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  • Posted: May 23, 2024
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    Warehouse Manager

    Job Purpose:

    Our client is a leading retailer in the ceramic floor & wall tile market. They offer the widest in-stock selection of floor & wall tiles, mosaic tiles, taps, basins, baths, sanitary ware and bathroom accessories at everyday low prices.

    The warehouse manager role will involve mainly overseeing the storage, handling, and dispatching of goods within the warehouse so as to ensure the smooth and efficient operation of warehouse activities, contributing to the overall supply chain effectiveness.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Ensuring accurate inventory records, managing stock levels, and conducting regular inventory audits to prevent stock outs or overstock situations.
    • Leading, training, and managing warehouse staff, including hiring and scheduling workers, and ensuring adherence to safety and operational procedures.
    • Coordinating inbound and outbound shipments, managing transportation logistics, and liaising with suppliers, vendors, and customers to ensure timely delivery of goods.
    • Efficiently utilizing warehouse space, organizing goods in an optimal manner, and maintaining the physical layout to maximize storage capacity and streamline operations.
    • Implementing and enforcing safety standards and regulations, conducting safety training, and ensuring the warehouse complies with local laws and industry standards.
    • Identifying and implementing process improvements to enhance efficiency, reduce costs, and improve overall warehouse operations.
    • Using warehouse management systems and other technology tools to track inventory, manage orders, and improve workflow processes.
    • Monitoring the quality of goods received and dispatched, handling damaged or defective items, and ensuring that all products meet quality standards.
    • Managing the warehouse budget, controlling costs, and ensuring that operations are within financial limits.
    • Addressing customer inquiries and issues related to warehousing, ensuring high levels of customer satisfaction through efficient and accurate order fulfillment.

    Qualifications and Skills:

    • Bachelors degree in Purchasing and Supply Chain management, Logistics or Business Administration or related field.
    • 3 years of relevant professional experience.
    • Good communication skills.
    • Good planning and organizational skills.
    • Knowledge of SAP and computer literate.
    • Confidence, self-managed and disciplined.

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    Instore Sales & Cashier

    Job Purpose:

    Our client is a leading retailer in the ceramic floor & wall tile market. They offer the widest in-stock selection of floor & wall tiles, mosaic tiles, taps, basins, baths, sanitary ware and bathroom accessories at everyday low prices.

    As the In-Store Sales & Cashier, you will be responsible for providing exceptional customer service, processing transactions accurately, and contributing to the overall success of our retail operations.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Greet customers warmly and assist them with their shopping needs.
    • Provide detailed product information and answer customer inquiries.
    • Address and resolve customer complaints promptly and professionally.
    • Actively engage with customers to drive sales and meet sales targets.
    • Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of the stores products and services.
    • Recommend products based on customer preferences and needs.
    • Replenish stock and arrange products according to company guidelines.
    • Assist in setting up promotional displays and signage.
    • Assist in regular stock counts and inventory audit.
    • Operate the cash register and handle transactions accurately.
    • Process payments, issue receipts, and handle returns or exchanges.
    • Reconcile and report daily sales.

    Qualifications and Skills:

    • Diploma/Degree
    • Previous retail & cashier experience preferred.
    • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, sales-oriented and ability to multitask.
    • Friendly, approachable, proactive, and able to work in a fast-paced environment.

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    Assistant Branch Manager- Mombasa

    Job Purpose:

    Our client is a leading retailer in the ceramic floor & wall tile market. They offer the widest in-stock selection of floor & wall tiles, mosaic tiles, taps, basins, baths, sanitary ware and bathroom accessories at everyday low prices.

    The assistant manager will be tasked with managing and also motivating the sales team in order to deliver a seamless customer service. They are further accountable for planning and maintaining work systems, procedures and policies that enable and encourage optimal service delivery.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Ensuring effective and clear communication with customers to address their inquiries, resolve issues, and enhance customer satisfaction.
    • Overseeing the training, development, and performance of staff to ensure a productive and motivated workforce.
    • Managing and driving sales activities to meet or exceed sales targets, including planning, implementing, and overseeing sales strategies.
    • Organizing and managing the layout and presentation of products in retail spaces to maximize sales and improve the shopping experience.
    • Assisting in the creation and management of budgets to ensure financial efficiency and cost control within the department or organization.
    • Handling financial transactions, managing financial records, and ensuring financial practices comply with company policies and regulations.
    • Maintaining and improving the quality of products or services by implementing quality control processes and addressing any issues that arise.
    • Identifying areas for improvement within operations and implementing changes to increase efficiency, reduce costs, and enhance overall performance.

