Job Title: Accountants

Ref: ACC/LVCT/2011

Positions: 2

Location: Embu & Kisumu

The Accountant will ensure effective and efficient management of the financial resources. The job entails the preparation of regular accounts, budgeting, planning and cash management.

Key Responsibilities:

Maintaining accounts and financial administrative systems by:
  • Preparation of financial reports and budgeting
  • Processing of payments and maintenance of petty cash
  • Developing and maintaining a sound financial filing system and asset registers
Requirements:
  • Bachelors degree in business studies
  • Professional accountancy training – CPA/ACCA II or above
  • Over 2 years of relevant grant accounting experience.
  • Strong computer skills with proficiency in accounting software and Ms office suite
  • High integrity and ability to work with minimum supervision
Qualified applicants are invited to send their cover letter and detailed CV along with contacts of three referees, Salary history and expectations, clearly stating the position and location applied for, to:

Human Resource and Administration Division,
Liverpool VCT, Care and Treatment,
P.O Box 19835, 00202
Nairobi, Kenya

Or email: recruitment@liverpoolvct.org

so as to reach us NOT later than April 4, 2011

Note: Only short listed applicant will be contacted.

LVCT is an equal opportunity employer

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Title: Program Officers (PITC)

Ref: PITC/LVCT/2011

Location: Embu / Nyeri

The PITC Officer will support establishment of Provider Initiated Testing and Counseling (PITC) services in selected provinces in liaison with the PITC coordinator, Identify and document best practices for implementation of PITC for replication in all sites within the province and strengthen linkages between PITC and care and treatment in supported sites.

He/She will actively represent LVCT in district and provincial stakeholder fora while strengthening linkages with DHMTs and PHMTs, carry out capacity building – identify knowledge gaps, provide training, clinical mentorship and OJT for staff providing PITC in all sites.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Support establishment of Provider Initiated Testing and Counselling (PITC) services in selected provinces in liaison with the PITC coordinator.
  • Identify and document best practices for implementation of PITC for replication in all sites within the province.
  • Strengthen linkages between PITC and care and treatment in supported sites.
  • Actively represent LVCT in district and provincial stakeholder fora while strengthening linkages with DHMTs and PHMTs
  • Capacity building – identify knowledge gaps, provide training, clinical mentorship and OJT for staff providing PITC in all sites
  • Commodities management - Liaise with the PITC coordinator to ensure availability of all commodities and materials for PITC including test kits, data tools and IEC materials in all supported sites.
  • Data management - ensure accurate collection of PITC data from supported sites, prepare and present to management, regular PITC reports from each region, ensure relevant analysis of PITC data on a regular basis and ensure appropriate comparison of project PITC data with other national HTC data
  • Monitoring and supervision – monitor and provide support supervision of all PITC implementing sites in collaboration with PASCOs and DASCOs and ensure quality is maintained at all times
  • Planning and budgeting – prepare regular (monthly/quarterly) work plans and budgets in consultation with the PITC coordinator and liquidate funds in a timely manner as per LVCT guidelines
Requirements
  • Degree or Diploma in health sciences - Clinical officers, Nurses, Lab Techs etc.
  • At least 2 years experience in HIV counseling and testing especially PITC
  • Trained in PITC and other HIV related courses.
  • Experience with Government of Kenya guidelines, standards, tools and best practices with good knowledge of PEPFAR programs
  • Demonstrable leadership and report writing skills
  • Trainer preferably with TOT training
  • Good communication skills
  • Good with MS Office suite
Qualified applicants are invited to send their cover letter and detailed CV along with contacts of three referees, Salary history and expectations, clearly stating the position and location applied for, to:

Human Resource and Administration Division,
Liverpool VCT, Care and Treatment,
P.O Box 19835, 00202 Nairobi, Kenya

Or email: recruitment@liverpoolvct.org

so as to reach us NOT later than April 4, 2011

Note: Only short listed applicant will be contacted.

LVCT is an equal opportunity employer

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Title: Program Officers (GBV)

Ref: GBV/LVCT/2011

Positions: 3

Location: Nyeri, Nakuru & Machakos

The GBV Officer will provide oversight to the Gender Based Violence program at facility and community level to ensure service provision, medico-legal linkages and community sensitization and creation of demand for services.

The officer will ensure the provision of the highest standards for service delivery to survivors of sexual violence. This will largely entail capacity building/strengthening to GoK, CSOs and other partners including the private sector.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Provide leadership to APHIAplus staff, MoH officials and other stakeholders including APHIAplus partners to identify gender needs and concerns and facilitate them in integrating gender into programming of their HIV/AIDS work.
  • Support the links with governmental and other stakeholders to strengthen APHIAplus engagement in gender work within the national and international HIV/AIDS response.
  • Scaling up PRC services in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation facilities.
  • Work in collaboration with other technical project area to ensure synergies in the various programs.
  • Ensure development and timely implementation of work plans, budgeting and accounting of resources allocated to the APHIAplus gender program.
  • To prepare periodic and special reports documenting program performance and to participate in professional association forums, in local and international conferences.
Requirements:
  • Degree or Diploma in medical or social science with over 3 years experience in GBV programming
  • Knowledge and experience on provision of post rape care services or implementation of GBV programs
  • Good communication, demonstrable leadership and report writing skills
  • Training skills
  • Demonstrable leadership and report writing skills
  • Good with MS Office suite
Qualified applicants are invited to send their cover letter and detailed CV along with contacts of three referees, Salary history and expectations, clearly stating the position and location applied for, to:

Human Resource and Administration Division,
Liverpool VCT, Care and Treatment,
P.O Box 19835, 00202 Nairobi, Kenya

Or email: recruitment@liverpoolvct.org

so as to reach us NOT later than April 4, 2011

Note: Only short listed applicant will be contacted.

