Position Title: Claims Administrator 
 
Department: Medical Operations
 
Reports To: Assistant Claims Manager through the Senior Claims Administrator
 
Supervises: None
 
Hours of Work: The job is done within normal working hours with the jobholder occasionally being required to work beyond normal hours.

Position Summary & Primary Objective: The Claims Administrator’s overall purpose is to ensure accurate and timely capture of client details or claims information to enable effective client satisfaction and enhanced MSP relations.

The jobholder is expected to demonstrate commitment and loyalty and perform all duties in accordance with the organization’s office routines and procedures, keeping in mind the overall business objectives.

Qualifications / Experience / Knowledge
 

Knowledge & Experience Required
 
Essential
  • Diploma in a Business field.
  • At least 1 year relevant work experience.
  • Good data entry skills with high accuracy levels.
  • Knowledge of working with MS Office a must.
Desirable
  • A Business Degree will be an added advantage.
  • Ability to work responsibly with or without direct supervision.
Roles and Responsibilities
  • Capture data accurately into Actisure and in a timely manner.
  • Vet applications/claims to ensure they are filled correctly and that they meet policy requirements.
  • Submit claims for adjudication
  • Approve manual claims following adjudication
  • Maintain records and/or reports of all claims for analysis and decision making.
  • Create policy documents and indicate correct benefits as per what the client purchased.
  • Request cards for new members.
Core Competencies
 
The following Core competencies are the skills, knowledge and behaviors expected of an employee at Resolution Insurance Co. Limited. 
 
These competencies may need to be adjusted depending on the company’s overall mission and values.
  • Communication Skills: Communicates clearly and professionally in written and oral forms to both internal and external clients.
  • Initiative and Confidence: Generates and acts on new ideas that add value to the business. 
  • Looks at different ways to solve problems and address difficulties.
  • Achievement Drive: Sets goals and strives to achieve them with enthusiasm and determination.
  • Business Acumen: Has a good understanding of the business environment and the impact their behavior has on the reputation of the company.
  • Respect: Treats colleagues and customers in a manner which demonstrates integrity, honesty & Fairness
How to Apply

CLICK HERE to apply online

Closing Date: 21st Nov 2014
We are a reputable SEO company in Kenya in search of good FREELANCE blog content developers with at least 6 months experience in SEO writing. 

You DO NOT need to know anything about MLA, HARVARD or any other referencing style. 

All we need is good content to post on blogs.

Requirements
  • Reliable internet connection and computer
  • Good command of the English language
  • Ability to create fresh content (Copying and Pasting will not work)
  • Versatile and ability to meet deadline fast
  • Ability to follow instructions.
The payment will be made every Friday via MPESA and we pay Ksh 0.25 cents per word. 

Therefore,  a 500 word article goes for Ksh. 125 and so forth.
 
Only serious applications will be considered.

Send us your samples and resume' at seonairobi(at)yahoo(dot)com

Job Description: Vendor Manager - TV’s and Cameras

Jumia is the #1 leader of E-commerce in Africa. Our company is part of Rocket Internet, a global and leading incubator of start ups specialized in e-commerce. We have already built in France successful companies like Groupon, Zalando, Wimdu, EDarling, Glossybox… 

We are present in more than 20 countries in Europe, Middle East, Asia and Latin America and this accumulated experience has allowed us to develop a strong platform, which can support new ventures with both advice and capital on a truly global basis.

Jumia has expanded its activities in Kenya. To support our development we are currently looking for outstanding candidates interested in entrepreneurship and e-commerce to join us. 

This is a perfect opportunity to participate in an entrepreneurial adventure that will lead to the future stars of the web universe.

The role of the Vendor Manager includes but is not limited to:

  • Handling relationships with new and current suppliers (includes talking to them every day and developing a rapport).
  • Getting the weekly promotion items from the suppliers.
  • Negotiating costs and payment terms with the suppliers.
  • Getting new releases as soon as the suppliers have them.
  • Shortlisting and prioritizing key suppliers.
  • Finding new suppliers with no limits, try to source and sell every product within your category.
  • Monitoring stock levels and planning the purchasing policy well in advance.
  • Having an accurate knowledge of competition: who they are, what prices they have and their products.
  • Analyzing consumer buying behavior and predicting future trends.
  • Attending trade fairs / events and sourcing for new products.
  • Producing Monthly sales reports.
  • Liaising with various teams within the organization to ensure a smooth flow of operations.
Qualifications and Experience
  • Purchasing and supplies qualifications.
  • 2 years and above work experience
  • Prior experience with Electronics/ IT products supplier/ dealer
  • Excellent computer skills.
  • Knowledge of TV’s and Camera specifications an added advantage.
  • Exceptional analytical, organizational and interpersonal skills.
  • Proactive, Entrepreneurial and proven ability to deliver exceptional results.
Please send your resume to: joinus-kenya@jumia.com

