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  • Posted: Aug 18, 2020
    Deadline: Not specified
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  • The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is a non-governmental, humanitarian organization with 60 years of experience in helping to create a safer and more dignified life for refugees and internally displaced people. NRC advocates for the rights of displaced populations and offers assistance within the shelter, education, emergency food security, legal assistance, and water,sanitation and hygiene sectors. The Norwegian Refugee Council has approximately 5000 committed and competent employees involved in projects across four continents. In addition, NRC runs one of the world’s largest standby rosters -NORCAP, with 650 professionals, ready to be deployed on 72 hours notice when a crisis occurs
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    Driver, Kakuma (Temporary)

    Job Summary

    Qualifications

    • Minimum secondary Education.- KCSE
    • Valid certificate of good conduct.
    • Possess a PSV Licence
    • Possess a (BCE/ ABCE)-Class Driving License for more than 5 years
    • At least 5 years’ relevant experience.
    • Vehicle mechanic course from a recognized institution preferably government graded.
    • Proven background / 3-5 years as a mechanic

    Responsibilities

    R1:Performing daily, weekly & monthly transport duties.

    • Do basic vehicles checks before starting the days.
    • Undertake all duties assigned by the supervisor concerning transportation by driving assigned vehicle(s).
    • Ensure vehicles tools, towing ropes, rod bars, winches, spare wheel are in place before starting the day’s work.
    • Maintain high cleanness of the vehicles he / she is assigned to
    • Carryout a monthly vehicle check for the assigned vehicle(s)

    R2: Ensure safety of the vehicles, passengers, materials.

    • Apply extra caution while driving and avoid any intoxication.
    • Ensure safety of passengers and property on board.
    • Check vehicles body dents, damages and report any other irregularities.
    • Ensure vehicles fire extinguishers and first Aid kits are in good conditions.
    • Make sure that only authorized passengers are carried as per the organizational policy.
    • Comply with traffic rules & procedures, convoy rules and drives with recommended speed limit of 40 km in the camps and 80 km during convoy trips.
    • Ensure vehicles are parked in a safe & secure place and properly locked and returned the keys.
    • Ensure that all passengers boarding NRC vehicles wear safety belts before the vehicle is put in motion.
    • Ensure any other agency staff boarding an NRC vehicle completes and signs a waiver form before start of journey.

    R3: Ensure all vehicle conditions and legal documentations are met by the organization.

    • Ensure the validity of vehicles insurance, road license and police inspection stickers and advice renewals.
    • Make sure vehicles are serviced as stipulated in the periodic servicing schedules.
    • Ensure the vehicle has at least half tank of fuel at all times.
    • Update vehicles logbook particulars on daily basis by making right entries.

    R4:Reporting of incidents and accidents.

    • In case of any accident report immediately to police station and to your supervisor.
    • Do not accept liability on behalf of NRC.
    • Present a comprehensive report to the management within 24 Hours.
    • In case of an attack, staff security becomes priority.

    R5: Ensure regular vehicle Mechanical checks, maintenance and Repairs.

    • Establish the nature of motor vehicle mechanical problems being experienced, track their frequency and any other unusual occurrences. Conduct inspections and test-drives to establish the cause of the mechanical problems and thereafter to confirm that they have been resolved.
    • Fix and repair any malfunction/fault on the vehicle’s mechanical systems including and not limited to; engine components and parts, engine cooling system, suspension and steering system, braking system, transmission system, exhaust system
    • Routine Maintenance: Perform weekly safety and maintenance checks on all NRC vehicles, document all recommended safety and maintenance data and use it to monitor Key Performance Indicators used in strategic decision making.
    • Documentation: Maintain complete and accurate transport related control documents which include; Job Cards for each repair to be carried

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    Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, Kakuma

    Job Summary

    Qualifications

    • Preferable University degree in statistics, economics, IT or related fields.
    • Documented results related to the position’s responsibilities.
    • Proficiency in English is essential
    • Minimum 3 years of previous job experience relevant to the function or in data management, statistics, analysis.
    • Advanced MS Excel skills and experience of working with MS Access is required. Previous experience of working with SPSS, STATA, Epi Info and R is desirable.
    • Candidates with skills and skills in salesforce administration will have an added advantage.
    • Good understanding of data and information needs for programme management and decision making.
    • Strong data interpretation skills, report writing, and data presentation
    • Experience of providing training and capacity building to staff.

    Responsibilities

    NRC Kenya seeks to strengthen the implementation of M E systems that will enable improvement of internal management, program/project performance and evidence-based decision making. Within this context, the M&E Officer will provide M&E support to Kakuma area office. S/he will build capacity in the area offices by identifying and supporting the implementation of effective, cost efficient, and meaningful M&E systems.

