NHC Environmental Planner Job Vacancy in Kenya January 2014

National Housing Corporation (NHC) is a statutory body constituted under the Housing Act Cap 117 Laws of Kenya and is the principle agency for housing implementation in the country.
The Corporation wishes to recruit the following vacant positions and Invites applications from eligible Kenyan citizens:

Environmental Planner 

Ref: NHC/EP/12/2013

The Environmental Planner shall be responsible for conducting environmental audits and preparation of environmental impact assessment evaluation reports, implementation of the NHC environmental Management Plan (EMP) in consultation with the relevant bodies and advising the corporation on project appraisals among other duties.
 

Job Requirements
  • A Bachelors’ degree in Environmental Management studies or equivalent
  • A Post graduate Diploma in Environmental Audit and assessment or equivalent
  • Registered as an environmental assessment lead expert with NEMA.
  • Six (6) years experience in environmental planning and management
  • Computer Literate
The positions of General Managers will be on a three (3) year renewable contract term
The rest will be on permanent and pensionable basis
Successful candidates will be subject to performance contracting.
Interested candidates who meet the above criteria should send their applications in confidence together with copies of detailed and up to date certificates and testimonials indicating current and expected remuneration, and names and contacts of three referees to the following address: -
The Managing Director
National Housing Corporation
P.O. Box 30257 00100
Nairobi
Important: Applications should be in a sealed envelope clearly marked e.g  “Application for the Position of SENIOR ESTATES OFFICER – REF:NHC/SEO/12/2013” with the relevant Reference No. Quoted in bold print on the envelope.
Closing date is 10th January 2014 and only short listed candidates will be contacted.
“National Housing Corporation is on equal opportunity employer and persons with disability (PWD) are encouraged to apply”