NGO Jobs in Nairobi - CARE International

CARE International in Kenya is looking for a well-organized and highly motivated Kenyan National who is result-oriented to fill the following position.
 
Job title: Director of Women’s Empowerment & Transformational Change 

Job Ref:  DWETC/09/2017

Based in Nairobi 

1 Position

Department / Project: Program
 
Supervisor: Country Director

The Director of Women’s Empowerment and Transformational Change is responsible for ensuring that CARE’s programmes in Kenya contribute to CARE's vision of "a world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty has been eliminated and people live with dignity and security". 

S/he will lead strategic programme planning is expected to provide strategic leadership in the areas of programme design and proposal development in line with the CARE 2020 Program Strategy. 

S/he is responsible for overseeing the development of coherent programme strategies to promote the empowerment of women and girls.  

The incumbent  will ensure that CARE’s programmes in Kenya will promote sustainable livelihoods, increase self-reliance, and improve access by women and girls to their rights.

CARE International (CI) is a global confederation of 14 humanitarian and development nongovernmental organizations working to reduce poverty and social injustice around the world. 

CARE Canada manages country office operations in six countries - Chad, Cuba, Indonesia, Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe - on behalf of CARE International ensuring that country offices meet CARE’s high quality standards.
 
CARE has been operating in Kenya since 1968 working in close collaboration with multiple stakeholders to help enhance social justice and alleviate poverty in the country. 

CARE Kenya reaches approximately two million people per year in the areas of gender equality and women’s voice, economic empowerment, health, food and nutrition security and climate change resilience, humanitarian and refugee assistance.

CARE uses a program approach to address the underlying causes of poverty for marginalized groups and works in collaboration with national and county governments, communities and development partners to implement programs and influence policies that reduce poverty and social injustice and build capacity for self-reliance. 

CARE works with a range of stakeholders including the Government of Kenya, the private sector, local and international non-governmental organisations, community-based organisations and local communities to promote lasting change and innovative solutions to complex humanitarian and development challenges.
 
CARE Kenya is reviewing its roles and structures to align the country office’s strategy, objectives, and programs with CARE International’s global goals and approaches, and has been identified as a potential candidate to evolve into an independent local entity and national member of CARE International.

The Director of Women’s Empowerment and Transformational Change is a key member of CARE Kenya’s Senior Management Team. 

The Director Women’s Empowerment and Transformational Change along with the Director of Humanitarian Response, the Assistance Country Director of Programme Support and the Country Director are responsible for maintaining good working relationships with host government officials, donors, partners, and other stakeholders. 

The Director of Women’s Empowerment and Transformational Change will jointly lead the organizational transformation of CARE Kenya, aligning strategies, programs, objectives, and structures to the goals of women’s empowerment.
 
The Director of Women’s Empowerment and Transformational Change is responsible for ensuring that CARE's programmes in Kenya contribute to CARE's vision of "a world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty has been eliminated and people live with dignity and security". 

The Director of Women’s Empowerment and Transformational Change will lead strategic programme planning is expected to provide strategic leadership in the areas of programme design and proposal development in line with the CARE 2020 Program Strategy. 

The Director of Women’s Empowerment and Transformational Change is responsible for overseeing the development of coherent programme strategies to promote the empowerment of women and girls. 

The incumbent will ensure that CARE’s programs in Kenya will promote sustainable livelihoods, increase self-reliance, and improve access by women and girls to their rights.
 
The Director of Women’s Empowerment and Transformational Change will design programs to build synergy and mutual complementarity between various relief and development initiatives with combined long-term impacts which reduce poverty and social injustice and increase gender equality. 

The Director will be responsible for ensuring that CARE’s programmatic expertise is used to advance the organizational goals of empowering women and creating long lasting impact in the lives women CARE Kenya works with. 

The Director of Women’s Empowerment and Transformational Change will collaborate with the Director of Humanitarian Response to integrate gender and greater resilience across CARE’s development and emergency programming and will ensure that womens’s empowerment is at the centre of our emergency work.
 
