Thursday, 25 June 2015

Programme Support Intern- DRC Regional Office

The AVR approach is currently implemented at the national and community level. At the national level,DDG seeks to support the authorities with small arms management and support peace building and security sector reform initiatives. The community safety approach is rooted in a participatory process, where DDG assists target communities to assess their safety and security situation, define and prioritise their safety and security needs and identify resources to address these needs.

DDG is looking for a highly talented and motivated individual for the position of intern.
 

Purpose
Support the Kenya programme in terms of finance, administration and other programme support functions as well as maintaining programmatic information management system.
 

Key Responsibilities
  • Support monitoring of programme spending
  • Support planning and implementation of project activities
  • Monitor programme compliance with operational handbook
  • Monitor media for developments related to the focus of different DDG projects
  • Any other tasks as agreed with DDG Kenya CD.
Reporting Arrangements
Line manager: DDG Country Director, Kenya
Personal Specifications

  • A university degree in Commerce or Finance management
  • Good interpersonal working relationships
  • Strong planning skills with ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines
  • Excellent computer skills in Excel, PowerPoint,Word and Outlook
  • Flexible and able to adapt quickly to new environment.

Kenya Extractive Industries Development Programme (KEIDP) Project Intern Lodwar, Kenya

Background Danish Demining Group (DDG) is part of the Danish Refugee Council (DRC). DDG is specialised in Armed Violence Reduction and Humanitarian Mine Action. DDG has programmes across the world and implements AVR programmes in the following countries in Eastern Africa: Somalia, Yemen, South Sudan,Uganda and Kenya. The AVR approach is currently implemented at the national and community level. At the national level, DDG seeks to support the authorities with small arms management and support peace building and security sector reform initiatives. The community safety approach is rooted in a participatory process, where DDG assists target communities to assess their safety and security situation, define and prioritise their safety and security needs and identify resources to address these needs.
 
Support the implementation of the Kenya Extractive Industries Development Programme (KEIDP) Community Engagement Pilot project.
 

Key Responsibilities
  • Support planning and implementation of project activities
  • Take minutes and draft reports
  • Support the implementation of the project M&E Plan
  • Any other tasks as agreed with DDG Senior Project Officer.
Reporting Arrangements
Line manager: Senior Project Officer
 

Personal Specifications
  • A university degree in peace studies, political science or related field,
  • Substantial knowledge of the Kenya political system from community to national level,
  • Exceptional understanding of local dynamics in Turkana
  • Excellent command of written and spoken English
  • Fluency in Turkana.
  • Excellent note taking skills
  • High degree of computer literacy,

Logistics and Procurement Intern- International Federation of Red Cross

Required Qualifications
  • Education -   Bachelor’s Degreein Supply Chain Management or related course.
  • KCSE Certificate required
Experience
  • Industrial attachment in a supply chain department is an added advantage.
  • Driving qualification with a valid driving license is an added advantage.
  • Skills & Knowledge
  • Practical Knowledge of computers (Windows, spread sheets, word processing, email)
  • Organisational capabilities and communication

kindly send applications to hr.eastafrica@ifrc.org

Applications are being reviewed on a rolling basis and will stop as soon as the position is filled. Deadline for applications is 27 th June 2015

Thursday, 18 June 2015

PuryEarth- Fashion Writing Intern

PuryEarth.co.ke is currently looking for fashion writing interns for the second half of our financial year (July-Dec) 2015. This is an unpaid virtual internship and you can work remotely from anywhere in the world. If you love taking photos and also like to write, you are welcome to apply.
Why Intern at PuryEarth?
This is an excellent opportunity if you’re interested in fashion or journalism and want to expand your writing portfolio and get your name out there. Writing, modeling or being a photographer for PuryEarth will give you real-life fashion industry and journalism experience and will be an impressive reference on any resume as you kick-start your career. You will walk away with fashion and media industry experience, improved web writing skills, free swag, and possibly even a full-time job.
 What we’re looking for:
The ideal candidate should be  passionate about all things fashion, responsible, hard working, self-motivated, creative, and organized. Applicants should have a strong command of the English language (spelling and grammar are very important) and should be able to handle writing on a deadline. Photography skills for fashion posts are also a huge bonus.