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ADVERT NO.003/2016

COMMUNICATION /JOURNALIST INTERN

The National Council for Population and Development is a Semi-Autonomous Government Agency in the Ministry of Devolution and Planning. The Council seeks to recruit a Communication/Journalist Intern to support Public Relations Office for a period of twelve (12) months.

Duties and Responisbilities

i)Develop feature articles for publication in the mass media. ii)Write for the web and assist in social media engagement. iii)Report on activities carried out by or with NCPD participation. iv) Conduct interviews with key experts for publication in identified magazines. v)Conduct newspaper reviews and alert on topical issues. vi)Assist in media engagement activities carried out by the Council

Qualifications and Experience

The Communication/Journalist Intern should have the following qualifications and experience:- 1.Should have graduated not less than one year at the time of application. 2.Hold at least a degree in Communication/Journalism or related field from a reputable University. 3. Must have good writing and speaking skills in English language. 4.Must have flair for writing and evidence of having been published will be an added advantage. 5.Retirees and those who have lost formal employment will not be eligible. Internship Duration The duration of internship will be six (6) months, renewable to twelve (12) months based on good performance Method of Application Applicants who meet the above qualifications should send their applications including copies of academic and professional certificates, testimonials, Curriculum Vitae, copy of identity card, Certificate of Good Conduct. You should also give names and contacts of three (3) referees who must be familiar with your previous work/academic experience to:- The Director General National Council for Population and Development P. O. Box 48994-00100 NAIROBI Applications to reach the Council on or before 17th August, 2016. Only shortlisted candidates will be

2016/08/03 – 2016/8/17


ADVERT NO.003/2016

 DRIVER II – GRADE NCPD 9 – THREE (3) POSTS

The National Council for Population and Development is a Semi-Autonomous Government Agency under the Ministry of Devolution and Planning. The Council seeks to fill the following vacant positions:

Duties and Responisbilities

VACANCY: ADVERT NO.003/2016: DRIVER II – GRADE NCPD 9 – THREE (3) POSTS Reporting to Administrative Assistant in charge of logistics Duties and Responsibilities i) driving and keeping assigned vehicle clean; ii) detecting and reporting faults; iii) carrying out minor repairs, including oiling and greasing; iv) maintenance of a work ticket for vehicles assigned to him/her; and, v) ensuring safety of the vehicle, goods and passengers on and off the road.

Qualifications and Experience

Qualifications and Experience For appointment to this grade a candidate must have: (i) Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) mean grade D+ or its equivalent qualifications; (ii) Clean driving license free from any endorsement; (iii) Adequate knowledge of the highway code; (iv) At least four (4) years driving experience; (v) Occupational Test Grade III for drivers; and, (vi) Certificate of good conduct TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT The successful candidates will be appointed on permanent and pensionable terms. METHOD OF APPLICATION Those who are interested and qualified should send their applications attaching copies of their academic and professional certificates, testimonials, Curriculum Vitae, copy of identity card and Certificate of Good Conduct. They should also give names and contacts of three (3) referees who must be familiar with their previous work/academic experience and their (applicants) day time telephone/cellphone contacts to, The Director General National Council for Population and Development 4th Floor Chancery Building, Valley Road P. O. Box 48994-00100 NAIROBI Applications to reach the Council on or before 15th April, 2016. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

2016/04/05 – 2016/4/15


ADVERT NO.002/2016

LIBRARY ASSISTANT INTERN

The National Council for Population and Development is a Semi-Autonomous Government Agency in the Ministry of Devolution and Planning. The Council seeks to recruit a Library Assistant Intern to support the Documentation Centre for a period of six (6) months.

Duties and Responisbilities

1. Register new patrons, review/update patrons records and issue borrower identification cards for lending books and other materials. 2. Guide patrons on how to use reference sources and automated information systems (KOHA) 3. Process new materials by classifying and cataloging them according to content and purpose. 4. Provide access to library information resources and online resources to users. 5. Inspect returned books and due-date status, and compute any applicable fines. 6. Sort publications according to established procedure and return them to shelves or other designated storage areas. 7. Keep data of items received, stored, issued, and returned, and file according to system used.

Qualifications and Experience

The Library Assistant Intern should have the following qualifications and experience:- 1. Diploma in Information Science or related field. 2. At least one year experience in using KOHA Integrated Library Management System. 3. Proficiency in Basic Computer Skills. 4. Should be articulate in communication (in writing and speech). 5. Retirees and those who have lost formal employment will not be eligible. Internship Duration The duration of internship will be six (6) months Method of Application Those who are interested and qualified should send their applications attaching copies of their academic and professional certificates, testimonials, Curriculum Vitae, copy of identity card and Certificate of Good Conduct. They should also give names and contacts of three (3) referees who must be familiar with their previous work/academic experience and their (applicants) day time telephone/cellphone contacts to, The Director General National Council for Population and Development 4th Floor Chancery Building, Valley Road P. O. Box 48994-00100 NAIROBI Applications to reach the Council on or before 8th April, 2016. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

2016/03/31 – 2016/4/8


ADVERT NO 005/2015

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT INTERN (1 POST)

The National Council for Population and Development is a Semi-Autonomous Government Agency in the Ministry of Devolution and Planning. The Council seeks to recruit an Administrative Assistant Intern who will work under a County Population Officer in the Council’s field office for a period of six (6) months. METHOD OF APPLICATION Applicants who meet the above qualifications should send their applications including copies of academic and professional certificates, testimonials, a copy of identity card, detailed CV indicating work experience, three (3) names of references and daytime telephone numbers to: The Director General National Council for Population and Development P. O. Box 48994-00100 NAIROBI Application received via other means will not be accepted Applications to reach the Council on or before Friday 6th November, 2015. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

Duties and Responisbilities

Key Responsibilities:- i. compilation of statistical population records ii. receiving, sorting out, filing and dispatching letters iii. maintaining filing system iv. receiving receipts, invoices and other records and filing them accordingly v. carrying out other clerical task assigned from time to time.

