Thursday, June 9, 2011


Carolina for Kibera (CFK) is a non-profit organization based in the Kibera community of Nairobi.
CFK exists to develop local leaders, catalyze positive change and alleviate poverty in the Kibera slum of Nairobi.
Driven by local needs, CFK’s collaborative network of programs advance health, education, ethnic cooperation, gender equality and
economic empowerment, and equip local leaders with tools to strengthen the community.
More information can be found at
In a bid to move the organization to greater sustainability in line with vision of the Strategic Plan 2011 – 2015, CFK seeks to recruit a
young and dynamic Kenyan as its Partnerships & Sustainability Manager.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the position will be responsible for management of the organization’s Endowment Fund as well as
establishing processes and systems that will enable CFK to move towards greater sustainability as an institution of benefit to its

Position Status: Full time.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
• Develop and implement a comprehensive sustainability plan aimed at moving CFK toward greater sustainability in
collaboration with the Executive Director and other organizational staff.
• Provide leadership in the management and growth of the CFK Endowment Fund.
• Actively cultivate new and existing donor relationships by exploring multiple possibilities for engagement while developing
and maintaining contacts with a broad section of agencies and leaders.
• Conduct a comprehensive analysis of systems and structures and continuously spearhead reviews to ensure continued
efficiency, effectiveness and high impact for CFK’s resource investments.
• Develop and spearhead the implementation of a resource mobilization strategy that would enable CFK to achieve its 2015
financial objectives for both program and core costs.
• Develop concepts and proposals and act as a catalyst for new resource mobilization ideas and approaches in collaboration
with CFK staff and in line with the wider organizational vision.
• Ensure strict compliance by CFK to funding guidelines and regulations as detailed in the various funding agreements in place.
• Any other duties that you may be assigned from time to time.


We are a medium sized Sacco based in Nairobi and looking a suitable candidate to fill the position of an Internal Auditor.
Reporting to the CEO the successful candidate will be responsible for the effective management and implementation of the internal

Qualifications and Experience
• Minimum Certified Public Accountant (CPA III)
• Minimum working experience of three years in a busy office
• Must be computer literate
• Age between 30 and 40 years


Department: Natural Resources Management
Location: Nairobi, Dagorreti Corner
Job Description:
Job Purpose
Reporting to the Head of Programs ENRM, the NSA/NRM Program Manager will be based in Nairobi and will primarily provide
management and oversight to the overall implementation of the program activities and its grant components. S/He will supervise the
staff under the facility, work closely with the Capacity Development and Grants Managers and design Calls for Proposals (CfPs) for
programmatic and activity oriented grant awards. S/He will participate in the review and selection of concepts and proposals from
applicant organisations. Overall, S/He will provide a coordination role for all the components of the Programme, and contribute to
leveraging funding to enhance achievement of Pact Kenya’s organizational mission, vision and strategic objectives.
Specifically, the NSA-NRM Programme Manager will:
• Contribute to the development and continuous review of the overall strategy for the NSA-NRM Advocacy and Capacity
Development approach to strengthening NSAs in the Environment and NRM sector.
• Provide technical leadership in the design and implementation of NSA-NRM programme grants and studies nationally.
• Guide partners in developing projects that are aligned to the NSA-NRM Programme goals and results.
• Coordinate technical support for partners to develop and implement sound NRM advocacy for ENRM sector.
• Facilitate linkages between partners, private sector and GoK offices for effective advocacy and service delivery.
• Provide leadership, in liaison with MERL department and partners to develop project performance indicators for tracking
performance of advocacy projects and service delivery and to guide program management in decision-making.
• In liaison with Capacity Development Manager, develop tools and methods for capacity development of the partners.
• Track the overall performance of the team supporting the NSA-NRM programme, through coordinating preparation of
quarterly activity plans and monthly & quarterly performance reviews.
• Participate in NSA-NRM team meetings, both internally and with SIDA.
• Take responsibility for all assets assigned to the projects, and those assigned to specific activities from time to time.
• Take responsibilities for all assets and equipments assigned by Pact Kenya to facilitate discharge of the functions of the NSANRM
Program Manager.
• Supervise Programme Officers under the NSA-NRM program, to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in programme delivery.
Financial Management
• Ensure the programmes follow and fulfill Pact Kenya’s and SIDA’s financial management systems, processes and controls and
that they are compliant with good operating standards.
• Responsible for budget preparation and implementation in accordance with the annual work plans for each grantee.


