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Nov 302016
 

Admin & Facility Manager Jobs Kenya – Technical Institution (50–80K)

Location: Kilifi
Salary: 50 – 80K

Our client is a skills development organization that has recently set up a vocational institution in Kilifi. They seek to hire a Admin & Facility Manager who will be responsible for assisting in managing the institution’s activities, supervising support personnel, coordinating activities such as special events, transportation and building maintenance.

Admin & Facility Manager Job Duties and Responsibilities

  • Supervise and evaluate all non-instructional classified staff at the site
  • Manage all support activity schedules on, special events, sports activities, field trips, cafeteria, transportation, maintenance of the facility, playgrounds and cleaning
  • Manage all aspects of free and reduced lunch program/process, including managing the entire application process
  • Ensuring ongoing monitoring and implementation of transportation, food services, facilities maintenance, security and other third party service contracts
  • Manage community use of institution site
  • Manage the department budget
  • Responsible for institution safety plan: disaster preparation, fire drills, trainee, staff and public safety, and trainee health
  • Coordinate with the principal to maintain a positive, safe learning environment for trainees by enforcing the institution discipline plan

Qualifications for the Admin & Facility Manager Job

  • Degree in Business Administration or Higher Diploma in a relevant field
  • 3-4 years experience working in Facility Administration.
  • Effective written and verbal communication
  • Previous experience in stock taking is desired
  • A keen eye for detail
  • Strong time management and organisational skills
  • Ability to delegate and also oversee work in a supervisory capacity
  • Effective communications skills (including IT skills and report writing)

NB: CANDIDATES MUST BE FROM THE COASTAL REGION

How To Apply
Please only send your CV quoting the job title in the email subject (Admin & Facility Manager – Technical Institution) to jobs@corporatestaffing.co.ke before Monday 5th December, 2016. Kindly indicate current/last salary on your CV.

N.B: We do not charge any fee for receiving your CV or for interviewing. Only applicants meeting the strict criteria outlined above will be contacted as part of the shortlisting process. To view other job openings please click http://www.corporatestaffing.co.ke/jobs-in-kenya/

Job Category: ADMINISTRATION JOBS IN KENYA, CORPORATE STAFFING SERVICES JOBS IN KENYA, JOB VACANCIES IN KENYA, KENYAN JOBS Employer: CORPORATE STAFFING JOBS KENYA

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