The Director of Women’s Empowerment and Transformational Change is responsible for effective oversight of project implementation, donor reporting, project budget management, monitoring and evaluation of ongoing activities. 

The Directorof Women’s Empowerment and Transformational Change manages a team of professionals focused on the design, funding, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of multi-donor, multi-sector programmes that should effectively address the underlying causes of poverty, by improving livelihood security, promoting social equity, and creating an enabling environment for program participants in line with CARE's Programming Principles.
 
The Director of Women’s Empowerment and Transformational Change will oversee projects in Kenya to ensure high quality implementation, compliance with donor and contract requirements and best practices. 

Therefore, the Directorof Women’s Empowerment and Transformational Change must also ensure that systems and people are in place for effective management and efficient implementation of projects and programmes to meet objectives and timelines .
 
The Directorof Women’s Empowerment and Transformational Change works closely with, and is supported by the International Operations Unit and Internatioal Program units at CARE Canada and will collaborate with teams in CARE Somalia and the East-Central-Southern Africa Regional Office in Nairobi as well as with interested CARE International members (CARE UK, CARE USA units, CARE Deutschland, CARE Austria, and others).

This position is based in Nairobi, Kenya with regular travel to programs in the field.

Responsibilities and Tasks

1. Transformational Change Leadership
·                     Ensure that transformational change principles are enacted and that the appropriate systems and processes are set up for successful transformation to take place.
·                     Identify areas of strategic transformational change, map out planning and ensure programmatic road maps are aligned to transformational change needs.
·                     Ensure appropriate levels of oversight, communication and leadership are in place to create a successful change outcome.
·                     Develop a set of key result indicators that track transformational change implementation and impact.
·                     Ensure a leadership environment where employees feel engaged and inspired by the change taking place and the end result of an improved CARE Kenya.
2. Staff Management 
·                     Provide proper supervision and management for all direct reports and lead the establishment and functioning of a strong, effective and coordinated Transformational Change programme team.
·                     Ensure the proper implementation of CARE's performance management system for direct reports, including job description and Individual Operational Plan development, regular feedback, mid-term reviews and annual performance appraisals.
·                     Proactively address performance issues through regular, constructive and honest feedback and coaching, as well as disciplinary actions.
·                     Identify necessary staff development, career development and succession planning strategies for direct reports.
·                     Ensure that space and incentives are available to allow staff to develop and innovate.
·                     Oversee the recruitment and orientation of new senior program staff.
2. Programme Quality
·                     Oversee the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of country office programs and projects and ensure that they are in line with CARE’s global and country office strategic plan and program strategy and with CARE International’s Programming Principles.
·                     Ensure systems and plans are in place to guarantee that country office programs/projects are designed and implemented based on sound analysis, address the underlying causes of poverty and achieve measurable positive impact on the poor and marginalized and gender equality.
·                     Work with staff and partners to generate viable programs in line with country office strategy.
·                     Take the lead in identifying and securing funding for those programmes through the development of concept papers and proposals, respond to requests for proposals from donors and members.
·                     Ensure that proper monitoring and evaluation systems are in place to demonstrate impact on the underlying causes of poverty and gender inequality and contribute to CARE’s global impact.
·                     Put systems in place so that program lessons are being used to promote improved programming and learning. Ensure that monitoring and evaluation systems enhance accountability of the country office vis-a-vis the communities with whom we work as well as other stakeholders (civil society, donors and government counterparts).
·                     Support the Director of Humanitarian Response in the development of gender-in- emergency tools and capacity in humanitarian response.
·                     Work with the CD and Director of Humanitarian Response to oversee the development and implementation of a country office advocacy agenda that supports CO programs and contributes to country office and CARE International priorities.
·                     Ensure that HIV and AIDS is mainstreamed in all activities.
