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NGO Jobs in Kenya - International Rescue Committee

International Rescue Committee: A global leader in humanitarian assistance, the International Rescue Committee works in more than 40 countries offering help and hope to refugees and others uprooted by disaster, conflict and oppression.

The IRC has been in Kenya since 1992 providing life-saving services such as health care to refugees and vulnerable local communities. Currently, the IRC works in two refugee camps, Dadaab and Kakuma, in northern Kenya. The IRC supports communities in Turkana and Garissa Counties as well as in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi. 
 

Through its Peace Initiative Kenya (PIK) program it is also working in several counties throughout Kenya. 

The IRC implements programs in the areas of comprehensive primary health care, nutrition, protection, peace building, HIV/AIDS prevention, response to gender
based violence, livelihoods and governance. 


Applications are invited for the following position:


Health and Nutrition Coordinator
 
Sector: Health

Location: Kenya
 
Employee Type: Regular

Employee Category: Full Time

Job Purpose / Objective: The Health & Nutrition Coordinator   will be responsible for the vision, strategy, design, implementation and management of IRC’s health and Nutrition program in Kenya.

The HNC will provide technical support to the health and nutrition program for project design, proposal development and reporting, ensuring that IRC programs are of high quality and that programs are driven by data and learning. 

The HNC will be responsible for maintaining regular contact with all partners, including the MoH, County relevant County Government officials in project areas, UN agencies and other NGOs, and will also be responsible for fulfilling IRC strategic objectives for the health sector.

The position is based in Nairobi with 60% frequent visits to the field program sites. S/he reports to the Deputy Director – Programs (DDP).

Key Responsibilities:

Program Management:
  • Provide technical supervision and guidance of all IRC health and nutrition projects. Extend technical support and supervision to the IRC’s implementing partners as the need arises.
  • Ensure that the health and nutrition projects in Kenya utilize standardized protocols, policies and guidelines, as outlined by the Ministry of Health, Kenya, UNHCR, SPHERE, and WHO health standards in emergencies.
  • Ensure that all activities are consistent with established best practices.
  • Participate in the development of annual program budgets; Ensure implementation of Health and Nutrition related activities in line with approved budgets and spending plans.
  • Where necessary, in collaboration with program managers, revise plans and budgets to maintain program quality and progress; work with the Grants Coordinator to ensure all program activities are implemented in compliance with donor requirements.
  • Promote the quality of the IRC’s health programs by setting up quality assurance mechanisms  
Technical Monitoring and Program Quality:
  • Provide technical supervision of, and technical support to IRC Kenya health and nutrition programming activities;
  • Oversee the collection and timely reporting of data and statistics for all health and nutrition programs in line with IRC’s REL (Research, Evaluation & Learning) guidelines and according to internal and donor requirements;
  • Ensure that the stated goals and objectives of all health projects are met with strong monitoring and evaluation (M&E) follow up, including any required operational research, with technical support from the Health Information Management team in New York Health Unit and the Country Technical Advisors for health and nutrition as needed.
  • Participate in the design of robust M&E plans and design/adapt health information systems including surveillance systems for the IRC health and nutrition programs in Kenya.
  • Ensure sound data collection and information management systems are in place for ongoing performance analysis and programmatic action based on data and identified needs.
  • Lead technical assessments as a basis for primary health care and nutrition program development.
  • Monitor evolving needs of the target communities and adjust the programmatic priorities as necessary;
  • Coordinate and develop project proposals for the IRC Kenya Health & Nutrition Program in close collaboration with the Health Technical Unit in New York.
Staff Development:
  • Participate in the development of staff development plans for health staff based on performance reviews in collaboration with the human resources department and contribute to the training of health staff (mentoring, as well as formal trainings).
  • Develop/organize training opportunities to build the capacity of the health staff and local partners in order to transfer skills.  This includes staff training in program management areas such as reporting, budgeting, monitoring, evaluation, and supervision.
  • Provide technical support and participate in reviewing health program staff performance reviews
Business Development and Fundraising:
  • Proactively look for funding opportunities for Health and Nutrition programming in Kenya.
  • Write timely and quality proposals and review donor reports in collaboration with Program Managers, other Technical Coordinators and the Health and Nutrition Technical Advisors.
  • Develop strategic partnerships with local and international organizations, where possible.
Coordination, Representation and Advocacy:
  • Represent IRC Kenya in external Health and Nutrition related forums; 
  • actively develop and maintain effective working relationships with key stakeholders in Kenya including donors, government actors, UN agencies (especially UNHCR), international and local NGOs, and other relevant actors; 
  • identify health and nutrition related advocacy issues in consultation with the country management.
Others 
  • Provide leadership and direction on integration of health and nutrition activities with other sectors including, but not limited to, HIV/AIDS, WASH, livelihoods and women protection; work with relevant stakeholders to conduct operational research and document and disseminate lessons learnt.
Required Qualifications, Experience & Competencies:
  • Degree in Health e.g. MBChB, MD
  • Advanced degree in Public health is highly recommended.
  • Minimum 5 years experience in primary health and nutrition programs in resource poor settings with at least 3 years in project management position.
  • Demonstrated skills in quantitative and qualitative research methodologies.
  • Experience and competency in proposal development, report writing and grant management.
  • Competent in Windows, MS office programs, email and database (HMIS, PEPFAR database, EPI-Info) experience.
  • Strong communication, people management and analytical skills.
  • Strong management, assessment, project planning, organisational, interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Fluency in English and Swahili, spoken and written- a must
  • Ability to multitask, manage pressure and flexibility
  • Experience of and ability to work in complex emergency.
  • Training and competency in LQAS, SPSS, SQUEAC and SMART methodology for conducting surveys is an added advantage.
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.

