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Mercy Corps exists to alleviate suffering, poverty and oppression by helping people build secure, productive and just communities. 

Driven by local needs, our programs provide communities in the world’s toughest places with the tools and support they need to turn the crises they confront into the opportunities they deserve. 

Mercy Corps is looking for committed and dynamic individuals to take up the following position:
 

Gender Officer, PROGRESS Programme – Wajir
 
Programme / Department Summary: The PROGRESS Gender Officer will work in collaboration with the PROGRESS Gender Team Leader, Programme Managers and PROGRESS consortium members in the implementation of a proposed multi-year project as part of DFID’s BRACED initiative (Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters). 

Mercy Corps anticipates a programme award under BRACED to implement the “Programme for Resilient Systems” (PROGRESS). PROGRESS is a multi-partner consortium poised to deliver a 36-month initiative designed to build absorptive, adaptive and transformative capacity of more than 200,000 individual households in northern Kenya (Wajir County) and northern Uganda (Karamoja). 

The Wajir-based Gender Officer will play a key role in project implementation.
 
General Position Summary: The PROGRESS Gender Officer will work directly with the Gender Team Leader in Wajir and will be responsible for helping to design and implement the PROGRESS gender strategy in Wajir. 

The Gender Officer will help operationalize gender integration throughout the life of PROGRESS and across all technical sectors with the goal of enhancing absorptive, adaptive and transformative capacity for resilience of girls and women and augmenting access to assets, capital and decision-making processes.
 
The Gender Officer will support the Gender Team Leader and Wajir Programme Manager to support to the Wajir Programme Manager of PROGRESS to develop and implement work plans per sector  / practice area with clear targets and timeframes to ensure the greatest possible gender integration into program planning, strategic prioritization and sound implementation. 

Programme emphasis will be on the role of girls and women in collective decision making around community and natural resources, and the individual capacity for entrepreneurship and active market engagement including value chain activities around livestock products in the pastoralist context..
 
In addition the Gender Officer will work with the Gender Team Leader to ensure that PROGRESS team members and consortium partners are actively programming and operating to a high-standard for gender integration into projects for all sectors and practice areas including governance, market systems, gender empowerment, and natural resource management with a focus in water resources management, livestock and rangeland management, climate smart agriculture, and urban issues.
 
Essential Job Functions:
 
Technical Capacity
  • Work with the Gender Team Leader to promote gender integration in to the various sector-based activities of PROGRESS.
  • When requested by the Gender Team Leader, provide training in leadership and negotiation for girls and women, including for the VSLA groups, and facilitating community-platform debates;
  • Promote female leadership skills through VSLA component, engaging men in decision making tools etc.
  • Conduct regular community consultations to ensure programming remains gender sensitive and on-track.
Activity Design and Implementation
  • Assist the Gender Team Leader in implementation and ensuring results in PROGRESS Output 3: reduced inequality and increased empowerment of women, men, boys, and girls.
  • Conduct field visits to ensure PROGRESS is reaching marginalized groups. Make recommendations and advise field staff in ways they can improve their targeting of key populations segments outlined in the PROGRESS agreement.
  • Collect sex and age disaggregated data while performing proactive and recurrent gender analysis. Analyze information and advise which groups are being missed (by linking sex and age).
  • Work with the Gender Advisor to develop curriculum for after school programs to address girls and boys and men-focused group series to build these groups social capital. Help train group facilitators to deliver and practice delivering the curriculum.
  • Seek community recommendations on how to best overcome identified challenges in addressing gender norms and behaviors and altering them.
  • Establish current awareness of the importance of gender-sensitive programming among partners and target participant groups including traditional leaders, government officials and youth group participants.
Research & Learning Studies
  • Work with the PROGRESS consortium partners focused on Monitoring and Evaluation and learning and advocacy partners to support and conduct studies as well as learning events in collaboration with the Gender Team Leader.
Gender Mainstreaming
  • Led by the Gender Team Leader, support the development and dissemination of PROGRESS gender research and findings.
  • Work with the Gender Team Leader to adapt and deliver gender mainstreaming training for Mercy Corps Wajir Field Office, partners and PROGRESS consortium members.
  • Work with the Gender Team Leader to provide gender technical reviews to program proposals, program tools, internal and external communications as needed
Organizational Learning: As part of Mercy Corps’ agency-wide Organizational Learning Initiative, all team members are responsible for spending 5% of their work time in formal and/or non-formal professional learning activities.
 
