Kenya Research and Policy Lead

Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP)

Nairobi, , KE

Duration: Full-time: 40 hours per week
Location:  Nairobi, Kenya
Salary:  WSUP offers competitive compensation package (gross annual) from KES 3,500,000 to 4,000,000 based on relevant experience inclusive of other admissible organizational benefits.

About the role
WSUP Kenya are seeking a Research & Policy Lead to coordinate WSUP’s sector influence and research activities in Kenya. The Research & Policy Lead will develop and implement WSUP Kenya’s sector influence strategy from 2016-2020, providing key support to the Country Programme Manager.

In conjunction with WSUP’s Evaluation, Research and Learning (ERL) team based in London, the Research & Policy Lead will design and manage the organisation’s research-into-policy programme from 2016-2020. The successful candidate will coordinate WSUP’s research and research-into-policy efforts, as well as the Kenya team’s ongoing sector influencing/advocacy work, ensuring cohesion between WSUP Kenya and WSUP London regarding research and sector influence.

To apply
1. Download the Job Description and Application Form
2. Complete the application form fully – Applications will be scored against the evidence you provide for the criteria listed. Repeating or paraphrasing the wording of the criteria will result in a zero score. You need to provide specific examples from your experience demonstrating how you meet the criteria, under each criteria point. Explain the context, your role, the task/situation, your actions, the outcome, and the learning points.
3. Submit the application form and complete an equal opportunities here

Application deadline: 25th November 2016
Interview date: December 19th 2016