Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field.
Minimum 4 years’ experience in a similar or related role
Good understanding of public Health and MOH systems
Knowledge or experience with monitoring and evaluation
Strong analysis skills
Ability to develop data collection tools and materials for a variety of contexts, learning curves and needs
Champion formation of Quality Improvement teams
Providing leadership to improvement initiatives. This will include development of the quality management plan, outlining the quality management program infrastructure, prioritization of goals, identifying performance measures as well as planning for program evaluation.
Providing guidance and reassurance to staff by overseeing the progress of quality improvement activities, monitoring quality program indicators and encourage the staff to utilise the quality data to inform quality improvement.
Facilitating innovation and change and removing any negative restraints or barriers to achieving and sustaining improvements.
Establishing a common culture and gaining buy-in of staff and stakeholders and demonstrate a true commitment to the quality program.
Develop QI tools as necessary
In charge of evaluations: SIMs, Process assessments, Impact assessments, Training needs assessment, and other assessment
Provide technical assistance, supervision and quality assurance in developing logical frameworks, study designs, data analysis, report writing for strategic program development
Work with health facilities to apply QI approaches to routine facility practices to bridge performance gaps
Support MoH to establish systems for continuous learning and implementation of continuous Quality Improvement methods and scale up successful innovations
Work with the MoH to improve the competency and capability of health workers by strengthening quality training programs, including advocacy for quality improvements
Assist the MoH in improving performance of health care providers by applying evidence-based innovations and continuous monitoring techniques including proficiency testing and point of care CD4
Convene and conduct quality improvement performance review meetings to achieve the project objectives
Effective documentation and reporting on Quality Improvement plans and achievements
Work with relevant partners to establish a performance monitoring system for tracking priority QI indicators to show process and outcome improvements
LVCT Health is an indigenous Kenyan non-governmental and not-for-profit organization established in 2001. We are driving Kenya towards HIV prevention, with an ultimate goal of reducing HIV infections to zero. We offer integrated HIV services through development of models that are scaled up to the national models.