Supervisory Responsibility: None
 
Accountability: Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts towards accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international standards guiding international relief and development work while actively engaging beneficiary communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects.
 
Reports Directly To: Wajir-based Gender Team Leader
 
Works Directly With: Gender Team Leader, Wajir-based task teams, consortium partners and technical and support staff from Mercy Corps office in Portland, Oregon and Edinburgh, Scotland.
 
Knowledge and Experience:
  • 2 years of experience in design and implementation of development programs, preferably with a gender focus
  • Strong background in gender programming approaches
  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant subject
  • Experience conducting research and analysis on gender issues, including involvement with focus groups or research on sensitive issues
  • Experience working in the sectors of sexual and gender based violence, harmful traditional practices, the role of women in community-led processes, especially around natural resource management and other sensitive gender issues
  • Experience in the ASALs and working with pastoralist and Muslim-communities preferred
  • Experience adapting and implementing programmatic tools to address gender issues or to promote positive gender outcomes
  • Experience working on project monitoring and evaluation is preferred
  • Experience with training and capacity building of team members and partners is preferred
  • Experience working in Kenya, especially Northern Kenya
  • Somali language skills are strongly preferred.
Success Factors:
 
The successful candidate will have the following characteristics:
  • A strong team player, with good communication and diplomatic skills.
  • Proven ability to work independently as part of a regional team and with international professionals.
  • Proven information management skills.
  • Good organizational skills and ability to work under stress and in austere contexts of remote locations.
  • Flexible and creative in planning and problem solving.
  • Attention to detail, ability to follow procedures and meet deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team members.
  • Proven excellence maintaining professional internal and external relationships.
  • Willingness and ability to work in the Wajir context.
Somalis are encouraged to apply.

Programme Manager, PROGRESS Programme – Wajir
 
Programme / Department Summary: The PROGRESS Programme Manager will lead the implementation of a proposed multi-year project as part of DFID’s BRACED initiative (Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters). 

Mercy Corps anticipates a programme award under BRACED to implement the “Programme for Resilient Systems” (PROGRESS). 

If awarded, PROGRESS will be comprised of a multi-partner consortium poised to deliver a 36-month initiative designed to build absorptive, adaptive and transformative capacity of more than 500,000 individual households in northern Kenya (Wajir and Garissa) and northern Uganda (Karamoja). 

The Kenya-based Programme Manager will play a key role in implementation.
 
General Position Summary: The Programme manager will provide leadership, management and strategic vision to the implementation of the PROGRESS in northern Kenya, managing staff and resources, and consortium members, and to ensure that the program meets its targets and deliverables on-time and within budget. 

The Programme Manager will supervise program staff in Wajir and ensure accountability to Mercy Corps policies and donor rules and regulations. 

He/she will report to and work with the Programme Director to engage in program representation to donors, relevant government entities, partners, other implementers and external stakeholders. 

Managing the consortium-related aspects of this project will be key in ensuring the success of the project.

Essential Job Functions:

Program Implementation:
  
