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NGO Jobs in Kenya – EGPAF

The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) is a Global leader in the fight against Pediatric HIV and AIDS, working in 15 Countries at over 5,500 sites around the world to prevent the transmission of HIV to children, and to help those already infected. 

In Kenya, EGPAF works in partnership with the Ministry of Health and various County Governments to support HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment. 

EGPAF is mainly funded by PEPFAR through The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), The United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

EGPAF in Kenya is recruiting for Finance and Administration Officer to be based in Lodwar.

The Role

 

The Finance and Administration Officer will work to:
  • Administer the Project finance tasks for Lodwar office. This includes providing accounting support, ensuring the implementation of financial policies and procedures in order to ensure cost effective and timely reporting and compliance.
  • Other operational functions include Human Resource, Administration, ICT, procurement and logistics, and other coordination activities. This will  involve ensuring compliance with the Foundation and other relevant policy guidelines in order to realize smooth operations
  • The Finance and Administration Officer, with dotted reporting line to the SDA Lodwar office and Finance Manager based in Nairobi, will report the Field Operations Coordinator.
Key Responsibilities

Finance
  • Ensure that appropriate finance systems are maintained, and all procedures and controls are implemented.
  • Maintain financial records, handling of staff advances, retirements and making financial returns to Nairobi Office.
  • Manage bank accounts, and the transfer of money between head-office, country office and field offices.
  • Monitor cash-flow.
  • Ensure that all monthly transactions are posted to the Quick Books.
  • Prepare an analysis of the cashbooks, management report, comparison with budget, and commentary at the end of the month.
  • Ensure that accounts are received by the head office by the 25th day of every month
  • Assist in the preparation and review of budgets for the office, partners and field activities.
  • Monitor expenditure
Logistics
  • Ensure that all the travel needs for the office are addressed in a timely manner.
  • Manage vehicle allocation
  • Prepare monthly vehicle/fuel reports.
Administration
  • Analyze the phone bill on monthly basis; private bills for private usage should be met by the staff themselves.
  • Ensure that security procedures are implemented and the necessary security support are secured as and when need arises. Liaise with other agencies/government on security issues.
  • Ensure contracts for the office and the guesthouse, and that the obligations are met as and when they fall due.
  • Oversee all administrative filing and records, and archiving.
Procurement
  • Ensure proper engagement with vendors, e.g. signing of contracts and negotiations done as appropriate
  • Purchase goods and services.
  • Oversee stores operations
  • Ensure compliance with the signing matrix (cheque, LPOs and contracts)
Undertake any other duties that may be requested by the Head of field Office.

Required Skills and Qualifications
  • The ideal candidate should have a degree in any business specialty, a qualified accountant (CPA K or A.C.C.A), and computer literate with a minimum of three (3) years’ experience in a similar position. He/she should be familiar with Quick books, and capable of preparing final financial and management reports. He / she should also be capable of coordinating the operations of the office.

EGPAF in Kenya is recruiting for an IT Assistant to be based in Lodwar.

Key Responsibilities
  • Desktop support.
  • Training users on micro-computer applications
  • Maintain systems performance and perform preventative maintenance.
  • Installation of newly procured hardware and software.
  • Network support –Ensure maximum Network Infrastructure uptime.
  • Network security and access – manage ICT access controls
  • Bandwidth management: Monitor ISP Bandwidth and usage. 
  • Manage rich media communication platform. (Unified Communications systems)
  • IT orientation –on boarding new hires
  • Ensure all applications both on premise and cloud solutions are running optimally.
Qualifications and Competences
  • Advanced Diploma in Computer Science/ Information Systems / with at least 1 - 2 years’ work experience in similar field.
  • Extensive practical experience in networked environment and support for remote users and field offices.
  • Extensive ability to use and support of standard micro computing applications such as Microsoft OFFICE SUITE.
  • Experience in supporting web based applications.
  • Excellent communication skills both orally and in writing (English and Swahili)
  • Knowledge of supporting Windows client and server operating systems.
  • Prior experience with Messaging systems support, e.g. MS Exchange
  • Strong interpersonal skills, ability to establish and maintain effective work relationship with people of different backgrounds and cultures.
  • Ability to work under pressure with minimum supervision

EGPAF in Kenya is recruiting for a Prevention Technical Adviser.

Reporting to the Project Director,  the Prevention Technical Adviser will coordinate and facilitate all the Pamoja Homabay prevention activities including HTC, linkage to care, retention to care and community mobilization and up on outcomes of retention for Pamoja Homabay supported sites.


