Pioneer Hi-Bred: Country Manager, Sales Agronomist, Finance Controller, Warehouse & Shipping Leader Jobs in Kenya

 


Want to make a difference in our world by meeting the challenges of feeding and powering a growing planet?

Pioneer Hi-Bred, a DuPont Business, is a respected leader in the agricultural industry.

We are the world’s leading developer and supplier of hybrid seed corn and branded varietal soybean seed.

We seek the following individuals at Pioneer Hi-Bred Kenya Limited, a subsidiary of Pioneer Hi-Bred International:

Country Manager


Requirements:


  • A BSc in Crop Science or Agronomy (postgraduate studies in Business Management would be preferred)
  • 10 or more years’ successful sales/marketing management experience
  • Experience in agriculture and grain crop production
  • Experience within a sales network
  • Business reporting and budgeting experience
  • Strong written and verbal communication skilLs
  • Visionary Leadership
  • Strategic decision-making skills
  • TechnicaL/professional knowledge of agriculture and business
  • Bilingual (English and Afrikaans).

Please forward your CVs to countrymanager@pioneer.com

Sales Agronomist


Requirements:


  • A Bachelor of Science degree in Agronomy or Crop Science
  • At least 3 years’ experience in a sales position
  • Selling skills
  • Communication skills (groups and one on one)
  • Relationship building skills
  • Technical competence and product knowledge
  • A drive for results
  • The ability to manage sales execution and analyse chalLenges
  • Training and coaching skills
  • Listening skilLs
  • The confidence to provide direction and manage objections.

Please forward your CVs to kenya.agronomist@pioneer.com

Finance Controller


  • Requirements:
  • 3+ years’ finance experience
  • A university degree in Accounting, Finance or Economics
  • Chartered Accountant certification would be a plus
  • Good computer skills in Excel and presentations and financial and legacy systems such as GCAP, DSAP, etc
  • Proficiency in Business English
  • Leadership skills
  • Strategic thinking
  • A high degree of independence and the ability to work with minimal day-to-day supervision
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Highly effective communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills.

Please forward your CVs to kenya.finance@pioneer.com

Warehouse & Shipping Leader


Requirements:


  • A diploma in Accounting
  • 3-5 years’ warehousing and shipping experience
  • A certificate in Sampling and Pest Control
  • A qualification ¡n Seed Technology
  • Good computer skills
  • The ability to work confidentLy in a high-pressure environment
  • Adaptable, efficient and friendly
  • The ability to handle conflict situations
  • Good knowledge of customer procedures and regulations
  • Fair background knowledge of the seed industry
  • Good communication, time management, organisational and problem-solving skills.
  • Please forward your CVs to warehouse.leader@pioneer.com


Closing date: 12 April 2012.




One Acre Fund Vehicle and Logistics Associate Job in Rural Kenya

 

Industry: Non-profit / International Development


Function: Support and Maintenance


Employer: One Acre Fund


Job Title: Vehicle and Logistics Associate


Job Location: Rural Kenya


Commitment: Long term career position 


Organization Description

One Acre Fund is a growing NGO in Kenya, Rwanda, and Burundi that is innovating a new way of helping farm families to achieve their full potential.

One Acre invests in farmers to generate a permanent gain in farm income. We provide farmers with a "market bundle" that includes education, finance, seed and fertilizer, and market access.

Our program is proven impactful – every year, we weigh thousands of harvests and measure more than 100% average gain in farm income per acre. We are growing quickly. In six years, we have grown to serve 75,000 farm families with more than 500 full-time field staff.

Profile

We are looking for an individual with significant experience as a practicing mechanic to provide outstanding vehicle maintenance for One Acre Fund’s fleet, as well as to provide assistance to the logistics department.

Role Description

Primary role: to provide timely, safe, and cost effective repairs and preventive maintenance of fleet equipment. Secondary role: to perform logistics tasks as requested by the logistics department.

