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  • Posted: Dec 24, 2021
    Deadline: Jan 5, 2022
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  • Migori County is a county in the former Nyanza Province of southwestern Kenya. It is located in western Kenya and borders Homa Bay County, Kisii County, Narok, Tanzania and Lake Victoria to the West. The county also borders Uganda via Migingo Island in Lake Victoria.
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    Office Assistant / Human Resource Officer

    MCPSB318/2021

    Position Summary

    Reporting to the project director, the Human Resources and Administrative Officer is responsible for all aspects of the human resource function within the organization and performs a wide variety of duties focused on human resource management, administrative and office procurement operations.

    Qualifications for Appointment:

    1. Must be a Kenyan citizen
    2. Diploma in Human Resource Management/Development or equivalent from a recognized institution.
    3. Excellent knowledge of Kenya labour laws.
    4. Must be registered with the Institute of Human Resource Management of Kenya (IHRM) or equivalent recognized professional registration body
    5. A minimum working experience of at least three (3) years in a similar position.
    6. Working knowledge of Human Resource Information System will be an added advantage

    Responsibilities

    Duties and Responsibilities

    1. Develop and recommend personnel policies and procedures and maintains the employee HR policies manual in accordance with Kenya Labour Laws and TUKICHEKI policies and procedures
    2. Actively participate in the full cycle recruitment for all office vacancies including development of job descriptions, placing job advertisement, screening and interviewing qualified candidates. Conducting reference checks and extending employment offers.
    3. Ensuring that all new hires are on boarded appropriately and given access to TUKICHEKI and Migori department of Health policies and procedures and support managers on the orientation of new employees.
    4. Lead the performance management process including creating a plan to manage annual reviews
    5. Conduct training and goal setting and organize development activities.
    6. Manage employee relations matters including conflict resolution and disciplinary matters in compliance with local labour laws and TUKICHEKI Policies.
    7. Ensure in all HR practices, there is strict compliance with policies, labour laws and donor requirements, this will include sub-grantees compliance.
    8. Coordinate timesheets, work schedules, leave schedules and other HRH activities.

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    Pharmaceutical Technologist III

    Requirement for appointment

    • Must be a Kenyan citizen
    • Diploma in Pharmaceutical Technology or equivalent qualification approved by the Pharmacy and Poisons Board from a recognized institution.
    • Certificate of Enrollment as a Pharmaceutical Technologist awarded by the Pharmacy and Poisons Board (PPB) and
    • Certificate in Computer Applications Skills from a recognized institution.

    Responsibilities

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    The officer will be responsible for dispensing drugs and medicines to patients under the supervision of a senior officer. Specific duties and responsibilities include;

    1. Receiving, interpreting and processing prescriptions
    2. Recording prescriptions in pharmacy unit
    3. Pre-tracking, re-packing and writing instructions on labels
    4. Counselling of patients on use of drugs in pharmacy unit
    5. Maintaining drug registers/books and
    6. Stock-taking of drugs and medical devices every month.

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    HTS Counselors

    Position summary

    The HTS Counselor will work under the overall supervision of the health facility in charge/CCC inCharge at the Sub-County level with a dotted line to MGIC/CIHEB Kenya Longitudinal Improvement Specialist. He/She will provide HIV Counselling and testing services in line with the National HTS guidelines to achieve maximum identification and linkage outcomes as informed by program priority indicator areas/targets.

    Minimum Qualifications

    1. Must be a Kenyan citizen
    2. Diploma in any health related course.
    3. At least two (2) years’ experience as an HTS Counselor.
    4. NASCOP trained and approved HTS Counselor.
    5. Must have done PT either round 20,21 or 22 with results
    6. Training and competency in sign language, couple counselling and PNS is added.

    Responsibilities

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Ensure HTS screening for all OPD/IPD clients in the facility.
    • Provide HTS to eligible clients in all service delivery points in the facilities.
    • Provide confidential HIV counseling and testing to persons at risk of HIV infection as per KenyaHTS National Guidelines.
    • Prepare HIV patients for treatment and initiation into ART.
    • Link all newly identified HIV positive patients to care and treatment services.
    • Provide group counseling to priority populations e.g. Couples, Discordant couples, Youth and Adolescents.
    • Provide HTS to family members of all index clients and provide PNS to all eligible clients.
    • Write and submit timely, accurate and precise daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly reports to thesupervisor

