Research Data Job in Nairobi, Kenya
Emergency Care for the Injured Study will be a prospective cohort design
completed at a single site in Nairobi, Kenya.
injured patients to assess the current state of HIV services delivery during
approximately 600 subjects and gather data during hospital services and after
discharge on HIV testing, linkage to HIV treatment and patient perception of
HIV program delivery during Accident and Emergency department treatments.
The results will be used to inform
future research and public health initiatives that will be designed to increase
HIV testing and treatment among populations commonly missed by conventional HIV
programming and which often only interface with health systems via Accident and
for the design of data collection and management systems, supervision of study
data collection operations, and routine data cleaning, quality control and
Coordinator and Principal Investigator.
minimal supervision and for long hours when necessary.
cohort study evaluating HIV services delivery to patients seeking emergency
care at the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) Accident and Emergency (A&E)
Database development, management and
Tabulating program data to generate
weekly and quarterly reports for the study
Ensure source documents are
safeguarded and that optimal data quality is maintained
Maintain a clean log frame of data
queries and how they have been resolved
Monitoring and evaluation of study
Oversight of data collection
modalities, including mobile technology
Data cleaning and validation
Bachelor of Science or more advanced
degree in biostatistics or related field
Experience with smart phone data
collection and programs including REDCAP™ and Open Data Kit (ODK)
Proficiency in Stata analytical
Prior research experience
Certification in Human Subjects
Protection and Good Clinical Practice
Strong analytic, organizational,
written, and verbal communication skills
Ability to work in a team environment
Ability to maintain flexible work
hours, including occasional nights and weekends, in order to interface with key
populations and international partners
Previous experience in a similar
position will be an added advantage.
English language fluency
Experience with R statistical
Skills in graphic design
six months 6 months at approximately 40 hours per week with variable work hours
application form and then email your current CV, copies of certificates and
testimonials to [email protected] not later than June 17, 2020
to the Principal Investigator AE Study.
above-mentioned qualifications or required certificates will NOT be considered.