    Qualifications and Skills:

    • NQF Level 4 (Matric Equivalent).
    • Sales Management Qualification.
    • Merchandising and/or Retail Management Qualification.
    • Minimum of 3 years in face-to-face customer service or sales roles.
    • At least 3 years of experience in merchandising.
    • Minimum of 3 years managing employees.
    • At least 5 years of experience in retail management.

    Advantageous Skills:

    • Proficiency in managing stock levels using SAP.
    • Experience with SAP MM module for handling procurement and inventory.
    • Knowledge of SAP Business Intelligence for data analysis and reporting.
    • Familiarity with SAP POS systems for retail transactions.
    • Experience with PSIber Payroll for managing employee payroll functions.

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    Assistant Branch Manager- Diani

    Job Purpose:

    Our client is a leading retailer in the ceramic floor & wall tile market. They offer the widest in-stock selection of floor & wall tiles, mosaic tiles, taps, basins, baths, sanitary ware and bathroom accessories at everyday low prices.

    The assistant manager will be tasked with managing and also motivating the sales team in order to deliver a seamless customer service. They are further accountable for planning and maintaining work systems, procedures and policies that enable and encourage optimal service delivery.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Ensuring effective and clear communication with customers to address their inquiries, resolve issues, and enhance customer satisfaction.
    • Overseeing the training, development, and performance of staff to ensure a productive and motivated workforce.
    • Managing and driving sales activities to meet or exceed sales targets, including planning, implementing, and overseeing sales strategies.
    • Organizing and managing the layout and presentation of products in retail spaces to maximize sales and improve the shopping experience.
    • Assisting in the creation and management of budgets to ensure financial efficiency and cost control within the department or organization.
    • Handling financial transactions, managing financial records, and ensuring financial practices comply with company policies and regulations.
    • Maintaining and improving the quality of products or services by implementing quality control processes and addressing any issues that arise.
    • Identifying areas for improvement within operations and implementing changes to increase efficiency, reduce costs, and enhance overall performance.

    Qualifications and Skills:

    • NQF Level 4 (Matric Equivalent).
    • Sales Management Qualification.
    • Merchandising and/or Retail Management Qualification.
    • Minimum of 3 years in face-to-face customer service or sales roles.
    • At least 3 years of experience in merchandising.
    • Minimum of 3 years managing employees.
    • At least 5 years of experience in retail management.

    Advantageous Skills:

    • Proficiency in managing stock levels using SAP.
    • Experience with SAP MM module for handling procurement and inventory.
    • Knowledge of SAP Business Intelligence for data analysis and reporting.
    • Familiarity with SAP POS systems for retail transactions.
    • Experience with PSIber Payroll for managing employee payroll functions.

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    Project Manager

    Job Purpose:

    The Project Manager is responsible for the successful implementation of the WIT programme by ensuring project outcomes are achieved and exceeded as per Self Help Africas contractual agreement with USAID through Trade Mark Africa, and to the quality standards of Self-Help Africa and the wider Gorta Group. Reporting to the Head of Programmes, the Project Manager will provide strategic and technical leadership in the implementation of the project. S/he will be a Market Systems & Value Chain expert, with a strong understanding and practical hands-on experience in Access to Finance, Route to Market, SMEs capability building, and co-designing. S/he will be responsible for program implementation in Kenya, donor reporting, and field-level management while ensuring the highest standards in compliance with obligations and results according to signed agreements. S/he will be responsible for the quality and performance of work of all WIT Project staff, and sub-contracted service providers. S/he will focus on management, communication, team building, strategy, and drive toward sustainability that achieves scale, permanence, and impact through long-term partnerships.

