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The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) seeks to establish a roster of proposal / grant writers with a track record of success on whom it will call on for short term consultancy assignments to support and/ or lead the development of high-quality project proposals.

ILRI works to improve food and nutrition security and reduce poverty in developing countries through research for efficient, safe and sustainable use of livestock. It is the only one of 15 CGIAR research centres dedicated entirely to animal agriculture research for the developing world. Co-hosted by Kenya and Ethiopia, it has regional or country offices and projects in East, South and Southeast Asia as well as Central, East, Southern and West Africa.


ILRI frequently responds to, and relies on funding, from calls for proposals from a variety of donors and partners which require different writing styles and methods. ILRI is therefore inviting prospective consultants to submit applications and register to ILRI’s roster of proposal / grant writers.

Scope of work

The Consultant will support the development of proposals; formulate, review, edit and quality assure project proposals; work closely and effectively with concerned staff to ensure timely submission of high quality and compelling project proposals resulting in securing funds for ILRI. More specifically the consultant will:

  • Work with program leaders, project leaders, regional representatives and other relevant internal teams to develop a compelling, evidence-based proposal for submission to international donors and foundations.

  • Take the lead on writing proposal sections in accordance with the requirements established by the donor. Review the RFP and assure clear understanding of all requirements. Ensure that the tone, content and design of the proposal corresponds to the needs and focus of the donor and speaks clearly and convincingly to the donor agenda.

  • Meet with key project stakeholders within ILRI areas of operation as needed to ensure that the program design and bid integrate expertise from all relevant actors/sectors, including private sector, impact investors including social ventures, national agricultural research systems, government departments, and others as needed.

Selected consultants will be awarded a maximum of 25 working days per annum at an agreed daily fee. The days will be drawn on a need by need basis and the agreement will clearly state that the actual number of days will vary depending on program needs.

Essential Skills and Qualifications Required:

  • An advanced research degree (Masters or PhD) in agriculture, international development, a social science, or another field relevant to this assignment.

  • Minimum of 10 years of experience in designing, writing and editing project proposals, preferably for agricultural development-related initiatives in East, Southern and West Africa and South and Southeast Asia.

  • Proven track record of developing project proposals and success in winning grants to the value of at least USD 1m/ proposal, from institutional donors, preferably from major donor agencies. Success in fundraising for international, agricultural and/or research organizations in developing countries is a clear advantage.

  • Familiarity with the funding structures and opportunities of international donors and investors. Good and proven working relationships with relevant development and government authorities and stakeholder is a clear advantage.

  • Proven ability to translate scientific language into easily understandable, readable, compelling and well-written value proposition. Must be able to write to a range of audiences and creatively explain complex technical ideas in an approachable, compelling way.

  • Superior English speaking/writing skills required.

How to apply:

Applicants should send a cover letter and CV expressing their interest in the position, what they can bring to the job and the names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to the Director, People and Organizational Development through our recruitment portal on or before 31 January 2018. The position title and reference number REF: PW/IPP/01/2018 should be clearly marked on the subject line of the cover letter.

Applicants will also be required to submit:

  • Areas of expertise including preferred region (if applicable).

  • A statement describing availability and preferred length of assignment.

  • Current daily fee rate applicable for the next 12 months.

  • List of past assignments with names and contact information of references.

  • A list of assignments where funds were secured, indicating the amount as well as applicant’s role in the application/ proposal writing process.

  • Writing sample.

We thank all applicants for their interest in working for ILRI. Due to the volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

ILRI does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process (application, interview meeting, processing or training). ILRI also does not concern itself with information on applicants’ bank accounts.

To find out more about ILRI, visit our websites at

To find out more about working at ILRI visit our website at

ILRI is an equal opportunity employer.

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Education Advisor - Somalia (Nairobi-based)

About the role: This is an initial one-year contract with opportunity to extend. It is a new role with unaccompanied terms based in Nairobi, Kenya with frequent travel to Somalia, and a salary of Grade 4 €35,981 - €39,979.

You will report to the Programmes Director and will work directly with Concern’s Mogadishu-based Education Programme Manager, Somaliland Area Manager and their respective teams. In addition, you will liaise closely with the Ministry of Education, GPE Grant Agents, Concern’s Partnership Advisor and all other education sector external stakeholders.

