The Officer will be responsible for implementation of nutrition projects in collaboration with other health staff, to increase Nutrition-Health integration. The Officer will facilitate good practice and ensure compliance to applicable implementation guidelines.
Plan and organize OTP and SFP at designated health post in liaison with nutrition incentives.
Work closely with CHP and MIYCN counsellors to ensure all aspects of the program are understood and agreed and appropriate referrals take place to and from the OTP and the program is well integrated into the health systems.
Supervise the activities of the IMAM program.
Work closely with the teams to ensure all children are screened correctly, all criteria are understood by the teams, including admission, discharge and transfer to and from the OTP/SFP.
Ensure the correct clinical diagnosis at the time of assessment according to the IMAM protocols are adhered to so that the patient receives appropriate treatment in the relevant program.
Ensure timely identification of complications, non-responders, and referrals to the SC.
Ensure correctness, consistence and completeness of the information in the nutrition registers.
Ensure adequate availability of food supplies and stock is pre-positioned as planned by discussing with logistics
Through liaison with the community mobilizers and nutrition volunteers, provide effective follow up of all cases: particularly tracing of children who are absent from the program, sick children, long stay children, children not gaining weight and children with social problems.
Provide key health and education messages to beneficiaries based the protocol and guidelines.
Respond to inquiries regarding the technical aspects of the program admission and discharge whenever necessary at the OTP/SFP sites.
Follow-up and ensure the field team interacts with the beneficiaries properly
Submit daily stock report, weekly HIS report and weekly health post report
Diploma/Degree in Nutrition from a recognized college/University
Must be registered by Kenya nutritionist and dieticians institute
At least one (1) years’ experience of working in a refugee set up or a similar context under the IMAM program.
IMAM and MIYCN training is an added advantage
An understanding of the UNHCR HIS system will be an added advantage.
Strong communication skills: oral, written and presentation skills.
Should be a team player and culturally sensitive.
Demonstrated proficiency in computer applications such as word processing, spreadsheets and utilization of the internet.
Excellent report writing skills.
Strong leadership, team building, conflict resolution and ability to deliver the Society’s strategic objectives.
Extremely flexible, and have the ability to cope with stressful situations.
The Health Information System officer will be responsible for providing leadership for the data management and improving data quality and ensure the same is reported into the County and National HIS while collecting information, to optimize the use of that data for decision-making.
Responsible to the Senior Logistics Officer for developing strategic plan and budget for responsive distribution and transportation system to ensure timely delivery of materials, goods and supplies according to order specifications aimed at supporting programme implementation.
Responsible to the Medical Officer In Charge, the medical officer is a General Practitioner, appropriately qualified and registered medical professional with knowledge and skills to provide personal, family and community orientated comprehensive primary and secondary health care services to individuals. MO is responsible for providing patient-centred, culturally appropriate, and individual holistic care to a defined population.