Responsibilities
  • Work closely with the CHMT to support Coordination of Prevention activities within the supported region and sites, including coordinating CHMT support for the sub counties.
  • Will be the team lead for the Prevention program as well as the one responsible for the results of this project area.
  • Responsible for the coordinating the Prevention  project officers to develop weekly, monthly and quarterly work plans and review the Project officers budgets and requisitions for technical soundness.
  • Coordinate Identification of training needs and support implementation of relevant training modules targeting medical staff, HTC providers, Linkage counsellors, peer educators and CHWs in relation to the current scope of Pamoja support to these sites.
  • Support the Prevention project officers in their routine weekly sites support supervision along with sub county HMT Members to provide support supervision to health facilities and communities.
  • Monitor implementation and progress of HTC at OPD, IPD, special clinics, identification of HIV+ clients, linkage to care, retention and adherence to care  as per the projects targets
  • Work closely with the SI TA to ensure all facilities are provided with their prevention targets and dash boards, and through the project officers ensure that these are updated on a monthly basis
  • Work closely with the lab project officer to ensure quality assurance in HTC is maintained at the expected standards
  • Work closely with the Care and treatment as well as the PMTCT TAs to ensure coverage of antenatal clinic attendance, uptake of skilled delivery, HEI enrolment and follow up, mother-baby pair retention and cohort outcomes for maternal HAART as well as HEIs.
  • Will be a member of the senior project management team as well as take part in the donor review meetings on a quarterly basis and SIMS sites visits
  • Coordinate continuous availability of vital commodities equipment, furniture and the various monitoring and evaluation tools required for functional Prevention activities.
  • Work with project officers to ensure support, counselling and health education is provided to HIV+ mothers within the health facilities.
  • Identify and mobilize NGOs/ FBOs / CBOs that will be the link to the community for Prevention activities.
  • Participate in the various relevant TWGs in the county and supra county levels
Requirements
  • Master’s degree in Public Health, Social and/or Behavioral Sciences or a related field, with specific emphasis on community-level health promotion and/or education
  • Minimum seven years of experience in designing and implementing large-scale community-level HIV prevention programs involving multiple stakeholders. Four of those years should be in a technical leadership/management role for a project of similar size and complexity, including experience with direct supervision of professional staff
  • Demonstrated knowledge of evidence-based and promising behavioral and structural HIV prevention interventions, best practices in community health interventions and linkage to services, and approaches to addressing gender issues relating to HIV prevention
  • Prior experience in building community competency and capacity for improving health and use of participatory methodologies for planning and implementing local-level activities
  • Excellent interpersonal, training, facilitation, team building and problem solving skills
  • Experience in establishing and sustaining working relationships with  various stakeholders; the Government of Kenya Ministries of Health at County and Sub-county level
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with others in a multi-cultural team environment
  • Strong skills in diplomacy and relationship building with a variety of partners and stakeholders including the MOH and National, County and sub-County levels
  • Excellent communication and writing skills
  • Excellent organizational skills, ability to work independently, assess priorities, and manage a variety of activities with attention to detail
  • Strong project management skills
  • Ability to travel domestically for service delivery monitoring up to 60% of the time

Program Manager, Adolescent HIV/AIDS and Sexual and Reproductive Health 
(Local Candidates Only)

Location:
 Nairobi, Kenya

The Program Manager will provide overall management and technical oversight for implementation of an anticipated program in Kenya and Zambia for adolescent intensified HIV case-finding in urban settings.


The Program Manager will be responsible for implementation of project goals and objectives, and will provide the overall strategic and programmatic direction to the project, in close collaboration with EGPAF technical staff. 

S/he must have a demonstrated understanding of and experience working with global public health issues related to youth and adolescents, especially HIV/AIDS, sexual and reproductive health, and behavior change interventions. 

This position is contingent upon receipt of funding.

