Develop content for social media in collaboration with producers Engage with our different audience and come up with new ways to do this Monitor progress using analytical tools Prepare daily and weekly reports for management Come up with different social media campaigns Respond to questions and comments on the social media platforms Take and edit photos and videos Requirements
A good understanding of the different social media channels such as; Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Previous marketing/social media experience At least 2 years’ experience as a Social Media Content Creator Excellent customer care skills Strong communication skills Bachelor’s degree in Communication, Marketing, Public Relations or in a related field
Qualified and interested candidates should email a cover letter and a copy of their CV to email@example.com with ‘Social Media Content Creator’ as the email subject.
Family TV is seeking to recruit a Radio Broadcast Assistant
Essential Knowledge and Skills
Must have strong organisational skills. Knowledge of the Radio market, different station and programme styles, and audience demographics. Good knowledge and good ear for sound, music genres, artists and updates. Knowledge and ability to work with different Radio Automation and editing software’s. A high level of IT skills – particularly good word-processing and data handling skills. Ability to learn how to use a variety of recording equipment, and to operate different radio studios. Ability to conduct effective internet research, use relevant computer software for audio recording, editing, and, packaging when necessary. Accuracy and attention to detail. Creative thinking, idea generation and problem solving skills. Must have confidence and tenacity to pursue information and overcome obstacles. Ability to work independently but also as part of a team. Ability to work effectively under pressure, react quickly, and meet tight deadlines. Determination, diplomacy and excellent interpersonal skills. Empathy and patience, the ability to build rapport and draw information from people. A basic understanding of the law, ethics and industry regulation as they affect Radio production. Self-motivation and adaptability.
At least a Diploma in Mass Media, Radio Production, Journalism or a related field. At least one year’s experience in radio production. A good overall knowledge of the radio industry and the specifics. Ability to read and voice scripts will be an added advantage. Duties and responsibilities
Responsible for the station’s imaging Checking if the equipment is in good condition. Live assist for live shows Download and edit shows Editing TV Voiceovers and different programs Cutting adverts and mentions immediately after shows Responsible for monitoring the signal and ensuring we are on air at all times in all our frequencies. Responsible for all technical aspects of the department
Qualified and interested candidates should email a cover letter and a copy of their CV to firstname.lastname@example.org with the job title ‘Radio Broadcast Assistant’ as the email subject.
Udacity and Access Bank are committed to closing the divide between the number of tech jobs available and the number of Africans working in tech by providing opportunities to those who would not otherwise have them.
Application deadline: 31st August, 2021
Together, they are offering:
1,000 Nanodegree program scholarships for Africans to build practical, in-demand, cutting-edge tech skills.
Engagement with classmates in a robust, actively managed, student community.
Subject matter experts and on-demand tutors.
The scholarship will create upskilling opportunities for individuals and give them the skills needed in the digital world. In fact, the tech industry comprises some of the highest growth, most in-demand careers today.
Applications for this scholarship program are open! The timeline for Cohort 1 will be:
Applications Accepted: August 2, 2021 – August 31, 2021
Challenge Winners Announced: September 10, 2021
Challenge Course: September 13, 2021- October 18, 2021
Applications are now opened to apply for Australian Government Research Scholarship 2022 in Australia. RTP scholarships are available to domestic and overseas students enrolled in an accredited HDR course. All International Students from all over the globe are eligible to pursue their Master’s Degree or PhDDegree from Australia. Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) is a Fully Funded Scholarship for the academic session of 2021-22
Australian Government Research Scholarship 2022 is a Fully Funded Scholarships for International Students in Australia. The scholarships in Australia 2022 will Cover the Following Expenses.
Stipend: An Annual Living Allowance of AUD $28,597 (tax free, 2021 value) for up to 2 Years for a Research Masters degree, and up to 3 Years for a Research Doctoral Degree.
Full Tuition Fee for Masters up to 2 Years & For PhD Degree up to 4 Years.
Medical Funds (Paid sick leave).
Overseas Student Health Cover
Travel Allowance Airfare ($1000 travel from their home country to/from Adelaide.
Submission of the Thesis (e.g. Editing, Printing, Binding) Costs AUD$840 for Doctoral candidates. AUD$420 for Masters by Research candidates.
Master’s Program: Up to 2 Years
PhD Program: Up to 4 Years.
The list of the fields is givenbelow.
Engineering, Computer, and Mathematical Sciences
Health and Medical Sciences
This is a basic Eligibility Criteria for Scholarship in Australia for Masters & for Scholarship in Australia for PhD.
Applicants must be International Students.
Applicants are required to have successfully completed at least the equivalent of an Australian Honours degree
Applicants are required to provide evidence of meeting the University English language proficiency requirements.
The last date to apply for Research Scholarships 2022 in Australia for International Students varies from University to University
Official application link is found on the link below:
Mater Misericordiae Hospital is looking for a Laboratory Technologist to analyse samples and release accurate results within reasonable time to guide the Doctors on proper diagnosis and treatment
Application deadline: 15 August, 2021
Receiving histology specimens and recording them in histology / cytology register
Analyze patient’s specimen and give results within acceptable TAT Performing histology tissue processing procedures as per the SOPs: i.e. grossing, sectioning, embedding and staining
Assist pathologist in gross examination of the tissues
Preparation of different stains used in histology as per the SOP
Perform quality controls to monitor bias and performance for the Department
Report faulty equipment to the Laboratory Manager
Maintaining accurate tissue and slide records and storage for easier retrieval
Monitor reagents and supplies to ensure the section has enough supplies and utilization is within the budgetary allocation
Assist in any other laboratory sections when called upon
Assist in training new https: staffs and students on internship
Liaise with Laboratory Manager on new laboratory procedures to ensure that the laboratory is abreast with fast developing technology
Market services offered in the department
Required Qualifications for the Position Holder of HND or BSC in medical laboratory sciences Must have current KMLTTB license Minimum 3 years of experience in a busy Histopathology Department Excellent oral and written communication skills Keen on detail with high degree of accuracy Computer literate
If you are interested in the above position and you meet the requirements listed, please send your application together with a detailed CV, copies of Academic Certificates, three  referees and include their telephone contacts and email address to email@example.com so as to reach us not later than 15th August 2021
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission is seeking to recruit a Field Researcher
Job Purpose: On-the-ground support for the operational delivery of the Non-Commemoration Project Team in East Africa.
