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Assistant Project Manager Job in Kenya

Concern Worldwide is an international non-governmental humanitarian organization dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty in the world’s poorest countries.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified Kenyan nationals for the following position:
 

Job Title: Assistant Project Manager - ASAL Food Income and Markets
 
Location: Maikona, Chalbi with Significant Travel throughout Marsabit
 
Contract: One Year Renewable
 
Job Summary: The incumbent will provide hands on technical support to local partners and communities in the implementation of sustainable ASAL livelihoods interventions with a strong focus on community participatory approaches to enhance community capacity


Job Specification:
  • A degree in Agri-business, Agriculture, Livestock Production, Applied Economics or related discipline.
  • At least three (3) years of experience with at least one (1) year supervisory experience in a rural/ASAL livelihoods programme that works with and through local partners
  • Knowledge and experience of participatory methodologies for use in community development, programme design and implementation
  • Excellent oral and written skills in English and Kiswahili. Fluency in the local language/s is preferred.
A detailed ToR for this position may be obtained by sending an email to the following address: concern.kenyavacancies@concern.net

Interested candidates, who meet the above requirements, should send a CV and covering letter, with the subject of the email as Assistant Project Manager-ASAL FIM to: The Human Resource Manager, Concern Worldwide, Nairobi, to the following email address: nairobi.hr@concern.net

Each application should include three referees who can validate technical expertise.

Telephone contacts must be submitted with the application.

The closing date for application is Sunday 3rd May 2015.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview.


Concern’s Programme Participant Protection Policy and the Concern Code of Conduct have been developed to ensure the maximum protection of programme participants, especially beneficiaries, from abuse and exploitation.

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