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1. Human Resource, Labor and Social Welfare Committee

The Council of Governors (CoG) is established under Section 19 of the Intergovernmental Relations Act 2012 with the mandate to provide a mechanism for consultation amongst County Governments, share information on performance of the counties in execution of their functions, facilitate capacity building for governors, and consider reports from other intergovernmental forums on national and county interests amongst other functions (Section 20).

Duties and Responsibilities

The specific duties and responsibilities will include:

• Management of the emerging Human Resource transition issues for instance staffing

• Coordinate the participation of County governments in local and regional Human resources related meetings with stakeholders

• Ensure easy access to HR updates, reports, bills and ensuring that the relevant parties have updated information

• Acts as a liaison between the committee, national government agencies and Counties

• Compiling Committee reports and minutes

• Ensure timely execution of COG programmes and activities

• Organizing and coordinating committee meetings

• Work closely with the stakeholders on the ongoing programmes e.g. County Pension Schemes and Capacity Assessment and Rationalization of the Public Service (CARPS).

• Preparation of Committees work plans

• Acts as secretary to the committee

• Perform any other duty as maybe assigned by the Supervisor

• Support general Committees by working closely with the rest of COG Secretariat

• Taking minutes during meetings

• Writing and submitting Report within required timelines

Interested candidates should send a CV, cover letter, copies of ID, certificates and testimonials to hrcog@cog.go.ke and indicate the name of the position you are applying for as the Email subject. For more information and job application details, see; Council of Governors Kenya Internships

Apply by 24th November 2016

2. Health Committee Clerk

Duties and Responsibilities

The specific duties and responsibilities will include:

  • Assist in researching and developing position papers and well researched policy positions in relation to the devolved function of health, particularly in health financing and health systems
  • International best practices and emerging trends and technologies on healthcare delivery;
  • County Funding and capacity building including:

    1. Coordination of the implementation of the DANIDA support to all 47 county governments;

    2. Coordinate capacity building of Counties: accounting staff and records officers;

    3. Development of a framework for facilitating the management of human resource for health; and

    4. Rapid assessment of County performance.

  • Assist in establishing the current Bills before National Assembly, Senate and County Assemblies affecting health services;

  • Assist in monitoring the media and generate briefs on matters related to the health function;

  • Working closely with the Health Technical Advisor in advising CoG on matters related to health systems and health financing;

  • Ensure easy access to Health updates, reports, bills and ensuring that the relevant parties have updated information

  • Acts as a liaison between the committee, national government agencies and Counties
  • Compiling Committee reports affecting county health care;
  • Ensure timely execution of COG programmes and activities
  • Organizing, coordinating committee meetings and taking minutes
  • Undertaking any other responsibility related to the Health Committee as assigned by the supervisor

    Interested candidates should send a CV, cover letter, copies of ID, certificates and testimonials to hrcog@cog.go.ke and indicate the name of the position you are applying for as the Email subject.

    For more information and job application details, see; Council of Governors Kenya Internships

    Apply by 24th November 2016

    3. Terms of Reference For Interns Supporting the Agriculture Committee.

    1.0 Background

    For better carrying out of its mandate, the Council of Governors has established sectorial working committees including the Agriculture Committee which is chaired by H.E. Nderitu Gachagua.

    Agriculture is fully devolved under the Fourth Schedule of the Constitution (2010) and given its importance to the Kenyan economy, there is need to streamline county activities in the agriculture, livestock and fisheries sector for effective service delivery.

    2.0 Scope of Assignment

    The assignment shall entail:

  • Assist in the activities of the Committee clerk at the Council to run the day to day activities of the Committee;
  • Analysis, review and monitoring of all policies and legislation at national and county level affecting the crops;
  • Conduct research work, analysis of documents and preparation of position papers, policy briefs, success stories in the agriculture sector;
  • Analysis of how various functions are to be performed by both levels of government to support agricultural management; and
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by supervisor.

    3.0 Supervision

    The Assignment will be task managed by the Council of Governors committee on Agriculture, supervised by and reporting to the Manager in charge of the Agriculture Committee and the Director in charge of Programs.

    Duration

    The contract duration is three months with a possibility of extension subject to performance.

