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PUBLIC RELATIONS AND COMMUNICATION CONSULTANCY

TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR).

TYPE OF CONTRACT: SHORT-TERM CONSULTANCY SIX (6) MONTHS

STARTING: 1st October 2022 – 30th March 2022

Introduction

The Nairobi Waldorf School Trust (NWST) was founded in 1999 and has two campuses in Nairobi (Lavington and Karen). The school admits children from the toddlers' group (1.5 years) to high school. The school is governed by an elected board of trustees and is connected to the global Waldorf community, part of the growing Waldorf movement in East Africa.

The NWST offers ever-relevant Waldorf education that meets the increasing demands of modern life and its related social, political, and economic issues that require creative solutions.

The Nairobi Waldorf School Trust nourishes the child's intellectual, physical, and artistic development, cultivating each child's unique contribution to the future through the unfolding of courage, compassion, and truth.

The NWST is dedicated to providing education inspired by the Waldorf philosophy by a faculty committed to teaching in ways that foster truth, beauty, and goodness. The foundation maximizes the potential for learning, loving, and creating to unfold naturally in children while helping to remove obstacles in their paths. Academics, art, music, and movement are interwoven to meet the whole child's developmental needs.

NWST prepares children to be critical thinkers whose self-understanding, compassion, expressiveness, and creative problem-solving skills equip them to take on life to its fullest potential.

The NWST ethos focuses on community, a child-centered approach to teaching, embracing diversity, organic foods, and reverence for human beings and nature.

Background

The school is undergoing expansion and growth and has recruited over 100 new children in the last two years. NWST is transitioning to a new campus in the next six months. The school seeks to set a clear strategic brand & communication plan by creating a solid and captivating brand that can attract and rally donors and the whole Waldorf community to the school's fundraising strategy.

The school targets to raise Kshs. 500m in the next five years to purchase a permanent property. In this regard, the board and management are working toward setting a strong base to ensure that the right messaging and value proposition are conceptualized and considered to build a remarkable story that can increase enrolment and positive engagement to raise critical funds.

Objectives

The key objective is to develop and implement a brand and communication strategy for the fundraising efforts through:

  •  Development of key info commercials, including videos and online graphics captured from learning and teaching activities.
  •  Converting the fundraising committee's strategic plan into actionable and implementable strategies that would raise the brand value of Nairobi Waldorf School Trust.
  •  Develop and implement a brand communication strategy to rally the NWST community to ensure a 60% turnout for school activities/functions and the NWST Annual General Meeting (AGM).
  •  Development of an internal communication strategy and implementation towards rallying all stakeholders in the Waldorf ecosystem. It will include a transition communication program that will rally all staff, parents, and the community toward one direction to safeguard the school’s values.
  •  Integrating and synergizing all the activities and strategies into one wholistic communication strategy that will get the school to build a reputable brand and piggy bank on all the positive actions that have been done and can be used across all media.
  •  Advising on a dipstick survey to see the level of brand awareness, and readiness to change, and seek opportunities to address the soft issues.

The additional impact from this assignment will include:

  •  Improving the image and brand of the school.
  •  Maintaining positive relations with the school community (parents, teachers, staff, and students).
  •  Maintaining constant, precise, and timely communication with NWST parents to increase their confidence and trust in the school.
  •  Proactively preparing a response to any rising matters that may lead to crisis.
  •  Developing new communication and information about the school that will be uploaded on the school's website.
  •  Advising on the best ways to convert the leads to new enrollment in the school.

KEY EVALUATION CRITERIA

Skills and Competency of Agency Employees

These will be given scores as indicated below based on the details in the CVS. The list provided during the application will be of the agency's employees. They will manage the account, and any replacement of key staff during the contract period must be with a person with similar qualifications. The agency must inform the Nairobi Waldorf School Trust in writing when such a replacement is done.

Minimum Number Required Responsibility Minimum Qualifications Minimum Experience Total Score
1 Executive Director A bachelor's degree from a recognized university in any field and a member of the Public Relations Society of Kenya or its equivalent. MSK/CIM

4
Minimum of 8 years experience in Communications and Public Relations handling key accounts with staff and community complement of 300 and above

{4 points for the minimum experience. 4 points for organizations above 300 staff and community complement}
12
2 Creativity Director Professional training qualification; Member of a relevant professional body. {4 scores for training qualification, one score for membership of a professional body}

5
Minimum of 5 years experience in a communications agency with a staff/community complement of over 300

Demonstrate experience in brand design, conceptualization with a minimum of 3 firms, and impact.

