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Private Sector Prevention and Treatment Lead Jobs

1 month ago   Jobs Offers   Nairobi   97 views

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Location: Nairobi

Job Description/RequirementsUNIVERSITY OF NAIROBIEXTERNAL JOB VACANCIES (PROJECT POSITION)Applications are invited for the following position:PRIVATE SECTOR PREVENTION AND TREATMENT LEAD, USAID FAHARI YA JAMII PROGRAM, ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT - AD/7/183/21 - (1 POST)The ProjectThe University of Nairobi has received funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to support implementation of the Kenya Health Partnerships for Quality Services (HIV, FP/RMNCAH, Nutrition and WASH) in Nairobi and Kajiado Counties through the USAID Fahari ya Jamii Project. To successfully implement the Project seeks to competitively fill the above position:The PositionThis is a full time position based in Nairobi.Job descriptionThe holder of this position will be responsible for direct service delivery, mentorship, capacity building, monitoring, evaluation, and reporting of care and treatment activities in the private sector.Job specificationsThe applicant shall be a holder of Bachelor of Clinical Medicine with a Master’s degree as an added advantage. He or she will have at least seven (7) years' experience in clinical HIV management and HIV prevention, care and treatment programming in the public sector or a large private sector setting.Terms of appointmentThis a position whose tenure is one (1) year contract renewable based on performance and by mutual consent. The salary is negotiable depending on the level of education and work experience.NOTES1. Applicants should email their application letters, certified copies of certificates and curriculum vitae (CV) giving details of their qualifications, experience and three (3) referees indicating their telephone contacts and e-mail contacts.2. Applications and related documents should be forwarded through applicants’ Heads of Departments, where applicable, and be addressed to the Director, Human Resource, University of Nairobi.3. Applicants should state their current designations, salaries and other benefits attached to those designations.4. The application letter must bear the reference code indicated in the advertisement.5. Late applications will not be considered.6. Applications should be emailed torecruit-psptl@uonbi.ac.keas one file in PDF.CLOSING DATE: FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 2021THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.ONLY SHORTLISTED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED.

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