NGO Vacancies in Kenya – World Vision (Massive Internships) 2019
Career Employment Kenya: NGO Vacancies in Kenya – World Vision (Massive Internships) 2019
Job Description: Today Work Kenya

Law Internship

Application
for the World  Vision Kenya  GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GRIP)
for October 2019 – September 2020 is open.
·        
A citizen of Kenya.
·        
Graduates who have completed a degree
course in the faculties listed below, within the period July 2018 to July 2019.

·        
Graduates who are either
beneficiaries of World Vision’s child sponsorship program or have experienced
the impact of  World Vision Kenya’s community development programs will be
given priority.

·        
Graduates who can commit their time
in the projects for the entire year.
·        
Graduates who have a genuine desire
to serve among the poor in rural and semi-urban areas of Kenya.
·        
Graduates with demonstrated good
character, honesty, high competency and generally in good physical and
emotional health, with evidence of a recent full medical check-up for placement
anywhere in Kenya.
·        
Graduates must disclose any potential
points for conflict of interest e.g. relatives working for or affiliated with
World Vision Kenya.
·        
Graduates from marginalised &
fragile contexts are encouraged to apply.
Application
for the World  Vision Kenya  GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GRIP)
for October 2019 – September 2020 is open.
·        
A citizen of Kenya.
·        
Graduates who have completed a degree
course in the faculties listed below, within the period July 2018 to July 2019.
·        
Graduates who are either
beneficiaries of World Vision’s child sponsorship program or have experienced
the impact of  World Vision Kenya’s community development programs will be
given priority.
·        
Graduates who can commit their time
in the projects for the entire year.
·        
Graduates who have a genuine desire
to serve among the poor in rural and semi-urban areas of Kenya.
·        
Graduates with demonstrated good
character, honesty, high competency and generally in good physical and
emotional health, with evidence of a recent full medical check-up for placement
anywhere in Kenya.
·        
Graduates must disclose any potential
points for conflict of interest e.g. relatives working for or affiliated with
World Vision Kenya.
·        
Graduates from marginalised &
fragile contexts are encouraged to apply.
Information Technology Internship
Application
for the World  Vision Kenya  GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GRIP)
for October 2019 – September 2020 is open.
·        
A citizen of Kenya.
·        
Graduates who have completed a degree
course in the faculties listed below, within the period July 2018 to July 2019.
·        
Graduates who are either
beneficiaries of World Vision’s child sponsorship program or have experienced
the impact of  World Vision Kenya’s community development programs will be
given priority.
·        
Graduates who can commit their time
in the projects for the entire year.
·        
Graduates who have a genuine desire
to serve among the poor in rural and semi-urban areas of Kenya.
·        
Graduates with demonstrated good
character, honesty, high competency and generally in good physical and
emotional health, with evidence of a recent full medical check-up for placement
anywhere in Kenya.
·        
Graduates must disclose any potential
points for conflict of interest e.g. relatives working for or affiliated with
World Vision Kenya.
·        
Graduates from marginalised &
fragile contexts are encouraged to apply.
Communications & Journalism
Internship
Application
for the World  Vision Kenya  GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GRIP)
for October 2019 – September 2020 is open.
·        
A citizen of Kenya.
·        
Graduates who have completed a degree
course in the faculties listed below, within the period July 2018 to July 2019.
·        
Graduates who are either
beneficiaries of World Vision’s child sponsorship program or have experienced
the impact of  World Vision Kenya’s community development programs will be
given priority.
·        
Graduates who can commit their time
in the projects for the entire year.
·        
Graduates who have a genuine desire
