Project Associate Job in Kenya

Project Associate


Amref Health Africa in Kenya (Amref), jointly with Amref Italy is implementing a Tuberculosis (TB) pilot project to promote patient-centered care for TB patients through digitization of facility and community data in Nakuru County. The project is funded by the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS) to synergize the Global Fund TB grant, for which Amref is the non-state Principal Recipient (PR) for 2021 – 2024. Through the AICS TB project, Amref will work with Division of Tuberculosis, Leprosy and Lung Disease Program (DNTLD-P) and TB coordinators to roll out the digitization of TB patient data using T-Bu lite, a mobile application for TB diagnosis and treatment monitoring at the health facility level.

Amref is seeking a qualified Project Associate to support the implementation of T-Bu Lite at health facility level by providing technical expertise in project coordination and implementation at the targeted health facilities.

Key Responsibilities

 Co-ordination, planning and implementation of project activities.

 Preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual work plans.

 Managing relevant project financial transactions.

 Participating in meetings with relevant partners and stakeholders to strengthen networks and partnerships.

 Monitoring, mentorship, provision of technical guidance and capacity development of health facility staff to enable successful implementation of the project.

 Preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual reports relating to the project as per donor requirements.

 Planning and executing project operations research

 Documentation and dissemination of best practices, lessons learnt and project human interest stories

 Any other duties assigned by the Project Officer and/or Programme Manager


Bachelor’s degree in a health-related discipline such as Nursing, Clinical Medicine, Public Health or an equivalent.

At least three (3) years relevant work experience in a busy NGO working in health programming preferably in the TB and HIV/AIDS field.

Hands on experience in project coordination, monitoring, reporting and documentation

Good interpersonal skills

Excellent written and oral communication skills

Strong report writing and minute taking skills

High honesty and integrity

Strong problem solving and decision-making skills

A self-starter with the ability to take initiative

Ability to work under minimal supervision, prioritize tasks and meet deadlines

Strong IT skills: Experience in the usage of computers and office software packages (MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint);

Fluency in English with good verbal and written skills.

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The closing date will be Tuesday 24 October, 2023.