Program Specialist | Administrative Clerk | Visa Assistant
Program Specialist – (HMIS)
A Bachelor’s degree in one of the following disciples: Public Health; Informatics, Computer Science; Health Management; Epidemiology; Sociology or Demography is required.
Three (3) years experience in managing health data information for the evaluation of program activities using databases - three (3) years of which should be in use of measurement methods required for M&E of health programs, including quantitative and qualitative measures. Two (2) years of supervisory experience also required.
Level IV English ability is required. Level III Kiswahili is also required.
Must possess advanced knowledge and understanding of health informatics systems. Advanced knowledge of program evaluation strategies and techniques as well as standard knowledge of HIV/AIDS, STD or TB prevention activities. Must have expert knowledge of health delivery information systems, especially the application of program management and the translation of evaluation data as it pertains to the improvement of program operations, guidelines, and policies. Must have advanced knowledge of electronic mapping technology platforms and possess an ability to assess their performance. Must have detailed knowledge of the health care system of Kenya.
Must possess advanced computer skills with experience for word processing, presentations and spreadsheets.
Deadline: July 28,
Minimum five years driving experience, including one year’s driving four wheel drive vehicles is required.
Level III English ability and Level IV Kiswahili ability are required.
Must be familiar with law enforcement headquarters in and around Nairobi, including Embakasi, Loresho, Magadi, Ruiru and Kiganjo, must have experience driving to/around major locations in Mombasa.and be able to access government ministries at Harambee House, Vigilance House, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Must have a valid Kenyan driver’s license class A, B, C, and E.
Must demonstrate ability to use office software programs such as MS Word, Excel, Internet Explore
Deadline: July 24,
Completion of high school is required.
Two to three years previous experience in an office environment dealing with the public and handling administrative duties is required.
Level IV (fluent) English ability is required. Level III of Amharic and Tingrinya languages also required.
Must be able to understand and apply set laws and procedures of the U.S. Immigration laws when handling Immigrant visa applications to ensure that the legal requirements of the application have been met.
Must be able to type 25 WPM.
Deadline: July 21,
Application for Employment Form:
The application form; US Embassy Application for Employment Formmust be completed; please also include a detailed Resume or CV explaining your specific experience for each qualification/requirement of the position.
Any degrees/diploma, high school certificate, valid driver’s license, etc. that addresses a specific qualification required for the position.
(If you do not include this supporting documentation, your application will not be considered.
Interested candidates for these positions should submit the above documents to;
The Human Resources Office,
P. O. Box 606 Village Market, 00621 Nairobi,
NO applications will be accepted via email
For more information, see: US Embassy Vacancies Website