Pilots Jobs in Kenya

September 30, 2010 · Posted in Pilots Jobs in Kenya · Comments Off 

With ATPL 3000hrs T.T. Min 500hrs
CASA 212.

Apply to:

The Director
P.O. Box 507-00517, Nairobi
or E-mail: info@aberdair.com or jgaunt@africaonline.co.ke

and copy to;

K.C.A.A
P.O Box 30163-00100,Nairobi
or E-mail: info@kcaa.or.ke

Lecturer Jobs in Nakuru

September 30, 2010 · Posted in Education & Training · Comments Off 

Should Have BSC/B.A in the following Disciplines:

  • Environmental Health
  • Social Work
  • Criminology
  • Business Management
  • Human Resource
  • Public Administration
  • Information Technology
  • Economics
  • Hotel Management
  • Tourism Management
  • French (Dip Alliance France’)
  • Community Development
  • Science Lab Technology

Apply to the:-

Human Resource Manager,
P.O.Box 12393
Nakuru, 20100

Standard Group Network & Communications Administrator Career Opportunity in Kenya

September 29, 2010 · Posted in ICT · Comments Off 

The Standard Group, a multi-media house comprising the Standard newspapers, KTN, Radio Maisha and PDS seeks to strengthen its ICT function due to sustained growth in the business.

As part of our strategy to further strengthen and consolidate our lead, the Group wishes to recruit self motivated individuals to fill in the following positions in the ICT Department.

Network and Communications Administrator

The Role

In this role you will be responsible for installing, maintaining and supporting computer communication networks within the Group.

Personal Specifications:

  • Must be self driven individual, not more than 40 years of age who has over 2 years experience.
  • Must have a Degree in Computer Science/ Computer Information systems.
  • Professional training in at least two of the following MCSA & MCSE, CompTIA Network+ Certification, CCNA & CCNP

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Hardware setup, and monitoring network usage Implementing, maintaining and monitoring network security
  • Installing, supporting and maintaining new server hardware & software infrastructure
  • Provide support on satellite and Telecommunication equipment
  • Installation of hardware & software and recording of license information

To apply for this position, send your application to network@standardmedia.co.ke not later than 15th October 2010

The Standard Group is an equal opportunity employer and as such, canvassing of any form will lead to automatic disqualification.

Standard Group Software Engineer Career Opportunity in Kenya

September 29, 2010 · Posted in ICT · Comments Off 

The Standard Group, a multi-media house comprising the Standard newspapers, KTN, Radio Maisha and PDS seeks to strengthen its ICT function due to sustained growth in the business.

As part of our strategy to further strengthen and consolidate our lead, the Group wishes to recruit self motivated individuals to fill in the following positions in the ICT Department.

Software Engineer

The Role

In this role you will be responsible for designing, developing, and installing software solutions.

Liaise and work with online section to develop and implement web based solutions to suit business needs.

Personal Specifications:

  • Must be self driven individual, not more than 30 years of age who has over 2 years experience, interest and knowledge in the ICT field.
  • Must have a Degree in Computer Science or information Technology.
  • Professional training in Windows, Linux, Software design and Development, Web design and Scripting.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, forward looking and rapidly growing media house

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Conduct system analysis recommending changes in policies and procedures.
  • Determine operational feasibility by evaluating analysis
  • Develop software solutions by studying information needs
  • Project Planning and project management
  • Protect operations by keeping information confidential

To apply for this position, send your application to software@standardmedia.co.ke not later than 15th October 2010

The Standard Group is an equal opportunity employer and as such, canvassing of any form will lead to automatic disqualification.

Monitoring & Evaluation / Gender Specialist Job Vacancy in Kenya

September 29, 2010 · Posted in Community Development Social Work, Monitoring and Evaluation, NGO and UN Jobs · Comments Off 

The United States Agency for International Development (USA1D) Kenya Mission seeks to fill the position of Monitoring & Evaluation/ Gender Specialist in its Democracy & Governance (DG) Office.

The position is based in Nairobi and is open to qualified Kenyan citizens.

Basic Function of the Position:

The incumbent serves as the principle Democracy and Governance specialist on monitoring and evaluation (M&E) and the principle gender and development specialist for the USA1D Mission.

Under the direction of the DG Office Chief, the incumbent provides a full range of consultative, advisory, information gathering, analytical, and evaluative responsibilities in the M&E and gender fields.

The incumbent also provides technical services to support the preparation and approval of DG activity design, program implementation, monitoring, results reporting, drafting of annual reports, and review of strategic frameworks.

S/he has direct responsibility for the management of the Women Empowerment and Justice Initiative and gender-related activities.

Major Duties & Responsibilities:

Some of the specific tasks envisioned include, but are not limited to:

  1. lead the development and maintenance of all DG Office Performance Management Plans, providing professional advice on results indicators and on the establishment of baselines and indicator targets;
  2. plan and carry out regular data quality assessments, evaluations, and impact assessments of partner activities;
  3. advise and mentor DG partners in designing and implementing their M&E systems by guiding them on the selection of appropriate indicators;
  4. provide technical support to the Mission and Mission partners in the area of gender;
  5. build and foster strong relationships with women’s groups and grassroots organizations that focus on gender issues, for example, gender-based violence and peace-building;
  6. identify areas where gender issues are likely to arise and plan strategically to ensure gender inclusion in activity design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and project assessment;
  7. draft project implementation documents including action memos, budgets, and formal correspondence;
  8. review, critique, and approve project work plans, key personnel, etc. to ensure compliance with the award documents;
  9. monitor disbursements, provide administrative approval of expenditures, and prepare financial accruals;
  10. visit field operations to monitor implementation, evaluate performance, and identify and resolve problems.

Required Qualifications:

Any application that does not meet the minimum requirements stated below will not be evaluated. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted. If you have not been contacted within one month from the closing date of this advertisement, please consider your application unsuccessful,

Education: A Master’s degree in a pertinent field such as gender and development studies, evaluation, economics, women’s studies, statistics, international development, anthropology, or other related area.

Experience (40%): A minimum of seven years experience with gender integration and empowerment, including experience in program development and management. Demonstrated experience with practical approaches for advancing gender equity in developing countries. A minimum of seven years experience in program monitoring and evaluation, strategic planning, impact assessment, and reporting. Prior work experience with an international donor and/or government in the region is highly desirable. Experience working in a cross-cultural setting on teams with individuals of varied backgrounds.

Knowledge (30%): In-depth understanding of gender-based programming, women’s empowerment in development, and gender mainstreamtng. Extensive knowledge and demonstrated experience with the theory, practice, and policies governing M&E of development programs and projects. Practical experience in strategic planning and valuation/impact assessments. The incumbent must know, or be willing to learn, relevant U.S. Government (USG) procedures, regulations, programmatic processes, and policies that govern grant and contract management,

Skills & Abilities (30%); Fluency In English with strong English writing skills and the ability to produce complex documents that require minimal editing. At least a working knowledge of Kiswahili. Experience working with updating and maintaining databases. Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite. Ability to work with minimum supervision and produce accurate and timely data and reports in a high-pressure environment under tight deadlines. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to develop and maintain high-level contacts in both government and business circles.

Those fulfilling the requirements of the position should submit their application, together with a detailed curriculum vitae/resume and copies of all relevant certificates, to the following address:

The Human Resources Office, USAID/Kenya,

P.O. Box 629, Village Market 00621,

Nairobi, Kenya

Re: Monitoring & Evaluation/Gender Specialist, DG/USAlD/Kenya

Applications must reach the US AID HR office by COB October 14th 2010.

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