Case Manager will be fully responsible for day to day implementation of field work plans and other project related activities in consultation with other project staffs (Project Manager, Monitoring & Evaluation officer, Case Managers, Adherence counselors & data clerks).
The Case manager will undertake various duties which include and are not limited to the following: –
Manage day to day running of OVC-CASE activities in liaison with other project staffs.
Liaise with Imarisha Project Manager on all OVC–CASE activities.
Monthly monitoring & Reporting of all OVC activities and reporting to field officer.
Ensure proper implementation of the decision of Project management team.
Ensure compliance with the existing ministry of social services and children department, regulation, standards and guidelines.
Identification and registration of orphans and vulnerable children, assess for their educational needs, advocate for acceptance in selected schools, and provide means to continue school attendance and to develop a system of periodic supervision for successful school attendance.
Work with vulnerable children, youth and their families to build livelihood skills and income generating activities, providing information and education on HIV/AIDS, campaigning to reduce stigma and discrimination
Ensure that the Project UNAIDS 90-90-90 strategy is achieved by increasing testing rates among OVC, OVC are accessing ART treatment at healthcare facilities and viral load suppressed by offering appropriate psychosocial and nutritional support.
Facilitate accuracy and complete collection of data through providing regular feedback to other program staff on the quality of data being collected.
Conduct regular internal data check and periodic data quality assessments to assess and improve the quality of data generated to better monitor the program.
Carry out functions as mandated.
Must be Computer literate with experience and knowledge MS-Excel, Word and Power Point.
Experience working with partners, participatory action planning and community engagement
Ability to undertake regular field visits and interact with different stakeholders;
Demonstrated ability in report writing and presentation.
Must be able to work under pressure to meet tight deadline;
Experience monitoring projects and collecting relevant data
Staff supervision experience a plus
Keep sensitive information confidential.
Must be able manage OVC documents with care and professionalism.
Must be trusted and reliable
Must Exhibit professional attitude at all times.
Diploma and or Certificate in social Science/ Community development or any other related field from recognized institutions.
MODE OF APPLICATION
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Applicants should include a cover letter, detailed CV detailing work history and current responsibilities, salary history, educational certificates, and three references. Only individuals who meet the above-mentioned qualifications will be considered.
Please send your application to:
The Executive Director,
AIC Health Ministries,
NOT later than 8th August 2022. Applications can also be sent through
About AIC Health Ministries
Africa Inland Church was established in 1895. It is registered in Kenya as a society. AIC Health Ministries as a department of Africa Inland Church is responsible for the Health programmes within the Africa Inland Church .AICHM is a unique department in the Kenya Africa Inland Church that seeks to provide a mix of spiritual care and quality health care services to areas that are considered rural and remote in Kenya. With Over 52 rural health units including health centers, sub health centers and dispensaries and five hospitals, AICHM has become a leading authority in provision of health care in Kenya. AICHM is a member of the Christian Health Association of Kenya (CHAK), an organ of the mainline Protestant Churches for coordinating national health policies and collaboration. It is also an associate of the Mission for Essential Drugs and Supplies (MEDS). AICHM provides high quality health care in mostly rural areas where poverty is rampant. Through our programs, rural health units and partner hospitals, we offer ophthalmic care, rehabilitative care, family planning services, maternal and child health services, dental care, laboratory services and livelihood programs. Core Objectives Provision of both preventive and curative healthcare services. Provide community health education, information and communication. Train health care providers through establishment of nursing schools. Provide rehabilitative care for children with disabilities. Disaster Relief and Response Our activities are majorly focused on achieving the following goals: Maintaining and improving Quality of care in Kenya Ensuring continued affordability of health care services in our facilities Expansion of services to meet growing medical needs in Kenya Continued capacity building of staff to ensure they provide quality care Cultivating sustainable solutions to existing challenges in the Kenyan health context