Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Save the Children Economic Justice Co-ordinator Vacancy

Save the Children

Economic Justice Co-ordinator

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About us: For over 90 years, Save the Children has been making a difference in children’s lives in more than 120 countries. We are the world’s largest independent child rights organization, underpinned by a vision in a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation. 

Our mission to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. Save the Children is an organization for talented people with different backgrounds and perspectives. 

We are proud that our people are representative of the children we work with and we thrive on our diversity. We are an equal opportunity organization dedicated to our core values of Accountability, Ambition, Collaboration, Creativity and Integrity. 

Our culture is embedded in these values, along with a strong commitment to our Child Safeguarding Protocol, ensuring that all representatives of Save the Children demonstrate the highest standards of behavior towards children both in their private and professional lives.
 
The East African Regional Office is responsible for 7 countries in East Africa, including Kenya, Somalia, Uganda, Rwanda, Sudan, South Sudan and Ethiopia, with a current staff complement of approximately 3500 staff, and current expenditure of approximately $200 million each year.
 
Role Purpose: The purpose of the Economic Justice Coordinator is to developing a cutting edge investment in children (IiC) programme within the East Africa Regional Program (EARP) to ensure governments are obligated to their commitment in providing human and financial resources for children. 

This is in line with article 4 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child known as general measures of implementation through social, economic, legislative and other areas. 

ESAMI Country Coordinator Vacancy

ESAMI seeks the services of a suitably qualified person to fill the post of Country Coordinator at its Nairobi Office, Kenya.
 
Duties and Responsibilities

Responsible to the Manager, Marketing and Business Development, the Country Coordinator will be responsible for the Business development and marketing of ESAMI products and services and management of the Country Office in Kenya including;
  • Prospect for new client/markets, make follow-up, attend to client request and call on regular clients;
  • Preparing Marketing reports to help improve the quality of service delivery
  • Gather relevant information on market characteristics, products, services and customer behavior and design relevant strategies
  • Marketing ESAMI activities; training, consultancy and research in the country
  • Designing and developing marketing instruments
  • Perform public relations and publicity activities to project Positive ESAMI image

CORAT Africa Jobs

CORAT Africa is a Pan African Christian Organization based in Nairobi.

It is involved in provision of Leadership Development, Management Training, Consultancy and Research services to Churches and Church related organizations in Africa. 

CORAT Africa seeks to recruit highly motivated people for the following positions:-
 
1. Marketing Officer – Conference and Accommodation Facilities
 
Job Purpose: Business Development / Marketing of our Conference & Accommodation facilities based at Karen in Nairobi. 

Required qualifications, experience and skills:
  • Diploma in Hotels Management or a Bachelors degree in Hospitality Management or related disciplines from reputable institutions of higher learning.
  • Minimum of 5 years work experience in Business Development / Marketing of Hotel or Hostel facilities.
  • Strong business planning and coordination skills.
  • Good business negotiation skills.
  • Knowledge and understanding of Ecumenical context.

Everett Aviation Jobs

Licenced Rotorcraft Engineers
 
Full time (preferable) or 6 on, 6 off rotation based in East Africa.
 
ICAO licence rated on at least 2 of the following: BK117C1/C2, AS365N2, AS355N, AW139 plus engines
 
Demonstrable minimum experience on type of 3 years
 
Experience in both base maintenance and field service
 
Excellent working practices and communication skills
 
Able to supervise technicians/ trainees
 
Willing to travel throughout the region
 
BK117 C1/C2 Captains
  • Current ICAO CPL or ATPL (preferred)
  • Current Instrument Rating (Min 150 Hours IFR)
  • 2000 hours Total Time
  • 1000 hours PIC helicopters
  • 500 hrs multiengine PIC
  • 100 hrs on type
  • Night rating (At least 300 hours night with 100 hours NVG)
  • Offshore experience preferred
BK117 C1 Co-Pilots
  • Current ICAO CPL
  • 500 hours Total Flight time
  • 100 hours BK117
  • Current Instrument rating (50 hrs IFR)
  • Night Rating (Minimum 100 hours night, 20 hours NVG an advantage)
BK 117 C2 Co-Pilots
  • CPL(H)/IR
  • 50 hours type
AS365N2 Captains
  • ATPL
  • Instrument Rating
  • 2000 hours Total Time
  • 1000 hours PIC helicopters
  • 500 hours multi engine PIC
  • 100 hours on type
  • Offshore experience required
AS365N2 Co-Pilots
  • CPL(H)/IR
  • 50 hours type
Applications should be sent by email only to hr@everettaviation.com and copied to 

The Director General, 
Kenya Civil Aviation Authority
P.O. Box 30163 – 00100
Nairobi 

to be received by 12th November 2014.

Commercial Site, Site Supervisor, Job

Position: Site Supervisor (Commercial Site) - Real Estate
 
Our Client in real estate is urgently hiring for the above opening. 

We are inviting experienced candidates in real estate to apply as soon as possible.

Job duties:
 
The site supervisor will be based at a commercial property which (s) he will be required to manage to ensure:
  • Amounts due for rents or services are collected in good time.
  • Cleanliness is maintained at all times.
  • All equipment is kept in good working order.
  • Continuous supply of utilities such as electricity and water.
  • Security is always at a maximum level, with any shortcomings rectified immediately.
  • Third party suppliers and contractors deliver to agreed specifications.