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International Rescue Committee (IRC) 

Vacancy: HIV Officer - Lodwar
 
Sector: Health  

Location: Kenya 

Employee Type: Regular 

Employee Category: Full Time 

Job Purpose / Objective: The International Rescue Committee – Kenya Program with funding from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) implements a Community Based HIV & AIDS prevention Project in Turkana County in the North - Rift region of Kenya.

IRC wishes to recruit a HIV Officer to directly oversee the implementation of HIV prevention interventions for youth - in – schools in Turkana County.


Key Responsibilities

Technical & Administrative Program Support
  • Work jointly with the Ministry of Education (MoE) to Identify and mobilize schools to participate in the HIV prevention, Life skills and AIDS Education in Schools intervention.
  • Jointly work with the Program Manager to organize, plan, coordinate and conduct capacity building trainings for both focal and implementing teachers including the development of training budgets, modification of training curriculums and other training materials, designing participants certificates etc.
  • With the guidance, support and direction of the Program Manager, take lead in the preparation, planning, organization and coordination of activities during the commemoration of National & International events. e.g. World AIDS Day.
  • Work closely with the Program Manager and other program staff in the design and production of age - appropriate and culturally sensitive BCC and IEC materials.
  • Develop, coordinate and execute timely distribution of intervention supplies e.g. BCC/IEC materials and other teaching aids to participating schools.
  • Remotely support and technically guide focal teachers in conducting sensitization sessions for implementing teachers.
  • Remotely guide implementing teachers in the appropriate referral and linkage of pupils for appropriate bio - medical services.
  • Support participating schools in the identification of Adolescents Living with HIV, developing and implementing in - school stigma reduction strategies as well as formation and operationalization of Peer Support Groups for Adolescents Living with HIV.
  • With the support of the Program Assistant, prepare and follow through with payment requests and other attendant / requisite documents for teachers / MoE officials and other program participants for per diems and transport reimbursement during field activities.
Program Quality Monitoring, Reporting & Evaluation
  • Support the M&E / HIS team in the design and development of intervention reporting tools e.g. registers, summary log sheets, referrals forms etc
  • Work jointly with the M&E team to design, develop and operationalize a comprehensive, bio - medical referrals data base of all participating schools in Turkana County.
  • Working jointly with the M&E team to regularly review data presented by the focal teachers from their respective schools.
  • Compile monthly and quarterly intervention performance reports.
  • Plan and conduct joint field support supervision with MoE officials to support both focal and implementing teachers as well as monitor and assess the conduction of sessions, generation and management of program data from the field,
  • Documentation of the impact / outcome of the adolescent interventions in the behavior modification of the youth-in-schools.
  • Take lead in organizing and conducting feedback sessions with focal and implementing teachers during field visits in participating schools.
Networking, Coordination & Representation
  • Focal point for the HIV Prevention, Life skills and AIDS Education for Youth - in - Schools intervention.
  • Support efforts to link schools with catchment health facilities for easier bio - medical services referral.
  • Support the established adolescent PSSG’s in improved service delivery.
  • Supporting and working in close partnership with the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health officials in ensuring the successful implementation of the ABY intervention.
  • Appropriately linking the program with other stakeholders e.g. Catholic Diocese of Lodwar, County Director of Education, District Education Officers and Quality Assurance and Standards Officers.
  • Represent the Program Manager in meetings and forums as may be requested.
Leadership, Capacity Building & Mentorship
  • Support other program / field based staff in understanding the youth in schools intervention.
  • Occasionally stand in for the Program Manager as the Officer - in - charge of the program during periods of temporary absence
Required Qualifications:
  • Bachelors Degree in any of the following disciplines (Sociology, Anthropology, Counseling Psychology, Community Health, Social work, Community Development, Public Health,) or related courses
  • Training in Peer Education, Behavior Change Communication (BCC)9HIV Management, Monitoring & Evaluation is preferred.
  • Trained as a HIV Testing & Counselling (HTC) Counsellor
  • Trainer / TOT in Peer Education or Behavior Change Communication (BCC)
Required Experience & Competencies:
  • Demonstrated experience in HIV Program Implementation, Health Promotion and Participatory approaches
  • Demonstrated experience in development of IEC materials and BCC methodologies relating to HIV/AIDS and reproductive health.
  • Demonstrated experience in working with government health structures at the grassroots level as well local community structures.
  • Willingness to work in a challenging and demanding environment.
  • Knowledge of Ng’aturkana.
Kenyan nationals are encouraged to apply.  