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    Project Accountant

    MCPSB 317/2021

    Position Summary

    The ideal candidate will be involved with preparing financial reports and statements, bank reconciliations and conducting cyclical audits. Moreover, the candidate must have strong interpersonal skills and possess financial management skills and experience.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    1. Must be a Kenyan citizen
    2. Bachelor’s Degree in Business related field
    3. CPA (Minimum 2 years)
    4. Ability to interpret and analyze financial statements and periodicals
    5. Fluency in Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint etc.)
    6. Three (3) years’ experience and at least two (2) working with donor funded organization

    Responsibilities

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    1. Create ad hoc reports for various business needs.
    2. Prepare tax documents
    3. Compile and analyze financial statements
    4. Manage budgeting and forecasting

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    Fire Men

    Job Qualification

    1. Be a Kenyan Citizen
    2. A holder of KCSE/ O Level (minimum of grade D Plain)
    3. Have fireman/woman III certificate from a recognized fire services training school/institution lasting not less than six (six) months.
    4. Have a First Aid Certificate lasting not more than one week from St. Joseph Ambulance or Kenya Red Cross or from any recognized institution
    5. Have minimum one year experience in fire-fighting and operation of fire-fighting equipment
    6. Be physically and medically fit as certified by a government doctor

    Responsibilities

    Reporting to Fire Officer, the officer will be responsible for the following duties:

    1. Operating firefighting application and communication equipment
    2. Performing specialized functions in preparing and responding to fire and emergency calls in order to prevent and/or minimize loss of life, property or injury as a result of fire
    3. Responding to emergency calls with utmost speed and efficiency
    4. Safeguarding their own and other peoples safety at all times
    5. Assisting in rescue operation
    6. Inspection and maintenance of appliances and equipment and ensuring they are in good repair in accordance with county fire fighting policies and procedures
    7. Any other duty that may be assigned by the supervisor

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    Fire Women

    Job Qualification

    1. Be a Kenyan Citizen
    2. A holder of KCSE/ O Level (minimum of grade D Plain)
    3. Have fireman/woman III certificate from a recognized fire services training school/institution lasting not less than six (six) months.
    4. Have a First Aid Certificate lasting not more than one week from St. Joseph Ambulance or Kenya Red Cross or from any recognized institution
    5. Have minimum one year experience in fire-fighting and operation of fire-fighting equipment
    6. Be physically and medically fit as certified by a government doctor

    Responsibilities

    Reporting to Fire Officer, the officer will be responsible for the following duties:

    1. Operating firefighting application and communication equipment
    2. Performing specialized functions in preparing and responding to fire and emergency calls in order to prevent and/or minimize loss of life, property or injury as a result of fire
    3. Responding to emergency calls with utmost speed and efficiency
    4. Safeguarding their own and other peoples safety at all times
    5. Assisting in rescue operation
    6. Inspection and maintenance of appliances and equipment and ensuring they are in good repair in accordance with county fire fighting policies and procedures
    7. Any other duty that may be assigned by the supervisor

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    Deputy Director Natural Resources And Forestry Development

    Requirements for Appointment:-

    For appointment to this position, a candidate must have:-

    1. Kenyan citizenship;
    2. Served in the Public Service for at least Five (5) years or equivalent. Three of which must be at senior level, in the climate change or Environment related field;
    3. Bachelor’s degree in any of the following disciplines: Climate Change and Climate Systems; Meteorology, Environmental Studies, Natural Resources Management, Botany and Zoology or related fields;
    4. Demonstrate management and ability as reflected in work performance results; and
    5. Satisfy requirements of chapter six of the constitution of Kenya 2010 as leadership integrity.

    Responsibilities

    Duties and responsibilities this level will entail:

    1. Implementation of programs, projects and activities related to Natural Resources and forestry in the department
    2. Enforcement of relevant rules, laws and regulations and monitoring the resilience and health of the environment
    3. Collect, analyze and report data and information on environment and natural resources
    4. Compile regular report as may be required on environment and natural resource activities
    5. Identifying needs challenges and problems for developing effective extension methods and practices through consultations with key stakeholders including community producers and government technical and extension agencies
    6. Develop and implement action plans for enhancing public knowledge and skills on natural resources and forestry development
    7. Promote agroforestry activities within the County

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    Deputy Director Environment, Climate Change And Disaster Management

     

    Job Summary 

    REQUIREMENTS FOR APPOINTMENT:-

    For appointment to this position, a candidate must have:-

    1. Kenyan citizenship;
    2. Served in the Public Service for at least Five (5) years or equivalent. Three of which must be at senior level, in the climate change or Environment related field;
    3. Bachelor’s degree in any of the following disciplines: Climate Change and Climate Systems;Meteorology, Environmental Studies, Natural Resources Management, Botany and Zoology or related fields;
    4. Demonstrate management and ability as reflected in work performance results; and
    5. Satisfy requirements of chapter six of the constitution of Kenya 2010 as leadership integrity.

