Aga Khan University is a private, not for profit, international University established in 1983, with 11 teaching sites in eight countries.
Since 2001, AKU has offered academic programmes in nursing, medicine and education for East Africa.
AKU invites applications for the following positions:
Full Time Faculty & Consultant – Gastroenterology
The successful candidate for the position will support the development of quality gastroenterology services within Aga Khan University Hospital and as faculty in the University, s/he will teach and carry out research.
Applicants must have a Masters of Medicine and fellowship training in gastroenterology.
S/he must be registered or be eligible for registration with Kenya Medical Practitioners’ & Dentists Board as a specialist.
S/he should have teaching and research experience and a minimum of 5 years appropriate clinical experience.
Reporting to the MERL Director the AQCESS Data Manager will develop and manage the overall AQCESS data infrastructure and operations.
S/He will develop and maintain the central and field level data handling systems as well as plan/coordinate all AQCESS data activities.
Applicants for this position must have a Bachelor of Science Degree and/or MSc in Computer Science, Information Technology, Information Systems, Medical Informatics or related field.
Training and practical experience in any of the following will be required: REDcap, MS-Acess, SQL-Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, DB2, Oracle, or any other SQL compliant DBMS.
At least four (4) years progressive senior-level data management experience preferably in large country projects is required.
Demonstrated excellent analytical, planning and organizational skills and good report writing skills preferred.
Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) Officer
Guided by the MERL framework, the M&E officer will be responsible for the implementation of the AQCESS M&E Strategy.
S/he will be responsible for continuous monitoring of project implementation, oversight and coordination of data collection, validation of data and data analysis, feedback to the field teams and dissemination of results at sub-county and county levels, The M&E Officer will work closely with the AQCESS project managers for Kilifi and Kisii counties and will report to the MERL Programme manager based in Nairobi.
The ideal candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health; global health; Social science; epidemiology; Statistics; population studies; Economics/Health Economics; Health Systems/Management; Development studies or closely related fields.
Minimum of 3 years progressive M&E practice in developing countries preferably in the health sector. Experience in data manipulation with statistical software (SPSS, Epi Info, Stata, SAS etc) will be a distinctive advantage.
How to Apply:
For more details about the position and application procedure please visit www.aku.edu.
Closing date for applications is Friday, 01st July, 2016.
Only short listed Candidates will be contacted