Liaising with local authorities, local stakeholders,and members of the public in the search for abandoned graves.
The role will also support the Operational Lead on the engagement of external stakeholders in the realisation of new commemoration projects across East Africa.
Essential •A BSc and/or MSc in Sociology, Anthropology, History, Social Work, or similar relevant subject area. •High computer literacy including use of Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint.
•A proven track record in working with diverse community groups, community/stakeholder engagement, conflict resolution, research, and administration.
Experience Essential •Experience in ethnography, anthropology or history using qualitative data collection (e.g. conducting interviews, focus groups, collecting stories, or undertaking surveys) would be highly advantageous. •Experience in working or collaborating with Kenyan governmental bodies. •Excellent command of written and spoken English, in addition to a high level of literacy in their first language. •The ability to make presentations and articulate complex information both upwards within an organisation, and to external stakeholders as required.
Desirable •Experience of working in different cultures, with understanding of cultural and political sensitivities and operations in complex environments is highly desirable. •Experience of travelling to remote locations including lone working. •Experience (minimum 2 years) of working in a similar position. •Any additional language skills which can be utilised across Kenya and East Africa could be beneficial.
Location: The job will be based in Nairobi with a requirement for travel Contract Type: 3-year Contract Hours of work: Full time, 40 hours per week Salary: Offers in the region of: KSH156,000 per month, pro rata, depending upon experience .
How to Apply: Please send your cover letter, CV and completed application form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Evidence action is seeking a dynamic, entrepreneurial Senior Associate who can research, design and manage the launch of high-quality new programs.
Application deadline: August 31, 2021
Duties & Responsibilities
Conduct desk-based research to rapidly assess the potential of new programs by estimating the total addressable market, cost-effectiveness, evidence-base, strategic fit, and funding opportunities of promising interventions.
Design and manage early stage field activities, program scoping, and piloting of new programs in select countries throughout Sub-Saharan Africa and within Kenya. Use the results from these activities to inform the design of program implementation.
Work with cost-effectiveness and MLE staff to design, develop, and continuously refine cost-effectiveness models, monitoring frameworks, theories of change, and program evaluations.
Coordinate stakeholders and manage work flow across time zones and departments to efficiently and simultaneously drive multiple programs through the Accelerator development process.
Lead operational efforts necessary to design and launch program implementation, including budget design and management, work plans, statements of work and memorandums of understanding, product procurement, and IRB procedures.
Coordinate activities between Evidence Action and local implementing partners throughout different stages of new programs, including local permissions, compliance, and reporting.
Conduct stakeholder outreach (study authors, implementing organizations, donors) to solicit feedback on new programs, their design, key gaps, and whether there is interest in collaborating with Evidence Action.
Develop and nurture mutually beneficial relationships with partner organizations (e.g., implementing organizations, government officials, academic researchers).
Lead and participate in high-stakes meetings; present the business case for potential programs to donors and governments.
Bachelor’s degree in a related field such as public health, international development, public policy, economics, statistics, or business; Master’s degree preferred.
2-4 years’ work experience in a demanding, results-oriented environment; background in management consulting, public health delivery, WASH, or nutrition is a bonus.
Excellent quantitative and qualitative analytical skills; experience using large data sets and quantitative analysis to drive decision making.
Prior experience in reviewing academic literature, performing cost-effectiveness analyses, and synthesizing large quantities of data and evidence for decision making in program design and implementation.
Strong task management and organizational skills; proven ability to manage multiple complex projects simultaneously.
Experience in effectively communicating and negotiating with, presenting to, and managing a variety of stakeholders in multicultural settings, including researchers, implementing partners, donors, and government officials.
Advanced writing and presentation skills; ability to communicate complex research methodologies and findings to a non-technical audience clearly and succinctly.
Ability to independently represent Evidence Action in high-stakes meetings with government stakeholders and major donors.
High level of proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Workspace; familiarity with Stata, R, SPSS, or other statistical packages is a bonus.
Preferred experience living and working in low-income countries, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Verbal and written fluency in English.
Kenyan nationals encouraged to apply.
We prefer this position to be located in one of our Kenyan offices in either Nairobi or Kisumu.
The position will require travel to scope the viability of new programs and partnerships in select countries throughout Sub-Saharan Africa and within Kenya. Pending travel restrictions to due COVID-19, the position may require 30% regional and international travel, including extended, multi-week trips.
We are flexible with start dates, but we prefer the position be filled as soon as possible.
Applications must be submitted by August 31st 2021.
Apply from Kenya to come to the UK on Chevening scholarship and study for one year on a fully funded master’s degree course.
Chevening is the UK government’s international scholarships programme. Funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office and partner organisations, we offer awards to study in the UK for one year on a fully funded master’s degree course.
Applications from Kenya for fully funded Chevening Scholarships are now open!
After your year of study, you’ll become a member of a global network of over 50,000 alumni, and return home equipped with an education of the highest standard that could open doors to endless new possibilities.