  • Provide leadership and strategic vision of program implementation, development and management. 
  • Ensure that program implementation is responsive to government counterparts, communities and partners, and aligned with Mercy Corps principles, values and strategic plan. 
  • Monitor adherence to grant agreement, Mercy Corps policies and procedures and relevant external rules and regulations. 
  • Oversee performance of consortium partners/sub-grantees. 
  • Conduct frequent field visits to all project sites and maintain strong and productive relationships with various partners and stakeholders at national, local and community levels.
Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) and Reporting: 
  • Facilitate the achievement of program targets and objectives and lead efforts to design effective M&E systems.
  • Oversee the scheduling and production of formal and informal reports on all aspects of the program in a timely and efficient manner. 
  • Ensure that M&E staff focus on assisting programs to generate practical information that can be used for ongoing program decision-making while also capturing results at the impact level.
Coordination and Representation: 
  • Represent Mercy Corps at government, donor, NGO and other relevant events in the field, in close coordination with the Country Director. 
  • Coordinate activities with consortium partners, sub grantees, local government and other implementers, as well as with other Mercy Corps programs.
Staff Management, Professional Development and Team building: 
  • Create a work atmosphere conducive to professional growth and development of personnel at all levels. 
  • Implement, and ensure all staff are effectively using, the performance planning and management system, establishing performance expectations and regularly providing constructive feedback. 
  • Promote accountability by conducting staff annual performance reviews with direct supervisees, and ensuring that supervisory staff do the same. 
  • Contribute to country team-building efforts, and ensure the integration of all team members into relevant decision-making processes.
Program Support Operations:
  • Coordinate with program and finance and administration staff to ensure operational systems are in place to support field activities including logistics (transport, warehousing and asset management), procurement, security, administration and human resources. 
  • Propose design of new local policies for greater efficiency and cost savings, as needed and in accordance with donor and Mercy Corps regulations.
Security:  
  • Work closely with the country teams’ security focal points to develop and maintain systems that ensure the safety and security of the team in all aspects of its work. 
  • Ensure that programs are designed and implemented with a clear analysis and understanding of security management priorities.
Organizational Learning: As part of Mercy Corps’ agency-wide Organizational Learning Initiative, all team members are responsible for spending 5% of their work time in formal and/or non-formal professional learning activities.

Supervisory Responsibility:
  • Direct supervision of: Country-level Project officers,
Accountability: Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts towards accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international standards guiding international relief and development work while actively engaging beneficiary communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects.

Reports Directly To:
 Programme Director based in Nairobi, Kenya
 

Works Directly With: Kenya Country Director, fellow Programme Managers in both countries (where multiple programs operate), and technical and support staff from Mercy Corps office in Portland, Oregon and Edinburgh, Scotland.

Knowledge and Experience:
  • MA, MSc or equivalent in governance and public policy, economic development or environmental policy or related field.
  • At least five years of experience including three years in a senior management position, including at a regional/cross-country level.
  • Previous experience with and strong understanding of DFID rules, regulations and compliance issues
  • Strong writing, communication, organization, prioritization and negotiating skills.
  • Strong management skills, with good understanding of relevant cross-cultural issues.
  • Experience contributing to donor-funded proposal processes including assessment, design, and writing
  • Proven understanding of both urban and rural livelihoods systems, climate change adaptation strategies, and resilience programming;
  • Experience implementing activities in Kenya, especially northern Kenya/ ASALs – with a strong understanding of the current political, economic, cultural and historical context. Knowledge of and experience working in Karamoja preferred.
  • Excellent quantitative skills required. Financial accounting experience preferred.
  • Experience in building and maintaining strong/productive relations with implementing and strategic partner agencies is preferred. This includes coordinating with government authorities and counterparts.
  • Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to follow procedures, meet deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team members.
  • Demonstrated success building, managing and leading a team of professionals.
  • Experience working in conflict environments is preferred.
  • Security management experience in remote and insecure environments.
Success Factors:
 

The successful candidate will have the following characteristics:
  • A strong team player, with good communication and diplomatic skills.
  • Proven ability to work independently as part of a regional team and with international professionals.
  • Excellent analytical and information management skills.
  • Good organizational skills and ability to work under stress and in austere contexts of remote locations.
  • Flexible and creative in planning and problem solving.
  • Attention to detail, ability to follow procedures and meet deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team members.
  • Proven excellence maintaining professional internal and external relationships.
  • A focus on building staff capacity.
Candidates who had previously applied for this position need not reapply

Somalis are encouraged to apply

Gender Team Leader, PROGRESS Programme – Wajir
 
Programme / Department Summary: The PROGRESS Team Leader will work in collaboration with the PROGRESS Programme Director, Programme Managers and PROGRESS consortium members in the implementation of a proposed multi-year project as part of DFID’s BRACED initiative (Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters). 

Mercy Corps anticipates a programme award under BRACED to implement the “Programme for Resilient Systems” (PROGRESS). 

PROGRESS will be comprised of a multi-partner consortium poised to deliver a 36-month initiative designed to build absorptive, adaptive and transformative capacity of more than 200,000 individual households in northern Kenya (Wajir County) and northern Uganda (Karamoja). The Wajir-based Gender Team Leader will play a key role in implementation. 