LVCT is an equal opportunity employer
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Title: Program Officers (QM)

Ref: QM/LVCT/2011

Positions: 3

Location: Embu, Narok & Embu

The Quality Management Officer will ensure overall coordination and institutionalization of QA/QI/QC processes in HTC, PITC, GBV and MARPs projects in collaboration with project staff and the Ministry of health.

The QM Officer will be expected to work with all partners including the MoH to ensure that set service standards are adhered to. He/She will also be expected to facilitate the design implementation, monitoring and evaluation of counsellor supervision activities, QA institutionalization and QC services within the project areas.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Collaborate with the MoH in the design, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of quality assurance Supervision mechanisms and tools for the HTC, Gender and MARPs technical programs in Central, Eastern and Rift Valley Provinces in consultation with the project coordinators
  • In consultation with MoH and technical advisors, develop work plans, budgets and ensure adherence, facilitating institutionalization of QA, data, providers supervision in health and community settings in consultation with the senior technical advisor MoH officials and other project staff
  • Ensure timely budgeting, adherence to budget plans and accounting for all QA/QI and supervision resources allocated to the project
  • Support the MoH in developing and regularly reviewing the QA mechanisms and tools for the HTC, Gender and MARPs technical areas and to lead the process of QA institutionalization in Health settings.
  • Building the capacity of the MoH, CSOs and the private sector in gathering and analyzing data for monitoring quality from sites/programmes and providing feedback on a regular basis.
  • Support the MoH in designing implementing and evaluation of counsellor supervision mechanisms for practicing counsellors.
  • Participate in HTC, gender and MARPs stakeholder meetings as a way of leveraging on existing community resources.
Requirements:
  • Degree or Diploma in medical or social science background – Clinical officers, Nurses, Lab techs
  • Training on quality assurance, improvement or control with knowledge of counselling and testing
  • Knowledge of counselling and testing
  • Demonstrable leadership, good communication and report writing skills
  • Good communication skills
  • Good with MS Office suite
Qualified applicants are invited to send their cover letter and detailed CV along with contacts of three referees, Salary history and expectations, clearly stating the position and location applied for, to:

Human Resource and Administration Division,
Liverpool VCT, Care and Treatment,
P.O Box 19835, 00202 Nairobi, Kenya

Or email: recruitment@liverpoolvct.org

so as to reach us NOT later than April 4, 2011

Note: Only short listed applicant will be contacted.

LVCT is an equal opportunity employer
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Ref: ITM/LVCT/2011

Location: Nairobi

The IT Manager will report to the Operations Director, and is to provide strategic leadership in information and communications technology to the organization.

Core duties include analyzing systems and processes; hardware and software maintenance; training, consultation and ensuring maximum access to and implementation of technology services and resources.

Key Responsibilities:

1. Manage information technology and computer systems
  • Develop and implement policies and procedures for electronic data processing and computer systems operations and ensure adherence.
  • Manage the acquisition, installation and maintenance of the local area network (LAN) hardware and software
  • Manage the information systems, staff and consultants to design, develop, implement, operate and administer computer and telecommunications software.
  • Provide leadership in the use of modern software in presentation of reports at organizational meetings with staff and other parties.
2. Ensure IT is accessible and equipped with current hardware and software
  • Troubleshoot workstations, network operating system, software applications, phones, copiers and other related technologies
  • Familiarity with all hardware, software and network operating systems
  • Compliance with all software licensing agreements and track software versions
  • Provide orientation to new users of existing technology and train staff
  • Provide leadership in managing information sharing platforms e.g. shared folders and give recommendations about accessing information and support
  • Performs routine preventive maintenance on hardware and software
  • Maintain current and accurate inventory of computer hardware, software and IT resources.
  • Design, develop, maintain and update the organization website and intranets. Update and improve the website and intranet, add new functionality and improve user ability to maintain website without technical support.
3. Monitor and maintain technology to ensure maximum access
  • Manage network operations to include connectivity problems, installing and maintaining routers; adding/terminating users; assigning rights and access; resetting passwords; establishing e-mail addresses; performing backups and restorations, input and maintain IP addresses etc.
  • Make recommendations about purchase of technology resources
  • Maintain log and/or list of required repairs and maintenance
  • Ensure security of data and information including installation of updated anti-virus software, mitigation and documentation of security risks.
  • Implements, maintains and administrates databases
  • Provides technical supervision of IT staff, updates and evaluates the performance of IT staff.
4. Routine Database Administration
  • Work closely with Monitoring and Evaluation team to design, set up and maintain routine and evaluation database(s).
  • Develop back-up and recovering procedures
  • Develop database utilities and automated reporting
  • Evaluate and recommend new database technologies
Requirements:
  • Bachelors degree in IT. Masters degree will be preferred
  • Professional training certification in MCITP, CCNA etc.
  • Over 4 years experience of working in an IT environment
  • Knowledge and experience with LANS/WANS, window server environment, Microsoft SQL Server, network/workstation peripherals, firewalls, HTML, computer hardware
  • Attention to detail and display of critical/creative thinking
  • Demonstrated management, leadership ,supervisory and team building skills
Qualified applicants are invited to send their cover letter and detailed CV along with contacts of three referees, Salary history and expectations, clearly stating the position and location applied for, to:

Human Resource and Administration Division,
Liverpool VCT, Care and Treatment,
P.O Box 19835, 00202 Nairobi, Kenya

Or email: recruitment@liverpoolvct.org

so as to reach us NOT later than April 4, 2011

Note: Only short listed applicant will be contacted.

LVCT is an equal opportunity employer
For latest jobs in Kenya and Kenyan jobs always visit http://kenyajobtube.blogspot.com/

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