    For more information and job application details, see; Council of Governors Kenya Internships

    Apply by 24th November 2016

    4. Education, Youth, Sports, Gender Culture and Social Services

    1.0 Background

    For better carrying out of its mandate, the Council of Governors has established sectorial working committees including the Education, Gender, Youth, Sports, Culture and Social Services Committee which is currently chaired by H.E. Prof Paul Chepkwony.

    2.0 Scope of Assignment

    The assignment shall entail:

    1. Assist in the activities of the Committee clerk at the Council to run the day to day activities of the Committee;

    2. Analysis, review and monitoring of all policies and legislation at national and county level;

    3. Conduct research work, analysis of documents and preparation of position papers, policy briefs, success stories in the sector;

    4. Analysis of how various functions are to be performed by both levels of government to support management the management of the various sectors; and

    5. Perform any other duties as assigned by supervisor.

    3.0 Supervision

    The Assignment will be task managed by the Council of Governors committee on Education, Gender, Youth, Sports, Culture and Social Services Committee, supervised by and reporting to the Manager in charge of the Committee and the Director in charge of Programs.

    4.0 Duration

    The contract duration is three months with a possibility of extension, subject to performance and availability of funds.

    All Interested candidates should send their Curriculum Vitae, cover letter, copies of ID, certificates and testimonials to hrcog@cog.go.ke

    For more information and job application details, see; Council of Governors Kenya Internships

    Apply by 24th November 2016

    5. Internal Audit Unit Internship Opportunity

    Overall responsibility

    Responsible for reviewing internal control systems, verifying the existence and safety of assets, executing audit programmes, collecting audit evidence, reviewing compliance with the existing policies and assisting the internal auditor in various duties.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    The specific duties and responsibilities will include:

  • Examining and inspecting activity records, accounting systems and procedures to determine their efficiency;
  • Ensuring the Council’s policies are complied with; reviewing internal control systems;
  • Providing leadership in the conducting of special audits;
  • Evaluating progress and status of steps taken to address any current and past recommendations by External Auditors;
  • Preparing and submitting oral and written reports of findings concerning the scope of audit and its findings so as to make appropriate corrective action

    Training and Qualifications

  • Have Bachelor degree in any of the following disciplines: - Commerce, Accounting or Finance from a recognized institution;
  • Have professional qualification CPA, ACCA;
  • Have Certificate in computer applications;

    Reporting and supervision

    Reporting to the Internal Auditor

    Interested candidates should send a CV, cover letter, copies of ID, certificates and testimonials to hrcog@cog.go.ke and indicate the name of the position you are applying for as the Email subject.

    For more information and job application details, see; Council of Governors Kenya Internships

    Apply by 24th November 2016

    6. Monitoring and Evaluation Internship

    Background

    The Council of Governors has put in place a five year Strategic Plan 2013 to 2017.The plan clearly sets out development priorities that are expected over the planning period, the strategic key result areas that the Council is committing to, and a clear description of how it will address them.

    The Council of Governors also has established a Best Practice and Resource Centre to enhance documentation and sharing of best practices.

    The need for an intern Monitoring and Evaluation is to assist in development of a monitoring tools and produce periodical reports, among other duties.

    Description of tasks:

  • Under the direct supervision of Director Programmes, Council of Governors and the responsible officer for the unit the intern will undertake the following tasks:
  • Assist in data collection for providing timely and relevant information to the Council of Governors Sectoral Committees in order for them to incorporate in their plans and strategies;
  • Assist in developing tools for recording and reporting progress (or lack of) against strategic goals and specific program objectives of the Council of Governors;
  • Assist in review and analysis of monitoring reports in terms of progress and action needed by the various sectoral Committees
  • Assist the Council of Governors Sectoral committees in building capacity on M&E Framework development and implementation;
  • Assist in data collection, analysis of data and report writing on topical issues at the Council of Governors
  • Provide support and advisories to Council of Governors on M&E related activities Linkage with the County Planning Units and Directors in charge of Monitoring and Evaluation to advise on the progress on implementation of the County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP), Sectoral Plans, the Annual Development Plan and related programmes as well as emerging issues such as Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

    Furthermore, the intern is encouraged to:

  • Strengthen their knowledge and understanding of the concept of devolution by reading relevant COG and external publications and take active part in Council of Governors activities (for instance in events that mark and celebrate successes in devolution);
  • Contribute articles/write-ups on field experiences and submit them for COG publication/Websites, newsletters, press releases, etc.;

    Qualifications/Requirements:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Project Management and Planning, Economics, Statistics, Mathematics or any other relevant field.
  • Conversant with the Project Cycle and place of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning in the same;
  • Familiar with statistical software such as advanced MS Excel, STATA and SPSS
  • Has an understanding of the Kenya Constitution 2010 especially on devolution matters;
  • Strong interpersonal relations and communication skills.
  • Strong report writing skills.

    Duration

    The contract duration is three months with a possibility of extension, subject to performance and availability of funds.

    All Interested candidates should send their Curriculum Vitae, cover letter, copies of ID, certificates and testimonials to hrcog@cog.go.ke

    For more information and job application details, see; Council of Governors Kenya Internships

    Apply by 24th November 2016

    7. Administration Section Internship

    Overall responsibility

    Responsible for providing administrative support to ensure efficient operation of all offices.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    The specific duties and responsibilities will include:

  • Offer logistical support in areas of travel, daily scheduling, and meeting preparation.
  • Schedule and coordinate management events, meetings, and conference calls; inform attendees/participants of function dates and times and coordinates all logistical requirements
  • Perform administrative tasks including creating correspondence, memos, presentations, confidential material, meeting minutes.
  • Manage different work calendars
  • Provide general office support
  • Ensure the timely and successful delivery of our services.
  • Devise and maintain office systems, including data management and filing;
  • Screen phone calls, enquiries and requests, and handling them when appropriate;
  • Organize and maintain diaries and making appointments;
  • Deal with incoming email, faxes and post
  • Perform other duties as assigned

    Training and Qualifications

  • Diploma in Business Management, Business Administration or closely related field
  • Highly proficient communicator in both written and verbal communication.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Good listening skills and ability to follow directives appropriately and (where applicable) relay the information correctly

    Reporting and supervision

    Reporting to the Head of Administration

    Duration

    The contract of employment is for a period of six months (6). Interested candidates should send a CV, cover letter, copies of ID, certificates and testimonials to hrcog@cog.go.ke and indicate the name of the position you are applying for as the Email subject.

    For more information and job application details, see; Council of Governors Kenya Internships

    Apply by 24th November 2016

    8. Protocol Section

    Overall responsibility

    Responsible for providing protocol support to ensure efficient operation in protocol department.

    Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist in scheduling courtesy calls and appointments with diplomatic corporations, government and prominent persons.
  • Provide technical support for International travel clearance, issuance of passports and visas to VVIPs.
  • Coordinate foreign travels; both inbound and outbound including Airport check ins and Transfers.
  • Develop and maintain local contact and guest list, order of precedence during internal and external events, seating arrangements and other protocol related guidance.
  • Provide consular and a link contact with foreign Embassies.
  • Preparing policy briefs for foreign and security committees

    General

  • Support the Committee work of the Secretariat ( Foreign and Security Committee)

    Training and Qualifications

  • Degree in international relations or closely related field
  • Highly proficient communicator in both written and verbal communication.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
  • Good listening skills and ability to follow directives appropriately and (where applicable) relay the information correctly

    Reporting and supervision

     Reporting to the Head of Protocol

    Duration

    The contract of employment is for a period of Three months (3). Interested candidates should send a CV, cover letter, copies of ID, certificates and testimonials to hrcog@cog.go.ke and indicate the name of the position you are applying for as the Email subject.

