Our client DFID Kenya & Somalia is part of the British High Commission.
They wish to recruit a Social Development Adviser.
The Social Development Adviser will be a member of DFID’s Kenya’s Wealth & Vulnerable Section, which leads on social protection work, but the post will work across the programme.
- Lead management inputs to the World Bank and Ministry of Gender on the Orphans and Vulnerable Children Programme.
- Provide cross-cutting social development advice to the DFID Kenya programme, prioritizing work on health, education and wealth creation.
- Keep abreast of the Government of Kenya’s (GOK’s) strategies and the results and evidence from a range of programmes and stakeholders to tackle gender inequality, poverty, social exclusion and civil society engagement in policy making. Use this understanding to shape DFID Kenya programmes.
- Contribute to the DFID-wide social development cadre and quality social development programming and policy.
Applicants should be graduates with relevant hands-on experience.
DFID is an Equal Opportunities employer.
Applications are welcomed from all parts of the community, and they actively encourage interest from women, ethnic minority groups and those with disabilities.
Selection is on merit.
Apply online only before 2nd April 2012 to: