World Vision International

Job Opportunities in Kenya

World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.

World Vision began its operations in Kenya in 1974 and currently provides hope and assistance to children and communities in 35 of the 47 counties in Kenya. Motived by God’s love, we serve alongside the poor and oppressed focusing on those who are most vulnerable, regardless of a person’s religion, race, ethnicity or gender. We are committed to the well-being of children.

Current Opportunities

People & Culture Manager

People & Culture Manager

Purpose of the position:

To provide strategic, technical and administrative support, Business Partnering, supervision and guidance to the human resource function (People & Culture) by ensuring that HR operations & systems are effectively reviewed, implemented & monitored in line with WV International policies and standards.

Major Responsibilities:

  1. Talent sourcing and workforce planning

  2. Management and capacity building of the P&C team

  3. Staff learning and capacity development

  4. Compliance & risk mitigation

  5. P&C policies, processes and reporting

  6. Employee Relations

  7. Management of the International Assignee processes

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

  • Educational level: Bachelor s Degree in Human Resource Management, Business Management or the equivalent

  • Experience: A minimum of 5 years’ experience in Human resources management preferably in a large International organization.

  • Experience in capacity training and development

  • Should demonstrate good knowledge in recruitment and international staffing processes.

  • Strategic thinking and understanding of humanitarian operations is essential

  • Must have a proven track record of integrity and honesty and the ability to apply HR principles in a fair and consistent manner.

  • HR experience in a fragile context is an added advantage

  • Proven conceptual & analytical skills.

  • Knowledge in targeted Selection skills & ability to screen candidates without prejudice

  • Superior knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Working Environment

  • Work environment: Office-based with 30% travel to countries in the region with active conflict.

  • On call: This is a senior role so the position holder remain on call for emergencies and urgent matters.

Project Officer - Youth and Disability Inclusion

Position: Project Officer – Youth and Disability Inclusion

Reporting to: Area Program Manager

Grade Level: 12

Work Location: Nairobi

Please indicate in your cover letter the nature of disability and the kind of support you may require during the interview process.

Purpose of Position

To ensure successful implementation and monitoring of the Youth and Disability Inclusion Project that is aimed at improving livelihood opportunities for vulnerable youth living with disabilities.

Major Responsibilities

Project implementation 40%

  • Facilitate the mobilisation, identification and pre-screening of vulnerable youth living with disabilities for employability training and coaching program.

  • Support trainings on mentoring and coaching in soft skills, financial literacy and other relevant skills in order to equip and motivate the youths in the uptake of available relevant employment opportunities.

  • Ensure timely and effective implementation of all project interventions as well as the successful achievement of proposed outcomes and intended impacts.

  • Coordinate the disability accessibility assessment and support readiness and inclusion for hotels and staff in the project.

  • Establish operational priorities and monitor monthly project performance against targets

  • Ensure that project interventions are integrated with other projects within the Area Program.

  • Facilitate identification of partners, processes and systems for employment linkages for the program graduates

  • Follow up with hotels institution to discuss any issues with training students with disability

  • Facilitate pastoral support as necessary, and monitor students during the project period.

Quality Assurance - Monitoring, Reporting and Documentation, 35%

  • Participate in the development of the project design and ensure compliance with WVK and donor guidelines and standards.

  • Ensure individual assessment reports are conducted for each learner and safeguarded for only use by the hotel in improving the working environment youth with disability.

  • Ensure that project initiatives meet or exceed planned outcomes and are implemented in full compliance with WVK, the donor and other relevant partnership and international standards and guidelines;

  • Ensure consistent monitoring of students throughout their education and post training period to ensure maximum return on investment.

  • Ensure timely and appropriate utilization of the budgeted project resources.

  • Ensure proper application of business processes, standards and guidelines related to the project in accordance with the donor requirements.

  • Ensure that the project achieves acceptable financial and operational audit results by implementing activities in accordance with established norm and policies.

  • Ensure that, in general, project monitoring arrangements comply with the project agreement and, in particular, the provisions of this agreement are fully observed in the design of project M&E.

  • Ensure quality monthly, quarterly, semi annual and annual reports are compiled and submitted in a timely manner in line with the donor requirements.

