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Tender – Terms of Reference Young Cities: Nakuru Partner
- Contract type: Tender
- Location: Nakuru, Kenya
- Duration: 11 months
- Preferred Start Date: April 2021
- Tender Amount: up to 18,800 GBP
Building on the success of Young Cities in Kenya and Lebanon in 2018, we’re seeking to appoint an appropriately qualified local partner organisation to support the scaling of the project activities in Nakuru over a 10 months’ period. For full Terms of reference and a timeline of delivery click here.
The successful Partner will have strong project management skills, experience with overseeing micro-grants, youth engagement and experience in working with youth from various backgrounds. Proficiency in English and Swahili for project management and monitoring and evaluation purposes is essential aswell as experience of developing partnerships with local government stakeholders and civil society organisations. Official registration in Kenya is a must.
All proposals should clearly state:
- The fee for this work, inclusive of VAT or any other taxes or surcharges;
- The Partner’s qualifications as they relate to each of the criteria outlined above;
- The Partner’s proposed personnel to conduct the project activities and trainings with their CVs;
- Two references.
ISD reserves the right to reject any and all proposals submitted and to request additional information from all proposers. ISD reserves the right to appoint before the closing date.
Deliverables outlined in this tender may be subject to change, as required by the donor.
Proposals must be submitted via email to [email protected] by 3rd of March 2021. Subject of the email must be Young Cities Nakuru Partner. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted within two weeks from the deadline’s closure to conduct a short interview before final selection the week after.
For any questions please contact [email protected].
Events, Operations and Communications Coordinator
- Location: Berlin and home based (During COVID-19)
- Contract: Permanent, full-time
- Salary: EUR 36.000
- Start Date: Immediate start
The Events, Operations & Communications Coordinator is responsible for ensuring smooth delivery of day-to-day operations at ISD Germany. Supporting the Executive Director and project teams across a broad spectrum of responsibilities, the post holder will provide support with general administration, office management, communications coordination and event logistics.
The post holder will have excellent written and verbal German and English language skills, be a good communicator, and have a problem solving mind-set. Approachable with a drive to use their own initiative and work independently, the post holder will also have strong organisational skills and a keen interest in ISD Germany’s mission.
The successful candidate will be efficient with high standards of professionalism. Experience of events coordination, office management and administration in either the public, private or charity sectors is essential. They will be fully IT and Internet literate with social media and website skills. Knowledge and experience of basic accounting / book keeping is desirable. For full details and a copy of the Job Description click here.
To apply please send a one-page cover letter addressing your suitability for the position with up-to-date CV (no more than 2 pages) to [email protected] by 19th February 2021.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted and applications without a covering letter will not be considered. Please note that applications will be considered on a rolling basis and ISD reserves the right to appoint before the end of the advertisement.
Consultant Roster Application
As a global non-profit organisation with teams in London, Beirut, Toronto and Washington D.C., ISD enjoys strategic partnerships with the world’s leading technology companies and supports more than a dozen prominent governments and institutions in stemming the rise of violent extremism and hate speech. ISD undertakes a wide range of projects and delivers cutting-edge programming in the areas of policy advisory, research, communications, technology and education.
We invite talented researchers and consultants to join our roster in order to be considered for engagement on a range of assignments across our research and programming. We particularly welcome applications from consultants with expertise in qualitative and quantitive research, data analytics, policy analysis, monitoring and evaluation.
- Copy of your up-to-date CV
- Details of two employment/assignment references
- Link to your LinkedIn profile or personal website (if available)
ISD welcomes speculative applications from talented and dedicated individuals at all levels – intern to senior leadership – who would like to join our global team. If you are committed to challenging polarisation and extremism in all its forms, please send a CV and cover letter (no more than 1 page) outlining your experience, ambitions and suitability to [email protected].
We are currently particularly open to receiving applications from those with:
• Marketing, communications, tech and data analysis experience
• French, German, Russian and Arabic language skills
• International capacity building and training expertise
• International policy experience (particularly in polarisation, education and counter extremism)
ISD staff receive competitive salaries and a range of attractive benefits including 5% pension contributions, 20 days holiday, flexible working, employee support & assistance programmes and an annual individual training budget.