Nurses III- (120 Posts), MOH

Nurses III- (120 Posts), MOH
The Ministry of Health has extended submission of the applications of the position mentioned below from 8th may 2018 to 16th may 2018. Interested and qualified candidates are requested to make their applications by completing one application form PSC 2 (Revised 2016). The form may be down loaded from the Public Service Commission of Kenya Website Or from the Ministry of Health website
Completed PSC 2 (revised 2016) forms together with the certified copies of the applicants’ academic/professional certificates, and identity card should reach the Principal Secretary, Ministry of Health, P O. Box 30016-00100 or hand delivered in the Ministry of Health, Afya House 3rd floor room 304 on or before 16thMay 2018. Short listed Candidates shall be required to produce the original Identity Card, academic and professional certificates at the time of the interview.
V/NO 1/2018
Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable

Salary: KSh. 22,380 rising to 27,680 p.m.
House Allowance KSh. 6,750 per month
Extraneous Allowance KSh. 15,000 per month
Risk Allowance Kshs. 3,850 per month
Nursing Service Allowance KSh. 20,000 per month
Commuter KSh. 4,000 per month
Leave allowance KSh. 4,000 per year
Requirement for Appointment
For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have:
(i) A Diploma in any of the following disciplines: Kenya Registered Community Health Nursing, Kenya Registered Nursing, or Kenya Registered Nursing/Mental Health and Psychiatry from a recognized institution;
(ii) Registration Certificate issued by the Nursing Council of Kenya;
(iii) Valid practising license from Nursing Council of Kenya; and
(iv) Certificate in computer application skills from a recognized institution.
(b) Duties and Responsibilities
This is the entry and training grade for this cadre. An officer at this level will work under the guidance of a senior officer. Duties and responsibilities at this level will entail: assessing, planning, implementing nursing interventions and evaluating patient’s outcomes; providing appropriate healthcare service including Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses (IMCI), immunization, PMTCT, ante-natal care and delivery, providing health education and counselling to patients/clients and community on identified health needs; referring patients and clients appropriately; facilitating patients’ admission and initiating discharge plans; maintaining records on patient’s/clients health condition and care; ensuring a tidyand safe clinical environment; and collecting and compiling data.