International allowances are not available for this position. 

Salary and other benefits are compliant to the Kenyan NGO Sector.

How to Apply

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Vacancy: Finance Assistant
 
Sector: Finance  

Location: Kenya  

Employee Type: Regular  

Employee Category: Full Time
 
Job Purpose / Objective: Finance Assistant will be responsible for ensuring IRC systems and procedures of internal controls are followed when committing financial transactions in Kakuma and ensuring there is enough cash to implement the program activities

Key Responsibilities
  • Maintain petty cash at the set limit ensuring no cash shortage at all times.
  • Ensure that all cash payments are fully supported and are authorized at set limits as per IRC Kenya delineation chart before disbursement.
  • Prepare the petty cash upload spreadsheet to upload stage ready for review by Finance Officer
  • Monitor and track cash advanced to program and support staff on a monthly basis ensuring that liquidation reports are prepared and correction journals raised ready for review by finance officer
  • Incentives payments after receiving correctly coded and approved incentives staff payrolls from finance officer
  • Perform supervised petty cash counts every Friday
  • Ensure that all cash received is duly receipted, coded and promptly banked
  • Prepare all check disbursement vouchers. Ensure the payment is fully supported and duly authorized per the authorized delineation chart before writing the check
  • Ensure that once checks are signed they are collected by vendors and signed for proper identification of the person collecting and details indicated in the checks release register
  • Assist in preparation of bank reconciliation statement on a monthly basis for Kakuma bank account
  • Rubber stamping ‘paid’ on all such documents once checks and cash vouchers are signed before filing
  • Maintain an organized and well documented (all files must be labeled properly and visibly) and sequential filing system for all cash and cheque disbursement vouchers. 
  • Ensure that files with original documentations are sent to Nairobi on a monthly basis and duplicate files are maintained for field use.
  • Act as a bank agent for Kakuma bank account.
  • Carrying out finance officer duties in his/her absence.
  • To represent finance in weekly tender committee meetings when nominated to do so
  • 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.
Key Result Areas
  • Timely payments of suppliers and incentive staffs using fully authorized vouchers as per the authority delineation chart
  • Timely monitor and tracking of advances and processing of liquidations
  • Maintain up to date filling system for the financial documents and correspondence
  • Keep online update of the cash book spread sheets and reconciliation of the cash on a daily basis
  • Perform supervised petty cash counts every Friday
  • Rubber stamping ‘paid’ on all such documents once checks and cash vouchers are signed before filing
Required Qualifications:
  • O’ Level (Secondary Education)
  • CPA II qualification
Required Experience & Competencies:
  • At least three years of finance and accounting experience in a similar post
  • Knowledge of fund accounting, procurement and financial management of US and UN cooperative agreements.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office software.
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and time management skills
  • Supportive personnel management style and ability to work in and as a team
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Excellent spoken and written English.
Kenyan nationals are encouraged to apply.

International allowances are not available for this position. 

Salary and other benefits are compliant to the Kenyan NGO Sector.
How to Apply

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 to apply online 

Vacancy: Regional Emergency Preparedness Coordinator
 
Sector: Emergency Preparedness & Response 

Location: Kenya  

Employee Type: Regular  

Employee Category: Full Time

Description: The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future. 


Founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein, the IRC is supporting people forced to flee from war, conflict and disaster and the host communities which support them, as well as those who remain within their homes and communities. 

At work today in over 40 countries and 22 U.S. cities, we restore safety, dignity and hope to millions who are uprooted and struggling to endure. 

The IRC leads the way from harm to home.

The IRCs EPRU:
 The IRCs Emergency Preparedness and Response Unit (EPRU) leads or oversees IRCs global emergency preparedness and response activities. 

The mission of the EPRU is to help meet the immediate survival needs and reduce suffering in conflict or disaster affected populations during the acute phase of an emergency. 

The EPRU also works in protracted emergencies, where the risk to life may be reduced but the population is still subjected to rights abuses and a lack of basic services.

The EPRU is also charged with enhancing the IRCs global and country level emergency preparedness capacity.  