Qualifications and Experience

For appointment to this grade, a candidate must:- i. Have at least a Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education mean grade C- with at least C- in English and Mathematics or its recognized equivalent qualification from the Kenya National Examination Council or any other recognized examination body ii. Have served satisfactorily in a reputable organization for a period of at least four(4)years iii. Hold a Diploma in any of the following disciplines: Human Resource Management, Business Administration, Kenya Accounts Technician Certificate (KATC), Information Communication Technology (ICT), Procurement/Supplies Management, Kenya Administration and Management Examination (KAME) or any other approved equivalent qualification from a recognized institution iv. Be in possession of a certificate in word processing, spread sheets, presentation and database and v. Have shown merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results.

2015/11/03 – 2015/12/28


ADVERT NO.005/2015:

DATA CLERKS (6 POSTS)

The National Council for Population and Development (NCPD) is a Semi-Autonomous Government Agency in the Ministry of Devolution and Planning. NCPD intends to conduct a national survey on Health Facility Assessment for Reproductive Health Commodities and Services in Kenya. The Assessment is a sample survey that seeks to establish the level of availability of reproductive health commodities and medicines in Kenya`s health facilities. The assessment will also look into the quality of family planning services. Research Assistants (RAs) will be expected to collect data from health facilities using prescribed questionnaires. Each RA will be assigned counties from where they will collect the required information. Data Clerks will be expected to key into computers the collected data using prescribed software. The Council seeks to fill the following vacant positions:

Duties and Responisbilities

•Research data management; -identify, sort, save, manage and retain research-generated data -ensure an orderly, dated and secure data repository -ensure sufficient records are kept and can be easily retrieved •data entry •generating summaries of work done •abide by applicable research ethics, policies and procedures

Qualifications and Experience

•hold degree in Statistics/Population Studies/Population Health. •must be computer literate. •between 24 and 35 years of age •must have data entry experience and demonstrate so. •those with good programming skills will have an added advantage Terms of Employment The successful candidates will be appointed on temporary basis for a period not exceeding 30 days. Successful candidates will be paid an all-inclusive daily rate of KSH. 4,000 (Four Thousand Shillings). METHOD OF APPLICATION Applicants who meet the above qualifications should send their applications including copies of academic and professional certificates, testimonials, a copy of identity card, detailed CV indicating work experience, contact of three (3) references and daytime telephone numbers to: The Director General National Council for Population and Development P. O. Box 48994-00100 NAIROBI OR upload PDF documents and send to OUR ONLINE JOB PORTAL THROUGH OUR E-RECRUITMENT SYSTEM ACCESSIBLE THROUGH URL:http:/www.ncpd-ke.org/jobs/ Application received via other means will not be accepted Applications should reach the Council on or before, 23rd September, 2015.The advert number should be indicated on the envelope and the application letter. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

2015/09/03 – 2015/9/23


ADVERT NO.004/2015

RESEARCH ASSISTANTS (RA): (44 POSTS)

The National Council for Population and Development (NCPD) is a Semi-Autonomous Government Agency in the Ministry of Devolution and Planning. NCPD intends to conduct a national survey on Health Facility Assessment for Reproductive Health Commodities and Services in Kenya. The Assessment is a sample survey that seeks to establish the level of availability of reproductive health commodities and medicines in Kenya`s health facilities. The assessment will also look into the quality of family planning services. Research Assistants (RAs) will be expected to collect data from health facilities using prescribed questionnaires. Each RA will be assigned counties from where they will collect the required information. Data Clerks will be expected to key into computers the collected data using prescribed software. The Council seeks to fill the following vacant positions:

Duties and Responisbilities

•attend the RAs training without fail •be available for the field work at the required time in the assigned counties •ensure quality and completion of data collection •compile and submit an administrative field report to their supervisors •foster team work •safe custody of research tools and materials •mastery of survey tools and application of the same •abide by applicable research ethics, policies and procedures.

