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American International Health Alliance – We believe that for investments in global health to have a real and sustainable impact, they must be predicated on a strong foundation. That’s why our partnerships and initiatives emphasize a comprehensive, holistic, and integrated approach to health systems strengthening and developing human resources for health.
American International Health Alliance is seeking to fill the following positions to be based in Siaya and Migori Counties: is seeking to fill the following positions to be based in Siaya and Migori Counties:


Social Protection Program Officer
Location: Siaya
Department Programs
Reports to Technical Director, DREAMS
Position Summary: 
Under the direction of the Technical Director, the Program Officer, Social Protection, will be responsible for providing technical guidance and coordination of social protection interventions on the PEPFARfunded DREAMS (Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDSfree, Mentored, and Safe) project in Siaya and Migori Counties. The Program Officer, Social Protection, will provide technical assistance in evidencebased social protection interventions proven successful in reducing HIV risk behaviors, HIV transmission, and Sexual and GenderBased Violence amongst adolescent girls and young women.

Responsibilities:

·         Provide Social Protection (SP) technical assistance (TA) through trainings, mentorship and support to staff and lay workers supporting the project. The Program Officer, Social Protection, will focus on areas such as social asset building, cash transfers (CT), economic empowerment, school reintegration and post violence care.
·         Work to build the SP capacity of affiliated partner organizations and groups such as local school faculty, civil society organizations (CSO), communitybased organizations (CBO), local government entities and engaged lay workers.
·         Coordinate SP capacity building and mentorship programs alongside AIHA program and technical coordinators.
·         Conduct sitelevel support supervision and mentorship to ensure SP interventions are being implemented according to Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and in a quality manner.
·         Collate any CT and ES complaints, and, in consultation with project leadership, determine remedial measures.
·         Support in overseeing program SP monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities to measure progress and to systematically assess whether intended objectives are being achieved.
·         Support in the guidance of documentation while ensuring data is properly captured and reported per donor intervention and donor guidance.
·         Work alongside AIHA staff and partners to develop and maintain program workplans, making changes and updates as appropriate.
·         Liaise with stakeholders including the County Government, Ministry of Education and
·         Children’s Department as directed and appropriate.
·         Assist in the development, editing, finalization, and packaging of program curriculum, reports and materials while documenting challenges, best practices and success stories.
·         Keep up to date on all DREAMS program activities and maintain close contact with other DREAMS partners and collaborators as necessary.
·         Represent AIHA at U.S. Government implementing partner (IP) meetings, reporting meetings and other donor and stakeholder meetings as required.
·         Serve as an information source on program policies, procedures, and administration guidelines.
·         Work in collaboration with single government registry to ascertain precise beneficiaries are registered for cash transfer.
·         Keep abreast and updated on the trends and developments in strengthening social protection programming, thinking and directions in Kenya.
·         Complete other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

·         or MA. in Social Sciences, Public Health, Gender Studies, or International Development, with three (3) years’ relevant work experience, or BS or BA in Social Sciences, Public Health, Gender Studies, or International Development with at least five (5) years’ relevant work experience; DREAMS project social protection, Gender and HIV/AIDS program experience required.
·         Extensive knowledge of or experience in program management and support procedures with a focus on PEPFAR’s DREAMS package of interventions.
·         Commitment to understanding and responding to the most urgent needs and rights of vulnerable youth and HIV/AIDS positive children and their families.
·         Proven ability to implement multidimensional projects with a focus on HIV/AIDS, social asset building, cash transfers, child protection, Sexual and GenderBased Violence.
·         Proven experience in working with the children’s department, MoE, CSOs and other relevant social protection stakeholders.
·         Experience with U.S. Government donor compliance and reporting.
·         Ability to develop and maintain close relationships with various stakeholders.
·         Ability to work effectively with diverse coworkers and project participants.
·         Selfstarter and strong multitasking and problemsolving skills.
·         Must be very dependable and detail oriented.
·         Effective and diplomatic communicator at all levels.
·         Personal and professional maturity and judgment.
·         Willingness to work additional hours in order to meet tight deadlines.
·         English and Swahili fluency is essential, Luo fluency will be an added advantage.
·         Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access) and the Internet.
·         Must be willing to travel incountry and provide onside leadership.
·         Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously in a fastpaced environment, set priorities, work independently and in a team environment.


Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
Location Bondo, Siaya and/or Migori, Migori County
Reports to Regional Monitoring & Evaluation Manager
Under the direction of the Regional Monitoring & Evaluation Manager, the Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Officer will be the county/s level M&E lead on the DREAMS (Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDSfree, Mentored, and Safe) project. As the county/slevel M&E lead, s/he will work closely with the Data Officer, Data Clerks and countylevel Programs staff to ensure compliance to project implementation guidelines and M&E reporting requirements.  The M&E Officer will be responsible for coordinating, collecting and reviewing data submitted by field staff to ensure quality assurance and monitor the impact of the DREAMS Initiative.

Responsibilities:

·         Ensure that AIHA/Kenya is compliant with all PEPFAR/OGAC reporting requirements for the DREAMS project for MERS, DATIM, SIMS, special initiatives, etc.
·         Review, analyze, and compile monthly, quarterly, annual activity reports to comply with PEPFAR and AIHA reporting requirements.
·         Review all weekly and monthly reports from the field staff and provide feedback prior to forwarding onto the countylevel Project Coordinators and data team.
·         Ensure that quality data is received from fieldlevel staff and partners and handed over to the data team to be entered in the DREAMS database as approved and per required timeframes.
·         Provide quality control of the reports submitted to the program management team and data team.
·         Train staff, partners, and lay workers on guidelines, surveys and other data collection tools per donor indicators and requirements.
·         Conduct regular sitelevel support supervision, spot checks and mentorship to ensure that interventions are being implemented per project requirements.
·         Conduct monthly reviews of achievements against annual targets and conduct gap analyses to address issues as they arise. Update the internal program dashboard based off from approved reports with monthly results.
·         In collaboration with the Regional M&E Manager, provide updates to the project team on new guidance from PEPFAR, county MOH and other stakeholders.
·         Support the Regional M&E Manager in the preparation of the required PEPFAR M&E reports (MERS, SAPR, APR).
·         Provide support to the implementation of the “Site Improvement through Monitoring Systems” (SIMS) tools in the supported sites. Conduct quarterly mock SIMS to assess program implementation data in preparation for site visits.
·         Support in data cleaning through identification of data quality gaps.
·         Lead the preparation of support supervision plans for project interventions.
·         Spearhead performance improvement through data quality assessments and performance reviews.
·         Take a lead role in the project continuous quality improvement (CQI) team.
·         Compile county workplans & calendar of events.
·         Other duties as required and applicable.

Qualifications

·         Bachelor’s Degree in Health Records and Information Management, Computer Science, Public Health, Social science, Applied Mathematics, Statistics or related courses desired. M &E training from a recognized institution is an added advantage.
·         Three to five years specific M&E related work experience in the health sector, experience with HIV/AIDS, youth, and DREAMS programming preferred.
·         Familiarity with principles & current approaches to M&E using both quantitative and qualitative methods
·         Demonstrated understanding of PEPFAR expectations and DATIM, MERS, SIMS and other PEPFAR M&E reporting requirements
·         Ability to transfer knowledge to diverse audiences through onthejob mentoring, supportive supervision, and other methods
·         Willingness to work additional hours in order to meet tight deadlines.
·         Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously in a fastpaced environment, set priorities, work independently and in a team environment
·         Flexible, able to deal with ambiguity and changes in designing and monitoring M&E systems and standards
·         English and Swahili fluency is essential, Luo fluency preferred
·         Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access) and the Internet
·         Must be willing to travel incountry and provide onside leadership
·         Selfmotivated and able to work without close supervision
·         Excellent organization and planning skills; detail oriented


Biomedical Interventions Program Officer
Location: Siaya County
Reports to: Technical Director, DREAMS
Under the direction of the Technical Director, the Program Officer, Biomedical Interventions, will be responsible for providing technical guidance and coordination of the required package of biomedical and clinical interventions on the PEPFAR funded DREAMS (Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDSfree, Mentored, and Safe) project in Siaya and Migori Counties. The Program Officer, Biomedical Interventions will provide technical assistance in evidencebased biomedical interventions such as HIV testing services, contraceptive method mix, Post Rape Care management, PEP, PrEP and other required biomedical services proven successful amongst adolescent girls and young women (AGYW).

