• Job Opportunities at Environment Liaison Center International (ELCI) - 2 Positions

  • Posted on: 13 April, 2018 Deadline: 29 April, 2018
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    Environment Liaison Centre International (ELCI) was conceived at the dawn of the modern environmental movement when global apprehension over the state of the planet’s ecosystem reached its tipping point. Pressure from Civil Society Groups around the world led the United Nations to convene a Conference on the Human Environment in 1972 (UNCHE or Stockholm Conference).

    One result of the conference was the creation of an International Assembly of UN-accredited Non-Governmental Organizations (INASEN) to follow up UNCHE from a civil society perspective. INASEN’s crowning achievement was to open an NGO Environment Service Centre in Nairobi in 1974. The centre went on to become a formal non-profit organization in 1976 and, in 1987, was renamed the Environment Liaison Centre International (ELCI), a Global Coalition [of NGOs] for Environment and Development.

    Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Officer

     

    Details:

    Organization: Environment Liaison Center International (ELCI) is hiring for the Regional Coordination Unit of the International Land Coalition--ILC Africa.

    Duty station: Nairobi-Kenya, Kasarani, ICIPE Duduville Campus.

    Reporting to: ILC Africa Regional Coordinator

    Qualifications / Preconditions:

    At least a bachelor’s degree in project management, social sciences, Environment sciences, development studies, natural resources, management, law, or any other related studies. Experience working for NGOs, at least 5 years of experience in project/program cycle management; project/program monitoring & evaluation, high quality report writing, financial management, organizational development, capacity building, organizing & delivering trainings, organizing regional events/workshops. The person should be fluent in English and/or French and able to work independently with minimum supervision/guidance. Being familiar with ILC Programs (NES & CBIs) is an added value.

    Main Responsibilities:

    The MEL Officer will support the Regional Coordinator mainly in the following:

    • Develop & implement ILC Africa MEL strategy;
    • Support ILC Africa members in developing & implementing MEL strategies;
    • Ensure high quality management of the ongoing ILC Africa programs (NES & CBIs);
    • Regular monitoring of ILC Africa programs to ensure timely delivery of the expected results;
    • Ensure regular & systematic monitoring & proper documentation of ILC Africa programs’ outcomes and impacts;
    • Plan and implement capacity building measures for ILC Africa members to ensure high quality and impactful program management/implementation;
    • Support the development of learning materials within ILC Africa programs;
    • Facilitate learning and knowledge exchanges within ILC Africa platform;
    • Ensure timely reporting by ILC Africa members;
    • Reviewing reports from ILC members,
    • Support timely and high quality reporting to ILC donors,

    Contract type: Local contract, full time contract.

    Contract Duration: Up to end 2018 with possibility for extension depending on performance and availability of funds.

    Further considerations:

    • Female candidates are encouraged to apply;
    • Only short listed candidates will be contacted for further details & test / interview;
    • Test/Interviews are scheduled latest by the 1st week of May 2018;
    • A successful candidate is expected to report to the office latest by the 2nd week of May 2018;

    Travels: about 30%

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    Program development officer-PDO

     

    Duty station: Nairobi-Kenya, Kasarani, ICIPE Duduville Campus.

    Reporting to: ILC Africa Regional Coordinator

    Qualifications / Preconditions:

    At least a bachelor’s degree in social sciences, Environment sciences, development studies, natural resources, management, law, or any other related studies. Experience working for NGOs, at least 5 years of experience in project/program cycle management; proven experience in project/program proposals writing & fundraising. The person should be fluent in English and/or French and able to work independently (with minimum supervision/guidance). Being familiar with ILC Programs (NES & CBIs) is an added value.

    Main Responsibilities:

    The PDO will support the Regional Coordinator mainly in the following:

    • Support ILC Africa resource mobilization strategy review & implementation;
    • Support ILC Africa members in developing & implementing resource mobilization strategies;
    • Support ILC Africa in resource mobilization for the implementation of the ILC Africa Strategy and work plans;
    • Mapping of all potential ILC Africa resource partners;
    • Support ILC Africa members in proposals writing for the ILC supported programs;
    • Support capacity building for ILC Africa members in resource mobilization, projects/programs development and proposals writing.

    Contract type: Local contract, full time contract.

    Contract Duration: Up to end 2018 with possibility for extension depending on performance and availability of funds.

    Further considerations:

    • Female candidates are encouraged to apply;
    • Only short listed candidates will be contacted for further details & test / interview;
    • Test/Interviews are scheduled latest by the 1st week of May 2018;
    • A successful candidate is expected to report to the office latest by the 2nd week of May 2018;

    Travels: about 30%.

    Method of Application

    Applicants should send their Applications (Motivation letter & detailed C.V. including 3 references and any support documents) to hrm@elci.org with copy to africa@landcoalition.info . Please do indicate your monthly salary expectation in the letter. The email subject should be: “MEL Officer-ILC Africa”

    Deadline for applications: 29th April 2018. However, applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and a successful candidate may be obtained before the deadline. Therefore, kindly send application as soon as you can.

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