NIRAS Kenya Recruitment 2023/2024 Application Form Portal

Last Updated on March 15, 2023

NIRAS Kenya Recruitment

Are you interested in working with NIRAS Kenya? Then you are on the right post. We have exhaustively conveyed all the important and recent updates, related to this recruitment exercise. Kindly read to the end, to get all the necessary information, concerning the requirements, guidelines, qualifications, and application for the 2023 NIRAS Kenya recruitment.

About NIRAS Kenya

The NIRAS story in Kenya is a long one: having implemented projects in the country since the early 1970s, we are a consistent and long-term partner with government, local institutions and international donors. We have expanded and grown over time, from project, representative and branch offices to incorporating LTS Africa. By continually expanding and investing in our presence in Kenya, NIRAS Africa now has nine permanent staff and five consultants, which gives us the ability to make rapid on-the-ground decisions, coordinate the implementation of our many local projects, and meet stakeholders on their home turf.

Because we have such a long history in Kenya, we understand the unique requirements which drive development cooperation in the country. NIRAS Africa is well aligned to Kenya’s development agenda, both through our staff with technical expertise in agriculture, environment and climate change, resilience, gender and urban and private sector development, and through our recent and ongoing projects that include broad-based agribusiness programmes such as the Agricultural Sector Development Support Programme to encourage continuous development and commercialisation; technical assistance to the National Drought Management Authority to set-up and operationalise drought contingency funds; and different M&E assignments in the areas of natural resource management, agriculture and climate change. We offer services in policy, programme and project formulation, technical assistance for sector reforms and programme implementation, and monitoring, evaluation and Learning (MEL).

NIRAS Kenya Recruitment 2023

NIRAS Kenya has been undergoing massive job recruitment intake annually for the past few years. We’ve received numerous requests from aspirants on various platforms yearning for legit information about the NIRAS Kenya recruitment application form and guidelines for 2023. Many applicants have been asking us questions like;

    • Is NIRAS Kenya 2023 job application form out?
    • Where can I obtain the 2023 NIRAS Kenya Recruitment form?
    • When will NIRAS Kenya start 2023 Recruitment?
    • I need NIRAS Kenya 2023 Recruitment updates,
    • How can I apply for NIRAS Kenya Recruitment 2023? Just to list a few.

    These questions will be answered on this page and everything you need to be shortlisted for the NIRAS Kenya recruitment will also be clearly stated.

    Requirements for NIRAS Kenya Recruitment 2023

    To qualify for the 2023 NIRAS Kenya recruitment, candidates must;

    • Be a Kenyan citizen
    • Applicants must be no younger than 18 and no older than 35
    • Applicants must possess a legal ID document
    • You must have a diploma or degree in your field of application where applicable

    How to Apply for NIRAS Kenya Recruitment 2023

    To apply for NIRAS Kenya recruitment 2023, visit the official website at: https://www.niras.com

    • Locate Vacancies/Careers page
    • Select a vacant job and fill in all requirements.
    • Submit and print out the reference form if any.

    The names of successful candidates will be published, and these people will be contacted for further recruitment interviews.

    Openings at NIRAS Kenya

    We are currently recruiting to fill the following positions;

    1. Specialists in Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Prevention and Response Project in the Horn of Africa
    2. Team Leader in Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Prevention and Response Project in the Horn of Africa

    Specialists in Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Prevention and Response Project in the Horn of Africa

    Qualifications and professional experience required

    • Professional education and training relevant to the topic of the intervention, such as in the areas of health, gender, social work, rural development, or other relevant area.
    • Professional expertise on objectives as in the foreseen intervention, particularly GBV, Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), health, gender transformative approaches for community mobilization and preferably skills in mental health and psycho-social support (MHPSS);
    • Experience advising similar projects or stakeholders such as women-led organisations, health providers or ministries of health; a professional network in this sector will be an asset;
    • Experience in coordination with other technical and financial partners;
    • Demonstrated capacity for ensuring sustainability of results;
    • Demonstrated experience in strengthening capacities of actors in GBV prevention and response, ideally on all or most topics such as networking, institutional and organisational development, management, community outreach and mobilization, gender mainstreaming and gender-responsive budgeting;
    • Experience working in Somalia, the Somali Region of Ethiopia, and North-Eastern Kenya;
    • Local language proficiency.

    Team Leader in Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Prevention and Response Project in the Horn of Africa

    Qualifications and professional experience required

    • Level of training (Master’s degree, or equivalent in health and/or gender studies, project and fund management, social sciences, international development, or other related subject);
    • Confirmed experience (10+ years) in project management and in the management of teams for complex interventions in development cooperation, ideally at regional level across borders;
    • Experience in coordination with other technical and financial partners;
    • Confirmed experience in the health sector with expertise in GBV or protection, Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), community mobilization, and preferably skills in mental health and psycho-social support;
    • a strong professional network with public and private actors in the region will be an asset;
    • Strong analytical capacity and ability for innovation and unconventional and innovative solutions;
    • Professional experience in the Horn of Africa Region, preferably in Somalia, the Somali Region of Ethiopia and North-Eastern Kenya;
    • Complementary experiences, skills for ensuring sustainability of the project results;
    • Readiness to undertake duty travel to the project regions.

    Method of Application

    Use the link(s) below to apply on company website.

    Deadline: Mar 31, 2023


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