Scholarship Teachers

Windle Trust Kenya (WTK), a member of Windle Trust International Federation, is a non-profit organization with a mission to transform society through education and training. We are working with communities in Dadaab District, Fafi, Wajir South, Turkana West, Dadaab Refugee Camps and Kakuma Refugee Camp on education projects.
Windle Trust Kenya wishes to recruit for the position of two scholarship teachers, one will be based in Dadaab Refugee Camp and the other will be based in Kakuma Refugee Camp.
The Scholarship Teacher will be in charge of implementation of WTK’s education scholarship programmes in schools where the WTK sponsored students are. The key responsibilities are:
• Coordination, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of scholarship programme in collaboration with education staff and partners
• Provision of adequate and timely technical guidance and supervision to the students
• Promote community self-management in relation to supporting the scholarship programmes
• A degree in education with at least 2 years of proven experience in effective and efficient management of Kenyan education with high quality outputs
• Excellent planning, analytical, conceptual and organizational skills
• Ability to motivate staff and students to perform maximally
• A good team player
• Proven knowledge of Kenya Education system
• Good writing skills
• Good computer skills (MS OFFICE – Ms Word, Ms Excel and Ms PowerPoint)

If you wish to apply for this position, please send your resumé with a covering letter quoting reference number 9/16 to**: applications@windle.org OR Human Resource Department, Windle Trust Kenya, P O Box 40521-00100 Nairobi on or before 24th December 2015.**
Clearly indicate which location you are applying to.
WTK is an equal opportunity employer. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.