    For more information and job application details, see; Council of Governors Kenya Internships

    Apply by 24th November 2016

    9. Resource Mobilization Unit

    Overall responsibility

    Responsible for mobilization of resources for the Council of Governors.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    The specific duties and responsibilities will include:

  • Supporting CoG technical committees as assigned by the Supervisor.
  • Assist in Identifying key function priorities and funding sources and developing high quality proposals in consultation with the technical leads for funding.
  • Assisting in developing and maintaining strategic partnerships and engagement with Development Partners.
  • Preparing concept notes, progress reports, speeches, briefs and other documents as may be required.
  • Mobilizing resources from Bilateral and Multilateral Donors, Philanthropic Foundations, and other approved sources;
  • Developing and implementing prospective donor strategies including resource mobilization activities programmes;
  • Building and advancing relationships with portfolio of current and prospective donors;
  • Playing an integral role in supporting overall resource mobilization activities for the council;
  • Drafting briefing memos and donor presentations for senior leadership in preparation for donor meetings;
  • Assisting in streamlining and preparation of concept notes and proposals for donor funding;
  • Assisting in scheduling and coordinating donor meetings; and
  • Any other duties as may be assigned from time to time.

    Training and Qualifications

  • Have a degree in Business Administration, Community Development or any other business related degree from a recognized university.
  • Be Computer literate.

    Reporting to the Program Officer – Resource Mobilization

    Duration

    The contract of employment is for a period of six months (6). Interested candidates should send a CV, cover letter, copies of ID, certificates and testimonials to hrcog@cog.go.ke and indicate the name of the position you are applying for as the Email subject.

    For more information and job application details, see; Council of Governors Kenya Internships

    Apply by 24th November 2016

    10. Secretarial Section

    Overall responsibility

    Responsible for secretarial services in an effective and efficient manner.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    The specific duties and responsibilities will include:

     Handling in-coming and out-going telephone calls

     Drafting and responding to correspondences on daily basis

     Directing mail to the appropriate individual in the organization

     Opening and screening incoming mails

     Ensuring general cleanliness of the office

     Arranging and organizing meetings and providing full support as required

     Responsible for file maintenance (electronic and hard copy)

     Attending to internal and external customers and/or clients and providing required information from time to time

     Providing general administrative support

     Serving tea and/or refreshments to the Executive and visitors

     Any other duties assigned from time to time

    Training and Qualifications

     Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education mean grade C (plain);

     The following qualifications from the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC):

    1.Typewriting II (minimum 40 w.p.m) /Computerized Document Processing II

    2.Business English I/Communications I

    3.Office Practice I

    4.Commerce I; and

     Certificate in Computer Applications (Windows, Ms-Word, Ms-Excel, Ms-Access and Internet) from a recognized Institution.

    Reporting and supervision

    Reporting to the Head of Administration

    Duration

    The contract of employment is for a period of six months (6).

    Interested candidates should send a CV, cover letter, copies of ID, certificates and testimonials to hrcog@cog.go.ke and indicate the name of the position you are applying for as the Email subject.

    For more information and job application details, see; Council of Governors Kenya Internships

    Apply by 24th November 2016

    11. Best Practice, Knowledge and Documentation Internship

    The Council of Governors is charged with the mandate of information sharing across all counties regarding implementation of devolution.

    The Council of Governors has begun the process of establishing a best practice centre to support in the implementation of the specific mandate of sharing best practices.

    The Best Practice Centre will be a multi-sectoral multi-stakeholder source of information for innovative practices implemented by counties and borrows from other external/international experiences for documentation, learning and sharing.

    It is for this purpose that COG is recruiting a Best Practice, Knowledge and Documentation Intern.

    Objective

    The objective of this position is to review, identify, collate, analyze, synthesize and document lessons learnt, experiences and best practices in the implementation of devolution on the ground in Kenya.

    Description of tasks:

    Under the direct supervision of Director Programmes, Council of Governors and the responsible officer for the unit the intern will undertake the following tasks:

  • Develop a knowledge management action plan and that will address the counties’ operational learning needs and help the COG identify, capture and share lessons with counties and various stakeholders.
  • Assess, report on, and promote innovative practice with a view to service improvement, establishment of new standards, and promotion of learning along the Council of Governors Sectoral Committees.
  • Serve as the point of contact for both the promotion of knowledge sharing activities; and, for the sharing of operational knowledge within COG, as well as among County Governments
  • Promote the active use throughout the counties of the knowledge sharing systems, tools and guiding principles.
  • Promote the integration of lessons learned, best practices and other operational knowledge into work processes, guidance and planning scenarios.
  • Produce, collect, store and disseminate best practice materials originating in the counties.
  • Prepare and share County Executive’s syntheses of lessons learned and recommendations documented in the COG’s Best Practices Toolbox reports.
  • Organize follow-up action as required on studies undertaken, seminars or workshops on counties’ specific best practices and lessons learned activities.
  • Liaise with national and international organizations and academic institutions on all issues related to knowledge management, and assist in the organization of inter-governmental policy consultation.
  • Provide other learning, research, policy and guidance services to the Council.
  • Perform other duties as required;