Essential Responsibilities:
  • Provide leadership in the strategic use of resources for successful program implementation.
  • Provide technical leadership and quality assurance to this project, including for activities that empower young people to seek HIV testing and make informed decisions about their health and wellbeing.
  • Interact with large numbers of program participants, youth groups, and team members, guiding feedback exchanges, facilitating problem-solving, and providing technical expertise.
  • Manage development of annual work plans and report to the funder on project technical and financial performance.
  • Supervise dedicated project staff in Nairobi and Lusaka.
  • Ensure quality of project operations and any sub-award management under the project.
  • Be responsible for problem-solving and course-correction on all project activities.
  • Prepare and/or oversee the preparation of project deliverables including all monitoring and reporting required under the agreement. 
  • Ensure compliance with EGPAF policies, funder rules and regulations, MOH policies, and Kenyan/Zambian laws.
  • Facilitate critical collaborative relationships required for the project, with Ministry of Health and other relevant stakeholders.
Qualifications and Key Competencies:
  • Higher education degree required (MPH or other relevant Master’s Degree)
  • Minimum of 5-8 years of relevant experience in international HIV programs targeting adolescents in resource-poor settings.
  • Demonstrated understanding of global public health issues related to youth and adolescents, especially SRH, HIV/AIDS, and behavior change interventions.
  • Knowledge of best practices and state-of-the-art approaches in community-based adolescent health and HIV programming.
  • Proven track record of designing and implementing innovative, results-oriented behavior change programs for adolescents.
  • Experience in conducting assessments and demonstrated ability to analyze and use data gathered from communities to design effective behavior change strategies.
  • Proven experience in management and leadership.
  • Experience overseeing project budgets.
  • Excellent communication skills; fluency in written and spoken English. Knowledge of local languages a plus.
  • Strong interpersonal skills; ability to build partnerships and consensus, within teams and with other stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated experience working in developing country settings; experience in the East Africa region preferred.
  • This position will require frequent travel to Lusaka, Zambia.
How to Apply

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EGPAF in Kenya is recruiting for a Project Officer - Care and Treatment to be based in Kakuma (Turkana) and Narok.

Under the guidance of the Service Delivery Advisor, the Project  Officer – Care and Treatment will be  responsible for providing day to day contact with County and Sub-County HMT team members – providing technical assistance to establish and
strengthen implementation of integrated and comprehensive prevention, care and treatment activities in each district, support systems strengthening, improve quality of services and monitor progress towards achievement of quality results in order to attain the objectives of the Pamoja Project.

Key Responsibilities
 


  • Develop integrated HIV facility interventions and work plans and oversee the implementation
  • Assist the Sub-County HMT in the respective sub-Counties to develop and implement quality assurance programs for the each supported site
  • Responsible for visits to Pamoja Project supported facilities  to provide technical support in implementation of integrated HIV prevention, care and treatment services
  • Conduct supportive supervision on quality assurance issues and provide on-site job training and mentorship
  • Ensure that adherence and psychosocial support activities are undertaken at the Pamoja supported sites and links with the PSS  technical team to facilitate facility-community linkages
  • Develops and maintains close relationship between County AIDS and STI Coordinating Officer (ScASCO/CASCO) and the health facility on Pamoja Project related issues
  • Participate in relevant Technical Working Groups activities
  • Working with the SI program officer, assists the Project in working with clinic staff in data collection and data management and reporting including utilization of such data for planning and decision making
  • Participate in preparation and timely submission of timely  in monthly and quarterly progress reports
  • Working with other teams within the project, identify opportunities for integration including decentralization of care and treatment services, formation of Multi-Disciplinary Teams (MDTs), community-facility linkages and assist in documentation of successes, best practices and challenges associated with such linkage and integration
Qualifications and Competencies
  • Clinical Officer with 3 years of continuous HIV program implementation
  • Registered with the Clinical Officers’ Council
  • Experience in establishing and sustaining working relationships with the Government of Kenya Ministries of Health at County and Sub-county level
  • Significant and up to date knowledge of the current ART, PMTCT, TB/HIV, HTC guidelines, standards, tools and best practices
  • Experience in  HIV/AIDS care and treatment program implementation with demonstrated expertise in initiating care and treatment services in a public, faith based or private health facility; experience with decentralized ART model of care will be an added advantage
  • Knowledge of PEPFAR Program and NASCOP reporting requirements including familiarity with the data collection and reporting tools used by NASCOP

EGPAF in Kenya is recruiting for a Project Officer - Laboratory to be based in Lodwar