to serve among the poor in rural and semi-urban areas of Kenya.
·        
Graduates with demonstrated good
character, honesty, high competency and generally in good physical and
emotional health, with evidence of a recent full medical check-up for placement
anywhere in Kenya.
·        
Graduates must disclose any potential
points for conflict of interest e.g. relatives working for or affiliated with
World Vision Kenya.
·        
Graduates from marginalised &
fragile contexts are encouraged to apply.
Food Nutrition & Dietetics
Internship
Application
for the World  Vision Kenya  GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GRIP)
for October 2019 – September 2020 is open.
·        
A citizen of Kenya.
·        
Graduates who have completed a degree
course in the faculties listed below, within the period July 2018 to July 2019.
·        
Graduates who are either
beneficiaries of World Vision’s child sponsorship program or have experienced
the impact of  World Vision Kenya’s community development programs will be
given priority.
·        
Graduates who can commit their time
in the projects for the entire year.
·        
Graduates who have a genuine desire
to serve among the poor in rural and semi-urban areas of Kenya.
·        
Graduates with demonstrated good
character, honesty, high competency and generally in good physical and
emotional health, with evidence of a recent full medical check-up for placement
anywhere in Kenya.
·        
Graduates must disclose any potential
points for conflict of interest e.g. relatives working for or affiliated with
World Vision Kenya.
·        
Graduates from marginalised &
fragile contexts are encouraged to apply.
Purchasing & Supplies Management
Internship
Application
for the World  Vision Kenya  GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GRIP)
for October 2019 – September 2020 is open.
·        
A citizen of Kenya.
·        
Graduates who have completed a degree
course in the faculties listed below, within the period July 2018 to July 2019.
·        
Graduates who are either
beneficiaries of World Vision’s child sponsorship program or have experienced
the impact of  World Vision Kenya’s community development programs will be
given priority.
·        
Graduates who can commit their time
in the projects for the entire year.
·        
Graduates who have a genuine desire
to serve among the poor in rural and semi-urban areas of Kenya.
·        
Graduates with demonstrated good
character, honesty, high competency and generally in good physical and
emotional health, with evidence of a recent full medical check-up for placement
anywhere in Kenya.
·        
Graduates must disclose any potential
points for conflict of interest e.g. relatives working for or affiliated with
World Vision Kenya.
·        
Graduates from marginalised & fragile
contexts are encouraged to apply.
Application
for the World  Vision Kenya  GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GRIP)
for October 2019 – September 2020 is open.
·        
A citizen of Kenya.
·        
Graduates who have completed a degree
course in the faculties listed below, within the period July 2018 to July 2019.
·        
Graduates who are either
beneficiaries of World Vision’s child sponsorship program or have experienced
the impact of  World Vision Kenya’s community development programs will be
given priority.
·        
Graduates who can commit their time
in the projects for the entire year.
·        
Graduates who have a genuine desire
to serve among the poor in rural and semi-urban areas of Kenya.
·        
Graduates with demonstrated good
character, honesty, high competency and generally in good physical and
emotional health, with evidence of a recent full medical check-up for placement
anywhere in Kenya.
·        
Graduates must disclose any potential
points for conflict of interest e.g. relatives working for or affiliated with
World Vision Kenya.
·        
Graduates from marginalised &
fragile contexts are encouraged to apply.
Application
for the World  Vision Kenya  GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GRIP)
for October 2019 – September 2020 is open.
·        
A citizen of Kenya.
·        
Graduates who have completed a degree
course in the faculties listed below, within the period July 2018 to July 2019.