    Qualifications/Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in social studies or humanities related field especially socio economics, development studies, policy research and analysis or a related discipline
  • Experience with successfully managing and completing responsibilities related to government programs.
  • Experience with leading and communicating change management initiatives to diverse audiences is desired.
  • Experience in both qualitative and quantitative data analysis
  • Knowledge and experience in data analysis software
  • Thematic research experiences in different studies: cross-sectional, comparative and cohort studies.

    Duration

    The contract duration is three months with a possibility of extension, subject to performance and availability of funds.

    All Interested candidates should send their Curriculum Vitae, cover letter, copies of ID, certificates and testimonials to hrcog@cog.go.ke

    For more information and job application details, see; Council of Governors Kenya Internships

    Apply by 24th November 2016

    12. Natural Resource Management Internship

    Scope of Assignment

    1. To assist in monitoring the current Bills before National Assembly, Senate and County Assemblies relating to Natural resource;

    2. Assist in monitoring National policies relating Natural Resources Management as outlined in gazette notices.

    3. Assist in monitoring International best practices and emerging trends and technologies with respect to Natural resource;

    4. Assist in monitoring any Inter-county agreements relating to Natural resources being shared among counties;

    5. Assist in facilitation and coordination of committee meetings and develop reports after the committee meetings.

    6. Assist in monitoring the media and generate briefs on matters related to natural resources and matters related thereto;

    7. Assist in coordinating any Natural Resources information from the Counties

    8. To take the lead in convening of sectoral meetings through preparing memos, agendas, programme and follow up on participation of the invited officers.

    9. Documentation of all matters related to the committee.

    10. Recording decisions and key elements of discussions at committee meetings

    11. Ensuring committee members have appropriate information available in good time

    12. Representing the Council in matters related to the Natural Resources Committee and follow up briefing on issues discussed

    13. To assist in any responsibility related to the Water, Mining & Natural Resources Committee

    14. Any other duty assigned by the Supervisor

    Duration

    The contract duration is three months with a possibility of extension, subject to performance and availability of funds.

    All Interested candidates should send their Curriculum Vitae, cover letter, copies of ID, certificates and testimonials to hrcog@cog.go.ke

    For more information and job application details, see; Council of Governors Kenya Internships

    Apply by 24th November 2016

    13. Registry Assistant

    Requirements:

  • A certificate or Diploma in Records and Archives Management or Information Studies from a recognized Institution.
  • Computer literacy is a must. Good communication and interpersonal skills, time management should also be possessed.
  • Ability to read and prioritize official documents urgency is essential.
  • Must be able to work with minimal or no supervision.
  • Knowledge of file digitization, understanding and use of the Integrated Records Management
  • System (IRMS) is an added advantage.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Mail receipt from within and outside the Council of Governors
  • Sorting, cross referencing, folioing, filing of correspondences and responses according to COG indexing plan and forwarding the same to the marking officer for direction in file
  • Weekly file tracing in the offices of action officers and recording all files and advising users on the records management best practices.
  • Assist in the indexing of documents received to ensure easy retrieval and maintaining accurate records of documents movements
  • Opening of new files when need arises and ensuring all Records Management Unit requirements are met for efficient service delivery
  • Dispatch of all mail and maintenance of a tracing register after adherence to the required security grading
  • Retrieve closed records when required by users for reference purposes.
  • Ensure files are preserved well and torn ones are promptly repaired
  • Control access to the Records Management area in order to safeguard the documents integrity from unauthorized access.

    Interested candidates should send a CV, cover letter, copies of ID, certificates and testimonials to hrcog@cog.go.ke and indicate the name of the position you are applying for as the Email subject.

    For more information and job application details, see; Council of Governors Kenya Internships

    Apply by 24th November 2016

    14. Energy, Roads and Infrastructure Committee Internship Opportunity

    The Council operates under Thematic Committees which define engagement with The National Government agencies and other stakeholders.