Duties & Responsibilities
  • Support both county and national MoH laboratory structures towards provision of quality integrated HIV prevention, HIV counselling and testing, care and treatment services within the Ministry of Health, private and Faith Based Sector health facilities in Turkana County.
  • Establish and support expansion and access to key HIV diagnostic and monitoring laboratory services including HIV RTKs, CD4 and viral load monitoring, TB microscopy and GenXpert Testing, Viral Load monitoring and  Early Infant Diagnosis.
  • Provide day to day contact and support to the CMMLT, CHMT, point of care laboratory technicians and technologists and field officers based various sub-counties and facility level
  • Provide technical assistance and capacity building to establish, strengthen and expand a laboratory networks.
  • Provide oversight to ensure that access to laboratory services is improved and maintained.
  • Participate in relevant lab technical working groups and relevant stakeholder meetings
Qualifications and Competencies
  • 5 years proven experience in HIV laboratory work and be registered with KMLTTB.
  • Possess a degree in Medical Laboratory and a Higher National Diploma in Laboratory training with at least 2 years of laboratory work experience.
  • Experience in working with USAID/CDC funded HIV program establishing and supporting laboratory networks
  • Demonstrated supervisory and program management skills will be an added advantage

EGPAF in Kenya is recruiting for a Project Officer, Nutrition to be based in Lodwar.

Reporting to the Service Delivery Advisor, the Project Officer, Nutrition, will coordinate and facilitate all the Pamoja Turkana nutrition activities including assessment, counselling, support of PLHIV, reporting and linkage to FBP programs ensuring full integration within the care and treatment program


Key Responsibilities
  • Work closely with the CHMT, County Nutritional Officer, and Sub-County Nutritional Officers to ensure optimal anthropometric monitoring, documentation, categorization, nutritional counselling and support for all PLHIV enrolled in Care and Treatment within the supported facilities.
  • Work closely with County, Sub County Nutritional officers, program staff, and facility staffs to ensure accurate and timely reporting on nutrition in using appropriate tools.
  • Facilitate referral for food supplementation for all eligible PLHIV including linkage to Feeding-by-Prescription (FBP) programs.
  • Support efforts to enhance leveraging of resources and technical support from other sectors, through food security forums in each target county to discuss household food security issues and develop action/mitigation plans for each of the targeted counties.
  • Support interventions and strategies that aim to improve nutrition amongst children, adolescents and adults Living with HIV in the supported facilities.
  • Work closely with CHWs to promote key nutrition practices such as optimal nutrition in pregnancy, exclusive breastfeeding, optimal complementary feeding and dietary diversity, growth monitoring and promotion amongst women and children enrolled in PMTCT programs within the county.
  • Work jointly with other Pamoja project officers to develop weekly, monthly and quarterly work plans in the supported program areas.
  • Coordinate identification of training needs and support implementation of relevant training modules targeting health care workers, CHWs, peer educators and any other relevant.
  • Participate in the various relevant TWGs in the county and supra county levels.
Qualifications and Competencies
  • University Degree in Nutrition or any other relevant training.
  • 3-5 years working in a food and nutrition initiative.
  • Knowledge and experience in implementing US Government-funded projects, working in a food and nutrition initiative among pastoralist and nomadic population will be an added advantage.
  • Ability to transfer skills and knowledge through, training and mentorship.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with various teams.
  • Excellent written, oral communication in Kiswahili and English.
  • Good understanding of GOK strategies and policies on arid lands as well as nutrition.

EGPAF in Kenya is recruiting for a Project Officer - Prevention.

Reporting to the Prevention Advisor, the Project Officer-Prevention will work to provide technical assistance and capacity building to community volunteers and MOH staff in support of community HIV prevention, care and treatment support activities in the target districts. 


S/he will oversee the community-facility linkages in HIV prevention, Care and treatment components in health facilities and Community Groups.

S/he will work with the HIV integration field officers and MOH teams to help set up Psychosocial Support Groups and coordinate PWP activities.

Duties & Responsibilities
  • Provide on the job training to field Peer volunteers and MOH staff,
  • Ensure project activities comply with national guidelines and policies for HIV/AIDS
  • Implement evidence-based techniques and strategies to ensure quality programming in adherence and psychosocial support.
  • Implement quality community adherence support activities relating to PMTCT/ART in and around Health facilities
  • Identify training needs, plan trainings and facilitate training sessions on adherence and stigma reduction for psychosocial support groups and Peer Educators. 
  • Develop and distribute appropriate job aids and education materials for treatment support staff and adherence counsellors at the sites
  • Play key role in Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement of psychosocial support and adherence interventions in  project sites.
  • Identify, document and share key lessons learnt on adherence from health facilities.
  • Monitor the performance of adherence and community involvement activities at supported facilities
  • Facilitate partnership meetings between key adherence staff meetings with key adherence and community staff at each health facility. 
  • Network with local organizations involved in adherence to ART and promote linkages between Health facilities and organizations providing HIV support services in their community.
  • Work with other Pamoja project teams and partner health facilities to establish and strengthen adherence systems within health facilities for improved quality of patient care
Qualifications and Competencies
  • Diploma in Nursing, Public Health, Community health,  or a health related field Diploma
  • HIV/AIDS knowledge and related experience.
  • Background in community development activities
  • Counselling skills
  • Good interpersonal, organizational and written / verbal communication skills, including in cross-cultural settings;
  • Willingness to travel
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure and to organize and prioritize competing activities;
  • Ability to work effectively in a team oriented environment;

EGPAF in Kenya is recruiting for a Project Office - Pediatric and Adolescent to be based in Lodwar.