    NOTE: The completion of recruitment for this position and the start date is subject to successful contracting by the donor.

    Key Responsibilities:

    Project Management

    • The Project manager is responsible for the overall delivery of the project on behalf of Self-Help Africa.
    • Leads management of all aspects of the project cycle: planning, implementation, quality, reporting, accountability, monitoring and evaluation.
    • Develop annual, quarterly and monthly plans and budgets for the project and monitor allocation of resources, anticipating changing requirements that may impact work delivery.
    • Ensure all donor reporting requirements are adhered to including financial reporting in collaboration with the project accountant.
    • Lead co-ordination and communication across the various stakeholders including Project implementation teams, government agencies and private sector to ensure coherent and consistent delivery of the project objectives.
    • Lead all SMEs due diligence, capacity assessments, trainings, financial inclusions and market linkages to ensure additionality to the project.
    • Co-ordinate and provide technical input for the implementation of the project including in the preparation of strategies, training materials, guides and manuals and ensure effective integration of core technical areas of Gender, climate change and Enterprise Development.
    • Work with the communications team to develop a project communication and visibility plan and facilitate its implementation.
    • Ensure effective coordination and collaboration mechanisms are in place between Self Help Africa and all companies.

    Operational and Financial Management

    • Manage and periodically review the projects budget in close collaboration with the Head of Programmes and project accountant.
    • Ensure compliance by SHA with contract requirements in planning, financial management, procurement, branding, monitoring and reporting, and facilitate further training where necessary.
    • Act as the focal point with Self Help Africa country office and HQ to ensure all programming, financial and administrative matters related to the project comply with donor and SHA policies and procedures, and are transparently, expediently and effectively managed in line with established processes, rules and regulations
    • Monitor external context and carry out adjustments to project plans where necessary,
    • In liaison with Head of Programmes ensure all SHA safety and security guidelines are followed and that all safety or security incidents (fires, accidents, theft, etc.) within the project are recorded and reported,
    • Ensure efficient use and management of project resources including on transport.

    Monitoring, Reporting and Results Communication

    • Facilitate monitoring and documentation of learning by ensuring that effective mechanisms are in place to monitor activities and outputs and assessments for project quality and impact and ensure project implementation is on time, target and budget,
    • Ensure monitoring plan is in place and undertake project monitoring visits from time to time,
    • Compile periodic project reports as required by the donor and SHA.
    • Analyze program data, capture, and share lessons learned and best practices to facilitate improvement in decisions.
    • Check partner technical and financial reports and ensure that they are compliant with set policies and procedures.
    • Develop and adopt standardized approaches, practices, tools, and measurements in partnership and capacity strengthening. Monitor external context and carry out adjustments to project plans where necessary,
    • In liaison with Head of Programmes ensure all SHA safety and security guidelines are followed and that all safety or security incidents (fires, accidents, theft, etc.) within the project are recorded and reported,
    • Ensure efficient use and management of project resources including on transport.
    • Set clear direction and expectations for the project and enable project team to interpret competing priorities (Annual project key performance indicators).
    • Manage project staff and provide periodic performance reviews and objective setting.
    • Work closely with project partners including SMEs, producers, aggregators and traders to manage performance issues effectively to avoid adverse impact on the project, team morale and performance.
    • In liaison with Head of Programmes, promote a positive team culture that respects diversity and deals with barriers to inclusion.

    Representation:

    • In coordination with the Head of Programmes represent SHA at national, regional and international levels, to donors, local and national government authorities, other NGOs, and any other parties under this project,
    • In coordination with the Head of Programmes, lead on national and regional policy engagements,
    • Ensure that relationships and formal agreements with government and partners are maintained and updated as appropriate.
    • Ensure proper project documentation and sharing with donor, partners and stakeholders.
    • Any other task assigned by the supervisor.