{2 scores for the minimum experience, 6 points with Companies with over 300 staff complement.
13
3 Marketing and Digital Marketing A bachelor's degree from a recognized university in Public Relations. Member of the Marketing Society of Kenya or equivalent.{3 scores for degree, three scores for PRSK /MSK/CIM} Minimum of 5 years experience in a public relations agency with key accounts of large corporates and more than 300 staff. Must demonstrate training in communication and expertise in media and internal communication management.

Showcase digital expertise through the experience in work done {1 score for the minimum experience. Successful campaigns and digital results 9 points, minimum of three major campaigns}
16
Total Score 41

 

COMPANY PROFILE

Company Profile and Suitability of the Agency. Items under this section will be subject to inspection visits and verification by the Waldorf team if necessary. Score
a    Proof of a minimum of three (3) years of experience in the provision of communications, public relations, marketing, event management services, and Digital Marketing. 10
b Recommendations from (three) clients per category to whom the bidder has offered similar services in the last twenty-four (48) months for the below-mentioned categories.

These shall be accompanied by a letter from each of them confirming the completion of the contracts on schedule.

At least three of the corporate clients should have a staff complement of more than 100 staff and an annual turnover of more than Ksh 200m {2 points for each recommendation with a letter} in the following,
a. Digital Media service showcases - 3 letters (6)
b. Marketing and brand development services - 3 letters (6)
c. Internal communication/change communication - 3 letters (6).
24
c Five (5) samples of successful Marketing, Digital Communication, Communications & Public Relations, and Event Management Projects undertaken in the last four years that demonstrate:
1. The problem statements.
2. Strategic approach with clear objectives and action points.
3. Outputs and outcomes from actions taken by the agency.

Demonstrate the following:
1. Effective internal communication strategy.
2. Brand development and strategy.
3. Amplification of key product/initiative through a creative consumer education campaign that utilized earned and bought media.
4. Thought out leadership and stakeholder engagement.
5. The ability to develop a high-impact strategy to mark a significant milestone through different touchpoints.
6. Highly engaging internal campaign.

10 Points per sample of Successful work
50
Total score for firm qualification 84

 

Agency Pitch

As part of the technical scoring evaluation, the agency pitch will form a substantial component of the process to identify the best-suited public relation and event management agency to provide the services as specified in the services section. The scoring criteria will focus on how best the presentation demonstrates the uniqueness of the approach in terms of the following key attributes: 45 minutes will be allocated for question and answer or a discussion regarding the presentation.

 

Attribute Internal communication strategy Brand and communication concepts Fundraising and Communication Aspects
 1  Strategic approach–Agencies will be expected to provide a comprehensive, practical, and innovative strategy.Agencies must clearly understand the problem statement, identify various stakeholders, outline clear action points and messages, have clear objectives, and have measurable outputs and outcomes.Using past case studies as a reference, agencies must demonstrate the ability to deliver the proposed ideas and further show the ability to deliver the outcomes. 15 15 15
2 Creativity-Agencies must demonstrate out-of-the-box thinking in their approach to the problem statements from the concept creation stage to the stakeholder approach to the strategy delivery.In a fast-paced and highly cluttered world, their campaigns must show potential for high recall through past case studies demonstrating the ability to deliver the promise. 15 15
3 Opti-channel approach– The way the whole campaign integrates internal communication, digital and social media, and stakeholder engagement strategies will determine its success. The agency will be expected to describe how this will be achieved and demonstrate the ability to deliver the same through past case studies. 5 5
4 Account management and metrics– The Agency, in this case, will describe its unique approach to account management and how it will integrate metrics, research findings, and media monitoring reports to various project inputs. 5 5
Total 40 40 40
Total 160

 

 

Category Total score
Agency pitch 160
Company profile 84
Skills and competency 41
Total 285
A score above 75% is a pass 274

 

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

  •  Increased parent engagement and support of the school.
  •  Fundraising strategic efforts bearing fruits with an initial Ksh 15m raised within six months.
  •  All stakeholders deeply understand the NWST goals, mission, and vision.
  •  NWST brand development program
  •  Confirmation from the stakeholders that communication and public relations have improved at the school.

NB; The Agency will work daily with the Marketing Coordinator with a weekly briefing to the School Manager and a monthly briefing to the board when invited by the Chair.