Reporting to Service Delivery Advisor, the Project Officer will provide technical support to the various health facilities and program team in Turkana towards the realization of the 90: 90: 90 targets. 


He/she will provide technical leadership in the implementation of Pediatric and Adolescent care within EGPAF supported sites. 

In addition he/she will be responsible for the planning, coordination and providing overall direction for the Pediatric HIV Care and Treatment programming as well as providing strong leadership to a team of program officers working with the facilities.

Responsibilities
  • To oversee the planning, initiation and implementation of HIV pediatric and adolescent HIV Care and Treatment services at EGPAF-supported facilities.
  • To lead in the adaptation of national standard package for Pediatric and adolescent HIV care and treatment services and ensure its implementation in EGPAF supported facilities
  • To lead supervision and mentorship on implementation of standard package for pediatric and adolescent HIV Care and Treatment programs
  • To provide leadership and on-going technical support for mentorship teams at county and sub-county level while building technical capacity of Program Officers for ongoing and sustained technical support to facilities in the implementation of pediatric and adolescent HIV services
  • Working with Community Liaison Officers, help to identify Adolescent and Pediatric HIV champions that will lead community and county engagement and buy in to scale up services for children and adolescents
  • To oversee the planning and implementation of eMTCT and MNCH services in EGPAF-supported facilities.
  • To participate in the eMTCT/Pediatric/Adolescent technical working groups in the Ministry of Health, National AIDS and STI Control Program (NASCOP) as well as at County and sub-County level
  • Working with M&E officers, help track progress, identify course correction needs and implement interventions in a timely manner
  • Any other relevant duties that may be assigned from time to time
Requirements:
  • Clinical Officer with 3 years of continuous HIV program implementation
  • Registered with the Clinical Officers’ Council
  • Experience in establishing and sustaining working relationships with the Government of Kenya Ministries of Health at County and Sub-county level
  • Significant and up to date knowledge of the current  ART, PMTCT, TB/HIV, HTC guidelines, standards, tools and best practices
  • Experience in  HIV/AIDS care and treatment program implementation with demonstrated expertise in  effective management of pediatrics and adolescents
  • Knowledge of PEPFAR Program and NASCOP reporting requirements including familiarity with the data collection and reporting tools used by NASCOP
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with others in a multi-cultural team environment
  • Strong skills in diplomacy and relationship building with a variety of partners and stakeholders including the MOH , County and sub-County levels
  • Excellent communication and writing skills
  • Excellent organizational skills, ability to work independently, assess priorities, and manage a variety of activities with attention to detail
  • Strong project management skills
  • Ability to travel domestically for service delivery monitoring up to 60% of the time

EGPAF in Kenya   is recruiting for a Project Officer - OVC Care and Support to be based Nairobi

Reporting to the Prevention Advisor, the Project Officer - OVC care and support will work to provide technical assistance and support to local indigenous organizations implementing a comprehensive OVC care program. 


He/she should be able to work with the organizations in order to ensure that the children access optimum eligible services either directly or through the establishment of viable networks with the relevant stakeholders. 

He/she is to ensure smooth transition of OVCs and empower the caregivers in supporting them and overall work towards to improving the welfare of the OVCs.

