International Centre for Reproductive Health Kenya in collaboration with ICRH Ghent and The Division of Gender, Sexuality, and Health in the Columbia University Department of Psychiatry will be implementing a study with specific aims understand the socio-cultural context of risk behaviour, beliefs / understandings of HIV and risk; barriers to and facilitators of risk-reduction; and responses to intervention messages from which a multi-level risk reduction intervention tailored to the local context and to determine feasibility, acceptability, as well as participant level of exposure to the intervention.
We are seeking dedicated, Clinician Counsellors who will participate in data collection, provide clinical services, and perform HIV testing for the study.
Data collection and services will take place in Bar / clubs in Mombasa.
- Diploma in KRN, KRM or ECN or Clinical Officer
- Counselling training as per National Guidance in HTC
- 3 years working experience in clinical research work
- Experience working with Key Population
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and over long hours
- Good written and verbal communication skills – English and Kiswahili languages
- Computer Literacy
- Registration with relevant regulatory bodies
MEMBERS OF KEY POPULATIONS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY
Application letter stating salary expectation and an up-to-date CV with names and addresses of three referees and telephone contacts should be uploaded on the ICRHK job application portal by 31st March 2016.
The applicants must fill a bio data form accessible on our website; http://www.icrhk.org