Responsibilities:

·         Coordinate and provide biomedical services technical assistance through trainings, mentorship and support to staff and lay workers supporting the project. TA will focus on areas such as HIV testing services, contraceptive method mix, Post Rape Care management, PEP and PrEP.
·         Work to build the knowledge and capacity of affiliated partner organizations and groups such as local school faculty, civil society organizations (CSO), communitybased organizations (CBO), and engaged lay workers in available options around HIV prevention, testing, treatment and counselling.
·         Coordinate biomedical service trainings alongside AIHA program and technical coordinators.
·         Ensure that the AGYW in the Safe Spaces (in the community) are empowered through sensitization and uptake of biomedical interventions.
·         Conduct sitelevel support supervision and mentorship to ensure biomedical service interventions are being implemented per intervention SOPs and in a quality manner.
·         Support full HIV Care and Treatment Cascade for the AGYW who seroconvert while in the DREAMS program.
·         Support in overseeing biomedical intervention monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities to measure progress and to systematically assess whether intended objectives are being achieved.
·         Support in guidance of documentation while ensuring data is properly captured and reported per donor intervention and donor guidance.
·         Work with the CHMTs, SCHMTs, facility in charges and health care workers to provide quality biomedical services through operational planning meetings, data review meetings, trainings, on job mentorship and conducting facility level CMEs.
·         Take a lead role in the documentation of best practices, challenges and success stories.
·         Work alongside AIHA staff and partners to develop and maintain program workplans, making changes and updates as appropriate.
·         Assist in the development, editing, finalization, and packaging of program curriculum, reports and materials.
·         Keep up to date on all DREAMS program activities and maintain close contact with other DREAMS partners and collaborators as necessary.
·         Represent AIHA at U.S. Government implementing partner (IP) meetings, reporting meetings and other donor and stakeholder’s meetings as required.
·         Serve as an information source on program policies, procedures, and administration guidelines.
·         Complete other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

·         or MA. in Social sciences, Public Health or, Community health with three (3) years’ relevant work experience, or BS or BA in Social Sciences PublicHealth or community health with atleastfive (5) years’relevant work experience; DREAMS biomedical service intervention program experience required
·         Diploma in clinical medicine, nursing, medical laboratory services or public health registered with the relevant statutory bodies in Kenya will be an added advantage
·         Extensive knowledge of or experience in program management and support procedures with a focus on PEPFAR’s DREAMS package of interventions
·         Commitment to understanding and responding to the most urgent needs and rights of vulnerable adolescent and youth and in regards to HIV/AIDS and SGBV
·         Familiarity with the most up to date guidelines and procedures related to HIV testing services, STI screening and management, clinical management of survivors of sexual violence, PrEP and contraceptive method mix
·         Proven ability to implement multidimensional projects with a focus on biomedical service interventions and HIV/AIDS, with a focus on areas such as HIV prevention, testing, care and treatment, STI screening and management, SGBV, PrEP, and contraceptive mix
·         Experience with U.S. Government donor compliance and reporting
·         Ability to develop and maintain close relationships with various stakeholders
·         Ability to work effectively with diverse coworkers and project participants
·         Selfstarter and strong multitasking and problem solving skills
·         Must be very dependable and detail oriented
·         Effective and diplomatic communicator at all levels
·         Personal and professional maturity and judgment
·         Willingness to work additional hours in order to meet tight deadlines.
·         English and Swahili fluency is essential, Luo fluency will be an added advantage
·         Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access) and the Internet
·         Must be willing to travel incountry and provide onside leadership
·         Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously in a fastpaced environment, set priorities, work independently and in a team environment

Dreams Field Officer
Department: Programs
Location: Siaya or Migori County (to be assigned)
Reports to: Program Coordinator, DREAMS
Position Summary 
Under the direction of the Program Coordinator, the Field Officer (FO) will be the sitelevel coordinator of all interventions in the FO’s assigned ward service delivery points on the DREAMS (Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDSfree, Mentored, and Safe) project. As the site level coordinator, s/he will work closely with all levels of the program staff, lay workers, and project partners and stakeholders within the assigned wards/county. The FO will ensure all interventions are implemented per evidencebased guidance and reported per project and donor requirements.

