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CHAK Hiring In 6 Positions

The Christian Health Association of Kenya (CHAK) is excited to announce multiple career opportunities for passionate and dedicated professionals across various disciplines. We are seeking qualified candidates to fill six key positions that are vital to our mission of enhancing the quality of healthcare services in Kenya. The positions available include:

Positions

1. Technical Advisor RMNCH

2. Programme Officer – Quality Improvement

3. Assistant Accountant

4. Data Officer

5. Driver

6. Cluster Lead – Regional Medical Officer 

The job qualifications and application procedure are described below. 

JOB TITLE: Technical Advisor RMNCH

DEPARTMENT: Health Programming

REPORTS TO: Programmes Manager

SUPERVISION: Programme Officers

Job profile
CHAK is seeking a highly motivated and dynamic program officer to provide technical support to the BMGF-funded program with the aim of scaling up products introduction for MNCH service delivery in Kenya. The Technical Advisor RMNCH will provide technical support for MNCH interventions for supported CHAK member health units. The Technical Advisor RMCH will report to the Programs Manager at CHAK Secretariat.

Key responsibilities

  1. Provide technical leadership and mentorship to the project team and supported facilities.
  2. Planning and implementation of RMNCH Product Introduction Program interventions at supported facilities.
  3. Participate in quality assurance/collaborative quality improvement of RMNCH services at the facility level including Infection Prevention and Control interventions
  4. Support site improvement and monitoring systems at facility level through onsite mentorship.
  5. Provide onsite clinical systems mentorship to facility staff.
  6. Preparation of workplans, technical reports and contribution to budget preparations.
  7. Support review of program performance data and assist in the development of quarterly review presentations.
  8. Support monitoring of availability of program tracer commodities in the implementing facilities.
  9. Assist in monitoring and evaluation of activities relating to RMNCH and participate in programs performance review meetings. Utilize data to inform quality of care and performance in supported facilities and provide requisite mentorship on use of data to improve RMNCH service delivery.
  10. Perform joint supervision with the County, Sub County and EPN team.
  11. Provide targeted training on maternal and infant health to healthcare workers working at facility level.

Qualifications

  1. Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and duly registered with the Nursing Council of Kenya.
  2. At least three years’ progressive working experience in a donor funded program. 
  3. Excellent writing and communication skills. 
  4. Working knowledge of Ms Word, Ms Excel and Ms Power Point with excellent presentations skills.
  5. Self-driven, innovative, a team player with strong interpersonal skills.

Application procedure
Kindly send your application using the link at the top of this page by attaching your cover letter, CV and copies of certificates.

Note: The attached documents should not exceed 2MBs to ensure successful submission of your application.

In case of challenges using the link provided, please email [email protected] stating the specific challenges for further guidance. The closing date for receiving all applications is July 19, 2024. Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.

NB: By applying for this position, I hereby consent for CHAK to collect, store and process my information. I understand that I may withdraw my consent by withdrawing my application.

JOB TITLE: Program Officer – Quality Improvement

DEPARTMENT: Health Programming
REPORTS TO: Programmes Manager
SUPERVISION: None

Job profile
CHAK is seeking an experienced program officer to support implementation of the BMGF funded program with the aim of scaling up products introduction for MNCH service delivery in Kenya. The Program Officer – Quality Improvement (QI) will be responsible for implementation of program workplans by offering mentorship and guidance to strengthen RMNCH quality improvement approaches. The Program officer – QI will report to the Programmes Manager at CHAK Secretariat.

Key responsibilities

  1. Conduct site visits to program health facilities to provide mentorship, and support supervision with focus on high impact strategies for improving RMNCH service delivery.
  2. Participate in planning and preparation of relevant tools and guidelines for the project to support service delivery. 
  3. Organize and facilitate trainings and other capacity strengthening activities for project staff, healthcare workers and implementing partners as necessary.
  4. Participate in quality assurance/collaborative quality improvement of RMNCH services at the facility level including Infection Prevention and Control interventions. 
  5. Support site improvement and monitoring systems at facility level through onsite mentorship. 
  6. Provide onsite clinical systems mentorship to facility staff for continuous quality improvement activities. 
  7. Conduct collaborative quality improvement review meetings with facilities’ health care workers and mentors. 
  8. Support monitoring of availability of program tracer commodities in the implementing facilities. 
  9. Preparation of workplans, and submission of timely high-quality reports to the Programmes Manager. 
  10. Support review of programme performance data and assist in development of quarterly review presentations. 
  11. Assist in monitoring and evaluation of activities relating to RMNCH and participate in programs performance review meetings.
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Qualifications

  1. Diploma in Clinical Medicine and Surgery or bachelor’s degree in clinical medicine/nursing. 
  2. Registration with relevant professional bodies and active practice license.
  3. At least three years’ progressive working experience in a donor funded program. 
  4. Good understanding of Collaborative Quality Improvement Projects.
  5. Excellent writing and communication skills. 
  6. Working knowledge of Ms Word, Ms Excel and Ms Power Point with excellent presentations skills.
  7. Self-driven, innovative, a team player and strong interpersonal skills.