  • Report basic programmatic information periodically to WVK and donor

Advocacy, Engagement, Networks & Partnerships, 20%

  • Ensure adequate representation with the donor, government of Kenya officials, private sector, civil society groups, including educational institutions, People with Disability Organization (DPO), Private Sector, faith-based groups and youth associations.

  • Ensure close working collaboration with key Government line ministries and other like-minded partners.

  • Develop timely and accurate similar funding proposal in line with donor requirements and WVK standards in collaboration with sector specialists.

  • Effectively advocate for the project to ensure visibility and timely implementation of interventions

Explore linkages for the youth project for employment and economic empowerment

Any Other duty 5%

Minimum education, training and experience requirements to qualify for the position:

  • Must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Special needs Education, Development Studies, Social Work, Psychology or a closely related field from a recognized University.

  • Must have a minimum of two years relevant experience with regards to designing, planning, implementation and reporting on disability programming, integrated development, relief and/or advocacy.

  • Experience in youth livelihoods development programming with focus on Gender, Disability and social inclusion.

  • Have practical skills in research, monitoring and evaluation, training and report writing

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Experience in Advocacy, Community Development with strong partnership with GoK ministries and other relevant stakeholders like private companies and corporate bodies

Passionate about youth empowerment and disability initiatives

Project Coordinator - YEP

Job Title: Project Coordinator –Youth Empowerment Project

Reporting to: Project Manager

Work Location: Kisumu

Purpose of the position:

To provide technical support in the planning, implementation and reporting of all the Lake Region DDP Youth Empowerment Project activities initiatives by World Vision Kenya and Standards; and to provide support to the project sub-grantees and beneficiaries as guided by project work plan, targets and needs that may emerge from time to time.


Major Responsibilities

Project Implementation and Technical support, 60%

  • Contribute to the development and roll out the Project’s detailed implementation plan and ensure project effectiveness and efficiency

  • Ensure timely and effective partner mobilization for meaningful involvement in the implementation of project activities

  • Provide technical support to partners in undertaking reviews of relevant public policies and legislative frameworks at the National level and for the targeted counties

  • Provide technical support to partners in engagement in the annual government’s budget process. This includes conducting annual relevant budget analysis and utilizing the findings and recommendations to inform decision making on public resource allocation and management

  • Provide technical support to partners in undertaking context based Social Accountability initiatives

  • Provide technical assistance to County level relevant Sector Working groups and technical working groups; and relevant County Assembly Committees as may be appropriate from time to time

  • Establish and maintain a database of Governance actors (e.g. community groups, Civil Society Organizations, Faith Based Organizations, the Private Sector, Government Departments, Agencies and Institutions)

Monitoring, Documentation and Knowledge Management, 35%

  • Provide technical contribution in developing and reviewing of project monitoring plans or data collection plans

  • Conduct routine monitoring of indicator progress, as guided by the project M&E plan. This includes ensuring that data collection is conducted in accordance with the monitoring plan and standards in line with the Project M&E plan, and helping to compile/validate that data

  • Contribute to the process of cleaning, organising and archiving relevant project data and evidence according to the monitoring system guidelines; and store data in a safe, secure and accessible location

  • Develop quality technical reports such as weekly briefs, monthly reports, in-line with WV and donor reporting guidelines

  • Facilitate regular learning and reflections session and help implement improvements as may be appropriate

  • Document best practices, human interest stories and refine case studies for publication

Others 5%

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience

  • A Bachelor’s degree in either Development Studies, Political Sciences, Social Sciences, Economics, or other related field

  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in working with youth and partners in Social, Economic and political related affairs

  • Minimum of 2 years of engagement in public decision making processes, such as policy and law making, budget process and social accountability initiatives

  • Minimum of 2 years of working with consortia and engaging with youth led organizations

  • Experience in Advocacy, External engagements, influencing and Lobbying

  • Experience in project design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation

  • Excellent Communication skills (both oral and written).

  • Ability to maintain performance expectations in diverse cultural contexts, psychologically stressful environments and physical hardship conditions with limited resources.

  • Must be willing to perform other duties as required

Senior Technical Advisor, Interfaith and Peace Building

*Preferred position location: Nairobi, Kenya. Other locations to be determined by home country of succcessful candidate within the East Africa Region where WVI is registered to operate.