 

FINANCIALS

Activity Description Cost
Concept and brand development design We will have five concepts and brand development programs.
Development of infomercials with Voice over
30 secs
60 secs
120 secs
Minimum of
5
4
2
Development of brand material and design for all outlets and inlets Design posters on a need basis
Proposed retention income monthly fee will include all the Activities mentioned above and creativity.
Total Cost

 

NB; Nairobi Waldorf School Trust is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, national/ethnic origin or disability.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Applicants should send their application by 21st August 2022 to hr@nairobiwaldorfschool.ac.ke

NWST DEPUTY SCHOOL MANAGER

Background

The Nairobi Waldorf School Trust was founded in 1999. We welcome more than 380 children on two campuses in Nairobi, Kenya. Lavington campus consists of the toddler, playgroup, kindergarten, and primary grades 1 - 4. The Karen campus includes toddlers, playgroups, kindergarten, primary grades, and high school.

The school has a total of over 90 employees across the three campuses, including academic educators, learning support staff, musicians, games coaches, groundskeepers, full-service kitchen staff, security teams and administration. What Waldorf has to offer through Waldorf education is as relevant as ever, as the increasing demands of modern life and its related social, political, and economic issues require creative solutions.

Our school has established a nurturing and growing community that shares the vision of raising and educating children holistically, in true consciousness and love, to enable them to contribute toward establishing a more peaceful and sustainable world.

We are connected to the global Waldorf community and are part of the growing Waldorf movement in East Africa. Our school is proud to host mentors and teachers worldwide, offering a diverse experience for our children and community members alike. We are governed by an elected Board of Trustees comprised of faculty, administration, parents, and respected community members. In partnership with the school management, they develop and establish school policies, oversee financial decisions, and approve faculty and staff appointments.

We offer both Kenyans and Foreigners residing in the country an exclusive opportunity to raise competent, capable, and happy human beings.

Role Summary

The Deputy School Manager will be in charge of the NWST Lavington Campus, driving the Lavington campus performance in admission and ensuring consistent operations as per the school standards.

This role reports to the School Manager and the Board of Trustees of NWST and is responsible for growing the school, supporting the execution of the NWST strategy, ensuring compliance and policies adherence in the school, delivering on operations and general well-being of the development of the NWST Lavington Campus.

Strategic Planning

The deputy school manager serves as the primary contact and advisor of the Strategic plan implementation, ensuring high customer satisfaction for all stakeholders on the NWST Lavington campus. Owns execution of strategic plan on the NWST Lavington campus, facing service delivery, and nurtures all relationships to ensure successful performance.

Terms of Reference/Job Description:

Title Of Position: Deputy School Manager

Job Type: Full Time

Duty Station: Nairobi

Reporting Line Supervisor: School Manager

Deadline for Application: 12th August,2022

Roles and Responsibilities

  •  Manage the implementation of the NWST strategic plan.
  •  Plan and manage the change process on the campus.
  •  Develop and manage strategy implementation and annual plans, tasks, timelines, milestones, and deadlines.
  •  Coordinates work with administration and teachers by monitoring and reporting implementation status and issues on NWST Lavington Campus.
  •  Assign staff tasks and coordinate work with the administration and the pedagogical team on Lavington Campus.
  •  Disseminate the contents of the strategic plan in a manner that ensures that all implementers within the School understand its purpose, buy its objectives, and contribute towards achieving the desired results
  •  Coordinate annual implementation plans amongst the stakeholders on the NWST Lavington campus to ensure timely implementation within agreed budgetary levels.
  •  Ensuring the NWST Lavington Campus delivers the required Waldorf standards for student Wholistic learning experience.
  •  Report to the board in an agreed manner on NWST Lavington campus matters.
  •  Ensure Communication and consultation with third parties and external organizations are entered and maintained to strengthen interest in Nairobi Waldorf School Trust, NWST Lavington campus in line with the school strategic plan
  •  Conduct and manage school objectives, policies, and budgets, particularly activities defined in the annual School operational plan.
  •  Maintain and improve mechanisms for the provision of facilities, including surveying and measuring the process, outcomes and profitability and disseminating feedback to the appropriate internal entities to develop ongoing plans for facilities to achieve targets.

Management

The role of the Deputy Manager is to assist the School Manager in providing professional leadership and management of the school and to help ensure that all students receive the highest standards of care and education. In the absence of the School Manager, the Deputy school manager will undertake the overall day-to-day management of the School.