Department: Admin
Location: Nairobi, Dagorreti Corner
Job Description:
Reporting to the Finance Manager, the Finance Officer will be based in Nairobi and will primarily be responsible for the assessment,
monitoring, planning and managing the efficient utilization of cash and financial services in a manner consistent with the objectives of
Pact Kenya and in compliance with all donor regulations.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Specifically, the Finance Officer- treasury management will be responsible for but not limited to:
• Prepare and monitor various cash flow forecasts and perform financial modeling
• Forecast daily cash requirements and execute daily financing decisions
• Maintain adequate cash levels to support Pact Kenya’s business operations
• Monitor and report on working capital levels and ensure changing trends in levels are identified and reported to management
• Provide regular cash management reports including bank reconciliations
• Develop foreign exchange policies and procedures, plan and execute foreign exchange strategies to monitor and manage Pact
Kenya foreign exchange related risks
• Develop, understand and manage appropriate accounting procedures and processes relating to treasury to optimize efficiency
and effectiveness
• Manage long-term and short-term investment strategies
• Enforce legal and regulatory requirements in relation to treasury management


Department: Admin
Location: Nairobi, Dagorreti Corner
Job Description:

Reporting to the Capacity Development Manager, the Capacity Development Officer will primarily be responsible for providing
Capacity Development support and interventions to partners that Pact Kenya works with.
These may include but not limited to regional and national civil society organizations, grassroots community groups, cooperative
societies, networks and coalitions, and professional associations.

Duties and responsibilities:
Specifically, the Capacity Development Officer will be responsible for but not limited to:
Capacity Development participation
• Working in liaison with Capacity Development Manager and other Capacity Development staff implement Pact Kenya’s
capacity develop strategy
• Develop detailed project work plans, including activity descriptions and timetables and manage the implementation of these
activities so as to ensure the project’s activities and outputs are executed on time and meet the desired quality standards
• Conduct Organizational Capacity Assessment (OCAs) and develop subsequent Capacity Development plans with targeted
• Prepare OCA and training reports as required and on timely basis
• Prepare Capacity Development training modules and materials to respond to training needs identified through OCAs
• Plan and conduct trainings in governance and leadership, strategic planning, management, resource mobilization,
communication, networking and all other areas identified through OCAs
• Coordinate with other staff in the programme in providing technical support and mentorship to target CSOs covering all
organizational capacity development aspects
• Coordinate with other departments to provide training in other areas – financial management, business development and
marketing, conflict management, advocacy and also in providing technical services to target CSOs
• Track programme’s progress and make changes to the activity plans where appropriate, providing in each case a full
justification of these changes to the Supervisor
• Ensure good relations are maintained at all times with the project’s beneficiaries, partners and donors
• Keep abreast of new or shifting specialist knowledge - methodological or developmental - that relates to the scope of
programme activities.
• Provide this specialist knowledge where appropriate to other programs, and/or to seek this support from outside parties when
Monitoring, evaluation and knowledge sharing
• Participate in setting program targets in line with overall strategic goal of the programme
• Take responsibility in tracking Capacity Development progress by conducting OCAs and re-OCAs to demonstrate impact in
capacity development
• Adequately analyze the OCA data and submit draft report (analysis) and raw data to the MERL team
• Together with the MERL team, develop indicators and protocols for monitoring progress and reporting