We  do this by supporting the development and training of IRC Country Emergency Teams, assisting in the development of emergency focused partnerships with local civil society organizations, supporting the IRC country teams in emergency preparedness planning, maintaining regional and global capacity to rapidly identify and deploy qualified emergency response personnel and supporting country-level contingency planning.
The IRC’s Horn, East Africa, Yemen and Zimbabwe (HEAZ) Region:
 The IRC has been working in the Horn and East Africa region since 1981, when it first launched an emergency response to help tens of thousands of people affected by the civil war in Sudan.

From that time, the IRC has expanded significantly to respond to the region’s numerous and protracted humanitarian emergencies and conflicts. 

IRC teams are currently on the ground in ten countries in the region: Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Yemen and Zimbabwe.

Scope of Work

The Regional Emergency Preparedness Coordinator (REPC) will lead the EPRU’s work within the HEAZ region of enhancing the organization’s preparedness to respond to emergencies on country level.  

S/he will support IRC country teams in the HEAZ region to respond better to small and medium sized crises through the development and training of Country Emergency Teams (CET). 

S/he will also support the development of partnerships for emergencies with national Civil Society Organizations (CSO) in the countries of the Region. 

The REPC has a key role in the planning and delivery of capacity and competency development activities for IRC CET staff and staff of CSO partner organizations that will also promote common approaches and standards across emergency responses. 

And finally s/he will supporting the process of increasing IRC country program emergency readiness through the development and regular updating of country emergency preparedness plans.

The REPC will be situated in the HEAZ regional team, and collaborate closely with the IRC’s EPRU and HEAZ Country Teams as well as other IRC departments, including Human Resources and Technical and Operations Units and will work closely with the EPRU’s Senior Emergency Preparedness Coordinator (HQ based) and other REPCs in other regions to assure a highly integrated work.

Responsibilities

Emergency Preparedness Planning on Country Level

Support and facilitate the Emergency Preparedness Planning process of IRC country teams in high-risk countries in the Region, managing the draft finalization, feedback, approval and recurring review processes of the Emergency Preparedness Plan (EPP) as well as follow-up on progress of the country team against the emergence preparedness action points identified in the EPP.
 
Support and facilitate the process to jointly assess the IRC country team’s and their CSO partner’s readiness to respond to emergencies and to develop and implement joint preparedness and response plans.
 
Manage the development of a regional emergency preparedness perspective through analyzing the EPPs from within the region and identifying hazards and threats that could affect neighboring countries and supporting the development and maintenance of a regional emergency-risk monitoring and preparedness tool.

Capacity Building of Staff on Emergency Preparedness and Response

Advise and support IRC country teams in the process and procedure to identify and select appropriate and motivated staff for the CET.
 
Support the continuous assessment of emergency response capacity and competency needs of CET staff and assist in the corresponding development of capacity and competency building tools and training resources necessary for setting up effective and efficient emergency response teams
 
Manage the delivery of emergency response competency and capacity building training to CET staff within their Region and assist IRC country teams in the development of efficient and effective CETs.
 
Provide input to the EPRU’s Senior Emergency Preparedness Coordinator into the process of further development and improvement of capacity and competency development tools and resources.
 
In collaboration with the country teams within the Region and the EPRU Deployment Coordinator, assist in the selection of staff e.g. from the CETs to the Internal Emergency Roster (IER) and manage the further preparation, training and development of these staff for international emergency response deployment.

Partnership Development

The IRC’s new strategy places emphasis on the establishing and development of partnerships with CSOs. 

In this, the IRC will clearly move away from primarily sub-contracting out elements of program implementation to a partnership model that centers on actually investing in CSO partners to help them strengthen their own emergency response capacities.

The REPC will be instrumental in building relationships around shared objectives and vision - rather than only focusing on project and partners’ performance.

Support the IRC country teams in the process of evaluating and selecting potential CSO partners in high risk countries and support the establishing, developing and maintaining of these partnerships with a particular focus on partnering / collaboration in emergencies.
 
When needed, provide coordination and co-operation support to country teams and CSO partners during an emergency response.
 
Provide input to the EPRU’s Senior Emergency Preparedness Coordinator into the process of emergency response training tools and resources and manage the delivery of such trainings to IRC partner organizations in collaboration with the country team.
 
In collaboration with the IRC country teams and Partnership Unit, support established CSO partners with on-going, tailored, targeted support to help ensure effective application of emergency response skills.
 
Manage and support the process in the Region to establish, develop and maintain partnerships in high-risk countries where the IRC has no presence.