Primary Role: Vehicle Fleet Manager

Your primary role will be to maintain our fleet of vehicles

Accountabilities:


  • Troubleshoot, diagnose and complete repairs on all types of vehicles.
  • Perform preventative maintenance in fleet.
  • Keep vehicle repair and maintenance histories
  • Keep vehicle repair and maintenance budget
  • Perform daily cosmetic checks on vehicles
  • Procure genuine parts at competitive prices, subject to biannual external audits
  • Establish and maintain a repair booking procedure
  • Ensure repairs are carried out with minimal disruption to operations
  • Keep accurate service records
  • Ensure cars are properly insured and licenses renewed in good time
  • Pick up and deliver vehicles
  • Secondary Role: Logistics Associate


Your secondary role will be to perform logistics tasks as requested by the logistics department.

Accountabilities:


  • You will assist in Warehousing at the NCPB
  • You will assist in Agricultural Support Unit
  • You will facilitate the disbursement of input and incentives together with the logistic team
  • You will facilitate deliveries in special projects
  • You will perform any other official duties as required by your supervisor
  • Critical Knowledge, Skills & Experience: 
  • At least three years as a practising mechanic
  • Must be a competent driver with a valid driving licence
  • Demonstrated mechanical and technical aptitude
  • Minimum of 2 years related work experience in maintaining fleet vehicles.
  • Experience working with 4x4s and logistics vehicles.
  • Gasoline, diesel and propane vehicle experience preferred
  • Experience in a leadership or management role
  • Must have orientation towards customer service and safety
  • Have exceptional proactive problem solving skills
  • Exceptional communication skills
  • Exceptional punctuality and timeliness
  • Able to handle multiple priorities and effectively communicate issues to supervisor and customers
  • Positively motivates self and others and promotes teamwork; develops team members
  • Must have demonstrated experience in Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Must live in, or be willing to relocate to, Bungoma – Western Kenya.
  • Education Qualifications
  • Post-secondary certification in Logistics, procurement or any relevant field.
  • Minimum of Certificate qualification in Vehicle Mechanics.
  • Certificate in basic computer studies
  • Career Growth and Development – One Acre Fund invests in building management and leadership skills. We provide constant, actionable feedback delivered through weekly.


Timeline: Resumes should be submitted by April 28th 2012

Compensation: Competitive Salary with Performance Based Incentives

Benefits: NSSF and NHIF, airtime and transportation allowances

Career Development: Twice Annual career reviews and constant feedback. Your manager will invest significant time in your career development.

One Acre Fund is an equal opportunity employer.

To Apply: Email Cover letter and Resume

To kenyajobs@oneacrefund.org (Subject line: Vehicle and Logistics Associate + the place you heard of the position) and include salary expectations


One Acre Fund Operations and Administration Specialist Job in Rural Kenya

 


Industry: Nonprofit / International Development


Function: Administration and Operations


Employer: One Acre Fund


Job Title: Operations and Administration Specialist


Job Location: Rural Kenya


Commitment: Two-year minimum


Organization Description

One Acre Fund is a growing NGO in Kenya, Rwanda, and Burundi that is innovating a new way of helping farm families to achieve their full potential.

One Acre invests in farmers to generate a permanent gain in farm income. We provide farmers with a "market bundle" that includes education, finance, seed and fertilizer, and market access.

Our program is proven impactful – every year, we weigh thousands of harvests and measure more than 100% average gain in farm income per acre. We are growing quickly. In six years, we have grown to serve 75,000 farm families with more than 500 full-time field staff.

Job Description

We are looking for an extremely organised, passionate and capable individual to help expand our administration department as One Acre Fund grows.

Initial tasks would be similar to that of an administration officer, but we are seeking someone to eventually take on management responsibilitiesand hold a key position within our administration department.


  • Essential Skills and Experience
  • At least 2 years leadership experience
  • Experience with finance and accounts
  • Highly skilled with computer software, particularly Microsoft Office (including Excel)
  • Strong ability to work within deadlines
  • Ability to multitask and prioritise – You will be managing several projects at once and must be able to complete them in order of priority.
  • Attention to detail – One Acre Fund has exceptionally high standards and all projects must be completed to a very detailed level.
  • Ability to work under minimum supervision
  • Excellent communication and high level of professionalism.
  • Must live or be willing to relocate to Bungoma, Western Kenya.
  • Desirable Skills and Experience
  • Leadership experience – You will be managing several teams, and we are looking for someone who has great leadership qualities.
  • Experience in business, entrepreneurship or NGO administration
  • Procurement experience
  • Ability to work long hours – All One Acre Fund employees are passionate about what they do. We are a professional organisation and our employees often work outside regular hours in order to achieve fantastic results.