    • Assist in development and administration of M&E and program data management system
    • Support the implementation of appropriate SOPs for M&E in line with NRC procedures including confidentiality and data protection.
    • Development of appropriate M&E databases to store, analysis and present relevant information.
    • Support to process and analyse routine M&E data captured by NRC and partners staff such as beneficiary registration and verification, baseline/end line surveys, and Post Distribution Monitoring (PDM) surveys.
    • Support in data quality checks and in reporting internally and externally
    • Assist the Core Competencies (CCs) Teams to analyse data on needs and to standardize data and vulnerability analysis
    • Work with the M&E Team and project staff at Area level to develop systems for capturing and managing data on beneficiaries as well as relevant output and outcome indicators.
    • Assist Projects staff to develop templates for M&E data capture throughout the project cycle.
    • Support in training for NRC and partner organization on relevant aspects of data management.
    • Assist in data audits to  identify  issues  with  data  quality,  reliability  and relevance,  and communicate problem areas to the M&E Coordinator.
    • Support CCs staff at area level to create and maintain databases and spreadsheets that meet
    • NRC’s M&E and donors’ requirements.
    • Support in implementation of complaints and feedback mechanism in the area office.
    • Coordinate the implementation of the PCM (project cycle management) process in the area office
    • Any other duty as requested by the line-manager

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    WASH Community Mobiliser - Kakuma

    Qualifications

    • High School (KCSE certificate) C- or above
    • Certificate courses in community health, community development or Social Science (Diploma will be highly desirable)
    • At least 1-year previous working experience
    • Documented results related to the position’s responsibilities
    • Highly organized
    • English literacy
    • Good communication including speaking local dialect (N’gaturkana), interpersonal and analytical skills.
    • Female candidates are encouraged to apply

    Responsibilities

    • To ensure that handwashing facilities at the public areas and health facilities  are filled regularly with water
    • To ensure that soap for handwashing facility is available at the handwashing facilities all the times
    • Record the water delivery record book from the water vendors and to ensure that payment is made only for the deliveries – to submit these records to the WASH officer to facilitate payment
    • Dissemination of Covid -19 prevention messages 
    • Assign duties to the Community Health Volunteers/ Hygiene promoters and to ensure they perform their duties as outlined in their JDs.
    • Support and assist the WASH Officers, WASH Assistant in identification of beneficiaries and distribution of WASH NFIs related to Covid -19 prevention under the Grundfos grant and to ensure that beneficiaries sign the distribution list whenever  they received NFI from NRC
    • Compile monthly progress report and submit to the WASH Officer by 31st of every subsequent month as per the reporting template
    • Support and assist Monitoring and Evaluation teams during various surveys
    • Any other duty as may be assigned by the supervisor.

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    Regional WASH Adviser (Water, Sanitation & Hygiene) -Kenya

    Duties and responsibilities

    • Technical advice and guidance to WASH Specialists based at the NRC country offices in the region
    • Coordination with other Core Competencies at regional and global level to bring together high quality and timely support to COs
    • Lead coordination on the response to COVID-19 within the region
    • Responsible for alignment and the relevance of NRC’s WASH response to the COVID-19 pandemic
    • Adaptation of NRC’s WASH programme approaches to COVID-19 through innovation and development, in close cooperation with the country offices.
    • Responsible for the provision of evidence, data, analysis and advise to management on strategic decisions related to the WASH core competency
    • Responsible for the provision of support and capacity building along the technical reporting lines (COs) within the WASH core competency.
    • Responsible for coordination, oversight and reporting on regional WASH approaches to ensure that NRC delivers high quality, effective and relevant programming to COVID-19 pandemic
    • Responsible for the identification and utilization of programmatic synergies between WASH and the other core competencies as well as the development of tools and methodologies to better integrate cross-cutting issues and prioritized development areas into WASH programmes
    • Responsible for the initiation and documentation of learning and the institutionalization and promotion of best practices and learning related to WASH response to COVID-19.
    • Responsible for COVID-19 resource mobilization and fundraising related to WASH or as part of the collective resource mobilization efforts
    • Responsible for the analyzing of WASH specific M E data and its strategic use for decision making, programme development and communication.
    • Responsible for the identification, prioritization, development and documentation of regional advocacy issues related to WASH response to COVID-19 pandemic.
    • Responsible for networking, representation, and the identification of strategic partnerships with relevant stakeholders (e.g. donors, UN agencies, NGOs, research- and educational institutions, private sector) related to programmes in general.

    Qualifications

    • Advanced degree in water and sanitation, engineering, public health or equivalent technical experience and training
    • At least five years of practical experience of water and sanitation programming in multiple developing countries, including significant experience in complex emergency contexts
    • Experience in integrated public health programming (combining water and sanitation with public health promotion), and a demonstrated understanding of health promotion approaches and methodologies, community engagement
    • Experience in delivering training and developing staff and partner capacity. Ability to take on a coaching and mentoring role
    • Experience in applying market-based methodologies to WASH/public health interventions
    • Experience in drafting and encouraging implementation of policy/strategic guidance, and developing practical tools and resources
    • Fluency in English, both written and verbal

    Personal qualities

    • Ability to work well under pressure and in response to rapidly changing needs
    • Able to represent organisation at a strategic level and contribute to global policy development with key donors and stakeholders.
    • Personal and technical skills related to the management and facilitation of change management processes
    • Facilitation and leadership skills in creating engagement, “buy-in”, inspiration and a spirit of solution development
    • Strong capacity building skills
    • Strong communication skills (internal and external)
    • Strong skills in conceptualizing and explaining complex technical issues to non-professionals
    • Solid knowledge of the organizational landscape including key organizations and individuals in the WASH sector
    • Professional credibility and interpersonal skills required to provide technical leadership within a professional matrix structure
    • Understanding of matrix structures and the role of technical leads within matrix structures is an asset
    • Being able to create a positive and engaging work environment
    • Knowledge of the countries supported by NRC is an asset

    Method of Application

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

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