    Responsibilities

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:-

    Reporting to County Chief Officer, the Deputy Director will be responsible for the following;-

    1. Establishing climate change directorate in the County and develop staff and institutional capacity;
    2. Advising on all matters related to climate change programmers’, projects and activities in the County;
    3. Building capacity for other institutions and stakeholders for County’s Appropriate Mitigation Actions (CAMAs) and measurement, reporting and verification (MRV);
    4. Advising on all matters relating to National and County Legislation, Policy, Coordination
    5. Regulation and monitoring of climate change governance;
    6. In charge of developing, implementation and monitoring of climate change strategic plans, work plans, appropriate programs, performance targets, budgets, standards, rules and guidelines, and all other climate change activities in the County.
    7. Resource mobilization for climate change function including writing bankable proposals; and
    8. Creating awareness on climate change matters in the County at all levels.
    9. Responding to disaster emergencies within the country
    10. Designing disaster management policy which stresses on the parading shifts to disaster risks
    11. Reduction (DRR) approach including early warning systems, preparedness, prevention and mitigation
    12. Ensuring public private partnership and collaboration in all disaster matters
    13. Presenting research proposal to management for approval and adoption
    14. Develop and implement action plans for enhancing public knowledge and skills of best environmental management practices

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    Clinical Officers

    MCPSB 324/2021

    Position summary

    The clinical officer will work under the overall supervision of the health facility in-charge or CCC in charge (where applicable) at the Sub- County level with a dotted line to MGIC/CIHEB-Kenya Clinical Improvement Specialist. He/ She will provide comprehensive HIV and TB prevention and treatment services by ensuring program priority indicator targets are met on timely basis

    Minimum Qualifications:

    1. Must be a Kenyan citizen
    2. Diploma in Clinical Medicine and Surgery from a recognized medical training institution.
    3. Registered with the Clinical Officer’s Council and possess a valid practicing license.
    4. Over 3-years’ relevant experience in implementing ART and TB programs.
    5. Competencies in PMTCT, Adult and Pediatric ART, Counselling and Testing programs andintegrated TB and HIV services are essential.
    6. A team player, motivator with excellent interpersonal and communication skills

    Responsibilities

    Duties and Responsibilities;

    1. Provide quality clinical services to HIV patients at the HIV clinic and any other department (TB, MCH, and inpatient) including Patient counselling, ART treatment preparation, initiation and follow up.
    2. Undertake comprehensive clinical evaluation of PLHIV for ART eligibility and ongoing care as per national guidelines including requisition for baseline and follow up laboratory tests.
    3. Support clinical management of opportunistic infections.
    4. Offer integrated prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) – screening for HIV exposure in children, ART initiation and follow up during ANC and PNC and appropriate follow up of HIV infected children as per national guidelines
    5. Support integrated TB/HIV services including a) TB active case finding and ICF, TB preventive treatment for PLHIV b) Appropriate and timely initiation of TB and ART treatment and c) TB patient follow up and accurately documentation of treatment outcomes.
    6. Support integration of the following services in routine HIV care – family planning, cervical cancer screening, GBV screening and referral, PEP and PrEP services.
    7. Monitor facility ART cohort growth by ensuring program retention strategies are implemented within fidelity.
    8. Support facility rational use of ART and TB commodities through good dispensing practices, stock monitoring, reporting, placing orders and pharmacovigilance.
    9. As a technical member of facility service delivery team, participate in implementation of QI projects, preparation, review and submission of reports, multi-disciplinary team meetings, ECHO/Zoom meetings and trainings.
    10. Actively participate in other service delivery areas and joint facility activities.