·        
Graduates who are either
beneficiaries of World Vision’s child sponsorship program or have experienced
the impact of  World Vision Kenya’s community development programs will be
given priority.
·        
Graduates who can commit their time
in the projects for the entire year.
·        
Graduates who have a genuine desire
to serve among the poor in rural and semi-urban areas of Kenya.
·        
Graduates with demonstrated good
character, honesty, high competency and generally in good physical and
emotional health, with evidence of a recent full medical check-up for placement
anywhere in Kenya.
·        
Graduates must disclose any potential
points for conflict of interest e.g. relatives working for or affiliated with
World Vision Kenya.
·        
Graduates from marginalised &
fragile contexts are encouraged to apply.
Application
for the World  Vision Kenya  GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GRIP)
for October 2019 – September 2020 is open.
·        
A citizen of Kenya.
·        
Graduates who have completed a degree
course in the faculties listed below, within the period July 2018 to July 2019.
·        
Graduates who are either
beneficiaries of World Vision’s child sponsorship program or have experienced
the impact of  World Vision Kenya’s community development programs will be
given priority.
·        
Graduates who can commit their time
in the projects for the entire year.
·        
Graduates who have a genuine desire
to serve among the poor in rural and semi-urban areas of Kenya.
·        
Graduates with demonstrated good
character, honesty, high competency and generally in good physical and
emotional health, with evidence of a recent full medical check-up for placement
anywhere in Kenya.
·        
Graduates must disclose any potential
points for conflict of interest e.g. relatives working for or affiliated with
World Vision Kenya.
·        
Graduates from marginalised &
fragile contexts are encouraged to apply.
Social Sciences Internship
Application
for the World  Vision Kenya  GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GRIP)
for October 2019 – September 2020 is open.
·        
A citizen of Kenya.
·        
Graduates who have completed a degree
course in the faculties listed below, within the period July 2018 to July 2019.
·        
Graduates who are either beneficiaries
of World Vision’s child sponsorship program or have experienced the impact of
 World Vision Kenya’s community development programs will be given
priority.
·        
Graduates who can commit their time
in the projects for the entire year.
·        
Graduates who have a genuine desire
to serve among the poor in rural and semi-urban areas of Kenya.
·        
Graduates with demonstrated good
character, honesty, high competency and generally in good physical and
emotional health, with evidence of a recent full medical check-up for placement
anywhere in Kenya.
·        
Graduates must disclose any potential
points for conflict of interest e.g. relatives working for or affiliated with
World Vision Kenya.
·        
Graduates from marginalised &
fragile contexts are encouraged to apply.
Application
for the World Vision Kenya  GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GRIP) for
October 2019 – September 2020 is open.
·        
A citizen of Kenya.
·        
Graduates who have completed a degree
course in the faculties listed below, within the period July 2018 to July 2019.
·        
Graduates who are either
beneficiaries of World Vision’s child sponsorship program or have experienced
the impact of  World Vision Kenya’s community development programs will be
given priority.
·        
Graduates who can commit their time
in the projects for the entire year.
·        
Graduates who have a genuine desire
to serve among the poor in rural and semi-urban areas of Kenya.
·        
Graduates with demonstrated good
character, honesty, high competency and generally in good physical and
emotional health, with evidence of a recent full medical check-up for placement
anywhere in Kenya.
·        
Graduates must disclose any potential
points for conflict of interest e.g. relatives working for or affiliated with
World Vision Kenya.
·        
Graduates from marginalised &
fragile contexts are encouraged to apply.
Gender & Development Internship
Application
for the World  Vision Kenya  GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GRIP)
for October 2019 – September 2020 is open.
·        
A citizen of Kenya.
·        
Graduates who have completed a degree
course in the faculties listed below, within the period July 2018 to July 2019.
·        
Graduates who are either
beneficiaries of World Vision’s child sponsorship program or have experienced
the impact of  World Vision Kenya’s community development programs will be
given priority.
·        
Graduates who can commit their time
in the projects for the entire year.
·        
Graduates who have a genuine desire
to serve among the poor in rural and semi-urban areas of Kenya.
·        
Graduates with demonstrated good
character, honesty, high competency and generally in good physical and
emotional health, with evidence of a recent full medical check-up for placement
anywhere in Kenya.
·        
Graduates must disclose any potential
points for conflict of interest e.g. relatives working for or affiliated with
World Vision Kenya.
·        
Graduates from marginalised &
fragile contexts are encouraged to apply.
If you believe you have fulfilled the above criteria,
fully complete the application form and attach the following documents:
·        
Copy of updated Curriculum Vitae
·        
Copy of National Identity Card
·        
Copy of academic transcripts
·        
Reference letter from your university
lecturer
·        
Reference letter from your religious
leader
·        
A statement of your journey of Faith
in 800 words
APPLICATION DEADLINE IS  JULY 21, 2019 (NO ONLINE
APPLICATIONS)
Click here to download the
application form fill and send the documents by  post office, courier or
hand deliver to the nearest world vision kenya regional office listed below not
later than July 21, 2019
Address to: The Director, People & Culture World
Vision Kenya, P.O. Box 50816 – 00200 Nairobi
·        
World Vision does not outsource its recruitment
process
to any organization or agency which,
through website postings, mass e-mail messages, newsletters or otherwise claims
to be doing recruitment on its behalf.
·        
World Vision does not, and will never solicit
money for any part of its recruitment processes
including short-listing, interviews, background, and/or
medical check-ups.
·        
World Vision will not be responsible for such
fraudulent correspondence
or any loss of
money or theft which may result from anyone engaging in any fraudulent
recruitment activity.

·        
Please be cautious, and if you have any
questions and/or would like to report
what
you believe to be a fraudulent World Vision recruitment person(s) or agency,
please email 
careers@wvi.org

CLICK HERE TO APPLY ONLINE