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Weekly Roundup of Agriculture Jobs– 20th March, 2023

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Position: Vegetable Business Officer 

Location: Nairobi, Kenya

Recruiter / Employer: The World Vegetable Center (WorldVeg)

About the Position: To establish vegetable aggregation centers in several counties in liaison with the implementing partners in the Veggies 4 Planet & People (V4P&P) project, government partners, and the private sector, and facilitate a sustainable and replicable aggregation center business model.


  • Together with project implementing partners and stakeholders, and under the guidance of the principal investigator, develop feasibility studies and business plans for the establishment and operation of pilot vegetable aggregation centers in 3 different counties in Kenya, based on the concept note that has been developed by V4P&P  
  • Quantify project revenue streams based on the sale of produce, logistics, business development services, storage, value addition, member fees, and other fees  
  • Develop a cost structure for the aggregation centers.  
  • Liaise with the anticipated clients of the aggregation centers, such as vegetable producers, Agro-input providers, service providers, transporters, traders, and buyers, derived from existing vegetable business networks (VBNs) in the project.  
  • In liaison with the project communication officer, media, other stakeholders, and field days, promote the values of the aggregation centers and their products among consumers and the wider community.  
  • Promote accountability, transparency, and good leadership.  
  • Monitor and document the operation of aggregation centers for the purpose of learning, sharing lessons with stakeholders and reporting.  
  • Manage other activities: identification and acquisition of land, design of aggregation center, the building of infrastructure, consultative meetings with stakeholders, setting up a management committee for each center, and capacity building of management committees
  •  Liaise with the Veggies 4P&P project to coordinate complementary activities.
  •  Perform any other duties assigned by the Kenya Country Director. 

Education/ Work Experience Requirements:

  •  Master’s or bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics, agribusiness, or a related field.
  •  Minimum of three years’ experience in agricultural value chains, facilitating upstream and downstream
  • linkages
  •  Proven experience in building the capacity of agricultural enterprises.
  •  Proven experience in liaising with public and private partners, and linking smallholder farmers to
  • markets, particularly for perishable products.
  •  Familiarity with circular economy
  •  Experience working in an international organization will be an advantage.

Personal attributes and competencies:

  •  Business attitude and entrepreneurial spirit
  •  Affinity to empowering women and youth in agricultural value chains.
  •  Good interpersonal skills and ability to interact with partners from different backgrounds.
  •  Team player with excellent communication skills in spoken and written English and Kiswahili.
  •  Excellent computer skills in MS office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

How to apply: 

Application Process

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Applicants should submit a letter of application explaining their suitability for and interest in the position along with a curriculum vitae, a recent passport-size photograph, names, and addresses (including telephone/fax/e-mail) of three referees, and date of availability on or before 22 March 2023. Applications should be submitted in English and as a single

PDF file. Please mention the position title in the subject line.


  • This is a Nationally Recruited Staff (NRS) position. ICRAF offers competitive remuneration in local currency,

commensurate with skills and experience.

  • The appointment will be for a period of 2 years, inclusive of a 6-month probationary period, with the possibility of extension contingent upon performance, continued relevance of the position, and available


  • The duty station will be in Nairobi, Kenya.

Closing date: 22 March 2023


Position: Sales Representative (Animal Feeds)

Location: Nairobi, Kenya

Recruiter / Employer: Summit Recruitment & Search

Remuneration: Monthly gross salary of Sh. 65,000

About the position: Our client a fast-growing animal feeds company is seeking to hire a Sales Representative. He/She will oversee the sale of animal feed products, provide technical and product support to increase sales volume and margins. The ideal candidate Must have a degree in Agri business or horticulture, good understanding of the principles of animal nutrition and 3 years of experience as a sales representative for animal feeds.


  • The selling and supporting animal feed to current and prospective clients.
  • To achieve monthly & yearly sales budget.
  • The building and maintaining of customer relationships.
  • To maintain a regular visit schedule with customers and potential customers to keep current monthly sales and grow sales with prospects.
  • Monitor opposition trends on pricing monthly.
  • To understand and keep abreast of Animal Feed industry news and developments.
  • Monitor the performance of products, to gather production figures from species specific farms on a monthly basis.
  • To play an active role in study groups & Trade shows.
  • Compiling of and keeping Animal Feed sector plan up to date – January & August of each year.
  • Using objective measurement, identifying problems within the company and subsequently identifying the “root cause” of problems.
  • Ensuring always that corrective actions taken to resolve problems are, ultimately, permanent and preventative.
  • Complying, in line with the Policy Document, departmental procedures and practices.