You will be overall technical coordinator on all education activities for Concern Worldwide in Somalia. You will liaise with the Dublin-based Desk Officer and Education and Equality technical advisors.

Your purpose: The purpose of this position is to provide technical support to all Concern’s education programmes in Somalia. This includes the provision of strategic oversight for the programme, while building systems and capacities that can continue the quality work after the contract ends. As important, the Education Advisor will also play an active role in supporting the process of developing a three-year GPE funded programme for Somalia under a lead role of CARE International and guidance by the Ministry of Education. It is expected that the role enhance Concern’s profile in the education sector in key forums and platforms and explore opportunities to collaborate with key education actors, NGOs, UN and private bodies.

Key elements of this position will include supporting the effort to continue to improve the quality of programming – particularly literacy and numeracy teaching and assessment in primary schools – as well as emergency education programmes with IDPs, and literacy support for other groups such as TVET students and women’s self-help groups.

The position will represent Concern in the education cluster, at the education sector committee (ESC) and any relevant meetings related to education, including coordinating closely with CARE, as the GPE Grant Agent and the Ministry of Education. This position will also ensure that Concern Worldwide remains informed and embraces the new Education Sector Strategy Plan (ESSP), the Somalia National Development Plan (NDP) and any new development in the sector.

You will be responsible for:

Strategic and Technical Management:

  • Provide technical guidance and support to strengthen Concern’s current Education programmes and activities in Somalia and to position for future education programming and donor funding. This includes effective technical support to the design, planning, implementation, monitoring& evaluation, and management of the education programmes. You will be assisting in the development of technical briefing papers, concept notes and high quality proposals that are in line with Concern and sector strategies and meet donor requirements.

  • Lead programme quality through the development of the education technical approaches and methods that assist in reaching targets.

  • Support the programme teams in the development of proposals, concept notes and budgets for Education projects/programmes in consultation with the Education Programme Manager, Grants & Information Manager and the Programmes Director.

  • Support the teams to continuously review the education programme strategy and approaches to appropriately address and accommodate shifting and/or emerging field contexts. Propose innovative Education approaches relevant to the fragile context of Somalia.

  • Review and strengthen the literacy and numeracy training provided for self-help groups, TVET students and any other community groups that Concern supports with informal adult education. This includes building the capacity of the education and other programmes staff to implement new literacy and numeracy initiatives.

  • Formulate and provide technical support in developing a teacher and CEC capacity building strategy, manuals and procedures with emphases on literacy, numeracy, pedagogy and SRGBV.

  • Assist the Education Programme staff in finding ways to and integrate/link education activities with other Concern’s programmes such as WASH, Health & Nutrition, Livelihoods, etc.

  • Support the Education PM to submit high quality and timely programme reports

Global Partnership for Education (GPE) Programme:

  • Support the government’s proposal for GPE financing and assist in preparation of grant application packages in conjunction with the lead Grant Agent.

  • Participate in country-led dialogue mechanisms for designing, planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating education strategies and plans as a member of the local education group.

  • Communicate and update HQ level technical advisors and senior leadership with regard to the development of the GPE application process and implementation.

  • Assist any technical review of documents and other materials related to the development of the three-year programme for GPE funding and provide timely feedback.

  • Advice and lobby for meaningful contribution and voice by Concern in the grant application and negotiation process. This includes influencing the Ministry and the Grant Agent to assign adequate implementation work for Concern, in line with existing and potential expertise of the organization.

Coordination and networking:

  • Participate proactively in Nairobi-level Education Cluster, Education Sector Coordination and other relevant sectoral meetings, and engage with UN agencies, the Ministries of Education and other key actors within the sector building on existing and developing networks.

  • Share information on Concern’s activities and intervention and support in the regular updating and submission of the 4W matrix to the cluster on monthly basis.

  • Develop strategies and plans that contribute to raising the profile of Concern as an expert organization in education in general. More specifically with regard to literacy teaching and application of early grade reading assessments (EGRA) in Somalia.

  • Promote on-going consultations and interactions with Concern’s head office Education Advisors as well as with other Education Managers/Advisors in Concern Country Programmes on emerging sectoral trends and best practices from other countries.

Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E):

  • Work closely with the relevant Grant Agent and the Federal Ministry of Education staff to create technically sound monitoring and evaluation guidelines, frameworks and indicators for the GPE Programme, in line with donor-approved documents.

