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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FUNZOKenya is a USAID funded, IntraHealth International led project that aims to improve
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FUNZOKenya is a USAID funded, IntraHealth International led project that aims to improve
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FUNZOKenya is a USAID funded, IntraHealth International led project that aims to improve

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

FUNZOKenya is a USAID funded, IntraHealth International led project that aims to improve access to and quality of health workforce training by supporting an increased number of new health workers trained; supporting current health worker training needs; strengthening the capacity of training institutions and strengthening regulatory bodies to enhance training demand. Working in close partnership with the Ministry of Health, leading health training institutions in Kenya and the National Health Training Working Group among others, the Project aims to build responsive country-led training systems to improve health IntraHealth invites applications for the following positions in FUNZOKenya project.

1. Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (M&E Officer)

Reporting to the Assistant Director of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), the M&E Officer will be responsible for monitoring and evaluation activities within the FunzoKenya project. She/he will be the project’s focal point person for the compilation, tracking and reporting of data for reports to the funder and other stakeholders. Working closely with program and monitoring and evaluation teams, the successful candidate will ensure that all activities carried out contribute to the FunzoKenya Project’s targeted outcomes.

Duties and Responsibilities

Develop, implement and maintain a monitoring and evaluation system that excels in capturing project progress and in tracking program implementation.

Develop monitoring tools for routine data collection

Develop performance expectations (targets) and assess progress relative to those targets.

Conduct data quality assessments to ensure the reliability of data collected and ensure that quality control measures are observed

Support training institutions in recording quality data

Support county health departments to coordinate in-service training data ensuring its quality

Ensure that M&E results are accessible and disseminated to all relevant stakeholders.

Contribute to special assessments and operations research activities.

In collaboration with the Results and Knowledge Management Assistant (RKMA), track, manage and review all reports submitted by program staff and collate lessons learned to inform programmatic work.

Remain abreast of developments in Monitoring & Evaluation

Develop abstracts on the project activities for local and International conferences

Develop presentations to disseminate project results

Qualifications and Competencies The ideal candidate should have a Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant discipline (Statistics, Public Health, Demography or a related field), at least 4 years working experience as M& E Officer in a USAID supported project. Must be proficient in using data analysis packages e.g. SPSS, NVIVO and advanced excel with demonstrated expertise in data analysis (quantitative & qualitative skills). Experience in knowledge management and ability to design survey research including development of tools and instruments is required.

2. Finance Assistant

To provide support in the payables and general ledger function of IntraHealth Kenya finance office. This includes processing of vendor payments, staff travels advances and activity advances. This entails ensuring completeness, accuracy and timeliness of all such payments.

Duties and Responsibilities

Process suppliers payments promptly in accordance with the laid down procedures and policies, accurate, complete, adequately supported by all underlying appropriate documents, correctly coded to appropriate expenses, tracking code and project codes.

Process MPESA payments for activity and travel advances,

With necessary consultation with Procurement team on posting of LPOs to the system, maintains updated Accounts Payable in QuickBooks. This will involve posting of invoices/debit notes/credit notes into QuickBooks within 24 hours of receipt.

Ensure statutory deductions such as WHT, PAYE are deducted at source in accordance with the regulations and remittances to statutory bodies are made within the set deadlines

Prepare analysis for re-billings to staff for all personal (e.g. telephone, photocopies etc) or overcharges that requires recovery from the staff and ensures such recoveries are made, receipted, banked and posted to the General Ledger in a timely manner.

Update the General ledger in the QuickBooks accounting system,

Providing required support on compilation of the monthly financial reports

Qualifications and Competencies

The ideal candidate should have a Minimum of CPA 1with 2 years experience in busy accounting department, preferably in a donor funded organization. Understanding of USAID rules and regulations is required. Possession of good Interpersonal skills, good oral and written communication skills are desirable. S/he should be a person of high integrity, honest and with the ability to work under tight deadlines with minimum supervision.

If your background, experience and competencies match the specifications below, please apply by sending your CV, cover letter indicating your daytime telephone numbers, address and the names of three referees who must have been your supervisor to: kenyajobs@intrahealth.org. Closing date for applications is April 27, 2015.

Only shortlisted Candidates will be contacted

ajobs@intrahealth.org . Closing date for applications is April 27, 2015. Only shortlisted Candidates will be contacted