Education/ Work Experience Requirements:

  • Must have a degree in Agri business or horticulture.
  • Must have 3 years of experience as a sales representative for animal feeds.
  • Possession of a valid motorbike driver’s license
  • Should be able to register as a Professional Nutritionist.
  • Preferably have milling background experience.
  • Experience in selling and marketing.

How to apply: Summit Recruitment & Search

Deadline: 30th March 2023

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Position: Farm Manager

Recruiter / Employer: Antennae Holdings Limited

About the position: We are searching for a Farm Manager with good business sense to join our team. The farm manager’s responsibilities include monitoring staff, trees and delivering purchasing requirements to MD, assisting in preparing budgets and report as required on farm operations; blocks and use of pesticides, quantities and frequency, scouting records; and ensuring best farming practices.  You should be able to maintain professional networks and keep abreast of developments in agricultural science.

To be successful as a farm manager, you must be detail-oriented but also keep the bigger picture in mind. Outstanding candidates are keen problem solvers who are focused on efficiency and take a hands-on approach to management.  Ideal candidate will be a seasoned operator, and there is an opportunity for part time or full time engagement depending on finding the qualified candidate.


  1. Manage a team of minimum 20 casual laborers – organize and plan the work program to ensure efficient use of work hours.
  2. Supervise care and maintenance of  orchard trees and have a work plan for the year- this includes soil sampling and water sampling; pruning of trees, treatment of soil post results of soil sampling; manure application; effective and efficient irrigation; Spray program to manage pests along the cycle.
  3. Maintain good records – staff records, work records, spray records, irrigation records.
  4. Stock take and records updated, ensure receipt of all payments out to casual workers et, keep receipts of all pesticides and chemicals used on the farm;
  5. Organize and plan for audit for renewal of Global Gap Certification
  6. Keep the farm clean at all times and ensure passes inspection of HCD for renewal of Export license
  7. Work closely with all partners e.g. Amiran, technical experts, to ensure best possible outcome for the farm.
  8. Annual targets will include cost containment measure, productivity improvements, innovation.
  • Analyzing existing operations, staff, and farm outputs and recommending improvements.
  • Preparing plans and schedules for planting and harvesting and ensuring staff understand expectations.
  • Ensuring fertilizers, pesticides, and other supplies are regularly restocked.
  • Scheduling repairs, maintenance, and replacement of equipment and machinery.
  • Ensuring all staff adheres to health and safety regulations.
  • Assisting with the recruitment and training of new staff members.
  • Building professional networks and keeping abreast of developments in agricultural science.

Education/ Work Experience Requirements:

  • Diploma in agriculture a must; Bachelor’s degree in agriculture may be an advantage; or equivalent.
  • Extensive experience in a farming-related field, orchards preferable; on the ground experience managing teams and working against schedules.
  • Management experience would be a plus.
  • A passion for agriculture.
  • Excellent problem-solving, analytical, and critical thinking skills.
  • The ability to make decisions in stressful environments.
  • Superb communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Willingness to work  during harvest all hours required to ensure fruit is collected and prepared for export
  • Packing and preparation for export – prior experience a must.

How to apply: BrighterMonday


Position: Senior Research Officer I

Location: Nairobi at the icipe Duduville campus

Recruiter / Employer: International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE)

About the position: The Research Officer will manage research activities within the Animal Health Theme. He/she will assist in overseeing and designing advanced experiments. He/She will work directly with the Principal Investigator and play a leading role in developing a research program to integrate field and laboratory activities in the theme to enhance efficiency. This includes overseeing the workflow and productivity of lab personnel and providing training to them on specific techniques as necessary. In particular, the Research Officer is expected to have well-developed research management skills and statistics, while molecular biology skills would be an added advantage. The Research Officer will be responsible for data analysis, preparation of manuscripts, and presenting research findings through various forums. The Research Officer must demonstrate the ability to analyze and present data in a professional format and to contribute significantly to manuscripts, reports,

and applications for approvals (research, import/export) as well as contribute to grant writing. They will be responsible for planning field activities, and stock levels to support both field and laboratory studies.