·                     Ensure gender equality issues are properly considered and addressed in all programs/projects.
3. Programme Management
·                     Ensure that CARE programmes and projects are managed in a manner which achieves stated goals and objectives, are in line with CARE policies and procedures and donor rules and regulations, and demonstrate sound resource management.
·                     Ensure that qualified staff and appropriate policies, procedures and systems are place to properly manage CARE's programs/projects.
·                     Monitor the country office development programs and projects to ensure that they are implemented in a professional manner in line with the project proposal and with donor rules and regulations through project visits and the review of annual implementation plans and activity reports.
·                     With support from the Internal Audit and Quality Assurance, ensure proper management of financial and other resources entrusted to CARE's programmes and projects, including the review and approval of program/project budgets (including project matches) and the monitoring of budget reports (including the proper recording of matches).
·                     Ensure donor and government reporting is done according to agreed upon standards and in a timely manner.
·                     Work closely with units in Programme Support (finance, procurement, HR, Fleet, logistics etc.) to ensure proper coordination exists for efficient programme implementation, monitoring and reporting.
·                     Ensure strong commodity management, and accountability where applicable.
·                     Regularly review and ensure that the most efficient program management structure is established and functional in order to ensure program quality and the cost efficient achievement of project objectives.
4. Reflective Practice and Learning
·                     Ensure that the country office development program remains dynamic, with opportunities for innovation and personal growth by promoting a culture of, and mechanisms for, reflective practice and learning at all levels.
·                     Establish mechanisms for knowledge sharing and learning between projects and programs within the country office and with parties beyond the country office.
·                     Establish a reward system and model a culture that recognizes and supports innovation, risk taking and learning.
·                     Ensure that the country office actively participates in organization wide and regional learning initiatives related to CARE's priority program themes and approaches.
·                     Ensure that lessons learned are consolidated and used to inform ongoing and future practices.
5. Program Strategy
·                     Lead the preparation and implementation of the overall country office Programme Strategy in line with the country office's Long Range Strategic Plan, national development plans, CARE Canada and CARE International strategic plans, and CARE programming principles and programming priorities.
·                     Lead the preparation of programme strategies based on sound contextual analysis and that target specific underlying causes of poverty and social injustice, in line with CARE's Unifying Framework.
·                     Ensure that all programs and projects designed and implemented by the country office are in line with those programme strategies and contribute to achieving the objectives of the country office strategic plan.
·                     Seek strategic partnerships necessary to promote CARE's vision and programming principles and ensure that those partners understand the country offices programme strategies.
6. External Relations and Partnerships 
·                     Develop and enhance relationships between the country officeand other parts of CARE and external organizations so that CARE can maximize its impact on poverty and social justice.
·                     Establish and maintain good relationships with relevant – counterparts/departments of the government, CARE International members, the locally-represented multi/bi-lateral donors, foundations, international and national NGOs, CBOs and other civil society organizations.
·                     Identify issues to be addressed to heighten donor and government accountability and maintain a positive image and good visibility for CARE amongst these groups.
·                     Support and work effectively in coalitions, networks and social movements.
·                     Contribute to national dialogue on poverty reduction strategies and related issues.
·                     Ensure timely reporting and communications with CARE International members, donors, government and other key actors.
·                     Ensure cordial media relations and act as CARE spokesperson as required.
Problem Solving: The Director is one of the senior CARE representatives in Kenya and as such is responsible for problem solving at a variety of levels. 

S/he will need to be able to analyze and resolve situations as they arise on a variety of subjects ranging from personnel management and programming decisions, to issues related to project participants, government, donors, and CARE member partner relations.
 
Qualifications
 
Must be able to legally work in Kenya.

