Sept 2017 HHCDO Clinic Nurse New Job in Kenya

Sept 2017 HHCDO Clinic Nurse Current Job in Kenya

Sept 2017 HHCDO Clinic Nurse Job Vacancy in Kenya

HHCDO Vacancy: Clinic Nurse
HHCDO is currently seeking to fill the above position; qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.
The successful candidate will be employed under the KARP 2 project under the current financial year.

Professional qualification: KRCHN, KRN/M/CH; at least a diploma in Nursing recognized by the Nursing Council of Kenya, holder of valid practice license
 

Job Purpose: To offer effective Nursing services to clients on day to day basis anchored on Triage and task shifting models
 
Reports to: Lead Nurse
 
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Assist team in the daily provision of medical care including ART. Tasks will include triage, counseling, nutrition assessment, scheduling and assurance of appropriate laboratory evaluation, data collection and assisting other clinic staff with procedures.
  • Together with other team members plan for smaller site visits including making sure equipment required are available.
  • Ensure supplies and equipment for use in the clinic and satellite are available by liaising with the lead Nurse-: e.g. thermometers, sphygmomanometers, stethoscopes, weighing scales, height scales, gloves files, stationery
  • Be responsible for the day’s running of the triage services at the CCC
  • Use daily appointment list or diaries to help track missed appointments
  • Submit at the end of day all the names of clients missing appointment to the longitudinal nurse
  • Monitor clinic activities and give feedback to the lead Nurse
  • Ensure clinic activities are carried out effectively and efficiently by all staff
  • Monitor care of the patients/clients in consultation with the other staff to ensure quality
  • Organizes files reviews for follow-up on specific activities carried out
  •  Support other nurses and CHVs in the clinic in execution of daily duties.
  • Conduct clinic-based learning sessions (health messages) designed to educate patients and CME/CPD for staff
  • Ensure booking and follow-up of priority patients is done by working/liaising with longitudinal nurse and CHVs.
  • Participate in the preparation & validation of monthly narrative or relevant reports by KARP and other stakeholders & submit as required
  • Carry out any other duties/responsibilities assigned by the Lead Nurse
Skills and experience:
  • At least 2 years’ working in a hospital/community based-working experience
  • Experience in HIV/AIDS program implementation
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Results oriented and ability to work with minimal supervision in a fast-changing environment
  • Computer literate
NOTE: All applications should be addressed to the CEO through our email address: info@homahills.or.ke
Deadline for submission; 19/09/2017.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.