Jobs Career Advice Signup
X

Send this job to a friend

X

Did you notice an error or suspect this job is scam? Tell us.

  • Posted: May 31, 2021
    Deadline: Not specified
    • @gmail.com
    • @yahoo.com
    • @outlook.com
  • The Lutheran World Federation (LWF; German: Lutherischer Weltbund) is a global communion .The Department for World Service is the LWF's humanitarian arm. It has programmes in 32 countries. The LWF is a member of ACT Alliance.
    Read more about this company

     

    Programmes Intern (Refugees Applicants Only), Nairobi

    Duration:  12 Months

    Location: Nairobi

    Lutheran World Federation World Service Kenya Program is seeking to recruit Refugee intern (living in Nairobi Kenya) for the following position to be based in Nairobi (with frequent travels to Kakuma and Dadaab).

     PositionProgrammes InternHuman Rights/UPR Project- (Refugees applicants only)

     Role Purpose

    Responsible for coordinating and reporting on all activities in the project in conformity with the Project Document (PD) and its approved working budget, more particularly.

    The incumbent will report directly to Technical Advisor- Advocacy and Human Rights or his/her designate.

    Duties and responsibilities

    • Support in the coordination of in-country workshops on the UPR Mechanism for right holders and duty bearers.
    • Provide operational support to the project management for the smooth implementation of the specified programme component. This includes logistical support and preparation of background materials for use in workshops, seminars, training sessions, meetings, visiting missions, field trips, etc and reports on financial expenses/transactions.
    • Support the undertaking of and preparation for evidence based advocacy packages such as policy briefs or positions papers, research, studies and surveys.
    • Support LWF and partners carry out capacity-building and dissemination of learning to strengthen effectiveness in UPR related work.
    • Idenfity and participate in complementary advocacy/lobbying by partners in other arenas with a particular focus on refugee led initiatives.
    • Represent the Project in meetings with partners and other key actors including the Government.
    • Contribute in the production of timely and regular reports as required by the supervisor.
    • Establish and maintain accurate and up-to-date filing system for the documents, keeps information and reference material in a manner which allows easy retrieval;
    • Any other responsibilities assigned or delegated to him/her by the supervisor

    Academic and professional Qualifications

    • A University degree in Law, International Relations, Sociology, human rights or any other related social/political sciences. A Diploma certificate is acceptable with proof of relevant professional courses and experience in human rights.
    • Demonstrable knowledge on the various human rights mechanisms particularly the UPR mechanism is essential.
    • An understanding of and commitment to rights-based approaches applied in a pragmatic way.
    • Operational knowledge of computer and organizational technology and ability to use information. and communication technology as a tool and resource.
    • Fluent in English and Kiswahili (read, write, speak).

    Personal Attribute

    • Good team player – work collaboratively with others.
    • Ability to communicate and maintain highly professionalism
    • Strong administrative skills, Problem solving, conflict resolution skills & ability to maintain confidentiality
    • Attention to detail
    • Good reporting writing skills
    • Able to work independently; self-motivated & Ability to work in a challenging environment.
    • Ability to promote the values of equality, non-discrimination, and human rights for all

    go to method of application »

    Program Monitoring, Evaluation And Reporting Technical Advisor (Nairobi)

    Lutheran World Federation World Service Kenya Program is seeking to recruit Kenyan nationals for the following position to be based in Nairobi.

    PositionProgram Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Technical Advisor (PMER – TA)

    Overall objective

    This Program Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Technical Advisor (PMER TA) position forms part of the Nairobi-based Program Unit and reports to the Program Manager. The PMER TA is responsible for ensuring effective application of all Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) functions in LWF Kenya Somalia Program. The position shall ensure quality project, program and organizational monitoring and reporting of outputs, outcomes and impact and credible data collection and management based on continuous learning.

    Specific objectives

    • To support the development and use of appropriate M&E tools and processes for effective program/organizational planning, monitoring, evaluation and reporting. Through these tools and processes, the Kenya Somalia program will demonstrate clearly its desired objectives and provide concrete evidence of the changes its interventions have achieved, in alignment with vision outlined in the Kenya Program Country Strategy.
    • To ensure quality and effective monitoring and evaluation of, and reporting on, project outputs, outcomes and impact, ensuring both that specific donor requirements are met and that all projects contribute to the Country Results Framework (CRF) via standard indicators.
    • To ensure that the LWF Kenya Somalia Program has credible data collection and management, as well as effective internal learning and knowledge management approaches.
    • To ensure that the LWF Kenya Somalia program adheres to the Core Human Standards (CHS) as well as all other humanitarian codes of conduct and guidelines including Sphere Standards.

