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The East African : Oct 3rd 2015
The EastAfrican 46 ADVERTISEMENT OCTOBER 3-9,2015 Supported by: VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT The East African will run a regional supplement on East Africa SCT Progress Report. The special pull-out will focus on the gains of SCT, as well as: • SCT Implementation Roadmap and success stories from different players; • Proposals to counter challenges so far witnessed; • Cross-border business opportunities like electronic cargo tracking systems. We invite you as a strategic stakeholder in East Africa’s trade, to partner with us by sponsoring content for the special report. For more information, kindly contact Habacuk on Mobile: 0726 207 749 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Academy Centre Director (Kenya) - Humanitarian Leadership Academy Nairobi, Kenya Fixed Term – 24 month contract Competitive salary This is a rare leadership opportunity with an international start-up organisation that will sit at the forefront of change across the humanitarian sector. As our dynamic Director in Kenya, you will steer the Academy Centre in Kenya through its initial set-up phase and then lead on its growth through out Kenya and East African. This pivotal post will ensure the strategic direction, effective operations and financial health of the venture in Kenya, spearheading collaborative partnerships and growing innovation through all of the Academy’s activities. The Director will work independently to shape the Academy Centre in Kenya’s own unique direction and strategy with support and guidance from the Academy Global CEO setting clear goals and being fully responsible for making these challenging goals a reality. Please note in keeping with the Academy’s fundamental mission and vision this position is only open to Kenyans and East Africans (with the right to work in Kenya). Be part of the solution and join us in preventing the greatest humanitarian crisis of our time. Please visit: https://jobs.savethechildren.org.uk/vacancy/academycentre-director-kenya-1927/1953/description/ Humanitarian Leadership Academy (the Academy) is currently kindly hosted by Save The Children UK Learn from your mistakes There is no harm in asking an employer who has just written you a regret letter to share with you the reasons that may have influenced them not to consider you as the candidate of choice. Tell them you want to improve on your weaknesses. A good human resource manager will share this information with you. Make use of any advice presented. Register with job alert sites The Internet is well endowed with sites that offer free job alerts. Many of these sites give subscribers the option of narrowing down their alerts to regions and careers of choice. It’s time to give them a try. Most of these sites don’t charge for the service, so there is nothing to lose (apart from a few adverts that will cram your inbox) by subscribing to them and getting frequent notifications. You may just get a good job out of the arrangement.
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