Education Qualification

A Higher Diploma in the relevant field of study.
Career Growth and Development: One Acre Fund invests in building management and leadership skills. We provide constant, actionable feedback delivered through weekly mentorship and through regular career reviews. We are a rapidly expanding organisation and there is significant capacity for career growth in roles that each person can be passionate about.

Areas of Responsibility


  • Staff travel and transport - Researching and timely booking low cost flights for staff. Responsible for vehicle fleet management including maintenance, insurance and necessary documentation.
  • Accommodation and property management - Ensure that all visitors and staff have appropriate accommodation, source new rental/buying options for our expanding team and ensure documentation is legal and current.Ensure that bills and rent are paid on a timely basis
  • Construction and maintenance - Ensuring our properties are maintained to a professional level, including ensuring all new construction work is of professional quality, and all utilities are in order. You may eventually be responsible for managing our construction and maintenance team.
  • Health - Ensure that all staff are properly vaccinated according to programs/schedules and equipment is always fully stocked.Ensure that emergency health procedures are in place
  • Security - Ensure that our security service is well managed, security guard attendance is high and emergency security procedures are in place.
  • Management and development of staff - You may eventually be managing our security, construction, vehicle maintenance and special projects support teams. Ensure that all managers report on a timely basis, perform excellently, and have full control over their departments and construct trainings for managers to improve on areas of weaknesses.
  • Expense and finance management - You will become responsible for the finances of your team. This entails close monitoring of expenses, arranging audits, brainstorming cost saving techniques, and creating a budget for the administration team.
  • Procurement - You will be responsible for ensuring that all purchases are genuine and at the best possible price. This demands considerable negotiating and research skills, as well as thorough auditing.
  • Timeline: Resumes should be submitted by April 28th 2012


Compensation: Competitive Salary with Performance Based Incentives

Benefits: NSSF and NHIF, airtime and transportation allowances

Career Development: Twice Annual career reviews and constant feedback. Your manager will invest significant time in your career development.

One Acre Fund is an equal opportunity employer.

To Apply: Email Cover letter and Resume

To kenyajobs@oneacrefund.org (Subject line: Operations and Administration Specialist + the place you heard of the position) and include salary expectations.




Senior Human Resources Advisor Job Vacancy in One of the International Big Four Accounting and Advisory Firms





Senior Human Resources Advisor 

(Covering Kenya, Uganda,Tanzania, Ethiopia, Rwanda, South Sudan)

Job Ref. MN 5305

Our client is one of the international Big Four Accounting and Advisory Firms in the world.

The Nairobi office covers Eastern and Central Africa.

They wish to recruit a Senior Human Resource Advisor for the six operational countries in Eastern and Central Africa.

This key position in the consultancy advisory team will be overall in charge of Human Resource Advisory services, both in sourcing and implementing Human Resource projects from Central Governments, Parastatals, NGOs and Private Sector Corporates.

Job Profile

  • Marketing of Human Resource Advisory Services.
  • Participate in and also lead Human Resource Advisory teams.
  • Build and continuously enhance external relations at senior levels with existing and potential clients.
  • Innovative value addition to clients business.
  • Contribute to operating an effecient business through effective project management.
  • Person Profile
  • A minimum of 7 years relevant experience in Human Advisory in leading local or international consultancy firms OR a minimum 10 years in Senior Human Resource Management in blue chip companies.
  • Masters degree or equivalent with specialization in Human Resources.
  • Research and Report Writing Skills.
  • Flexible for approx 30 per cent travel from Nairobi to the other five operational countries in the region as the need arises.
  • Highly computer literate.
  • Strong industrial relations skills.
  • An attractive remuneration package will be offered.

Send your application with a detailed CV and a daytime telephone number.

Please also sumarize yourself as follows:-
Job Ref. No.
Your Name
Current/Past Salary: Year 2010 p.m; Year 2011 p.m
Year 2011 Benefits: If house, state market rent, If car state cc.
Send your application by hand, courier, post or email so as to reach us by 12Noon 6th April 2012.

Mark Job Ref. No. on top left of the envelope.