Responsibilities:

·         Coordinate the implementation of the package of DREAMS interventions within the assigned wards per intervention guidance and directives
·         Work closely with the Program Coordinator, technical coordinators and Monitoring &
·         Evaluation (M&E) team to offer capacity building, mentorship and conduct supportive supervision and spot checks while overseeing performance of a team of lay workers supported under the program
·         Provide overall oversight and supportive supervision of day to day program planning, budgeting, implementation and reporting achievements in consultation with the Program Coordinator and technical coordinators to ensure reaching intervention targets
·         Develop and maintain strong collaborative working relationships with County relevant GOK Ministries, CSO’s and other relevant local stakeholders within the areas of operation, as applicable
·         Develop clear monthly work plans based on approved quarterly project work plans with clear objectives/deliverables based on targets
·         Support in training, coaching and coordinating regular review meetings with intervention specific facilitators, Change Agents and Mentors while tracking progress against annual targets, and addressing issues raised in the field
·         Working closely with the M&E team, provide oversight in data quality audits, daily update of services and prepare weekly, monthly and quarterly wardlevel reports based on intervention gap analysis
·         Submit the required weekly, monthly and quarterly reports per set timeframes and ensuring compliance to the M&E team and donor requirements with a focus on quality
·         Participate in trainings, supervision visits, weekly and all project planning and review meetings while maintaining accurate reports to inform next steps
·         Ensure that AIHA/Kenya is compliant with all PEPFAR/OGAC reporting requirements for the DREAMS project for MERS, DATIM, SIMS, special initiatives, etc.
·         Liaise with the donor, key stakeholders and partners, and other implementing partners as needed
·         Documentation of best practices, challenges and success stories
·         Any other duties as applicable and required

Qualifications

·         A Diploma in Social Work, Community Development or Counselling Psychology, a Degree in a relevant course from a reputable University will be an added advantage
·         At least three years of progressive experience working in a comprehensive HIV or GBV prevention interventions among adolescents and OVC programing
·         Experience working under the Kenya DREAMs project.
·         Commitment to understanding and responding to the most urgent needs and rights of vulnerable adolescents and youth in regard to HIV/AIDS and SGBV.
·         Familiarity with development, child protection, social and cultural issues.
·         Experience with U.S. Government donor compliance and reporting.
·         Ability to develop and maintain close relationships with various stakeholders.
·         Ability to work effectively with diverse coworkers and project participants.
·         Selfstarter and strong multitasking and problemsolving skills.
·         Must be very dependable and detail oriented.
·         Effective and diplomatic communicator at all levels.
·         Personal and professional maturity and judgment.
·         Willingness to work additional hours in order to meet tight deadlines.
·         English and Swahili fluency is essential, Luo fluency will be an added advantage.
·         Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access) and the Internet.
·         Must be willing to travel incountry and provide onside leadership.
·         Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously in a fastpaced environment, set priorities, work independently and in a team environment.

Administrative & Finance Assistant

Department: Finance
Reports to: Administrative & Finance Officer
Position Summary
Under the direction of the Administrative & Finance Officer (AFO), the Administrative and Finance Assistant (AFA) will be responsible for supporting the various administrative and financial tasks within the DREAMS (Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDSfree, Mentored, and Safe) project offices.

