Qualitative Researcher at PATH 2020
Career Kenya: Qualitative Researcher at PATH 2020
Employment vacancy : Today Recruitment Kenya
The APS PATH Scale-Up Study which is a partnership between the Ministry of Health – National AIDS and STI Control Program (NASCOP), PATH-Kenya and the University of Washington (UW) is currently seeking a qualified and competent person to fill the position of a Qualitative Researcher.
The successful applicant will be responsible for qualitative data collection and analysis within Kisumu and Homa Bay Counties. S/he must be able to work with minimal supervision and be ready to work long hours when necessary. S/he will report to study PI (University of Washington) and site PI (PATH Kenya).
Responsibilities With Their Tentative Timelines Include
- Coding and analysis of baseline integration interviews (Jan-Feb 2020)
- Undertake follow-up integration interviews (Jan-March 2020)
- Conduct acceptability and demand interviews including data collection, coding and analysis (Jan-March 2020)
- Manuscript writing (April-June 2020)
- Preparation of qualitative research reports
- Ensuring study ethics and human subjects protection
- Postgraduate training in social or behavioral sciences
- Prior experience conducting qualitative research within healthcare settings
- Previous experience with HIV partner services is an added advantage
- Well versed with qualitative research software especially Dedoose and Atlas.Ti.
- Demonstrated ability to plan, lead, coordinate, and accomplish qualitative research activities
- Certification in Human Subjects Protection and Good Clinical Practice
- Strong analytical, organizational, written, and verbal communication skills
- Ability to work in a team environment with collaborators from PATH-Kenya and UW
- Ability to travel to different study sites in Kisumu and Homa Bay Counties, as well as Nairobi where key aPS stakeholders are located.
Please note that the appointment is a 6-month short-term engagement (Jan 2020 to June 2020). This position will be filled when a suitable candidate is found.
Must have legal authorization to work in Kenya.
PATH is dedicated to diversity and is an equal opportunity employer.