National Government Affirmative Action Fund County Coordinator Job-Samburu

National Government Affirmative Action Fund County Coordinator Job-Samburu

County Coordinator Job,  Social Work Kenyan Jobs 2023,

Ref: NGAAF/08/02/2023: COUNTY COORDINATOR – NGAAF 6 (47 Posts)-All 47 Counties


Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the County Coordinator will be responsible for:-

  • Implementing policies, programmes, standards, guidelines on the mandate of the Fund programmes;
  • Conducting Civic Education and community sensitization through public education and advocacy; 
  • Promoting value addition initiatives for products and services of affirmative action groups;
  • Promoting socio cultural development and nurturing of talent for affirmative action groups;
  • Collaborating with stakeholder engagement in identification of projects;
  • Coordinating public education and advocacy on enhancement of access to services for survivors of gender-based violence, female genital mutilation, child marriages or forced marriages;
  • Receiving, review and recommend project proposals to the board for approval;
  • Developing and implement proposals for establishment of rescue centers, legal aid centers, drug and substance abuse rehabilitation and counselling centers in conjunction with the relevant government agencies;
  • Implementing disbursement of bursaries and scholarships to access education opportunities for affirmative action groups;
  • Undertaking civic education and community sensitization on the National Government affirmative action programmes and policies;
  • Coordinating project formulation and implementation for affirmative action groups;
  • Ensuring projects recommended for funding are guided by national development priorities and comply with the object and purpose of the Fund;
  • Undertaking capacity building for affirmative action groups;
  • Developing and execute project designs, work plans and budget on programmes; 
  • Implementing partnerships and linkages with relevant training providers; and
  • Implement the guidelines for approval of projects. 

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in any of the following fields: Project Planning and Management, Education, Development Studies, Community Development, Entrepreneurship, Gender Studies, Business Management/Administration or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution; 
  • Proficiency in computer application skills; and
  • Met the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution


How to Apply
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the above positions. Each application should be accompanied by a CV with names of three professional referees, daytime telephone contact, a cover letter indicating the position applied for in the subject header and all relevant certificates and testimonials addressed to:

The Chief Executive Officer
National Government Affirmative Action Fund
P.O. BOX 48272-00100


Send via mail to:

Or hand delivered to:

The Chief Executive Officer
National Government Affirmative Action Fund ABSA Building, 16th floor
P.O BOX 48272-00100

The applications should be received on or before 24th March, 2023 at 5:00pm

Please note:

  • Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
  • Canvassing in any form will lead to automatic disqualification
  • The National Government Affirmative Action Fund is committed to availing equal opportunities to ALL KENYANS. Female candidates, youths and persons living with disabilities are encouraged to apply
  • Successful candidates will be appointed on a three (3) years contract period renewable subject to satisfactory performance