We are looking for talented and motivated people in a variety of roles. At Kenya Orient, you will have an opportunity to join a team who are warm, professional and experts in their fields. 

As a successful candidate, you will work in a fun, highly innovative and engaging environment suitable for providing Unique, Relevant and Innovative insurance solutions that exceed our client’s expectations.

Job Title: Relationship Officer
 
Locations:  4 Regions - Mombasa, Rift, Western, Mt. Kenya
 
Division / Department: Marketing & Business Development
 
Immediate Supervisor: Assistant Manager, Marketing / Branch Manager

Overall Responsibility: In charge of managing selected intermediary accounts and achieving monthly sales and growth targets
Key Tasks, Duties and Responsibilities

  • Achieve monthly sales and growth targets
  • Championing new products/services to designated accounts
  • Gather market intelligence in order to identify specific needs of intermediaries.
  • Disseminate product knowledge to the intermediaries.
  • Give competitive quotations and ensure follow up is done to close the business.
  • To oversee timely issuance of relevant documents to the intermediaries.
  • Facilitate timely collections of premiums as per Company’s credit policy.
  • Make regular visits in order to maintain relationships with the intermediaries.
  • Offer advice on claims procedures.
  • Give support to intermediaries including carrying out risk surveys, reviewing performance and loss ratios.
  • Soliciting for business from intermediaries and maintaining a fairly balanced portfolio mix.
  • Organizing intermediaries’ training, seminars and scheduled functions.
Requirements
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Sales experience highly preferred
  • 2 years minimum work experience preferably in insurance industry
  • Progress in ACII/AIIK preferable
Competencies
  • Knowledge in insurance products and services
  • Strong negotiation and sales skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent customer handling skills
NB: Kindly specify the region you are interested in.
 
How to Apply:

If you are interested in a position and have the required qualifications, skills and experience, CLICK HERE to apply online and submit a duly filled application form on or before Wednesday, 19th November 2014.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
 
Kenya Country Office, Nairobi
 
Vacancy Announcement: Programme Adviser, UN Joint Programme on HIV 

NO-D
 
Temporary Appointment

Duration: 364 days
 
Start date: 01 January, 2015
 
Date of Issue: 07 November, 2014

Closing Date: 20 November, 2014

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates to fill the above Temporary Position in the UNAIDS Kenya Office, Nairobi.

Background and Justification
 
The UN system in Kenya works to support the Kenyan people in their self-articulated development aspirations. The UN’s work is guided by the UN Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF, 2014-2018), which combines the efforts and resources of all UN agencies active in the country. 

The UNDAF was developed according to the principles of UN Delivering as One (DaO) that aims to ensure Government ownership through full alignment to Government priorities, as well as stronger internal coherence among UN agencies.

The UNDAF is structured around four strategic results areas aligned to the three pillars of the country’s long-term development plan, Vision 2030. 


These are 

1) Transformational governance, 

2) Human capital, 

3) Inclusive and sustainable economic growth and 

4) Environmental sustainability, land management and human security. 

The UN’s work on supporting Kenya’s response to HIV and AIDS features under the Human Capital strategic result area, as Outcome 2.3: Multi-sectoral HIV and AIDS response. UNICEF acts as the convener for the Human Capital strategic results area, while UNAIDS is the lead agency for the HIV outcome. 

Results area 2 on human capital is led by UNICEF, in close collaboration with national counterparts. 

The UN’s support on HIV as outlined in outcome 2.3 of the UNDAF is implemented through the UN Joint Programme on HIV, which combines the efforts and resources of all UN agencies working on HIV and AIDS in country and their national and county level partners. 

The UNAIDS Kenya Country Office serves as the Secretariat for the Joint Programme on HIV, facilitating the effective and efficient implementation of the programme. 

Led by the UNAIDS Country Director, the Secretariat is responsible for providing strategic leadership and guidance, as well as ensuring efficient coordination and communication between all stakeholders involved in the Joint Programme on HIV. 

The incumbent, recruited by UNICEF with the technical support from UNAIDS, will be based at the UNAIDS Kenya Country Office supporting the entire Joint Programme on HIV. 

