Save The Children Kenya is hiring for the following positions:
1.Nutrition Technical Specialist
ROLE PURPOSE: Under the general direction and guidance of the Head of Health, Nutrition & WASH and as a key member of the Programme Development and Quality (PDQ) team, the Nutrition TS will ensure that all nutrition programming is of excellent technical quality, attracts significant donor funding and contributes significantly to Save the Children’s strategic objectives, national and global learning and advocacy. The Nutrition TS is expected to provide technical advice and support to programme staff at the national and county levels to ensure programming objectives are successfully achieved. He/she will also contribute to the development and implementation of the country office’s multisector Nutrition Strategy with strong linkages with Health, WASH, Education and Child Poverty/FSL wider nutrition resilience efforts.
2.Outreach Assistant, Humanitarian (1 Nutrition Assistant and 1 Nurse Assistant)
ROLE PURPOSE Save the Children International Kenya Office, has an exciting opportunity for you to join our team as an Outreach Assistant. The post holders will be in charge of managing integrated health and nutrition outreaches in various locations in Garissa County. The post holders will support nutrition mass screening programmes on partnership with the sub-counties health officials and other partners at the community level. He/she will ensure that outreaches are done in-line with MoH and SCI standards, oversee outreach mobilization programmes, and support the MoH to collect and collate date for outreaches. She/he will also ensure effective referral system between the outreach site and link health care facilities.
3.Data Analysis Lead (Finance)
This role will:
- Lead on developing visually intuitive information assets for Finance end users on Power BI
- Introduce best practices for information visualisation in the Finance context
- Educate the Finance Reporting team and Finance super users in developing information assets
- Provide input and play a significant role in moving Finance Reporting to the DWH
ROLE PURPOSE: This role will be in charge of implementing and evaluating the curriculum in Alternative Basic Education centres and impart knowledge, skills, develop personality and character to children in Dadaab refugee camp through the Education in Emergencies project implemented through a partnership with ECHO under a consortium led by Save the Children. The teachers will ensure quality teaching and learning through training of refugee teachers, mentorship and quality monitoring. The teachers will be based in the SCI ABE centres and provide support in developing professional documents and delivery of lessons, administer competency exams and oversee the lessons delivery and train other teachers on CBC.
6.Pediatric Counselor (Maternity Cover)
ROLE PURPOSE: The Pediatric counselor is responsible for field level implementation, inter-camp coordination and monitoring and evaluation of psychosocial support activities as well as providing leadership and guidance to Child Protection community workers at the CEWC and lay counselors. Provides direct counseling services to children identified or referred by SC sectors, community structures and other partners, deliver capacity building training for programme staffs, community structures and staff from partner agencies.
7.Digital Literacy officer
The digital literacy officer will be overseeing the digital learning component of the education program in Dadaab refugee camps. The role holder will oversee and support implementation in all digital education pilot project areas and the ECHO project. The role will also ensure quality digital learning, support teachers and learners and provide technical support to address technological challenges faced with the tablets.
8.Regional Awards Management Specialist
This role will support various Country Offices in East and South Africa, to remain competitive and adhere to all award management obligations internally within Save the Children and externally with donors. The Awards (Grants) Specialist will provide support to the Country Awards Leads in the planning, securing and managing of both development and humanitarian awards. The position plays a lead role on strategic portfolio planning and risk management through analysis and management information so as to inform strategic decision making. Additionally, he/she will support the Head of Strategic Portfolio and Awards Management with dedicated support on high risk awards; and providing analysis; compliance capacity building and monitoring of all phases of awards.