Duration: 2 Years


  • To manage research activities undertaken by technical staff.
  • To oversee, design and execute advanced experiments.
  • Work with the Data Management Unit to enhance efficiency in sample management.
  • Develop template data entry spreadsheets and develop proficiency in electronic data
  • management tools.
  • To provide training to lab personnel on specific techniques (including ethics) as well as to develop and maintain SOPs.
  • Maintain and where necessary coordinate the distribution of biological resources (e.g. cryopreserved materials).
  • To file applications for approvals (research, import/export).
  • To write, edit, correct, and review manuscripts, reviews, proposals, or any other scientific document in his field.

Education/ Work Experience Requirements: 

  • At least an MSc in Biological sciences, veterinary sciences, epidemiology or related field.
  • Experience gained in veterinary or medical sciences in either a research organization or university.
  • At least 3 years’ experience working in a research laboratory.
  • Previous experience working in veterinary/public health field of relevance to One Health is an added advantage.
  • Responsible for the executed activities and outputs, with significant decision-making.
  • Mentors and trains staff.
  • High degree of problem solving, planning and control.
  • Mentors and trains staff.
  • In-charge of monitoring experiments and research progress.
  • Provide information, data to other team members / PI and other units.
  • To contribute to peer reviewed papers. Co-author on at least 2 publications per year.
  • Assist PI in the in the development of at least 2 concepts/proposals.
  • Contributes to internal and external relations with stakeholders in relation to the scope of their activities.

Other Desirable Attributes

  • Successful supervision and implementation of experiments on vectors and pathogens (data analysed and clear results obtained).
  • Development of experimental data repository and template data entry spreadsheets.
  • Experience with sample management systems
  • Successful development and maintenance of standard laboratory SOPs.
  • Successfully apply for approvals (research, import/export).
  • Contribute to at least 2 concepts/proposals.
  • Author on at least 2 peer-reviewed papers submitted per year.

How to apply: Candidates are required to apply online through: or by

sending e-mail to:

Interested applicants should submit: (a) a confidential cover letter;(b) a detailed CV with names and addresses of 3 referees including e-mail addresses;

and (c) a statement illustrating suitability against the listed qualifications/competencies/abilities and skills.

Those who had applied for this position need NOT to re-apply.

Closing date: Applications will be accepted up to 22nd March 2023. 


Position: Marine Program Officer – Western Indian Ocean

Location: Mombasa, Kenya

Recruiter / Employer: The Nature Conservancy

About the position: The position will manage projects and provide technical and scientific support for elements of TNC’s Africa Fisheries Strategy. The position supports the coordination and implementation of priority projects and acts as a technical resource on sustainable fisheries and coastal community-led conservation. The position will apply a diversified knowledge of fisheries-related scientific principles and practices to a broad variety of assignments, from research, analysis and writing, capacity building, strategy development, project coordination and management support, and engagement with private sector seafood actors and traceability systems.


  • Provide project management support, leading desk-based research and analyses, and co-leading local and international training workshops with country programs.
  • Provide technical support towards strengthening or building successful community-led governance models (e.g. fisheries Beach Management Units, Community Conservancies, Community Forest Associations, Shehia Fisher Committees, fisher cooperatives, etc) for sustainable fisheries and coastal management
  • Lead development of program-level Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning framework for the fisheries and coastal community-led conservation initiatives.
  • Establish and implement locally managed marine areas and community-based natural resource management plans
  • Ensure creation of incentives that drive community benefits, sustainable management and livelihoods that build lasting support for conservation.
  • Ensure development and implementation of coastal community-led conservation and fisheries strategic initiatives in Kenya, Tanzania, Seychelles, South Africa and the greater WIO region with particular focus on Coastal Fisheries (including FishPath approach), Large-Scale Fisheries and Sustainable Aquaculture Programs as well as strengthening policy frameworks that contribute to preventing and deterring Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing at national and regional levels for effective fisheries and ocean governance.
  • Contribute to the development, reporting and management of the Africa Fisheries Strategy.
  • Building partnerships and working with fishermen and fishing communities, internal and external scientists, and with seafood industries and NGO partners to enhance collaboration and synergy in implementation of the Conservancy’s Africa Ocean Protection and Resilience Strategy.
  • Foster cross project learning and strengthen a Community of Practice for the sharing of best practices and lessons learned for adaptive management.
  • Ensure development and management of work plans and large project budgets
  • May involve working in variable weather conditions, at remote locations, on difficult and hazardous terrain, and under physically demanding circumstances.
  • The position will involve frequent travel domestically and internationally, evening and weekend hours.

