The position will work with KCCA health directorate, divisional health authorities, clinical mentors and trainers to improve quality of care for mothers (particularly those likely to deliver premature/small babies), and small and sick newborns by supporting delivery and institutionalization of evidence-based lifesaving interventions this network of health facilities. The position will contribute to ensuring that project interventions are delivered in a timely fashion and key lessons learned and best practices captured.
To be successful for this role, you will have/bring the following:
University degree in public health, pediatric health, family health, health research, global/international health, epidemiology or other health related science is required.
At least three years of professional experience in public health and/or in relevant areas of maternal and neonatal health programming, is required.