Education / Training
 
Required: Bachelor’s Degree in related field
 
Desired: Master’s Degree in related field
 
Experience
 
Required: minimum of 5 years in senior management position in women’s empowerment, gender equality, humanitarian or development assistance; at least 2 years experience in Kenya, and at least 2 years experience in program design and development,with and demonstrated capacity in transformational change leadership (change management)
 
Desired: 8 years in a senior management position in women’s empowerment, gender equality, humanitarian or development assistance including 2 years experience Kenya, 5 years experience in program design and development and 2 years experience transformational change leadership (change management)
 
Capacities

Programme Management
·                     Demonstrated experience in leading strategic and operational planning
·                     Demonstrated experience in leading organizational transformation /change management
·                     Demonstrated leadership and management skills in a very complex international setting
·                     Extensive conceptual skills including development of programme strategy
·                     Excellent English writing skills
·                     Demonstrated experience in budget development and programme design (including concept preparation and proposal development), implementation and evaluation
·                     Demonstrated experience in gender equality issues
People / Relationship Management
·                     Experience in change management
·                     Demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills
·                     Ability and interest to coach and develop staff
·                     Experience with performance management
·                     Experience with the management of a diverse workforce
·                     Strong representation and negotiation skills
·                     Demonstrated use of positive coping strategies in stressful environments
·                     Demonstrated cross cultural communication skills
Financial Management
 
Knowledge and experience with financial management as demonstrated by:
·                     Ability to manage a complex budget
·                     Donor compliance and reporting
Information / Knowledge Management
·                     Ability to establish a learning culture within the country office
External Relationships / Fundraising
·                     Experience in successfully managing institutional partnerships with national and international NGOs
·                     Experience in establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships with donors and government counterparts.
·                     Experience and knowledge of operationalizing a rights-based approach
·                     Experience and knowledge of women’s movement in Kenya
·                     Experience in programme design and oversight in gender equality, women’s economic empowerment, sustainable livelihoods, water/sanitation, or sexual reproductive/maternal-child health/nutrition/AIDS sectors
·                     Demonstrated experience with proposal development with range of international donors (i.e USAID, EU, ECHO, DFID,CIDA, UNHCR, WFP…)
·                     Experience and knowledge working with SCALA financial system
·                     Experience and skills in organizational change processes


Job Title: Finance & Administration Manager 

1 Position

Dadaab Office

REF: FAM/09/2017
 
Department / Location: Program Support, Dadaab
 

Supervisor Title: Director for Humanitarian Assistance & Refugee Operations

Grade: H

I. Job Summary: Reporting to the Director for Humanitarian Assistance & Refugee Operations (DHARO), the Finance and Administration Manager will ensure that all administration and financial processes are functioning effectively and efficiently, monitor administration and financial results to detect risks and opportunities and draw them to the attention of Management and Program. 

He/She will plan, execute and evaluate all Refugee Assistance Program administration, procurement and financial management activities, create, update and ensure compliance with relevant CARE policies and procedures.
 
The incumbent will also prepare accounts analysis and refine account balances, review reports to the donors to ensure they are in line with all requirements and they contain the correct information. 

The position holder will also coordinate the audits processes for the RAP and provide all the required facilities as well as develop, coordinate and administer the RAP as well as the CO’s plan.
 
II. Responsibilities and Tasks

R1: Controllership
 
1.1 Review ad approve relevant disbursements, receipts, adjusting entries and ensure compliance with donor regulations, CARE Accounting polices and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
 
1.2 Ensure RAP compliance with CARE’s accounting policy vis-à-vis fund accounting as noted in CARE’s Financial Manual and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
 
1.3 Supervision of the preparation of monthly financial reports (SCALA). Coordination, supervision and review of all financial reports to be submitted to Donors and CK Head Office
 
1.4 Keeping track of payables
 
1.5 Controlling the maintenance of the tracking tools
 
1.6 Facilitate any external and internal audits
 
1.7 Supervision of RAP ‘s accounting systems and procedures consistency with the CO systems
 
1.8 Analyze the financial situation of the RAP and suggest and /implement policies and procedures that ensure the adequate use of funds and fulfillment of the conditions of the agreement and the internal policies of CK
 
