Are you passionate about the right to education, protecting public land and building constitutionalism? We may just have the platform, resources and support for you.
The Society for International Development (SID) is an international network of individuals and organisations founded in 1957 to foster democratic participation in the development process. The Kenya Dialogue Project provides thought-leadership and public interest campaigning towards constitutionalism, active citizenship and an effective state in Kenya. After three years of policy and public impact, we seek to expand our team.
ShuleYangu Campaign Manager
You will lead our multi-year strategy to protect 30,000 public schools nation-wide, represent the ShuleYangu Alliance with the Government, partners and key stakeholders. You will manage the campaign budget, staff and ensure high value impact and manage staff. You will be expected to work creatively and independently with significant financial and representational responsibility. We expect you to have a masters preferably in a development, land law, land administration related field and 3 years research, advocacy and programme experience. Demonstrated knowledge of the workings of National and/or County Government is essential.
Programme Assistant to Associate Director
Candidates will be degree holders, have a passion for the promotion and realisation of the promises of the constitution and be able to work in teams, communicate and write clearly. The position is considered to be an early career development opportunity and will assist with team coordination and supporter base management.
People with disabilities and women are especially encouraged to apply. Candidates are expected to be committed to social justice, familiar with rights-based approaches, adult empowerment and gender sensitive approaches and be able to work and travel within Kenya. An open contract and a competitive benefits package will be offered to the successful candidate. All positions are based in Nairobi.