The position will provide leadership in peace building and interfaith programming across the region to contribute to child wellbeing and build World Vision as a lead in peace and conflict sensitive programming with interfaith engagement and integration into programs.

It will define the technical guidance, standards for technical approaches and programs to enhance ministry performance aligned to global industry practice on peace and conflict sensitivity. The aim is also to work with regional, Support Offices (SOs) and National Offices (NOs) resource development teams to mobilize adequate resources to effectively scale up community based peace building efforts and strategic engagement with multi faith groups in the region.

The role is responsible for external engagement and strategic partnerships for advocacy, policy influence and resource development in peace building and interfaith engagement are critical. It will also coordinate thought leadership, evidence and learning on peace building and interfaith work to enhance child wellbeing.


Strategic Leadership:

  • Develop an integrated Peace Building and Interfaith strategic guidance in line with global peace building and interfaith strategies and policies.

  • Ensure regional technical guidance and National Offices technical programs and approaches focus on child well-being.

  • Coordinate implementation of the technical guidance and conduct regular performance review of the targets set as part of the regional strategy score card.

  • Provide oversight to major Peace Building and Interfaith initiatives in the region and ensure compliance with WVI peace building and interfaith standards, protocols and policy.

  • Engage and support in regional strategy development, execution and measurement processes.

  • Provide leadership in mainstreaming, integrating and scaling up promising practices in Peace Building and Interfaith programs.

  • Coordinate the contribution of the Peace Building and Interfaith work in Integrated Learning Site and knowledge management initiatives in the region.

  • Ensure that support to NOs is included in the Organization Capacity Plans (OCPs) and aligned to PST mechanisms for greater impact.

Technical Support:

  • Provide technical support in the development, adaptation and scaling up of specific project models and approaches that contribute to specific child well-being outcomes.

  • Support evidence based policy analysis and advocacy with respect to policies with a bearing on child wellbeing outcomes.

  • Provide leadership in mainstreaming and scaling up evidenced based best practices in peace building and interfaith.

  • Provide technical support to major initiatives and projects in the region.

  • Coordinate well planned integrated approaches to building skills and expertise in NOs.

Resource Development:

  • Explore potential funding sources for Peace Building and Interfaith programming to support National Offices and work with the appropriate staff on these opportunities.

  • Collaborate with the East Africa Region (EAR) Resource Development Unit (RDU), NOs and SO to support resource development for Peace Building and Interfaith programming.

  • Monitor the peacebuilding and interfaith donor competitive landscape, provide support and guidance to NOs in development of peace building and interfaith capacity statements aligned to Technical Approaches (TAs) and Technical Programs (TPs) to be utilized during prepositioning meetings with donors.

  • Ensure that regional technical guidance and business plan includes resource development strategies.

  • Ensure the inclusion of a resource development target in key Peace Building and Interfaith specialists JDs.

  • Provide technical assistance for Peace Building and Interfaith work in the region, working to ensure that National Offices have adequate public and private funding to scale up high quality programming.

  • Work with Support Office and NO peacebuilding and interfaith teams, and other regional ministry and functions to ensure that large scale grants and other specially funded initiatives are implemented well, in alignment with WV models, and that they achieve best practice standards of programming as well as financial accountability.

  • Provide support in the development of multi-country proposals in Peace Building and Interfaith.

External Engagement:

  • Coordinate engagement and frontline work for the Interfaith sector within the Nairobi regional hub framework.

  • Establish or strengthen linkages and networks with leading institutions, donors, governments and other organizations to establish formal or informal partnerships.

  • Support regional and national leadership in articulating policy positions and enhancing the visibility of WV in their respective countries and within the Region.

  • Represent WV in global, regional and national peace building and interfaith events, conferences, for a, seminars and technical working groups.

Evidence and Learning:

  • Coordinate the documentation and publication of promising practices.

  • Define and regularly update research priorities on Peace Building and Interfaith.

  • Engage research institutions and universities in mission critical/operational research to solve key problems/issues that affect child well being.

  • Conduct operations research studies and pilots, documentation and ensure dissemination lessons learned to members of the CoP, regional and international forums.

  • Facilitate cross learning between NOs, learning from Support Offices (SO), other regions and peer organizations.

  • Promote adoption and scale up of promising practices, project models and innovations.