1.9 Ensure that the RAP financial transactions are recorded on a timely basis, and that this are accurate, complete and reliable, and in accordance with GAAP
 
1.10 Provide the RAP SMT with relevant and timely financial information and analysis for strategic management purposes. This will include formulation of specialized financial reports to aid in the RAP’s decision-making process
 
1.11 Provide coaching, mentoring and training to program support staff as part of the on-going development of their skills and knowledge
 
R2: Treasury Function
 
2.1 Oversee the cash management – receipts and disbursements
 
2.2 Supervise the RAP’s banking arrangements and ensure adequate liaison with principle bankers
 
2.3 Collect contractual miscellaneous receivables
 
2.4 Ensure RAP’s accounts payable policy and cash disbursements are consistent with the CO systems
 
R3: Budget Management
 
3.1 Establishment and maintenance of a master budget
 
3.2 Work with the Finance Coordinator and budget holders in updating the combined work, Procurement and Spending Plans (WPS)
 
3.3 Support program sectors in donor contract management including preparing budgets for proposals, negotiating donor agreements, ensuring accurate and timely budget monitoring tools and donor reporting
 
3.4 Preparation of the RAP’s annual operating budget. This will include the preparation of budget guidelines to assist coordinators in formulating project budgets
 
3.5 Monitor actual expenses against the budgets and report on the same to ACD-P and RAP-SMT.
 
3.6 Guide program staff to develop contingency plans for budget over or under expenditures, that is, cost and no-cost budget extensions
 
3.7 Review donor reports and reports due to the Head Office as well as other financial information that comes from the RAP, ensuring that they fulfill all the requirements of form and depth that may be required
 
R4: SCALA Management
 
4.1 Fund Codes
 
4.1.1 Authorize the assignment of the fund codes for each budget line
 
4.1.2 Authorize the modification of names, descriptions and other fields in the fund code set-up
 
4.2 Location Codes
 
4.2.1 Responsible for developing this section of the chart of accounts consistent with policies provided
 
4.2.2 Authorize assignments and maintenance of sub-analysis codes
 
4.3 User ID’s
 
4.3.1 Review and approve user set up forms and sign it if it agrees with the contents of forms
 
4.3.2 Approve all user deletion forms and forward to the system administrator who must then delete the user ID from the system
 
R5: Administration

5.1 Guide the Administration department in all strategic planning activities in relation to the RAP and CO strategy
 
5.2 Advise the SMT on application of the CO administration policies
 
5.3 Ensure that all service, lease and general administrative contracts adequately protect the interests of the RAP
 
5.4 Ensure that RAP communication facilities are up to date and the services are effective and efficient
 
5.5 Ensure RAP conformity to the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with other IPs and donors.
 
5.6 Ensure RAP assets are adequately safeguarded
 
5.7 Supervise the RAP Administration department to ensure an effective and efficient operation
 
R6: Procurement
 
6.1 Guide the Procurement department in all strategic planning activities in relation to the RAP and CO strategy
 
6.2 Advise the SMT on applications of the procurement policies for the RAP consistency with the CO systems
 
6.3 Ensure that all contractual arrangements with vendors adequately protect the interests of the RAP
 
6.4 Ensure the efficient and effective delivery of procurement services within the RAP
 
6.5 Ensure compliance with various government rules and regulations and that the RAP interests are adequately protected
 
6.6 Oversee the Bridger system to ensure its efficient and effective application as related to vendors and new employees to RAP
 
6.7 Supervise the RAP procurement department to ensure efficient and effective operation
 
R7: General
 
7.1 Participate as a member of the RAP SMT
 
III. Authority
·                     Spending Authority up to KES 400,000/=
·                     Authority over staff in the Administration, procurement and Finance departments
·                     Authority over budgets, quality of finance reports for internal and external use
·                     Sign correspondence regarding administrative, finance and procurement management matters
·                     Approve requests for procurement and other financially binding documents
IV. Key Relationships / Contacts 
 
UNHCR, WFP, BPRM, other implementing agencies, CARE Canada, CARE Head Office, contractor
 
V: Work Conditions
 
The position is based at Dadaab Main Office (DMO) with frequent movements to Hagadera, Ifo and Dagahaley camps as well as any other extension camps and program sites. 