Send to: 

Executive Selection Division,
Manpower Services (K) Ltd,
3rd Floor, Landmark Plaza,
Directly Opposite Nairobi Hospital Entrance,
P.O. Box 50736 -00200, Nairobi.







Healthcare Provider Sales Representatives Jobs in Eldoret Kenya

   Urgently Required!

A leading Healthcare provider  wishes to recruit Sales Representatives to be based in Eldoret Town.
 
Employment type: Full time

Duty:  Reporting to Sales Team Leader

Key Responsibilities

  • Achieve monthly, quarterly and annual targets as allocated.
  • Compile market intelligence, competitor activities and recommending appropriate strategy to increase company market share.
  • Ensure growth in business volumes and customer numbers
  • Quality management of customer expectations.
  • Key Requirements/Competencies:
  • Strong and proven capabilities in business development.
  • Innovative and creative.
  • High level of integrity.
  • Customer focused and good PR.
  • Decisive and confident
  • Excellent analytical and interpersonal skills
  • A passion and commitment to quality service performance.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Result oriented.
  • Good negotiator and articulate communicator.
  • Medical background will be an added advantage
  • Qualifications & Experience
  • A bachelor's degree in any discipline / Diploma in Sales and Marketing
  • Self motivated & proven ability to meet sales targets within defined deadlines
  • sales experience in selling FMCG and / Health Care services will be an added advantage.
  • Remuneration: Commission based
  •  
A very attractive commission on every sale generated and company support to achieve. 

Interested candidates are invited to apply by e-mail to: ewekesa@aar.co.ke.
 
Closing date: 31st March 2012 by 5.00pm






CDC Public Health Specialist and Cooperative Agreement Specialist Vacancies in Kenya

 The United States Embassy – Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Kenya has a vacancy for Public Health Specialist (HIV/AIDS Treatment and Prevention) in Nairobi.

The Technical Advisor (TA) oversees HIV/AIDS treatment and care for the Division of Global HIV/AIDS (DGHA)-Kenya and its Implementing Partners at selected service delivery and study sites in Kenya.

The TA will contribute to local, provincial and national levels regarding adult and pediatric care and treatment activities, curriculum development and trainings.

Responsibilities are in two broad areas: Implementing/ supporting treatment and care activities; and working with Implementing Partners throughout Kenya.

Technical duties include leading efforts to ensure that treatment and care activities are based on the most recent relevant and science-based data, and that scientific knowledge is translated into program guidelines and practices for both opportunistic infection (OI) prophylaxis and ARV use.

General responsibilities of the position are to ensure that all activities contribute to the achievement of CDC and DGHA-Kenya goals.

Requirements:

Medical qualification (United States MD or equivalent) and a Master’s degree in internal medicine - Mmed) or a Master’s degree in Public Health or a Master’s degree in Epidemiology is required.

Experience:

(1). Medical and Public Health:
At least 3 years of specialist experience in the clinical management of HIV/AIDS is required, which must include experience with the use of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) and OI prophylaxis.
(2). International Experience:
At least 3 years of medical and public health experience in developing countries is required, with an emphasis on HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections, or reproductive health.
Level IV (fluent) English ability and Level IV (fluent) Kiswahili are required.
Must have technical knowledge of clinical medicine, epidemiology, and public health relevant to the African setting.
Must be able to process written reports and must have strong computer skills in spreadsheets and database software packages.

Those fulfilling the requirements of the position should submit on line application to the following link: http://americanembassy.myjobsinkenya.com before April 12, 2012.

The United States Embassy – Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Kenya has a vacancy in Nairobi for a Cooperative Agreement Specialist.

The incumbent will oversees the day-to-day management of agency grants, contracts and cooperative agreements to support and promote effective and coordinated implementation, monitoring and overall management of agency funded PEPFAR activities carried out by implementing partners in Kenya.

The position is one of three responsible for a grants management portfolio involving 45 cooperative agreements involving 50 grantees and worth approximately $180 million.

Incumbent has a broad range of complex programmatic and administrative management duties in the general area of grants and financial management; especially overseeing the monitoring and compliance aspects of grants management activities.