Qualifications and Experience

•hold a diploma in Nursing or bachelor degree in nursing •hold a valid registration from the relevant professional body. •be between 24 and 50 years of age. •must be able to speak the local language (vernacular) of their home county. •demonstrate that he/she is a team player. Terms of Employment The successful candidates will be appointed on temporary basis for a period not exceeding 30 days. Successful candidates will be paid an all-inclusive daily rate of KSH. 4,000 (Four Thousand Shillings). METHOD OF APPLICATION Applicants who meet the above qualifications should send their applications including copies of academic and professional certificates, testimonials, a copy of identity card, detailed CV indicating work experience, contact of three (3) references and daytime telephone numbers to: The Director General National Council for Population and Development P. O. Box 48994-00100 NAIROBI OR upload PDF documents and send to OUR ONLINE JOB PORTAL THROUGH OUR E-RECRUITMENT SYSTEM ACCESSIBLE THROUGH URL:http:/www.ncpd-ke.org/jobs/ Application received via other means will not be accepted Applications should reach the Council on or before, 23rd September, 2015.The advert number should be indicated on the envelope and the application letter. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

2015/09/03 – 2015/9/23


ADVERT NO:001/2015

COMMUNICATION/JOURNALIST INTERN

The National Council for Population and Development is a Semi-Autonomous Government Agency in the Ministry of Devolution and Planning. The Council seeks to recruit a Communication/Journalist Intern to support Public Relations Office for a period of six (6) months. Applicants who meet the above qualifications should send their applications including copies of academic and professional certificates, testimonials, Curriculum Vitae, copy of identity card, Certificate of Good Conduct. You should also give names and contacts of three (3) referees who must be familiar with your previous work/academic experience to :-

Duties and Responisbilities

i) Develop feature articles for publication in the mass media. ii) Write for the web and assist in social media engagement. iii) Report on activities carried out by or with NCPD participation. iv) Conduct interviews with key experts for publication in identified magazines. v) Conduct newspaper reviews and alert on topical issues. vi) Assist in media engagement activities carried out by the Council.

Qualifications and Experience

The Communication/Journalist intern should have the following qualifications and experience:- 1. Should have graduated not less than one year at the time of application. 2. Hold at least a degree in Communication/Journalism or related field from a reputable University. 3. Must have good writing and speaking skills in English language. 4. Must have flair for writing and provide evidence of having been published 5. Retirees and those who have lost formal employment will not be eligible. Applicants who meet the above qualifications should send their applications including copies of academic and professional certificates, testimonials, Curriculum Vitae, copy of identity card, Certificate of Good Conduct. You should also give names and contacts of three (3) referees who must be familiar with your previous work/academic experience to :- The Director General National Council for Population and Development P. O. Box 48994-00100 NAIROBI Applications to reach the Council on or before 23rd September, 2015. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

2015/08/11 – 2015/9/23


NO.004/2015

RESEARCH ASSISTANT (RA): (2 POSTS) (TURKANA COUNTY)

The National Council for Population and Development is a Semi-Autonomous Government Agency in the Ministry of Devolution and Planning.The Council seeks to fill the following vacant positions: The National Council for Population and Development is carrying out a national survey on youth and adolescents in Kenya to provide solid evidence on how the growing youth population if properly harnessed can accelerate an economic growth in Kenya. The Survey will identify opportunities for investing in health, education and economic development in Keyna and the 47 counties that is necessary to accelerate the realization of this demographic dividend.

Duties and Responisbilities

•Be available for the field work at the required time •Together with the supervisors identify eligible members for FGD, In-depth interview, case study (narrative) and observation) •Collect survey data on Youth and adolescent in their respective regions or as directed by the supervisor •Ensure quality and completion of data collection •Transcribe data on collection •Submit transcribed data to NCPD for data processing and analysis •Compile and submit an administrative field report to their supervisors •Foster team work •Safe custody of research tools and materials •Mastery of study tools and application of the same •Abide by applicable research ethics, policies and procedures.

Qualifications and Experience

The research assistants should have the following qualifications and experience: •Hold at least a diploma/ degree in Sociology, Economics, Anthropology, Population or Communication •Must be fluent in Turkana local language •Must demonstrate skills required for qualitative research data collection and transcription (communication, writing, listening) •Good in research techniques •Excellent communicator •Demonstrate interpersonal strengths •Must be 25 years and above •Must be available for the entire period of the survey Terms of Employment The successful candidates will be appointed on temporary basis for a period of 20 days. They will be paid an all-inclusive daily rate of KSH. 4,000 (Four Thousand Shillings). Method of Application Applicants who meet the above qualifications should send their applications including copies of academic and professional certificates, testimonials, a copy of identity card, detailed CV indicating work experience, three (3) names of references and daytime telephone numbers to: The Director General National Council for Population and Development The Chancery Building, 4th Floor ,Valley Road P. O. Box 48994-00100 NAIROBI OR The County Population Office North Rift Region P.O Box 3374-30100 Ardhi House, 3Rd Floor, Along County Commissioner`s Office, Opposite KEMSA ELDORET. OR OUR ONLINE JOB PORTAL THROUGH OUR E-RECRUITMENT SYSTEM ACCESSIBLE THROUGH URL:http:/www.ncpd-ke.org/jobs/ Application received via other means will not be accepted Applications to reach the Council on or before, Friday,12th June, 2015. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

2015/06/05 – 2015/6/12


ADVERT NO.001/2015

POPULATION PROGRAMME OFFICER – GRADE NCPD 6

The National Council for Population and Development is a Semi-Autonomous Government Agency in the Ministry of Devolution and Planning. The Council seeks to fill the position of a programme officer. The successful candidate will be Reporting to Assistant Director of Population in the respective division and an officer at this level may also be deployed to a County Population Office.

Duties and Responisbilities

Duties and Responsibilities:- i) Assist in collecting data for population policy and programme use; ii) Assist in preparing preliminary reports for research papers; iii) Assist in collecting, receiving and analyzing programme data and assessing their impact on population issues; iv) Assist in formulating and appraisal of project proposals; v) Assist in dissemination of information to the public through publications, barazas, newsletters, mass media, shows, exhibitions, conferences; vi) Participate in carrying out population advocacy activities.