    Key Relationships:

    Internal:

    • The Country Director
    • Head of Finance
    • SHA HO technical Support team
    • Head of Programmes
    • Finance and Administration Team
    • Trade & Enterprise Advisor
    • Agriculture & Natural Resource Management Advisor
    • Gender and Nutrition Advisor
    • Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor

    External:

    • Project SMEs
    • County and National Governments (Trade and Agriculture)
    • Other Stakeholders including Semi-State Agencies (KEBS, Global GAP, research institutions, financial institutions, Consultants, and donors

    Key Qualifications:

    • Bachelors degree in Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural Economics, Rural Development, Agribusiness Management, or related field required.
    • Masters degree in project management, Agribusiness, Enterprise Development or related field will be an added advantage.
    • Strong computer skills especially with MS Word and Excel and other related packages.
    • Strong M & E skills.

    Knowledge, and Experience Required:

    • At least 4 years experience in the implementation of private sector development approaches and development programs design, Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning.
    • Over 2 years managing a USAID funded project is a MUST, especially targeting private sector development and/or trade facilitation.
    • Experience in providing advisory and technical expertise in trade facilitation and project management at the local, regional and international level, particularly across the EAC and AfCTA.
    • Strong understanding of the SMEs financing landscape in Kenya, and the integration of the smallholder farmers in the different financial models.
    • Knowledge and experience in multiple sectors such as agricultural systems and livelihoods; market systems development; commercial proposal writing; Enterprise development; Business Development Services (BDS) approaches and value addition.
    • Demonstrated understanding of the private sector development framework and approaches in Kenyan/East Africa Community Context.
    • Strong project management skills and understanding of project cycle management approaches and tools.
    • Experience in engaging and networking with the development partners and multi stakeholders including the government departments and agencies.

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    Communication Officer

    Job Purpose: 

    The holder of this position will work in the Women in Trade project to create, coordinate, and execute communication plans to increase public awareness, and is also the SHA-KE communications focal person, and is responsible for overseeing the communications efforts of SHA, including public relations and marketing. She/He will work closely with various country teams to maintain a thorough understanding of business dynamics and project offerings, as well as identifying the most important information to communicate. You are expected to monitor trends and stay abreast of related developments within the project to ensure the timeliness of the content produced. Success in this role will be determined by implementing effective communication strategies to drive project success and SHA -KE business growth, including effectively communicating with media personnel in a manner that upholds SHAs brand image.

    NOTE: The completion of recruitment for this position and the start date is subject to successful contracting by the donor.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Collaborate with SHA-KE management to develop and implement an effective communications strategy based on SHA-KE target audience.
    • Support the project team to conduct a needs assessment on the Women in Trade project. This will include a situation analysis to identify needs and a media content analysis. The inputs require desk research, a perception survey, and in-depth interviews and focus groups discussions. Outputs include an analysis of the findings of the needs assessment, a SWOT analysis and implications for the findings on the communications strategy.
    • Develop and deliver the WIT projects 2-year communications strategy with clear audience definitions, context, objectives and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), key media to communicate and effective messengers. This should cover aspects like branding, media engagement and the digital aspect in appropriate forums etc
    • Identify and develop WIT communication strategies and a messaging framework for each of the targeted audiences.
    • Carry out a risk analysis based on the projects risk management framework and develop a crisis response communication plan to manage any reputational risks for the project and all the partners involved.
    • Provide a Monitoring and Evaluation Framework for the communications function of the WIT project.
    • Develop a 2-year workplan with clear deliverables and milestones, indicators and tools for the implementation of the country communication strategy.
    • Develop and maintain various communication channels and materials within the SHA-KE projects.
    • Ensures website contents remain relevant by continuously linking with SHA head office for updates.
    • Maintain records of media coverage and collate analytics and metrics
    • Create interactive social media contents and campaigns for the Women in Trade Project and SHA-KE interventions.
    • Produce needed content and script for educational and marketing videos.
    • Creates timely reports for all communication campaigns.
    • Develop and maintain working relationships with journalists in multiple types of media outlets in Kenya and a media database.
    • Maintain proper communications and linkages with head office communications team.
    • Write, edit and distribute various types of content, including material for a website, press releases, marketing material and other types of content that take the message to the public.

