Program Office Assistant / Receptionist at USAID DAI TIS

On Thursday, September 19th, 2013

Are you a Kenyan with Front office experience and interest in working on a Somalia program?

Do you want to make a difference in Somalia?
Would you like to join a dynamic team working on stabilization initiatives for Somalia? 
Please read on!
USAID Transition Initiatives for Stabilization (TIS) program
The Transition Initiatives for Stabilization (TIS) program is funded by USAID and responds to the complex crisis that has evolved in Somalia.

The overall program goal is to mitigate conflict; to promote stability and community cohesion, and to strengthen citizens’ relationships with government officials. 

TIS implements quick impact activities linked to longer-term stabilization goals.
The TIS program is currently seeking a skilled, diplomatic, effective, and highly motivated Office Assistant/Receptionist to join our Nairobi based team.

Qualifications and skills sought:
  • Diploma in Business Administration or any other relevant field.
  • Basic IT competency required.
Work Experience:
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.
  • At least 2 years’ experience in a similar position.
  • Working knowledge in using Microsoft office required.
  • Honesty, confidentiality and integrity required.
  • Cultural sensitivity.
  • Ability to work with strict deadlines.
  • Competency in performing multiple functional tasks.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • English and Somali language fluency required.
Do you have the above qualifications and skills? 
Please send 
1) a CV 
2) current position and salary history and 
3) three professional references to [email protected] 
Closing date: Monday, September 30, 2013. 
Please note only short listed candidates will be contacted.
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  1. Stephen Kondiegi says:

    Dear sir /madam,
    I did apply for consideration for the position of office Assistant / receptionist in september this year with USAID DAI TIS.

    An update on this is highly welcome.

    Yours sincerely,

    Stephen Ochieng’ Kondiegi.

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