Requirements
  • Prior hands-on field experience and proven track record in:
1.    humanitarian staff competency and capacity development
2.    emergency preparedness planning and programs
3.    establishing and developing partnerships with local civil society organizations based on shared objectives and visions and through investing into CSO partners’ capacity strengthening
4.    organizing and facilitating training / capacity building workshops.
  • University degree in human resources, international development or related field, Masters degree preferred, equivalent work experience will be considered
  • Minimum of 5 years overseas experience, preferably in complex humanitarian and/or emergency settings.
  • Proven abilities in developing and implementing new structures and processes including building support and consensus across departments and delivering on timelines
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills (English) , bilingual (French or Arabic) advantageous
  • Previous experience in international humanitarian aid or development required
  • Able and willing to undertake significant travel within the Region to potentially insecure environments.
How to Apply

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Needs Assessment: Integrated HIV Prevention, Treatment and Care for Children and Adolescents in Kakuma Refugee Camp

Sector:
 Health

Location:
 Kenya 

Employee Type:
 Consultant

Employee Category:
 Not Applicable 

Introduction:
 In Kakuma refugee camp and the surrounding hosting community, HIV prevention, treatment and care services have existed for over 10 years; However, limited resources impede desired outcomes of enrolling each HIV positive person. 


This is mainly due to population growth as a result of influx of refugees and lack of appropriate information on the situation for children and adolescents regarding HIV. Thus, interventions targeting special categories of adolescents (those out of school, those reporting same sex relations and sex work) remain scarce in Kakuma and the host community.

It is with the above contexts, that  IRC  with funding from UNICEF  expanding its  focus on provision of universal, integrated, comprehensive, evidence-based, sustainable, age-appropriate, friendly and participatory interventions for children and adolescent HIV prevention, care and treatment. 

This project will complement IRC’s current efforts in HIV programming with a focus on strengthening IRC’s HIV prevention, treatment and care program including key population interventions to be more responsive to the needs of adolescents in both refugee camp and the host community.

The proposed project will thus focus on:
  • Establishing the HIV prevention, treatment, needs of children and adolescents in Kakuma refugee camp.
  • Supporting the establishment of a functional database on children and adolescents in Kakuma refugee camp and the host community in Turkana West Sub County with access to HIV treatment and care services.
  • Improving HIV prevention and protection services for adolescents reporting sex work and same sex interactions in Kakuma refugee camp and the host community in Turkana West sub County
  • Improving access to HIV, SRH and life skills education by adolescents in Kakuma refugee camp and the host community in Turkana West sub County.
To do this in the host community of Turkana West Sub County, the IRC will strengthen the capacity of Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) and Diocese of Lodwar (DOL) to implement the ‘Making Responsible Choices’ curriculum targeting youth in school age 10 -  14 years as well as the MoE approved life skills curriculum that integrate HIV prevention education. 

These two institutions have the capacity to pick up the interventions beyond the project’s life. 

In addition, the IRC will foster partnerships with community based organizations in the refugee camp by building their capacity to implement the healthy choices II intervention in future for adolescents out of school aged 15 – 19 years

Objective of the consultancy
  • HIV prevention services responsiveness to children and adolescents including young key populations.
  • HIV Care and Treatment services responsiveness to children and adolescents including Young Key Populations.
  • HIV support services responsiveness to children and adolescents including Young Key Populations living with HIV.
  • GBV Prevention and response services responsiveness to adolescents including Young Key Populations.
  • Data management responsiveness and sensitivity to children and adolescents including Young Key Populations.
Methodology

The assessment is formative in nature, should be participatory, take a systems-approach and combine an appropriate mix of methods. The project has specific and detailed monitoring indicators. Utilizing these indicators, an assessment  report , including a forward-looking evaluation/review, will be conducted. The recommendations will be included in the assessment report.

Data collection methods: The evaluation will draw on a variety of data collection methods including, but not limited to:
  • Desk-review of relevant documents.
  • SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats).
  • Quantitative analysis of existing MNH indicators.
  • Semi-structured interviews and/or focus groups with targeted audience
  • Service delivery point assessment
Data collection methods must be linked to the evaluation criteria. An evaluation matrix and detailed methodology including questionnaire/interview guide will be developed prior to the undertaking of the evaluation.

