Description

  • Job TypeFull Time
  • QualificationBA/BSc/HND
  • Experience
  • LocationNairobi
  • Job FieldMedical / Healthcare 

Major Responsibilities

  • Planning and implementation of Global Fund project activities
  • Ensure the implementation of the Global Fund Project at the sub county level. 
  • Strengthen community awareness and sensitization for improved HIV service delivery and use of 
  • HIV services by the communities in their sub counties
  • Ensure close partnership with communities to influence decision makers in uptake of HIV services;
  • Ensure that existing business processes, standards and guidelines related to HIV initiatives are effectively implemented within the communities;
  • Work closely with the Cluster manager and Global HIV Project Officer A, M&E in identification of existing gaps in HIV programming at the community level through information sharing avenues to handle project activities effectively. 
  • Ensure timely and appropriate utilization of budgeted resources for each sub county activities.
  • Data collection and monitoring as per Global Fund M&E standards
  • Continuously monitor Evidence Based Interventions sites and community groups including 
  • EBAN EBI facilitators, Community Volunteers and Peer Educators among others implementing initiatives on HIV 
  • Responsible for implementation, monitoring, evaluation, documentation and dissemination of 
  • promising practices for HIV interventions in the project area at the community level.
  • Convene and support the data collection meetings in the sub county by the EBAN EBI 
  • facilitators, Community Volunteers and the Peer Educators at the facility level. 
  • Compile activity reports and submit to the Project officer for review.
  • Build Capacity of community groups 
  • Mobilize community groups for trainings, EBAN EBI sessions and sensitizations and organize logistics within the sub county.
  • Build the capacity of partners including; EBAN EBI facilitators, Support groups of adolescent and 
  • young people, Men in High Risk, Opinion leaders; to enable them effectively intervene in the area of HIV. 
  • Take a lead in building community’s capacities in HIV and other health issues through trainings and review meetings
  • Support Structured Community Dialogue sessions with community level actors
  • Global Fund HIV project Documentation 
  • Document and share relevant deliverables for Global Fund Project in the sub County especially stories of impact and human-interest stories.
  • Maintain a depository of community reports, photos and videos related to the implementation of each Global Fund project activities
  • Support documentation and share best practices on HIV within the Sub county for sharing at the 
  • Sub county, county, regional and national levels

Qualifications: Education/Technical Skills and Experience

  • Diploma in Nursing Sciences, clinical medicine, Public Health, Community Health and 
  • Environmental Heath. Degree in Nursing Sciences, Clinical Medicine, Public health, Community 
  • Health and Environmental health will be an added advantage.
  • At least 2-years’ experience in HIV programming 
  • Mandatory Experience in HIV Programming focusing on PMTCT, Treatment, Care and Support 
  • (TCS), Men in High Risk, and Discordant Couples. 
  • Computer proficiency in use of MS Office ((Excel, word, PowerPoint etc) 
  • Experienced in data collection and documentation of projects
  • Have local partnership engagement, public relations and communication skills
  • Experience working in Nairobi County is an added Advantage

Method of Application

Qualified and Interested candidates to send copies of the documents listed below to the following email address: recruit_kenya@wvi.org to reach us by 6th August 2022.
CLEARLY INDICATE ON THE EMAIL SUBJECT LINE – APPLICATION FOR 
COMMUNITY MOBILIZER – GLOBAL FUND HIV
(Only short-listed candidates will be contacted).

Requirements:
An up to date Curriculum vitae with 3 referees (Include the referees’ email addresses and day telephone contact). 
Copies of Academic/Professional Certificates.
Copy of both sides of your National Identity Card (ID).
APPLICATION DEADLINE AUGUST 6TH, 2022