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    Adherence Counselors

     MCPSB 328/2021  

    Position summary

    The Adherence Counselor will work under the overall supervision of the health facility in charge/CCC in- Charge at the Sub-County level with a dotted line to MGIC/CIHEB Kenya Longitudinal Improvement Specialist. He/She will provide psychosocial counselling in line with the National ART guidelines to achieve maximum adherence outcomes as informed by program priority indicator areas/targets

    Minimum Qualifications:

    1. Must be a Kenyan Citizen
    2. Diploma in counselling /Psychology /Health related field
    3. At least two (2) Yrs. experience as an Adherence Counsellor
    4. Training in HTS, Adult/Pediatric ART and NASCOP M&E tools will be an added advantage
    5. Good report writing skills
    6. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite

    Responsibilities

    1. Provide ART treatment preparation and support to clients in HIV care.
    2. Provide confidential adherence counseling and support to persons living positively as per Kenya ART National Guidelines.
    3. Support linkage and follow up of clients who turn HIV Positive until initiation of ART.
    4. Implement appointment management systems and case management supporting PLHIV.
    5. Implement a case management system that supports priority clients.
    6. Provide Group counseling e.g. Couples, Discordant couples, Youth and Adolescents.
    7. Support the facilities undertake PNS on all priority groups clients in the CCC above 15 years.
    8. Support clients identify ART barriers and facilitate them develop adherence plans.
    9. Support linkage of all patients to psychosocial support groups
    10. Write and submit timely, accurate and precise daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly reports to the supervisors.

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    Pharmaceutical Technologist II

    MCPSB 323/2021

    Position Summary

    To manage a pharmacy and coordinate all activities of commodities management pertaining to HIV/AIDS drugs for the site

    Requirements for Appointment

    1. Be a holder of Diploma in Pharmacy and Registered with Pharmacy and poison Board.
    2. Minimum 2 years of work experience post registration preferably in a HIV setting.
    3. Knowledge of and experience in commodity Management
    4. Experience on pharmacovigilance reporting.

    Responsibilities

    Duties and responsibilities

    1. Ensure good storage and inventory management practices are adhered to in the facility.
    2. Participate in the multidisciplinary committee to set and periodically evaluate annual department goals.
    3. Develop, review and regularly update the standard operating procedures manual for management, distributions of ARVs and related commodities.
    4. Participate in the health facility medicine and therapeutic committee (MTC) as the secretary of the medicine and therapeutic committee (MTC) or proxy to prepare circulate and file the MTC minutes.
    5. Together with other MTC members, review and regularly update health facility on medicine.
    6. Promote pharma-covigilance activities at the facility, analyze reports and ensure submission to PPB/UMB.
    7. Ensure the web ADT (or recommended pharmacy software) is in use and well maintained (incharge of the pharmacy computer)
    8. Give the ART clinical team updates on the availability and usage of drugs.
    9. Dispense ARVs and O drugs to patients in ART program.
    10. Ensure accurate use of pharmacy registers i.e. DARs,PV Tracking log
    11. Promote good pharmacy practice by providing and adhering to appropriate dispensing environment and practice: offering medication use and adherence counselling as a minimum standard of care to all patients.
    12. Ensure timely submission of monthly commodity reports to the central sites (by 5th of every month) and national mechanisms as applies to the facility
    13. Member of the pharmacy and CCC ream (active members of CQ team).
    14. Oversee pharmacy activities in the facility.

    Method of Application

    Applicants are advised to use PSC 2 application form and attach the necessary documents. All applications should be submitted in a sealed A4 envelope clearly marked on the top left side indicating the reference number for position applied for and addressed to:

    The Secretary/CEO
    Migori County Public Service Board
    P.O Box 365- 40400, Suna

    1. Hand delivered applications should be dropped at the offices of the Migori County Public Service Board located at Nyamome along Namba – Masara road adjacent to Nyamome SDA church.
    2. All applications should reach the Secretary/CEO Migori County Public Service Board on or before Wednesday 5th January, 2021 at 5:00pm.
    3. Shortlisted candidates will be required to produce their original identity cards, academic and professional certificates and testimonials.
    4. For candidates to meet the requirements of chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya 2010, applicants must obtain the following clearances:
      1. Tax compliance certificate from KRA
      2. Clearance certificate from HELB
      3. Clearance certificate from Ethics and Anticorruption Commission (EACC)
      4. Certificate of good conduct from Criminal Investigation Department

    NB:

    Women, People Living With Disabilities and Marginalized Groups are encouraged to apply;

    Only shortlisted and successful candidate will be contacted;
    Canvassing in any form will lead to automatic disqualification.
    MIGORI COUNTY PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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