The UNAIDS Country Director will be the immediate supervisor of the incumbent. UNAIDS will share quarterly performance review reports with UNICEF, while the annual performance review will be jointly undertaken by UNAIDS and UNICEF. 

Scope of Work: Under the overall supervision of the UNAIDS Country Director and in close collaboration with the UNAIDS Senior Strategic Information Adviser, and subject to the changing working environment and partnership with government, the incumbent’s responsibilities will include the following:
 
Strategic support and results
  • Regularly scan the changing aid environment and trends in the HIV response at national and county level to identify opportunities for strategic positioning, engagement and optimal relevance of the Joint Programme on HIV. 
  • Undertake political advocacy with counterparts at national and county level, leveraging available strategic information and ensuring focus and coherence among UN agencies, to facilitate the achievement of the strategic results of the Joint Programme on HIV. 
  • Build strategic partnerships with key multi-sectoral stakeholders at national and county level, to facilitate optimal performance of the UN Joint Programme on HIV.
  • Act as an interlocutor between the UN system and counterparts and stakeholders at national and county to strengthen strategic partnerships, communication and coordination for optimal return on investment, including regular consultative visits to high burden counties as needed.
  • Leverage synergies between different results areas and facilitate a coherent UN response to national priorities.
  • Support the continuous development and utilization of strategic information to ensure that the Joint Programme remains evidence-based in its advocacy, policy development and programming.
Optimizing capacities and know-how
  • Identify capacity and knowledge gaps among Joint Team members, and facilitate capacity optimization and transfer of know-how across agencies for effective delivery on the Joint Programme objectives and results.
  • Facilitate a joint UN response to address capacity constraints identified among government, local authorities, civil society partners, and other counterparts, for an optimal national and county HIV response.
Knowledge management
  • Identify and document best practices and approaches on the UN delivering as one in supporting the HIV response at national and county level for reporting, communication, awareness raising and resource mobilization purposes.
  • Lead the process of knowledge creation and dissemination related to county, national and international know-how in the Joint Programme subject areas, and regularly inform the Joint Team of new research and knowledge.
  • Forge links with other initiatives including joint programmes to identify good practices and share lessons.
Resource mobilization
  • Develop, analysis and identify funding gaps, additional needs and unfunded potential to guide and improve resource mobilization, cost effectiveness and efficiency for sustained engagement, and work with partners to mobilize resources accordingly.
  • Prepare together with the Management Team proposals for mobilization of human, technical or financial resources from international development organizations, non-government organizations and the private sector.
  • Provide regular status updates to the UN Joint Programme on HIV on the external resource environment.
  • Support the UNCT and the Secretariat to mobilize resources to support and expand the achievement of the joint programme outputs and outcomes.
Other tasks
  • Undertake any other task as may be requested by the UNAIDS Country Director. The UNAIDS Country Director will consult with UNICEF in case the concerned task is beyond the scope of the UN Joint Programme on HIV.
RWP areas covered: HIV and AIDS

Expected Deliverables
  • Within first 3 months, undertake an analysis of the progress, challenges and bottlenecks experienced by agencies, implementing the 2014/15 plan of action of the Joint Programme on HIV.
  • Develop and implement a roadmap on how to address any challenges and bottlenecks, in close consultation with the UN Joint Team on HIV
  • Undertake quarterly monitoring of the implementation of the UN Joint Programme on HIV, in close collaboration with concerned the UNAIDS team members and UN Agencies, and update the workplan accordingly.
  • Provide at least two status updates to the UN Joint Programme on HIV on the external resource environment.
  • Lead the development of at least one high quality proposal for agreed priorities of the Joint Programme on HIV
  • Lead the development of at least one case study on Delivering as One on HIV and AIDS in close collaboration with partners.
Reporting 

The incumbent will directly report to the UNAIDS Country and provide regular updates of progress to the monthly UNJT meeting. 

S/he will be located in the UNAIDS Country Office Kenya. 

Work closely with all the UNJT members and national partners to ensure synergies and avoid duplication. 

The incumbent will provide quarterly updates to the UNAIDS Country Director, for sharing with UNICEF. 

Annual performance review will be jointly undertaken by the UNAIDS Country Director and the UNICEF Deputy Representative. 

