NGO Jobs in Kenya – OSIEA

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OSIEA
Program Officer – Economic Governance
Search closes: 28th September 2018
No of Posts: 1
Reporting To: Program Manager – Economic Governance
OSIEA promotes vibrant and inclusive democracies in Eastern Africa. Founded in 2005, OSIEA plays an active role in encouraging informed dialogue about issues of public importance. We promote democratic governance, justice, human rights, equality and non-discrimination, respect for rule of law and protection of rights of minorities.
We play a key role in amplifying the voices that promote open society ideals. We do this by supporting individuals, organizations, coalitions, and movements.
We do this through grant-making, research, and advocacy. OSIEA works in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Sudan, and South Sudan. (For more details check www.osiea.org)
The Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa (OSIEA) seeks to recruit a Program Officer who will report to the Program Manager – Economic Governance.
Overall job purpose: The Program Officer’s core duties will entail provision of technical support in identification and fostering of effective grant making relations in a dynamic, creative and committed manner with a focus on OSIEA’s Economic Governance programming in the Eastern Africa region.
The program officer will particularly focus on food security and land rights programming in the region.
Key Responsibilities
·         Provide a bold vision for innovative work that will add value to the existing efforts in the region by identifying grant-making, operational, and advocacy strategies on food security and land rights in Eastern Africa.
·         Support the program in conducting relevant legal and policy analyses for internal and external audiences.
·         Support in the identification of capacity and institutional development opportunities in partner organizations (grantees).
·         Support network/coalition/alliance building for joint advocacy with grantees and constituents targeting governments, donor agencies, service providers, and the general public.
·         Oversee administrative duties within the program and supervision of consultants.
·         Develop partnerships with the rest of the program staff in the identification and evaluation of emerging and key development trends and priorities in a particular region.
·         Scan the external environment to ensure program relevance.
·         Engage with civil society actors, attend meetings, solicit and evaluate grant proposals, follow-up with grantees and potential grantees. Conduct site visits as necessary.
·         Coordinate meetings, conferences, partnerships.
·         Participate in writing, editing or commissioning reports and advocacy documents on the Economic Governance programme.
·         Conduct advocacy in collaboration with grantees and constituents targeting governments, donor agencies, service providers, and the general public.
·         Represent OSIEA at key functions and meetings related to the Economic Governance program.
·         Reporting and budget management (portfolio reviews, monitoring program budget and expenditure etc.)
·         Participate in program learning, knowledge generation and management.
Person specifications
·         Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
·         Eight years of relevant work experience on human rights and social justice.
·         Substantive knowledge and at least 5 years’ experience working on land rights and food security in Eastern Africa.
·         Experience in grant making
·         Strong written and verbal communication skills in English
·         Ability to manage several simultaneous projects in a fast-paced environment.
·         Integrity, team work, diplomacy and professionalism will be essential.
·         Extraordinary initiative, creativity and capacity to think strategically.
·         Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with a diverse array of people.
·         Strong organizational skills and close attention to detail.
·         Willingness to travel as needed.

Program Officer – Democratic Governance and Rule of Law Program
Search closes: 28th September 2018
No of Posts: 1
Reporting To: Program Manager – Democratic Governance and Rule of Law Program
Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa (OSIEA), founded in 2005 as part of the Open Society Foundations network, works to advance human rights and promote vibrant and inclusive democracies in eastern Africa- Kenya, Tanzania, Sudan, South Sudan, Uganda, and Rwanda.
We support efforts to promote democratic governance, respect for rule of law, equality and non-discrimination, advancement of economic and health rights and protection of rights of minorities.
We work with governments, civil society organizations, coalitions, religious institutions and individuals (For more details check www.osiea.org)
OSIEA seeks to recruit a Program Officer, Democratic Governance and Rule of Law Program.
Overall job purpose: The Program Officer’s core duties will entail provision of technical support in identification and fostering of effective grant making relations in a dynamic, creative and committed manner with a focus on OSIEA’s democratic governance and rule of law programming in the Eastern Africa region.
The program officer will particularly focus on right to information and freedom of expression programming in the region.
Key Responsibilities
·         Provide a bold vision for innovative work that will add value to the existing efforts in the region by identifying grant-making, operational, and advocacy strategies to advance democratic governance and the rule of in Eastern Africa, particularly in relation to right to information and freedom of expression.
·         Support the program in conducting relevant legal and policy analysis in the region for internal and external audiences.
·         Support identification of capacity and institutional development opportunities in partner organizations (grantees).
·         Support network/coalition/alliance building for joint advocacy with grantees and constituents targeting governments, donor agencies, service providers, and the general public.
·         Oversee administrative duties within the program and supervision of consultants.
·         Develop partnerships with the rest of the program staff in the identification and evaluation of emerging and key development trends and priorities in a particular region.
·         Scan the external environment to ensure program relevance
·         Engage with civil society actors, attend meetings, solicit and evaluate grant proposals, follow-up with grantees and potential grantees. Conduct site visits as necessary.
·         Coordinate meetings, conferences, partnerships.
·         Participate in writing, editing or commissioning reports and advocacy documents on the Democratic Governance and Rule of Law program.
·         Conduct advocacy in collaboration with grantees and constituents targeting governments, donor agencies, service providers, and the general public.
·         Represent OSIEA at key functions and meetings related to the Democratic Governance and Rule of Law program.
·         Reporting and budget management (portfolio reviews, monitoring programme budget and expenditure etc.)
·         Participate in program learning, knowledge generation and management.
Person specifications
·         Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
·         Eight years of relevant work experience on human rights and social justice.
·         Substantive knowledge and experience working on human rights, democratic governance, and rule of law in the Eastern Africa context particularly in relation to the right to information and freedom of expression.
·         Experience in grant making
·         Strong written and verbal communication skills in English
·         Extraordinary initiative, creativity, and capacity to think strategically.
·         Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with a diverse array of people.
·         Ability to manage several simultaneous projects in a fast-paced environment.
·         Strong organizational skills and close attention to detail
·         Integrity, team work, diplomacy and professionalism will be essential.
·         Willingness to travel as needed.
At OSIEA, all employees are expected to work at integrating the organizational values into the performance of their duties and tasks on a daily basis and by participating in in-house working groups designed to uphold the values and foster healthy inter-office communication.
Suitably qualified candidates should mail their application letters and resumes to jobs@osiea.org by 28th September 2018.
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