Application procedure
Kindly send your application using the link at the top of this page by attaching your cover letter, CV and copies of certificates.

Note: The attached documents should not exceed 2MBs for successful submission of your application.

In case of challenges using the application link provided, please write to [email protected] stating the specific challenges for further guidance.

The closing date for receiving all applications is July 19, 2024. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.

NB: By applying for this position, I hereby consent for CHAK to collect, store and process my information. I understand that I may withdraw my consent by withdrawing my application.

JOB TITLE: Assistant Accountant 

DEPARTMENT: Finance and Administration 
REPORTS TO: Senior Accountant 
LOCATION: Nairobi, Kenya 

CHAK is looking to hire an Assistant Accountant on a fixed term contract of three years. The assistant accountant will support CHAK in financial and record keeping processes. The role holder is expected to undertake payment processing, record keeping and provide support to the senior accountant. This contract is non-renewable and is subject to availability of funds.

Job responsibilities
• Prepare payments, ensure timely approval and proper allocation of project expenses
• Prepare M-PESA disbursements and ensure proper reconciliation and replenishment
• Support travel arrangements through processing travel advances and expenses
• Preparation and input journal entries into the system
• Ensure timely remittance of PAYE, WHT, NITA,HELB and VAT
• Ensure remittance of statutory payment schedules to service providers
• Support internal and external audits
• Reconcile supplier statements with the supplier ledger on a timely basis
• Printing and filing of payment vouchers
• Any other duties as assigned by the supervisor

Qualifications and requirements
• Bachelor’s degree in Finance or related disciplines
• Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or equivalent current certification required
• Two years’ experience in a busy finance office
• Knowledge of financial software applications. Knowledge of Nav 365 will be an added advantage.
• Fluency in spoken and written English

Application procedure
Kindly send your application using the link at the top of this page by attaching your cover letter, CV and copies of certificates.

Note: Attached documents should not exceed 2MBs to ensure successful submission of your application.

In case of challenges using the application link provided, please email [email protected] stating the specific challenges for further guidance. The closing date for receiving all applications is July 19, 2024. Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.

NB: By applying for this position, I hereby consent for CHAK to collect, store and process my information. I understand that I may withdraw my consent by withdrawing my application.

JOB TITLE: Data Officer

DEPARTMENT: Health Programming
REPORTS TO: Programmes Manager

Job Profile
CHAK is seeking an experienced data officer to support implementation of the BMGF funded program with the aim of Scaling up Products Introduction for MNCH service delivery in Kenya. The data officer will support health information systems strengthening, data management and timely reporting and provide support to implementing facilities. The data officer will report to the Programmes Manager at CHAK Secretariat.

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Key responsibilities

  1. Support information technology infrastructure and data management tools in implementing facilities.
  2. Overall responsible for program Shelf-Life App (Commodity Management App for the implementing facilities).
  3. Serves as the primary point person for all IT programming, related inquiries and troubleshooting.
  4. Create and maintain data validation rules, queries/scripts and other data quality checks to improve data quality.
  5. Support timely monthly/quarterly and Ad hoc program reporting to the donor.
  6. Provide support in development and application of M&E tools in the project.
  7. Support technical M&E needs in the implementation facilities and at program level.
  8. Conduct routine and periodic data quality audits for data quality assurance at facility levels.
  9. Provide mentorship to facility staff on appropriate use of RMNCH-related M&E data collection and reporting tools.
  10. Support regular M&E capacity building activities in the project.
  11. Increase health facilities demand for quality information, methods, and tools and facilitation of information use in decision making.
  12. Support CHAK central data repository systems.

Qualifications

  1. Bachelor’s degree in computer science, Information technology, software engineering or related field or relevant experience.
  2. Knowledge of computer hardware, software, and programming.
  3. Experience with SQL statistical analysis programs such as SAS, R or STATA.
  4. Any programming language PL/SQL, python (an added advantage).
  5. Skills in the use of web analytics tools (Google Analytics, Web trends etc.) is highly desirable.
  6. Familiarity with relational databases (schemas, design) and XML is highly desirable.
  7. At least two years’ demonstrated experience including developing and designing data sets, indicators, data elements and designing custom data entry screens for DHIS2.
  8. Experience in developing health information systems, databases and reports.
  9. Understanding of popular tools currently in the health sector such as ODK, REDcap is an added advantage.
  10. Self-driven, innovative, a team player with strong interpersonal skills.

Application procedure

Kindly send your application using the link at the top of this page by attaching your cover letter, CV and copies of certificates.

Note: Attached documents should not exceed 2MBs to ensure successful submission of your application.

In case of challenges using the application link provided, please email [email protected] stating the specific challenges for further guidance.

Closing date for receiving applications is July 19, 2024. Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.