How to Apply

CLICK HERE to apply online

Clinical Officer
 
Sector: Health

Location: Kenya
 
Employee Type: Regular

Employee Category: Full Time

Job Description: Working under the guidance and supervision of the Medical Officer In Charge of Clinics, the clinical officer is directly responsible for the overall management of the clinic assigned. 

Key Responsibilities
 
He or she will specifically be responsible for:
 
Programming
  • Overall in-charge of the daily administrative functions at the clinic.
  • In coordination with the Medical Officer in Charge of Clinics, formulate clinic goals, objectives and intervention strategies.
  • Ensure high quality of patient care by conducting regular quality of care assessments of the clinic and implementing recommendations thereof.
  • Report notifiable diseases immediately. Evaluation of services through monitoring morbidity and mortality rates through monthly statistical reports.
  • Participate in and ensure that weekly facility meetings are held.
  • Participate in the Hospital Call system.
  • Arrange a rotation schedule with fellow clinicians.
  • Prepare monthly work/activity plans for him/herself for review by the M.O I/C of Clinics.
  • Ensure a participatory and inclusive atmosphere by fostering good relations with all stakeholders including the clinic staff and members of the refugee community.
  • Ensure high quality programming at the clinic with mainstreaming of the principles of protection (safe programming), disaster risk reduction and environmental awareness activities.
  • Participate in camp health surveys and campaigns e.g. Nutrition, Immunization as may be required.
Human Resource Management
  • Overall In charge of the staff both national and incentive at the clinic.
  • Monitoring and supervision of the medical staff; both national and refugee to ensure that work is done properly and efficiently.
  • Routinely monitor staff performance according to their job description and set objectives.
  • Evaluation and appraisal of staff through the IRC Performance Management process especially for national staff.
  • Develop ongoing education programs for clinic based health staff as well as identifying their training needs.
  • Review personnel issues and concerns of medical staff and assist with determining and implementing solutions.
  • Determine personnel needs for field level activities and in coordination with the Human Resource office take part in recruitment of incentive staff.
Operations
  • Ensure that all statistical reports are accurate and submitted weekly, monthly, quarterly and annually as may be required.
  • Maintain an updated record and compile and submit monthly inventory reports of all hospital assets and equipment.
  • Review, authorize and keep accurate records of all requisitions, duty rosters and applications for leave.
  • Monitor and ensure the proper usage of program supplies.
  • Participate in annual program planning process and budget implementation. Recommend budget revisions to focus on priority areas and assist with rising of fresh bulk supplies orders every trimester.
Communication and Reporting
  • Monitor closely morbidity and mortality trends together with all the other health indicators.
  • Convene/attend integrated facility staff meetings.
  • Ensure adequate flow of information for all supervisees with constant feedback as may be required.
Carry out other relevant or requested duties as may be required