    Key Relationships:

    Internal:

    • The Country Director
    • Head of Finance
    • SHA HO communications technical team
    • Head of Programmes
    • Project managers
    • Project Officers
    • Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor

    External:

    • Project SMEs
    • County and National Governments (Trade and Agriculture)

    Other Stakeholders including Semi-State Agencies (KEBS, Global GAP, research institutions, financial institutions, Consultants, and donors.

    Qualification, Knowledge and Experience Required:

    • Bachelors degree in communications, journalism, or related field.
    • Minimum 2-3 years of writing and editorial experience.
    • Outstanding written and oral communications skills.
    • Proficient in MS Office and various social media applications.
    • Knowledge in social media strategies and best industry practices.
    • Creative, innovative, and detail oriented.
    • Having Graphic design skills is a plus.
    • Knowledge of desktop publishing software (InDesign/Photoshop)
    • Good time management and organizational skills.
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office, content management systems, and social media platforms

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    Trade Development Officer

    Job Purpose:

     The Trade Development Officer will support the Project Manager in the day-to-day implementation of the Women in Trade programme by preparing project documents, Monthly progress reports, keeping track of output implementation activities and assist in collection and analysis of data.

    NOTE: The completion of recruitment for this position and the start date is subject to successful contracting by the donor.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Support the Project Manager to directly implement activities including managing the recruitment of women/youth sourcing agents, onboarding of companies, capacity gap assessment, and facilitating capacity development interventions to ensure key deliverables are achieved.
    • With the support of Project Manager provide guidance to county-level delegates forum on policy dialogue.
    • Develop and maintain links with all the MSMEs of the project ensuring continuous communication.
    • Profile project MSMEs/Cooperatives/Sourcing agents and ensure needs are clearly identified and are addressed appropriately.
    • Support in developing and compiling project progress reports, evaluation reports, photographs, case studies video documentaries, PowerPoint presentations, etc.
    • Utilize market facilitation approaches to strengthen input and output market systems through linkages and increase access to and affordability of nutritious food in the markets.
    • Develop relationships between project participants and key stakeholders in various value chains that will enable them to access increased opportunities.
    • Support co-designing and co-creation of market-based and enterprise-led interventions that value and actively engage a broader set of system actors.
    • Facilitate the development of service providers in target value chains, identifying private sector investment and other support to garner sustainable improvements and impact.
    • Support capacity strengthening of SMEs and provide technical advisory on areas of business development such as proposal development, business plan and linkages to other additional service providers.
    • Develop sustainable market linkages for identified SMEs and facilitate business transactions including signing of trade agreements.
    • Provide information on quality, marketing and financial to the participating private sector to facilitate sustainable relationships.
    • Provide advisory support on access to credit and other agricultural trade related issues.
    • Work with SMEs to facilitate enhanced domestic, cross-border and export marketing through more rigorous food safety systems, packaging, and post-harvest methods.
    • Assist primary producers, aggregators and processors to adopt new technologies and techniques to increase the quality and quantity of production.
    • Facilitate training of sourcing agents on business modules and linkages to markets and financial service providers.
    • Assist the Project Manager in reviewing/documenting field-level assessment reports, baseline studies, and evaluation reports.
    • Support Project Manager and M&E Officer to collect and/or assist to collect case stories, best practice documentation, lesson learn; and update and manage that information in project's reports and other knowledge products.
    • Assist in developing budgets and work plan for ongoing program activities.
    • In coordination with the Project Manager represent SHA at national, regional and international levels, to donors, local and national government authorities, other NGOs, and any other parties under this project.

    Key Relationships:

    Internal

    • The Country Director
    • Head of Programmes
    • Trade & Enterprise Advisor
    • Agriculture & Natural Resource Management Advisor
    • Gender and Nutrition Advisor
    • Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor

    External

    • Project SMEs
    • County and National Governments (Trade and Agriculture)
    • Other Stakeholders including Semi-State Agencies (KEBS, Global GAP, research institutions, financial institutions, Consultants, and donors

    Qualification, Knowledge and Experience Required:

    • Bachelors degree in Agricultural Sciences, Management Economics, Rural Development, Agribusiness Management, or related field required.
    • Strong computer skills especially with MS Word and Excel and other related packages.
    • Strong M & E skills.
    • At least 3 years experience in the implementation of private sector development approaches and development programs.
    • Over 2 years working on agricultural programmes targeting smallholder farmers, aggregators, traders and private sector development and/or trade facilitation.
    • Experience in providing advisory and technical expertise in market access, financial access and climate smart/green economy interventions.
    • Knowledge and experience in multiple sectors such as agricultural systems; market systems development; commercial proposal writing; Enterprise development; Business Development Services (BDS) approaches and value addition.
    • Demonstrated understanding of the private sector development framework and approaches in Kenyan/East Africa Community Context.
    • Experience in engaging and networking with the development partners and multi stakeholders including the government departments and private sector agencies.

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    Finance Assistant

    Job Purpose:

    The purpose of this role is to support the implementation of the Women in Trade (WIT) programme funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented through TMA to promote resilient, transformative trade, and investment reforms in the East and Horn of Africa. He/she will support the project in all finance related activities in collaboration with the Line manager and Head of Finance and Admin. He/she will support in making payments and maintain high standard of accounting and financial control to ensure spending is in line with the approved budget and compliance with USAID and SHA regulations.

    Key Responsibilities:

    Financial& Grant Management

    • Review of staff returns.
    • Review and upload project related payments in accordance with SHA and donor financial procedures.
    • Ensuring all payments are supported with correct approved documentations.
    • Making payments to stakeholders, staff and beneficiaries during trainings and field activities through the bulk Mpesa app, with guidance from the Senior Finance Officer.
    • Initiating payment vouchers and ensuring all payments are well supported in compliance with internal and donor procedures.
    • Follow up of receipts from vendors.
    • Checking of purchase requisitions and local purchase orders.
    • Verification and reconciliation of petty cash accounts and transactions.
    • Filing of witholding tax returns.
    • In collaboration with line manager and PC prepare monthly AR and participate in AR meetings.
    • Monitoring of budgets versus actual spent and budget forecasting.
    • Checking that payment requests are accurately coded to the correct project and expenditure accounts, and that there are sufficient available dispensable funds in the budget.
    • Posting of transactions in the accounting software (PSF)

    Management and Donor Reporting and Compliance

    • Facilitate project expenditure verification exercise and institutional audits.
    • Support in Budget preparations
    • Preparation of donor financial reports
    • Preparation of adhoc project reports.

    Key Relationships:

    Internal

    • Project Manager
    • Country Management Team
    • Programme Team in the Field Office
    • Project Accountants
    • HQ Finance team

    External

    • Staff from partner organisations both finance and programme staff
    • Service providers

    Qualifications and Skills:

    • A Bachelors degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics and should have certified qualification (CA, ACCA, CIMA, CPA) and preferably, be a member of a recognized professional accounting institute.
    • Two years practical experience in Financial Accounting.
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office, spreadsheet applications and computerized accounting systems.
    • Demonstrated operational and analytical skills including high level of organisational, problem solving and facilitation skills.
    • Demonstrated experience in donor funded projects, undertaking risk assessments, internal audits and/or assessing internal controls.

    Role Competencies

    • Results-orientated with excellent communication skills, as well as curiosity and initiative.
    • Proactive and motivated with a strong commitment to Self Help Africas vision, mission, and values.
    • Attention to detail and the ability to produce timely and accurate reports.
    • Ability to work as part of team across different cultures.
    • Good analytical skills.
    • Previous experience of managing USAID and/or other donor funding.

    Benefits:

    • 22 days annual leave
    • Medical Insurance
    • 10% Employer pension contribution and 25% Leave allowance

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    Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

    Job Purpose:

    The M&E officer will work on the Women in Trade Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) components to ensure that SHA can demonstrate the impact of this project through evidence-based knowledge, and supports the development and implementation of monitoring and evaluation systems in all areas of SHAs work. Tasks will comprise process management, data collection and analysis, support to reporting, reviews and evaluations

