The National Council for Population and Development (NCPD) is a Semi-Autonomous Government Agency in the National Treasury and Planning Ministry
The NCPD Board would like to recruit a visionary and dynamic leader for the position of Deputy Director, Communication,
Advocacy and Public Education. The job holder will report to Director Technical Services and will be responsible for providing leadership in communication, advocacy and public education on population issues.

Duties and Responsibilities.

i. Responsible for planning and implementing Council’s population communication, advocacy and public education strategies , projects and programmes at national and county level
ii. Coordination of the design of communication, advocacy and public education information materials.
iii. Review and update Council’s population IEC and advocacy strategies and plans;
iv. Undertake national and county level advocacy for support of population programmes and activities.
v. Coordinate development and review of programme reports and briefs.
vi. Develop programmes for funding proposals.
vii. Development of divisional work plans and budgets
viii. Manage performance of staff in the division.
ix. Mentor and coach staff in the division.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience

i Master’s degree in Population Studies, Demography, or its equivalent qualification from a recognized institution, Additional graduate /postgraduate qualification on mass communication or its equivalent qualification will be an added advantage
ii) Served in the grade of a Assistant Director of Population or an equivalent position in the public service or in a reputable organization for at least four (4) years;
iii) Attended a Strategic Leadership Development Programme Course or its equivalent lasting not less than six (6) weeks.
iv) Nine (9) years of relevant work experience, five (5) of which must be at managerial level;
v) Be a member of a relevant professional body;
vi) Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and an understanding of ICT software tools for qualitative and
quantitative research and monitoring and evaluation.

How To Apply

Applicants who meet the above requirements should send their application letter together with detailed CV indicating three
(3) names of references, current position/grade and daytime telephone numbers, copies of academic and professional
certificates, testimonials and a copy of National Identity Card.

In addition, applicants are required to attach copies of current Certificate of Good Conduct from the Directorate of Criminal
Investigations:, Tax Compliance Certificate from Kenya Revenue Authority, Clearance from Higher Education Loans Board
(HELB), Kenya Credit Reference Bureau and Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC).

Applications should be addressed to:
The Director General
National Council for Population and Development
P. O. Box 48994-00100
Hand-delivered applications can be delivered to National Council for Population and Development head office situated at
the Chancery Building, 4th floor, Valley Road.

Applications deadline: 26th Nov 2019.

For more information visit NCPD website.


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