Clinical Officer Job at Aids Healthcare Foundation
Clinical Officer Job Responsibilities:
- Management and coordination of clinic activities.
- Provides day to day management of HIV/AIDS patients including patients on ART.
- Effective and active management of clients at the CCC.
- Maintenance and ordering of OI’s and other non-pharmaceuticals.
- Ensures proper patient record keeping on ART, Pre ART and other records according to the M.O.H guidelines and stock keeping on all drugs at the CCC.
- Organize for patient follow-up in collaboration with the community programs for default clients.
- Responsible for making and sending timely reports to the Country Program Manager, M.O.H and other personnel, as required.
- Works in partnership with the hospital committee team and other stakeholders.
- Provides leadership and supervision of junior staff.
- Is responsible for management of petty cash.
Includes direct supervision of Laboratory technicians, Nurses and subordinate staff.
Qualifications for Clinical Officer Job
Education and/or Experience
- Diploma in Clinical Medicine from a recognized MedicalCollege;
- Possess a valid registration certificate from the Clinical Officer Council of Kenya;
- Certificate of Training in Adult and Pediatric ART from National Aids control council (NASCOP) Kenya
- Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common scientific and technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents.
- Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community.
- Ability to write speeches and articles for publication that conform to prescribed style and format. Ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups, and/or boards of directors.
Other Skills & Abilities/Qualifications
- Sensitivity to issues surrounding HIV and AIDS
Knowledge of HIV/AIDS and health related issues.
3-5 years of field experience in Clinical management of HIV/AIDS and managing public health/international development programs;
Highly skilled in HIV/AIDS programming, preferably within an African context, funded by major donors, such as the U.S. Government, World Bank, Global Fund for AIDS, TB, and Malaria, corporations, foundations, etc.;
Must be culturally sensitive and able to work in a wide variety of settings and cultures
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