4 Current Capacity Kenya Jobs
The Deputy / Technical Project Director is a senior member of IntraHealth project leadership team, reporting directly to the Kenya Project Director.
S/he is responsible for leading the program/technical team in the implementing the Associate Award (AA) to the Capacity project in Kenya.
The Deputy / Technical Project Director oversee the technical staff to ensure the project achieves the three Intermediate Results, providing both guidance and technical support.
S/he also works closely with staff seconded to the Ministry of Health (MOH), and other selected Ministries and represents the project and the agency at various technical fora, including Technical Working Groups (TWG), with the MOH, USAID and other key stakeholders.
The candidate should hold a PHD and/or Medical degree with significant clinical experience with a minimum of 10 years relevant working senior technical, management and leadership experience.
S/he must have extensive experience in Health Systems Strengthening, Human Resources for Health, proven success in working with USAID Projects, including experience with PEPFAR reporting systems.
Asst. Director – Community Health & HRH Development
The Assistant Director, Community Health will work with communities and local coalitions to design, implement, monitor and evaluate community health and prevention initiatives.
S/he will be responsible for supporting the implementation of a HR approach for the National Community Health Strategy.
She will also support to designing appropriate monitoring and evaluation tools. In collaboration with the relevant line ministries, she will work with the network of other implementing partners to implement community health worker models funded by USAID/Kenya programs.
Additionally, s/he will liaise with government line ministries and other partners to develop HR strategic plans for community health interventions and support the public, not-for profit and private health providers roll-out the National Community Health Strategy.
Using the NHTP as the anchoring point, develop work with training institutions to develop training approaches and programs for CHEWS and CORPS.
The candidate should have a Medical Degree and a post graduate qualification in public health with minimum 10 year relevant working experience.
A significant knowledge of issues in health worker development programs in the country is desirable. Successful experience in managing USAID and PEPFAR funded programs with knowledge of GOK and MOH systems.
The HR Officer will be responsible for providing day-o-day management support to the Human Resources function, maintaining the human resource information system, employee records and implementing HR functions as from time to time determined by the HR Manager.
Minimum qualifications include a Higher Diploma in human resource management from a recognized institution with at least 3 years working experience in a busy HR function with a thorough understanding of HR processes.
Human Resources Information Systems Manager
The position is responsible for all aspects of deploying human resource information systems within the region as assigned on an activity basis.
The position will work closely with local HRIS stakeholders, activity specialists, Ministries of health, and implementation team.
The HRIS Manager will assist in software development and customization, data management and infrastructure improvements for Ministries of Health, professional licensing councils, FBOs and other government institutions.
Minimum qualifications include degree in Computer science or Information Technology or equivalent field. At least 7-10 years relevant work experience in computerized HRIS system development and implementation.
In-depth knowledge of Linux and open source technologies is desirable with strong experience in supporting MYSQL in Linux (Ubuntu) environment.
To apply please send CV and cover letter to email@example.com by March 30, 2012.
For more information about IntraHealth International go to www.IntraHealth.org.
As an equal opportunity employer, IntraHealth in Kenya makes decisions based on optimal achievement of the project’s purpose and related work objectives and does not discriminate in its employment decisions on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability or on any other basis that would be in violation of any applicable local law.
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