Job Opportunities

1.     Constituency ICT Clerks

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is looking for temporary registration officials to support the Constituency Registration Officers and Assistant Registration Officers in carrying out voter registration. Applicants, who strictly meet the qualifications, should take note of the following before filling in their application online.

Remuneration

The Voter Registration Assistants and ICT Clerks will be paid Ksh 1,500 per day for the number of days worked.
The Voter Registration Clerk will be paid Ksh 1,000 per day for the number of days worked.

Constituency ICT Clerks

Minimum Requirements for Constituency ICT Clerks

  1. Be a Kenyan citizen of high integrity, and be non-partisan.
  2. Be holder of a minimum of Diploma qualifications in ICT or other IT related field.
  3. ICT Certification (e.g. MCSE, CCNA or Equivalent) will be an added advantage.
  4. At least 2 years industrial experience in ICT support in a busy environment.
  5. Hands on experience and skills in Computer Hardware, Network and Software diagnosis.
  6. Should have effective communication skills and good report writing skills.
  7. Must be available for the entire period of voter registration.
  8. Be a Kenyan citizen of high integrity, and be non-partisan
  9. Age: 21 years and above.
  10. Must be residents in the Constituency in which they apply for

Duties and responsibilities of Constituency ICT clerks

  1. To provide a high quality first level ICT support service to Voter Registration Assistants.
  2. Restore the normal service to the users as quickly as possible by fixing a technical fault, fulfilling a service request or answering a query to allow the users to work effectively.
  3. Preparation and testing of BVR Kits in readiness for voter registration.
  4. Provide technical Support to the VRA′s during voter registration
  5. Installing, configuring and re-imaging of new BVR kits for replacement.
  6. Performing data backup and data restoration on the BVR Kits
  7. Ensure that the BVR kits are fully charged at all times
  8. Participate in the training of the Registration clerks
  9. Liaise with the County ICT officer to ensure back-up of the registration data is carried out as required.

TIMELINE:

  1. From: Saturday, 21st August, 2021 – Opening date
  2. To: Friday, 27th August, 2021 – Closing date
  3. Expected Duration of Work is 45 days.

 

 

2.     Voter Registration Assistants

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is looking for temporary registration officials to support the Constituency Registration Officers and Assistant Registration Officers in carrying out voter registration. Applicants, who strictly meet the qualifications, should take note of the following before filling in their application online.

Remuneration

The Voter Registration Assistants and ICT Clerks will be paid Ksh 1,500 per day for the number of days worked.
The Voter Registration Clerk will be paid Ksh 1,000 per day for the number of days worked.

Voter Registration Assistants

Requirements Voter Registration Assistants

  1. Be a Kenyan citizen of high integrity, and be non-partisan.
  2. Be holder of a minimum of Diploma qualifications in ICT or other IT related field.
  3. Should have effective communication skills and good report writing skills.
  4. Must be available for the entire period of voter registration.
  5. Age: 21 years and above.
  6. Must be residents in the constituency and ward in which they apply for

Duties of the Voter Registration Assistant- VRAs

  1. The Voter Registration Assistant is expected to work within a particular ward and perform the following duties:
  2. In consultation with the Registration Officer develop a BVR KIT Movement Schedule for the ward of his/her Jurisdiction
  3. Publicize BVR KIT Movement Schedule and all voter registration activities
  4. Distribute voter registration materials to the Voter Registration Clerks.
  5. Supervise Voter Registration Clerks within the Ward of jurisdiction
  6. Ensure security of the voter registration materials and equipment
  7. Collate and submit voter registration data to the RO on weekly basis
  8. Report the progress and challenges of the voter registration process to the Registration Officer on daily basis
  9. The Voter Registration Assistant MUST meet the weekly registration targets.
  10. Perform any other duty as may be assigned by the Registration Officer.

TIMELINE:

  1. From: Saturday, 21st August, 2021 – Opening date
  2. To: Friday, 27th August, 2021 – Closing date
  3. Expected Duration of Work is 45 days.

 

 

4.     Voter Registration Clerks

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is looking for temporary registration officials to support the Constituency Registration Officers and Assistant Registration Officers in carrying out voter registration. Applicants, who strictly meet the qualifications, should take note of the following before filling in their application online.

Remuneration

The Voter Registration Assistants and ICT Clerks will be paid Ksh 1,500 per day for the number of days worked.
The Voter Registration Clerk will be paid Ksh 1,000 per day for the number of days worked.