Roles

Finance Responsibilities:
·         Ensure all completed transactions are sufficiently supported by third party receipts or any acceptable justifiable evidence.
·         Ensure all completed transactions are sufficiently approved and have all approval documents on file.
·         All completed transactions are arranged by date order that match chronological order of cash logs.
·         Monitor and update the schedules for the account receivable and account payable on a daily basis.
·         Follow up on reconciliation of advances with partners within 10 days to ensure compliance.
·         Provide oversight of partner and staff travel reconciliations to ensure compliance.
·         Provide financial guidance in the development of monthly, quarterly and annual budgets.
·         Support the AFO to provide monthly, quarterly and annual financial reports to be disseminated to the Programs team and leadership.
·         Manage petty cash aligning with AIHA and USG financial protocols and procedures
·         Responsible for providing budgetary support to the AFO and Programs team as required
·         Oversee countylevel accounting processes to ensure transparent and compliant financial transactions
Administrative Responsibilities:
·         Support the Programs team to ensure all required programmatic and administrative supplies are procured in a timely manner and in compliance with AIHA’s procurement policy.
·         Arrange travel logistics for the AIHA/Kenya staff and applicable partners/stakeholders as needed.
·         Support the monthly payroll management processes under the guidance of the AFO.
·         Provide guidance and administrative support on human resource matters both required by Kenyan labor law and AIHA policy.
·         Coordinate the distribution of program supplies to project sites as required.
·         Ensure all administrative and financial documents are filed per AIHA requirements.
·         Ensure that offices are well maintained and kept in sanitary condition.
·         Keep AIHA/Kenya staff updated on upcoming events or activities; update the AIHA global program calendar on upcoming program activities.
·         Any other duties as applicable and required

Qualifications:

·         Bachelor’s degree required in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or equivalent.
·         A minimum of three (3) years’ work experience in Accounting and/or Finance in NGO programs, with a preference for United States Government (USG) funded programs.
·         Proficiency with computers and current computer software (Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, QuickBooks, Internet).
·         Experience with U.S. Government donor compliance and reporting.
·         Experience leading payroll management and processing functions and familiarity with Kenyan labor law requirements for statutory deductions, etc.
·         Ability to handle multiple tasks and to set priorities. Possess strong organizational and customer service skills. Detailed oriented.
·         Excellent written and verbal communication both in English and Swahili.
·         Commitment to understanding and responding to the most urgent needs and rights of vulnerable youth and HIV/AIDS positive children and their families
·         Ability to work effectively with diverse coworkers and project participants
·         Must be very dependable and detail oriented
·         Effective and diplomatic communicator at all levels
·         Personal and professional maturity and judgment
·         Willingness to work additional hours in order to meet tight deadlines.
·         Must be willing to travel incountry
·         Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously in a fastpaced environment, set priorities, work independently and in a team environment


HR & Admin Assistant
Reports to: Administrative & Finance Officer
Position Summary
Under the direction of the Administrative & Finance Officer (AFO), the Human Resources & Administrative Assistant (HR/AA) will be responsible for supporting the various human resources and administrative tasks within the DREAMS (Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDSfree,
Mentored, and Safe) project offices. The HR/AA will oversee HR policy compliance and implementation while supporting the various administrative tasks of the offices.

Responsibilities:

Human Resources Responsibilities:
·         Support AIHA staff to understand AIHA’s human resource (HR) employment manuals, policies and procedures to ensure adherence.
·         Provide HR support to AIHA/Kenya staff when issues arise while adhering to AIHA’s employee manual.
·         Maintain HR records for all AIHA/Kenya staff in both hard and soft copy and ensure staff update required files as applicable.
·         Maintain records of all engaged consultants and ensure files are complete and meet AIHA’s procurement policies.
·         Liaise with supervisors to monitor staff performance and put plans in place when issues arise to support staff to succeed in their positions.
·         Keep in frequent communication with fringe benefit providers to ensure that staff are aware of updates and/or requirements that affect their benefits.
·         Work closely with the AFO in the monthly payroll process and ensure that all labor law requirements are deducted and processed accordingly.
·         In partnership with the Country Director and respective supervisors, facilitate staff work schedules and ensure staff coverage when staff is on leave.
·         Serve as the point of contact for handling conflict and ensuring the right decisions are made without biasness; lead employees well through the conflict discussions with the parties concerned and leaving both parties satisfied.
·         Leas the recruitment process for new staff and oversee new staff orientation; follow up contractual details and procedures as required.
Administrative Responsibilities:
·         Support the Programs team to ensure all required programmatic and administrative supplies are procured in a timely manner and in compliance with AIHA’s procurement policy.
·         Arrange travel logistics for the AIHA/Kenya staff and applicable partners/stakeholders as needed.
·         Coordinate the distribution of program supplies to project sites as required.
·         Ensure all administrative and financial documents are filed per AIHA requirements.
·         Ensure that offices are well maintained and kept in sanitary condition.
·         Keep AIHA/Kenya staff updated on upcoming events or activities; update the AIHA global program calendar on upcoming program activities.
·         Any other duties as applicable and required

