Driver Jobs at Education for Marginalized Children in Kenya (EMACK)

On Thursday, April 25th, 2013
Aga Khan Foundation
Education for Marginalized Children in Kenya (EMACK)
Nairobi

Position: Driver
Nairobi Office

Contract Duration:
Through to October, 2014
Post Location: NairobiProject Summary

Education for Marginalized Children in Kenya (EMACK) is an initiative of the Ministry of Education (MOE) made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented in partnership with the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF).

The program seeks to improve access to quality education, retention and completion rates for children historically underserved by the education system by focusing on a number of interrelated strategies.  
These include increased community and parental participation in all aspects of school life; teacher development and improved coordination and dialogue to inform the National Education Sector Support Program. 
Ultimately the program aims to improve learning outcomes for all children in terms of literacy, numeracy, analysis and innovation.We invite applications from suitable candidates to fill the following position:

Driver – Nairobi Office

Job Functions & Qualifications: 

  • A clean Valid Driving License
  • Minimum  of four (4) years driving experience
  • Ability to travel long distances, including driving on rough roads
  • Demonstrated experience in handling 4X4 WD vehicles
  • A background in vehicle maintenance/ repair desirable
  • Sufficient understanding of English and Swahili
  • Demonstrated ability to work under Minimum supervision
How to apply:
Applications, along with a cover letter, an up-to-date CV and names of three referees should be sent to the address below by 10th May, 2013.The Human Resource and Administration Manager
Email: [email protected] short-listed candidates will be contacted

The Aga Khan Foundation is an Agency of the Aga Khan Development Network

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