General Position Summary:
 The PROGRESS Gender Team Leader will work directly with the Programme Manager in Wajir and is responsible for developing and implementing the PROGRESS gender strategy in Wajir. 

The Gender Team Leader will provide a framework of activities to guide gender integration throughout the life of PROGRESS and across all technical sectors with the goal of enhancing absorptive, adaptive and transformative capacity for resilience of girls and women and augmenting access to assets, capital and decision-making processes.

The Gender Team Leader will provide direct support to the Wajir Programme Manager of PROGRESS to develop work plans per sector/practice area with clear targets and timeframes to ensure the greatest possible gender integration into program planning, strategic prioritization and sound implementation. Programme emphasis will be on the role of girls and women in collective decision making around community and natural resources, and the individual capacity for entrepreneurship and active market engagement including value chain activities around livestock products in the pastoralist context. 

The Gender Team Leader will also play a key role in advising around advocacy, policy formulation and gender sensitive budgeting with local and national government actors.

In addition the Gender Team Leader will ensure that PROGRESS team members and consortium partners are actively programming and operating to a high-standard for gender integration into projects for all sectors and practice areas including governance, market systems, gender empowerment, and natural resource management with a focus in water resources management, livestock and rangeland management, climate smart agriculture, and urban issues.

Essential Job Functions:
 
Technical Capacity
  • Coordinate closely, work with and the Wajir Programme Manager, Wajir-based Practice-Area Team Leaders and partners to promote gender integration in to the various sector-based activities of PROGRESS.
  • Develop training series on leadership and negotiation for girls and women, including for the VSLA groups, and facilitating community-platform debates;
  • Develop tools as needed for cross-cutting, cross-cutting integration of women in decision making around household governance, community change, management of natural and community resources, and advocacy for policy and budget formulation that is geared towards innovative gendered approaches.
  • Promote women leadership skills through VSLA component, engaging men in decision making tools etc.
  • Work with practice area Team Leaders and partners to ensure they have the female staff needed to interact with girls and women in the community.
  • In collaboration with the Mercy Corps technical support units, set up gender-focused elements of the PROGRESS monitoring system and work closely with M&E team to ensure sex and age disaggregated data is collected and that gender analysis is applied.
  • Conduct regular community consultations to ensure programming remains gender sensitive and on-track.
  • Provide technical support on gender integration in various market facilitation activities in Wajir geared towards the augmentation of value-addition for livestock products, small business development, and general capacity building for females in pastoralist settings, females in urbanizing contexts, and females who are transitioning between the two.
Activity Design and Implementation
  • Take the lead in implementation and ensuring results in PROGRESS Output 3: reduced inequality and increased empowerment of women, men, boys, and girls.
  • Maximize program participation and increase empowerment opportunities for currently marginalized groups
  • Collect sex and age disaggregated data while performing proactive and recurrent gender analysis.
  • Develop curriculum for after school programs to address girls and boys and men-focused group series to build these groups social capital and ensure maximum participant engagement from the beginning of the program while mitigating risk of exposure to gender based violence.
  • Seek community recommendations on how to best overcome identified challenges in addressing gender norms and behaviors and altering them.
  • Establish current awareness of the importance of gender-sensitive programming among partners and target participant groups including traditional leaders, government officials and youth group participants.
  • Participate actively in the design of the value-chain and small business development activities in rural Wajir County and Wajir Town to ensure adequate gender integration.
Research & Learning Studies
  • Design qualitative gender research that address key questions Mercy Corps trying to understand
  • Work with the PROGRESS consortium partners focused on Monitoring and Evaluation and learning and advocacy partners to support and conduct studies as well as learning events.
Gender Mainstreaming
  • Support the development and dissemination of PROGRESS gender research and findings.
  • Develop/adapt gender mainstreaming training for Mercy Corps Wajir Field Office, partners and PROGRESS consortium members
  • Provide gender technical reviews to program proposals, program tools, internal and external communications as needed
  • Provide direct support for gender advocacy in policy formulation at the county level, along with gender-sensitive budgeting that considers opportunities and mitigates risks to females engaged in pastoralism and those who are transitioning out of pastoralism.
Organizational Learning: As part of Mercy Corps’ agency-wide Organizational Learning Initiative, all team members are responsible for spending 5% of their work time in formal and/or non-formal professional learning activities.