Education/ Work Experience Requirements:

  • BA/BS degree in natural resources management, conservation, or another related field of study with 5 years of related work experience in conservation practice, project management, policy, fundraising or other related experience.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience on community-led conservation, fisheries management and marine science and conservation
  • Experience conducting or working on fisheries-related scientific research, ecosystem interactions and coastal zone management.
  • Experience in developing supportive and collaborative partnerships with other non-profits, community groups and/or government agencies.
  • Demonstrated experience in developing monitoring and evaluation approaches and frameworks
  • Excellent communication skills via written, spoken, and graphical means in English and other relevant languages.
  • Knowledge of key actors and current trends, threats to fisheries and marine biodiversity in the WIO, and practices related to management and protection at a national and regional scales.
  • Strong technical writing and data analytical skills, interpretation, and presentation of information to a broad range of audiences and stakeholders.
  • Experience in analyzing data and using statistical packages such as Excel and other analysis tools

Desired Qualifications

  • Advanced degree and 10 years’ experience in conservation practice or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with the coastal fishing communities.
  • Multi-lingual skills and multi-cultural experience are appreciated. Fluency in Swahili is an added advantage.
  • Willingness and ability to undertake extended periods of field travel (at least 40%) domestically and internationally.
  • Politically savvy.

How to apply:

Closing date: 21 Mar 2023

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Position: Associate Environmental Officer

Location: Daadab, Kenya 

Recruiter / Employer: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

About the position: The Associate Environment Officer will work closely with colleagues responsible for protection, site planning, water and sanitation, shelter, nutrition, education, health, community services and livelihoods. The incumbent will support the UNHCR Office on all issues related to environment and climate change, including mainstreaming into all sectors and aspects of the country operation.


The Associate Environment Officer works under the overall supervision of the Programme Officer in close collaboration with the multi-functional teams including colleagues from Livelihood and Economic Inclusion, Protection, Public Health and Nutrition, Education WASH and others. S/he will be primarily responsible for assisting the development, providing guidance on, and overseeing the implementation of the innovative solutions for environment and energy solutions for refugees in Dadaab, Kenya. The incumbent will work closely with partners and other external stakeholders, review ongoing activities to contribute to improving service delivery to persons of concern (PoC) in accordance with UNHCR Manuals and Technical Guidelines, and/or national standards. S/he will undertake frequent missions to the camps and support the UNHCR Office on issues related to environment, Energy, and climate change, including mainstreaming the economic inclusion solutions and sustainability into all aspects of the projects. In addition, s/he will maintain regular contact with UN technical agencies, development partners, line ministries and local authorities, implementing and operational partners as needed. The Associate Environment Officer will follow a rights-based and community focused approach to Programme design and implementation. The incumbent will follow the five principles for protection, accountability, Technical and WASH, the UNHCR livelihoods guiding principles, among others.

Education/ Work Experience Requirements: 


  • EN-Solar Energy Usage Management, EV-Environmental Assessment, EV-Environmental Footprint Management, EV-Environmental Programme Development


  • BA: Environment, BS: Environment


  • Accountability, Analytical thinking, Client & results orientation, Commitment to continuous learning, Communication, Empowering & building trust, Managing resource, Organizational awareness, Planning & organizing, Stakeholder management, Teamwork & collaboration

How to apply:

Closing date: March 26, 2023


Position: Africa Freshwater Protection Specialist

Recruiter / Employer: The Nature Conservancy

Location: Kenya/ South Africa/ United Republic of Congo/ Tanzania/ Zambia


  • Provide technical support on freshwater ecosystem protection to staff in priority Conservancy project areas including Lake Tanganyika, Gabon, the Cubango-Okavango Basin, and the Upper Kafue River Basin.
  • Work with selected African governments in helping them improve their understanding, and fulfill their commitments, under the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework.
  • Advance community and government-supported freshwater ecosystem protection projects in Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Angola, South Africa, and/or Gabon.
  • Building partnerships across the NGO, government, and private sectors to achieve a set of targeted, but collaborative, freshwater ecosystem protection goals.
  • Assist in fundraising for freshwater ecosystem protection projects led by TNC or partners.