Join the journey!
Job Description: Vendor Manager - Home and Living

Jumia is the #1 leader of E-commerce in Africa. Our company is part of Rocket Internet, a global and leading incubator of start ups specialized in e-commerce. We have already built in France successful companies like Groupon, Zalando, Wimdu, EDarling, Glossybox… 

We are present in more than 20 countries in Europe, Middle East, Asia and Latin America and this accumulated experience has allowed us to develop a strong platform, which can support new ventures with both advice and capital on a truly global basis.
 
Jumia has expanded its activities in Kenya. To support our development we are currently looking for outstanding candidates interested in entrepreneurship and e-commerce to join us. 

This is a perfect opportunity to participate in an entrepreneurial adventure that will lead to the future stars of the web universe.

The role of the Vendor Manager includes but is not limited to:

  • Handling relationships with new and current suppliers (includes talking to them every day and developing a rapport).
  • Getting the weekly promotion items from the suppliers.
  • Negotiating costs and payment terms with the suppliers.
  • Getting new releases as soon as the suppliers have them.
  • Shortlisting and prioritizing key suppliers.
  • Finding new suppliers with no limits, try to source and sell every product within your category.
  • Monitoring stock levels and planning the purchasing policy well in advance.
  • Having an accurate knowledge of competition: who they are, what prices they have and their products.
  • Analyzing consumer buying behavior and predicting future trends.
  • Attending trade fairs / events and sourcing for new products.
  • Producing Monthly sales reports.
  • Liaising with various teams within the organization to ensure a smooth flow of operations.
Qualifications and Experience
  • Purchasing and supplies qualifications.
  • 2 years and above work experience
  • Prior experience with household electronics/ furniture suppliers
  • Excellent computer skills.
  • Knowledge of Home and Living products will be an added advantage.
  • Exceptional analytical, organizational and interpersonal skills.
  • Proactive, Entrepreneurial and proven ability to deliver exceptional results.
Please send your resume to: joinus-kenya@jumia.com

Join the journey!

Vacancy: Associate, Learning and Communication
 
Start Date: Early January, 2015
 
Reporting To: Senior Associate, Learning and Communication
 
Location: Nairobi, Kenya 

About Evidence Action: Evidence Action is a new organization working in partnership with an existing non-profit organization (Innovations for Poverty Action, IPA) to scale proven interventions to improve the lives of the poor in Africa and Asia. Rigor, evidence, and action are all part of our values. 

We are looking for a dynamic, engaged individual to join our team as a Senior Associate, Learning and Communication working within organization’s Monitoring, Learning, and Information Systems (MLIS) team. 

The successful candidate, like the MLIS team, will embody the evidence-based and data-driven nature of the organization. 

While Evidence Action continues to grow the pipeline of proven-interventions to bring to scale, its current programs in the Africa Region include:
  • Dispensers for Safe Water is an entrepreneurial program scaling the chlorine dispenser system – a proven innovation that dramatically expands access to water treatment at an extremely low cost.
  • Deworm the World Initiative actively supports the scale-up of school-based deworming programs worldwide to improve children’s health, education, and long-term development.
About Monitoring Learning and Information Systems (MLIS) Team: The MLIS team is critical to the identity and work of Evidence Action. The team embodies the evidence-based nature of Evidence Action’s work and enables Evidence Action to be a cutting-edge, data-driven organization.

The team provides services across Evidence Action’s Africa Region through four sub-teams that work closely together to deliver quality, timely and useful information:
  • Learning and Communication (L&C): This team is responsible for supporting the program teams with timely information in innovative, useful and clear ways to translate analysis and research to evidence-based decision making and action.
  • Monitoring, Analysis and Research (MAR): This team is responsible for ensuring that all ongoing program monitoring needs are met and analysis and research is conducted to support program improvements.
  • Management Information Systems (MIS): This team is be responsible for ensuring that the all programs have access to timely and useful data for day-to-day programmatic planning and decision making through a cloud-based multi-user system.
  • Data Quality and Management (DQM): This team is responsible for ensuring access to quality and timely data to meet all ongoing program needs; including monitoring, information systems and analysis and research.
About the Position: The Associate, Learning and Communication will be a key member of the Learning and Communication delivery team for Evidence Action’s Africa Region. 

