MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGISTS – JG ‘H’ FOUR (4) POSTS
The Laboratory technologist will be responsible for implementation of HIV/TB services at supported sites. S/he will oversee quality implementation of HIV care and treatment, PMTCT, TB and PITC programs.
- Ensure laboratory activities required for HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment programs, including baseline laboratory assessment are carried out.
- Conduct laboratory testing procedures as per the required SOPs.
- Establish routine workflow; develop/refine SOPs, job aids, logbooks, and referral forms as needed; conduct lab activities that improve test performance and decrease turnaround time
- Develop and implement an equipment maintenance program.
- Do reagent quantification forecasting and timely reporting both to the lab in charge, SCMLT, and SCMS.
- Conduct any other duty as maybe prescribed by the supervisor.
- Hold a diploma in medical laboratory sciences
- At least 2 years working experience in busy Comprehensive Care Clinic (CCC) or MCH
- Experience working with MOH/County Systems and personnel & Experience working in USAID/CDC funded projects is an added advantage.
- Good report writing and analytical skills
- Good communication and interpersonal skills
- Experience in Clinical Mentorship
- Computer literacy, particularly in MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access and Statistical Packages Be registered by the relevant authority
TERMS OF SERVICE
ONE YEAR CONTRACT – RENEWABLE
How to apply
Application forms and details of the vacancies can be accessed at www.murang’a.go.ke. Applications should be submitted to the Public Service Board clearly indicating the position applied for on the envelope addressed to:
Murang’a County Public Service Board
P.O. Box 52 – 10200
Applications can be hand delivered at the County Public Service Board Office located within the County Governor’s office, Murang’a on or before close of business on 28th June 2018
Applicants from other Counties are encouraged to apply.
- Any form of canvassing shall lead to automatic disqualification.
- Women, minorities and persons living with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
- Shortlisted candidates will be required to produce their original identity cards, academic and professional certificates, testimonials, clearance and other relevant documents in support of their applications.