Qualifications and Experience

Requirements for Appointment:- (i) A Bachelors degree majoring in either Population Studies or Demography or its equivalent qualification from a recognized university. OR A Bachelors degree in any of the following Social Science disciplines:- Economics, Sociology, Statistics or relevant qualification from a recognized university with a postgraduate qualification in Population Studies or Demography. (ii) A masters degree in Population Studies or Demography will be an added advantage. (iii) Computer application skills; and (iv) Shown merit and competency in data collection, data processing and report writing. Applicants who meet the above qualifications should send their applications including copies of academic and professional certificates, testimonials, a copy of identity card, detailed CV indicating work experience, three (3) names of references, current position/grade, current remuneration, expected salary and daytime telephone numbers to:URL:http:/www.ncpd-ke.org/jobs/

2015/02/17 – 2015/2/20


ADVERT NO.003/2015

DATA CLERKS

The National Council for Population and Development intends to conduct a national survey on youth and adolescents in Kenya to provide solid evidence on how the growing youth population if properly harnessed can accelerate an economic growth in Kenya. The Survey will identify opportunities for investing in health, education and economic development in the 47 counties that is necessary to accelerate the realization of this demographic dividend. The objectives of the national survey on youth and adolescents in Kenya are:  To provide evidence of a potential for demographic dividend in Kenya  To identify windows of opportunities for investment in key sectors (health, education and economic) in each county crucial for the realization of a demographic dividend in Kenya  To develop Policy and Programme recommendations that will inform development of policies and design of programs necessary to harness a demographic dividend in Kenya

Duties and Responisbilities

i)Research data management; Identify, sort, save, manage and retain research-generated data -Ensure an orderly, dated and secure data repository; -Ensure sufficient records are kept and can be easily retrieved ii)Data coding iii)Generating summaries iv)Abide by applicable research ethics, policies and procedures

Qualifications and Experience

• Bachelors Degree in Social Sciences i)Experienced in qualitative data collection ii)Data interpretation of qualitative data iii)Knowledge of qualitative software; NUDIST, ATLAS, NVIVO is a mandatory requirement iv)Demonstrate interpersonal strengths

2015/02/17 – 2015/2/26


ADVERT NO.002/2015

RESEARCH ASSISTANT

The National Council for Population and Development intends to conduct a national survey on youth and adolescents in Kenya to provide solid evidence on how the growing youth population if properly harnessed can accelerate an economic growth in Kenya. The Survey will identify opportunities for investing in health, education and economic development in the 47 counties that is necessary to accelerate the realization of this demographic dividend. The objectives of the national survey on youth and adolescents in Kenya are:  To provide evidence of a potential for demographic dividend in Kenya  To identify windows of opportunities for investment in key sectors (health, education and economic) in each county crucial for the realization of a demographic dividend in Kenya  To develop Policy and Programme recommendations that will inform development of policies and design of programs necessary to harness a demographic dividend in Kenya

Duties and Responisbilities

i)Attend the RAs training without fail ii)Be available for the field work at the required time iii)Together with the supervisors identify eligible members for FGD, In-depth interview, case study (narrative) and Observation iv)Collect survey data on Youths and adolescent in their respective regions or as directed by the supervisor v)Ensure quality and completion of data collection vi)Transcribe data on collection vii)Submit transcribed data to NCPD for data processing and analysis viii)Compile and submit an administrative field report to their supervisors ix)Foster team work x)Safe custody of research tools and materials xi)Mastery of study tools and application of the same xii)Abide by applicable research ethics, policies and procedures

Qualifications and Experience

The survey will require two research assistants and in each of the 15 cluster regions which will give a total of 30 RAs plus two extra. The 47 counties will be clustered into 15 clusters to represent all the areas to be covered. They will be attached to the County Population coordinators. The research assistants should have the following qualifications and experience: i)Hold at least a degree in sociology, Economics, Anthropology, population or communication ii)Must be fluent in their local language iii)Must demonstrate skills required for qualitative research data collection and transcription (communication, writing, listening) iv)Good in research techniques v)Excellent communicator Vi)Demonstrate interpersonal strengths vii)Must be 25 years and above Viii)Must be available for the entire period of the survey

2015/02/17 – 2015/2/26


ADVERT NO.05/2014:

COMMUNICATION/JOURNALIST INTERN

The National Council for Population and Development is a Semi-Autonomous Government Agency in the Ministry of Devolution and Planning. The Council seeks to recruit a Communication/Journalist Intern to support Public Relations Office for a period of six (6) months.

