Cash & Learning Partnership Programme Manager - Kenya

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Company:NRC - Norwegian Refugee Council
Job Type:Permanent
Salary:Ksh. Not Mentioned

Job details

Job description

We are looking for a Programme Manager to be part of the CaLP East Africa team. The Programme Manager will play a key role in driving forward CaLP’s annual plans in the region. The role will focus on delivering existing commitments, maintaining effective engagement with a wide range of actors including CaLP members and the wider community of practice, and exploring opportunities for further engagement.

The Programme Manager will be repsonsible for:

• Regular liaison with Cash Working Group leads.
• Plan and deliver learning events.
• Prepare a synthesis report akin to others generated by the CaLP East Africa team.
• Support the Capacity Building Lead to plan CaLP training courses (with potential to co-facilitate courses if appropriate).
• Prepare regular East Africa information bulletins.
• Lead the delivery of existing commitments related to gender and CTP including completion of learning papers (in progress), briefing sheets, and learning events.
• Lead the further development of CaLP’s work on gender and cash programming.
• Respond to new opportunities that emerge for CaLP to advance its mission, in line with capacities, annual plan and strategy.
• Lead the development of new funding applications to support CaLP’s work in the region.
• Ensure that CaLP complies with the procedures & processes of its host agencies.
• Manage the Regional Capacity Building Lead (note, the post is currently vacant and will be advertised soon) and Regional Administration and Communications Officer.
• Represent CaLP with members, donors, CTP actors more broadly and other external stakeholders as relevant.


• Minimum first level university degree/bachelors degree in relevant field
• Programme and grant management experience.
• Understanding of Cash Transfer Programming in humanitarian contexts.
• Experience in some or all of CaLP’s strategic areas: capacity building, knowledge management & research, coordination (of cash programming) and policy.
• Knowledge of the international humanitarian system and understanding of some of the key debates related to cash transfers programming.
• Fluency in English, both written and verbal

• Strong coordination experience
• Written and verbal communication skills in French.
• Experience of working in a network environment.
• Understanding of gender programming.
• Skills and experience of facilitating training and/or events.

Personal qualities

• Strong communication/donor relation experience
• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to build relationships.
• Ability to manage resources to optimize results
• Ability to manage performance and development
• Ability to mpower and build trust

We offer

**This position is open only to Kenyan nationals, or candidates with the existing right to work in Kenya**

• Duty Station: Nairobi, Kenya
• Contract Duration: 6 months, with possibility of extension
• Salary & Benefits: NRC offers a competitive compensation package
• NRC may be required to verify the identity of its partners and check that its partners have not been involved in illegal activity. NRC reserves the right to use electronic screening tools for this purpose.
• Due to the nature of this role, candidates must be available to start the position as soon as possible. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

**Females are highly encourage to apply**

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