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We are looking to grow our team with people who share our energy and
enthusiasm for environmental conservation and education.

To enhance their skills and get a chance to put into practice what they have learnt, the students undertake a three month industrial attachment at the end of the 2nd year. The course also seeks to impart research skills through a research project where students research on issues that affect the hotel industry.

 The programme emphasizes practical work, in-house training and internship among others in developing highly qualified Hotel and Restaurant professionals.

REF: RM-MO/WCK/01-2019:
A RESOURCE MOBILIZATION AND MARKETING OFFICER

Wildlife Clubs of Kenya seeks to recruit a Resource Mobilization and Marketing Officer (RM-MO).

The RM-MO will play a central role in the growth and progress of WCK.

In collaboration with the Programmes Manager and National Coordinator, the Resource Mobilization and Marketing Officer will lead the fundraising and resource mobilization function, establish strategic relationships and develop WCK’s brand and external presences.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Work closely with the National coordinator and the Programmes manager to develop, implement and monitor WCK’s resource mobilization and marketing strategies, policies and work plans.

2. Proactively seek out Donor funding opportunities for the organization.

3. Responsible for building and continuously engaging strong relationships with WCK’s donors/partners.

4. Develop and manage the WCK Partners database i.e. contacts and crucial contact information.

5. Raise awareness of WCK and its work.

6. Ensure WCK has a coherent and engaging brand identity.

7. Develop work plans , prepare income and expenditure budgets for each fundraising Initiatives.

8. Organize and participate in events with partners, potential partners, organization, policymakers, media etc., to ensure that WCK is adequately represented at relevant external fundraising forums.

9. Provide input into donor reports, compliance and support monitoring and evaluation processes.

10. Assist in the development- production of marketing information and materials.

11. Produce communication materials in support of fundraising such as brochures, appeals, news and concept letters and other relevant reports.

12. Raise WCK’s profile by generating media visibility.

13. Work closely with various departmental heads to identify priority themes and develop advocacy messages, and other communication and marketing materials for dissemination.

14. Performing any other duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.


QUALIFICATIONS:

1. An undergraduate degree in Business Communication, Marketing, Public Relations or a related field from a recognized university OR a Higher/Advanced Diploma in either relevant field with a combination of more than 3 years relevant working experience.

2. A minimum of 3 years’ relevant experience in building partnership between NGOs, corporates and or private foundations.

3. 3 years proven track record of successful fundraising from major donors, corporate and private foundations and developing strategic partnerships.

4. Demonstrated experience in proposal development, grant writing and reporting for NGO, local or international private funding development organizations.

5. Exemplary written and verbal communication skills, able to communicate complex issues with clarity and structure, and to deliver documents to the highest levels of professionalism.

6. Good interpersonal skills.

7. Proficient in Microsoft office suites- Word, power point presentation and Excel.

8. Very strong networking skills.

9. Ability to work independently and in a team as well as with a range of stakeholders, from industry, civil society, governments and international organizations.

10. A strong understanding and passion for issues and dynamics affecting the environment, conservation and sustainability issues in Kenya.


How to apply

If you believe you are the right candidate for this position, kindly submit your detailed CV indicating your salary expectations to:

The National Coordinator Wildlife Clubs of Kenya

P.O. Box 20184-00200, Nairobi, Kenya

Email: hr@wildlifeclubsofkenya.org

Applications must be received on or before 25th January 2019.

LECTURERS’ POSITIONS
Centre for Tourism Training & Research (Wildlife Clubs of Kenya College) wishes to recruit lecturers in the following areas of specialization.

1. Catering and Accommodation Operations Management
2. Travel and Tour Guiding Reporting to the Principal, the lecturers will undertake teaching, learning, programme development, administration and other duties assigned to them.

Specific responsibilities will include:
Ensuring effective student learning.

Ensuring quality evaluation and enhancement in student learning, teaching, research work, delivery and management of courses and programmes.

Coordinating practical training

Offering guidance and support to students.

Qualifications and Experience
A bachelor’s degree or Higher National diploma in their areas of discipline

Must have 3+ years of teaching knowledge and experience in examining KNEC diploma OR certificate courses

Should have outstanding presentation, teaching, interviewing, problem analysis and listening skill.

Strong computer skills, including high level of proficiency in MS Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.

Possession of pedagogical training will be an added advantage

How to apply
Applications detailing salary expectations should be accompanied with;

Curriculum Vitae, copies of relevant academic and professional certificates, copy of national Identity Card or Passport, testimonials and other relevant supporting documents.

Both hard and soft copies applications, clearly marked “Job Title”, must be submitted to:

The Principal
Centre for Tourism Training & Research (Wildlife Clubs of Kenya College)
P.O. Box 20184 - 00200
Nairobi
Email: HR@wildlifeclubsofkenya.org Cc: cttr@wildlifeclubsofkenya.org
Applications will be considered until close of business on 14 th September 2018.
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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