Requirements:


Bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration, management or finance is required. 3 years of progressively responsible grants management experience in a public health field or a healthrelated international development organization is required. Level IV (fluent) English is required.
A thorough knowledge of procurement and contracting (including grants, contracts and/or cooperative agreement audit and accounting requirements) is required.
Must be able to assess grants management issues and develop realistic solutions. Must be able to plan budget expenditures to meet PEPFARprogram needs.
Must have computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets and databases.

Those fulfilling the requirements of the position should submit on line application to the following link: http://americanembassy.myjobsinkenya.com before April 12, 2012.





Millennium Promise Community Jobs: Development Facilitator, Education Facilitator, Community Health Worker Manager and Health Facility Nurse

About Millennium Promise And Millennium Villages Project

Millennium Promise is the leading international non-profit organization solely committed
to supporting the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals to halve extreme
poverty by 2015.

Its flagship initiative is the Millennium Villages Project. In collaboration with the Earth Institute at Columbia University, Millennium Promise has the administrative and operations responsibility of the Millennium Villages Project, which supports integrated social and business development services for more than 500,000 people in rural communities across 10 countries in sub-Saharan Africa (Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mali, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania and Uganda). Millennium Villages Project reflects Millennium Promise’s focus on simultaneously addressing the interconnected challenges of poverty – which include hunger and malnutrition, disease and lack of access to health care, poor education, water and sanitation and insufficient infrastructure, among others. The organization engages partners from the private and public sectors, national governments and individuals.

Community Development Facilitator

Reports to: Cluster Team Leader
Duty Station: Dertu
Contract Period: One year, renewable

Duties And Responsibilities

The Community Development Facilitator will be responsible to the Team Leader and will supervise the implementation of all community development interventions and programs in the village.

More specifically he/she will perform the following:

    Liaise with sector specific facilitators to facilitate community trainings, Coordination, sensitization and mobilization of parents/community to participate in development activities while enhancing community contributions,
    Facilitate the planning and implementation of development interventions through capacity building of various structure of the community already established,
    Promote participatory monitoring and evaluation processes within the community,
    Supervise enumerators on carrying out socio economic surveys,
    Promote collaboration, communication and cooperation with government ministries and other stakeholders and actors in the community,
    Ensure accurate and timely production of monthly, quarterly and annual planning and budgeting for planned project activities with the community,
    Facilitate development of community action in liaison with various sectors,
    Facilitate conflict resolutions among the communities and ensure peace and coexistence structures are reinforced,
    Oversee promotion and adoption of community learning resource centers in the
    villages.
    Facilitate registration of the community recognized institutions through the DSDO

Skills and Credentials

    Minimum of 5 years of increasingly responsibility in, Community Development, NGO experience preferred,
    Minimum of a Bachelors Degree in social studies (Preferably in Community
    Development, Social Work, Gender & Development Studies),
    Very good spoken and written communication skills in English; ( understanding of Somali language preferred)
    Very good knowledge of basic computer skills, knowledge in MS Excel is an added advantage
    Excellent and interpersonal skills.
    Proven ability to lead and motivate people and have a proactive approach to ensure that systems and information flows are effective. A high level of initiative, creativity, judgment and service orientation
    Willingness to work and live in Dertu
    Experience working in diverse/ multi-cultural communities

Education Facilitator

Reports to: Cluster Team Leader
Duty Station: Dertu
Contract Period: One year, renewable

Duties and Responsibilities

The Education Facilitator will be responsible to the Team Leader and will supervise
the implementation of all education interventions and programs in the village. More
specifically he/she will perform the following:

    Sensitization and mobilization of parents/community to participate in education development.
    Organize and facilitate appropriate training programs for the community and the School Management Committees in participating in the program,
    Facilitate the planning and implementation of education interventions including formal and alternative basic education e.g. mobile schools,
    Facilitate monitoring and evaluation of education activities, in conjunction with ministry of education and other stakeholders,
    Provide the necessary technical support to community based committees so as to strengthen the overall educational performance of the project,
    Identify relevant educational interventions with the community and facilitate their full participation towards project ownership,
    Promote high level collaboration, communication and co-operation with government ministries and other stakeholders and actors in the community,
    Document activity progress on regular basis,
    Make timely monthly planning and budgeting for activities.

