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URGENT VACANT POSITION – Radiographer, Laboratory In-charge, Clinical Officer ENT

Our client a re-known Hospital in Nairobi targeting the urban poor communities is in the process of increasing its service delivery effectiveness. This has necessitated the need to urgently hire for the following positions whose details are described below.


Vacant Position - Radiographer

Reporting - Medical Officer in-Charge

Liason - Doctors, Nurses, Clinical Officers, Matron, All staff

Job Summary – The purpose of this position is to undertake initial patient evaluation and testing, provide diagnostic and evidentiary data for physicians by capturing images of organs, bone, and tissue for patient diagnosis.

Key Duties and responsibilities

• Perform diagnostic imaging examinations like x rays, ultrasound, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and mammography as may be required.
• Produce x-ray films (radiographs) of parts of the human body for use in diagnosing medical problems.
• Prepare patients for radiologic examinations by explaining the procedure such as drinking water before ultrasound, removing jewelry and other articles through which x-rays cannot pass and positioning patients so that the parts of the body can be appropriately radiographed.
• Follow physicians' and radiologist’s orders precisely and conform to regulations concerning the use of radiation to protect self, the patients, and other coworkers from unnecessary exposure.
• Prepare work-schedules; evaluate purchases of equipment, and general management of the radiology department.
• Perform more complex imaging procedures when performing fluoroscopes, e.g. radiologic technologists prepare a solution for the patient to drink, allowing the radiologist to see soft tissues in the body.
• Ensure radiation safety measures and protection devices are used and observed to comply with government regulations and to ensure safety of patients and staff.
• Collaborate with other radiology technicians in designing SOPs for the department.
• Collaborate with medical team members, such as physicians and nurses, to conduct angiography or special vascular procedures.
• Ensure scheduled maintenance and minor emergency repairs on radiographic equipment
• Ensure effective and efficient use of radiography equipment and resources & ensure adequate stock levels are maintained while adhering to procedures for the use and procurement of supplies.
• Demonstrate an awareness of the economical use of resources and contribute to the overall control of the departmental budget by adhering to procedures for the use and procurement of supplies.
• Manage own work load ensuring most effective use of time
• Communicate effectively at all times and maintain a harmonious working environment.
• Ensure accurate documentation and care of patients’ records.
• Assist in ensuring the availability of resources for patient care.
• Assess the needs of patients and relatives and provide them with information as requested.

Qualification, Competencies required

• Performing diagnostic imaging examinations like x rays, ultrasound, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and mammography as may be required.
• Preparation of patients for radiologic examinations by explaining the procedure, drinking water before ultrasound, removing jewelry and other articles through which x rays cannot pass, and positioning patients so that the parts of the body can be appropriately radiographed.
• Preventing unnecessary exposure to radiation, those workers and visitors surrounding the exposed area with radiation protection devices, such as lead shields, or limit the size of the x-ray beam.
• Following physicians' and radiologist orders precisely and conform to regulations concerning the use of radiation to protect themselves, their patients, and their coworkers from unnecessary exposure.
• Keeping patient records and adjusting and maintaining equipments used in the radiology department.
• Using radiation safety measures and protection devices to comply with government regulations and to ensure safety of patients and staff.
• Collaborating with other radiology technicians in designing SOPs for the department
• Collaborating with medical team members, such as physicians and nurses, to conduct angiography or special vascular procedures.
• Perform any other duties as may be required by the hospital/immediate supervisor

Qualification, Competencies required

• Have a diploma in medical imaging from KMTC.
• A higher diploma in sonography is an added advantage
• Have an experience of not less than two years in a busy centre in ultra sound
• Be registered by the radiation protection Board
• Have a current valid private practice license
• Be able to do and report ultrasounds.
• Highly experienced in radiographing covering a wide range of clinical examinations and applications.
• High level of confidentiality, discretion and trustworthiness
• Excellent listening, communication, interpersonal skills
• Ability to assess and implement highly specialist imaging procedures, adapting technique and prioritise imaging if / and when required
• A degree of physical dexterity, co-ordination and sensory skills required for positioning of or handling patients
• Attention to detail and accuracy
• Ability to adopt and to modify technique if required in difficult situations.
• Ability to juggle many priorities at one time, whilst remaining calm


Vacant Position - Laboratory in-Charge

Reporting - Medical Officer in-Charge

Liason - Medical Doctors, Clinical officers, Nurses, Radiology and Records team, Pharmacy


The position is responsible for planning, coordinating, implementing and assuming responsibility and accountability for the provision of efficient, speedy, and accurate laboratory services (tests and procedures) to assist in diagnosing, monitoring, and treating patients. It is also responsible for investigation of new procedures, and quality control of laboratory services. Under the general guidance of the Medical Officer in-charge, the incumbent will ensure compliance with all relevant regulatory guidelines, standards and protocols relating to laboratory services.


