NGO Jobs in Nairobi, Kenya – EGPAF

The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation is a global leader in the fight against pediatric HIV and AIDS, working in 19 countries and at over 5,500 sites around the world to prevent the transmission of HIV to children, and to help those already infected.
Today, because of the highly successful work of the Foundation and its partners, pediatric AIDS has been virtually eliminated in the United States.
With a growing global staff of over 1,000—nine of 10 who work in the field—the Foundation’s global mission is to eliminate pediatric HIV and AIDS by implementing HIV prevention, care, and treatment programs; further advance innovative research; and to execute strategic and targeted global advocacy activities to bring dramatic change to the lives of millions of women, children, and families worldwide.
EGPAF seeks to recruit Program Admin Assistant – CIFF ACT Adolescent Project to be based in Nairobi
Job Purpose: To provide assistance in administering the CIFF ACT Adolescent Project award by providing program logistics, accounting and administrative support and in addition, implement administrative procedures to ensure cost effective and timely handling of business administrative issues.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities:
·         Providing administrative support for national level meetings and workshops
·         Handling and management of program field advances
·         Maintaining the monthly calendar of program planned activities
·         Tracking progress on the implementation of CIFF ACT adolescent activities at national, county and service delivery level.
·         Maintaining an electronic database of workshops’ participants lists, TORs, TWGs and minutes of meetings
·         Coordinating the logistics for meetings, workshops and trainings
·         Processing of program requests through the Verian procurement system
Minimum Requirements
·         Degree in  Business Administration
·         Experience working in a donor funded project will be an advantage
·         Excellent communication skills
·         Well-developed interpersonal skills
·         Strong work ethic and ability and willingness to work long hours
·         Able to work in team settings and willingness to learn
·         Cross-cultural competence as demonstrated by confidence and ability to make relevant presentations to diverse audiences
·         IT Savvy, including accounting soft wares
How to Apply
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EGPAF Kenya is looking to recruit  1 Regional County Coordinator – CIFF ACT Adolescent Project  to be based in Kisumu
Job Summary: Reporting to the Project Manager- CIFF ACT Adolescent Project and working in close collaboration with the CHMT/SCHMT, Implementing Partners and USG Implementing Partners, the Regional County Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing the planning, implementation and monitoring of the CIFF ACT Adolescent Programs at County level.
The Regional County Coordinator will oversee 7 Counties in Nyanza/Western region of Kenya.
He/she shall serve as the focal point for all Adolescent activities in the counties on behalf of EGPAF Kenya.
Key Responsibilities
·         In partnership with MOH/NASCOP, conduct entry meetings at County Government level to launch the CIFF ACT Adolescent Project and develop a Multi-sectoral county work plan.
·         Develop terms of reference (TORS) for the County Multi-sectoral adolescent taskforce/Technical working group (TWG).
·         Support TWG Meetings every quarter to Adolescent related initiatives in the county, service delivery indicators and progress on quality improvement initiatives.
·         Support dissemination of ASRH policies in the high supported counties, and incorporation of key elements of ASRH policy in the county health work plans
·         In collaboration with implementing partners, conduct refresher trainings on the Adolescent Package of Care in the supported counties
·         Support annual regional forums to share successful continuous quality improvement (CQI) activities in the supported counties