Key Result Areas:
  • Ability to provide overall leadership at the assigned clinic or department.
  • Ensure timely and quality health care services to refugees
  • Maintain accurate inventory and ensure rational use of medical supplies and drugs
Required Qualifications:
  • Diploma in clinical medicine from KMTC or any other renowned institution.
  • Be registered and have a valid license from the Clinical Officers’ Council.
Required Experience & Competencies:
  • At least two years work experience in a busy hospital/clinic set up.
  • Experience working with a non-profit humanitarian organization.
  • Ready to work in difficult environmental conditions
  • Be a team player
  • Flexibility at work
  • Cultural sensitivity
  • Knowledge of Turkana or Somali languages will be an added advantage.
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.

How to Apply
 

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 to apply online

Finance Intern
 
Sector: Finance 

Location: Kenya
 
Employee Type: Regular 

Employee Category: Full Time 

Job Purpose / Objective:
 IRC Kenya is working to achieve optimal performance in terms of program quality strengthening operations and finance department by emerging tools, systems and staff capacity to adhere to IRC policies and procedures and donor compliance.

Summary of Key Functions

 The Finance Intern will offer services in Finance dept by assisting in the following tasks:-
  • Assist in the retrieval and filing of documents neatly .
  • Assisting in processing of payments in Finance dept by writing cheques, facilitating approvals and preparation of remittances.
  • Assist in compiling accruals for closing grants and preparing journals.
  • Assisting the Finance Assistant in maintain the payments register and ensuring all incoming payments are recorded by the relevant staff
  • Rubber stamping ‘paid’ on all documents once cash vouchers are signed and cash disbursed and before filing.
  • Maintain an organized and well documented (all files must be labeled properly and visibly) and sequential filing system for all cash disbursement vouchers.
  • Assist in reconciling supplier statements and ensuring all balance are up to date
  • Compilation of commitments for input in BVAs
  • Be receptive to the training IRC will give to develop your technical and professional competence
  • Be adaptable and flexible with a view to taking on board new tasks and new assignments in due course
  • To act at all times in accordance with US and Kenyan Law and Standard accounting practice.
  • Any other duties as may be assigned by supervisor.
Required Qualifications:
  • A bachelor’s degree in Finance/Business Administration with minimum CPA II qualification
Required Experience & Competencies:
  • Work experience in a similar position.
  • Knowledge in Excel
  • Knowledge of SUN accounting software applications is an added advantage
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.

How to Apply

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Deputy Regional Director of Program - ACME Region
 
Sector: Program Management 

Location: Kenya
  
Employee Type: Regular

Employee Category: Full Time

Background:
 IRC’s International Programs focus on various relief and rehabilitation programs for refugees, internally displaced persons and communities affected by conflict in different regions worldwide. 

Each region is managed by a regional team that oversees the region’s country programs, headed by a Regional Director (RD), and Deputy RD for Programs (DRDP), supported by a Regional Program Officer (PO),a Program Manager (PM) and Program Assistant (PA).  

IRC has programs in the following sectors: health and environmental health; child and youth protection and development; women’s protection and empowerment; economic recovery; and governance and rights.

Scope of Work: The Deputy Regional Director for Programs in the ACME region will provide a range of strategic, management and programmatic support to the countries.  

The DRDP focuses primarily on program quality, in all aspects, including design, implementation, monitoring, and budgeting.  

The DRDP liaises closely with other members of the regional team, as well as country management and HQ staff in NY, London and European offices.  

The DRDP supports the RD in advocacy and management initiatives to ensure strong, consistent, and high quality management of the region as a whole.  

The DRDP is required to travel regularly to country offices to provide management support and monitor program quality, as well as to participate in strategic planning sessions and regional meetings.  

The DRDP reports to the Regional Director.

