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Program description: The Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) in collaboration with Liverpool school of Tropical medicine (LSTM) and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention seek to recruit a highly motivated and pro-active individual to fill in the following vacancy in the Start for all TB diagnostic study within TB Division.
The study aims at evaluating the performance of selected TB diagnostic tests. The incumbent will report to the study coordinator and will be responsible identifying, consenting recruitment, follow up and retention of eligible study participants.
|VACANCY NUMBER||POSITION||DESCRIPTION||VACANCY OPENING DATE||VACANCY CLOSING DATE||DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT|
|CGHR/355/04/23||Clerical Officer (Community Interviewer)||Reporting to the study coordinator the field technician will be responsible for consenting, follow up|
and retention of study participants. S/he must be flexible and work within the existing structure, in a
professional and ethical manner with competence, accountability and integrity
|April 25, 2023||May 16, 2023||Job Description|