General Management
• Provide effective management to the day-to-day operations of the laboratory.
• Provide line management and professional leadership to the laboratory services team, and ensure that effective and efficient administrative support is provided for laboratory services.
• Ensure compliance with policies, operating/administrative procedures, and systems established for the laboratory.
• Ensure delivery of comprehensive and good quality laboratory services to patients by all laboratory staff.
• Ensure effective coordination with the clinical services team for effective management of patient treatment process.
• Ensure that all laboratory staff contributes to maintenance of a safe environment, comply with infection control standards, keep good sanitation, and effective management of waste disposal.
• Ensure that laboratory is supplied with adequate supplies and consumables to facilitate its service delivery effectively.
• Ensure that laboratory staffs maintain effective client service.
• Ensure that data from the laboratory is handled confidentially at all times.
• Promote initiatives that support delivery of quality laboratory services by the Hospital.
• Ensure that equipment, machines, and tools being used for laboratory services are in working and serviceable condition and are kept clean and tidy at all times.
• Facilitate regular departmental team meetings to promote communication and information sharing, discuss performance standards and compliance, staffing, monitor general trends in patient complaints and other concerns and/or developments.
• Ensure that laboratory staff understand and promote emergency and evacuation procedures in line with relevant regulations and/or requirements.
• Draw up, manage and monitor the budget for Laboratory Department in consultation with the Medical Officer in-Charge and the Administrator.
• Conduct analysis, interpret and provide reports on specimens as required by the clinical staff. Establish systems that ensure quality control/assurance and accuracy of laboratory results
• Conduct outreach laboratory services to support the Hospital’s medical outreach activities
• Promote a work environment that promotes harmonious work relationships, team work and nurture and keep a committed and highly motivated laboratory staff.
• Manage the orientation and induction of new laboratory staff.
• Maintain an effective performance management process for laboratory staff.
• Identify and deal with issues of poor performance, complaints, grievances and disciplinary
actions in accordance with the Hospital’s human resource policies and procedures.
• Foster teamwork among supervised staff and with staff from other units/departments in the Hospital.


• KSCE with a minimum grade C, Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology
• At least four (4) years’ experience in a similar position
• Registered with the Kenya Medical Laboratory Technologist and Technicians Board.
• MUST be diligent, honest and responsible
• High level of integrity and a professional attitude.
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills
• Must be a good team player
• Strong analytical skills, attention to details, and high level of accuracy.
• Demonstrated strong leadership skills and ability to maintain high morale among staff
• Good spoken and written English and Kiswahili.
• Good colour and form perception (to study blood cells, etc.)
• Working knowledge of computer application packages
• Ability to work with minimal supervision.


Vacant Position - Clinical Officer ENT

Reporting - Medical Officer in-Charge

Liason - Lab technicians, pharmacist

Job Summary – The incumbent will be responsible for providing healthcare services to ear, nose and throat patients in the hospital

Key Duties and responsibilities

• Diagnosis and treatment diseases of ear, nose, and throat
• Determine nature and extent of disorder, prescribe and/ or administer medications
• Consult with patients to determine the appropriate course of treatment
• Keep inventory and attention to proper care & maintenance of special equipment’s within the ENT Outpatient facility.
• Support specialised ENT surgical services and services delivery in the surgery department of the hospital ensuring that they meet the expected standards of quality, quantity and compliance
• Coordinate ENT surgery referral services within and within and without the hospital according to the ENT surgery services needs in collaboration with other hospital sections and departments and within the framework of the hospital and national referral policies
• Supervise ENT staff together with their services, in the ENT department of the hospital to ensure that they offer timely ENT services within the expected standards of quantity and quantity complying with the established ethics and regulations
• Ensure and coordinate continuous training and development of ENT staff for their effective and efficient performance and productivity
• Coordinate and provide ENT research and training within the ENT department of the hospital
• Offer specialised ENT surgery services’ advice to the hospital executive and other sections/departments and the general public in the appropriate media
• Work with other medical specialists to solve single or multiple medical issue (s) or perform extensive surgery, when required in the hospital
• Monitor and evaluate progress and achievement of the ENT services, research and training programs in the hospital, prepare and disseminate periodic reports appropriately.

Qualification, Competencies required

• Higher Diploma in ENT from a recognized institution
• At least three (3) years relevant experience
• Must have a valid practicing licence.
• Knowledge of relevant legislations
• Knowledge of professional standards

Interested and qualified candidates are invited to submit their cover letter and detailed CV to recruitment@postureconsulting.com, clearly stating the job you are applying for in the Email subject and current & expected Gross salary.
Closing date for application is 25th November 2017
You can also visit our website on www.postureconsulting.com

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

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