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NGO Jobs in Nairobi, Kenya – APDK

The Association for the Physically Disabled of Kenya (APDK) is a local NGO providing comprehensive rehabilitation services with the aim of empowering persons with disabilities.

The APDK Nairobi branch, seeks to fill the following vacancy:
  


Stores Clerk

Duties
  • Maintain accurate records of all stock items through the stock cards for each bin by keying in all issues and receipts on a daily basis.
  • Maintain clean and orderly shelves with stock items clearly labeled  with correct codes and item descriptions at all times
  • Ensure prompt issuance of goods upon authorized request by the HOD or his or her representative, through the Internal Stores Requisition Form (ISR) to the user department in the agreed times.
  • Assist in the  receiving ,inspection and dispatching of consignments to various parts of the world
  • Reviews stock records & recommends or initiates ordering of supplies to maintain adequate stock levels
  • Participate in counting store physical inventory
  • React to all business requirements quickly and with a sense of importance
  • Any other duties delegated by management by virtue of this position.
Qualifications:
  • Diploma in Purchasing & Supplies Management
  • Ability to exercise extreme accuracy in the maintenance of records
  • Must have ability to perform physical labor in moving stocks & maintaining area in a clean and orderly condition
  • Computer literate
  • 2 years experience in Supplies Management
  • Age-25-35 years
Qualified persons with physical challenges are encouraged to apply


Orthopaedic Services Manager
 
Duties:
  • Supervise and manage all the staff in the orthopaedic workshop department to ensure efficient service delivery to all clients
  • Prepare short and long term strategic plans aimed at streamlining and ensuring effective running of the orthopaedic department.
  • Prepare Annual budgets and work plans for implementation in line with APDK strategic plans and goals.
  • Prepare monthly and quarterly financial forecasts for the department
  • Work closely with the Branch Manager in identifying emerging issues in the department and suggest possible solutions for effective running of the department
  • Conduct workshop review meetings for effective service delivery
  • Identify funding opportunities for support to the clients and provide proposals for approval in consultation with Programs Assistant and Branch Manager
  • Monitor closely daily operations and collections in the department to ensure sustainability
  • Maintain adequate records of all clients in the department
  • Conduct weekly departmental review meetings for effective service delivery
  • Prepare and submit timely and accurate monthly, quarterly, Bi-annaul and Annual reports to the Programs Assistant and Branch Manager Provide monthly work schedules for respective sections for improved monitoring.
  • Maintain good public relations with all stake holders and professionally market APDK services
  • Develop and maintain good contact and relationship with existing donors and establish new ones to ensure complete sustainability
  • Ensure donor demands are met and deadlines are kept to ensure continued funding
  • Participate in reflective/clinical supervision
  • Any other assignment delegated by management by the virtue of this position
Qualifications    
  • Possess Diploma in Orthopaedic Technology from Kenya Medical Training College or any other relevant institution 
  • At least 3 years relevant working experience in coordinating and providing technical support to Orthopaedic services
  • Demonstrated  management experience in a similar position working in an NGO or Government
  • Demonstrated knowledge and commitment on disability issues and readiness to work with persons with disabilities across board.
  • Have the ability to work for long and odd hours under minimum supervision to meet deadlines.
  • Computer literate and ability to work independently
  • Experience with donor funded projects and reporting
  • Be registered with NAOT
Available to begin immediately

Qualified persons with physical challenges are encouraged to apply


Occupational Therapist
 
Duties:
  • To undertake comprehensive assessment of patients through advanced clinical reasoning and problem solving skills to provide an accurate diagnosis / prognosis of client conditions
  • Undertake holistic assessments in order to determine patients’ needs
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of treatments in conjunction with other senior healthcare professionals
  • Prepare Annual budgets and work plans for implementation in line with APDK strategic plans and goals.
  • Prepare monthly and quarterly financial forecasts for the department
  • Maintain adequate records of all clients in the department
  • Conduct review meetings for effective service delivery
  • Identify funding opportunities for support to the clients and provide proposals for approval in consultation with branch programs assistant and the Branch Manager
  • Monitor closely daily operations and collections in the department to ensure sustainability of the clinic
  • Prepare and submit timely and accurate monthly, quarterly, Bi-annual and Annual reports to the Programs Assistant and Branch Manager
  • Maintain good working relations with all stake holders and professionally market the clinic services
  • Prepare timely donor reports for sharing with the Programs Assistant, Branch Manager and National Office before submission
  • Participate in reflective/clinical supervision
  • Any other assignment delegated by management by virtue of this position
Qualifications
  • Basic Diploma in Occupational Therapy from Kenya Medical Training College or any other relevant institution 
  • At least 3 years relevant working experience coordinating and providing technical support in Occupational Therapy services
  • Demonstrated  management experience in a similar position working with an NGO or Government
  • Demonstrated knowledge and commitment on disability issues and readiness to work with persons with disabilities across board.
  • Have the ability to work for long hours to meet deadlines.
  • Computer literate and ability to work independently
  • Experience with donor funded projects and reporting
  • Be registered with KOTA
  • Available to begin immediately
Qualified persons with physical challenges are encouraged to apply


Physiotherapist
 
Duties:
  • To undertake comprehensive assessment of patients through advanced clinical reasoning and problem solving skills to provide an accurate diagnosis/prognosis of client conditions
  • Undertake holistic assessments in order to determine patients’ needs
  • Monitor & evaluate the effectiveness of treatments for improvements
  • Prepare Annual budgets and work plans for implementation in line with APDK strategic plans and goals.
  • Prepare monthly and quarterly financial forecasts for the department
  • Maintain adequate records of all clients in the department
  • Conduct weekly review meetings for effective service delivery
  • Identify funding opportunities for support to the clients and provide proposals for approval in consultation with branch Programs Assistant and the Branch Manager
  • Monitor closely daily operations and collections in the department to ensure sustainability of the clinic
  • Prepare and submit timely and accurate monthly, quarterly, Bi-annual and Annual reports to the Programs Assistant and Branch Manager
  • Maintain good working relations with all stake holders and professionally market the clinic services
  • Prepare timely donor reports for sharing with the Programs Assistant, Branch Manager and National Office before submission
  • Participate in reflective/clinical supervision
  • Any other assignment delegated by management by virtue of this position
Qualifications    
  • Basic Diploma in Physiotherapy from Kenya Medical Training College or any other relevant institution 
  • At least 3 years relevant working experience coordinating and providing technical support in Physiotherapy services
  • Demonstrated  management experience in a similar position working with an NGO or Government
  • Demonstrated knowledge and commitment on disability issues and readiness to work with persons with disabilities across board.
  • Have the ability to work for long hours to meet deadlines.
  • Computer literate and ability to work independently
  • Experience with donor funded projects and reporting
  • Be registered with Kenya Society of Physiotherapists
Available to begin immediately

Qualified persons with physical challenges are encouraged to apply

Applications should indicate the position applied for on the left hand side of the envelope. 

All application should be send in Hard copy together with a CV including current contacts of three references (one of whom should be the immediate employer), copies of relevant certificates and testimonials and current / last and expected remuneration all to be submitted on or before 13th September 2016:

The Recruitment Committee  
APDK – Nairobi Branch
Westlands Waiyaki Way; 
Opposite Oil Libya 
Box 46747, 00100
Nairobi

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