Education/ Work Experience Requirements: 

  • BA/BS degree and 7 years’ experience in conservation practice or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Fundraising experience, including identifying donor prospects and donor cultivation
  • Experience managing complex or multiple projects, including managing finances and coordinating the work of other professionals and partners.  
  • Supervisory experience, including motivating, leading, setting objectives and managing performance.
  • Experience in partnership development with non-profit partners, community groups and/or government agencies.                                       
  • Experience negotiating.
  • Experience working in conservation on the African continent
  • Experience in protected area and/or community-based conservation area planning and implementation
  • Communicating clearly via written, spoken, and graphical means in English and ideally Portuguese and/or French.

Desired Qualifications

  • Multi-lingual and multi-cultural or cross-cultural experience appreciated.
  • Over 10 years’ experience in conservation practice or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Demonstrated experience influencing, developing and/or implementing conservation policy and plans.
  • Knowledge and/or experience of current trends and practices in freshwater ecosystem protection.
  • Ability to develop practical applications of scientific concepts and technical innovations for conservation purposes.
  • Knowledge of methods and standards of biodiversity information systems and initiatives or related field.
  • Politically savvy.

How to apply:

Closing date: 31 Mar 2023


Position: Research Associate II – Animal And Human Health

Recruiter / Employer: International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)

Location: Nairobi, Kenya

Duration: 1-year Contract

About the position: The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) seeks to recruit a Research Associate to support the activities of the Genomics Platform


  • Receiving and logging in of samples brought to the ILRI laboratories for high throughput genomic analysis
  • Performing Bioinformatic analysis of sequence data generated from the genomic platform
  • Creating and regularly updating a clinical database for logging in results
  • Prepare sequencing library for samples to be sequenced at the genomic platform
  • Create a searchable sequence database for pathogen genome analysis and variant calling
  • Reporting results to the lead scientist for quality checks
  • Prepare training materials and participate in training workshops for genomic and bioinformatic capacity building at the Institute

Education/ Work Experience Requirements: 

  • Bachelor of science in molecular biology, computer science, data management, genomics or relevant field
  • 2 years’ relevant experience in high throughput genomic science and data analysis
  • Experience in high throughput genomics data analysis
  • Experience working in a laboratory setting
  • Experience in developing genomic analysis pipelines and developing analysis scripts using python, R, or perl
  • Ability to communicate effectively, work independently and work productively in a multidisciplinary, multicultural team

How to apply: ILRI jobs & careers

This position is at job level HG11 and it is only open to Kenyan nationals. The position is a 1-year contract, renewable subject to satisfactory performance and availability of funding. ILRI offers a competitive salary and benefits package which includes pension, medical and other insurances.

How to apply: Applicants should send a cover letter and CV expressing their interest in the position, what they can bring to the job and the names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to the Director, People and Organizational Development by clicking on the “Apply Now” tab above on or before 23 March 2023. The position title and reference number REF: AHH/907/2023 should be clearly marked on the subject line of the cover letter.

We thank all applicants for their interest in working for ILRI. Due to the volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

ILRI does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process (application, interview meeting, processing or training). ILRI also does not concern itself with information on applicants’ bank accounts.

To find out more about ILRI visit our websites at

Closing date: Mar 23, 2023

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Position: Feed and Fodder Business Development Expert

Location: Nairobi, Kenya

Recruiter / Employer: African Union – InterAfrican Bureau for Animal Resources

Duration of the Consultancy: The consultancy will be for a period of six (6) months renewable subject to performance and availability of funds

Remuneration: Indicative salary, according to AU regulation, of US$ 44,994.72 (International Staff Salary) or US $37,514.22 (National Staff Salary) for Level P3 Step 5, per 6 months of contracting. Payment shall be made monthly upon approval of progress reports.

Expenses for travel outside the duty station agreed with AU-IBAR, will be covered separately in accordance with the applicable African Union Commission rules and regulations.

  • Medical and Travel Cover for Consultant

The consultant will be responsible for his/her medical and travel insurance cover/s during the duration of the consultancy.

About the position: 

The Project Goal is to respond to the worsening food and nutrition security occasioned by recent crises that have negatively impacted on African feed and fodder systems and production of animal sourced foods.


To harness evidence driven solutions for short term interventions to enhance access to affordable and quality feed and fodder critical to ensuring sustainable production of animal sourced foods

The Feed and Fodder Business Development Expert within the Resilient African Feed and Fodder Systems Project will work with the Animal Production, Natural Resource Management and Resilience Expert to execute the action: Viable business models, Strategic Partnerships, Catalytic Interventions for Coordinated Action Supported to Attract Enhanced Investment for Short Term Solutions to Feed and Fodder Shortages.


