2. Provide technical supervision and monitoring of IOM health personnel to ensure that the following activities are performed in accordance with the technical requirements of the resettlement countries such as: medical case registration, migration health assessments, medical forms transmission, medical treatment and follow-up programs, data processing and management, predeparture medical examination and report;
3. Treat patients with identified medical conditions of public health concern and/or safety such as Tuberculosis, STDs and mental health conditions and refer patients to specialists for assessment and/or treatment as may be required.
4. Administer treatment and vaccinations as per the receiving countries’ technical instructions.
5. Perform pre-departure and pre-embarkation medical checks on all refugee migrants departing under IOM auspices, making sure they are fit to travel.
6. Ensure timely, accurate and complete reporting of all activities on the pre-departure (surveillance, examinations, treatment, vaccination), as per IOM Standard of practise and as per the country of resettlement technical instructions.
7. Implement quality control standards and ensure confidentiality of individual health information; actively participate in and comply with MHD’s quality control and quality assurance programme by assuming full responsibility as case manager with requisite completion and quality check of health assessment files and management.
8. Assist in the analysis and technical elaboration of data gathered from the migration health assessment.
9. Coordinate with the local/national health authorities, physicians, hospitals and laboratories, as needed.
10. Inform and consult with the Head of Sub Office, Head of Policy and Program Development and Head, Migration Health Assessment Center (MHAC on migration health issues and propose corrective and adjustment measures.
11. Assist in the preparation, and implementation of research activities related to the migration health, Tuberculosis and STDs and other conditions of public health significance.
12. Provide healthcare advice to IOM staff in the sub-offices.
13. Undertake duty travel and medical escorting activities, be ready for relocation of duty station to remote areas or refugee camps if needed.
14. Perform any other duties that may be required from time to time.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE
1. Bachelors’ degree in Medicine, two years of working experience with Medicine – MBChB
2. Registered with the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board.
1. Minimum of 2 years continuous professional working experience preferably with experience in migration health, routine medical assessments such as for pre-employment and insurance provision, epidemiology and/or international public health.
2. Health sector experience in Africa is required.
3. Training/experience in Paediatrics, Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases or any other medical sub-specialty is an advantage.
4. Strong practical computer skills including MS Word, Excel and Outlook.
5. Kenyan citizen.
Fluency in both written and spoken English and Kiswahili.
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.