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Global Implementation Solutions (GIS) program under US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Co-operative Agreement is advertising the following vacancies:

Global Implementation Solutions (GIS) Western Kenya Laboratory Strengthening program under US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Co-operative Agreement is advertising the following 3 Intern positions:

 Data Clerk Intern (GIS/INT/01/17)

Location:                    Kisumu Office

Reporting to:                         Monitoring and Evaluation Office

Internship Description:

This intern will be taught and prepared to perform Monitoring and Evaluation duties for the program.

Areas of Training:

  • Collection of all data forms returned by mentors from the field;
  • Verification of the data forms for completeness and authenticity before entry;
  • Entry of data into the project databases and performing data cleaning;
  • Generation of required reports from the project databases;
  • Creation and maintenance of a databases of all the project interventions and sectors;
  • Maintenance of a comprehensive list of all relevant contacts of project implementation;
  • Collection, compilation and filling of all mentors field activities;
  • Any other related delegated responsibilities that may be assigned from time to time.

Additional Opportunities:

  • Intern will have the opportunity to participate in and learn about the USG programs data management and analysis for programming and decision making;
  • Intern will have the opportunity to participate and learn how the program operations work in an organization.

Qualifications required:

  • Higher National Diploma or Degree either in Statistics, Computer Science, Information Technology (I.T), and Health Records and Information Management from a recognized academic institution;
  • Excellent knowledge in at least one Statistical analysis software.

Administrative Assistant Intern (GIS/INT/03/17)

Location::                    Kisumu Office

Reporting to:                         Senior Project Administrative Officer

Internship Description:

This intern position presents an opportunity for the intern to practically interact with the Organization supply chain and other Administrative functions of the program while learning and contributing to the day-to-day operation of the programs.

Areas of Training:

  • Preparation of procurement requisition from users and processing orders to suppliers through issue of purchase order (LPO) for the approved requisitions;
  • Maintenance of data base of all suppliers with information on the quality of their service;
  • Preparation of request for quotation/ proposals to prospective suppliers;
  • Keep record of all purchase orders and contracts raised for audit and other reference;
  • Reviews of procurement documents and ensuring completeness prior to passing invoices to finance for payment;
  • Procurement/ tendering committee meetings;
  • Preparation of Procurement Plans for the project;
  • Inventory/stock management and documentation including areas such as stock requisitioning, issuance, delivering and recording;
  • Function of dispatching and issuing project Material requisitions and consumable as per stores requisition notes for all stores stocks and understanding the relevant documents such Stores Request Note;
  • Maintenance of Asset register of all assets and consumables at the project office and sites supported by the project;
  • Any other related delegated responsibilities that may be assigned from time to time.

Additional Opportunities:

  • Intern will have the opportunity to participate in and learn about the USG grants management;
  • Intern will have the opportunity to participate and learn how the business operations work in an organization.

Qualifications required:

  • Diploma or University degree in Business Administration or Equivalent;
  • Computer proficiency in word processing, PowerPoint and Spread Sheets;
  • Fluent in written and spoken English.

Accounts Assistant Intern (GIS/INT/02/17)

Location:                    Kisumu Office

Reporting to:                         Accounts Officer

Internship Description:

This internship program is aimed at giving the candidate an opportunity to learn the practical aspects of the day-to-day finance operations.

Areas of Training

  • Processing invoices for payment;
  • Preparation of payment vouchers;
  • Performing of three way matching of invoices, purchase order (or contract) and goods received note, job cards or work tickets as applicable;
  • Preparation of payments to vendors and other parties for all approved vouchers and ensure proper coding to reflect correct expenditure and appropriate line item;
  • Accurate filling system for all the accounting documents and vouchers;
  • Any other functions of the accounting and finance Office as delegated by your supervisor.

Additional Opportunities:

  • Intern will have the opportunity to participate in and learn about the USG grants management;
  • Intern will have the opportunity to participate in and learn the business operations works in an organization.

Qualifications required:

  • Higher National Diploma or University degree in Business Administration with specialization in procurement and management;
  • Certified Public Account of Kenya (CPA) level II;
  • Computer proficiency in word processing, PowerPoint and Spread Sheets;
  • Fluent in written and spoken English.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ALL INTERNS

The following are the minimum eligibility requirements which applicants must meet at the time of application:

  1. Be enrolled in the final academic year of a first university degree/ Higher National diploma or;
  2. Have graduated with a university degree/Higher National diploma (as defined above);
  3. If selected, must commence the internship on the 1st of October, 2017;
  4. Have health insurance for the period under internship.

Applications for the above should be forwarded to HR Officer at admin@gisworldwide.org by C.O.B 25th September, 2017 stating the reference No. for the respective position. Applicants in their final year should include proof of being in college/university i.e. a recommendation letter on an official letterhead from your head of department stating that you are currently enrolled in a course of study and your expected date of graduation and if you have graduated; a certified copy of your degree.

GIS is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

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