Major Tasks

The consultant will be expected to undertake the following :
  • Develop a survey technical proposal that clearly defines the methodologies for sampling, data collection, entry, cleaning, compilation, analysis and report writing. (IRC will approve proposed methodologies, procedures and instruments).
  • Develop appropriate survey instruments that include questionnaires, FGD checklists, In-depth Interview questionnaires, qualitative data collection and compilation formats. Prior to implementation of the survey, IRC will review and approve the tools and methodologies. The data collection tools will once again be field tested before the actual survey and inputs of the field test are incorporated. Translators mightbe employed during data collection, if need arises.
  • Train, supervise and manage data collectors. Experienced data collectors who have been engaged in other similar surveys will be involved following brief refresher training. Officials from the IRC Turkana office will participate in the survey as supervisors on field data collection.
  • Organize and implement the survey.
  • Compile and collate the data collected, both qualitative and quantitative..
  • Develop a draft survey report and submit to IRC for feedback.
  • Produce a final report, incorporating feedbacks from stakeholders.Conduct a debriefing meeting with consortium members, MOH and other stakeholders to solicit commitment in the implementation of the project by creating an understanding of the existing MNH situation.
Request for Proposals

Applications shall therefore contain the following required documentation:

1. Technical Proposal: a draft  baseline assessment concept, and work plan should be submitted indicating how the objectives would be addressed. If possible, copies of 1 relevant evaluations performed earlier with the consultant as primary author should be attached. This  will also contain a cover letter and updated CV.

2. Financial Proposal: Lump-sum offer with the cost breakdown.  All costs should be mentioned within the financial proposal.

Travel to/and from field site and within Turkana will be provided by IRC . However, the consultant will be required to take care of  all other costs  which include and not limited to  accommodation, meals and refreshments, insurance costs etc.

Timeframe:
 The  whole assignment is expected to last for 25 days and it is anticipated that the final report will be available no later than the  31st  of December as its findings will need to be implemented as  from 1st of January 2016.

Budget


There is a fixed budget for this piece of work and payment will be done on the basis of the submitted work plan, daily fees shall be negotiated.
  • 30% of the fees will be paid upon signature of contract,
  • 70% upon reception and validation of the final report by IRC.
Minimum Requirements
  • Experience in the evaluation of health service delivery projects, particularly those involving reproductive health
  • Advanced degree in Evaluation, Public Health or other relevant discipline.
  • Strong qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis capabilities.
  • Excellent analytical, facilitation and communications skills; ability to negotiate with a wide range of stakeholders
Desirable:
  • Previous experience with vulnerable groups in refugee settings
  • Knowledge of  HIV  related evidence based interventions ( EBIs)
Kenyan nationals are encouraged to apply.  

International allowances are not available for this position. 

Salary and other benefits are compliant to the Kenyan NGO Sector.How to Apply

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 to apply online

Baseline Survey: Reduction of Maternal and neonatal Mortality in Loima and Turkana West Sub-Counties of Turkana County
 
Sector: Program Management 

Location: Kenya  

Employee Type: Consultant
 
Introduction: Turkana county has some of the poorest maternal and new born health (MNH) indicators in Kenya with the third highest maternal mortality ratio (MMR) in the country and low levels of MNH service provision by skilled personnel. 


There is also a great disparity in health outcomes across Turkana’s seven sub counties. The IRC  Pambazuka project, meaning a new “dawn” in Swahili, will leverage current programmes and relationships within Turkana county using a mix of successful existing and innovative new approaches  to address these gaps by targeting two Turkana subcounties - Loima and Turkana West.

The  project will contribute to the reduction of maternal and newborn mortality by working toward two project outcomes for this fund.

Outcome One :
 Increased access to and utilisation of quality MNH services will be achieved by 

(a) the improved availability of quality MNH services through upgrading and equipping health facilities, training staff on MNH competencies, improving staff coverageand  increasing  ambulance coverage; and 

(b) the improved capacity of community health structures to deliver quality MNH services through increasing CHWs geographical coverage, training CHWs on community based MNH competencies, establishing  innovative community based MWHs, and establishing  a community ambulance system  for community to facility referral.

Outcome Two :
 Health system management strengthened to deliver quality MNH services will be achieved by the improved capacity ofthe  targeted sub counties' quality improvement units to support MNH services through increasing support to undertake Maternal and Perinatal Death Surveillance and Response (MPDSR) and semi -annual facility EmONC and community MNH surveys, and integrating continuous quality improvement into supervision through the Kenya Quality Model for Health to target human performance factors.

The project expects to increase the percentage of women accessing skilled care during delivery, percentage of pregnant women accessing  four or more ANC visits and percentage of mothers and babies receiving a post-natal care visit from a trained health care worker within two days of child birth in the targeted areas which will contribute to a reduction of maternal and  newborn mortality.

