural areas including instruments such as: weather based insurances; warehousing receipts; direct or shadow equity funding; targeted subsidies to farmers operation; risk fund; loans; and others.
  2. Developing specific analysis on financial deepening potential and constraints associated to value chain development
  3. Developing specific communication systems to the above.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the banking and financial regulations applicable to finance institutions
  • Experience in training and capacity building of rural clients on financial services ;
  • Strong computer and communications skills (oral, written, presentation
Application Process
 
1. Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the above positions. Female candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.
 
2. Each application should be accompanied by a CV and cover letter indicating the Reference Number for the position. 

The prescribed format of the CV should be downloaded from the ministry’s website: www.kilimo.go.ke/downloads

Applicants for positions in the Nakuru or Siakago Town sub-units should clearly indicate the preference (Nakuru or Siakago) as in the reference numbers. 

Photocopies of Identity Card and relevant certificates and credentials should be enclosed.
 
3. Those who had previously applied should re-apply if they meet the qualifications
 
4. Each application in a sealed envelope should be addressed to:
 
The Principal Secretary
Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries
State Department of Agriculture
P.O. Box 30028-00100,
Nairobi.
 
The applications should be received by Friday, 10th October 2014 at 10.00am. 

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

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