Requirements for Voter Registration Clerks

  1. Be a Kenyan citizen of high integrity, and be non-partisan
  2. Have a minimum of KCSE Grade C- (Minus)
  3. Have Computer Proficiency Certificate
  4. Should have effective communication skills and good report writing skills
  5. Holders of ICT-related Diploma certificates from a recognized institution will be an added advantage
  6. Must be available for the entire period of the inspection of the Voters Register
  7. Should be 19 years of age and above
  8. Must be residents in the constituency and ward in which they apply for and Duties of the Voter Registration Clerk
  9. Publicize voter registration activities and BVR KIT Movement Schedule
  10. Open and Close the Registration Centre at the designated time
  11. Facilitate the registration of voters
  12. Collate and submit registration data to the VRA on weekly basis
  13. Report the progress and challenges of the voter registration process to the VRA
  14. Ensure security of the voter registration materials
  15. Perform any other duty as may be assigned by the Registration Officer.

TIMELINE:

  1. From: Saturday, 21st August, 2021 – Opening date
  2. To: Friday, 27th August, 2021 – Closing date
  3. Expected Duration of Work is 45 days.

 

 

Apply Via https://jobs.iebc.or.ke/?utm

 

05 Jul, 2021

Programme Policy Officer (School Based Programmes)NOC – Deadline: 15/07/2021

ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT

In January 2020, WFP launched the Corporate School Feeding Strategy which lays out a new approach to how WFP will advocate globally, and partner with Governments and other stakeholders to address gaps in guaranteeing an integrated and multisectoral health and nutrition response for children in schools. In the Eastern Africa region, the strategy will be supported by a regional implementation plan, which is expected to define relevant, effective and context-specific measures to ensure WFP adapts its roles in school feeding to specific country situations.

 

JOB PURPOSE

The Programme Policy Officer, School-Based Programmes (SBP) will support the rollout of the corporate school feeding strategy in the region and provide strategic guidance, policy/technical direction and operational support/oversight to country offices in service delivery and capacity-strengthening processes of school health and nutrition.

STANDARD MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education: Advanced University degree in International Affairs, Food Security, Public Health/Nutrition, Agriculture, Social Science or other fields relevant to International Development Assistance, or First University degree with additional years of related work experience and/or training/courses.

Working Experience: Five or more years of progressively responsible professional work experience in programmes or projects management related to school-based programmes, food security, nutrition, livelihood and education interventions in a bilateral, multilateral or non-governmental organization; proven capacity to conduct policy analysis and engage in policy dialogue; demonstrated effectiveness in bringing global strategies into regional/country context; proven experience in building partnerships and synergies among stakeholders, projects and regions; demonstrated experience in programme cycle management and technical assistance to communities and national governments; and practical experience in coordination with humanitarian and development partners on food security, education, nutrition, value chain development, knowledge management and advocacy.

Language: Fluency in both oral and written English.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

  • Demonstrates ability to incorporate technical information into policy and strategy formulation and into programme design and implementation, and to appropriately communicate it internally and externally.
  • Ability to translate policy and programme principles into relevant, effective and context-specific approaches.
  • Good analytical skills, resourcefulness, initiative, maturity of judgement, tact, negotiating skills.
  • Experience working in a multi-donor environment.
  • Ability to work in a team and establish effective working relations with persons of different national and cultural backgrounds.
  • High capacity for organization and coordination, as well as an ability to work with a high degree of independence in a team environment.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES (not all-inclusive)

What you will do:

Working in the Nutrition, HIV and School-Based Programmes team, under the direct supervision of the Regional Nutrition Advisor, the Programme Policy Officer, School-Based Programmes will be responsible for the following duties:

  • Contribute to the formulation of WFP-wide policies/strategies on SBP and support the translation of the policy/strategies into regional and country-level practices.
  • Engage in consultations and technical discussions to contribute to shaping WFP’s corporate SBP agenda taking into account regional and continental perspectives, initiatives and commitments.
  • Support WFP’s strategic engagement with host governments to design, formulate and/or implement government-led or nationally owned school health and nutrition programmes.
  • Provide technical advice and mobilize technical expertise to support Country Offices in the planning, formulation and implementation of school-based programmes.
  • Advice and support the development of functional training in school health and nutrition to enhance the capacity of WFP staff and partners to design and deliver effective school health and nutrition programmes.
  • Review WFP project documents and reports from country offices that relate to school meals.
  • In close collaboration with the M& E and the Knowledge Management team, contribute to the operational research, outcome monitoring and evidence-building on issues relevant to school meals, ensuring documentation of the same in relevant information products for both internal and external use.
  • Support the COs in resource mobilization efforts for school-based programmes by supporting cost-benefit analysis processes and articulating the need for school health and nutrition in the countries.
  • Establish and maintain operational partnerships to identify opportunities for collaborative approaches and initiatives, and to strengthen information exchange and operational linkages between WFP (HQ/RB/CO), UN Agencies, the Government and other partners.
  • Enhance WFP’s leadership status in fora relating to school-based programmes through direct participation, information products, or other materials.
  • Perform other related duties as may be required.

Apply Via https://career5.successfactors.eu/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=143066&company=C0000168410P&utm

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