NGO Jobs in Kenya – FIDA 2019
Career Kenya: NGO Jobs in Kenya – FIDA 2019
Employment vacancy : Today Recruitment Kenya
Kenya) welcomes applications from qualified candidates for the following vacant
Job Summary: The position holder will deputize the Executive Director,
in providing strategic leadership and ensure successful implementation of FIDA
Kenya programmes. The post holder will also be responsible to manage grants
portfolio, ensure timely submission of reports, and ensure the development of
quality resource mobilization proposals.
Under the guidance of Executive
Director, to manage and ensure formulation and successful implementation of
FIDA Kenya programmes.
Provide leadership, motivation,
mentorship and productivity within the programs.
Contribute to the development of
programs, appropriate work plans and activities to be implemented.
Providing technical support to
programs and program officers in managing grants portfolio, analysis and
Assist in developing and periodically
reviewing resource mobilization strategies.
Review and submit funding concepts
and proposals in consultation with the Executive Director.
Ensure preparation and submission of
quality donor reports.
Representing FIDA Kenya in external
forums and partner activities.
Coordinate the running of the three
offices in Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu.
Assist the Executive Director to
build and sustain effective partnerships with government, like minded
organizations and other civil societies.
Assist the Executive Director in
enhancing FIDA Kenya’s visibility.
MUST be an advocate of the High Court
of Kenya with a current practicing certificate.
Have at least SEVEN (7) years post
admission experience; with three (3) years in a senior management position.
Possess a Master’s degree in Law or
NGO experience is an added advantage.
Monitoring & Evaluation Officer will be responsible to design and oversee
all monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities, including ensuring full
compliance with donor requirements, assisting programme team in defining outcome
indicators, developing data collection tools and data collection methodologies,
and leading data assessments and programme evaluation.
integrated at the planning stages of programme and monitor project activities
on a regular basis to ensure project impact.
Deputy Executive Director and Head of Programmes
Monitor development and
implementation of programme activities included in annual work plan with
particular focus on results, impacts and lesson learning.
Promote results-based approach to
M&E, emphasizing on results and impacts.
Follow up on monthly reports from
staff on programme progress against work plan and provide feedback highlighting
areas of concern and progress and ensure their timely submission.
Facilitate, design and implement
M& E tools.
Undertake and facilitate the
implementation of M&E plan, regularly revising and updating performance
questions, indicators, methods and formats.
Identify problems with the M&E
system and modify the system, as necessary.
Ensure that staff are receiving
adequate support to be able to implement their M&E functions.
Create a knowledge management
strategy and framework.
Organize and provide refresher
training in M&E for staff.
Any other duties assigned by the
supervisor from time-to-time.
Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences,
Project Management or Statistics.
At least THREE (3) years’ experience
in monitoring & evaluation, project management, networking, donor relations
and developing/writing project proposals.
Experience with Monitoring &
Evaluation systems in NGO context.
Experience in proposal writing and
resource mobilization strategies.
Proficiency in statistical computer
packages e.g. SPSS, STATA, EPI-INFO etc.
should send a cover letter and detailed CV to
one of whom must be a former supervisor, expected salary, daytime contact, job
title and job reference number.
candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
discriminate on any basis including age, gender, sex, race, ethnic origin,
social origin, disability, religion, and marital status.
FIDA Kenya does not charge a fee at any stage of the