Duties and Responsibilities
- Support to plan, organize, carry out and document stakeholder engagement activities (including, but not limited to, meetings, Open Days, WoC handover events, workshops, site visits by stakeholders, WoC Needs Assessments, etc.)
- Keep communities abreast of project developments and that communication channels remain open with the communities (without making confidential information public).
- Support members of the CL Team to ensure that they are capable of effectively fulfilling their roles and responsibilities.
- Receive and support to resolve and document community grievances directed towards the Company.
- Timely production and maintenance of key CL Team documentation, including, but not limited to, Minutes of Meetings, Weekly Workplan and Report, photographs, and video footage; and,
- Positively represent LTWP and WoC when engaging with internal and external stakeholders.
- To support the behaviour of working as LTWP, sharing best practice, and collaborating with colleagues outside of own sphere of business.
- To ensure full participation in the Performance Appraisal Review (PAR) process and maintain an up-to-date record of all training and development activities/programs.
- To always act and behave in a way compliant with all LTWP company guidelines and policies, especially those relating to values and behaviours, environmental health and safety, ethics and codes of conduct, as it is through living our values that we strengthen the culture of our business and demonstrate our understanding of our Code of Conduct.
- Any other duties deemed necessary and relevant by the management in the smooth running of the Wind Farm Site operations.
The above duties and responsibilities may vary from time to time and include any other responsibilities that arise during the company’s day-to-day business.
Qualifications and Experience:
- Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education.
- At least 3 years of relevant work experience or community work
- Good community relations and able to command large crowds.
- Good community and stakeholder knowledge.
- Ability to fluently speak Kiswahili, English and one of the local languages.
- Computer literacy is an added advantage.
- Ability to establish and maintain excellent contacts with colleagues, government officials as well as the local communities and their representatives.
- Self-motivated and adaptable to different cultures and people.
- Strong community liaison, mobilization and negotiation skills required.
- Proactive and Excellent people management skills.
- Excellent organizational skills with the ability to coordinate activities and projects; and,
A person of high integrity that will model LTWP core values:
- Safety consciousness
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
How to Apply
Qualified candidates should send their Cover letter and CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org clearly indicating the position they are applying for on the email subject on or before 21st February 2024.
ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED VIA THE ABOVE EMAIL ADDRESS TO BE CONSIDERED