Supervisory Responsibility:
 Gender Officer

Accountability:
 Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts towards accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international standards guiding international relief and development work while actively engaging beneficiary communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects.
 
Reports Directly To: Wajir- based Programme Manager
 
Works Directly With: Wajir Programme Manager and Team Leaders, consortium partners and technical and support staff from Mercy Corps office in Portland, Oregon and Edinburgh, Scotland.
 
Knowledge and Experience:
  • 5 years of experience in design and implementation of development programs, preferably with a gender focus
  • Strong background in gender programming approaches
  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant subject, Master’s Degree preferred
  • Experience conducting research and analysis on gender issues, including leading focus groups or research on sensitive issues
  • Experience working in the sectors of sexual and gender based violence, harmful traditional practices, the role of women in community-led processes, especially around natural resource management and other sensitive gender issues
  • Experience in the ASALs and working with pastoralist and Muslim-communities preferred
  • Experience designing and adapting programmatic tools to address gender issues or to promote positive gender outcomes
  • Experience working on project monitoring and evaluation
  • Experience with training and capacity building of team members and partners
  • Experience with the impact on women and girls of inter-community conflict a plus
  • Experience working in Kenya, especially Northern Kenya
  • Somali language skills are strongly preferred.
Success Factors:
 
The successful candidate will have the following characteristics:
  • A strong team player, with good communication and diplomatic skills.
  • Proven ability to work independently as part of a regional team and with international professionals.
  • Excellent analytical and information management skills.
  • Good organizational skills and ability to work under stress and in austere contexts of remote locations.
  • Flexible and creative in planning and problem solving.
  • Attention to detail, ability to follow procedures and meet deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team members.
  • Proven excellence maintaining professional internal and external relationships.
  • A focus on building staff capacity.
  • Willingness and ability to work in the Wajir context.
Somalis are encouraged to apply.

Programme Coordinator & Learning Manager, PROGRESS Programme – Nairobi 
Programme / Department Summary: The PROGRESS Programme Coordinator and Learning Manager will work in collaboration with the PROGRESS Programme Director, Programme Managers and PROGRESS Consortium members in the implementation of a proposed multi-year project as part of DFID’s BRACED initiative (Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters).


Mercy Corps anticipates a programme award under BRACED to implement the “Programme for Resilient Systems” (PROGRESS). 

PROGRESS will be comprised of a multi-partner consortium poised to deliver a 36-month initiative designed to build absorptive, adaptive and transformative capacity of more than 200,000 individual households in northern Kenya (Wajir) and northern Uganda (Karamoja). 

The Kenya-based Programme Coordinator and Learning Manager will play a key role in programme implementation, help to generate and synthesize learnings from both Kenya and Uganda teams, and support the Project Director in the efficient management of PROGRESS. General Position Summary:
 
The Programme Coordinator and Learning Manager will work directly with Programme Director and Programme Managers to support oversight of accountability and adherence to Mercy Corps policies and donor rules and regulations, and program milestones and deliverables. 

He/she will report to and work with the Programme Director and engage in program representation to donors, relevant government entities, partners, other implementers and external stakeholders and convert program information into actionable management recommendations and guidance.

Essential Job Functions:
 
Program Implementation: The Programme Coordinator and Learning Manager will assist in the overall program management of PROGRESS program activities in both Kenya and Uganda, as well as facilitation of communication and program documentation and learning within the PROGRESS Consortium through support to programme planning, strategy development and communications between consortium members, program management staff and external partners. 

This role will also entail oversight of the multi-country activities of PROGRESS to support the Programme Director to ensure cross-country cohesion in resilience messaging, planning, monitoring, evaluation, implementation, and learnings. 

The Programme Coordinator and Learning Manager will also support operations around the PROGRESS learning agenda within each of the programme locations (Kenya and Uganda), and strategies for cross-country learning. 

As deputy to the Programme Director, the Programme Coordinator and Learning Manager will also be tasked with a shared representational role at resilience events and fora in the region and information management as it relates to resilience within Kenya and Uganda. 

