Plan Education Project Officer, Livelihood Project Officer, People & Culture Administrator Jobs in Kenya

Plan is an international humanitarian child centered community development organization, without religious, political or government affiliation. 
Plan started its operations in Kenya in 1982 and is committed to protecting and promoting child rights, and to improving the lives and futures of poor children, their families and communities through a child-centered community development approach. 
Plan Kenya has the following vacancies:
 
1. Project Officer, Education
2 Positions – Based in Kisumu and Kwale
The job holder/s will provide the overall implementation of the Child Centered Community Development (CCCD) projects in line with PULTP strategies and ensures sensitization of the community about Plan’s new strategy by facilitating appropriate networks. 
He/she is responsible for the development and execution of the education project outlines and control of budgets and in charge of the designing, implementation, monitoring and reporting on the project activities.
 
Key responsibilities
  • Project implementation in line with budget
  • Submission of timely and accurate project documents
  • Regular project implementation updates in the PPM.
  • Active participation in partnerships with CSOs and communities
  • Preparation, sharing and actualization of work plans in line with the project outlines.
  • Participate in the designing, implementing and monitoring education project in line with the PULTP and CSP
Communications and Working Relationships
 
The incumbent is expected to maintain a high level of external communication/contact at the community, Districts and County levels. 
A medium level of external communication with the INGO and high level of communication with LNGO, CBOs partners in the county is expected as well as a low level of external communication with Plan NOs (sponsorship communications such as AOs and AUs, Grants funded projects)
 
Educational Qualifications, Skills and Experience
  • Degree and/or Diploma in Community Development or related field
  • 3 years’ experience in community development
  • Good interpersonal and relationship skills and experience
  • Skills in managing project implementation and monitoring is critical
  • Good communication, negotiation and advocacy skills
  • Strong report writing skills.
  • Conflict management skills
  • Networking, partnership development and management skills.
  • Motorbike riding skills.
  • Fundraising/resource mobilization skills
2. Project Officer, Livelihood

Based in Bondo
The job holder/s will provide the overall implementation of the Child Centered Community Development (CCCD) projects in line with PULTP strategies and ensures sensitization of the community about Plan’s new strategy by facilitating appropriate networks. 
He/she is responsible for the development and execution of livelihood project outlines and control of budgets and in charge of the designing, implementation, monitoring and reporting on the project activities.

Key responsibilities
  • Project implementation in line with budget
  • Submission of timely and accurate project documents
  • Regular project implementation updates in the PPM.
  • Active participation in partnerships with CSOs and communities
  • Preparation, sharing and actualization of work plans in line with the project outlines.
  • Participate in the designing, implementing and monitoring education project in line with the PULTP and CSP
Communications and Working Relationships
 
The incumbent is expected to maintain a high level of external communication/contact at the community, Districts and County levels. 
A medium level of external communication with the INGO and high level of communication with LNGO, CBOs partners in the county is expected as well as a low level of external communication with Plan NOs (sponsorship communications such as AOs and AUs, Grants funded projects)

Educational Qualifications, Skills and Experience
  • Degree and/or Diploma in Community Development or related field
  • 3 years’ experience in community development
  • Good interpersonal and relationship skills and experience
  • Skills in managing project implementation and monitoring is critical
  • Good communication, negotiation and advocacy skills
  • Strong report writing skills.
  • Conflict management skills
  • Networking, partnership development and management skills.
  • Motorbike riding skills.
  • Fundraising/resource mobilization skills
3. People & Culture Administrator 
Based in Nairobi
 
Plan is seeking to recruit a People & Culture Administrator based at the Country Office in Nairobi. The successful candidate will be required to provide administrative and technical support to the HR function. 
He/she will be expected to resolve challenges which typically occur in human resource management as well as demonstrate the ability to solve problems, think strategically and ensure that Plan policies and local labour laws are adhered to. 
The position reports to the People & Culture Manager.
 
Key responsibilities
  • Facilitate the recruitment process to ensure the right staff, at the right time and in the right place in order to satisfy the human resources needs
  • Offer HR- related guidance to staff and supervisors
  • Assist in job analysis and job evaluation to determine the relative worth of jobs, accurate JDs, accurate job adverts and placing of jobs in the correct salary grade
  • Coordinate training and development, orientation and identification of periodic staff development gaps needed to determine the right skills for training.
  • Coordinate performance management to assess performance against set objectives
  • Compensation and benefits administration
  • Keeping employee records whilst meeting statutory requirements
  • Implementation of HRIS Increasing access to HR data by staff, hence ensuring service improvement and overall operational efficiency
  • Ensure all HR process are compliant to the HR policies and the labour laws
Educational Qualifications and Experience
  • A Bachelor’s degree or Higher Diploma in Human Resources, Business Administration or related field
  • 2-3 years’ experience in human resource
  • Knowledge and experience of HR processes
  • Good understanding and the application of statutory and labour laws
  • Good understanding of best practices in HR
Key Skills and behaviours
  • Excellent organization skills
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Clear and effective communicator
  • Ability to meet set deadlines
  • Both people and results oriented
Gains, develops and retains credibility about his/her performance
 
Plan Kenya is a development organization uniting people to advance the rights of all children. Accordingly, employment is subject to our child protection standards including appropriate background checks and adherence to our Child Protection Policy.
 
How to apply
 
Those interested should send their applications to Jobs.Plankenya@plan-international.org
 
Please attach an updated curriculum vitae, current remuneration and contacts of three professional references, including you current/latest line manager.
 
The subject of your application should only bear the title of the job exactly as it appears above followed by location for ease of sorting e.g. PROJECT OFFICER-EDUCATION, KWALE PROGRAM UNIT.
 
Applicants should submit their applications on or before 26th July 2012.
We regret that only short listed candidates will be contacted.


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