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We are currently looking to fill the following positions:

GENDER SPECIALIST

Reporting to the Chief Operations Officer and with a close working relationship with the Chief Programmes Officer, the Gender Specialist will be responsible for developing and coordinating the implementation of a gender strategy for NRT, combining three approaches (integration, targeted activities & dialogue) when mainstreaming gender equality issues. This person will be required to conduct institutional and programmatic gender audits of NRT to inform the development of a practical gender strategy, conduct necessary gender studies to inform an evidence-based integration of gender at NRT, lead NRT in developing gender-responsive programmes and institutional systems and structures, coordinate and facilitate gender training for NRT, and coordinate with NRT partners to focus on women’s empowerment in conservancies. Find out more and how to apply.

 

KALAMA CONSERVANCY MANAGER

Kalama Conservancy is a located within the Samburu County and is one of the 35 NRT member conservancies. Reporting to the Conservancy Board and with a close working relationship with the NRT team, the Conservancy Manager will be responsible for both strategic and operational support to the conservancy. The Manager will be responsible for managing the conservancy and developing it to a self-sustaining model that integrates wildlife conservation, environmental conservation, tourism and livestock; benefits the surrounding communities; protects the ecological integrity of the land and contributes to improvement of the community livelihoods. 
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NANAPA UNIT MANAGER

Nannapa Unit is a located within the Oldonyiro Community Conservancy which is one of the 35 NRT member conservancies. Reporting to the Conservancy Board and with a close working relationship with the NRT team, the Conservancy Manager will be responsible for both strategic and operational support to the conservancy. The Manager will be responsible for managing the conservancy and developing it to a self-sustaining model that integrates wildlife conservation, environmental conservation, tourism and livestock; benefits the surrounding communities; protects the ecological integrity of the land and contributes to improvement of the community livelihoods.  Find out more and how to apply. 

 

DRIVERS, 2 POSITIONS

The driver will have the overall responsibility of offering both administrative and logistical support to the Northern Rangelands Trust Team to help in achieving set targets and objectives. Among other things, the driver will be required to drive team members to and from their activities, ensure proper maintenance of vehicles and tools, and have thorough understanding of motor vehicle engine functionality. The ideal candidate should have excellent communication skills, be physically fit and emotionally resilient, be willing to work longer hours and in remote areas of operation, and be an honest, team player and one who enjoys community work. 
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