·         Support targeted annual supportive supervision and mentorship visits in the supported counties
·         Support sensitization workshops for teachers in selected schools in the supported counties to improve retention and adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) for school-going adolescents
·         Support the Kenya Network of Positive Teachers (KENEPOTE) and Adolescents Living with HIV (ALHIV) champions (through NEPHAK) to carry out stigma reduction activities in selected schools in the supported counties (leveraging existing education fora at the county-level)
·         Support the formation of adolescent advisory boards at the county-level as envisioned in the Kenya’s Fast-track Plan to End HIV and AIDS among Adolescents and Young People
Required Qualifications
·         Degree/ Diploma in Clinical Medicine or Nursing with at least 5 years’ experience in Adolescent HIV and SRH Programming. A Master’s Degree in relevant field will be an added advantage
·         Understanding and experience working with Ministry of Health including the County Government will be preferred.
·         Experience in Managing  Donor funded programs including USG will be an added advantage
Required competencies, skills and experience
·         Experience in Adolescent sexual reproductive health, HIV prevention care treatment and support among adolescents
·         Demonstrated experience in organizing and facilitating meetings, recording proceedings and report writing.
·         Significant and up to date knowledge of the current ART, HTS guidelines, Adolescent package of care, the Fast track plan and the ALL IN Initiative.
·         Knowledge of PEPFAR Program and NASCOP reporting requirements including familiarity with the data collection and reporting tools used by NASCOP
·         Experience in establishing and sustaining working relationships with the Government of Kenya Ministries of Health at County, Implementing partners, Sub-county and facility teams
·         Proficiency in computer basic skills- MS Office; Internet; Basic data analysis skills
·         Self- managed, self-driven, results oriented individual with excellent communication, interpersonal, report writing and analytical skills
·         Dedicated team player with ability and experience to work in a multidisciplinary team
How to Apply
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EGPAF Kenya is looking to recruit 1 Adolescent Technical Advisor – CIFF ACT Adolescent Projectto be based in Nairobi
Job Summary: Reporting to the Project Manager- CIFF ACT Adolescent Project and working in close collaboration with the National AIDS and STS Control Program (NASCOP), National AIDS Control Council (NACC), other Ministry of Health (MOH) departments, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MOEST) and Network of People living with HIV/AIDS in Kenya (NEPHAK) the Adolescent TA will be responsible for overseeing the planning, implementation and monitoring of the CIFF ACT Adolescent activities at the National level.
The Adolescent TA will work closely with the Paediatric & Adolescent Program Manager at NASCOP to ensure that the CIFF ACT adolescent activities are implemented on behalf of EGPAF Kenya.
Key Responsibilities
·         Support initial meetings with MOH, MOEST and NACC for the establishment of a multi-sectoral Adolescent HIV technical working group (TWG)
·         Support the development terms of reference for the multi-sectoral Adolescent HIV TWG
·         Support quarterly National multi-sectoral Adolescent HIV TWG meetings
·         Support the disseminate Kenya’s Fast-track Plan to End HIV and AIDS among Adolescents and Young People at National and County level
·         Support the planning and conducting of the annual national adolescent health multi-sectoral symposium/stock-taking meeting
·         Participate in national Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (ASRH) TWG meetings
·         Support the formation of adolescent advisory boards at the national- and county-level as envisioned in the Kenya’s Fast-track Plan to End HIV and AIDS among Adolescents and Young People
·         Support NASCOP to develop, review, standardize and disseminate standard operating procedures (SOPs) and job aids for Adolescent Differentiated Care model
·         Provide technical support for standardization of tools for service quality assessment (SQA) at the National level
·         Provide technical and logistical support for National teams to conduct annual joint SQAs in the supported counties
·         Support NASCOP in the Finalization of the Teacher’s Guide to sensitize teachers on HIV/AIDS in school-going children and adolescents
·         Support sensitization workshops for teachers in selected schools in the supported counties to improve retention and adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) for school-going adolescents
·         Support the Kenya Network of Positive Teachers (KENEPOTE) and Adolescents Living with HIV (ALHIV) champions (through NEPHAK) to carry out stigma reduction activities in selected schools in the supported counties (leveraging existing education fora at the county-level)
Required Qualifications
·         Degree/ Diploma in Clinical Medicine or Nursing with at least 5 years’ experience in Adolescent HIV Programming. A Master’s Degree in relevant field will be an added advantage.
·         Understanding and experience working with Ministry of Health including the NASCOP, NACC, MOEST and NEPHAK will be preferred.
·         Experience in Managing  Donor funded programs including USG will be an added advantage
Required competencies, skills and experience
·         Experience in Adolescent sexual reproductive health, HIV prevention care treatment and support among adolescents
·         Demonstrated experience in organizing and facilitating meetings, recording proceedings and report/minute writing.
·         Significant and up to date knowledge of the current ART, HTS guidelines, Adolescent package of care, the Fast track plan and the ALL IN Initiative.
·         Knowledge of PEPFAR Program and NASCOP reporting requirements including familiarity with the data collection and reporting tools used by NASCOP
·         Experience in establishing and sustaining working relationships with the Government of Kenya Ministries of Health at County, Implementing partners, Sub-county and facility teams
·         Proficiency in computer basic skills- MS Office; Internet; Basic data analysis skills
·         Self- managed, self-driven, results oriented individual with excellent communication, interpersonal, report writing and analytical skills
·         Dedicated team player with ability and experience to work in a multidisciplinary team
How to Apply
CLICK HERE to apply online
The closing date is 23rd November 2016.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
EGPAF is an equal opportunity employer
Please visit our website www.pedaids.org for more information about the Foundation

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