    NOTE: The completion of recruitment for this position and the start date is subject to successful contracting by the donor.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • In the project proposal phase: M&E plans, logframes, Theory of Change & M&E budgets.
    • During the project start-up phase: writing ToRs for baselines, Mid Term Reviews and evaluations.
    • During the project implementation phase: M&E Training for programme staff and assist programme Managers in project specific indicator tracking tools.
    • Support develops and compile project progress reports, evaluation reports, photographs, case studies video documentaries, PowerPoint presentations, etc.
    • Support data collection, verification, analysis and compilation from the field.
    • Support Project Manager to update and maintain project database.
    • Assist the Project Manager in reviewing/documenting field-level assessment reports, baseline studies, and evaluation reports.
    • Support Project Manager to ensure that lessons learned from the WiT Project evaluations/reports are documented properly.
    • Support Project Manager to collect and/or assist to collect case stories, best practice documentation, lesson learn; and update and manage that information in project's reports and other knowledge products.
    • Contribute to developing and managing knowledge products (knowledge management) such as reports, case studies etc. of the project.
    • Assist in developing budgets for projects and ongoing program activities.
    • Develop tools and process to monitor and evaluate projects and ongoing program activities, the content of which will inform reporting donor proposal writing.
    • Ensure critical policies and compliance documents are in place and in use, including Child Protection Policy, Safeguarding Policy, Code of Conduct etc.
    • Leading on the project log-frames and ensuring that adequate budget is available to deliver the M&E activities
    • Assisting Project Manager in developing indicator tracking tools to capture quantitative and qualitative data for project performance indicators.
    • Work on the Baselines, Mid Term Reviews & End-lines (this includes: writing ToRs and quality control of inception and final reports).
    • Ensuring that key M&E findings are recorded at project level and contribute to documentation of results at organisational level.
    • Monitoring project progress, following up with stakeholders on the completion or delay of projects phases, scheduling meetings and maintaining projects documents and reports.
    • With the support of the Project Manager conduct baseline, midline and endline assessment on aggregators and SMEs and score the data to help understand project impact.
    • Support Project Manager to consolidate monthly, quarterly and annual report for output 3 & 4 into an end of project report ready for review, consolidation with output 1&2, and submission to the donor.
    • Carry out periodic visit to MSMEs to identify training implementation gaps and consult with the Project Manager for provision of any technical assistance where necessary.
    • Participate in the weekly update meetings with the Project Manager and Report all issues/concerns as relates to the implementation of the Project outputs.
    • Other reasonable duties may be assigned to you that are consistent with the job and its level of responsibility. These will require pre-approval by your line manager.

    Key Relationships:

    Internal:

    • Country M&E Advisor (direct report)
    • Advisors (Kenya Office and Regional)
    • Data analyst (UK office)
    • Project Manager
    • Wider Programmes Team

    External:

    • Project Partners

    Qualifications, Knowledge, and Experience Required:

    • Degree in international development, economics, statistics, or related area.
    • Minimum of 3 years experience in international development.
    • At least three months training on M&E.
    • Experience with monitoring and evaluation systems, emphasis on logframes and Theories of Change.
    • Proven M&E management experience in large programmes.
    • Experience with data collection in large surveys.
    • Experience with data analysing and reporting.
    • Experience with latest M&E tools for data collection and reporting.
    • Proven experience in training and capacity building in M&E.
    • Proven data collection experience in rural settings preferable in Kenya, East and Horn of Africa.
    • Excellent report writing skills.
    • Experience in USAID systems is an added advantage.
    • Excellent ICT skills in data analysis using MS excel.
    • Working knowledge of MS Office including MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint.
    • Expertise in designing data collection tools, sampling methodologies.
    • Experience of database management (Salesforce preferable).
    • Commitment to the vision and values of GSHA.

    Preferable:

    • Project management experience.
    • Impact evaluation experience.
    • Household economy assessment experience.
    • Experience with data analysing systems such as: SPSS, SAS. STATA.

    Key Competence:

    • Excellent communication and presentation skills.
    • Ability to work as part of an international team across jurisdictions and cultures.
    • Ability to deliver reports in a timely manner.
    • Ability to work with minimum supervision.
    • Ability to train and mentor others.
    • Ability to solve problems and take corrective action.

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