  • Provide technical support to education ministries in order to embed M&E and accountability in the design, planning and implementation of education programmes.

  • Work closely with Concern’s education and other programmes staff develop and maintain clear monitoring frameworks that inform programme reporting & design in collaboration with the M&E team.

  • Closely support the review, re-design, training and application of the annual EGRA assessments, and lead on data analysis and write-up of findings.

  • Oversee undertaking of external and internal programme evaluations and assessments

  • Conduct monitoring support visits to programme areas where security permits to assess performance against agreed program objectives and indicators.

  • Work with the team and the GIM to identify and document programme learning, success cases, good practices and disseminate learning for both internal and external audiences as required

Advocacy, Communications and Visibility:

  • Coordinate advocacy, communication and visibility activities of Concern’s education programme in Somalia, in line with relevant donors’ communication and visibility guidelines.

  • Produce briefing papers and other publications, coordinate approval with the appropriate stakeholders, and ensure wider dissemination to influence practice and policy and promote the work of Concern Worldwide.

Staff Development:

  • Provide technical assistance to staff members that contribute to the wider educations goals and sit in various working groups established by the federal education ministry.

  • Support the Education team in identifying training need assist in the development of a training plan and undertaking of identified trainings.

  • Facilitate staff trainings as per your areas of expertise and where appropriate.

  • Participate in the recruitment of in-country Education staff and any consultants, as required. This includes supporting the preparation of job requisitions, job descriptions, terms of references, etc.


  • Together with other programme teams ensure inequality, risk and vulnerability are analysed, mitigated against and responded to during the overall planning, implementation and management of the Education programme.

  • Concern is committed to responding to emergencies efficiently and effectively in order to help affected people meet their basic needs, alleviate suffering and maintain their dignity. To this end, when emergencies strike and Somalia programme is to respond, all staff are required to actively participate in the response, regardless of location and contribute to the efforts aimed at achieving the humanitarian objective of the organization.

  • Support the development and implementation of the country strategic plan and in the context of the education sector priorities and needs.

  • Any other ad hoc duties as may be assigned by your line manager or the CD that are consistent with the nature of Concern operations.

Your skills and experience will include:


  • Appropriate qualification at Master’s degree level or above, in education, or development administration or a relevant social science.

  • Proven experience (at least 8 years) in senior programme management and leadership positions within the Education sector, working with national governments, INGOs, NGOs, CBOs, other civil society groups.

  • Experience with Global Partnership for Education (GPE) or managing/engaging with large grants from major international donors, particularly the World Bank.

  • Solid experience with early grade reading, literacy and/or phonics and numeracy teaching and support

  • Ability to design and deliver training courses for staff and teachers

  • Excellent written and spoken English language skills.

  • Strong analytical, interpersonal, communication and organisation skills.

  • Strong coordination skills, both internal across programming sectors and support teams, and externally with implementing partners.

  • Experience of working in a consortium model of working.

  • Ability to build and maintain effective relationships with senior representatives of donor, INGO and Government structures and to represent the organisation at national or international level fora

  • Thorough understanding of gender, equality and protection issues.

  • Strong experience of financial management and donor compliance processes.

  • Experience in the design and use of monitoring and evaluation systems.

  • Knowledge the key tools used by donor agencies, such as logical frame works, results chains, theories of change, results-based management and financial administration systems.


  • An understanding of accountability as applied within humanitarian and development programming; familiarity with the Core Humanitarian Standard and its application.

  • An understanding of programme participant protection policies and international humanitarian standards.

  • An understanding and knowledge on resilience and how it relates to climate change, disaster risk reduction and humanitarian assistance.

  • Experience of working in Somalia.

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SECOURS ISLAMIQUE FRANCE (SIF) is a Non-Governmental Organization of international solidarity based in France. Founded in 1991, SIF is a non-profit and non-political organization that intents to help, to bring relief and to protect the lives of those threatened by natural disasters, armed conflicts or by economic collapse. SIF provides its help in respect of the cultural diversity, without any distinction of origin, religion or gender.

Mission context:

Based in Kenya, the Head of Mission provides the overall leadership and strategic direction of SIF operations in Kenya and Somalia (in remote control).

SECOURS ISLAMIQUE FRANCE is recruiting a Head of mission M/F based in Nairobi (Kenya / Somalia).

