APHRC seeks to recruit a Knowledge Management and Learning Officer who will support the Knowledge Management and Learning (KML) processes and systems at the Center. S/he will support the implementation of key knowledge management and learning initiatives to ensure the identification, creation, capture, storage, sharing and application of technical knowledge. Critical will be to leverage on good practices, and improve the effectiveness of the program portfolio on the Center’s policy and programmatic approaches.
APHRC has implemented various information systems in a bid to improve efficiency and effectiveness in the delivery of its mandate. To ensure that the information systems are safeguarding our assets, maintaining data confidentiality, integrity, and availability and operating at optimum levels, APHRC is looking for a qualified consultant to conduct vulnerability scanning, penetration testing and review of our logical security perimeter, as well as provide cybersecurity-awareness training to all APHRC employees.
APHRC seeks to recruit a Post-Doctoral Research Scientist to support the immunization research group within the Countdown to 2030 (CD2030) initiative and based in the West Africa Regional Office. The Immunization research group aims at strengthening the analysis of immunization indicators (coverage and equity) in 25 countries in sub-Saharan Africa, working with ministries of health (including EPI program staff) and academic/public health institutions. The aim is to increase analytical capacity in-country and high-quality data for annual reports published by the ministry of health to inform country (national and subnational), regional and global monitoring of progress and improving targeting of programs.
APHRC is seeking to recruit a Full Stack Software Developer for the Measurement, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Web Platform. This position will offer technical support on the MEL Web Platform through design and implementation of new modules and modification of existing ones, based on the end user’s requirements, during rollout and its operationalization.
APHRC seeks to engage a qualified and experienced consultant or firm to undertake a comprehensive review of our Business Development Unit (BDU). The goal is to create a forward-thinking, innovative, and strategic unit with a “Blue Ocean” mentality that drives resource mobilization and supports the organization’s mission and strategic aspirations.
APHRC seeks to recruit a Program Coordinator to work in its Research and Related Capacity Strengthening (RRCS) Division to support the management and coordination of APHRC’s Research Support Hub.
APHRC seeks to recruit a Research Officer based in Nairobi, to coordinate and support the immunization research group within the Countdown to 2030 (CD2030) initiative. The Immunization research group aims at strengthening the analysis of immunization indicators (coverage and equity) in 25 countries in sub-Saharan Africa, working with ministries of health (including EPI program staff) and academic/public health institutions. The aim is to increase analytical capacity in-country and high-quality data for annual reports published by the ministry of health to inform country (national and subnational), regional and global monitoring of progress and improving targeting of programs.
APHRC seeks to recruit a highly motivated and talented Post-Doctoral Research Scientist to work within the West Africa Regional Office (WARO) in Dakar. The candidate will join a growing team that develops local, national and international spatiotemporal models for environmental determinants of health, such as air pollution, climate related covariates and built environment that can be used for studies of their health effects. The ideal candidate should have strong quantitative, environmental science and epidemiology background, and is seeking experience in the application of advanced methods, such as machine learning/Artificial Intelligence and novel statistical methods in exposure science research.
APHRC is accepting applications for qualitative and quantitative field interviewers who will support in collecting high-quality data that addresses research questions ethically and within the stipulated period for a project evaluation exercise.
APHRC seeks to recruit a research consultant to work with the Policy, Engagement, and Communications team at APHRC to conduct a study on how Mbeteza can effectively incorporate evidence from APHRC and its partners, leading to notable impact on policy and programmatic decisions.
We are recruiting a Researcher to work in the Chronic Diseases Management Unit within the Research Division, mainly focusing on health systems strengthening.
APHRC seeks to recruit two (2) Researchers to work in the Chronic Diseases Management Unit within the Research Division, mainly focusing on NCDs (non- communicable diseases) research.
APHRC is looking for an experienced firm/company/organization to carry out a review, audit and redesign of the APHRC website to align to its new strategic plan, increase speed of access, improve data security and mobile responsiveness as well as search engine optimization.
APHRC seeks to recruit a Program Coordinator to support the DSWB project under the Data Science Program. S/he will plan, direct, and coordinate project activities across the different African countries.
The African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) is a leading Africa-based, African-led, international research institution headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya. APHRC conducts policy-relevant research on population, health, education, urbanization and related development issues in sub-Saharan Africa.
APHRC seeks to recruit a Government Liaison Officer to join our Program Synergy team. This is a new role arising from the implementation of the current five-year strategic plan which has, subsequently triggered tremendous growth in our programs. To contribute in strengthening our approach to Evidence-Informed Decision Making, the role will be responsible for liaising and cultivating relationships with various government agencies on behalf of the Center and support implementation of programs done in collaboration with government agencies.
We seek to recruit a Compensation and Benefits Officer. The position will be based in Nairobi and will also support HR processes in other areas in sub-Saharan Africa. S/he will be responsible for administration of compensation and managing employee wellness programs.
We are seeking to recruit a Human Resources Officer. The position will be based in Nairobi and will also support HR processes in other areas in sub-Saharan Africa.
The APHRC invites applications for Quantitative and Qualitative Field Interviewers in its Knowledge Innovation and Exchange Learning through Play (KIX-LtP) project. The endline survey of the study aims to measure the capacities of teachers on the implementation of learning through play approaches in pre-primary schools in Kajiado, Kiambu, and Nairobi Counties. It also aims to generate evidence that would contribute to the implementation of competence-based curriculum in Kenya.
APHRC seeks to recruit three (3) Policy Engagement Managers to join its Policy Engagement and Communications (PEC) Program. The three positions will be based in the PEC’s Synergy Unit – which contributes to and collaborates with researchers on translating research evidence into different formats for technical and non-academic audiences. It also positions our evidence and experts, contributing to raising the profile of the Center.
APHRC seeks to recruit a consultant to lead a feasibility study to assess the readiness to establish biobanking of patient samples from selected health facilities in Uganda and Kenya. The Initial contract period will be 6 months with a possibility of extension based on performance and
additional activities to undertake.
The consultant will provide overall project management for a feasibility study with the following specific tasks; obtain ethical approvals, recruit a study team and supervise study activities.
APHRC is accepting applications for both Qualitative and Quantitative Field Interviewers for its AfriFOODlinks Project. The project will be carrying out a mixed methods cross-sectional study involving collection of both quantitative and qualitative data in Kisumu in the course of October and November 2023.
APHRC seeks to engage a consultant to design an interactive and visually appealing version of three courses in English and French on its Moodle (Virtual Academy Platform) for a period of two months.
Through the INSPIRE Learning Health System (LHS) project, we welcome applications from HDSS sites and Longitudinal Population Cohorts (LPCs) that would like to build a niche or innovate within their sites. We are particularly interested in proposals that are;
• Technologically innovative
• Scalable, replicable and sustainable
• Community driven and inclusive
APHRC seeks to recruit three consultants to support research on Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (ASRH).The consultants are expected to conduct desk-based research to understand key drivers of the changes observed in Benin, Nepal and Peru countries, including changes in policies, and to draw out lessons for multi-sectoral action including youth engagement to improve Adolescent SRH outcomes. Each consultant will focus on one country.
APHRC seeks to recruit five (5) Research Officers to work within the Human Development (HD) Theme of the Research Division. The HD theme research work focuses on education, youth empowerment, and early childhood development. One position will be based in Garissa county while another will be based in Turkana county.