This is a none-family working station. 

Hot weather is prevalent throughout the year with limited basic amenities. 

Road movement to and from work station to Garissa as well as inter-camp movement must be under police escort (Scheduled convoys). 

Strict adherence to security instructions all the time. It is a six days work station with a compensatory time off according to CTO policy. 

The incumbent will be required to travel to Nairobi office and perform official responsibilities on need basis.

The incumbent shall reside in the CARE compound while executing official duties and shall obey and adhere to residential compound regulations.

VI: Qualifications, Experience and Competencies
·                     Masters degree in Business Administration, accounting, commerce or finance
·                     7 years work experience in administration and finance management in busy environments
·                     Holders of Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, accounting , commerce or finance with 8 years relevant work experience will be considered for the position
·                     Professional Certificate in a recognized professional body such as Chartered Accountant or CPA, Supply and Purchasing.
·                     Proficient in Microsoft office, SCALA, or any relevant financial management system for accounting, budgeting.
·                     A good command of both written and spoken English
·                     Ability to prepare quality financial, administration and procurement reports
Competencies:
·                     Integrity
·                     Excellence
·                     Strategic Decision-Making
·                     Initiating Action
·                     Stress tolerance
·                     Operational decisional decision taking
·                     Managing performance for success
·                     Planning and organizing


Job Title: Programme Accountant 


1 Position

Dadaab Office

Job Ref: PA/09/2017


Contract period: October 2017 to 31st March 2018



Department / Project: Finance – Refugee Assistance Program (RAP)
 
Supervisor: Finance & Administration Manger
 
Location / Duty Station: Dadaab

Grade: F B 5

I: Job Summary:
 
The position is responsible for preparing donor Reports, Custodian of Donor agreements and educating Program and Support staff on donor guidelines. 

It will support in preparing of Monthly Expenditure Statements, budgeting and Budget Tracking. Invoicing for various services rendered by the RAP Program. 

Will be responsible for monitoring, recording and reporting on commodities donated as contributions in Kind (CIK) by donors and ensure that entries in the commodity tracking system (CTS) are correct.
 
II: Responsibilities and Tasks 

R1: Preparing donor Reports, Custodian of Donor agreements and educating Program and Support staff on donor guidelines.
 
1.1 Prepare donor reports as per various donor agreements.
 
1.2 Ensure deadlines are adhered to in preparation of donor reports.
 
1.3 Guide RAP Budget holders and the finance unit on the guidelines of the various donors funding the program. Ensure that the finance unit is adhering to donor requirements all the time.
 
1.4 Ensure dully signed agreements are properly filed and Fund codes are issued before projects implementation
 
1.5 Track all project changes (In terms of emails, Communications from donors both in soft copies and hard copies).
 
1.6 Work with the Programme compliance unit and ensure copies of programme reports are also kept by the finance unit for all the running projects.
 
1.7 Prepare expenditure statements for the various fund codes immediately on receipt of data from Head Office after every end month closure.

1.8 Identify expenditure items that need to be reallocated and ensure that the adjusting journal entries (AJE’s) are prepared, authorized and keyed into the Financial System.
 
R2: Preparation of budgets and guidance on Budget Tracking.
 
2.1 Together with the Finance Manager take key lead in budget preparation for RAP Program.
 
2.2 Prepare Budget Tracking tools for various fund codes once budgets are approved and agreements are signed by donors.
 
2.3 Train (new) sector heads and acting officers on budget tracking.
 
2.4 Offer constant assistance/ guidance to budget holders/ sector heads on budget tracking.
 
2.5 Do a thorough monthly analysis of all budget lines and issue monthly alerts to major issues of concern (over/under expenditures) to RAP management and budget holders.
 