Within the region, they will provide support for: 

1) Diagnosing the data, research, and learning needs of all Evidence Action programs, 

2) Marketing and Showcasing all MLIS services (i.e. data collection, analysis, research, data management etc.) to Evidence Action program teams and 

3) Ensuring effective information flow within program teams and between program teams and MLIS divisions. 

A successful Associate, Learning and Communication will ensure that the data-driven decision making process of Evidence Action addresses the most pressing program needs and specifically addresses the strongest opportunities for programmatic improvements.

Diagnosing the Program “needs” from the MLIS Team
  • Collaborate with all Evidence Action programs to identify the specific data and analysis requests made to MLIS team members for inclusion in reports, concept notes, case studies, etc.
  • Bridge the connections between Evidence Action Programs Teams and Management Information Systems (internal MIS staff members and external vendors/contractors) to ensure that all program needs are able to be effectively captured in Evidence Action’s MIS systems
  • Provide support in summarizing and synthesizing the work plans of Evidence Action programs with specific attention to areas where MLIS will provide support
  • Stay attuned to the relative level of prioritization that program teams assign to MLIS tasks and projects
  • Act as an Account Manager for the DtW team receiving general MLIS requests when program team members do not know the appropriate person to address their request
  • Receiving requests from Evidence Action program teams regarding needs for data updates or clarifications within the MIS system is the most updated version from the programs team, check errors and advice on improvements
Ensuring effective information flow
  • Sharing specific program needs and requests with the relevant member of the MLIS team for service delivery and support
  • Review and support program monitoring reports as requested by program teams in areas of MLIS specialization
  • Participation in regular program meetings to collect updates and share tasks, plans and events of relevance with the MLIS team
  • Overseeing adherence of MLIS team members with established protocols regarding the organization and use of shared files and resources within the MLIS team
  • Create a knowledge, Learning and Development Centre for the programs as well as the team (Knowledge Library with researches done and one pagers)
  • Identify best practices and lessons learned from researches done by MAR team and support tracking of progress for program teams to implement agreed upon best practices
  • Promote a knowledge sharing and learning culture in the programme
  • Providing timely access to existing analysis and cross-program lessons for evidence-based decisions
Marketing and Showcasing MLIS Service
  • Providing general and situation-specific guidance to Evidence Action teams regarding the services that the MLIS team can provide
  • Developing, editing, and tailoring MLIS products to “fit” the target audience
  • Assist in the production and presentation of MLIS communication material: presentations, and briefing materials targeted at Evidence Action program teams
  • Support the preparation of communication materials and presentations to external partners and stakeholders
Qualifications, Experience and Skills
  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant social sciences (i.e. development, economics, data-journalism, public health, communications, or related field).
  • A minimum of 2 years’ work experience generating high quality written material for internal leadership and/or external audiences
  • A strong sense of curiosity and an orientation toward practical knowledge-seeking through learning, questioning, and experimentation
  • Highest quality, professional writing and communications skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with a team that is geographically dispersed
  • Self-directed/self-motivating personality
  • Strong critical and analytical thinking skills
  • Intellectual flexibility and willingness to form and adjust opinions based on evidence
  • Quick to learn, motivated to self-teach and capable of independently translating new knowledge into practice
Note: Please specifically illustrate the above desired qualifications in your cover letter by giving examples from your experience.
 
In addition, this position requires a candidate to:
  • Have a strong commitment to evidence-based practice and policy in the development field
  • Be enthusiastic to develop personally and professionally as part of a growing global team
  • Possess a strong attention to detail and a genuine love of working with data
To Apply:
 
Please email your CV and application letter to copy kenyajobs@evidenceaction.org with the subject line “Associate-Learning and Communication MLIS”

Deadline to Apply: On a rolling basis

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted by phone and email for an interview. 

Applicants are encouraged to apply early, as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

The Organisation is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE), adhering to the laws that prohibit discrimination in the terms and conditions of employment. 

The Organisation’s HR policy provides equal employment, volunteer, and service opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, national origin or ancestry, religion, creed, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, marital status, veteran status, disability (including HIV/AIDS), or any other status protected by applicable law.
We are currently looking for additional experienced SEO writers to add to our team. 