Desired background and experience 

Education: 
Advanced university degree in one or more of the disciplines: Public Health, Public Health Administration, Primary Health Care, Pediatrics AIDS, Health Education, Medicine, Social Sciences or a field relevant to international development assistance in HIV and AIDS. 

Work Experience:  

Essential: 
  • A minimum of eight years of working experience in HIV and AIDS at the national or international level. 
  • Experience in working with UN agencies, government partners, civil society and private sector on planning, implementation, M&E and resource mobilization. 
  • Demonstrated experience in working across sectors and in collaboration with multiple actors in an international context.  
  • Background/familiarity with Emergency.
Desirable:  
  •  Experience of UN Joint Programmes, especially the UN Joint Programme on HIV in Kenya, and inter-agency coordination processes, and solid understanding of the Delivering as One approach.
  • Experience in monitoring gender disparities and in programme interventions that reduce these disparities an asset.
Language: Fluency in English and working language of the duty station.
    
Competency Profile

Core Values (Required)
  • Commitment
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Integrity
Core Competencies (Required)
  • Communication  [ II ]
  • Working with People   [ II ]
  • Drive for Result   [ II ]
Functional Competencies (Required)
  • Leading and Supervising  [ II ]                
  • Formulating Strategies and Concepts   [ II ]      
  • Analyzing   [ II ]
  • Relating and Networking    [ II ]        
  • Persuading and Influencing   [ II ]           
  • Creating and Innovating   [ II ]
Technical Knowledge and Skills
  • Proven in-depth understanding of the HIV epidemic and the multi-sectoral response in Kenya, and experience in providing advisory services in the area of HIV and AIDS
  • Advanced technical knowledge in HIV prevention, treatment and care
  • Understanding of the UNAIDS strategy and major initiatives developed by UNAIDS.
  • Familiarity with results-based programme planning and management.
  • Well-developed people management skills.
  • Excellent communication, facilitation, coordination and analytical skills.
  • Demonstrated experience in policy influencing
  • Demonstrated experience in political advocacy
  • Demonstrated experience in building strategic partnerships for cohesive and efficient approaches
Interested and suitable candidates should ensure that they forward their applications along with their curricula vitae, to;

The Human Resources Manager
UNICEF Kenya Country Office
Email address: kenyahrvacancies@unicef.org

Please indicate Reference No. “KCO/HIV-AIDS/2014-077” in the email subject.

Interested candidates should also complete the Personal History (P11) form - CLICK HERE to download the P11 form.

“Qualified female candidates are encouraged to apply”

Zero tolerance for sexual exploitation and abuse

UNICEF is a smoke-free environment

We are looking for talented and motivated people in a variety of roles. At Kenya Orient, you will have an opportunity to join a team who are warm, professional and experts in their fields. 

As a successful candidate, you will work in a fun, highly innovative and engaging environment suitable for providing Unique, Relevant and Innovative insurance solutions that exceed our client’s expectations.

Job Title: Accounts Executive (Branch)
 
Location: Mombasa and Kisumu
 
Division / Department: Finance
 
Immediate Supervisor: Branch Manager / Manager – Finance

Overall Responsibility: To execute the branch level finance function as directed by head office to support revenue assurance and credit control.
Key Tasks, Duties and Responsibilities

  • Ensure all revenue is promptly and correctly receipted.
  • Perform weekly cash counts and prepare imprest replenishments for the branch.
  • Receive post dated cheques and ensure they are banked on time.
  • Ensure daily banking and daily monitoring of returned cheques and notification to Accounts Assistant (Bank Reconciliation) in copy to Branch Operations Manager & Senior Accountant.
  • Respond to all General ledger reconciliation queries.
  • Assist the branch manager with budgetary controls.
  • Confirm premium receipt as part of claim processing and report to the Accounts Executive-Branch Accounts.
  • Advice on Intermediary Commission related issues.
  • Monitor collections and advice the Senior Accountant-Credit Control.
  • Revenue Assurance-Ensure minimal leakage through compliance through accurate receipting.
  • Manage the Fixed Asset Transfer forms and update the branch fixed asset register
  • Administer the branch stationary and receive and reissue Certificates to the underwriting function of the branch.
  • Filing of all payments vouchers and maintaining filing system.
  • Any other duties that may be assigned from time to time.
Requirements
  • A bachelor’s Degree in commerce or Business Administration
  • Part qualification in CPA (Part 2)
  • 2 years relevant working experience
Competencies
  • Basic financial reporting skills
  • Basic budget formulation, financial analysis & IT skills
  • Excellent analytical, communication and customer handling skills
How to Apply:

If you are interested in a position and have the required qualifications, skills and experience, CLICK HERE to apply online and submit a duly filled application form on or before Wednesday, 19th November 2014.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
 
Reproductive Health Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist - Kenya

Job Number: 1400003373

Description: Health, Education, and Social Programs
 
International Health and Development Division
 
Nairobi, Kenya

Job Description: The International Health and Development Division of ICF International seeks a Reproductive Health Epidemiologist to join our growing team of technical staff in Kenya. 

The position is based in Nairobi, Kenya and aims to support strengthening the M&E systems for the Family Health Division and Reproductive Health Unit. It will require working through appropriate GOK institutions and stakeholders to strengthen coordination, integration of approaches and coverage, quality and use of reproductive health information.

This is under the MEASURE Evaluation PIMA project which focuses on strengthening the capacity of targeted national health programs in improving the collection and use of quality information at national and sub-national levels for evidence-based decision making.

This position is responsible for data mining, management, and analysis and reporting for national and county level on Family and Reproductive Health thematic areas. 

The position aims at ensuring knowledge and skill transfer to the Division and Unit staff.

Key Responsibilities:
 
Specific responsibilities of the Reproductive Health Epidemiologist include:
  • Build capacity of RMHSU staff including county level staff  and partners on M&E including designing data collection tools, data entry and data cleaning, data analysis (qualitative and quantitative) and report writing
  • Support the review and maintainance of a functional national RH monitoring system  for priority program components
  • Assist in organizing technical M&E trainings in liaison with USAID program partners and other stakeholders
  • Work directly with staff in target counties to improve the collection, management, and dissemination of service statistics
  • Creating various analysis outputs for use in program decision making, developing and implementing program plans, collaborating with other partners to integrate RH data in their analysis, writing analytical reports for publication, data management, and providing guidance on appropriate data use.
  • Support the production of quality annual reports in line with the RH Strategy and Annual Work plan
  • Provide guidance to project staff on how to integrate RH and population analysis tools in routine analyses and project activities
  • Use data in program annual planning, reporting, strategy development and review
  • Participate in coordination meetings and other information sharing fora as appropriate for planning and coordination of program activities
  • Support effective  research and evaluation for priority  program components to  measure effectiveness of RH strategies
  • Contribute to the development and implementation of the RH research agenda      
Approximate travel: 30% 

Qualifications

Basic Qualifications
  • Post graduate training in public health, health sciences, epidemiology, program evaluation, biostatistics or related field, and a minimum of eight years relevant M&E experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • 8-10 years’ experience in M&E of health programs including the development and implementation of M&E frameworks and performance management plans, strengthening of health information systems, or training and capacity building
Preferred Skills/Experience:
  • Experience working with the subnational level particularly the new county structures
  • Experience working with reproductive, maternal, neonatal, and child health (RMNCH) programs
  • Prior experience with USAID health programs
  • Working with multiple stakeholders from the Government of Kenya/Ministry of Health, implementing partners and private sector
  • Advanced analytical techniques, mining, managing and analyzing large data sets      
  • Experience in facilitating M&E capacity-building efforts
  • Demonstrated knowledge of STATA, SPSS or SAS for analysis of multiple data sets
  • Strong higher order statistical skills such as working with trend data a plus
  • Qualitative data analysis skills is a plus
Professional Skills
  • Excellent verbal, interpersonal and written communication skills
  • Strong analytical and decision making abilities
  • Excellent knowledge of M&E systems in Kenya
  • Report writing, dissemination, use and knowledge management
  • Project coordination and logistics management
  • Team player with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Capacity building and mentoring skills
About ICF International: ICF International (NASDAQ:ICFI) provides professional services and technology solutions that deliver beneficial impact in areas critical to the world's future. ICF is fluent in the language of change, whether driven by markets, technology, or policy. 