R3: Invoicing for various services rendered by the RAP Program.
 
3.1 Ensure accuracy of support documents before preparing invoices.
 
3.2 Ensure timely dispatch of the invoices
 
3.3 Follow up on payments
 
3.4 Track invoices and share updated receivables report with the Finance Manager on every 5th of the month.
 
R4: Reconcile Store records with CIK reports and perform Stock counts to confirm accuracy.
 
4.1 Verify Store CIK report for accuracy
 
4.2 Reconcile each camp CIK report with consolidated report
 
4.3 In liaison with the logistics team, perform periodic stock count to confirm completeness and accuracy.
 
R5: Maintain accurate records for all CIK.
 
5.1 Maintain approved CIK reports from Stores department.
 
5.2 Maintain both Hard copy and soft copy of CIK reports.
 
R6: Ensure CIK are correctly valued and recorded
 
6.1 Goods should be Valued at Cost (if known) or Fair Market Value
 
6.2 Ensure valuation of services is based on cost
 
6.3 All valuation methods must be documented and retained with the CIK forms and approved by the Deputy Director Finance & Administration Services (DDFAS).
 
6.4 Ensure that CIK items received and issued are accurately documented in the CIK matrix report and review the Commodity Tracking System to ensure that the same is captured accurately by the logistics team.
 
6.5 Prepare journal entries to recognize CIK items received and issued in the financial system SCALA.
 
R7: Perform other Shared duties.
 
7.1 Participate in monthly incentive payments.
 
7.2 Verification of SCALA coding slips and Payment voucher before payments are done.
 
7.3 Assist Finance Manager on preliminary budget preparation for proposals
 
7.4 Sit in for the Operations Accountant and Finance Manager when required
 
III: Authority:

Spending Authority: N/A
 
Supervision: N/A

Decision Making: Makes normal decisions needed to achieve prescribed results.
 
IV: Contacts / Key Relationships:
 
External: Banks, Donors, Other Implementing partners in Dadaab.
 
Internal: GCD, Logistics, Administration, WASH, Education, HR, Procurement, Program Manager,
DRO, Country office.
 
V: Working Conditions:
 
The position is based at Dadaab Main Office (DMO) with frequent movements to Hagadera, Ifo and Dagahaley camps as well as any other extension camps and program sites. 

This is a none-family working station. Hot weather is prevalent throughout the year with limited basic amenities. Road movement to and from work station to Garissa as well as inter-camp movement must be under police escort (Scheduled convoys). 

Strict adherence to security instructions all the time. 

It is a six days work station with a compensatory time off according to CTO policy.

The incumbent will be required to travel to Nairobi office and perform official responsibilities as will be required. 

The incumbent shall reside in the CARE compound while executing official duties and shall obey and adhere to residential compound regulations.
 
VI: Qualifications, Experience and Competencies

Education: Degree in Commerce, Accounting or Business Studies and a Professional certification such as CPA II or equivalent.
 
Experience: 3 years relevant experience in accounting, preferable in a humanitarian organization Certificate: Microsoft Office application
 
Competencies:
·                     Demonstrated skills computer, problem solving, planning and budget management skills.
·                     Strong communication and facilitation. Ability to work as a team member to achieve the overall goals of the team.
·                     Willing to work and live in difficult and demanding locations.
How to Apply
 

Send your application letter indicating the reference number, title of the position along with an updated CV with email and telephone contacts of three professional referees to:

The Human Resources Manager, 
CARE International in Kenya, 
Email: vacancies@care.or.ke

Deadline: 3rd October, 2017.

Kindly do not attach any certificates/scanned documents to your application

Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
 
CARE is an equal opportunity employer and promotes gender equity.

Canvassing will lead to  automatic disqualification.
 
CARE International in Kenya does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process. (Application, interview, meeting, processing, training or any other fees).

N.B: The interested applicants must indicate their expected remuneration level.

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