Other Roles and Responsibilities

  •  Supervising all departments and staff on the NWST Lavington Campus.
  •  Attending board meetings to report matters regarding NWST Lavington Campus.
  •  Preparing monthly board reports for NWST Lavington Campus.
  •  In liaison with the School Manager, oversee new building programs, renovations, and maintenance.
  •  In liaison with the School Manager, ensure students and staff's safety, security, and welfare on the NWST Lavington campus.
  •  Review risk management in conjunction with the school Manager.
  •  Manage and maintain contact with internal and external clients/customers.
  •  Communicate effectively with staff to ensure all school documentation is implemented, maintained, and up to date as per the school procedures.
  •  Ensuring effective communication and decision-making processes on the NWST Lavington Campus.
  •  Attending the weekly internal faculty meetings.

    Financial Management and Compliance.

    Key roles and responsibilities

    •  Responsibly use resources and control expenses to meet budgetary controls.
    •  Responsible for the annual procurement plans of the NWST Lavington Campus aiming at cost-efficient centralized purchasing.
    •  To provide logistical support for all events, meetings, and festivals.

    Skills and Competencies:

    •  Customer Focus
    •  Communicates Effectively
    •  Drives results
    •  Collaborates
    •  Self – development driven individual
    •  Optimized work processes
    •  Instills Trust
    •  Financial Stewardship
    •  Customer Focus
    •  Communicates effectively

     

    Core Qualifications

    Academic qualification
    Minimum: Degree in Education.
    Desirable: Masters in educational administration, business administration, or human resources.

    Professional qualifications
    Minimum: Teachers’ Service Commission registration
    Desirable: Teaching,Business Administration, Human resource management

    Lengths of experience
    Minimum: Five years
    Desirable: 8 + years.

    Types of experience: Teaching,Administration,Human resource management,Budgeting

    Other attributes: Financial planning and analysis,People skills,Integrity,Credibility,Commitment to work, Objectivity

    If you are interested in the position and meet the above qualifications, send your application to hr@nairobiwaldorfschool.ac.ke indicating the Deputy School Manager position on the subject line,the current and expected salary by Friday 12th August 2022.

    The Nairobi Waldorf School Trust (NWST) is an equal opportunity employer. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

NWST ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Background

The Nairobi Waldorf School Trust was founded in 1999. We welcome more than 380 children on two campuses in Nairobi, Kenya. Lavington campus consists of the toddler, playgroup, kindergarten, and primary grades 1 - 4. The Karen campus includes toddlers, playgroups, kindergarten, primary grades, and high school.

The school has a total of over 90 employees across the three campuses, including academic educators, learning support staff, musicians, games coaches, groundskeepers, full-service kitchen staff, security teams and administration. What Waldorf has to offer through Waldorf education is as relevant as ever, as the increasing demands of modern life and its related social, political, and economic issues require creative solutions.

Our school has established a nurturing and growing community that shares the vision of raising and educating children holistically, in true consciousness and love, to enable them to contribute toward establishing a more peaceful and sustainable world.

We are connected to the global Waldorf community and are part of the growing Waldorf movement in East Africa. Our school is proud to host mentors and teachers worldwide, offering a diverse experience for our children and community members alike. We are governed by an elected Board of Trustees comprised of faculty, administration, parents, and respected community members. In partnership with the school management, they develop and establish school policies, oversee financial decisions, and approve faculty and staff appointments.

We offer both Kenyans and Foreigners residing in the country an exclusive opportunity to raise competent, capable, and happy human beings.

Terms of Reference/Job Description:

Title Of Position: Administrative Assistant

Job Type: Full Time

Duty Station: Nairobi

Reporting Line Supervisor: Deputy School Manager

Deadline for Application: 12th August,2022

Roles and Responsibilities

  •  Maintain an open flow of communication with all constituencies in the School.
  •  Responsible for communicating to parents effectively and promptly about all issues regarding school events and schedule changes.
  •  Take calls and messages, greet visitors, meet prospective parents, guide them through the application and admission procedure and follow up on inquiries to secure an admission.
  •  Typing and processing various documents as and when required.
  •  Keeping a daily check on the e-mails sent to the office along with answering them and taking care of correspondence as directed, all in a timely and efficient manner.
  •  Maintaining and keeping a record of parent contact lists and ensuring the changes are kept up to date.
  •  Provide the Finance Coordinator with the updated list of parents and children no later than the second week of a term to prepare invoices.
  •  Update the notice boards by posting and removal of outdated materials.
  •  File all correspondence and retrieve information from active files or archives upon request.
  •  To organize all events, meetings, and festivals.
  •  Organizing for Photo Day.
  •  Disbursing petty cash, receipt of payments, and banking of the same and reconciling these with the School Finance Coordinator weekly.

