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Business Finance and Operations – Executive Assistant


Supporting the Chief of Business Finance and Operations (CBFO) and BFO Leadership team

  • Facilitate and initiate executive communications (with a high sense of urgency and proactivity) with different stakeholders, inclusive of PATH finance and audit committee, PATH leadership team, BFO leadership team and all PATH.
  • Serve as the primary point of administrative contact and liaison between the chief BFO and the rest of the organization including the board of director.
  • Provide administrative support to CBFO and to the BFO LT (scheduling, planning and executing) supporting the execution of our finance rhythm of the business (Quarterly committees, QBR, board meetings, ET meetings, BFO LT meetings).
  • Coordinate and initiate executive communication drafts as required (CEO memo, Quarterly committees, LT and all PATH communications).
  • Manage back-office administration to the BFO and broader BFO LT leadership team (travel logistics, expense reports, proof reading and other ah hoc requests).
  • Coordinate arrangements for conferences, workshops, large meetings involving BFO LT, and other events.
  • Update/maintain BFO site(s), distribution lists, organizational charts, and Team Channels.
  • Support Annual Review of the Delegation of Organizational Signature Authority (DoSA) and maintain the DoSA collaboration site in partnership with the controller.
  • Update and maintain BFO sites, including a few related subsites: BFO SharePoint, BFO mentorship, BFO new staff onboarding, Finance, Global Accounting, Procurement, and Treasury.
  • Provide administrative and business support to the BFO leadership team as required.

Internal Liaison

  • Maintain/update/promote the Support Staff Resources site.
  • Support the staff Team and other Executive Assistants to answer questions/provide resources and updates.
  • Provide logistical support for large global meetings in Seattle and other locations as requested.
  • Support/mentor PATH Program Assistants.

Required skills and experience:

  • Minimum of 10 years providing high level executive administrative support
  • Experience working with international teams across different continents.
  • A bachelor’s degree in business administration or related relevant field – master’s degree in business administration is a plus.
  • Resourceful, proactive, and independent. Act with a high sense of urgency
  • Proven competency in information technology including proficiency in MS and applications.

Investigations Associate


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.

Minimum Requirements


  • 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.
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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.

Intern Field Officer

Description of the project the intern will complete:

In collaboration with the county EPI lead for Garissa County:

  • Coordinate field activities related to pilot testing of immunization demand solutions.
  • Ensure timely communication with all relevant stakeholders including county health team and PATH Living Labs team on matters relating to implementation of the solutions.
  • Keep record of field activities and update County EPI Lead and PATH Living Labs Lead of progress, challenges and adaptations being made.
  • Collect, manage and analyze data related to impact of solutions.
  • Collaborate virtually with project teams and other stakeholders.
  • Adhere to Living Labs procedures for human subjects’ research including privacy and confidentiality.

Benefit to Intern:

  • Capacity building their skills to be able to conduct the full cycle of Human Centered Design

Internship’s goals and learning objectives:

  • Introduction and orientation to HCD
  • Opportunity to integrate professional knowledge on into how Living Labs applies HCD.

Proposed activities:

  • Start to end interviews with caregivers, health care workers, community opinion leaders.
  • Conduct complete phases of human centered design- 4D approach.
  • Be able to independently utilize HCD tools.
  • Report writing

Learning outcomes (how the Intern’s performance will be evaluated):

  • Monthly targets set and evaluated by performance manager and documented in intern files

Required Skills and Experience:

  • Ability to engage users through virtual tools.
  • Comfortable with working openly and transparently, sharing works-in-progress, failures, successes, and lessons-learned.
  • Creative and curious.
  • Voracious learner.
  • Passionate about addressing health issues in low-resource settings.
  • Receptive to and values open and honest feedback from colleagues and stakeholders.
  • Fearless about sharing ideas.
  • Independent thinker that takes initiative.
  • A bachelor’s degree in social sciences
  • Must be a native of Garissa County who understands the county well and speaks the local language.


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