Since 1969, we have combined a passion for our work with deep industry expertise to tackle our clients' most important challenges. 

We partner with clients around the globe—advising, executing, innovating—to help them define and achieve success. Our more than 4,500 employees serve government and commercial clients from more than 70 offices worldwide. ICF's website is www.icfi.com.

ICF is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels.

(EEO/AA – Minorities/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities)

To express interest, please visit our website and apply online to job requisition number 1400003373 at www.icfi.com/careers.
We are looking for talented and motivated people in a variety of roles. At Kenya Orient, you will have an opportunity to join a team who are warm, professional and experts in their fields. 

As a successful candidate, you will work in a fun, highly innovative and engaging environment suitable for providing Unique, Relevant and Innovative insurance solutions that exceed our client’s expectations.

Graduate Apprentice

At Kenya Orient Insurance, we take pride in our highly qualified professionals who deliver our mission everyday to provide Unique, Relevant and Innovative insurance solutions that exceed our customer’s expectations.

We are seeking to recruit Five (5) Fresh University Graduates from all disciplines to join our team of professionals as Graduate Apprentices’. 

Kenya Orient offers a Graduate Apprentice Program to groom fresh talent of different academic disciplines into future leaders.

The Graduate Apprentice Program lasts for eighteen months during which trainees work as full time employees and receive extensive training, whilst they perform their role and in real work situations.

To join the Graduate Apprentice Program, applicants are expected to have met the following minimum requirements:-
  • Have attained a Bachelors degree with a minimum of second class honours upper division from a recognized university and must have graduated in 2013 or graduating in 2014
  • Possess excellent communication skills both written and oral;
  • Demonstrate innovation and creativity
  • Demonstrate problem solving and negotiating skills;
  • Have Excellent IS skills;
  • Evidence of holding positions of responsibility
  • Able to demonstrate planning and organizing skills and the ability to work in a team;
  • Ability to work in a team and have interpersonal skills;
“WE ARE KEEN AT DEVELOPING TALENT”

How to Apply:

If you are interested in a position and have the required qualifications, skills and experience, CLICK HERE to apply online and submit a duly filled application form on or before Wednesday, 19th November 2014.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
 
We are looking for talented and motivated people in a variety of roles. At Kenya Orient, you will have an opportunity to join a team who are warm, professional and experts in their fields. 

As a successful candidate, you will work in a fun, highly innovative and engaging environment suitable for providing Unique, Relevant and Innovative insurance solutions that exceed our client’s expectations.

Job Title: Legal Officer
 
Location: Head Office
 
Division / Department: Claims
 
Immediate Supervisor: Senior Legal Officer

Overall Responsibility: The position in liaison with the Senior Legal Officer is responsible for controlling litigation cases with external lawyers and all legal cases and ensuring that timely out of court settlements and/or recoveries are achieved.

Key Tasks, Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist in appointment of defence lawyers where action is brought against the company and ensure at all times the advocates work in the best interest of the Company.
  • Assist in recovery of company outlay from negligent third parties.
  • Assist in negotiating amicably, out of court settlements.
  • Review investigation reports, to ensure that they are comprehensive enough to meet the need for which they were sought, and recommend remedial action as necessary
  • Assist in processing of payments to claimants and service providers
  • Assist in legal research and preparing legal opinions to both external and internal clients.
  • With the assistance of Senior legal officer, respond to any correspondence and/or enquiries regarding claims legal issues.
  • Maintain adequate reserves for legal claims.
  • Prepare legal documents as required.
  • Any other duties that may be assigned from time to time.
Requirements
  • Bachelor of Law degree
  • Advocate of the High Court.
  • Two years relevant experience
Competencies
  • Knowledge in insurance products and services
  • Basic knowledge claims management/handling
  • Excellent analytical, communication and customer handling skills
How to Apply:

If you are interested in a position and have the required qualifications, skills and experience, CLICK HERE to apply online and submit a duly filled application form on or before Wednesday, 19th November 2014.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

We are looking for talented and motivated people in a variety of roles. At Kenya Orient, you will have an opportunity to join a team who are warm, professional and experts in their fields. 

