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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Kenya Investment Authority Engineer Jobs in Kenya

Kenya Investment Authority (KenInvest) is a statutory body charged with the mandate
of promoting and facilitating investments in Kenya for both domestic and foreign investors.

The facilitation of investments are in all sectors, but with particular focus on flagship sectors identified under Vision 2030.

KenInvest has received technical assistance from the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) and in close collaboration with the Ministry of Industrialization, are implementing the Sub-contracting Partnership Exchange (SPX) program.

SPX is a UNIDO technical cooperation programme that links domestic enterprises in developing countries to the supply chains of large domestic as well as Multi-National companies.

The aim of UNIDO SPX programme is to develop the capacities of local small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to meet buyer needs and identify profitable business/investment opportunities and/or joint ventures.

The SPX approach builds on global best practice and consists of three phases.

i. Benchmarking
ii. Matchmaking
iii. Capacity building for supplier development.

The program is seeking to employ the services of twoProduction/Manufacturing engineers, namely the SPX Benchmarking and the Profiling Specialists.

The successful candidates will be awarded one year contracts that are renewable subject to demonstrated and satisfactory performance.

Interested candidates should download the full descriptions of the two positions from KenInvest website, www.investmentkenya.com and deliver their CVs with a cover application indicating their current status to:

The Managing Director,
Kenya Investment Authority
Kenya Railways Hqs. Workshops Rd. Off Haile Selassie Ave. Block D,4th Floor
P.O. Box 55704-00200, City Square
Nairobi

Or send via email to info@investmentkenya.com,
latest by Friday 23rd March , 2012.
KenInvest is an equal opportunity employer. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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