This is our fourth year in the SEO writing business and currently looking for writers with the following qualities

Have experience in SEO writing.
 
Can submit well researched articles.
 
Can write flawlessly using the English language.
 
Can write articles in simple U.K English i.e avoid complex expressions.
 
Write articles with no grammatical mistakes.
 
Write at least 5 articles per day on short notice.
 
Payment is Shs 200-for every 500 words, every two weeks through Mpesa.

Interested candidates should  send their  C.V to kenyaparamount@gmail.com. 

We are currently looking for additional experienced SEO writers to add to our team.
Vacancy: Shop Attendant

Manasseh drycleaners is a new drycleaner outlet with money transfer services at Utawala along Eastern bypass opposite GSU training school next to Astrol Petrol station. 

This is a family business and we are looking for believer in Christ. 

The attendant should be able to handle both the drycleaner shop and the money transfer services.

The attendant should have college training in any field but preferably business courses or training in customer care. Fluency in English and Swahili is mandatory. You should be a person of integrity and morally upright. 

You should be able to work for long hours without supervision.
If you feel you fit this description, submit your CV and a covering letter to the director manasseh drycleaners box 5494-00200 Nairobi or e-mail via  manasseh.drycleaners@gmail.com. 

You can also drop the applications physically at the shop.  

Please include the expected remuneration, three referees one of whom must be a pastor.

Excellent academic writers with knowledge in: Accounting, Business Studies, Finance, Mathematics, Statistics         

Pay: Ksh.250 - 300 per page Depending on Quality

Description: Full Time

Qualifications
  • Any University degree or Continuing Student
  • Excellent English
  • Knowledge of the different referencing styles i.e. APA, MLA, Chicago-Turabian and Harvard referencing styles
  • The ability to stick to strict deadlines and work under no supervision.
  • Writing experience of more than 6 months
  • Internet and computer access 24hrs a day
  • Clear understanding of the term PLAGIARISM.
  • Fresh writers will be Taught
Location: Nairobi

Any interested person may send his/her CV and two samples of his/her previous writings to thewriter2013@gmail.com.

Call for Consultancy Services - Development of Management Information System

Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) is a humanitarian relief organization created by an Act of Parliament, Cap 256 of the Laws of Kenya on 21st December 1965.

Its vision is to be the most effective, trusted and self-sustaining humanitarian organization in Kenya. The organization’s core business areas are broadly classified into six major departments including Disaster Management, Health and Social Services, Water and Sanitation, Nutrition, Organizational Development and Emergency Operations. 

In 2010, KRCS was selected as the Civil Society Principal Recipient to manage resources under the Country’s Global Fund Round 10 Grant for HIV and AIDS.

The Global Fund Management Unit of the KRCS manages the Global Grant for HIV and AIDS interventions as the Civil Society Principal Recipient and implements through 52 selected sub recipients.

KRCS seeks the expertise of a consultancy firm to design and develop an interactive, user friendly Information system for reporting, data management and archiving. This will enable the Kenya Red Cross Society to improve the management of its data/ information and reporting function across all program areas.

Expertise and minimum team of consultants
 
For carrying out this consultancy, a firm, with expertise in the implementation of Information Systems for community based programmes during the last 5 years is required. The minimum team of consultants needed comprises: MIS Engineer, Database Designer, System Architect and MIS programmer

Detailed Terms of reference for the consultancy services can be downloaded at: 

Submission of proposal
 
The proposals should be addressed as shown below to reach the under signed by 3rd December 2014 at 12:00 noon

Call for Consultancy Services - Development of Management Information System

Chairperson
Tender committee
Kenya Red Cross Society
P.O. Box 40712-00100 GPO
Nairobi

Vacancy: Monitoring and Evaluation Manager (PIK)
 
Sector: Monitoring & Evaluation / Data Collection           
 
Location: Kenya           
 
Employee Type: Regular           
 
Employee Category: Full Time           

Job Purpose / Objective: The Monitoring & Evaluation Manager will provide leadership in the project in the development and implementation of the project monitoring and evaluation systems. 

The Manager will have a proven track record of managing disparate teams of partners to who deliver a coherent purpose and communication. 

