1. Field Officer (2)
The Incumbent will be responsible in coordinating the implementation of HIV prevention program among key and priority populations in Siaya.
- Develop Innovative HIV prevention interventions for comprehensive HIV/AIDS information and education to the vulnerable, most at risk, youths in and out of school and the general population in the target areas.
- Organize community mobilization activities within the communities and train/assess performance of peer educators and home-based care volunteers.
- Establish and maintain partnership and good working relations with youth groups, women and men groups to facilitate implementation of planned activities.
- Collaborate and network with relevant partners and stakeholders to enhance service delivery to the community.
- Monitoring behavioral change of youths and other groups benefiting from the HIV interventions.
- Establish linkages/ referral with other organizations for youths, the HIV infected and the general community with various needs.
- Participate in HIV prevention -related coordination/stakeholders meetings on behalf of the organization.
- Set targets and indicators for implementation and evaluation of the interventions respectively, determining quality of outcomes and prepare monthly reports.
- Disseminate and distribute HIV/AIDS materials to target audience, to improve knowledge and understanding and motivate behavior change.
- Organize and facilitate HIV Testing and Counseling (HTC) services to the communities.
- A Diploma in Social/Health sciences or its equivalent
- Experience with and technical knowledge of current HIV/AIDS issues and trends.
- Training on Behavior Change Communication
- Good social and interpersonal skills.
- Have the ability to work in a culturally sensitive community
- Self-driven personality able to work with minimum supervision.
- Good verbal and written communication skills.
- Prior experience of working with the Luo community and Knowledge of the language an added advantage
Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer will be working, under the direct supervision of the Program Manager but giving reports to the Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, with all the programme teams to implement AICCAD monitoring and evaluation plan.
Objectives and Duties:
The M&E Officer will support the Knowledge Management and M&E team with data collection and analysis to inform program implementation and management.
The M&E Officer will be responsible for, but not limited to, the following detailed tasks:
- Support day‐to‐day implementation of the project’s M&E plan, focusing on data collection methodology, data quality, and indicator validity.
- Participate in baseline assessments and specialized studies.
- Maintain the TIH M&E database, providing timely inputs of data and supporting data analysis.
- Support TIH technical teams in data collection.
- Train and oversee short‐term enumerators.
- Provide timely project reports
- Liaise with the HMIS team in the sub-county facilities to provide quality data and reports
- Capacity building of project staff on M&E issues.
- Establish and maintain a database.
- Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field.
- At least 4 years of experience in M&E on donor-funded development projects.
- Previous experience working in M&E on USAID-funded projects.
- Demonstrated experience with statistical analysis programs, such as SPSS is preferred.
- Excellent writing, speaking, and reading skills in English.
Major areas of responsibility are to provide leadership, oversight and guidance for the accounting and compliance for all grants, including but not limited to, budget modifications, ensuring compliance with funding source administrative guidelines, timely receipt of grant and contract revenue, and accurate submission of financial and other related reports.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Maintaining and updating grant budgets
- Review and approval of expenses (i.e., change of funding, cost transfers, travel reimbursements, payment requisitions, etc.)
- Preparing monthly journal entries
- Financial reporting
- Monitoring of expenditures
- Preparing audit worksheets, schedules, reports and supporting documentation to be used during grant audits
- Perform other relevant duties and special projects as requested.
- Bachelor’s degree in Business required preferably in Accounting or Finance.
- Four years accounting experience, preferably two in non-profit
- Must be ICPAK member
- Sponsored programs
- Knowledge of personal computer based applications including Quick books, word processing, spreadsheets, and databases.
- Knowledge of general accounting and fiscal management principles
- Ability to work with minimal supervision.
- Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Under the supervision of the Grant Accountant, the office assistant will perform the following tasks;
- Ensure delivery and pick up of all office mails, documents and any other logistical work that may be assigned by the supervisors.
- Assist in getting quotations, invoices and receipts from the prospective suppliers and the current ones.
- Assist in the filing, photocopy, faxing and scanning of office documents.
- Send responses/queries raised in your department via email.
- Perform any other office duties as assigned by the supervisors
Do not attach copies of certificates when applying by email (These will be required later during interviews for successful applicants)
We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.