As a successful candidate, you will work in a fun, highly innovative and engaging environment suitable for providing Unique, Relevant and Innovative insurance solutions that exceed our client’s expectations.

Job Title: Internal Assessor
 
Location: Head Office
 
Division / Department: Claims
 
Immediate Supervisor: Assistant Manager Claims – Non Legal

Overall Responsibility: This position is responsible for the summative and formative internal verification of assessment reports. Re-inspect motor vehicles and assess small damages
Key Tasks, Duties and Responsibilities
  • Scrutinize all the assessment reports submitted by the assessors and recommending the next course of action.
  • Ensure that all assessors conduct themselves professionally and ethically and make recommendations where action is warranted.
  • Re-inspect all motor vehicles within Nairobi after repairs are concluded by the garages.
  • Recommend for a second assessment on accident vehicles outside Nairobi whenever necessary.
  • Assess and authorize small damages (up to Kshs. 100,000) without involving external assessors.
  • Prepare analysis assessment reports for damages below Kshs.200, 000 and authorize repairs without a second opinion unless where necessary.
  • Carry out a second assessment on all vehicles whose estimated damage is more than Kshs.200, 000 and authorize their repairs immediately after making the necessary adjustments.
  • Appoint an assessor for all cases estimated above Kshs.500, 000 assessed for a second opinion before authorizing repairs.
  • Isolate and carry out repairs audit for the specific cases identified at the time of scrutinizing the claim form and assessment reports.
  • Determine the reserve amount and update as appropriate.
  • Carry out random checks on garages and provide recommendations
  • Prepare monthly reports giving claims change indicators.
  • Any other duties as may be allocated by the management.
Requirements
  • Degree or Diploma in Automotive or Mechanical Engineering
  • Certification in Insurance will be an added advantage
  • 2 years working experience
Competencies
  • Knowledge in insurance products and services
  • Basic knowledge claims management/handling
  • Excellent analytical, communication and customer handling skills
  • Ability to build relationships and good report writing skills
  • Good understanding of asset valuation and assessment
How to Apply:

If you are interested in a position and have the required qualifications, skills and experience, CLICK HERE to apply online and submit a duly filled application form on or before Wednesday, 19th November 2014.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
 
We are looking for talented and motivated people in a variety of roles. At Kenya Orient, you will have an opportunity to join a team who are warm, professional and experts in their fields. 

As a successful candidate, you will work in a fun, highly innovative and engaging environment suitable for providing Unique, Relevant and Innovative insurance solutions that exceed our client’s expectations.

Job Title: Claims Executive
 
Location: Head Office
 
Division / Department: Claims Department
 
Immediate Supervisor: Claims Supervisor

Overall Responsibility: The position is responsible for opening new claims and processing of non-legal Claims in line with the company policy
Key Tasks, Duties and Responsibilities

  • Open and acknowledge new claims
  • Appoint service providers within the set benchmarks, review their reports and process claims as necessary.
  • Initiate recovery from negligent third parties and promptly hand file to Legal Section for follow ups.
  • Ensure payment to policyholders and service providers within stipulated company benchmarks.
  • Maintain registers and adequate claims reserves.
  • Respond to correspondence and/or queries relating to claims falling under area of responsibility.
  • Make recommendations on settlements of claims falling under area of responsibility.
  • Prepare claims reports e.g. monthly theft report, monthly salvage report and any other reports which may be required from time to time.
  • Deputize the Senior Claims Executive
  • Perform any other duties as required from time to time.
Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Pass in at least two ACII papers or equivalent
  • 2 (Two) years’ relevant experience
Competencies
  • Basic underwriting and legal knowledge
  • Knowledge on insurance products and services
  • Good negotiation skills
  • Analytical thinking and flexibility
  • Excellent customer handling skills
How to Apply:

If you are interested in a position and have the required qualifications, skills and experience, CLICK HERE to apply online and submit a duly filled application form on or before Wednesday, 19th November 2014.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
We are looking for talented and motivated people in a variety of roles. At Kenya Orient, you will have an opportunity to join a team who are warm, professional and experts in their fields. 

As a successful candidate, you will work in a fun, highly innovative and engaging environment suitable for providing Unique, Relevant and Innovative insurance solutions that exceed our client’s expectations.

