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The Basel Institute on Governance is an independent not-for-profit competence centre working around the world with the public and private sectors to counter corruption and other financial crimes and to improve the quality of governance.
Financial management (Kenya programme)
- Design, monitor, and manage the programme budget;
- Lead on financial forecasting and reporting;
- Conduct the local accounting for all financial transactions conducted through the Kenya office in support of the programme;
- Prepare and submit the local office’s quarterly financial reports to HQ according to the Basel Institute’s policies and procedures and donor regulations;
- Ensure sufficient supporting documentation is obtained and transmitted for all financial transactions, in line with Basel Institute’s policies and procedures and donor regulations;
- Support ICAR in the preparation of programme audits and reviews;
Administration and operations support (Kenya programme)
- Administer and manage the local office (space and premises), including all associated office and programme delivery infrastructure;
- Book venues for workshops and similar programme-related events;
- Procure and administer local service suppliers in line with the Basel Institute’s procurement policy;
- In coordination with the in-country technical advisory team, coordinate deployments by short-term experts (including assistance with accommodation, transport, etc.);
- Manage ICAR’s vehicle fleet and office drivers in accordance with the Basel Institute’s policies and procedures.
Technical management (Kenya programme)
- Support the in-country technical advisory team to draft programme reports, including quarterly and/or annual update reports;
- Support the in-country technical advisory team to monitor progress against the programme’s goals through M&E tools etc., in close coordination with the HQ-based M&E Lead;
- Support the HQ-based Programme Officer to manage programme risks by maintaining risk registers and working with technical advisory teams to implement mitigating measures;
- Support the in-country technical advisory team with stakeholder management, including Government of Kenya, development partners, and Kenyan civil society organisations.
Support for ICAR’s regional programmes
- Support ICAR experts and Programme Officers in the development of funding proposals;
- Provide logistical and procurement support to the delivery of specific programme activities as may be required;
- Contribute to identification and mitigation of key risks associated with the delivery of donor contracts and grants;
- Support the financial administration and financial reporting of ICAR programmes;
- Ensure the efficient and cost-effective use of financial resources and that local procurement decisions are made in line with Basel Institute’s policies and procedures and donor regulations;
- Support technical advisory teams to draft programme reports, including quarterly and/or annual update reports;
- Support the in-country technical advisory teams to monitor progress against programmes’ goals through M&E tools etc., in close coordination with the HQ-based M&E Lead.
- A Bachelor-level degree (Master’s degree an advantage);
- Six years of progressively responsible programme management experience;
- Prior experience working on donor-funded international development programmes required, preferably in governance and/or anti-corruption programming;
- Demonstrable experience managing budgets, finances, and forecasting;
- Excellent written and oral communication skills in English, including the ability to produce cogently and succinctly written progress reports, edit the work of experts, and represent the programme adequately to a variety of stakeholders;
- Basic knowledge of M&E processes and tools;
- Ability to build effective and credible client relationships and networks including with a range of multicultural stakeholders (remotely and in-person);
- High degree of organisational ability, including working well under pressure and a strong track-record meeting tight deadlines;
- Superior computer skills including the full Microsoft suite, especially Excel;
- Experience with project management tools (basic project accounting an advantage);
- The successful applicant will demonstrate that they meet the requirements under Kenyan law to work in Kenya.
How to Apply
Submit your CV, copies of relevant documents and Application to [email protected]
Use the title of the position as the subject of the email.
Application Deadline: 31st July 2022.
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