Nov 022016

Do you have a desire to work for an International NGO? The biggest NGO’s in Africa have vacancies that are waiting to be filled. Get your ink and papers ready and apply.

1. Redcross Society- Research Manager Jobs

The Research Manager will oversee the day-to-day development and management of agreed research projects & programmes and provide oversight and information to the Executive Director. S/he will support business development and ensure the delivery of high quality research programmes, among other responsibilities. Masters Degree in related discipline required.

Apply here for the Research Manager Job

2. Amref- Assistant Programme Accountant Jobs (2 positions)

The candidate will be tasked with, preparing and issuing receipts for all payments ensuring supporting documents are adequate and complete, preparing and issuing cheques as per laid down procedures, daily data entry from payment vouchers, petty cash voucher, surrender journal entries and receipts against banking credit slips as well as maintaining an up to date debtors status. They should have a Degree in Accounting, Business, Finance or related field, CPA II, ability to work within deadlines and ability to make timely and well-considered decisions based on corporate policies.

Apply here for the Assistant Programme Accountant Job

3. Caritas Switzerland- Finance Assistant Jobs

Caritas Switzerland is an Organization committed to a world that is guided by solidarity, justice and peace and in which the inviolable dignity and the rights of every human being are respected.

The qualified candidate for the Finance Assistant Job should have a degree in accounting or business administration.

Apply here for the Finance Assistant Job

4. Redcross Society- Health Information Systems Officer Jobs

Reporting to the Health and Nutrition Manager, the H.I.S Officer will be responsible for the implementation of active, facility-based and laboratory-enhance surveillance at specific points of care. Education requirements include a degree in public health, health informatics, health information or other related field such as epidemiology.

Apply here for the Health Information Systems Officer Job

5. Amref- Supply Chain Jobs (2 Posts)

The position holder will be expected to support the SCM component of the organizational capacity assessment (OCA), identifying capacity gaps, work in partnership with the county government to create a capacity development plan to improve SCM performance and provide technical assistance, training and mentorship on specific technical areas. The candidate should have a Degree or professional certification in Supply Chain Management, Business as well as strong oral and written communication skills

Apply Here for the Supply Chain Jobs

All the best in your applications.


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