Qualifications

·         Bachelor’s degree required in Human Resource Management or the equivalent and a minimum of three (3) years’ work experience in human resources and administrative support, with a preference for NGOs with United States Government (USG) funded programs; or, a Diploma in Human Resource Management or the equivalent and a minimum of five (5) years’ work experience in human resources with a preference for USG funded programs.
·         Well versed in Kenya labor law and requirements.
·         Proficiency with computers and current computer software (Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook, Internet).
·         Ability to handle multiple tasks and to set priorities. Possess strong organizational and customer service skills. Detailed oriented.
·         Excellent written and verbal communication both in English and Swahili.
·         Commitment to understanding and responding to the most urgent needs and rights of vulnerable youth and HIV/AIDS positive children and their families
·         Ability to work effectively with diverse coworkers and project participants
·         Must be very dependable and detail oriented
·         Effective and diplomatic communicator at all levels
·         Personal and professional maturity and judgment
·         Willingness to work additional hours in order to meet tight deadlines.
·         Must be willing to travel incountry
·         Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously in a fastpaced environment, set priorities, work independently and in a team environment


Data Clerk
Department: Programs
Reports to: Data Officer
Position Summary: 
Under the direction of the Data Officer and working closely with the county level
Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Officer, the Data Clerk/s will play a key role in data team on the DREAMS (Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDSfree, Mentored, and Safe) project. The Data Clerk/s will be responsible for all data entry into the DREAMS database and filing of the required DREAMS data files per project requirements. S/he will ensure data integrity and compliance of all data before entering it into the database and updating project files.

Responsibilities

·         Ensure that all final data is compliant with all DREAMS reporting requirements before entering it into the database and filing.
·         Enter approved, correct DREAMS data into the DREAMS database per set timeframes to meet reporting requirements.
·         Regularly update DREAMS files and ensure all required documentation (enrollment forms, service update forms, verification forms, etc.) are completed as required before saving into the project files.
·         Conduct basic data quality assessment (DQA) to check on the quality of data and edit accordingly as needed.
·         Conduct monthly verification of source documents.
·         Ensure all AGYW files are complete with all the documentation and ensure filing is done according to the SOP.
·         Support the M&E team in SIMS and PEPFAR/OGAC site visit preparations by conducting DQA checks.
·         Provide feedback on data submission processes to ensure processes are streamlined and required information is being submitted per set timeframes.
·         Conduct regular reviews of program data to enable the team to identify whether targets are being met and take immediate corrective actions.
·         Execute data quality audits using DQA tools and ensure followup is complete.

Qualifications

·         Diploma in Health Records and Information Management, Computer Science, Applied Mathematics, Statistics or related courses desired. Data management and/or M&E training from a recognized Institution is an added advantage.
·         A minimum of two years’ specific data entry work experience in the health sector, additional experience with M&E in regards to HIV/AIDS, youth and/or DREAMS program an added advantage.
·         Understanding of PEPFAR expectations and DATIM, MERS, SIMS and other PEPFAR M&E reporting requirements
·         Proficiency in management information systems with precise accuracy and efficiency in keying in data.
·         Experience conducting data review and cleaning.
·         Flexible, able to deal with ambiguity and changes in designing and monitoring M&E systems and standards.
·         Willingness to work additional hours (and possibly weekends) in order to meet strict deadlines as necessary.
·         Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously in a fastpaced environment, set priorities, work independently and in a team environment.
·         English and Swahili fluency is essential, Luo fluency will be an added advantage.
·         Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook,
·         Access) and the Internet.
·         Must be willing to travel incountry to other project offices as needed.
·         Selfmotivated and able to work without close supervision.
·         Excellent organization and planning skills; detail oriented to complete tasks.
How to Apply
Submit a CV and Cover Letter to HRKenya@aiha.com   
Applications are due by Saturday, June 30, 2018
Must include job position in the email subject
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