Main Functions

  • The position of the Feed and Fodder Business Development Expert will support delivery of the Resilient African Feed and Fodder Systems Project through coordination and execution of the activities on Viable business models, Strategic Partnerships, Catalytic Interventions for Coordinated Action Supported to Attract Enhanced Investment for Short Term Solutions to Feed and Fodder Shortages. This will include the coordination of actors, selection and application of viable business models, and formation of strategic alliances to steer the growth of feed and fodder sectors in the selected countries. This position will support assessment of impact of crisis on the animal feed and fodder sector, and identification viable business models, and coordination of multi-stakeholder efforts to enhance access to feed and fodder in the implementing countries. The Feed and Fodder Business Development Expert will work closely with AU-IBAR Gender Expert to develop and implement Gender-Smart Investment strategies and models.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Develop and support the implementation of selected business models and strategies to address feed and fodder shortages.
  • Coordinate multi-stakeholder actions and processes towards feed and fodder production and increased investment.
  • Facilitate linkages between supply-chain actors including public and private sectors, and financial institutions, and producer organizations.
  • Support development of sector policies aimed at creating an enabling environment for feed and fodder solutions.
  • Support documentation, knowledge management and adoption of best practices and viable models across the implementing countries
  • Submit a monthly progress report on the implementation of this contract.

Education/ Work Experience Requirements:

  • A minimum of post-graduate degree (Master’s degree) in Agri-business or Business Administration, or related degree. A PhD will be considered as an added advantage.
  • Professional certification in M&E, and or Project Management.
  • Foundational training in financial management.

Relevant Experience

  • Minimum of ten (10) years of sector-level engagement in the feed and fodder sub-sector.
  • Demonstrated experience in the development and delivery of viable models for enhancing access to quality and affordable feed and fodder.
  • Evidence of supporting multiple-country feed and fodder programmes.
  • Demonstrated experience in linking and coordinating multi-actors in the feed and fodder sector.
  • Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing aggregation, functional financing, co-investment and risk management mechanisms to enhance access to feed and fodder.
  • Experience in working for or with financial institutions, public, private and development sectors will be an added advantage.
  • Evidence of participating in policy formulation or review in the feed and fodder sector. coordinating and feed and feeding policy reform.

Required Skills

  • Good networking skills and ability to maintain positive and constructive dialogue and relationships with key institutions operating in the regions;
  • Self-starter with the ability to strategically plan own work and follow-up on implementation;
  • Sector related project development, management and implementation skills at national, regional and continental levels;
  • Very strong writing, analytical and communication skills are necessary;
  • Ability to complete assignments and tasks on time;
  • Demonstrated ability to provide strong leadership and foster team environment is required.


  • Strategic Perspective
  • Skills development
  • Change Management
  • Managing Risk
  • Building Relationships
  • Learning Orientation
  • Communicating with impact

Functional Competencies

  • Conceptual Thinking
  • Job Knowledge and information sharing
  • Drive for Results
  • Fosters Innovation

How to apply: Applications should be submitted through email to: and should include the title “Feed and Fodder Business Development Expert” in the subject of the email.

Applications should include the following:

a) A Letter of Interest highlighting competence and suitability for the Position

b) Detailed curriculum vitae

c) Copies of academic and professional qualifications

d) Completed declaration on exclusion criteria in the format attached

e) Copies of identification documents

A Personal Data Protection and Privacy Statement is attached as information for the applicants.

Deadline: Applications should be submitted to the address given above by 17:00hrs, 2nd April 2023, Nairobi Local Time.


Position: Farm Officer

Location: Bungoma

Recruiter / Employer: Cheta Brigadier


  • Formulate farm working schedule
  • Create farm systems
  • Understand use of farm machinery

Education/ Work Experience Requirements:

  • Certificate in general agriculture
  • GFA training added advantage
  • Communication skills and understand local language
  • Motor bike rider added advantage

How to apply: BrighterMonday


Position: Poultry farm attendant

Location: Bungoma

Recruiter / Employer: Cheta Brigadier

About the position: Design and assign poultry productions systems Record keeping & tallying Familiar with poultry regulations


  • Design and assign poultry productions systems
  • Record keeping & tallying
  • Familiar with poultry regulations
  • Understand farm management

Education/ Work Experience Requirements:

  • Diploma in general agriculture
  • GFA training

How to apply: BrighterMonday

Photo Courtesy: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

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