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International Rescue Committee

Vacancy: Clinical Officer - Ophthalmology
 
Sector: Health 

Location: Kenya 

Employee Type: Regular  

Employee Category: Full Time
 
Job Purpose /  Objective: The ophthalmic Clinical Officer / Cataract surgeon has the overall responsibility to ensure that all eye health activities are implemented as outlined in the project documents.

Review the eye program activities and priorities on a regular basis updating the senior ophthalmic clinical officer on gaps and/or provide recommendations on how to improve quality of services as well as the planning, implementation and management of the IRC Eye program in the entire Dadaab camp.

Key Responsibilities :

Program management:
·                     In coordination with the senior Ophthalmic clinical officer, formulate program goals, objectives and intervention strategies and participate in the budgeting process
·                     Ensure that all eye health activities are implemented as outlined in the project documents
·                     Review the program activities and priorities on a regular basis updating the senior clinical officer ophthalmologist and eye care service delivery to the patients in Dadaab camp.
Human Resource Management:
·                     Monitoring, guidance and supervision to all eye staff to ensure quality work outcome
·                     Provide technical and administration work guidelines that are within the IRC policy
·                     Management of staff leave plans within the program to ensure continuous program coverage
Program activities:
·                     Provide consultations at the eye clinic 6 days a week
·                     Diagnose, manage and conduct cataract surgeries as required.
·                     Increase community health workers’ awareness on eye conditions and eye care by  conducting primary Eye care  trainings
·                     Perform minor eye surgeries ,trachoma surgeries and refer complicated cases appropriately
·                     Take part in planning and participating in  surgical eye camps.
·                     Ensure that all assessments and treatment provided are properly documented in patient files
·                     Admit to the wards and provide quality management for eye in-patients
·                     Maintain equipment in a good condition and submit regular inventory reports of the same
·                     Attend and participate in weekly Continuous Medical Education (CME) sessions at the hospital.
·                     Attend and participate in the daily morning hospital handover meetings
·                     Keep a complete and accurate inventory of medicines, equipments and other supplies in the program.
Reporting and Coordination:
·                     Assist the Senior Ophthalmic Clinical Officer in preparation and submission of the weekly and monthly activity reports to the HIS office and the DOS/MOH.
·                     Compile and submit quarterly returns/requisition of all drugs and supplies to the  Senior ophthalmic officer and Health manager
·                     Assist the Senior Ophthalmic officer in preparation and submission of the monthly donor reports of the eye program.
·                     Liaise and partner with eye healthcare providers within the larger Dadaab complex
Others:
·                     Carry out other relevant duties as may be required or assigned by your supervisor.
Key Result Areas :
·                     Quality eye care services offered to patients
·                     Provision of corrective glasses to those with refractive errors
·                     Timely surgical management/ referrals of eye injuries
·                     Timely reporting of project activities
·                     Conducting Eye Care Trainings and Screening exercises as required
Required Qualifications:
·                     Higher Diploma in Clinical Medicine- Ophthalmology/ Cataract surgery.
·                     Registered with the Clinical Officers Council
·                     Minimum of 3 years work experience as a Ophthalmic Clinical Officer at a supervisory level
Required Experience & Competencies:
·                     Ability to write clear, concise reports and well developed communication skills
·                     Good computer skills (Complete MS Office package and any database management and analysis)
·                     Must be a team player, flexible and culturally sensitive
·                     Ready to work in difficult environmental conditions
·                     Ability to accept the possibility of insecurity in the project areas and obey security rules and standard operating procedures
Kenyan nationals are encouraged to apply.  

International allowances are not available for this position. 

Salary and employee benefits are compliant to the Kenyan NGO Sector.

How to Apply

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Grants Intern(Somalia Program)
 
Sector: Grants 

Location: Kenya  

Employee Type:Intern 

Employee Category: Full Time
 
Summary of Responsibilities: The Grants Intern will be working under the direct supervision of the Grants and Fundraising Coordinator and Grants Manager, largely supporting the Grants Manager.

She/He will be responsible for contributing to a large variety of Grants Unit activities listed in detail below. 

The job requires extreme adaptability to different personality types, professional organization and initiative in independent problem solving. 

The Somalia Country Office has designed the intern position to allow for increasing responsibility as the internship progresses.

This position will include a professional development project, subject to the interests of the candidate. 

This could include: a rotation through the various departments at IRC Somalia to gain exposure to the different facets of a large international humanitarian organization’s operation; a one-on-one mentorship with a specific staff member whose work is of interest (given the agreement of both parties); or a concentration on skill-building in one certain aspect of the Grants unit (i.e. communications, capacity-building partnerships, etc). 

The IRC is a large organization with a range of skilled personnel. 

We find it imperative that the internship includes a learning component from which the candidate can benefit professionally in the long-term.

Key Responsibilities:

Grant Management


Donor Reporting
·                     Track and manage hard donor deadlines regularly and maintain communications with donors
·                     Work with sector coordinators to receive progress updates on individual grants and projects
·                     Review and edit monthly, quarterly, and annual reports on projects
Grant Tracking
·                     Organize and maintain information on grants, sectors, programs, and individual projects
·                     Keep documents up-to-date on country office portfolio, ending and beginning grants, etc
Sub-Grant Management
·                     Familiarize oneself with the varying sub-grant partnerships across IRC Somalia programs and monitor the relationship for the duration of the grant, relaying issues to relevant staff when necessary
·                     Work with grant manager to liaise with sub-grant partner on sub-agreement issues for the duration of the sub-grant; i.e. financial reporting, funds disbursement, technical reporting, amendments to the sub-grant budget, and any issues with the partnership; support grant manager on such
·                     Focus on capacity-building of partner and keep regular communication
Budget Tracking and Coordination
·                     Support grant manager in Grant Opening, Closing, and Check-in meetings, bringing together all relevant staff, sometimes at Nairobi and field-levels, to go over financial, procurement, and reporting needs
·                     Track budget vs. actual spending of grants monthly (country portfolio of around $9mil); coordinate with staff at field and Nairobi-level to resolve budgetary issues
·                     Support in meetings as necessary to ensure necessary spending and adherence to donor agreement
Communications and Advocacy
·                     Create other communications pieces as necessary as time allows; press releases or media advisories for events in the field, news articles on changes in programs or context (when newsworthy), or key programmatic achievements
Required Qualifications:
·                     University Degree underway or recently completed in Humanitarian Affairs, International Development, Finance, Non-profit Management, or other relevant fields
·                     Strong written and spoken professional English required
·                     Work experience in any field, full-time work experience in a professional office environment preferred
·                     Proficiency in EXCEL is a major advantage
·                     Writing, editing, and proofreading experience highly desired
·                     Willingness to work independently and in group settings
·                     Strong interest in the INGO or the humanitarian field and/or Somalia
How to Apply

CLICK HERE to apply online

International allowances are not available for this position

IRC leading the way from harm to home.

IRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



IRC considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability.

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