Mission/ Role:

Leadership of the Country Programme

  • To maintain and develop SIF presence and SIF’s strategy in Kenya and in Somalia (in remote control),

  • To coordinate and manage the overall planning and direction of SIF operations in Kenya and in Somalia,

  • To monitor the emergency humanitarian situation in the country and advise HQs on the appropriate course of action.

Programme Development

  • To develop SIF short and medium term strategy for the mission,

  • To regularly analyze the context, risks, operational access issues and availability of resources, in relation to the program objectives,

  • To assess the donor environment and opportunities for funding, and ensure concept notes and proposals are submitted in coordination with HQ’s strategy.


  • To develop funding strategies and donor mapping analyses.

  • To manage external communications in collaboration with the communications with the HQs. Act as the contact person with press and media.

Staff Management / Human Resources

  • To provide leadership and management to the team.

  • To participate / oversee the recruitment process of national staff


  • To ensure that appropriate logistic structures and procedures are established and / or are maintained in accordance with the SIF guidelines

  • To oversee the timely and efficient planning and implementation of procurement and supply of items in line with project needs.

  • To ensure adequate management of warehousing, compounds, transportation, goods in kind, and assets according to SIF procedures.

Safety and Security Management

Responsible for the safety and security of all SIF staff and visitors to Kenya and Somalia.

  • To ensure that appropriate logistic structures and procedures are established and / or are maintained in accordance with the SIF guidelines

  • To monitor the security context (including participating in local/national INGO/UN security meetings) and act on any deterioration in this that could affect operations and provide guidance to teams/sites as required

Administration and Finance

  • Ensure that appropriate administrative and financial guidelines and procedures are established, maintained / updated regularly and adhered to by the team as well as any basic systems required in country.

The task list is neither exhaustive nor restrictive and is evolving according to the needs of the organization.Being an association with limited resources, versatility and flexibility are necessary in order to overcome any difficulty temporary and exceptional.

The employee may be requested to perform other tasks in accordance with it job category, in case of need related to the functioning of the Association or to changes in its policy and it organization, and respecting the pattern of fixed-term contract.


  • Minimum 5 years of previous experience in humanitarian work, including previous experiences as Country Director, or Deputy Country Director, or Chief of Party with INGOs in similar context.

  • Substantial experience of strategic thinking, including identifying, analyzing, problem solving and responding to opportunities and challenges and the ability to translate these into practical plans of action.

  • Extensive experience of securing substantial external funding. Evidence of understanding the challenges of donor and contract management and the implications for program management.

  • Extensive knowledge and experience of project planning and budget holding; proposal and report writing.

  • Knowledge and understanding of project management tools (Logical Framework analysis, project cycle management, objectives and indicators etc.)

  • Strong leadership skills and a supportive management style (experience managing national and expatriate staff)

  • Strong communication skills, with excellent written and spoken English (and desirably French)

Duration: 12 months

Starting date:1st January 2018

Being an association with limited means, versatility and flexibility are necessary in order to overcome any difficulty temporary and exceptional.

The employee may be affected to perform other tasks in accordance with it job category, in case of need related to the functioning of the Association or to changes in its policy and it organization, and respecting the pattern of fixed-term contract.

Working conditions:**

  • French fixed term contract “CDD d’usage”

  • Remuneration according to profile

  • Monthly Per diem, Guesthouse

  • Medical cover (60% cover by SIF and 40% covered by the expatriate)

  • R&R every at 3 and 9 month

  • Return plane ticket supported by SIF for leave at 6 month

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Kenya Tea Development Agency (MS) Ltd is a key player in the tea industry providing management services to the smallholder tea sub-sector for efficient production, processing and marketing of quality teas.

To ensure continued success and growth, we are seeking dynamic and highly talented individuals to join our management team in the following exciting and challenging positions.

To be considered you must be computer literate, proactive and resilient.

You must possess strong communication, analytical, organizational, planning and interpersonal skills.

Clerk of Works

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(One Year Contract)

The Role: Reporting to the Head of Projects, the successful candidate will supervise construction on site under direction from the consultants.

Key Responsibilities

  • Interpreting contract documents on site;

  • Confirming and approving setting out of works on a daily basis;

  • Confirming work measurements on site and keep records;

  • Recording daily activities including plant on site;

  • Ensuring all project documentation and requirements are in place before and during construction;


Higher Diploma in building, construction/civil engineering, quantity survey

4 years of relevant experience

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