Duties and Responisbilities

i)Develop feature articles for publication in the mass media ii)Write for the web and assist in social media engagement iii)Report on activities carried out by or with NCPD participation iv)Conduct interviews with key experts for publication in identified magazines v)Conduct newspaper reviews and alert on topical issues vi)Assist in media engagement activities carried out by the Council

Qualifications and Experience

1.Should have graduated not less than one year at the time of application 2.Hold at least a degree in Communication/Journalism or related field from a reputable University 3.Must have good writing and speaking skills in English language 4. Must have flair for writing and provide evidence of having been published 5.Retirees and those who have lost formal employment will not be eligible

2014/10/24 – 2014/11/21


ADVERT NO.004/2014

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER NCPD 5 (1 POST)Reporting to the Deputy Director Human Resource and Administration

METHOD OF APPLICATION Applicants who meet the above qualifications should send their applications including copies of academic and professional certificates, testimonials, a copy of identity card, detailed CV indicating work experience, three (3) names of references, current position/grade, current remuneration, expected salary and daytime telephone numbers to: The Director General National Council for Population and Development P. O. Box 48994-00100 NAIROBI OUR ONLINE JOB PORTAL THROUGH OUR E-RECRUITMENT SYSTEM ACCESSIBLE THROUGH URL:http:/www.ncpd-ke.org/jobs/ The advert number should be indicated on the envelope and the application letter.

Duties and Responisbilities

i. Oversee handling of incoming and outgoing communication — telephone calls, documents, etc. ii. Allocate office space, maintain and repair offices, and keep offices clean and maintain conducive working environment. iii. Procure insurance for motor vehicles and review the same upon expiry. iv. Co-ordinate security matters in NCPD offices, liaising with other security agents. v. Dispose all boarded stores and equipment as per Government regulations. vi. Ensure that internal/external complaints are addressed and reported quarterly and train staff on complaint handling. vii. Ensure implementation of service delivery in accordance with service delivery charter. viii. Maintenance of furniture and equipment in the council. ix. Logistics and fleet management. x. Coordinate office`s lease agreement, car parking space, electricity and water and rent quarterly payments

Qualifications and Experience

For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have:- (i) Served in the grade of Administrative Officer or in an equivalent position for at least four (4) years (ii) A Bachelors degree in Commerce (Finance Option), Business Management/Public Administration or Finance, Economics, Business or any other equivalent and relevant qualifications from a recognized institution (iii) Computer application skills ; and (iv) Shown merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results

2014/08/15 – 2014/8/22


ADVERT NO.003/2014

Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (1 POST)contract terms for 2 years renewable subject to availability of funds.

Family planning in Kenya has increased progressively since the early 1980s with the contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) reaching 46% in 2008. This has been coupled with a decline in the total fertility rate from 8.1 births per woman in 1978 to 4.6 births per woman in 2008. However, there is still an unmet need for Family Planning of 25% and a decline in use of the long acting and permanent methods with challenges such as poor and inequity in access of FP methods including social cultural barriers. During the July 2012 London summit on Family Planning, Kenya pledged to protect women’s rights to family planning by securing additional financial resources and implementing strategies to reach the poorest and hardest-to-reach segments of the population, thereby enabling more women and girls to use contraceptives by 2020. The Ministry of Health in partnership with stakeholders is therefore working towards achievement of the national family planning program and Family Planning 2020(FP2020) goals. This will require routine monitoring and evaluation of the family planning program indicators and how they impact on the other key reproductive health indicators in the country. REQUIREMENTS The officer will, • Report to the Head of Reproductive and Maternal Health Services Unit (RMHSU) at the Ministry of Health. • Stationed at the Division of Family Health. • Work with the Family Planning and M&E; teams at the unit

Duties and Responisbilities

1. Identify, improve, and recommend linkages between the public and private sector to facilitate the collection, processing and use of relevant Family Planning data to support improvements in program functioning and results. 2. Assist in strengthening the use of data to identify monitoring system weaknesses, support early recognition of program progress, and for informed decision making 3. Facilitate the introduction and use of innovative tools and approaches for data analysis and data dissemination in the country context. 4. Participate in organizing of annual consensus building workshops with government and partners that result in the issuance of annual family planning estimates for key indicators. 5. Perform data analysis and prepare materials incorporating all available Family Planning data into concise databases, spreadsheets and documents. 6. Co-ordinate with all partners working in the area of Family Planning monitoring and participate in FP2020 Country Working Group Meetings as its Secretariat on behalf of the MOH. 7. Serve as Country liaison with Track20 global staff and the FP2020 global PM&A; Working Group 8. Participate in FP and M&E; technical working group meetings. 9. Participate in other reproductive health programs that linkages with family planning program is pivotal

Qualifications and Experience

i. Holder of Masters degree in Public Health or Demography with additional training in Monitoring and Evaluation; ii. At least 5 years experience in a similar field

2014/07/07 – 2014/7/16


ADVERT NO.002/2014

SENIOR POPULATION PROGRAMME OFFICER -GRADE NCPD 5 4 POSTS

Reporting to the Assistant Director of Population Programmes Coordination and M&E; Division. The officer will be deployed to either a County Population Office or at the Council`s Head Quarter

Duties and Responisbilities

(i)responsible for collecting, receiving and analyzing programme data and assessing its impact on population issues; (ii)formulating and appraising project proposals; (iii) developing annual , quarterly work plans and plans of action; (iv)assisting in coordinating population programmes; (v)dissemination of information to the public through publications, barazas, newsletters, mass media, shows, exhibitions, conferences etc; and, (vi) participation in carrying out population and development advocacy activities.

Qualifications and Experience

(i)must have at least four(4) years experience in the grade of Population Programme Officer or equivalent position in the Public Service or in a reputable organization; (ii)must have a Bachelors degree majoring in either Population Studies or Demography or its equivalent qualification from a recognized university: OR a Bachelors degree in any the following Social Science disciplines: Statistics, Economics, Sociology or any other relevant qualification from a recognized university with a postgraduate qualification in either Demography or Population Studies; (iii) must have a masters degree in any of the following disciplines: – Population Studies or Demography, Economics or any other relevant qualification from a recognized university; (iv) should have computer application skills; and, (v) shown merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results.

