Jobs Vacancies at PATH Kenya
Jobs Vacancies at PATH Kenya
PATH is an international organization that drives transformative innovation to save lives and improve health, especially among women and children. We accelerate innovation across five platforms-vaccines, drugs, diagnostics, devices, and system and service innovations-that harness our entrepreneurial insight, scientific and public health expertise
The Investigations Associate will be responsible for the following duties, under the supervision of the Ethics and Compliance Officer:
- Upholding PATH’s values and the integrity of PATH’s allegations and investigations management process.
- Undertaking, either individually or jointly with other team members, investigation tasks and enquiries in response to allegations of violation of PATH’s policies governing conduct. Representative tasks include assessing the nature of reported complaints; establishing the elements of the alleged offences; gathering, preparing, and analyzing evidence; obtaining and reviewing relevant documentation; conducting interviews and taking statements; evaluating facts, determining findings, and formulating conclusions and recommendations; generating or reviewing comprehensive written investigation reports; documenting all investigative steps; and generating and tracking allegations-related data.
- Managing communication with internal and external parties including subjects (respondents), victims, and witnesses.
- Contributing to the development of policies, procedures, and guidance material relevant to the allegations management process based on applicable best practice, trends, and industry developments.
- Supporting quarterly reporting to the Executive Team and Board.
- Performing other duties as required.
- A minimum of three years of professional experience in conducting workplace investigations and forensic audits.
- Experience with safeguarding investigations.
- Experience in trauma-informed, survivor-centered allegations management principles and practices.
- Experience conducting interviews with victims, witnesses, or subjects (respondents).
- Experience in the nonprofit and/or international NGO sectors a plus.
A bachelor’s degree in any of the following fields:
- Accounting, finance, or any other business-related field.
- Law, compliance, or any other related field.
- Gender studies, human rights, international relations, criminal justice or related field
Professional certifications in any of the following fields:
- Business such as Certified Public Accountant (in respective country).
- Forensic and Fraud Investigations such as Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).
- Any other relevant certifications in the fields of safeguarding, fraud risk management, corporate intelligence, forensic audits & investigations, fraud monitoring & assurance and forensic technology.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English required.
- Working knowledge of French is a plus.
Knowledge, skills, and abilities:
- High standards of professional and personal integrity.
- Demonstrated success producing quality results in a fast-paced environment.
- Ability to manage high volumes of complex, sensitive information and evidence while maintaining confidentiality.
- Strong research, analytical, and problem-solving skills.
- Outstanding initiative and attention to detail, accuracy, and timeliness.
- Excellent judgment and discretion.
- Flexibility and capacity to adapt to changing environments and plans.
- Ability to remain respectful, empathetic, and diplomatic in challenging, high-pressure contexts.
- Skill in developing and maintaining strong working relationships.
- Ability to work effectively in a multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary environment in a nondiscriminatory manner, with respect for diversity.
- Operate the assigned vehicle.
- Drive project staff, consultants, and visitors as needed/assigned.
- Fill and maintain the vehicle movement log sheets in accordance with PATH Kenya policies.
- Prepare and submit monthly vehicle fuel utilization and maintenance reports to the administrative officer or his or her delegate.
- Run office errands, collect mail, and deliver packages/parcels across the project’s field offices and sites.
- Check the vehicle conditions after each trip/routinely and report all maintenance needs to the Senior Administrative Assistant or his/her delegate on a regular basis.
- Keep vehicle equipment, tools, first aid kits, spares, etc safe always.
- Keep the vehicle ready, clean, and on standby – ready for use always.
- Cooperate and be of assistance to staff and visitors on route planning and navigation.
- Adhere to the project’s and PATH Kenya’s fleet management regulations.
- Adhere to the Kenya Highway code.
- Assist in workshops/training materials preparations and delivery when called upon.
- Execute any relevant duty that the supervisor may assign from time to time.
- At least 4 years of driving experience, preferably in a busy NGO setup.
- Valid driver’s license, Government Grade Test 2 or above.
- Certificate of good conduct
- A minimum of KCSE D+ certificate or its equivalent.
- Strong organizational skills.
- Fluency in spoken and written English
- Vast Knowledge of Kenyan roads and terrain, specifically in Western Kenya
- Proper understanding of Kenyan highway code/traffic rules and regulations.
- Ability and willingness to work extra hours when required.
- Basic computer skills and training in vehicle mechanics will be an added advantage.
Method of Application
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