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ICAP Monitoring & Evaluation NGO Jobs 2017

 

ICAP of Columbia University is working in partnership with the Ministry of Health, Kenya to strengthen HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment services at County and Sub County health facilities. This program is part of a US Government initiative against HIV in Kenya that receives funding from PEPFAR through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Reporting to the Director- NIMART on day-to-day basis and to the Technical Advisor- Monitoring and Evaluation in general, the monitoring & Evaluation Officer will provide technical support in the planning and implementation of NIMART monitoring and evaluation (ME) activities within the ICAP.

Monitoring & Evaluation NGO Job Responsibilities

  • Provide mentorship to facility staff on the appropriate use of HIV-related M&E tools, reporting to the MoH DHIS2 database and on use of nationally approved electronic patient-level databases
  • Lead in the collection, aggregation and reporting of data
  • Conduct periodic data quality audits for data quality assurance

Requirements for the Monitoring & Evaluation NGO Job

  • Degree in a Health Records Information, Epidemiology, Statistics or related field
  • At least 3 years’ experience in HIV program monitoring and evaluation.
  • Familiarity with HIV-related MoH ME tools , MoH DHIS2 database system and Microsoft Excel

 

How to Apply

All applications including a current CV, telephone number and 3 referees (one who should be at least your current/previous supervisor) should be sent to the Director-Human Resources, [email protected] on or before March 2, 2017.

ICAP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

ICAP Gender-Based Violence NGO Jobs 2017

 

ICAP of Columbia University is working in partnership with the Ministry of Health, Kenya to strengthen HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment services at County and Sub County health facilities. This program is part of a US Government initiative against HIV in Kenya that receives funding from PEPFAR through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Reporting to the Program Director- Nyanza on day-to-day basis with the overall guidance of the Technical Advisor- Mental Health, the Gender-Based Violence Officer will be responsible for identifying victims of gender violence and those at risk and refer them to appropriate services and ensure post referral follow up.

Responsibilities for the Gender-Based Violence NGO Job

  • Working with ICAP management and staff to implement mitigation measures for Gender Based Violence
  • Participating in community sensitization and advocacy on Gender Based Violence
  • Assessing survivors of gender based violence, filling out all relevant forms and developing a case based treatment plan in line with the policies and guidelines
  • Providing psychotherapeutic interventions to survivors of GBV
  • Ensuring survivors are effectively followed up, referred and linked to other necessary services.
  • Conducting regular multidisciplinary team meetings to follow up on Gender Based Violence activities
  • Providing psycho-education to clients on their rights, available services and how to access the
  • Setting up a conducive environment for service provision to ensure confidentiality during interviews and to secure sensitive information
  • Ensuring proper documentation of data collected (hard and soft copies)
  • Writing field visit weekly reports on major findings, needs and problems fac
  • Developing and maintaining effective working relationship with relevant stakeholders including partner agencies, community leaders and service providers
  • Developing Information Education Communication material content on gender based violence in collaboration with the ICAP team

Gender-Based Violence NGO Job Requirements

  • Degree in Counseling Psychology or related field
  • Masters in relevant field will be an added advantage
  • Excellent communication and analytical skill
  • Working experience with communities especially in the field of Gender Based Violence programming
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks; proven self-initiative and problem solving abilities
  • Ability to communicate in the local dialect will be an added advantage
  • Commitment to protecting human rights.

 

How to Apply

All applications including a current CV, telephone number and 3 referees (one who should be at least your current/previous supervisor) should be sent to the Director-Human Resources, [email protected] on or before March 2, 2017.

ICAP is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

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