Thursday, 19 April 2012

St. John’s Community Centre - Jobs in Nairobi, Kenya:HIV program Officer,Monitoring and Evaluation Officer and Project Administrator

St. John’s Community Centre (SJCC) a project of ACK – Diocese of Nairobi is implementing a 4 year Project whose goal is to improve student’s HIV/AIDS knowledge, attitudes and practices through peer to peer, school and community- based interventions in the Informal settlements of Nairobi County.

The Centre seeks to recruit the following qualified and experienced Officers who are also committed Christians aged between 25 -35 years.

Qualifications required:

The Community development/ HIV program Officer

    University degree in relevant Community development, social or medical science. It will be an added advantage if the person has done diploma courses in HIV/AIDS management or family counselling and is computer literate.
    Has 2 years working experience in managing an integrated HIV prevention and care program for Parents, secondary or primary schools in poor urban communities
    Has excellent planning, community mobilization, organizational , proposal writing and project management skills
    Fluency in both written and oral English and Kiswahili

Monitoring and Evaluation Officer:

    University degree in social sciences, public health, or other related discipline from a recognised university.
    Comprehensive training in M & E and gender
    4 years relevant working experience in M&E in a USAID funded integrated HIV prevention project,
    Demonstrated skills M&E systems development and implementation
    Computer proficiency in word processing, databases, spreadsheets, including advanced skills in at least two of the following programs: SPSS, Excel, Epi Info, Stata, SQL and Ms Access.
    Good understanding of public health issues particularly HIV/AIDS, Drug and alcohol abuse.

Project Administrator:

    University Degree in Office Administration, Business administration or equivalent
    Experience of working in a busy USAID funded development project in a similar position
    Experience in setting up and maintaining a filing system, archiving program documents, managing events or training workshops, procurement and staff supervision.
    Certificate in community development or in HIV and AIDS management.
    Excellent oral and written English, customer care qualities and organizational and presentation skills
    Literacy in relevant Computer packages.

Send your application with a CV, copies of certificates, names and reliable telephone numbers of three professional referees, via email to: or mail to:

The Chairman HR Committee,
P.O. Box 16254-00610
Nairobi, Kenya

to be received not later than 30th April 2012.

Only short listed candidates will be contacted.



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