The Programme Coordinator and Learning Manager will also assist with oversight of the PROGRESS communications strategy and lead in development of materials, presentations and other media in accordance with programme needs and the DFID/BRACED requirements.
 
Learning and Reporting: Support Programme Managers in the achievement of program targets and objectives and support efforts towards the design effective M&E systems and operations. Facilitate the coordination, scheduling and production of formal and informal reports and documentation and communication of reports and learning materials.
 
Coordination and Representation: Represent Mercy Corps at government, donor, NGO and other relevant events in the field, in close coordination with the Programme Director. Attend key events, committee meetings, fora, seminars, etc. as they relate to East Africa resilience. Coordinate activities with consortium partners, sub grantees, local government and other implementers, as well as with other Mercy Corps programs.
 
Staff Management, Professional Development and Team building: Contribute to country team-building efforts, and ensure the integration of all team and consortium members into relevant decision-making processes. Oversee the PROGRESS Programme Assistant.
 
Program Support Operations: Ensure close communication across cross-country field teams and consortium members regarding program activities and plans, challenges and obstacles to timely and quality implementation and programme learning. Coordinate with program, finance, and administration staff for troubleshooting and problem solving.
 
Organizational Learning: As part of Mercy Corps’ agency-wide Organizational Learning Initiative, all team members are responsible for spending 5% of their work time in formal and/or non-formal professional learning activities.
 
Supervisory Responsibility: Progress Programme Assistant
 
Accountability: Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts towards accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international standards guiding international relief and development work while actively engaging beneficiary communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects.
 
Reports Directly To: Programme Director based in Nairobi, Kenya
 
Works Directly With: PROGRESS Programme Director, Kenya and Uganda Country Directors, PROGRESS Programme Managers in both countries, consortium partners, and technical and support staff from Mercy Corps office in Portland, Oregon and Edinburgh, Scotland.
 
Knowledge and Experience:
  • MA, MSc or equivalent in governance, public administration, environmental policy or related field.
  • At least five years of experience including three years in a management position, preferably at a regional/cross-country level.
  • Previous experience with and strong understanding of DFID rules, regulations and compliance issues
  • Strong writing, communication, organization, prioritization and negotiating skills.
  • Strong management skills, with good understanding of relevant cross-cultural issues.
  • Experience contributing to donor-funded proposal processes including assessment, design, and writing
  • Proven understanding of both urban and rural livelihoods systems, climate change adaptation strategies, public administration and resilience programming;
  • Experience implementing activities in Kenya, especially northern Kenya/ ASALs – with a strong understanding of the current political, economic, cultural and historical context. Knowledge of and experience working in Karamoja preferred.
  • Excellent quantitative skills required. Financial accounting experience preferred.
  • Experience in building and maintaining strong/productive relations with implementing and strategic partner agencies is preferred. This includes coordinating with government authorities and counterparts.
  • Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to follow procedures, meet deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team members.
  • Demonstrated success building, managing and leading a team of professionals.
  • Experience working in conflict environments is preferred.
  • Security management experience in remote and insecure environments.
Success Factors:
 
The successful candidate will have the following characteristics:
  • A strong team player, with good communication and diplomatic skills.
  • Demonstrated writing abilities and ability to present information and trends pictorially
  • Proven ability to work independently as part of a regional team and with international professionals.
  • Excellent analytical, presentation and information management skills.
  • Good organizational skills and ability to work under stress and in austere contexts of remote locations.
  • Flexible and creative in planning and problem solving.
  • Attention to detail, ability to follow procedures and meet deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team members.
  • Proven excellence maintaining professional internal and external relationships.
  • A focus on building staff capacity
  • Willingness and ability to travel to Wajir County and Karamoja frequently for work purposes.
Interested candidates who meet the above required qualifications and experience should submit applications on or before 5th January 2015, by 4.00pm, containing a cover letter, detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) listing three professional references (including a recent supervisor) to hrkenya@ke.mercycorps.org

The email subject line must clearly quote the job title and location being applied for. 

Applications without the right subject heading will be automatically disqualified. 

Please do not attach any certificates.

(ONLY qualified candidates who meet all the essential required qualifications will be contacted for interviews)

NB:
 Mercy Corps does not charge any fee at any stage of the recruitment process.

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