Responsibilities:
  • Coordinate with the RD on regional portfolio growth strategy, country program start-ups, and regional quality enhancement initiatives.
  • Oversee and support the development of strong strategy action plans in each country office that are consistent with IRC’s overall strategic plan; monitor regular review and updating of strategic plans.  
  • Ensure country programs emphasize IRC’s outcome framework, including charting progress.
  • Coordinate country program work on initiatives linked to our strategic objectives of Effectiveness, Best Use of Resources, Scale and Reach, Speed and Timeliness, Responsiveness, and Research and Development.
  • Promote and support strong design, monitoring capacity in country programs, ensure quality evaluations in compliance with IRC’s evaluation guidelines, and encourage a culture of learning within the region.
  • Work in partnership with sector technical advisors and directors to ensure technical assistance is leveraged and realized most effectively in the region and contribute to discussions on direction of the Program Quality Unit.
  • Promote and support institutionalization of the Outcomes Framework in country programs.
  • Mentoring and management support – as agreed with the RD – for Country Directors and Deputy Directors.
  • Monitoring of projects deemed particularly strategic for the agency to ensure program quality and compliance.
  • Represent IRC to donors, host governments, UN and colleague NGOs, as needed.
  • Supervise senior program staff for regional projects.
  • Monitor regional developments and lead on strategic development for regional and country program initiatives.
  • Participate in development of regional advocacy priorities; review and assist country programs to develop advocacy priorities and strategies; and other promotional activities as agreed with the RD.
  • Other program or management-related activities as determined by the RD.
Requirements
  • Masters degree in relevant area (preferred but not required).
  • 7-10 years in senior program management roles, with several of these being in an international NGO.
  • Ability in ‘big picture’ thinking and planning, but comfortable delving into micro issues as well. 
  • Experience in strategic planning strongly preferred.
  • Experience working with a complex donor portfolio and in developing and managing post-conflict development programming preferred, including experience in both conflict and development contexts.
  • Strong interpersonal and training skills, ability to work in multi-cultural environments.
  • Strong communication skills
  • Diverse background in programs, with strong understanding of DME, strong analytical skills, and experience leading strategic planning processes.
How to Apply

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Research Liaison Officer
 
Sector: Women's Protection and Empowerment 

Location: Kenya  

Employee Type: Regular 

Employee Category: Full Time 
 
Job Purpose / Objective: The Research Liaison Officer (RLO) is the focal point for the “What Works” research project and will support other research and evaluation activities within the Women’s Protection and Empowerment (WPE) sector in the IRC Kenya Program.  

The What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls in Conflict and Humanitarian Crises (“What Works”) is a five year research project funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID). 

The project aims to deliver a portfolio of research, capacity building and research uptake in a number of settings, including Dadaab Refugee Camp in Kenya. 


IRC is leading a consortium of NGOs and research partners to deliver the research project in Kenya. The roles of the RLO will include coordinating research and evaluation activities as well administrative and logistical support for the “What Works” project.  

The RLO will be charged with facilitating communication among the different stakeholders, and implementing partners, support reporting on project deliverables, and organize workshops to learn, share and discuss research findings and supporting external research consultants. S/he may also take the lead in conducting internal evaluations for the WPE sector. 

The position will be based in Dadaab with travel as required. The position reports to the Field coordinator and technical reporting will be to WPE Coordinator.

Responsibilities:

Research
  • Support external researchers in carrying out research work within Dadaab refugee camps in conducting the “What Works” research project
  • Supervise research assistants carrying out data collection for What Works program
  • Ensure adherence in the field to general research design, sample selection, data management and analysis and overall management for research activities
  • Act as liaison between community and research teams while coordinating the respondents participation,
  • Support the overall coordination of research and evaluations conducted in the WPE sector
  • Take lead in carrying out internal evaluations and period assessments in monitoring program performance in WPE sector,
  • Support research assistants in data collection where called upon
  • Offer monitoring and evaluation support including analysis of the GBV IMS data for program learning
Coordination
  • Keep the IRC and other stakeholders appraised of “What Works” project progress on regular basis
  • Provide linkage and manage all information and contact requests between the Kenya country program, different research teams including the IRC What Works Project Team and GBV Screening Research Project Team, external research teams, and other local partners in Dadaab and Nairobi
  • Ensure mobilization, coordination and scheduling of research respondents,
  • Plan and organize work sessions (including Skype calls) among different partners involved in the research projects and support and coordinate preparatory arrangements of work sessions to ensure that the agendas, minutes, research briefings, and all necessary information is prepared and disseminated to participants.
  • Offer logistical support and administrative roles for research teams and link with implementing partners in ensuring adherence to research schedules,
Facilitation
  • Schedule appointments/meetings and follow up on agreed actions with identified stakeholders including, Kenyan research consortium members and research teams
  • Organize, facilitate and maintain minutes of regularly scheduled meetings between Health and WPE sectors in order to share information and problem-solve as necessary
  • Manage administrative tasks for the research projects including all research study mission travel, accommodation, pre-arrival and in-country assistance for researchers
  • Maintain positive and productive working relationships with staff, research partners and other community-based partners that IRC works with in Kenya.
Information and Knowledge Management
  • Prepare, implement, and monitor monthly work plans for the Kenyan projects so that field teams in Dadaab and management teams in Nairobi are knowledgeable about research project activities
  • Compile, manage, and disseminate relevant information – including current maps, assessments, and other reports relevant to research aims
  • Produce monthly research briefs that can be used to inform advocacy and programming strategies.
  • Other duties as required by supervisor.
Required Qualifications:
  • BA degree in social sciences
  • Experience conducting and coordinating research projects
  • Demonstrated experience producing reports and meeting minutes
  • Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, and execute multiple tasks in a fast paced environment with minimum supervision
  • Demonstrated ability to use social media and a range of presentational platforms
  • Flexibility a and ability to work under pressure
  • Strong written and oral communication skills and complete fluency in English, knowledge of local language is added advantage
  • Cultural sensitivity and experience working with diverse partners
Required Experience & Competencies:
  • Experience with presenting research findings at public forums, including to non-research focused audiences
  • Knowledge of Gender based violence and gender issues in conflict;
  • Experience working in resource poor contexts
  • Skills and knowledge in using data analysis packages will be an added advantage
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.

How to Apply

CLICK HERE to apply online 

Design Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator
 
Sector: Program Management           
 
Location: Kenya           
 
Employee Type: Regular           
 
Employee Category: Full Time           

Job Description:
 Working under the supervision and guidance of the Deputy Director Programs, the DM&E Coordinator will be part of the country Senior Management Team. 

The position will work closely with all technical coordinators to improve program quality through improved data management systems and processes. 

The position will also act as focal point for all project evaluations.

To lead the DM&E processes of intentional design and gathering of evidence of programs. 


This will be done through the development and maintenance of a specific design and evaluation processes through the selection and roll out of a ‘tool box’ of DM&E approaches for IRC Kenya, ongoing analysis of progress towards the targets, ensuring program accountability in reporting. 

The DM&E is also responsible for providing technical support including the DM&E related capacity building processes for the country program.
 
Key Responsibilities

General Responsibilities:
  • Support implementation and updating of the IRC measurement action strategy to ensure effective:
  1. Indicator monitoring across projects, including incorporation of organizational core indicators
  2. Routine monitoring of program activities
  3. Assessments of beneficiary needs
  4. Evaluations of the effectiveness of program interventions
  5. Data collection, including digital data collection where feasible
  6. Data storage and secure accessibility of data by project staff and country/regional management
  • Work with other technical coordinators to implement the measurement action strategy, with a focus on:
  1. Coordinated monitoring of project activities, ensuring that activities are carried out or as planned or adjusted/adapted as needed
  2. Documented processes of beneficiary needs, ensuring that tools and methodologies are appropriate.
  3. Using data for decision making and action
  • Support technical coordinators in developing log frames for new project proposals, including consistency with the IRC’s library of core outcomes and indicators
  • Work with technical coordinators to ensure that programs are using the right tools and have the proper procedures in place to achieve both collection of high quality data and the effective use of those data
  • Implement the IRC’s program data platform
  • Support collection and updating of program dashboard to provide monthly summaries of key program indicators and assessment results for decision making by country and regional management
  • Support technical coordinators in analysis of data for both documentation of program progress and decision making
Capacity building:
  • Contribute to capacity building of project staff and partner organizations to design and utilize M&E tools, surveys, evaluations and other M&E activities
Supervisory Responsibilities:
  • Administratively and technically supervise any project specific M&E managers as appropriate.
Grant Management and compliance:
  • Work with the field teams to ensure that program indicators are tracked through regular field visits;
  • Review all reports to ensure that data provided is reliable and accurate and that target indicators are met and explanations provided where indicators are not met;
  • Ensure that programs are on track through keeping and updating indicator tracking sheets.
Coordination, Representation and Advocacy:
  • Represent IRC Kenya at inter-agency M&E coordination forums
Required Qualification / Experience & Competencies:
  • Master’s degree in social science, humanities or other related degree
  • Thorough knowledge of MS Office
  • Experience with qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis using packages like Epi-info, SPSS, MS-Excel, MS-Access, MS-Word
  • Strong data interpretation skills, report writing and presentation skills
  • Demonstrated experience in capacity building and mentoring of staff
  • Knowledge, skills and experience in participatory methods
  • Experience in use of data to inform decision-making, planning, and performance monitoring
  • Excellent interpersonal and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work independently, under pressure and to adhere to set deadlines
  • Simultaneously managing multi-sectoral and multi-donor projects
  • Conversant with standard indicators in health, economic empowerment, protection an added advantage
  • Experience in grant management and proposal writing
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.

