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NGO Job in Kenya - ICAP

ICAP of Columbia University is working with a consortium of partners led by Jhpiego and APHIA Plus to implement activities in support of the USAID-funded APHIA Plus Service Delivery Program in Central and Eastern Counties. 

The APHIA Plus Program is designed to contribute substantively to the United States Government and Government of Kenya goals in HIV and AIDS, TB, Reproductive Health/Family Planning, malaria and maternal and child health.
 

Applications are invited for the following position:
 
Position: Program Officer
 
Location: Embu with travel to APHIA Plus sites in the region
 
Overall Function
 
The Program Officer will plan and perform day-to-day implementation of HIV and care and TB/HIV treatment services at APHIA Plus facilities, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health. 

Key Responsibilities: 
  • Planning and implementation of HIV care and treatment services and TB/HIV activities at supported facilities 
  • Provide on-going supervision of HIV care and treatment and TB/HIV programs 
  • Co-ordinate mentorship of facility staff 
  • Participate in quality assurance/quality improvement of HIV and TB/HIV programs 
  • Assist in program monitoring and evaluation 
  • Preparation of budgets, work plans, reports and other technical papers
Minimum Requirements:  
  • Diploma in Clinical Medicine or Degree in Medicine 
  • At least three years’ experience in program planning 
  • Experience with HIV programming 
  • Familiarity with district-level health care programs in Kenya 
  • Clinical experience in HIV management 
  • Strong supervisory and management skills

Position: Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
 
Location: Kisumu with travel to ICAP sites in Nyanza
 
Overall Function:
 
The incumbent will work under the overall guidance of the Director of Monitoring and Evaluation to provide technical support in the planning and implementation of monitoring and evaluation (ME) activities within the ICAP HIV prevention, care and treatment program. 

The appointee will work under the supervision of the regional Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Officer.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Support routine and cohort data collection, 
  • Provide technical support to facility and district health records personnel 
  • Together with program teams, develop and operationalize a schedule for monthly facility and district level monitoring visits to review HIV service delivery and programs and data with a view to identifying gaps for support and mentorship. 
  • Lead in the active audit of both paper M&E tools and electronic medical records (EMRs) for data quality assurance Ensure an uninterrupted supply of M&E tools 
  • Train, mentor and evaluate performance of EMR health records officers 
  • Provide technical support to program teams in the design of new M&E data collection tools
Requirements: 
  • Degree in a Health Records Information, Epidemiology, Biostatistics or related field 
  • At least 2 years experience in HIV program 
  • Ability to plan and manage simultaneous competing priorities with little supervision.

Position: Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
 
Location: Machakos with travel to ICAP sites in Eastern South

Overall Function:
 
The incumbent will work under the overall guidance of the Director of Monitoring and Evaluation to provide technical support in the planning and implementation of monitoring and evaluation (ME) activities within the ICAP HIV prevention, care and treatment program. 

The appointee will work under the supervision of the regional Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Officer.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Support routine and cohort data collection, 
  • Provide technical support to facility and district health records personnel 
  • Together with program teams, develop and operationalize a schedule for monthly facility and district level monitoring visits to review HIV service delivery and programs and data with a view to identifying gaps for support and mentorship.
  • Lead in the active audit of both paper M&E tools and electronic medical records (EMRs) for data quality assurance 
  • Ensure an uninterrupted supply of M&E tools 
  • Train, mentor and evaluate performance of EMR health records officers 
  • Provide technical support to program teams in the design of new M&E data collection tools
Requirements: 
  • Degree in a Health Records Information, Epidemiology, Biostatistics or related field 
  • At least 2 years experience in HIV program 
  • Ability to plan and manage simultaneous competing priorities with little supervision.
All applications including a current CV, telephone number and 3 professional referees (preferably current/previous supervisors with their Telephone numbers and Email addresses) should be sent to the HR and Administration Manager, ICAP icap.vacancies@gmail.com on or before 24th July 2013.
 
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
 
ICAP is an equal opportunity employer
 

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