Job Title: Senior Human Resources Executive
 
Location: Head Office
 
Division / Department: Human Resources & Administration
 
Immediate Supervisor: Assistant Manager – HR & Administration

Overall Responsibility: The position is responsible for coordinating the various HR Operations in the HR Department ensuring effective service delivery to the business in support of achievement of   overall company objectives
Key Tasks, Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist in providing career guidance, counselling and managing the company’s talent management program
  • Coordinating the entire staff recruitment process in consultation with Assistant HRM.
  • Prepares employees for assignments by establishing and conducting orientation and necessary training programs.
  • Assist in the monitoring of the performance management system and provide appropriate feedback for decision making
  • Reviewing and updating Job Descriptions  and KPI’s to  ensure alignment with organizational needs
  • Assist in the formulation of strategy  and monitoring of the Human Resources Budgets
  • Contribute to the creation of company policies and procedures that facilitate best practice
  • Assist in rewards and benefits administration to deliver competitiveness and cost effectiveness in order to motivate and retain talent
  • Ensure optimization of the Human Resource Information System (HRIS) is achieved to improve HR Service Delivery
  • Responsible for all Staff Welfare Matters
  • Assist in ensuring departments compliance to the laid out processes in line with the ISO Certification
  • Manage the Human Resource Executives Performance and Development
  • Any other duties that may be assigned
Requirements
  • University Graduate with a Business related Degree
  • Higher National Diploma in Human Resource Management
  • 4 years working experience
Competencies
  • Basic knowledge in Talent Management
  • Knowledge of the Kenya Labour Laws
  • Excellent analytical, communication and customer handling skills
  • Ability to build relationships and good HRIS skills
How to Apply:

If you are interested in a position and have the required qualifications, skills and experience, CLICK HERE to apply online and submit a duly filled application form on or before Wednesday, 19th November 2014.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

We are looking for talented and motivated people in a variety of roles. At Kenya Orient, you will have an opportunity to join a team who are warm, professional and experts in their fields. 

As a successful candidate, you will work in a fun, highly innovative and engaging environment suitable for providing Unique, Relevant and Innovative insurance solutions that exceed our client’s expectations.

Job Title: Audit Supervisor
 
Location: Head Office
 
Division / Department: Audit and Compliance
 
Immediate Supervisor: Audit and Compliance Manager

Overall Responsibility: The position is responsible for carrying out audits with a view to ensuring compliance with technical, operational, regulatory and corporate governance through adherence to KOIL procedures.
Key Tasks, Duties and Responsibilities

  • Review audit assignments including proper planning, audit testing, schedule and developing audit program, working papers or documentation, disclosure of audit finding and audit report drafting in close liaison with the audit and compliance manager.
  • Participate in the preparation of the strategic and risk based audit plan aligned to the company objectives.
  • Carry out routine audits and adhoc audits, compile quality and timely detailed findings, implications and make necessary recommendations to management for system and controls improvements.
  • Carry out special investigations and make recommendations as necessary.
  • Assist in identifying and investigating possible risk areas and reporting to management.
  • Assist in systems review with a view to advising on areas that need to be strengthened.
  • Assist in the review of internal procedures within the company processes.
  • Assist with preparation of reports to management and the board audit committee.
  • Carrying out reviews and supervision on staff performance in the Department.
  • Prepare training materials and assist in training of staff on Audit and compliance issues.
  • Assist in the follow-up of on status of implementation of both internal and external auditors’ recommendations.
  • Performing any other duties as required from time to time.
Requirements
  • A bachelor’s degree in commerce or equivalent
  • CPA (K) or equivalent
  • CISA qualification
  • Four (4) years’ experience in internal audit or in a professional audit firm three (3) of which should be at section Head level or above
Competencies
  • Strong analytical, communication and decision making skills
  • Knowledge in International Auditing standards
  • Knowledge of insurance principles and practice
  • Hands on IT knowledge and system/compliance audits
How to Apply:

If you are interested in a position and have the required qualifications, skills and experience, CLICK HERE to apply online and submit a duly filled application form on or before Wednesday, 19th November 2014.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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