Inventory

  •  Develop and maintain a teaching and learning materials inventory system.
  •  Keeping a check on all the things required in the office and ordering them accordingly.
  •  Issuing of class materials.

    School Trips and Transport

    •  Make transport arrangements for staff members and visiting mentors if they have been dispatched on a work-related trip.
    •  Regularly inspect school buses and other transport options to ensure safety and security.
    •  Arrange transport for the School trip and maintain a register of all children going on the trip

    Core Qualifications:

  •  A minimum of Diploma /Bachelor’s degree in Education or administration
  •  At least two years of school administration experience
  •  Waldorf Experience will be an added advantage

Competencies and Attributes:

  •  Good interpersonal skills
  •  Great communication skills
  •  Strong analytical skills
  •  Attention to detail.
  •  Influencing skills
  •  A team player who can get on with tasks and achieve results
  •  Take responsibility for tasks, prioritizing and scheduling own work with clear deadlines.
  •  Enjoy taking responsibility

If you are interested in the position and meet the above qualifications, send your application to hr@nairobiwaldorfschool.ac.ke indicating the Administrative Assistant position on the subject line,the current and expected salary by Friday 12th August 2022.

The Nairobi Waldorf School Trust (NWST) is an equal opportunity employer. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER WITH IB

Subject Combination: Biology / Physics

Background

The Nairobi Waldorf School Trust was founded in 1999. We welcome more than 380 children on two campuses in Nairobi, Kenya. Lavington campus consists of the toddler, playgroup, kindergarten, and primary grades 1 - 4. The Karen campus includes toddlers, playgroups, kindergarten, primary grades, and high school.

The school has a total of over 90 employees across the three campuses, including academic educators, learning support staff, musicians, games coaches, groundskeepers, full-service kitchen staff, security teams and administration. What Waldorf has to offer through Waldorf education is as relevant as ever, as the increasing demands of modern life and its related social, political, and economic issues require creative solutions.

Our school has established a nurturing and growing community that shares the vision of raising and educating children holistically, in true consciousness and love, to enable them to contribute toward establishing a more peaceful and sustainable world.

We are connected to the global Waldorf community and are part of the growing Waldorf movement in East Africa. Our school is proud to host mentors and teachers worldwide, offering a diverse experience for our children and community members alike. We are governed by an elected Board of Trustees comprised of faculty, administration, parents, and respected community members. In partnership with the school management, they develop and establish school policies, oversee financial decisions, and approve faculty and staff appointments.

We offer both Kenyans and Foreigners residing in the country an exclusive opportunity to raise competent, capable, and happy human beings.

Job Type: Full Time

Location: Nairobi

Application Deadline: 4th July 2022.

Job Purpose: To teach and educate learners according to the IB curriculum and the education needs, abilities, and attainment of the potential of individual students.

Roles and Responsibilities

  •  Plan, prepare and deliver lessons to all students in the class.
  •  Teach according to education needs, abilities, and achievements of individual students and groups of students.
  •  Adopt and work towards the implementation of the school development plan.
  •  Assess, record, and report students' development, progress, attainment, and behaviour to parents and relevant officials.
  •  Contribute to oral and written assessments, reports, and references relating to students.
  •  Comply with arrangements within the national framework for the appraisal of student performance.
  •  Promote general progress and wellbeing of students.
  •  Provide guidance and advice to students on educational and social matters and their further education
  • and future careers; provide information on more expert advice sources.
  •  Communicate, collaborate and consult with other school staff members, including those having posts of special responsibility and parents/guardians, to ensure the best interest of students.
  •  Review and evaluate their teaching and learning strategies, methodologies, and programs aligned with the school and national curriculum.
  •  Advise and collaborate with other teachers and school officials to prepare and develop courses to study, teaching materials, teaching programs, teaching methods, and assessment.
  •  Ensure high standards of professional practice and quality of teaching in their classroom.
  •  Participate in education and training courses as well as continuing professional development.
  •  Maintain order and discipline among students and continuously safeguard their health and safety.
  •  Participate in staff, parent, and student meetings.
  •  Ensure the safe custody, use, and periodic maintenance of equipment used during lessons.
  •  Monitor attendance of students in class.
  •  Any other assigned duties.

