Veterinary Officer Job at Farming Systems Kenya

On Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013
Veterinary Officer

Farming Systems Kenya is a registered Faith Based NGO that has been operating in Kenya since 1981 to reduce poverty through agricultural and community development.

The organization works with and supports small-holder farmers to improve their productivity and incomes.

To this end, the organization wishes to recruit a competent, qualified and result oriented person to fill the position of Veterinary Officer.

The veterinary Officer functionally reports to the Programs Manager.

The purpose of the position is to ensure accessibility of quality animal health and welfare services.

Desired knowledge and skills

The holder of the Position must:-

  • Be born again
  • Be of exemplary integrity, honesty & professionalism
  • Have excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills.
  • Have good personal judgment, proactive, initiative and a team player.
  • Equine

Qualification and experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in veterinary Medicine from a recognized university.
  • At least 5 years relevant experience in animal health & welfare
  • Experience on Equine welfare will be an added advantage.
  • Computer proficiency

To apply

Interested and qualified candidate who meet the requirements of the above position should send their applications enclosing their detailed curriculum vitae, copies of academic and professional certificates, testimonials, names and addresses of 3 referees and quoting the current and expected salary so as to reach the undersigned not later than Friday 30/04/2013.

Applications should be emailed, posted or hand delivered to the address below:

The Executive Director, Farming Systems Kenya, FSK Centre, Kiamunyi
Along Nakuru – Ravine road,
P.O. Box 2816- 20100, Nakuru
Email: [email protected]

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