NB: By applying for this position, I hereby consent for CHAK to collect, store and process my information. I understand that I may withdraw my consent by withdrawing my application.

JOB TITLE:  Driver

REPORTS TO: Procurement and Administration Officer 
LOCATION: Nairobi – 90 per cent field travel 

Christian Health Association of Kenya is looking to hire an experienced driver. This is a fixed term three-year contract (non-renewable) subject to availability of funds.

The job holder will be responsible for providing reliable transportation services to CHAK employees and visitors; operating and carrying out routine maintenance on assigned vehicle and keeping up-to-date vehicle records.

Job responsibilities

  • Maintain defensive driving and operate assigned vehicle in a safe and courteous manner in line with CHAKs policy.
  • Assist passengers including the handicapped in and out of the vehicle.
  • Read and interpret maps and driving directions to plan the most efficient route.
  • Present safety briefing to passengers prior to each trip.
  • Observe all traffic rules.
  • Keep the assigned vehicle(s) clean.
  • Maintain accurate, up-to-date records on trip sheets, vehicle maintenance, incident reports, accident reports, vehicle condition reports and other records.
  • Fuel assigned vehicle as well as undertake minor maintenance tasks on assigned vehicle(s) as required/before travel.
  • Respond to accidents or medical emergencies by notifying emergency response providers and carrying out First Aid pending arrival of emergency personnel.

Qualifications and requirements
• Basic management course in any relevant field.
• High School certificate
• Clean driver’s license
• Ability to drive manual vehicle with over five years’ experience and clean records
• Proven experience of driving in most regions in Kenya
• Good communication and interpersonal skills
• Report writing skills and ability to read maps
• Computer literacy

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Application procedure
Kindly send your application using the link provided at the top of this page by attaching your cover letter, CV and copies of certificates.

Note: Attached documents should not exceed 2MBs to ensure successful submission of your application.

In case of challenges using the application link provided, email [email protected] stating the specific challenge for further guidance. Closing date for receiving all applications is July 19, 2024. Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.

NB: By applying for this position, I hereby consent for CHAK to collect, store and process my information. I understand that I may withdraw my consent by withdrawing my application.

JOB TITLE: CLUSTER LEAD – REGIONAL MEDICAL OFFICER

Job profile

CHAK is seeking an experienced Regional Medical Officer to be based in Nairobi, supporting the CDC-funded CHAP Stawisha project. The project supports HIV/TB/OVC services in faith based and county health facilities across 15 counties in Kenya, with offices in Meru, Embu, Kitui and Nairobi.

The Regional Medical Officer will provide technical oversight for HIV/TB prevention as well as care and treatment interventions for supported faith-based facilities in the CHAP Stawisha Program.

Key responsibilities and duties
These will include but not limited to oversight of CHAP Stawisha staff supporting the cluster, county engagement, mentorship and capacity building of facility staff and the regional team.

  • Provide technical leadership and mentorship to the regional team and supported facilities.
  • Planning and implementation of HIV Prevention Care and Treatment and TB services at supported facilities
  • Participate in quality assurance/quality improvement of TB and HIV services at the facility level including TB infection prevention and control interventions.
  • Support site improvement and monitoring systems at facility level through onsite mentorship
  • Provide onsite clinical systems mentorship to facility staff.
  • Preparation of work plans, technical reports and contribution to budget preparations.
  • Support review of regional program performance data and assist in the development of quarterly review slides and quarterly presentations.
  • Assist in monitoring and evaluation of activities relating to HIV care and participate in program performance review meetings. Utilize data to inform quality of care and performance in supported facilities and provide requisite mentorship on use of data to improve patient management.
  • Participate in regional, county, and sub-county level HIV and TB technical working groups and serve as the liaison between CHAP Stawisha and the county health teams.
  • Perform joint supervision of HIV care and treatment TB and HIV services with the County and Sub County Health Management Teams (C/SHMTs)
  • Actively participate in program operational research
  • Any other lawful duties as assigned by the Senior Clinical Technical Advisor within the scope and nature of the position.

Qualifications

  • Medical Doctor with a bachelor’s degree in medicine from a reputable University and duly registered with the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Council (KMPDC).
  • At least three years’ progressive HIV-related clinical experience.
  • At least three years’ experience working in a HIV donor funded program.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills.
  • Working knowledge of Ms. Word, Ms. Excel, and Ms. PowerPoint with excellent presentation skills.
  • Self-driven, innovative, a team player with strong interpersonal skills.

Application procedure
Kindly send your application using the link at the top of this page by attaching your cover letter, CV, copies of certificates and contacts of three referees. In case of difficulty using the link given, kindly email [email protected]. Applications should be addressed to: 

The General Secretary

Christian Health Association of Kenya 

P.O. Box 30690 – 00100 GPO, Nairobi

Applicants are advised to indicate the job title as the subject line and state their current and expected remuneration in their cover letters.

Closing date for receiving applications is July 12, 2024. Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.

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