Communications Manager


CFK Africa, formerly Carolina for Kibera, seeks an experienced Communication Manager who will report to the Executive Director and is responsible for communications across various media platforms for CFK Africa. S/he will lead the implementation of CFK Africa’s communications strategy and systems as well as support all internal and external communications tasks. S/he will participate actively as a valued member of team, supporting these teams to integrate communications into each activity’s core objectives and implementation approaches.



Bachelor’s degree in communications or related digital management field.
Minimum of 5 years of experience in project support for communications and digital content creation and management.
Excellent writing, editing and oral intercultural communication skills in both Swahili and English.
Excellent photography and video production skills.
Ability to turn content from channels into media worthy stories.
Knowledge of international community development, gender and ethnicity issues, youth education, public health, and asset building a plus.
Working understanding of digital marketing tactics, strategy and execution.
Experience with event management and photography.
Experience using photo editing, video editing and desktop publishing software including Photoshop, Adobe Premiere Pro, In Design and Illustrator and/or open–source graphic design platforms.
Experience with website content development.
Work experience in the NGO sector is desired.


Compensation is dependent upon on qualifications and experience. CFK Africa offers a competitive benefit package.



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If you believe that you qualify for this position, kindly submit your CV, current and expected salary to hr@carolinaforkibera.org by 15th January, 2022.

About Carolina for Kibera

Carolina for Kibera exists to develop local leaders, catalyze positive change, and alleviate poverty in the informal settlement of Kibera in Nairobi, Kenya. We also combine service with responsible research to inform and assist participatory development in Kibera and other informal settlements globally. By maintaining a participatory focus, continuing to invest in youth, and forming key partnerships, the future is full of possibility and growth for CFK.