The Manager will also have experience with USAID reporting systems including reporting using USAID indicators.
Key Responsibilities

  • Lead the process of setting up of PIK Monitoring and Evaluation Plan (MEP) and its periodic revision
  • Develop, standardize and deploy survey tools and data collection forms to realize the effective use of monitoring plans and track all performance indicators in the Monitoring and Evaluation Plan
  • Lead in the development of M E R tools for the project
  • Develop basic M E R training packages for partners to assist data collection and learning
  • Support the development of MER plans for the partners and grantees ensuring compliance and sound data management standards
  • Implement and improve existing monitoring tools for the partners/grantees to ensure the appropriateness of the program and to gauge its impact, including a system of recording and presenting relevant data
  • Collaborate with external evaluators to conduct mid-term evaluation/assessments and final evaluation
  • Play a crucial role in supporting the project in development of  baselines for project monitoring at appropriate stages
  • Collect all data for project indicators data compilation
  • Develop and prepare highly professional quarterly and annual reports as per the applicable USAID format
  • Set up an evaluation system for grants closeout
  • Support project in carrying out midterm evaluation or assessments and final evaluation
Required Qualifications:
  • A master’s degree in a related field or equivalent
  • At least 6 years experience directly working with Monitoring, reporting and evaluation of which two years should be of USAID reporting experience.
  • Knowledge of USAID Performance Monitoring and indicator protocol
Required Experience & Competencies
  • Demonstrated ability to lead monitoring, reporting and learning in dynamic projects
  • Demonstrated ability to produce professional project reports
  • Demonstrated ability to transfer knowledge through training and mentoring
  • Good knowledge of working with civil society and community based groups in Kenya
  • Ability to work in a fast changing environment and deliver results on short deadlines
  • Ability to travel around Kenya to support IRC partners in data collection and reporting
  • Strong Team player with good interpersonal skills
  • Good computer skills
How to Apply

CLICK HERE to apply online

IRC leading the way from harm to home. 

IRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
 
IRC considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability.
Improving Urban Refugees Protection Interventions (IURPI) - Consultancy for End of Project Evaluation
 
Sector: Governance & Rights           
 
Location: Kenya           
 
Employee Type: Consultant           
 
Employee Category: Not Applicable           

Terms of Reference

1. Background: The International Rescue Committee (IRC) and the Refugee Consortium of Kenya (RCK) in their urban refugee programming aim to strengthen the existing protection and support system for urban refugees in Kenya as envisaged in international conventions and Government of Kenya (GoK) policies. 

Towards this broad goal, IRC and RCK were supported by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs with a grant worth EUR 426,750 to run from December 1st 2012 to November 30th 2014. 

The project; Improving Urban Refugees Protection Interventions (IURPI) was primarily aimed at equipping key institutions including the DRA and law enforcement authorities responsible for the protection of refugees with appropriate skills, knowledge, and attitudes to undertake their role as primary duty bearers of refugee protection.

In the course of project implementation, the policy on refugee protection changed when an encampment directive was issued through a gazette notice on March 26th 2014. As per the directive, all urban refugees were henceforth expected to relocate to the camps. 

This adversely affected the project and activities had to be reoriented to reflect the changes in the operating context.

In spite of the changing operating environment, implementation of IURPI continued to be guided by the three intended result areas which still remained relevant and were in consonance with both the IRC and RCK’s country strategic plans.  The three result areas were;

Result 1: Enhanced coordination and delivery of protection and legal services for refugees in Nairobi
Urban refugees in Kenya are particularly vulnerable to human rights abuse, extortion, and exploitation.
 

Before the March 26th directive, approximately 100,000 urban refugees were permanently living in Nairobi without adequate legal protection, material assistance, or access to basic services, and an unknown number faced similar challenges in other urban areas including Nakuru, Eldoret, Kisumu, and Mombasa. 

To strengthen protection mechanisms for Kenya’s urban refugees, the IRC and RCK supported efforts to strengthen the coordination and delivery of protection and legal services for refugees in an approach that combined legal aid, psychosocial support, and referrals to other responsive and remedial protection services.

Result 2: Strengthened capacity and accountability of the Department of Refugee Affairs, government actors, and other key protection actors to respond to protection needs of urban refugees in Kenya

Recognizing that States are primarily responsible for the protection of refugees, the project aimed at strengthening the protection capacities of key government actors, with a particular focus on the Department for Refugee Affairs and the Kenyan Police Force. 

Understanding of refugee law was increased amongst legal professionals to enable them to better represent refugee clients or discharge their functions as lawyers employed by the government. 

