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  • Posted: Nov 4, 2021
    Deadline: Nov 14, 2021
  • The International AIDS Vaccine Initiative is a global not-for-profit, public-private partnership working to accelerate the development of vaccines to prevent HIV infection and AIDS.
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    Project Officer -Resilience Tanariver

    IAS-Kenya  implements projects in the following thematic areas; Inclusive Education (IE), Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM), resilience and disaster risk reduction (DRR), Civil Society Development (CSD), humanitarian intervention (HI) and Inclusive Education as well as mainstreaming cross-cutting issues, disability, gender, and gender based violence (GBV) human rights.


    IAS Kenya is implementing the project with a consortium of partners under the Umbrella, Kenya for Resilience (K4R), which include Children’s  Mission Africa (CMA), The Salvation Army and Life and Peace Institute (LPI) with the following goal “reduced disaster risk and losses in lives, livelihoods and health and in the economic, physical, social, cultural, environmental and spiritual capitals of persons and communities, while increasing their absorptive, adaptive and transformative capacities”

    IAS- Kenya is recruiting a Project Officer - Resilience who will be  based  in  Hola- Tanariver  County . S/he will be responsible for the overall implementation and reporting of the Resilience project.

    Report to

    Programmes Manager

    Duration of the Contract

    One  year Contract : Renewable   based  on performance   and   availability  of  funds


    The role of this position is to guide communities and farmer groups to come up with smart development plans and facilitate project implementation as per the project proposal and agreed operation plans from time to time. The position is based at IAS Kenya, Hola Office, Tana River County and Implementing the project at Mikinduni Ward. The project management however reserves the right to transfer you to a different office or reassign you other duties as per prevailing need from time to time.


    1. Aligning IAS Kenya to the Consortium outcomes which include; livelihoods, learning, innovation and adaptive management and integrating conflicts and resilience.
    2. Facilitating the selection of communities including farmer groups to participate in SMC funded Resilience- Livelihoods Project.
    3. Facilitating farmer groups to come up with smart development plans in line with the Ministry of Agriculture and County Government of Tana River.
    4. Providing support to the communities to form strong organizational structures through formation of investment groups and registration with the Government of Kenya.
    5. Facilitating communities to come up with smart development plans for addressing their needs besides organizing community meetings and training from time to time.
    6. Supervising farmers and farmers’ groups on post harvesting handling and fodder bulking within the targeted farmer groups and communities to ensure quality control (materials and workmanship) and effective use of resources.
    7. Training of lead farmers or ToTs on dry land farming technologies so as to ensure food security.
    8. Developing the capacity of farmers and farmers groups on suitable DRR and CMDRR strategies to enhance resilience interventions.
    9. Building the capacity of community leadership, elders and other duty bearers on rights and responsibilities.
    10. Participating in and supporting the running of K4R County Chapter Communities of Practice in Tana River
    11. Training of farmers and farmers groups on profitable value chains
    12. Participating in coordination and networking meetings involving partners from governmental (County Government) & non-governmental organizations.
    13. Strengthening gender equity within communities
    14. Facilitating the inclusion of people living with disability in programming.
    15. Facilitating communities to participate in relevant networks and advocacy events.
    16. Work closely with the government officials, extension workers and NGO officials with similar objectives to those of the International Aid Services Kenya Resilience Project in order to enrich the projects outputs.
    17. Compiling and submitting weekly, monthly   and annual field reports on all project activities within the project area to the Programme Manager IAS Kenya and as well as Project Manager Children’s  Mission Africa.
    18. Ensuring proper record keeping in line with the means of verification of the logical framework in the project document.
    19. Participating   in the preparation of quarterly / annual activity and financial reports
    20.   Any other duties as assigned by management


    • Bachelors’ Degree in Agricultural Sciences/Agronomy/Horticulture/Agricultural Economics/Agriculture Business Management or related field from a recognized University.
    • Minimum three years proven experience in working/programming in either relief or development and preferably in  an NGO.
    • Good understanding of gender mainstreaming in Resilience and livelihoods projects
    • Ability to conduct community Livelihoods and resilience needs assessment, project planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of livelihoods and resilience interventions
    • Excellent computer skills, including proficiency in MS office suites

    End Results Expected

    • Clear project targets
    • Clear work plans/work break downs
    • Project Maps

    Other requirements:

    • HELB Clearance certificate
    • Valid Kenyan Motorcycle riding license

    Method of Application

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    Note: Never pay for any training, certificate, assessment, or testing to the recruiter.

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