Skills And Credentials

    Minimum of 3 years of increasingly responsibility in implementing education interventions in arid areas, NGO experience preferred,
    Minimum of a Bachelors degree in education,
    Very good spoken and written communication skills in English; ( understanding of Somali language preferred)
    Very good knowledge of basic computer skills, knowledge in MS Excel is an added advantage
    Excellent and interpersonal skills.
    Proven ability to lead and motivate people and have a proactive approach to ensure that systems and information flows are effective.
    A high level of initiative, creativity, judgment and service orientation
    Willingness to work and live in Dertu
    Experience working in diverse/ multi-cultural communities

Community Health Worker Manager

Reports to: Cluster Team Leader
Duty Station: Dertu
Contract Period: One year, renewable

Duties and Responsibilities

The community health worker manager is responsible to the team leader and will supervisor the implementation of the community health programs in the village. More specifically he/she will perform the following:

    Hold weekly meetingswith Community Health Workers (CHW), weekly and monthly reports compiling public health data and work closely with the Database Manager.
    Identify actionable items on weekly reports and design timely interventions to improve the health of the community, based on incoming data. If death is reported, perform verbal autopsy.
    Fill out monthly reports compiling public health data received from Community Health
    Workers to send to Health Coordinator, CHW East Africa Coordinator.
    Ensure operations tools evolve with the needs of the Dertu site.
    Collect data monthly from CHV-Community Health Veterinary, Coordinators.
    Lead CHW manual revisions by providing feedback to the health coordinator.
    Liaise with the m-Health team on CHW trainings on mobile phone usage.
    Community Health Worker Evaluations and Certifications; Conduct regular field evaluations of CHWs
    Lead and maintain an on-going certification process for Community Health Workers.
    Lead Community Focus Groups every quarter to evaluate specific Community Health Workers.
    CHW Program Management; Organize and supervise the work of CHVs
    Maintain and update the CHW Register.
    Monitor and supervise CHW use of data/operations tools and Provide general support for health team initiatives.

Skills and Credentials

    A registered nurse or public health technician or clinical officer or related subject, and or advanced management qualifications or equivalent experience in public health and health administration.
    Knowledge of epidemiology an added advantage
    At least three (3) years relevant experience in supervisory role or in health care with a development-oriented NGO
    Proven ability to lead and motivate people and have a proactive approach to ensure that systems and information flows are effective. A high level of initiative, creativity, judgment and service orientation
    Excellent skills in computer packages. High proficiency in oral and written English and Somali language.
    Willingness to work and live in Dertu

Health Facility Nurse

Reports to: Health Coordinator
Duty Station: Dertu
Contract Period: One year, renewable

Duties and Responsibilities

Health Facility Nurse will be responsible to the project health coordinator and will be in charge of a health post. More specifically he/she will perform the following:

    Provision of focused antenatal care to pregnant mothers,
    Provision of PMTC services in accordance with ministry of health guidelines,
    Practice of integrated management of childhood illness including conduction of routine and campaign immunization and education of families on IMCI,
    Provision of primary care services for the older children and adults,
    Conducting mobile clinics into the community,
    Conducting normal delivery including taking night calls,
    Participate in all relevant clinical research,
    Prepare comprehensive summaries and reports of the facilities and mobile clinic activities.
    VCT Counselling
    Patient and community education
    Follow up on the health cases such as patients on ARV and their nutrition

Skills and Credentials

    Minimum of 3 years of increasingly responsibility in implementing health interventions in arid areas, NGO experience preferred,
    Diploma in Nursing,
    Very good spoken and written communication skills in English; ( understanding of Somali language preferred)
    Excellent and interpersonal skills.
    Proven ability to lead and motivate people and have a proactive approach to ensure that systems and information flows are effective. A high level of initiative, creativity, judgment and service orientation
    Willingness to work and live in Dertu
    Experience working in diverse/ multi-cultural communities

Terms of Offer

Millennium Promise is an equal opportunity employer offering a competitive salary.

Applicants are invited to send a cover letter illustrating their suitability for the above positions against the listed qualifications/competencies/skills and a detailed curriculum vitae, with names and addresses of three referees (including telephone and fax numbers and email address).

Applications should indicate on the envelope position applied for and addressed to the Cluster Team Leader,
Dertu-Millennium Villages Project,
P.O. Box 958 - 70100,
Garissa.

Applications will be considered until 30th March, 2012.

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted






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