  • Organize annual forum as a learning and innovation event.

Collaboration and cross functional work:

  • Participate in the global Peace Building and CC/interfaith communities of practice and major Peace Building and Interfaith initiatives in the region.

  • Strengthen the existing communities of practice (CoPs) in EAR through the establishment and running of the regional chapters on Peace Building and Interfaith.

  • Mobilize technical expertise across the region through GTRN, ensuring effective knowledge management, learning and continuous improvement of programming in the region.

  • Collaborate with regional HEA to conduct and analyse conflict monitoring in the region and make recommendations for action.

  • Participate in RDMT and support NO technical teams’ participation in NDMTs and coordination of MSTC.

  • Collaborate with other units to leverage the impact of Peace Building and Interfaith work in national offices.

  • Contribute to the Integrated Learning site concept by working with other technical units and IP&S.

Other Responsibilities:

  • Carry out any other additional responsibilities as required.


  • Master’s Degree in either Peace Studies, Theology, Biblical studies, Missions or related field.

  • 10 years of experience in peace building and interfaith relations programming in developing countries.

  • In depth knowledge of peace building issues that affect the East Africa region.

  • Excellent communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills, particularly in a cross-cultural environment.

  • Strong planning and organizational skills and ability to prioritize multiple activities.

  • Ability to influence internal and external stakeholders and represent WV, particularly with donors and partners.

  • Experience managing field-level programs.

  • Experience leading and managing a professional technical team.

  • Significant bi-lateral, multi-lateral donor grant experience with program design, implementation, funding acquisition and reporting.

  • Proficient in English language.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Strategy development.

  • Theory of change and logical framework development.

  • Advocacy and campaigns.

  • Coaching and mentoring.

  • Experience in East Africa, programming in fragile contexts.

  • Professional experience in training/capacity building.

  • Research and evaluation experience.

  • Multi-sectoral/integrated program design and implementation.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 30% of the time.

Senior Director, External Engagement

*Position location to be determined by home country of successful candidate in a jurisdiction (US state or country) where WVI is registered to operate.


The Senior Director, External Engagement provides overall leadership, coordination and alignment of global level external engagement, seeking to achieve influence, support income and ultimately to impact external targets in support of WV objectives for children as articulated in Our Promise. The Senior Director will develop and deliver annual plans that maximize the external engagement of Senior leaders, sector and thematic experts, policy advisors and children. The Senior Leader leads and facilitates the External Engagement (EE) Advisory Group for aligned and impactful external engagement across the Global Centre, including through analysis and prioritization of external stakeholders and partnerships, and through regular reporting, innovation and excellence. The Senior Director leads the alignment of EE in WV Global Capitals, leads a team of EE advisors (including in the Global Capitals) and ensures that WV voices are addressing the most important and impactful stakeholders, forums and processes in support of the rights and well being of children, especially the most vulnerable. The Senior Leader will support strong external engagement across all entities of the Partnership, including support to Regional Advocacy Directors in their EE planning. S/he will support Senior WV leaders, including the President, in their participation in major multilateral events and dialogue with external bodies.


Develop and deliver a global External Engagement agenda focused on the rights of children and the achievement of priority Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) External Engagement agenda provides the best opportunities for WV to advance its external objectives and positively impact the lives of most vulnerable children.

Examples include:

  • Work with Global Capital leads to represent or position WV within the UN, diplomatic, and NGO communities.

  • Coordinate and facilitate external relationships that enable WV to articulate its concerns to NGO, UN, Governmental, and other multilateral bodies.

  • Strategic briefings to inform organizations of WV's work and policy positioning.

  • Direct meetings with key individuals and active participation in meetings of multilateral bodies.

  • Support, coordinate and facilitate representation at agreed global events on behalf of the wider A&EE.

  • Translate in-depth policy work in A&EE priority thematic areas into messaging for use in external relationships.

  • Maintain good relations and work effectively with other members of the GC, SOs and GFO teams to ensure that World Vision presents a professional and efficient point of contact to global institutions.

  • Including maintaining awareness of the activities of other members of the team to enable mutual support during times of high pressure activity.

  • Management of the EE team, including across Global Capitals in New York, Geneva and Brussels. Support regional capitals in other locations (Africa, Asia and LAC).