How to Apply

CLICK HERE
 to apply online 

Construction Manager
 
Sector: Construction Management           
 
Location: Kenya           
 

 
Employee Type: Regular           
 
Employee Category: Full Time           

Job Description: Working under the supervision and guidance of the Deputy Director Programs, the IRC Kenya is looking to recruit a Construction Manager with engineering background to oversee implementation of all construction works being under-taken by the country program. 

This will include construction / rehabilitation of health facilities, latrines, staff housing and medical waste pits among others. 

The successful candidate will have extensive knowledge and experience of housing installation and maintenance, latrine and waste pit construction, trough and water storage structures, shallow well rehabilitation, and social survey techniques as well as general knowledge of construction. 

The position is based in Kakuma with frequent travels to other field sites.

The position will work closely with all Field Coordinators to ensure quality constructions and liaise closely with the technical coordinators. 

The position will be the focal point for all construction and rehabilitation works.

Key Responsibilities

General Responsibilities:
  • Ensure timely implementation of all aspects of construction components for the IRC Kenya  programs
  • Create and follow activity and spending plans in transparent manner
  • Provide designs for construction/ rehabilitation of construction projects including realistic bills of quantities.
  • Obtain all statutory approvals for constructions
  • Train health facility staff on maintenance of latrines and waste pits including any other community based projects.
  • Ensure accurate and timely reporting of project activities
  • Ensure cross-program integration, learning, sharing and adoption of best practices from other IRC construction activities
  • Undertake and implement basic baseline data and monitoring activities with respect to program activities
  • Ensure effective integration and mainstreaming of gender in all programs
  • Produce accurate procurement documents for logistics and finance
  • Keep accurate records of project materials used for the project and their costs
  • Follow all IRC security protocols
  • Undertake any other activities as required to fulfil the requirements of IRC programs.
Supervisory Responsibilities:
  • Administratively and technically supervise construction supervisor and clerk of works where applicable.
  • Hire and supervise contractors for all constructions and escalate any challenges in a timely version.
Grant Management and compliance:
  • Work with the field teams to ensure that program designs include quality construction estimates that are implementable;
  • Review all reports to ensure that data provided is reliable and accurate based on construction progress.
Coordination, Representation and Advocacy:
  • Liaise on a regular basis with relevant ministry representatives and other international and national actors in order to ensure effective coordination of all activities

Required Qualification / Experience & Competencies:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or construction.
  • At least five years of prior professional experience in health and or a water engineering related position
  • Experience hiring and overseeing contractors
  • Experience in mechanical and electrical maintenance of generators and pumps and water storage structures
  • Operational knowledge of Auto CARD or any other engineering software plus Microsoft Office software
  • Excellent interpersonal and time management skills
Preferred Qualifications
  • Previous work experience with an NGO
  • Previous experience working directly with communities and construction contractors.
  • Previous experience liaising with government ministries
  • Previous work experience in an emergency environment
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.

How to Apply

CLICK HERE to apply online

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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.


Disclaimer: Please take note that International Rescue Committee (IRC) does not ask for any fees in connection with its recruitment processes. In the event that you receive any request  for payment of any sort, please get in touch with us on Tel: +(254-020) 2727730, Email: IRCKenya@rescue.org or report to the nearest police.

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