The Medical Officer will be reporting to the Chief Medical Officer and will be responsible for:
- All medical duties including clinical assessment of outpatients
- In-patient follow up in hospitals
- Administering general provision of medical and public health services to staff and students and
- Any other duties as may be assigned by the CMO.
The applicant must be:
- A holder of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, or an equivalent qualification from a recognized University.
- Possess a minimum of 3 years’ experience (any 3 years cumulative in at most 2 health units) in major areas of medical practice in a busy set up.
- Holder of practicing license from Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board (KMPDB).
- Having proven diligence in medical practice;
- A team player;
- Having a good track record Willing and ready to work during odd hours.
- A member of a medical association.
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About Technical University of Kenya
The Technical University of Kenya (TU-K) was established through the elevation of The Kenya Polytechnic University College (KPUC) to full university status. TU-K was established as the first Technical University in Kenya line with the provisions of the proposed Universities Act, 2012. The technical university is a new type of university in Kenya, whose mandate shall be to offer higher education and research in technology. The technical university, as a concept, is being created in Kenya with the objective to be a technological force behind the Vision-2030 drive and the general economic development of the nation. This has come about from the realisation that most countries that have been able to make major technological breakthroughs were heavily propelled through this by their technological universities.
As an institution of higher learning, TU-K shall offers undergraduate degrees at the Bachelor’s level. In this respect it will be noted that in the education of technical personnel at the university level, institutions of higher learning in Kenya have consistently over the years only focussed on the training of professionals at the level of engineers, architects, surveyors, planners, and estate managers. The education and training of the technologist has however been totally neglected in this structure. Given that the technologist is usually the ‘driving engine’ in the actual industrial production, it should be no surprise that Kenya has been unable to make serious breakthrough in industrialisation. To this extent in addition to producing graduates at the fully professional degree level, TU-K continues in the tradition that has been set by KPUC in offering as well degrees aimed at producing technologists.