Diocesan Health Coordinator Job in Nakuru, Kenya

Catholic Diocese of Nakuru (CDN)

Health Department

Job Title: Diocesan Health Coordinator

Job Ref: CDN/HR/018/109/2020

The Catholic Diocese of Nakuru (CDN) Health Department, wishes to recruit a highly motivated, competent, honest and remarkably talented Diocesan Health Coordinator.

The Diocesan Health Coordinator in liaison with the unit managers shall supervise and coordinate all the Health Institutions under the Catholic Diocese of Nakuru and all other diocesan projects under the Health programmes.

Key Result Areas

  • To facilitate collaboration between the Ministry of Health and CDN health facilities for equal distribution of health services at local level.
  • To coordinate and encourage CDN Health facilities to network with other NGOs and health service providers
  • To be the secretary to the Diocesan Medical Board and a Member of Hospital Boards and Advisory Committees in all Diocesan Health facilities
  • To respond appropriately to any emergency health issues within the Diocese

Qualifications / Skills

  • A degree in Health System Management.
  • Must have a background working as a health practitioner e.g. a Nurse, Clinical Officer for over 10 years or has worked as Hospital Administrator for over 5 years.
  • Must be registered and licensed with the relevant licensing body.
  • Computer Literate.
  • Additional management courses undertaken are an added advantage.
  • Must have good communication skills both written and oral.
  • Must be a team player.
  • The candidate must be self driven and self motivated.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their applications, enclosing a current and detailed CV to:

Personnel Director
Catholic Diocese of Nakuru
P.O. Box 938 – 20100

or E-mail us at – cdnhr@yahoo.com quoting the vacant position Diocesan Health Coordinator on the subject line so as to be received by 30th June 2020


Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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Updated: June 23, 2020 — 11:33 am