2014/05/19 – 2014/5/23


ADVERT NO.001/2014:

SENIOR MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANT – GRADE NCPD 5

Reporting to the Chief Accountant. An officer at this level will be deployed to head an Accounting unit within the Division.

Duties and Responisbilities

i.verification of payment vouchers ii.assisting in the development and implementation of financial controls and procedures; reviewing out dated accounting processes and procedures; iii.providing advice on financial policies as well as ensuring application of accounting procedures in all financial transactions . iv.Supervision and overseeing training and development of staff under him/her.

Qualifications and Experience

For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have;- i.Served in the grade of a Financial /Management Accountant or in a relevant position for at least four (4) years ii.A Bachelors degree in Commerce (Finance/Accounting Option), Business Management /Public Administration of Finance, Economics, Business Administration and CPA (K). iii. Computer application skills; and iv. Shown merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results.

2014/05/19 – 2014/5/23


ADVERT NO.13/2013

RESEARCH ASSISTANTS (25 POSTS)

The National Council for Population and Development is a Semi-Autonomous Government Agency in the Ministry of Devolution and Planning. The Council seeks to recruit Research Assistants for a research to be conducted on male involvement in Family Planning(FP) and Reproductive Health(RH): Assisgnment Duration The duration of the assignment will be 40 days for data collection and 20 days for data processing for those who would have performed VERY well in their transcriptions.

Duties and Responisbilities

a. Attend the Research Assistant’s training without fail; b. Be available for the field work at the required time; c. Together with the supervisors identify eligible members for FGD, In-depth interview, case study (narrative) and observation; d. Collect survey data on male involvement in family planning and RH in their respective regions or as directed by the supervisor; e. Ensure quality in the data they collect; f. Transcribe data on male involvement in family planning and RH; g. Submit transcribed data to NCPD for data processing and analysis; h. Compile and submit an administrative field report on the male involvement in family planning and RH for their region.

Qualifications and Experience

a. Hold at least a degree/diploma certificate in Sociology, Anthropology, Population or Communication or related Social Sciences; b. Must be fluent in their local language; c. Must demonstrate skills required for qualitative research and transcription (communication, writing, listening); d. Must be 30 years and above; e. Must be available for the entire project period

2013/12/16 – 2013/12/30


ADVERT No.12/2013

DEPUTY DIRECTOR- PROGRAMME COORDINATION MONITORING AND EVALUATION GRADE NCPD 3 (1 POST

Reporting to Director Technical Services and will be in-charge of Programme Coordination Monitoring and Evaluation.

Duties and Responisbilities

(i) coordination of population Programmes/projects undertaken by various stakeholders; (ii) supervising, collecting, receiving and analyzing programme data and assessing their impact on population issues; (iii) formulating and appraising project proposals; (iv) monitoring and evaluating ongoing projects/Programmes; (v) developing the Council’s annual and quarterly work plans (vi) managing preparation of performance contracts and reports; and (vii) Coordinating international and regional Programmes and plans of action.

Qualifications and Experience

For appointment to the position of Deputy Director Programmes Coordination Monitoring and Evaluation, a candidate must have: (i) served in the grade of Assistant Director of Population or in a comparable position in a reputable organization for at least four (4) years. (ii) a masters degree majoring in Population Studies, Mass Communication, Demography or its equivalent from a recognized institution; (iii) attended a senior management course lasting not less than four (4) weeks; and’ (iv) shown merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results.

2013/11/29 – 2013/12/13


ADVERT NO.010/2013

INTERNAL AUDITOR ? GRADE NCPD 6 (1 POST)

Reporting to the Chief Internal Auditor. This is an entry level grade and the officer will be responsible for assisting with audit assignments of limited scope and complexity.

Duties and Responisbilities

(i) Assisting in undertaking specific audit assignments and preparing detailed audit observations and reports; (ii) Assisting in carrying out institutional risk evaluation and efficiency audit; (iii)Assisting in conducting financial and systems audit; (iv)Assisting in ensuring compliance with tax regulations and other statutory requirements; and, (v) Assisting in developing and updating of internal audit manual.

Qualifications and Experience

For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have:- (i) Served in the Public Service or in a reputable organization for at least one (1) year; (ii)A Bachelor of Commerce Degree (Accounting /Finance option) from a recognized university and passed CPA II. Three parts of Certified Internal Auditor Exams will be an added advantage (iii)Computer application skills; and, (iv) Shown merit and professional competency in work performance

2013/06/28 – 2013/7/12


ADVERT NO.009/2013

CHIEF ACCOUNTANT ? GRADE NCPD 4 (1 POST)

The Chief Accountant will report to the Deputy Director, Finance and Accounting and will head the accounting unit.

Duties and Responisbilities

(i) Organization and management of the Accounting unit; (ii) Coordination of all accounts duties; (iii) Preparation of financial statements for various purposes; (iv) Preparation of periodic accounting/financial reports; (v) Project financial appraisal and management; (vi) Assisting in development and implementation of financial controls and procedures; and, (vii) Reviewing and updating various processes and procedures. In addition, the officer will supervise and guide staff working under him/her.

