Overview

HIV Testing and Counselling Provider

Kuresoi – North, Nakuru, Kenya

Deadline: 19/11/2021

Job Description

Provide quality HTS services at the RWC and hotspots in accordance with the guidelines set by the Ministry of Health in Kenya.
Mobilize eligible KPs eligible for HTS services
Link to care all positive Clients
Update KP records registers, COMETs and files
Screen all the eligible KPs for TB.
Preparing and submitting reports within set deadlines.
Meet all performance targets.
Participate in outreach activities
Education & Experience

Certificate in Voluntary Counselling and Testing from National AIDS and STI Control Programme (NASCOP).
Must have been enrolled in Proficiency Test with satisfactory results.
Experience in providing HTS to Key Population.
Strong personality with good leadership skills.
Ability to prepare timely reports.
Unquestionable confidentiality.
Excellent inter-personal, negotiation and communication skills.
Proficient in English and Kiswahili languages.
IT literate (Word, Excel and internet).
Familiar with local community structures. Experience working with USG funded projects desirable.
Additional Information

Position:        One-year renewable contract with possibility of  extension based on performance
Location:        Kuresoi-North, Nakuru
Reports to:    The Site Coordinator
Start date:     Immediately
Language:     English

MODE OF APPLICATION

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If you meet the above criteria, apply online (indicating your expected salary)  before 10th December 2021. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

About North Star Alliance

With regional offices in the Netherlands, Kenya, and South Africa, and a network of clinics in many African countries, we are always on the lookout for knowledgeable people with an interest in global health and development. At North Star Alliance, our mission is to provide hard-to-reach populations with sustainable access to high-quality health services. North Star Alliance brings health services to mobile workers and the communities they interact with across Africa in a Blue Box. We use converted shipping containers (painted blue) to house clinics that deliver public health programmes for people with increased health risks, like truck drivers and sex workers, and primary health care to communities with limited or no access to medical services.