     Key duties and responsibilities

    Planning

    1. Guide LWF Kenya Somalia staff in high quality information gathering and analysis processes to inform program and project design and drive continuous improvement across the program.
    2. Contribute to the preparation of Theory of Change, Logical Frameworks and M&E plans of the programs/ projects.
    3. Ensure quality of the data and information on Kenya Program’s projects in the LWF-WS managed web-based PMER Newdea system, including targets for each projects’ annual total outreach as well as projected project budgets.
    4. Lead the preparation of LWF Kenya Somalia Country Annual Plan (CAP), including the annual targets for the Country Results Framework indicators (or Country Annual Targets/CAT).
    5. Lead the development of specific PMER plans and strategies for reporting on the Country Results Frameworks and for all projects, and ensure the implementation of these strategies and plans as well as estimating resources for M&E activities.

    Monitoring, evaluation and reporting

    1. Lead in the development and implementation of M&E processes, methodologies and tools to ensure credible data collection, data management and high quality reports.
    2. Develop, roll out, and monitor correct implementation of M&E strategies (framework and tools), to ensure quality and consistent data and information is available on program/ projects performance and impact.
    3. Provide technical leadership to ensure the overall quality of LWF Kenya Somalia teams field data collection exercises, data management, and analysis.
    4. Perform/coordinate program quality assurance activities such as data quality audits/reviews, periodic program reviews, field monitoring and evaluations.
    5. Ensure that all projects are compliant with internal reporting requirements, including mandatory reporting required in Newdea (e.g. total outreach and CRF indicator actuals), and lead on the establishment and operation of an improved (digital) beneficiary data management system (e.g. SurveyCTO, KOBO etc.).
    6. Prepare consolidated progress reports for the Country Program Management including identification of problems, causes of potential bottlenecks in project implementation, and providing specific recommendations in line with Newdea system.
    7. Check that monitoring data are discussed in the appropriate forums, are timely and identify negative implications for future actions. Explore gaps and challenges of result-based monitoring, evaluation and reporting of project activities including documentation and sharing among staff;
    8. Share information with program teams and lead the delivery of Country Program knowledge sharing events and processes, focusing on learning and continual improvement.
    9. Design and manage evaluations and different assessments in compliance with LWF’s evaluation policy, from development of ToR, advising management on approval of final report, dissemination of evaluation/assessment findings and recommendations with intended audiences.
    10. Support the project teams and partners in extracting lessons learnt and good practices and documenting case studies which demonstrate qualitative and quantitative changes.
    11. Ensure effective and appropriate capacity building for LWF Kenya Somalia staff on skills and competencies necessary to deliver high quality PMER.
    12. Facilitate and act as resource person, and join if required in any external monitoring and evaluation missions.

     Knowledge management

    1. Support the preparation of knowledge management and learning strategies and to ensure that learning and knowledge acquired through projects is effectively captured and disseminated. Ensure LWF gender, disability, child protection and climate justice policies are mainstreamed in such strategies.
    2. Visit the field periodically (at least quarterly) to work with field staff and partners to capture knowledge and prepare initial drafts of knowledge product as well as to support them in doing so.
    3. Coordinate with expert teams within LWF for inputs in the drafted knowledge products and ensure that all inputs are incorporated in the final document.
    4. Work with communication and communications teams for audience identification and finalization of the knowledge products (i.e. identify right formats, finalize language, layout and branding).
    5. Identify how knowledge products can be reformatted (including translation) for different audiences and other communication channels.
    6. Coordinate for feature stories/human interest stories and best practices/innovations for communication and exchanging knowledge and experiences of projects intended to achieve.
    7. Work closely with the communication and IT teams to collect photographs/video clips from various ongoing functions of project required for knowledge products.
    8. Coordinate dissemination plans and delivery of the knowledge products which includes uploading all outputs to LWF website/ Newdea or any other officially approved appropriate dissemination techniques including online social media.
    9. Coordinate with other stakeholders (i.e. government, academia, INGOs, civil society organizations and research institutions) to share the projects’ knowledge as well as to encourage them on capturing and disseminating learning and knowledge related to LWF Nepal’s programmatic areas.