Qualifications and Experience

For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have:- (i)Served in the grade of a Senior Management Accountant or in equivalent position in the Public Service or in a reputable organization for at least four (4) years; (ii)A Bachelors degree in Commerce (Accounting or Finance option) or its equivalent from a recognized university and passed Part III of Certified Public Accountants (CPA) Examination or its recognized equivalent. A Masters degree in Business Administration or equivalent and relevant qualifications in a financial related discipline from a recognized university will be an added advantage; (iii)Computer application skills; (iv) Shown merit and professional competence in work performance; and, (v) Membership of Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK).

2013/06/27 – 2013/7/12


ADVERT NO.008/2013

DEPUTY DIRECTOR-FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING – GRADE NCPD 3(1 POST)

Reporting to Director Corporate Services and will be in charge of the Finance and Accounting Division.

Duties and Responisbilities

i) Organization and management of the Division ii) Responsible to the Director General on matters pertaining to financial management and accounting in the Council; iii) Updating and implementing financial and accounting policies, strategies and programmes; iv) Interpreting financial policies and undertaking budgetary controls, management of accounting methods and financial returns; v)Financial management and reporting of projects and activities; and, vi)Ensuring that sound accounting principles and controls are applied to all financial transactions of the Council.

Qualifications and Experience

For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have:- i) Served as Chief Finance Officer or Chief Accountant or in a comparable position in the Public Service or in a reputable organization for at least four (4) years; ii) A Masters degree in Business Administration ( Accounting / Finance options), Economics, Finance, Commerce or its equivalent qualification in a financial related discipline from a recognized university; iii) Attended a senior management course lasting not less than four (4) weeks; iv) Membership of Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK), and, v) Shown merit and ability as reflected in work performance.

2013/06/22 – 2013/7/12


ADVERT NO.007/2013

DEPUTY DIRECTOR COMMUNICATION, AND PUBLIC EDUCATION -GRADE NCPD 3 (1 POST)

Reporting to Director Technical Services and will be in-charge of the Communication, Advocacy and Public Education Division.

Duties and Responisbilities

i)Organization and management of the Division; ii)Developing and implementing Council?s population communication, advocacy and public education program mes and activities; iii)Reviewing and updating Council?s population IEC and advocacy strategies and plans; iv)Ensuring that the public is well informed on population and development issues through electronic and print media, barazas and other public fora; and, v)Undertaking national and county level advocacy for support of population programmes and activities.

Qualifications and Experience

For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have:- i)Served in the grade of a Assistant Director of Population or an equivalent position in the public service or in a reputable organization for at least four (4) years; ii)A Masters degree majoring in Population Studies, Demography or its equivalent qualification from a recognized institution. Additional graduate/postgraduate qualification on mass communication or its equivalent will be an added advantage; iii)Computer application skills; iv)Attended a senior management course lasting not less than four (4) weeks; and, v)Shown merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results.

2013/06/22 – 2013/7/12


ADVERT NO.006/2013

DRIVER II ? GRADE NCPD 9

(i)Driving and keeping assigned vehicle clean; (ii)Detecting and reporting faults; (iii)Carrying out minor repairs, including oiling and greasing; (iv)Maintenance of a work ticket for vehicles assigned to him/her; and, (v)Ensuring safety of the vehicle, goods and passengers on and off the road.

Duties and Responisbilities

(i) Assisting in undertaking specific audit assignments and preparing detailed audit observations and reports; (ii)Assisting in carrying out institutional risk evaluation, and efficiency audit; (iii)Assisting in conducting financial and systems audit; (iv)Assisting in ensuring compliance with tax regulations and other statutory requirements; and, (v)Assisting in developing and updating of internal audit manual.

Qualifications and Experience

For appointment to this grade a candidate must have: (i)Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) mean grade D+ or its equivalent qualifications; (ii)Clean driving license free from any endorsement; (iii)Adequate knowledge of the highway code; (iv)At least four (4) years driving experience; (v)A PSV certificate; (vi)Occupational Test Grade III for drivers; and, (vii)A certificate of good conduct

2013/02/12 – 2013/3/8


ADVERT NO.005/2013

INTERNAL AUDITOR ? GRADE NCPD 6

Reports to the Chief Internal Auditor.

Duties and Responisbilities

(i) Assisting in undertaking specific audit assignments and preparing detailed audit observations and reports; (ii)Assisting in carrying out institutional risk evaluation, and efficiency audit; (iii)Assisting in conducting financial and systems audit; (iv)Assisting in ensuring compliance with tax regulations and other statutory requirements; and, (v)Assisting in developing and updating of internal audit manual.

Qualifications and Experience

(i)Four (4) years relevant experience in the Public Service or in a reputable organization. (ii)Must have a Bachelor of Commerce Degree (Accounting/Finance option)or its equivalent qualification from a recognized university/institution and passed CPA II. A three parts of Certified Internal Auditor Exams will be an added advantage; and, (iii)Must have computer application skills.

2013/06/24 – 2013/3/8


ADVERT NO.004/2013

SENIOR POPULATION PROGRAMME OFFICER -GRADE NCPD 5

The officer will be deployed to a County Population Office and report to Assistant Director of Population, Programmes Coordination and M&E; Division.

