1.RADIOGRAPHER (1 POST)

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES :-
  • 1. Use x-rays, ultrasound, MRI and other forms of imaging technology to examine patients.
  • 2. Assess patients and their clinical requirements to work out which radiographic techniques to use
  • 3. Perform a range of radiographic examinations on patients to produce high-quality images
  • 4. Manage referrals to ensure patients receive a radiation dose as low as reasonably possible
  • 5. Help in more complex radiological examinations, working with doctors such as radiologists and surgeons
  • 6. Provide support and reassurance to patients, taking into account their physical and psychological needs
  • 7. Supervise radiography and imaging support assistants
  • 8. Keep up to date with health and safety guidelines, including ionising radiation regulations, to protect yourself and others
  • 9. Record the patients’ personal information in the patients register and ensure that the register is well kept.
  • 10. Write examination reports and forward to the radiologists
  • 11. Supervise visiting staff and patients in radiation work areas
  • 12. Take responsibility for radiation safety in your work area, including checking equipment for malfunctions and errors
Requirements:-
  • 1. Diploma in Medical Imaging Sciences.
  • 2. Registration by the Kenya Radiation Protection Board.
  • 3. Three (3) years’ experience as a Radiographer
  • 4. Ability to handle MRI.
  • 5. Good public relations, communication, customer care and interpersonal skills.
  • 6. Ability to work in flexible shifts
How to Apply
  • Suitable candidates who meet the above requirements should submit their applications, detailed CVs and academic documents before 20th April 2019 to: jobs@stlukesorthopaedics.com
  • Hard copies will not be accepted and only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted. St. Luke’s Orthopaedic and Trauma Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

2.RESOURCE MOBILIZATION OFFICER(1 POST)

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:-
  • 1. Registration of the St. Luke’s Bone & Joint Foundation in accordance with the Kenyan law.
  • 2. Developing, implementing and monitoring fundraising proposals and strategies
  • 3. Approaching and raising funds from companies, trusts, partners/donors, Banks and foundations within Kenya and abroad;
  • 4. Estimating budget and creating a financial plan.
  • 5. Implementation of the foundation’s objectives by offering technical expertise, preparing reports and communicating the repotrs to the managemnet and sponsors/donors.
  • 6. Sensitizing and training teammembers on fundarising, management, monitoring and evaluation of the B & J Foundation’s objectives.
  • 7. Sourcing and soliciting for donations and sponsors for the B & J Foundation in liaison with the management.
  • 8. Preparation of MoUs and Contracts between the Foundation and the sponsors or donors.
  • 9. Ensuring all the foundation stakeholders and partners receive appropriate and timely reports and updates
  • 10. Establish and maintain strong relations with a portfolio of donors as a foundation for resource mobilization efforts
  • 11. Organize briefings, meetings, visits and events with current and prospective donors, coordinate programmatic and logistical arrangements, draft reports and set action plans for follow-up
Requirements:-
  • 1. Degree in relevant field from a recognised institution.
  • 2. 3 years. experience and demonstrable success in resource mobilization
  • 3. Ability to work with donors as well as manage and build strategic donor relations; sound understanding of the donor financing landscape and processes
  • 4. Results-oriented, accountable, proactive and able to work with a wide range of stakeholders
  • 5. Ability to work effectively within multi-disciplinary teams
  • 6. Excellent written communication skills
  • 7. Results-oriented and accountable
How to Apply
  • Suitable candidates who meet the above requirements should submit their applications, detailed CVs and academic documents before 20th April 2019 to: jobs@stlukesorthopaedics.com
  • Hard copies will not be accepted and only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted. St. Luke’s Orthopaedic and Trauma Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

3.RCO Anesthetist (1 POST)

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:-
  • 1. Meet patients before their procedure to conduct pre-operative examinations and evaluate them to formulate an adequate anesthetic plan.
  • 2. Determine appropriate anaesthetic or sedation for patient based on pre-operative examination and prior medical history.
  • 3. Explain anaesthetic process to patients and re-assure them before they are led into the operating theatre under your supervision.
  • 4. Manage and administer appropriate type of anaesthesia to patients during surgical procedures.
  • 5. Position patients on operating tables, ensure they are warm and comfortable.
  • 6. Provide anesthetic care for surgical operations, before, during and after the operation.
  • 7. Ensure all medication equipment and supplies required for anaesthesia are ordered in good time.
  • 8. Monitor and manage conditions of patients before, during, and after anesthesia to look out for adverse reactions.
  • 9. Work co-operatively and communicate with other medical professionals, including surgeons and theatre nurses, technicians to determine care plans and provide high-quality patient care.
  • 10. Ensure the anaesthetic machine and operating table are well maintained and report any fault, need for repair or maintenance in good time.
  • 11. Bill patients for all the services offered.
  • 12. Ensure proper documentation of patients’ information.
Requirements:-
  • 1. Higher diploma in clinical medicine and surgery anesthesia from a recognized institution.
  • 2. Diploma in Clinical Medicine and Surgery from a recognized institution
  • 3. Certificate of registration and Valid practicing license from the Clinical Officers Council
  • 4. Good interpersonal and communication skills
How to Apply
  • Suitable candidates who meet the above requirements should submit their applications, detailed CVs and academic documents before 20th April 2019 to: jobs@stlukesorthopaedics.com
  • Hard copies will not be accepted and only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted. St. Luke’s Orthopaedic and Trauma Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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