APHRC is committed to generating an Africa-led and Africa-owned body of evidence to inform decision making for an effective and sustainable response to the most critical challenges facing the continent.
POLICY ENGAGEMENT COMMUNICATION
We seek to recruit a Virtual Academy Coordinator to support the effective use of technology in learning, the related infrastructure and help-desk systems that comprise our virtual learning environment.
We are seeking to recruit a Program Assistant to provide administrative, coordination, and logistical support to the Training Unit within our Research and Related Capacity Strengthening (RRCS) Division.
The Challenging the Politics of Social Exclusion (CPSE) project is planning to conduct data collection on the lived experiences of pregnant and parenting adolescents and is seeking to have a counsellor who can provide psychosocial support to participants and enumerators who may experience distress given the sensitive nature of the topic
The APHRC is seeking to recruit a safeguarding consultant. The safeguarding consultant will be required to develop a safeguarding protocol expected to be adopted by the various Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) in the country.
APHRC is considering engaging a mobile game development studio to design a digital version of the Mbeteza board game.
The APHRC invites applications for Qualitative and Quantitative Field Interviewers in one of its project that aims to strengthen capacity for play-based learning. The project will be implemented in the following areas:
• Kiambu County – Limuru sub-county
• Kajiado County – Kajiado Central sub-county
• Nairobi County – Embakasi sub-county
We are looking to engage an Intern in our Finance Unit to assist with administrative and other Finance-related tasks for an initial period of three months.
We are seeking to recruit a Research Officer with expertise in early childhood to work in our Early Childhood Development (ECD) Unit.
The APHRC invites applications for Qualitative and Quantitative Field Interviewers in a study that aims to evaluate the status of handwashing practices in Kenya, and design handwashing facilities that will be managed and maintained by community members in low income areas within Nairobi, Nakuru, Mombasa and Kisumu.
We seek to recruit a Policy and Advocacy Officer to work in our Human Development Theme (HDT). S/he will report to the HDT Lead, while working closely with the Advocacy and Knowledge Translation team at APHRC. The Policy and Advocacy Officer will also work closely with local community leaders, youth/education/early childhood development (ECD) networks, national parliaments, government officers, sub-national government officers, Civil Society Organizations, funders, UN agencies, and regional economic groups such as EAC, EALA, SADC PF and ECOWAS/WAHO, among others.
APHRC seeks to recruit six Researchers to work within our Human Development Theme. Successful candidates may be appointed at postdoctoral (0-2 years after PhD), Associate Research Scientist (3-5 years after PhD), Research Scientist (6-11 years after PhD) or Senior Research Scientist (12+ years after PhD) levels depending on experience and track record.
The APHRC invites applications for Qualitative Field Interviewers to conduct interviews and focus group discussions with adolescents and their parents as well as other stakeholders in Korogocho.
We are seeking an experienced C#, .NET MVC/entity frameworks developer who will be responsible for developing and supporting existing applications.
We are looking to engage an Intern in our IT Unit to learn and work closely with the team for an initial period of three months.
We are recruiting a Post-Doctoral Research Scientist to contribute to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) work in our Population Dynamics and Urbanization in Africa Theme.
APHRC seeks to recruit two Data Scientists for the INSPIRE Platform for Evaluation and Analysis of COVID-19 Harmonized (PEACH) data project. The Data Scientist will be primarily responsible for defining data specifications needed for COVID-19 data and metadata including alternative data sources. The ideal candidate would have worked with health data (preferably longitudinal health data), has experience with health and demographic surveillance systems (HDSS).
The Multimorbidity in Africa: Digital Innovation, Visualisation and Application (MADIVA) research hub—funded by the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH’s)new Harnessing Data Science for Health Discovery and Innovation in Africa (DS-I Africa) program—addresses the complex interplay, individual and public health challenges, and rising prevalence of multimorbidity in Africa through data science.
The objective for fellows is to undertake research during the tenure of the award. The projects should not be a reworking or mere extension of the candidates’ doctoral research project. In addition: the selected candidates are expected to have a team spirit and participate in the scientific activities of MADIVA.
The purpose of this consultancy is to develop content for inclusion within the Community of Practise (CoP) manual on childhood disability (both physical and learning disabilities).The CoP intervention manual provides a guide to implementing a programme to enable community volunteers and workers to support those running and working in childcare centres (centre providers), particularly informal centres in urban poor neighbourhoods.
The APHRC seeks to recruit a Research Officer to support work in the African Research Culture project.
The APHRC invites applications for Qualitative and Quantitative Field Interviewers in its Gender and Education project. The study will take place in 10 counties namely Busia, Garissa, Mandera, Marsabit, Tana River, Turkana, Samburu, Wajir, Nairobi, and West Pokot.
We are seeking to recruit a Program Administrative Assistant to provide administrative support to our Health and Wellbeing Program within the Research Division.
The APHRC invites applications for HIV Testing Services (HTS) Counsellor to provide HTS services for the DREAMS Impact Evaluation II Study in Korogocho and Viwandani.
The APHRC invites applications for Laboratory technologists to carry out laboratory procedures for the DREAMS Impact Evaluation II Study in Korogocho and Viwandani.
APHRC is seeking the services of a professional and highly experienced Political Economy Analyst (PEA). The consultant will identify the critical actors or agents, structures, and institutions that influence gender mainstreaming in basic education in Kenya.
We seek to recruit a Human Resources Officer to support the day-to-day activities of our Human Resources unit in order for HR operations to run smoothly. The position will be based at the regional office in Dakar and will also support HR processes in other areas in sub-Saharan Africa.