Duties and Responisbilities

(i)Responsible for collecting, receiving and analyzing programme data and assessing its impact on population issues; (ii)Formulating and appraising project proposals; (iii)Developing annual and quarterly work plans; (iv)Assisting in coordinating population programmes; (v)Developing plans of action; (vi)Assist in dissemination of information to the public through publications, barazas, newsletters, mass media, shows, exhibitions, conferences etc; and, (vii)Participate in carrying out population advocacy activities.

Qualifications and Experience

(i)Must have at least four(4) years experience in the grade of Population Programme Officer or equivalent position in the Public Service or in a reputable organization; (ii)Must have a Bachelors degree majoring in either Population Studies or Demography or its equivalent qualification from a recognized university: OR a Bachelors degree in any the following Social Science disciplines: Statistics, Economics, Sociology or any other relevant qualification from a recognized university with a postgraduate qualification in either Demography or Population Studies; (iii)A Masters degree in any of the following disciplines: – Population Studies or Demography, Economics or any other relevant qualification from a recognized university; (iv)Should have computer application skill; and, (v)Shown merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results.

2013/02/12 – 2013/3/8


ADVERT NO.003/2013

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF POPULATION ? GRADE NCPD 4

Reports to Deputy Director, Technical Services and will be deployed to the Council Headquarters in any of the three main technical divisions.

Duties and Responisbilities

(i)Undertaking research on population issues and development of research papers; (ii)Carrying out analysis of research documents prepared by stakeholders; (iii)Implementation and updating of National Population Policy; (iv)Development of policy briefs; (v)Coordination of population programmes /projects undertaken by various stakeholders and monitoring and evaluating ongoing projects /programmes; (vi)Collecting ,receiving and analyzing programme data and assessing their impact on population issues; (vii)Formulating and appraising project proposals; (viii)Developing annual and quarterly work plans ,performance contracts and reports; (ix)Coordinating international and regional programmes and developing plans of action; (x)Ensuring that the public is well informed on key policy issues on population through publications, barazas, newsletters, mass media, electronic media, shows, exhibitions, conferences etc; and, (xi)Carrying out advocacy for support on population programmes.

Qualifications and Experience

For appointment to this grade, one must have:- (i)Served in the grade of Senior Population Programme Officer or in a comparable position in a reputable organization for at least four (4) years; (ii)A Masters Degree in any of the following:- Economics, Population studies, Demography or any other relevant qualification from a recognized institution; (iii)Attended a senior management course lasting not less than four (4) weeks; (iv)Computer application skills; (v)Shown merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results.

2013/02/08 – 2013/3/8


ADVERT NO.002/2013

DIRECTOR, CORPORATE SERVICES ? GRADE NCPD 2

Reporting to the Director General

Duties and Responisbilities

(i)Providing strategic leadership on all matters pertaining to financial management in the council; (ii)Overseeing formulation and interpretation of financial policies, strategies and programmes; (iii)Coordinating resource allocations in line with the council?s policies; (iv)Prioritization of projects and activities for the purpose of financial management and reporting; (v)Overseeing of commitment of council?s resources and expenditure trends; (vi)Offering resource based planning and performance measurements; (vii)Overseeing human resource management ,administrative and procurement matters; (viii)Initiating and implementing maintenance of corporate image and appropriate customer care strategies; and, (ix)Coordination of gender issues and integrity assurance.

Qualifications and Experience

For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have: (i)Four(4) year experience in the position of Deputy Director, Finance or Deputy Director, Human Resource Management and Administration or in a comparable position in a reputable organization; (ii)Masters Degree in Business Administration (MBA), Human Resource Management or Public Administration from a recognized university; (iii)Attended a Strategic Leadership and Development course or equivalent programmes lasting not less than six (6) weeks from a recognized institution; and, (iv)Shown merit and professional competency as reflected in work performance and results.

2013/02/07 – 2013/3/8


ADVERT NO.001/2013

DIRECTOR, TECHNICAL SERVICES ? GRADE NCPD 2

Reporting to the Director General

Duties and Responisbilities

(i)Providing strategic leadership on all matters pertaining to technical issues on population in the Council; (ii) Overseeing development and implementation of the Council?s population research programme including projects proposals formulation and appraisal, research papers, programme data analysis and impact assessment; (iii) Developing/updating national population policy and preparing policy briefs; (iv)Supervising formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of national and county level strategies and plans for the national population policy; (v)Coordinating ongoing national and county level population programme activities including those undertaken by various stakeholders; (vi)Developing annual and quarterly work plans, performance contracts and reports; (vii)Coordinating international and regional population related initiatives, developing action plans and reporting progress; and, (viii)Undertaking advocacy for support of population programmes and ensuring that the public is well informed on population and development through electronic and print media, barazas and other public fora;

Qualifications and Experience

For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have:- (i)Served in the grade of Deputy Director, Technical Services or in a comparable position in the public or private sector for a minimum period of four (4) years; (ii)A Masters degree in Population Studies, Demography or its equivalent qualification from a recognized institution; (iii)Attended a Strategic Leadership and Development course or equivalent programme lasting not less than six(6) weeks from a recognized institution; (iv)Demonstrated outstanding capability in development and implementation of population policies and programmes; and, (v)Shown merit and professional competency as reflected in work performance and results

2013/02/08 – 2013/3/8

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What’s the population of Kenya?

49.7 Milion

What is population growth rate in Kenya ?

2.5% Annually.

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