Capacity development activities included the training of police and lawyers on refugee law and refugee rights, protection monitoring of detention centers, and border routes.

Result 3: Increased refugee community capacity to prevent, respond to and alleviate protection risks and foster social cohesion with host communities in Kenya

The project also sought to improve relations between refugee and host communities in targeted areas through joint awareness-raising activities, aimed at reducing tensions between refugee and host communities and between different refugee groups while also identifying opportunities to promote social cohesion. 

Focus group discussions were held to allow contact between refugees and host community members and to increase integration and understanding. 

Community leaders committees’ capacity was enhanced to engage with the refugee and the host community, and to identify, refer and in some cases address identified protection issues.

After the end of project implementation, the IRC seeks to carry out an evaluation to establish to what extent the project objectives were met, what are the lessons learned and what gaps remain with regards to improving the protection climate for urban refugees in a changing environment. 

Also, the evaluation will establish to what extent the project was impacted by the March 26th encampment directive and how successful the strategies employed by the project partners were at mitigating the directive’s negative impact on urban refugees in an attempt to protect the overall integrity of urban refugees.

Objectives of the end term Evaluation

The evaluation seeks to establish to what extent project objectives were met, what were the lessons learned and what gaps remain with regards to improving the protection climate for urban refugees in the changing protection environment.
 
The exercise will be guided by the following specific objectives;
  • To assess the outputs, outcomes and impact of the project on direct and indirect beneficiaries;
  • To assess the relevance  - level of receptiveness and ownership by the beneficiaries in the implementation processes, where applicable;
  • To assess the impact of the government directive of encampment on project activities
  • To determine the relevance and appropriateness of the activities adopted by the partners in light of the directive
  • To identify lessons learnt and best practices for similar interventions in a changing context
  • To provide recommendations for future interventions in a rapidly changing urban refugee context
Scope of the project
 
Geographically, the evaluation will focus on the project’s areas of intervention including Kawangware, Ruiru, Kangemi, Eastleigh, Githurai, Kitengela, Kasarani and Rongai. It will target both direct and indirect beneficiaries, both refugees and host communities.
 
The evaluation will reference the;
  • Midterm evaluation report
  • Project Reports
  • Training Modules and Reports
  • Other documents deemed necessary by the Project team and the IRC senior management
Methodology
 
The evaluation will consist of desk literature review and field interviews. 

The consultant will review key documents such as;
  • Project proposal
  • Mid-term report
  • Training reports and modules
  • Any other report deemed important
For the interviews, the consultant will conduct key informant interviews with the IRC and RCK project staff and management, government representatives, service providers, beneficiaries, both refugees  and host community members.

The evaluation team is expected to take into consideration working realities and constraints of urban areas and the security dynamics while drawing conclusions and making recommendations.

Deliverables
 
The evaluation team will submit to IRC:
  • An inception report outlining the methodology, assessment tools and an evaluation work plan;
  • A draft evaluation report,
  • Conduct a validation workshop on the findings prior to the submission of the final report
  • A final evaluation report within one week of receiving comments from the validation workshop
Team
 
The team will consist of:
  • The evaluator and IRC Program Manager/Governance and Rights Technical Coordinator
  • The Project Officers and Assistants will offer support that may be required by the evaluation team
  • RCK will provide necessary support in the field, primarily in its areas of operation.
Duration of the Consultancy: The evaluation will be conducted in a period of 25 consultancy days. While they do not have to run concurrently, the whole evaluation exercise should be finished in two months.

Qualifications Required
  • A degree in Sociology, Law, Business Administration, Community Development,  Forced Migration or any other area of study related to the terms of reference;
  • Experience working with urban refugees/urban poor and host community structures
  • Wide experience in assessments, evaluation and implementation of refugee protection activities, preferably in an urban setting
  • Understanding and experience in international refugee law
  • Demonstrable experience of conducting project evaluations
Expression of Interest
 
Any person interested in undertaking this research should send an Expression of Interest consisting of:
 
a) Technical proposal; (maximum 3 pages) including methodology and work plan for the exercise.
 
b) Financial proposal: to include a detailed budget and the total cost of the study including taxes.
 
c) CV of the evaluator.

How to Apply

CLICK HERE to apply online

Kenyan nationals are encouraged to apply.  

International allowances are not available for this position. 

Salary and employee benefits are compliant to the Kenyan NGO Sector.

IRC leading the way from harm to home. 

IRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

IRC considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability.

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