  • Aligned, well functioning team supporting overall EE objectives of the A&EE team and Global Centre.

  • Develop team culture in line with agreed A&EE behaviours and mindsets.

  • Contribute to the overall leadership of the A&EE team.

  • Set and monitor the team’s annual workplans and the individual workplans of the team.

  • Manage budget.

  • Represent World Vision, and/or support representation of World Vision leaders at priority external forums, events, networks and other processes to promote agreed policy positions.

  • Strong and effective World Vision representation at priority global forums and processes, through:

  • Consistent use of strategic planning processes and tools. This includes working with Global Communications to develop communications plans for all priority engagements, and working with the President’s communications team when he is participating.

  • Support for participation in international meetings, and provision of direction re: networking with multilateral leaders. Briefing key World Vision leaders before key events and debriefing afterwards.

  • Act as the organisational representative, the representative of the President, or the representative of the Advocacy & External Engagement Partnership Leader at external forums.

  • Advise WV leadership on industry thinking and new developments.

  • Provide overall leadership to EE Advisory Group.

  • Aligned, coherent and bold World Vision EE across the Global Centre, directed at the most important and prioritized external stakeholders, leading to influence, income and impact for children.

  • Provide guidance for the development of strategic global partnerships.

  • WV’s highest priority global partnerships are performing and delivering at their optimal level and, thereby, making substantive contributions to WV’s impact.


  • Masters degree in International Affairs, Public Policy, International Development, Human Rights, Law or other relevant field.

  • Minimum 7 year leadership experience working in child rights focused External Engagement in CSO context and/or government or multilateral context.

  • Expert level understanding of child rights policy debates and dialogues, including regarding the Sustainable Development Goals, ODA, and the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

  • Significant field experience and/or understanding in international development or humanitarian contexts.

  • English language fluency.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

  • Excellent communications skills, verbally and written.

  • Excellent trends and political analysis skills.

  • Excellent team leadership and management skills.

  • Strong understanding of World Vision Partnership and Our Promise.

  • Strong understanding of global trends, debates and agendas related to development and humanitarian issues.

Work Environment/Travel:

  • The position requires ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally up to 30% of the time.

Grants Resource Mgmt - EU/ECHO Specialist (German Speaking)


To generate grant income for WV Germany and partnering World Vision offices in East Africa, to monitor the donor funding environment, engage donors at operational and strategic level, lead and/or support the proposal development process, support in case of project management issues of Germany funded projects and build operational and strategic capacity in grant acquisition and management.


Monitor Donor Funding Environment:

  • Identify donor priorities for region & countries.

  • Track funding opportunities & calls for proposals.

  • Identify key donor trends.

Strategic Engagement and Communication with both internal and external Stakeholders at operational and strategic level:

  • Develop clear understanding of donor expectations regarding proposal submission & project implementation.

  • Lead/support problem resolution processes.

  • Participate in relevant donor meetings & fora.

  • Effective collaboration and communication with both relevant East Africa Region (EAR) units, Support Offices (SOs), and EURep on resource acquisition and management.

Develop and implement a Strategy for effective Donor Relationship Building (pre-positioning):

  • Identify key relationships to strengthen NO positioning and elevate WV’s profile with relevant donors.

  • Work with and through Nationla Offices (NOs) and in collaboration with SOs to maintain strong donor relationships at regional and country level, developing engagement strategies for each donor or a group of donors.

  • In conjunction with relevant communications teams, develop key marketing material about WV to position WV vis-à-vis relevant donors.

  • Build relationships and credibility with relevant donors at the national & regional level, using previous success and documented best practices in grant management.

Lead Proposal Development Process (Pre-proposal, Proposal development, Post-submission):

  • Communicate funding opportunities & other relevant information to field offices and other WV partners in simplified manner.

  • Participate in go/no-go decisions.

  • Work with relevant NO/RO teams on project design.

  • Ensure adequate resources (human & financial) are available for quality proposal development.

  • Ensure timely and appropriate communication and coordination of stakeholders throughout the proposal development process.

  • High quality support to proposal writing.

  • Oversee timely submission of high-quality proposals.

  • Ensure adequate post-submission follow-up.

  • Support Project Design Workshops Support Project Development through Coordination and Proposal writing.