    Objective of the assignment

    The officer’s function is to help fulfil the Council of Governors Energy, Roads and Transport Committee functions provided in its Terms of Reference.

    Tasks

  • The intern shall work under the direct supervision of the Committee clerk and carry out all functions as specified in this ToR.
  • Coordination of intra and inter agency and governmental consultations on Energy sector issues, including existing and evolving energy policies, legislation, regulations and programmes.
  • Coordination and harmonisation of CoG views and perspectives on energy and infrastructure matters
  • Providing technical assistance in terms of information, research, policy analysis, and resource development for county governments across a range of policy issues targeting the development of transport infrastructure for increased accessibility of all parts of the country.
  • Establishment of an effective research and knowledge management platform for sharing best practices in the sector in comparison to other jurisdictions to enhance improved service delivery
  • Review legislation and policies affecting the sector and making proposals for the benefit of the Counties interests, to be done in close collaboration with stakeholders in the sector
  • Report on progress and achievements to the Council of governors
  • Maintain and provide access to statutory registers of the supervisor.
  • Undertake any other responsibilities as assigned by the supervisor.
  • Providing a framework for the review and mainstreaming development partners engagement and support to county governments on energy provision and management issues For more information and job application details, see; Council of Governors Kenya Internships

    Apply by 24th November 2016

    15. Legal Affairs and Human Rights Committee Internship opportunity

    Overall responsibility:

    Support the Legal and Technical Departments in Legislative Monitoring and Research.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    The specific duties and responsibilities will include:

    1.Monitoring Bills from the Senate and National Assembly;

    2.Monitoring the Hansard and Order Papers at the Senate and the National Assembly;

    3.Monitoring the Kenya Gazette; and

    4.Legislative and other Research.

    Training and Qualifications:

    1.Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL.B) from a recognized university;

    2.Experienced in undertaking comprehensive research;

    3.Outstanding Interpersonal, analytical and communication skills;

    4.Ability to follow deadlines, accuracy and attention to detail;

    5.A high level of computer literacy and proficient in written and spoken English and Kiswahili; and

    6.Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

    Reporting and supervision:

    The legal intern shall report to the Director Legal Services at the Council’s Secretariat.

    Duration:

    The contract is for a period of six (6) months.

    Interested candidates should send a CV, cover letter, copies of ID, certificates and testimonials to hrcog@cog.go.ke and indicate the name of the position you are applying for as the Email subject.

    For more information and job application details, see; Council of Governors Kenya Internships

    Apply by 24th November 2016

    16. Communication Committee Internship

    Overall responsibility

    He or she will provide communication assistant on all matters pertaining to the implementation of the communication activities at the Council of Governors in accordance with the CoG strategic plan and the Terms of Reference.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    The specific duties and responsibilities will include:

  • Draft and writes speeches and press releases for the CoG Secretariat in consultation with the various committee
  • Liaise with County Communication Teams to source and provide information required for Communication for the CoG Secretariat
  • Work with the County Directors of Communication to ensure that there is sharing of information between CoG Secretariat and Counties
  • Write stories and features on success stories from Counties for placement in the media
  • Ensure a well maintained and continually developed journalist contact list and media outlets. ( print, TV , Radio and Web)
  • Develop and maintain a contact list with all regional and vernacular media outlets
  • Provide weekly reports to the Director Communications on the status of publicity and Media for CoG by maintaining a media log
  • Maintain and provide a link with County social media interface ensuring real time and accurate updates of all social media sites
  • Any other tasks incidental to the forgoing tasks.

    Training and Qualifications

  • A Bachelor’s degree in any of the following disciplines: Communications Studies, Journalism or Public Relations, or its equivalent qualification from a recognized institution and Certificate in computer applications.
  • Design Skills will be an added advantage

    Reporting and supervision

  • Director Communications

    Interested candidates should send a CV, cover letter, copies of ID, certificates and testimonials to hrcog@cog.go.ke and indicate the name of the position you are applying for as the Email subject.

    For more information and job application details, see; Council of Governors Kenya Internships

    Apply by 24th November 2016

    For further details, and application materials, contact: Council of Governors Kenya Internships

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