This strategy will allow IRC to support the government in exploring new ways to achieve MNH outcomes while ensuring continuity of support to ongoing health system strengthening an approach that will increase access and quality of MNH services in underserviced locations.

Objectives of the Consultancy
  • Assess the capacity of health facilities within the targeted Sub-Counties of Loima and Turkana Westin provision of basic emergency obstetric and newborn care services (BEmOC).
  • Assess the MNH related training needs of facility and community based staff within the targeted Sub-Counties of Loima and Turkana West .
  • Establish the current MNH indicators per health faciliy in the targeted 2 sub-counties of Loima and Turkana West and their catchment areas.
  • Establish the current status of targeted health facilities and sub-county levelMNH relatedquality improvementactivities.
  • Document the prevailing targeted catchment community’s Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices in relation to MNH needs and services provided and the implication of these on service uptake.
Methodology
The assessment is formative in nature, should be participatory, take a systems-approach and combine an appropriate mix of methods. 

The project has specific and detailed monitoring indicators. Utilizing these indicators , an assessment  report , including a forward-looking evaluation/review, will be conducted. The recommendations will be included in the assessment report.

Data collection methods: The evaluation will draw on a variety of data collection methods including, but not limited to:
  • Desk-review of relevant documents.
  • SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats).
  • Quantitative analysis of existing MNH indicators.
  • Semi-structured interviews and/or focus groups with targeted audience
  • Service delivery point assessment
Data collection methods must be linked to the evaluation criteria. An evaluation matrix and detailed methodology including questionnaire/interview guide will be developed prior to the undertaking of the evaluation.

Major Tasks

The consultant will be expected to undertake the following :
  • Develop a survey technical proposal that clearly defines the methodologies for sampling, data collection, entry, cleaning, compilation, analysis and report writing. (IRC will approve proposed methodologies, procedures and instruments).
  • Develop appropriate survey instruments that include questionnaires, FGD checklists, In-depth Interview questionnaires, qualitative data collection and compilation formats. Prior to implementation of the survey, IRC will review and approve the tools and methodologies. The data collection tools will once again be field tested before the actual survey and inputs of the field test are incorporated. Translators mightbe employed during data collection, if need arises.
  • Train, supervise and manage data collectors. Experienced data collectors who have been engaged in other similar surveys will be involved following brief refresher training. Officials from the IRC Turkana office will participate in the survey as supervisors on field data collection.
  • Organize and implement the survey.
  • Compile and collate the data collected, both qualitative and quantitative..
  • Develop a draft survey report and submit to IRC for feedback.
  • Produce a final report, incorporating feedbacks from stakeholders.Conduct a debriefing meeting with consortium members, MOH and other stakeholders to solicit commitment in the implementation of the project by creating an understanding of the existing MNH situation.
Deliverables
  • A Detailed Survey Inception  Report with work plan
  • Draft Survey Report of KAPB and Facility Assessment
  • Final Survey Report of KAPB and Facility Assessment
  • PPT presentation for debrief meeting
Requests for proposals

Applications shall therefore contain the following required documentation:

1. Technical Proposal: a draft  baseline assessment concept, and work plan should be submitted indicating how the objectives would be addressed. If possible, copies of 2 relevant evaluations performed earlier with the consultant as primary author should be attached. This  will also contain a cover letter and updated CV.

2. Financial Proposal: Lump-sum offer with the cost breakdown.  All costs should be mentioned within the financial proposal.

Travel to/and from field site and within Turkana will be provided by IRC. However, the consultant will be required to take care of  all other costs  which include and not limited to  accommodation, meals and refreshments, insurance costs etc.

Timeframe:
 The  whole assignment is expected to last for 35 days and it is anticipated that the final report will be available no later than the 31st of December as its findings will need to be implemented as  from 1st of January 2016.

Budget
There is a fixed budget for this piece of work and payment will be done on the basis of the submitted work plan, daily fees shall be negotiated.
  • 30% of the fees will be paid upon signature of contract,
  • 70% upon reception  and validation of the final report by IRC.
Kenyan nationals are encouraged to apply.  

International allowances are not available for this position. 

Salary and other benefits are compliant to the Kenyan NGO Sector.

How to Apply

CLICK HERE
 to apply online 

IRC leading the way from harm to home.
 

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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