International Centre for Reproductive Health Kenya in collaboration with ICRH Ghent and The Division of Gender, Sexuality, and Health in the Columbia University Department of Psychiatry will be implementing a study with specific aims understand the socio-cultural context of risk behaviour, beliefs / understandings of HIV and risk; barriers to and facilitators of risk-reduction; and responses to intervention messages from which a multi-level risk reduction intervention tailored to the local context and to determine feasibility, acceptability, as well as participant level of exposure to the intervention.
- Basic Degree in Social Sciences or secondary level
- 3 years post training practical experience in qualitative studies of 6 years for those with secondary education
- Fluency in English and Swahili both written and spoken
- Excellent writing, research, analysis, communication, organizational sills a must
- Ability to work independently and multi-task required
- Flexibility is essential.
- The ideal candidate has the ability to work in both collaborative and self-directed situations
- Candidates should be prepared to submit writing sample and official transcripts
- Excellent skills in translation and transcription of qualitative data
- Knowledge of quantitative and qualitative research methods
- Understanding of fundamental issues of HIV/AIDS and STI among MARPS
- Experience with MS Office and Outlook is necessary
- Some knowledge of standard qualitative data analysis packages (NVivo, Atlas , NuDist etc) is desirable; NVivo software experience is a plus
How to Apply
- Application letter stating salary expectation and an up-to-date CV with names and addresses of three referees and telephone contacts should be uploaded on the ICRHK job application portal by 31st March 2016.
- The applicants also need to fill a bio data form accessible on our website; http://www.icrhk.org