Skills and Qualifications required:

  •  A bachelor's degree in education (Biology/Physics)
  •  Must be registered with the Teachers Service Commission (TSC)
  •  Must have a Diploma in International Baccalaureate (IB)
  •  At least five years of experience in teaching the International Baccalaureate.
  •  A Certificate/Diploma in Waldorf Education will be an added advantage
  •  The candidate should have computer skills
  •  Good communication skills
  •  Passionate about teaching

If you are interested in the position and meet the above qualifications, send your application to hr@nairobiwaldorfschool.ac.ke indicating the Primary School Teacher position on the subject line by 17th July 2022.

The Nairobi Waldorf School Trust (NWST) is an equal opportunity employer. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

SCHOOL NURSE/COUNSELOR

Background

The Nairobi Waldorf School Trust was founded in 1999. We welcome more than 370 children on two campuses in Nairobi, Kenya. Lavington campus consists of the toddler, playgroup, kindergarten, and primary grades 1 - 4. The Karen campus includes toddlers, playgroups, kindergarten, primary grades, and high school.

The school has 100 employees across the three campuses, including academic educators, learning support staff, musicians, games coaches, groundskeepers, full-service kitchen staff, security teams, and administration. What Waldorf has to offer through Waldorf education is as relevant as ever, as the increasing demands of modern life and its related social, political, and economic issues require creative solutions.

Our school has established a nurturing and growing community that shares the vision of raising and educating children holistically, in true consciousness and love, to enable them to contribute towards establishing a peaceful and sustainable world.

We are connected to the global Waldorf community and are part of the growing Waldorf movement in East Africa. Our school is proud to host mentors and teachers worldwide, offering a diverse experience for our children and community members.

We offer both Kenyans and Foreigners residing in the country an exclusive opportunity to raise balanced, free individuals who are capable of critical, creative, and flexible thinking.

Terms of Reference/Job Description:

Title Of Position: School Nurse/ Counsellor

Job Type: Full Time

Duty Station: Nairobi

Reporting Line Supervisor: School Administrator

Deadline for Application: 15th, July,2022

Job Summary:

  • Provide health services to students at school. Help with preventive care by educating students on avoiding communicable diseases and having proper hygiene and sanitation.
  • Work as a School Counsellor to develop and implement a counseling program to assist students in their personal, social, and academic development.

Duties and Responsibilities

      School Nurse

  •  Provide primary healthcare to students and staff in case of injury or illness.
  •  Attend to emergencies in school
  •  Create a clean and comfortable sickbay area.
  •  Document students' injuries and illnesses and keep this information confidential.
  •  Educate students and staff on healthy habits, such as proper nutrition and hygiene
  •  Ensure school environment is safe for children and school staff (e.g., prevention of infectious diseases)
  •  Ensure compliance with government health laws
  •  Promote healthy eating and wellness programs.
  •  Communicate with management regularly.

School Counsellor

  •  Listen to students’ concerns regarding social, academic, emotional, or personal issues.
  •  Provide students and staff with support and guidance on how to deal with problems.
  •  Mediate and improve relationships among NWST community members.
  •  Provide Counseling services to individuals and groups as required.
  •  Work with students to develop and improve their skillset.
  •  Refer students and staff to other support services and mental health professional where necessary.

      Critical Skills and Competencies:

  •  Degree in Nursing
  •  Diploma/Certificate or training in counseling
  •  Working experience as a school nurse or a regular nurse.
  •  At least 3 years of experience as a School Counsellor
  •  Knowledge in essential Occupational Health and Safety.
  •  Working knowledge of counseling models, methods, and resources.
  •  Ability to identify and respond to students ‘and staff needs.
  •  Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills
  •  Excellent listening and problem-solving skills.
  •  Warm, caring, patient, and compassionate disposition
  •  High level of integrity.
  •  Critical-thinking skills.

 

If you are interested in the position and meet the above qualifications, send your application to hr@nairobiwaldorfschool.ac.ke indicating the Nurse/Counselor position on the subject line by 15th July 2022.

The Nairobi Waldorf School Trust (NWST) is an equal opportunity employer. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.