Build Capacity of Nationla Offices (NOs) to enhance Grant Acquisition & Management (GAM):

  • Help identify NO/RO capacity gaps.

  • Support development & implementation of NO capacity-building plans.

  • Identify or develop capacity-building resources & activities.

  • Establish on-going coaching relationship with key personnel.

Grow Grant Income and strengthen GAM Processes:

  • Support NOs in meeting GAM targets.

  • Support NOs in tracking GAM metrics.

Support Grant Management for Germany funded Projects and appropriate Systems for sustaining GAM:

  • Support NO pipeline development & management.

  • Support NO planning & budgeting.

  • Ensure NO GAM compliance systems & capacity.

  • Support development & use of tools & procedures to mitigate risk.

  • Support NOs in startup workshops for awarded grants.

  • Support the development & presentation of grants management information to support strategic and operational management decisions.

  • Support donor report development & submission.

  • Identify & communicate key grants management issues that require resolution at higher level.

  • Lead/participate in knowledge transfer/knowledge sharing processes among NOs/RO/SOs.


  • Bachelor’s degree.

  • Ability to motivate multi-stakeholder teams and inspire teamwork.

  • Ability to manage donor expectations.

  • Strong budgetary and financial management skills.

  • Strong written and spoken communication in English.

  • Strong interpersonal, negotiation and representational skills.

  • Knowledge of German language.

  • Ability to travel frequently.

  • Cross cultural sensitivity.

  • 3-5 years relevant experience, specifically in writing winning proposals.

  • Significant experience in project management and grant compliance procedures.


  • Master's Degree

  • Knowledge of German language.


*We have consolidated World Vision's Emergency Response Roster. If you have previously applied your information has been retained and is in our database; do not reapply.

*Answer all questions on the application to be considered for the Emergency Response Roster; country location to be determined based on response.

*If you do not meet minimum eligibility requirements, we invite you to support and help through prayer and donations.

World Vision’s Emergency Response Roster is comprised of highly experienced and vetted humanitarian aid professionals available for short term, medium term, and long term emergency response assignments with World Vision. This roster allows World Vision to more rapidly identify and hire for key positions in its humanitarian response offices.

If selected, eligible applicants will first be fully vetted and then approved for the Emergency Response Roster. As vacancies arise in our humanitarian offices, roster members will be considered for employment opportunities.

If you have the required experience and would like to work with us helping protect lives, restore dignity, and renew hope, we’d love to hear from you.

Minimum Eligibility Requirements for all Emergency Response Roster Positions:

  • 5+ years of cross cultural humanitarian emergency experience outside of your home country.

  • Minimum 2 years experience serving successfully in fragile or unstable environments.

  • Experience directly managing staff during humanitarian emergency responses.

  • Ability to work long hours in stressful environments with a variety of skilled professionals.

  • Demonstrated management of budgets in emergency response settings.

  • Willing to serve unaccompanied; most likely in a team house setting.

  • English proficiency; written and verbal.

  • Grant Acquisition Management experience in your personalized expertise.

  • Strong track record in developing good working relationships with governmental institutions and multilateral agencies.

Below are the World Vision Emergency Response Roster positions that are currently open and accepting applications. If a position matching your background and interests is not listed, we encourage you to check back often as a more appropriate roster position may be listed and accepting applications at that time.

When submitting your application to World Vision’s Emergency Response Roster, please indicate in your cover letter / application which roster position you would like to be considered for.

Director positions currently accepting applications (must have 5-7+ years’ in response leadership role):

  • Response Director

  • Operations Director

  • Programmes Strategy & Development Director

Manager/Specialist positions currently accepting applications (must have 5+ years’ related experience):

  • Communication and External Engagement Manager

  • Human Resources Manager

  • Support Services Manager

  • Finance Manager

  • Information Management Manager

  • Monitoring, Evaluation, Humanitarian Accountability & Learning (MEAL) Manager

  • Grant Acquisition and Management Manager

  • Cash Programming Manager/Specialist

  • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Manager/Specialist

  • Health Manager/Specialist

  • Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Manager/Specialist

  • Nutrition Manager/Specialist

  • Education in Emergencies Manager/Specialist

  • Livelihoods Manager/Specialist

  • Protection Manager/Specialist

  • Child Protection ManManager/Specialist