    Supervisory responsibility: None, technical dotted line with Area Program M&E Officers

    Education, expertise and skills required

    • Relevant University Degree in social sciences and statistics
    • A minimum of 5 years of relevant work experience, with a strong preference for experience from an International NGO and/or Humanitarian work
    • Practical work experience in Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting
    • Strong computer skills in basic standardized software (Excel, Word, PDF, SPSS etc.), and experience of computerized M&E systems.
    • Positive attitude and approach, which will help colleagues to overcome challenges
    • Ability to work under minimal supervision, under pressure and on irregular working hours
    • A demonstrated ability to multi-task, meet deadlines and process information in support of changing program needs is necessary.
    • An impeccable professional standard of ethics as well as the willingness and ability to enforce compliance within the LWF World Service and donor policies and procedures is essential.

    go to method of application »

    Clerk Of Works (Kakuma)

    Lutheran World Federation World Service Kenya Program is seeking to recruit Kenyan nationals for the following position to be based in Kakuma.

    Duties and responsibilities

    1. Organizing, supervision of skilled, casual and all contracted laborers working on LWF supervised construction projects within Kakuma Refugee camp.
    2. Development of sketches, Engineering drawings, Bills of quantities and design of all infrastructural developments within the Area program for further approval by the Area Manager.
    3. Update the Area Manager and Quality Services Manager on the progress of construction implementation through, daily, weekly, monthly quarterly and annual reports.
    4. Ensure a filling system in the construction office is in place for all construction projects to facilitate construction contract management.
    1. Ensuring quality, timely and professionalism in construction implementation while maintaining industries best practices.
    2. Carrying out any other duties as delegated/assigned by supervisor or designate

    Operations

    1. Adhere to sound and cost-effective operational standards and procedures in transport, stores, procurement, communications and security in the performance of duty.
    2. Properly utilize supplies, equipment and assets assigned for official duty.
    3. Responsible for supervising and motivating skilled and unskilled workmen on construction sites in addition to other incentive staff working under him/her in accordance with LWF/DWS policies, procedures and guidelines.
    4. Observe the highest standards of the Code of Conduct for humanitarian workers,
    5. Refugee protection and prevention of sexual abuse and exploitation of beneficiaries.
    6. Responsible for reporting to the Area Manager, supervisor or any senior staff any incidents of abuse of authority, all forms of fiscal impropriety and discrimination in LWF/DWS operations.

    Coordination

    1. To liaise with UNHCR field and technical office, implementing partners’ (IP) field staff and refugee representatives in facilitating community-based services.
    2. Ensure regular update and contact with the Quality Services manager on issues pertaining construction and any other senior staff of LWF/DWS on all key matters of construction.

    Professional Qualifications

    1. Degree/Diploma in Building and construction, Civil Engineering or related field.
    2. Qualifications and Experience in Project Management considered a Plus

    Relevant Experience and skills

    1. At least five years of post-qualification Experience.
    2. At least two years Project Management Experience.
    3. At least 4 years’ Experience in set ups similar to the LWF Kakuma Area program, working in a humanitarian context, with communities/refugees
    4. Proficiency in Computer Aided Design software such as Auto-CAD, Archi- CAD, Auto-CAD 3D and other related application
    5. Strong analytical, problem solving and quick response experiences in humanitarian Contexts.
    6. Possession of negotiation and facilitation skills
    7. Excellent Computer skills, with specific competence of working with the Microsoft Office suit. 

    Personal Attributes

    1.  High level of integrity, commitment and professional responsibility.
    2. Strong inter-personal and team building skills.
    3. Ability to tolerate cultural, educational and religious diversity in the work place.
    4. Excellent communication, organization and presentation skills.

    Method of Application

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

  • Send your application

    View All Vacancies at Lutheran World Federation Back To Home
UNICAF banner
Average Salary at Lutheran World Federation
KSh 81K from 10 employees
Mysalaryscale.com

Career Advice

INTO banner
View All Career Advice
 

Subscribe to Job Alert

 

Join our happy subscribers

 
 
 
Send your application through

YahoomailYahoomail GmailGmail Hotmail Hotmail