Duties & Responsibilities
  • Provide technical support  and assistance to the local organizations implementing OVC program
  • Ensure all children and the caregivers access the eligible services as outlined in the OVC curricular
  • Conduct routine visit to OVCs in their homes and school setting
  • Enable the caregivers to set up viable income generating activities towards ensuring sustainable support
  • Ensure timely reporting of  program by the various organizations;
  • Ensure all the organizations are fully utilizing the OLMIS tool as part of their programming
  • Enable the effective roll out of the various EBIs to the OVCs and their caregivers
  • Identify training needs, plan trainings and facilitate training sessions
  • Play key role in Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement of the OVC program.
  • Identify, document and share key lessons learnt on OVC program.
Qualifications and Competencies
  • Degree in Public Health, Social and/or Behavioural Sciences or a related field, with specific emphasis on community-level health promotion and/or education and/or Social Work
  • Minimum five years of experience in designing and implementing large-scale OVC care and support program. Four of those years should be in a technical leadership/management role for a project of similar size and complexity, including experience working with local indigenous organizations
  • Demonstrated knowledge of  OVC support and care
  • Demonstrated experience in capacity building, organizational systems strengthening will be desired.
  • Prior experience in building community competency and capacity for improving health and use of participatory methodologies for planning and implementing local-level activities
  • Excellent interpersonal, training, facilitation, team building and problem solving skills
  • Willingness to travel at 60% of the time

EGPAF in Kenya   is recruiting for two Project Pharmacist to be based in Lodwar and Homabay 

Reporting to the Care and Treatment Technical adviser, the Project pharmacist will coordinate and facilitate all the Pamoja Homabay project requirements on managing drugs, pharmaceuticals and non-pharms for Pamoja Homabay supported sites.
 

Responsibilities
  • Work closely with the CHMT to support supply and management of drugs, pharmaceuticals and non-pharms for the supported region and sites, including coordinating CHMT support for the sub counties.
  • Will be the team lead for the supply and management (logistics, information management system) of drugs, pharmaceuticals and non-pharms as well as the one responsible for the results of this project area. 
  • Together with His/her supervisor, coordinate the Care and treatment  project officers to develop weekly, monthly and quarterly work plans and review the Project officers budgets and requisitions for technical soundness as far as supply and management of drugs, pharmaceuticals and non-pharms is concerned.
  • Ensure all the central sites and stand along sites adopt the use of ARVs dispensing tool
  • Coordinate Identification of training needs and support implementation of relevant training modules targeting HCWs in supply and management of drugs, pharmaceuticals and non-pharms.
  • Support the project officers in their routine weekly sites support supervision along with sub county HMT Members.
  • Work closely with the SI TA to ensure all facilities are provided with the relevant targets and dash boards, and through the project officers ensure that these are updated on a monthly basis
  • Work closely with the project officers to ensure implementation and accurate, timely and reliable reporting of pharmaco-vigillence from all supported sites 
  • Work closely with the Technical Advisers to management of treatment failure.
  • Take part in the donor review meetings on a quarterly basis and SIMS sites visits
  • Coordinate continuous availability of vital commodities equipment, furniture and the various monitoring and evaluation tools required for functional pharmaceutical activities.
  • Participate in the various relevant TWGs in the county and supra county levels
Qualifications and Competencies
  • Must be a holder of B. Pharmacy from a reputable recognized university
  • Must be registered with Pharmacy and poison’s board and licenced to practise Pharmacy in Kenya
  • Experience in HIV programming including treatment monitoring and pharmacovigilance
  • Prior experience in working in the development world will be an added advantage
  • Experience working with MOH structures and other development partners is desirable
  • Must be a team player, mentor, trainer and possess effective leadership skills.

EGPAF in Kenya is recruiting two Technical Advisor – HIV to be based in Kakamega and Kisumu.

Under the guidance of the Project Director, the Technical Advisor – HIV will be responsible for:
  • Providing technical assistance to the APHIA plus project by developing comprehensive Care and treatment work plans.
  • Coordinate program implementation with County HMT/Sub county HMTs.
  • Supervising technical staff in the implementation of comprehensive HIV Care, Treatment and Prevention programs in the project supported sites.

To be successful in this role you will require:
  • A minimum of 5 years proven hands-on experience in the field of HIV Care, Treatment and Prevention.
  • Demonstrated experience in working collegially with MOH and other officials from the private, public, commercial and NGO Sector while demonstrating leadership working and collaborating with all Zone 1-based stakeholders and collaborating agencies
  • Project Management experience working with PEPFAR funded HIV programs at national, County and Sub county levels.
  • Experience in working with USAID/CDC.
  • You should poses a degree in Medicine or Nursing with a minimum of 5 years proven experience in the field of HIV/AIDS at senior management level.
  • A degree in Medicine/Surgery or equivalent
  • Post Graduate qualification in Medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics/Gynecology, MPH or other related field will be an added advantage.
  • In addition demonstrated, supervisory, communication and excellent report writing skills will be desirable.
How to Apply


All applications should be sent to:  kenyarecruitment@pedaids.org

Application Closing Date: 11th September 2015

Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

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