Friday, February 03, 2006

February 3



Jobs

Oriental commercial bank: (formerly Delphis)
- Branch managers
- Head of finance
- Head of internal audit
- Head of technical services
- Head of treasury, foreign exchange, and international banking
- Deputy general manager
Apply through the executive selection division of HLB Zainash Consulting at consult@ashvir.com by February 7

K-Rep Bank
- bank clerks
- business development officers

KADET: The Kenya agency for development of enterprises & technology (KADET) a world vision international subsidiary
- Audit assistant
- Accounts assistant
Apply to kadetrecruit@wvi.org by February 8

UNDP/GOK: public sector reform/development secretariat
- Program coordinator: transformational leadership ethics and values
- Technical coordinator: information and communications
- Program officer: transformational leadership ethics and values
Apply though inmail.kenya@undp.org by February 6

Caritas
- Finance & Administration officer at Caritas, a Roman Catholic aid agency, who will be based in Nairobi, with frequent travel to Sudan and Somaliland. Apply through jobs@caritas-switzerland.org by 12 February

Millennium Villages Project MVP of the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) - based in Kisumu
- Project Manager
- Operations Manager
- Agricultural Coordinator
- Health Coordinator
- Infrastructure Coordinator
- Community Development Coordinator
- Enterprise Coordinator
Apply via icrafhru@cgiar.org by 15 February.

HLSP
HLSP is an international organisation working to improve world health with opportunities in Nairobi
- Business Manager
- Project Officer

Symphony a leading regional IT company
- channel manager
- sales executive
- products & procurement manager
- admin assistant
- senior accountant
- accounts assistant
- system engineer
apply though hrd@symphony.co.ke by 10 February.

Bank News

- IFC will set up a regional credit reference bureau in Nairobi to serve Kenya Uganda Tanzania Rwanda and Burundi.
- CFC will launch a credit card this year.
- Consolidated Bank has added on ATM’s (Kenswitch networked) in Isiolo, Nyeri and Maua.

Corporate News

Half-year corporate results as at December 31

Mumias Sugar: Six-month revenue increased from 6.39 to 6.92 billion shillings despite selling 5% sell sugar and generating 50% less cash. After tax-profit rose from 567m to 774m and the company will pay an interim dividend of .75 per share (last year was .6) to shareholders on March 27

East African Portland: Turnover at the cement company increased from 2.59m to 3.11 billion shillings and after tax profit increased from 252m to 594m shillings. The company will pay an interim divided of 1.3sh per share on March 31. The company’s performance was assisted by the strong shilling versus the Yen in which the bank is servicing a huge loan.

Unga: Turnover was flat - 3.79 billion shillings ( 3.74b in 04) and after tax profit is still low, but increased from 34 to 73 million in the half year.

Sports
Saturday 04 February
3:30 PM AFCON:: QF 3: Nigeria vs Tunisia
4:15 PM 6 Nations:: Ireland vs Italy
5:30 PM Everton vs Man City & SS6 Birmingham vs Arsenal
6:30 PM 6 Nations:: England vs Wales
7:30 PM AFCON:: QF 4: Cameroon vs Ivory Coast
8:00 PM Man Utd vs Fulham
8:15 PM Indoor GP: Stuttgart, Germany
10:15 PM Real Madrid vs Espanol

Sunday 05 February
4:00 PM Tottenham vs Charlton
5:45 PM 6 Nations:: Scotland vs France
6:30 PM Chelsea vs Liverpool

Monday 06 February
2:00 AM ESPN Superbowl XL: Seattle Seahawks vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
7:15 AM Pakistan vs India 1st ODI

7 comments:

Tee J said...

Yani I'm bila psyche for superbowl. It just aint the same when NE isn't playing..:(

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for put up job postings regularly. I really appreciate it and i'm sure there are others who do as well.

Whispering Inn said...

Aah! Janet Jackson's glory!
Doubt we will be treated to another "malfuntion" on Sunday.
Can't wait for the game though.
Where do you guys watch the game in Nairobi?

Msanii_XL said...

well the superbowl was a 'game', half sustained drives, the commercials were so so, what the hell is mick jagger doing singing(ok atleast live),

Cameroon losing to ivory coast left me bitter.

The toffes are hitting stride, the gd though hideous

bankelele said...

Tee J: Too early in the morning to watch here.

Whispering Inn: They should have brough back Janet. Game is shown on ESPN, but was too tired to wake up and watch at 2 A.M - am sure Choices had it.
Msanii_XL: Didn't watch Super Bowl, But agree that they should have recognized Motown music instead of importing teh rolling stones.

Cameroon vs Ivory Coast was an unforgetable ending. Was neutral, so unaffected by the outcome.

Kenyananalyst said...

I'm a Gunner, Steeler, Real Madrid, Nigeria & Brazil fun. You blog well on financial matters. Have you considered a political career in future (to give political oversight in this field) in future? Just a thought. Otherwise do keep it up. You make for great reading!

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