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Employment type: Full-time
Contract type: Permanent
Job Title: Mind Chef
Our Client in the Electronics industry would like to recruit Sales Assistants to join their team.
As a development organization, Solidaridad is convinced that decent and sustainable trade is the best instrument to combat structural poverty: since a secure income is the basis for a dignified existence.
Wrap is seeking to recruit dynamic, self driven and result oriented persons to fill in the following vacant positions;
1. Chief Surveyor- University graduate of over 8 years of working experience and must be with valid travelling passport.
The Nation Media Group attracts and serves unparalleled audiences in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda.
It is the single largest independent media house in East and Central Africa with operations in print, broadcast and digital media.
We are seeking to recruit experienced and self – motivated individuals to the following positions:
1. Mechanical Engineer - a graduate of 3-5yrs working experience with valid travelling passport.
Finance Positions, Nairobi, Kenya
About Bridge International Academies
Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced Kenyan nationals for the following positions:
In view of this and as part of fulfilling our Strategic Plan 2008 – 2012, the following positions are open for application from qualified professionals.
Cargo Sales & Customer Service Executive
I work at the United Nations and NGOs (non-governmental organization) Universe for over ten years. During this time I met many people, many young people who want to try to find a way into the affairs of NGOs. Many of them came to me after a fruitless search for all available positions in their field, wanting to chop some tips on where to look. Here's a quick summary of what I say: 1. Be willing to start from scratch. And when I say down, I mean, answering phones and filing. Many NGOs do not have the financial means to support a receptionist or a secretary. Therefore, they rely on interns and volunteers and program assistants to perform these tasks.
Making "dirty work" help with a number of things for you. Answer the phone and email in general can help you learn more about the network of organizations and stay abreast of what is the latest news. You will learn to answer fundamental questions about the organization and how to represent the various groups. Submit an important job. No, seriously. Dépôt helps you learn about the work of the organization, what are its main program areas. As you drag, you can read about topics that are interesting to you. Ask and ask for reports and books read at home. I guarantee that nobody else in the organization the time to read all the material they receive daily. You can go fast enough the best informed about the organization on a particular topic by reading the research background, and attend some meetings. Which brings me to my second point …
Overall purpose of the role
- Strategically managing and running the Uganda Branch.